The Waterbury Festival Playhouse -- Central Vermont's only Semi-Professional Theater
Directed by George Pierce
Written by Kenny Finkle
Produced by special arrangement with Broadway Publishing
Shows (Evenings at 7:30pm, Matinees at 2:00pm):
Wed. 8/20 - Sat. 8/23, Wed. 8/27 - Sat. 8/30, Wed. 9/3 - Sat. 9/6
Matinee Sun. 8/31
"Genuine kindness 'the type that isn't coated in mawkishness
or undercut with irony' is about as rare in the theater as a
talking cat. Kenny Finkle's INDOOR/OUTDOOR has both.
Öit's the improbable story of a kitten who follows the path of
so many heroes by leaving home to find herself. It is also a
clever, big-hearted comedy that makes it easy to feel good.
Finkle gives his central characters rich detail, letting comedy
arise naturally from their interactions. More than making jokes,
he's crafting a story.
INDOOR/OUTDOOR is less about cats than about glorious, permanent love."
Mark Blankenship, Variety
Due to the nature of this show, the Waterbury Festival Players will
be making a special donation to the North Country Animal League.
* * * Caution: Bringing children to this play may cause them to want kittens. * * *
|Asst. Director||Krista Cheney|
lives in Morrisville and is a director of the Peoples Academy Stage Company, where he
and his cast recently performed JM Synge's "Riders to the Sea" at The Vermont State
Drama Festival. In an effort to drown himself in the arts he also works for The
Governor's Institute on the Arts and has recently joined the River Arts board of
trustees. He would like to dedicate this performance to his Grandmother, Beverly,
because she has always supported him and is a true "cat person".
I'm really more of a dog person actually. This show of course features my favorite
little kitty cat. Yes I'm a bit of a sap, and I like this kind of show. If this show
doesn't touch your heart then you may want to have it checked out. I hope you enjoy it.
adopted two cats from the animal shelter and is certain that she was a cat in a previous life.
She feels ready to crawl into Samantha's skin - uh fur. Ginger has been performing for years
in the central Vermont area. She would like to dedicate this show to the memory of Sundance,
her one true feline love.
appeared at WFP last summer as Dr. Framingham in Beyond Therapy, is the director of theatre
at Kent School in Connecticut. He holds a masters degree in theatre from Northwestern University, and has
summered in Vermont for many years, including working at Dorset Theatre Festival and relaxing
at his house in Morrisville. There, the only cats he deals with are interlopers from
Marcelís studentís house next door.
has been able to commune with the animal kingdom since before she could walk, and of all
the languages she is fluent in, cat has always stood out as the most complex. She would like
to thank all her human companions for their patience and support while she finds her true calling,
and all her feline companions for not giving up on her. Enjoy the show!