Written by Paul Slade Smith
Produced by special arrangement with Playscripts
Shows (Evenings at 7:30pm):
Thu. 8/12 - Sat. 8/14, Wed. 8/18 - Sat. 8/21, Wed. 8/25 - Sat. 8/28
Two cops. Three crooks. Eight doors. Go. In a cheap motel room,
an embezzling mayor is supposed to meet with his female accountant,
while in the room next-door, two undercover cops wait to catch
the meeting on videotape. But there's some confusion as to who's
in which room, who's being videotaped, who's taken the money,
who's hired a hit man, and why the accountant keeps taking off
|Eric Sheridan||Geoffrey Stewart|
|Billie Dwyer||Cael Barkman|
|Karen Brown||Teresa Langston|
|Mayor Meekly||Nellson Moore|
|Agent Frank||David Lagala|
|Mary Meekly||Louise J. Mueller|
|Asst. Director||Kathy Barickman|
|Lighting/Sound Operator||Conner Goss|
is originally from New York where she studied theater arts before moving to Florida to
work in professional theater. She now lives in the ever tropical Islands of Vermont and
moonlights as a massage therapist.Her recent work in VT has been a mix of theater and
film-two of which were Festival worthy. Her favorite shows include, but are not limited
to, One Flew over the Cukoos Nest, Fool for Love, Laramie Project and Lobby Heroes.
Being back here is a blast! Nothing is impossible.
caught the bug from her father and was active in theater through high school and college (and she's not
saying how long ago that was!). She moved from upstate New York to Warren in 1996 and wasted no time
joining the Valley Players and stage managing "Once Upon a Mattress", followed by many others over the
years, including "The Wizard of Oz", "Annie", "out of Order" and "The Mystery of Edwin Drood", with
even a few wanderings out onstage. Kathy lives in Underhill with her husband, Jake, and their menagerie.
This is her first production with WFP.
is originally from Didcot, England and is delighted to be returning to the Waterbury Festival after
appearing here last year in Leading Ladies. Other recent roles include: Mellersh in Enchanted April,
Pellinore in Camelot, and Joe Cardin in The Children's Hour. Hugh loves to spend as much time as he
can skiing in the winter (Killington is his favorite), but in the summer still misses watching
cricket with a pint of beer in hand.
is very excited to be entering his 5th year with WFP and directing his first show for them. He is
also the director of the Peoples Academy Drama Club in Morrisville where just this past year he
wrote his first play, "The One About You". He and his very talented cast earned the chance to
perform at the Vermont State Drama festival where the show was an audience favorite. He also
has worked with the Governor's Institute on the Arts for the past 4 years.
is excited to be back with the WFPs after a year's hiatus. He has appeared with them in Noises off,
Rough Crossing, Sisters Rosensweig and Murder Mistaken. He has also appeared locally with the
Montpelier Theater Guild, Lamoille County Players, Barre Theater Guild, Unadilla Theater
and the Stowe Theater Guild. He wanted to say something clever here...oh well, perhaps next year.
lives in Fayston with Gregor and two aussie shepherds, Puck and Oberon. She returns to WFP having
last performed in Rough Crossing here a few summers ago. Most recently, she starred in a short indie
film, 'Complications' and trod the boards as the Lady Markby in 'An Ideal Husband' at the Valley
Players in Waitsfield. This fall she will be directing '12 Angry Jurors' and in the winter, she is
producing and directing an Anton Chekhov festival, also at Valley Players. Teresa is a certified
Business Coach and owns Net-Spin, a web consulting business in the service of mission driven people
Louise J. Mueller
is pleased to be back with the WFPs. She was last seen here in 2007 as Emmie in Murder
Mistaken. She has also performed with Montpelier Theater Guild, Unadilla Theater,
Woodchuck Theater, Lamoille County Players, and Stowe Theater Guild. She and her
husband (Agent Frank), when not onstage, enjoy retirement and their three felines.
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.
has appeared at WFP twice before, as Dr. Framingham in Beyond Therapy in 2007, and as Oscar in Indoor/Outdoor.
Last year, he let his wife, Kathleen, have a turn on the WFP stage, when she played Lane in The Clean House.
He is the director of the theatre program at Kent School in Connecticut, and holds a masters degree in
theatre from Northwestern University. He has summered in Vermont for many years, including working at
Dorset Theatre Festival and relaxing at his house in Morrisville.
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.