Past Shows


Other Desert Cities

 by Jon Robin Baitz 

Directed by Phil Markella

Winner of Five Tony Awards, including Best Play, Best Actress, and Best Featured Actress and 2012 finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for drama.

Production dates:

May 10th, 11th, 18th at 8pm and a matinee the 19th at 3PM.


Alison Hutchinson: Polly Wyeth

Eric Joseph: Lyman Wyeth

Sims McCormick: Brooke Wyeth

Sharon Evans: Silda Graumann

Jeff Ruel: Trip Wyeth

Production Team

Director: Phil Markella

Stage Manager: Tara Brennan and Tricia McGrath 

Producers: Ricki Bowser and Matt Sherman

Set Designer/Construction: Ricki Bowser

Light/Sound Design: TBD

Webmaster: Paul McCuen. 


Inherit The Wind, 2019

Directed by: Michael Pevzner and  Matthew Sherman 

Production dates  

February 15, 16, 22, 23 @ 8:00pm

February 17 @ 3:00pm

“Inherit the Wind,” by Jerome Lawrence & Robert E. Lee. Prize-winning courtroom drama based on the Scopes “monkey trial” of 1925 when a schoolteacher was put on trial for breaking a Tennessee law banning the teaching of Darwin’s theory of evolution. Two giants of the legal realm, Clarence Darrow and William Jennings Bryan were brought in to argue the case. "Inherit the Wind" brilliantly dramatizes this courtroom clash of ideas and ideals: science vs literal biblical teachings on the origin of mankind.  It's a clash that continues today. 


Brady - Russell Snow 

Drummond - Paul McCarthy 

Hornbeck - Nat Budd 

Rev. Brown - Eric Joseph 

Bert Cates - Edward Fuller 

Rachel Brown - Megan Sullivan 

Mrs. Brady - Jean Cohen 

Davenport - Brian Cosgrove 

Judge - Joseph O'Connor 

Mayor - Ted Lillys 

Meeker - John Cooke 

Elijah - Russ Smith 

Mrs. Krebs - Stacey Shanahan

Corkin/Esterbrook - Nick Killian 

Mr. Bannister - Alex Pevzner 

Mrs. McLain - Karen Champney 

Mrs. Blair - Marie Miller 

Sillers - Stephen Doherty 

Reuters Reporter - Kellie Sullivan

Adult Ensemble 

Joan Paquette, Nicole Zanetti

Youth Ensemble 

Alyssa Budd, Iris Pevzner, Zoe Zanetti, Thalia Shanahan


The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, 2018

Directed by:  Deanna Lohnes  

Produced by: Ricki Bowser

Stage Managed by: Matthew Sherman


Saturday, October 20th, 8 PM

Sunday, October 21st, 3 PM matinee

Friday, October 26th, 8 PM

Saturday, October 27th, 8 PM

First Parish Church, 842 Tremont St, Duxbury, Massachusetts 

The story: 15-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain: He is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. He has never ventured alone beyond the end of his road, he detests being touched, and he distrusts strangers. Now it is 7 minutes after midnight, and Christopher stands beside his neighbor’s dead dog, Wellington, who has been speared with a garden fork. Finding himself under suspicion, Christopher is determined to solve the mystery of who murdered Wellington, and he carefully records each fact of the crime. But his detective work, forbidden by his father, takes him on a thrilling journey that upturns his world. 

The Cast 

Christopher Boone - Bruno Barbuto

Siobhan - Janna Saad

Ed Boone - Bobby Genereau

Judy Boone - Margaret O'Brien

Voice #1 - Caitlin Sullivan

Voice #2 - Nick Killian

Voice #3 - Michael Zammito

Voice #4 - Bruce Kantor

Voice #5 - Christine Booth

Voice #6 - Beth Morrell

That Depends, Directed by: Marianne Withington, Philip Markella, 2018

an original musical comedy
by Marianne Withington

Cat: Eve Montague

Seemore: Paul McCuen

Solly: Bill Driscoll

Ami: Sheila Kelleher

Nancy: Kasey Bishoff

Magic Mack: Ed Dowling

Lenny: Sean MacIsaac

Gladys/Roxie: Judy Yancey

Officer Mills: James Sullivan

Bugs: Himself 
Chorus:Marie Miller

Chuck Capone

Maura Troiano

Marnie Almirall

Production Staff
Philip Markella - Stage Director
Marianne Withington - Music Director
Sara Freedman - Stage Manager 


Over the River and Through The Woods, Directed by: Michael Pevzner, 2018


Elizabeth Lovley (Caitlin)

Curtis Bellafiore (Nick)

Bob Pietrzak (Frank)

Beth Morrell (Aida)

Nancy Semcken (Emma)

Michael Damiano (Nunzio)

Production Staff

Mike Pevzner (director)

Stephanie Baker (stage manager)

Ricki Bowser (producer


Lovers and Other Strangers, Directed by: Michael Pevzner, 2017



Brenda & Jerry – Karin Henderson & Eric Henderson

Mike & Susan – Jeffrey Ruel & Corinne Manning

Johnny & Wilma – Ted Lillys & Laura Howerton

Hal & Cathy – Ed Krasnow & Karin Henderson

Bea, Frank, Richie & Joan – Nancy Haywood-Semcken & Philip Hebert - Jeffrey Ruel & Malorie Savran

Production Team
Director:  Michael Pevzner
Producer: Ricki Bowser
Stage Manager:  Stephanie Baker