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April and May, 1996
Chamber Hall, Anderson Center, Binghamton University, Harpur College, State University of New York; Binghamton, New York, United States
Normally the authors of a play derived from one of the great masters would give credit to the original author, in this case, Moliere. Dunlop and Dale, however, with admirable candor, call this inventive comic madness "a long way off from Moliere." Re-set in Naples, but with the mischievous servant Scapino still at the center of things, the play not only drew rave reviews from every critic on Broadway, but it was a major hit on Nanticoke, as well. An inspired production at the Cider Mill Playhouse during the first Winter/Spring season there in 1978 remains a happy memory for those privileged to have seen it. Now, we're happy to report, it's coming back!! With all its madcap energy intact.
Joe Somodi; T. “Fatty” McCartan; Jon Valuckas; Debbie Jaffe; Matthew Neverusky; Joe Moniaci; Chris Nacinovich; Mitch Tiffany; Monica Read; Joanna Sobel; Austin Marolla; Chris Silva; Timothy Downey; Valdete Mulosmanaj
Joanna Schifter; Svetlana Finelt; Cheyenne Bowes; Donald W. Guido; Qiang Hua Wang; Fred Weiss; Craig Saeger; Mary Faughnan; Andrew Bennett; Danielle Castronovo; Erica Cangin; Maxwell W. Ginty; Elaine Kelly; Stephen Loch; Carl Luckert; Brian Monthie; Mike Ritter; Dave Siegel; Adrienne Sobel; Joe Vaughan; Renee Walluk; Sara Andrade; Melissa Szymanski; Kathleen Brown; Yaureli Colon; Tim Downey; Amy Durant; Jim Fowler; Beren Ornstein; Thea McCartan; Monica Read; Amy Schneider; Adam Scally; Aubrey Weibel; Lara Brainard; Marc Solomon; Rebecca Smithmeyer; Josh Zamrycki; William T. Hemmerick III; Dale Knoth; Jennifer V. Margiotta; Members of Sound Design 189D
Special thanks to Peter’s Optical, Marjorie Smith, Leyat Tropen, Elaine Kelly, Ray Tuttle, James Graham, Ben Bams, Jon Valuckas, JEB, Svetlana Finelt, Portobello’s, Mark Conlon, Jenene Fusco, David Skyrca and the University Publications Office. Matching grants for Theatre Scholarships are provided by Grady Whittenburg.
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