Young Playwrights Festival (1988)

Theatre
Name: Playwrights Horizons
Address: 416 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036
Production Details
Number of performances: 30
Opening date: September 13, 1988
Closing date: October 8, 1988
Opening Night Credits

Production Credits
Person/Company Credit
Foundation of the Dramatists Guild Producer
Nancy Quinn Producing Director
  
Kevin Corrigan Playwright
Robert Kerr Playwright
Jonathan Marc Sherman Playwright
Eric Ziegenhagen Playwright
  
Christopher Durang Director
Lisa Peterson Director
Lawrence Sacharow Director
Don Scardino Director
  
Allen Moyer Set Designer
Jess Goldstein Costume Designer
Nancy Schertler Lighting Designer
Lia Vollack Sound Designer
  
Shirley Herz Associates Press Representative
  
Stacey Fleischer Stage Manager
Roy Harris Stage Manager
Paul Warren Stage Manager
  
Carl Mulert Production Manager
  
Daniel Swee Casting

Cast
Actor Role
John Augustine Crusader/ Isaac/ Salesman/ Alex Trebek/ Virgil/ Drunk in the Park (And The Air Didn't Answer)
Dana Behr Victoria (Women and Wallace)
Joan Copeland Grandmother (Women and Wallace)
Richard E. Council Father McLaughline/ Teacher/ God/ Scout Interviewer (And The Air)
Allison Dean Fiona (Seniority)
Erica Gimpel Renee (And The Air)/ Wendy (Women and Wallace)
Joanna Going Nina (Woman and Wallace)
Josh Hamilton Wallace Kirkman (Woman and Wallace)
Mary Joy Mother (Women and Wallace)
Jihmi Kennedy Young Boy/ Crusader/ Abraham/ Producer/ Dante/ Drunk in the Park (And The Air)/ Ian (Seniority)
Robert Sean Leonard Dan Wilson (And The Air)
Bellina Logan Debbie (Seniority)/ Sarah (Women and Wallace)
Debra Monk Mother (And The Air)/ Psychiatrist (Women and Wallace)
Jill Tasker Jennifer (And The Air)/ Lili (Women and Wallace)
Notes
Three plays: And The Air Didn’t Answer by Robert Kerr (directed by Christopher Durang), Seniority by Eric Ziegenhagen (directed by Lisa Peterson), Women and Wallace by Jonathan Marc Sherman (directed by Don Scardino). Plus one play reading: The Boiler Room by Kevin Corrigan (directed by Lawrence Sacharow).