Murder's Bad but Monday can Kill You
Written by Pat Cook
Produced by special arrangement with Dramatic Publishing
Shows (Evenings at 7:30pm):
Thu. 7/1 - Sat. 7/3, Wed. 7/7 - Sat. 7/10, Wed. 7/14 - Sat. 7/17
Harry's back! That's right, Harry Monday, that Sam Spade wannabe
in the trench coat and gumshoes, is hot and on his latest case.
Does he know what he's doing? Who knows? Is he over his head?
Of course. Especially when its a triple homicide
at the Restful Glen Psychiatric Annex. Only after he arrives
does he find out that its one guy with three personalities.
Who killed Jeffrey Stadtlander? Was it the congressman who,
in a crisis, becomes Edgar Allan Poe? Or maybe it was the
librarian who runs hot and cold? Or what about the mailman
who has more personalities than he ever had on his route?
"Clues are falling like cigarettes in the boys' bathroom,"
he says as he soon finds himself committed and not just to
the case. This wise-cracking whodunit will have you guessing
until the final red herring or perhaps Harry's goose is cooked.
|Harry Monday||Adam Cunningham|
|Dr. June Heidleburg||Judith Mathison |
|Officer Brogan||Walt Levering|
|Maxwell Lansing||Jeff Maclay|
|Clarence Vespers||Nellson Moore|
|Kathren Halifax||Raquel Aronhime|
|Polly Boone||Ginger Pierce|
|Cynthia Andover||Vivian Jordan|
|Sigmund Spence||Bob Carmody|
|Diane Tyler||Krista Cheney|
|Lighting/Sound Operator||Tim Schein|
is happy to be back this season for a second show with WFP, and is enjoying playing
a slightly more mischievious character. Since moving to Burlington from the DC area in 2001,
she has performed with both the Stowe Theatre Guild and Burlington's Theatre on a Shoestring.
Raquel lives in Burlington with her supportive and loving hubby and line-study partner, Scott,
and two wonderful lunatics of their own, Eva (7) and Sammy (4).
previously appeared as Merv Kant in "The Sisters Rosenzweig". He also presented Thor in Stowe Theater's
"Mornings at Seven" and was in Shellburne Players, "The Rainmaker" as the Sheriff, Partridge in
"Tom Jones", Nonno in "Night of the Iguana", Arnold in "A Thousand Clowns" and Roy in the
"Odd Couple". Bob resides in Charlotte with his lovely wife Mary and daughter Tori, Willow
the dog and Whacko the cat
is a native Vermonter and lives in St. George with her dog, Weasel Bean. She has dabbled in theatre for
the past ten years, performing with the Essex Players, Lamoille County Players, Shelburne Players,
and Valley Players. Krista is a fine-art photographer, dressage rider, and baker of thoroughly evil
desserts. She enjoys camping, kayaking, and hiking with Weasel, and they are currently working on
hiking the Long Trail end-to-end in sections. Only 160 miles to go!
is making his third appearance with the WFP. Last summer he played Lawrence Garfinkle in WFP's Other
People's Money. Prior to that in Wait Until Dark as Mike Talman. He also played Richard Roma in
Burlington Waterfront's production of Glengarry Glen Ross and Saul Kimmer in Vermont Stage's production
of True West. He has also appeared in several local TV commercials. Favorite roles from his New York
days include the title role in Richard III, Claudius in Hamlet, Tony Raft in Beautiful City, Bradley
in Buried Child, Jake in A Lie of the Mind, King Henry VIII in A Man for All Seasons, Jack Worthing
in The Importance of Being Earnest, Norman in Round and Round the Garden, Leonard Vole in Witness for
the Prosecution, Hal in Loot and Vince Fontaine in Grease.
lives in Hinesburg and is mega-happy to be back on the WFP stage, having portrayed
Ana last summer in The Clean House. Over the decades, she has performed in theatres
in NJ, NYC and VT; favorite roles (besides Ana, of course) include Martha in
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Evy in The Gingerbread Lady and Sr. Mary in
Sr. Mary Ignatius Explains it All for You. "Playing an inmate is like going home. What fun!"
has played many roles over the past ten years. In addition to his WFP credits he has played Officer
Welch in "Rumors" to Lord Bedford in "Henry V."
He has played with Stowe Theatre Guild, Vermont Stage Company, Lost Nation Theater, Lamoille
County Players, and UVM Productions. Film credits include "Pressure Point"; "Moving Targets";
"Automatism" and "The Pursuit of Happiness" and the recently released "Disappearances". Walt founded
The Windjammer Restaurant and Best Western Hotel and Conference Center in South Burlington, VT.
is happy to be here at WFP for his fourth show in three years. He is a recent graduate from
Johnson State College and has great aspirations toward owning his very own underwater squirrel farm.
is pleased to be with WFP for the first time as Dr. June Heidelberg. She played Mrs. Robinson
in Stowe Theatre's Guild's "The Graduate" and Blanche in Lamoille County Player's "Brighton
Beach Memoirs" and appeared in "Jake's Women". Prior to this she was in a rock/blues band for
ten years. (To my mom, who passed away before Christmas, this one's for you. :) )
played Bill Coles in WFP's production of Other Peoples Money last season and is thrilled to be
back. Before moving to Vermont from N.Y.C. Nellson played roles as varied as Petya Trofimov
in Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard, Cecil Graham in Wilde's Lady Windermere's Fan & Robert in
Sondheim's Company. Nellson's radio show Moore Music A-Z on WMRW-LP Warren 95.1FM streams
live on the internet every Saturday morning from 9am-11am. He and his partner Jim are the
proud parents of 2 sons, 3 cats, 2 guinea pigs, a dog and a parakeet.
is happy to be back for another year. The kids are growing up and leaving the house, so there should
be more time for theater right? Why doesn't it seem to work out that way?
opens her fifth season on the WFP stage. She is happy to once again be allowed
to work and play with wonderful actors. Off stage she likes playing with
stained glass, water colors, and growing things - plant or animal. Thanks
and love to husband George who got her into this looney bin in the first place.
is from Monkton, Vermont. She has worked on many shows in many theaters, including the Goodspeed Opera
House, North Shore Music Theater, and the Breadloaf School of English. Her previous designs include the
world premier of My Ohio with Vermont Stage Company, No End of Blame (PTP/NYC), The Five Hysterical Girls
Theorem, In the Blood, In a Pig's Valise, Vampire (Middlebury College), and associate design for The
Bewitched (Middlebury College). This is her second summer as the season costume designer with the
Waterbury Festival Players.