Early One Evening at
the Rainbow Grill

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  Cast Of Characters (in order of appearance)
Shep
......
Quinn Gonzales
Roy
...... Lewis Hauser
Willy
...... Stephen Knight
Bullard ...... George Lissandrello
Shirley ...... Mary Dryden
Virginia ...... Kimshelly Garner
Joe ...... Michael Macready
     
Production Staff
Director
......
Michael Macready
Producer
...... Cindy Dellinger
Stage Manager   Karin Huebner
Set Design ...... Sherman Wayne
Lighting Design ...... Andrew Frew, Sherman Wayne
Costume Design ...... Sherry Coon
Sound Design ...... Bill Prachar
Poster Design ...... Joanne Reich
Props ...... Dennis Owens
Scenic Artists ...... Joanne Reich, Harold Tuchyner
Lighting & Sound Operators ...... Andrew Frew, Sherry Coon, Dennis Owens
Set Construction & Painting ...... Sherman Wayne, Bill Minderhout, Dennis Owens, Shirley Churgin, Kimshelly Garner, Joe Lessard, MJ Lory, Kathy Gooley, Harry Pappas, Mike Macready
Auditions ...... Babs Warden Lebowsky, Harold Hart, Stephen Peirick, Sherry Coon, Shirley Churgin, Martha Hunter, Wendy Levy
Publicity ...... Pam Sommer
Photography ...... Sean Spence
Program Design ...... Manfred Hofer
Program Production
...... Pacific Palisades Post
Program Advertising
...... Eva Holberg
Mailing ...... Sigrid Hofer
Poster Distribution ...... Eva Holberg, Martha Hunter, George Lissandrello
Box Office Manager ...... Diane Grant Feltham
House Managers ...... Eva Holberg, Sigrid and Arnold Hofer, Pat Perkins, Sylvia Grieb, Shirley Churgin, Gloria Depiante, Martha Hunter, Jaimie Keppel, Naomi Nedelman & Phil Gould, Mary Cole
Opening Night Reception ...... Board of Theatre Palisades
     
Director's Notes:

Early One Evening at the Rainbow Bar and Grille was given to me to read by Sherman Wayne a year ago. It's a complicated piece and not well known; it was first produced at the Harold Prince Theatre, University of Pennsylvania in December of 1986. I fell in love with the characters (though some of them do some pretty awful things), the setting and the message, which I believe is most timely in lieu of global warming and how man has abused himself and our beautiful planet. All members of the cast have worked at T/P before except Stephen Knight, who has adapted quickly and is a strong addition to this fine cast. Karin Huebner, our stage manager (who is also my tennis instructor) always brings such enthusiasm and passion to her job. Cindy Dellinger, my producer, is on her 10th production with me and as always keeps me on target and focused. I'm grateful as always for talents of the production/design team: Sherry Coon, Andy Frew, Dennis Owens, Bill Prachar, Joanne Reich and Sherman Wayne. We all hope you enjoy your evening at the Rainbow Bar and Grill.

 

 

 

 
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