Lost in Yonkers - Cast

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  Cast Of Characters
Jay
......
Jason Lockhart
Arty
...... Joel Rosenthal
Eddie
...... John Clement
Bella ...... Rebecca Silberman
Grandma Kumitz ...... Marilyn Bemey
Louie ...... Brian Robert Harris
Gert ...... Chrissy Cawley
     
Production Staff
Director
......
Sherman Wayne
Producers
...... Martha Hunter, Pat Perkins
Stage Manager ...... John Clement
Set Design ...... Sherman Wayne
Lighting Design ...... Dennis Owens
Costume Design ...... June Lissandrello
Sound Design ...... Bill Prachar
Poster Design ...... Joanne Reich
Props ...... Martha Hunter, Dennis Owens, Pat Perkins, Sherman Wayne
Scenic Artist ...... Joanne Reich
Lighting & Sound Operators ...... Andy Frew, Dennis Owens
Set Construction & Painting
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Paul Boyle, Chrissy Cawley, Shirley Churgin. John Clement, Cindy Dellinger, Gloria Depiante, Brian Harris, Barbara Heller, Ross Hoagland, Arnold Hofer, Sigrid Hofer, Dieter Holberg, Martha Hunter. Stan Kamin, Rich Little, Jason Lockhart, Bill Minderhout, Dennis Owens, Pat Perkins, Joanne Reich, Rebecca Silberman, David Rosenthal, Joel Rosenthal, Caprice Solso, Sherman Wayne

Auditions ...... Shirley Churgin, Martha Hunter, Babs Lebowsky, Pat Perkins
Publicity ...... Pam Sommer
Photography ...... Bill Prachar, Martha Hunter. Jason Lockhart
Program Design ...... Manfred Hofer/Pacific Palisades Post
Program Production ...... Pacific Palisades Post
Program Advertising ...... Eva Holberg
Mailing ...... Sigrid Hofer
Poster Distribution ...... Eva Holberg, George Lissandrello
Box Office Manager ...... Diane Grant Feltham
House Managers ...... Shirley Churgin, Gloria Depiante, Sylvia Grieb, Sigrid & Arnold Hofer, Eva Holberg, Jaimie Keppel, Naomi Nedelman & Phil Gould, Pat Perkins
Opening Night Reception ...... Martha Hunter
Special Thanks ...... Debra Swihart, costumer for Marilyn Bemey Cindie Wright-Banks, Isabel Kayser, Kevan Kinderman, Richard Littlestone and Dave Scicrson for incidental props, The Rosenthal Family (David. Betsy, Sarah & Adam) for Joel's transportation, Westchester Playhouse (Kentwood Players) for additional set pieces, Marilyn Berney and Isabel Kayser for feeding the "build days" crew.
Website ......

Brad Weis

 

Director's Notes

Marvin Neil Simon first published Lost in Yonkers in the United States in 1991. The play, like many Simon plays, draws on his experiences growing up in New York City, although many critics think it is not as autobiographical as his other plays. I.ost in Yonkers was a critical and popular success and led to a film adaptation in 1993. Although many of Simon's plays had won major awards before this. Lost in Yonkers was the first Simon play to win the Pulitzer Prize. Many critics consider the play to be Simon's best work and the pinnacle of his career.

- Sherman Wayne

 

 

 

 
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