Young Playwrights Festival (1989)

Theatre
Name: Playwrights Horizons
Address: 416 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036
Production Details
Number of performances: 32
Opening date: September 12, 1989
Closing date: October 8, 1989
Opening Night Credits

Production Credits
Person/Company Credit
Foundation of the Dramatists Guild Producer
Nancy Quinn Producing Director
Sheri M. Goldhirsch Managing Director
  
Janet Allard Playwright
Stephanie Brown Playwright
Gilbert David Feke Playwright
Karen Hartman Playwright
Robert Kerr Playwright
Alejandro Membreno Playwright
Debra Neff Playwright
  
Thomas Babe Director
Mark Brokaw Director
R.J. Cutler Director
Lisa Peterson Director
Mary B. Robinson Director
  
Allen Moyer Set Designer
Jess Goldstein Costume Designer
Karl E. Hass Lighting Designer
Janet Kalas Sound Designer
  
Shirley Herz Associates Press Representative
  
Mimi Apfel Production Stage Manager
  
Carl Mulert Production Manager
  
Daniel Swee Casting

Cast
Actor Role
Ray Cochran Jonathan (Twice Shy)/ Peter (Peter Breaks Through)
Mark W. Conklin Steven (Twice Shy)
Allison Dean Carol (Finnegan's Funeral Parlor and Ice Cream Shoppe)
David Eigenberg Anvil (Finnegan's)
David Barry Gray Kevin (Finnegan's)
Katherine Hiler Louise (Twice Shy)
Kimble Joyner Teddy (Painted Rain)
Lauren Klein Cookie (Twice Shy)
David Lansbury Desmond (Twice Shy)
James McDonnell Arthur (Finnegan's)/ Guido (Peter Breaks Through)
Debra Monk Barbara (Painted Rain)/ Mona (Finnegan's)
Christopher Shaw Dustin (Painted Rain)
Jill Tasker Pamela (Finnegan's)
Mary Testa Mrs. Dewey (Finnegan's)/ Mona (Peter Breaks Through)
Notes
Four plays: Painted Rain by Janet Allard (directed by Mary B. Robinson), Finnegan’s Funeral Parlor and Ice Cream Shoppe by Robert Kerr (directed by Thomas Babe), Twice Shy by Debra Neff (directed by Mark Brokaw), Peter Breaks Through by Alejandro Membreno (directed by Thomas Babe). Plus the Chapman Reading Series: A Night With Doris by Stephanie Brown (dir. Thomas Babe), And One Bell Shattered by Karen Hartman (dir. Lisa Peterson), Hat by Gilbert David Feke (dir. R.J. Cutler). Obie Winner