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By A.R. Gurney 
Directed by Roy Steinberg 

June 26th - August 2nd
Tuesday-Sunday at 8:00PM

Empty nesters Greg and Kate have moved back to Manhattan after twenty-two years in the suburbs, ready for the next chapter of their lives.  However, life has a way of giving you what you think you don't want.  Greg finds Sylvia, a street-smart lab/poodle mix, and brings her home.  She promptly becomes a bone of contention between Greg and Kate, testing their marriage to hilarious and touching effect.  

Age Guide: 16+

June 26th - Preview Night
June 27th - Official Opening with Party 
July 5th - Best-Value Night 
July 14th - Pay-What-You-Wish 
(Pay-What-You-Wish is only available 1 hour prior to show time, at the theatre, and is a first come first serve basis.  Dooors open up 1 hour before the show.  Patrons pick whatever seat is available and Pay-What-You-Wish.  You must have cash or check only.  If you would like to see the show on this date and don't want to run the risk of it being sold out, you may still purchase a ticket at a regular price by calling the box office or purchasing online.) 
July 19th - Cast & Crew Talk-Back

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Cast Biographies:

Kate Berg
(Sylvia) is thrilled to be making her Cape May Stage debut! Regional: Melody in Bad Jews at American Stage; Tillie in Echoes at Urbanite Theatre; Clarissa in Agatha Christie’s Spider's Web at the Theater Barn. NY: Yellow in The Command Center Outside Angel Grove, California (AND Theater Company); Thea Elvstead in Hedda Gabler (Dyckman Farmhouse Museum); Ophelia in Hamlet, The Other Woman/The Stranger in Dead Man’s Cell Phone (RMTG). Kate is also a dramaturg and dialect coach. BFA in Acting from the University of Michigan (go blue!). She would like to thank her two goldendoodle consultants, Archer and Casey, for their enthusiastic and energetic help.

Michael Scott
(Greg) is excited to be making his Cape May Stage debut.  Michael has appeared on Broadway in: 110 in the Shade, Follies, Showboat, Pirates of Penzance, Happy New Year and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. Off-Broadway: The Fantasticks, Abbys Song, Dodsworth, The Drunkard. National and International Tours: West Side Story, Guys and Dolls, Showboat, Camelot. Regional: Plaza Suite, Deathtrap, A Christmas Story, Forum, Stormy Weather, 1776, Chicago, Buddy and  M. Butterfly. TV and Film credits include: All My Children, One Life to Live, Stella and Proud.   Love and thanks to my wife Barbara, Wolf Talent Group and AEA.

Kate McCauley Hathaway
(Kate) happily returns to Cape May Stage having previously been seen in I Hate Hamlet, Steel Magnolias, Other Desert Cities, and Erma Bombeck: At Wit's End. Kate has also performed in special concerts for Cape May Stage. On tour and regionally, Kate has performed the role of Fantine in Les Miserables, Eva Peron in Evita, Sally Bowles in Cabaret, and Nellie Forbush in South Pacific, among many others. Kate is also a theatrical producer: Ann, presented at Lincoln Center about former Texas Governor Ann Richards, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, (as an investing producer) and has invested in other Broadway productions. Currently, Kate is a member of the board of directors of Cape May Stage. Kate and her husband, Jerry, have a home in Cape May where they love to have their children and grandchildren visit. 

Andy Prosky (Tom, Phyllis, Leslie) is thrilled to be returning to Cape May Stage where he has appeared in Social Security, The Glass Menagerie, Patsy Cline : A Portrait In Song, and The Price. In New York he has performed at Lincoln Center in King Lear and at The Delacorte Theatre in Titus Andronicus. Off-Broadway his credits include: Miles To Go at The Green Space and Romeo and Juliet, Much Ado About Nothing, and The Merchant Of Venice at The Pearl Theatre. Around the country Mr. Prosky has performed at St Louis Repertory Theatre (Harry Brock in Born Yesterday - Judy Award) Arena Stage, The Walnut Street Theatre, Fords Theatre, The Folger Theatre, The Pioneer Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse In The Park, and others. His TV and film credits include, Fosse/Verdon on FX, The Path on Hulu, John Adams on HBO, ER and Law And Order on NBC, Taking Woodstock, The Land Of Steady Habits, A Birders Guide To Everything, Mrs. Doubtfire and Men In Black.

Crew Biographies:

A.R. Gurney (playwright): Albert Ramsdell Gurney Jr. (November 1, 1930 – June 13, 2017), a pen name A. R. Gurney (sometimes credited as Pete Gurney) was an American playwright, novelist and academic. He is known for works including The Dining Room (1982), Sweet Sue (1986/7), and The Cocktail Hour (1988), and for his Pulitzer Prize-nominated play Love Letters. His series of plays about upper-class WASP life in contemporary America has been called “penetratingly witty studies of the WASP ascendancy in retreat.”

Roy Steinberg (Director) has directed classical and contemporary plays as well as world premieres all over the United States. He directed Ann Jackson, Kim Hunter, and Alvin Epstein in The Madwoman of Chaillot at the Neighborhood Playhouse in New York. As a member of Circle Repertory Company, he developed and directed The Marriage Fool with Lynn Cohen and Farley Granger. His production of Othello played at the Intar Theatre on Theatre Row in New York and he directed Joan Copeland in a new play called Second Summer for the Colleagues Theatre Company. He was the Artistic Director of Theatre Matrix in New York and the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Wisconsin. He has directed touring companies of bilingual productions of Moliere’s The Miser and The Bourgeois Gentleman. As a Guest Artist he has directed college students throughout our nation in plays like American Buffalo, Our Town, The Importance of Being Earnest, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Mr. Steinberg has also produced and directed film and television including Guiding Light, One Life To Live, Days Of Our Lives, Forensic Files, and Scandalous Art. He has four Emmy nominations for his work. He directed Jo Beth Williams in Life In General on, which won five Spirit Awards. At Cape May Stage, Mr. Steinberg has directed Souvenir, Moon Over Buffalo, Blithe Spirit, How to Make a Rope Swing, Say Goodnight Gracie, Social Security, Visiting Mr. Green, Proof, Class, Steel Magnolias, The Understudy, I Hate Hamlet, Boeing Boeing, Happy Days, Freud’s Last Session, The Santaland Diaries, The Woolgatherer, Mistakes Were Made, This Wonderful Life, The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe, Dead Man’s Cell Phone, Disgraced, Buyer and Cellar, The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife, The Gin Game, Outside Mullingar, and The Ultimate Christmas Show. Most recently, for Cape May Stage’s 2018 season, Mr. Steinberg directed Chapter Two, the world premiere of The Shuck, and the East Coast premiere of An Actor’s Carol. Roy Steinberg has an MFA from the Yale School of Drama. He also functions as the Producing Artistic Director. His proudest production is his daughter, Alexa Catherine.

Amy Hadam (Production Stage Manager) is so thrilled to be back for her fourth season! Past Cape May Stage credits include: The Whipping Man, Sex with Strangers, Barefoot in the Park, Disgraced, Buyer & Cellar, One Christmas Carol, Billy Bishop Goes to War, The Tale of the Allergist's Wife, The Gin Game, Outside Mullingar, The Ultimate Christmas Show, Erma Bombeck: At Wit's End, Chapter Two, The Lion in Winter, The Shuck, and An Actor's Carol. She is also the Education Director here at Cape May Stage. Amy has also been the Stage Manager for Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre (Summit, NJ) since 2013; recent credits include Continuing the Conversation, What Stays, Things Being What They Are, and Shipwrecked! An Entertainment: The Adventures of Louis de Rougemont (As Told By Himself). Other credits include: 21: The Musical (NYC), Jekyll & Hyde and Spamalot at Surflight Theatre (Beach Haven, NJ), A Piece of My Heart and Janey Miller's World Tour at Speranza Theatre Company (Jersey City, NJ), Miss Witherspoon and The Further Adventures of Hedda Gabler at The Theater Project (Maplewood, NJ), and Talking to Westfield and At Liberty Hall at Premiere Stages (Union, NJ). Amy is a proud member of Actors' Equity Association.

Leah Mazur (Set Design) Leah Mazur received her MFA from the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas. She is a freelance Scenographer and Assistant Professor of Scenography at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. She has worked professionally in the Chicago lakeshore and Kansas City areas. Select design credits include the costume designs for Spring Awakening, Amadeus, Hand to God, and Eclipsed; scenic designs for Spring Awakening, Nora, Little Women, The Broadway Musial, and Next to Normal; and lighting designs for Angel Street and Next to Normal. Previous Cape May Stage designs include The Lion in Winter.

Heather Crocker (Lighting Design) is a New York based lighting and projections designer and is thrilled to be returning to Cape May Stage this season. She received her MFA in Theatre Design and Technology (Lighting/Projections Design) from the University of Missouri, Kansas City in 2015. Cape May Stage lighting credits: Billy Bishop Goes to War and The Tale of the Allergist's Wife. Other lighting design credits include; Murder For Two (Lyric Stage Company of Boston), The Master Builder (Colby College, ME), Over the River and Through the Woods, West Side Story (City Theatre, ME), End Days (Voice Theatre, NY), The Nether, Kimberly Akimbo, Vigils, The Lieutenant of Inishmore (Mad Horse Theatre Company, ME), The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Almost, Maine (UMKC Theatre), Little Women (UMKC Conservatory of Opera), Number the Stars (Coterie Theatre, KC), Projections design credits include: Freedom Rider (UMKC Theatre), Ragtime, and Chess at Gallery Players in Brooklyn, NY.

Lindsay Givens Casale (Costume Design) is the owner and founder of GIVENS, a Cape May based shop featuring independent designers and artists. After graduating from Ursinus College, Lindsay continued her creative studies at Parsons in NYC. She cut her teeth in the Calvin Klein Collection atelier before setting off on her own to champion other rising designers- a journey that would eventually lead to the opening of GIVENS in her beloved hometown. This is her first project for Cape May Stage and she's thrilled!

Michelle A. Prudente (Rehearsal Production Stage Manager / Sound Design) is a Los Angeles-based Stage Manager/Sound Designer and is thankful for the opportunity to come back to her home state this season at Cape May Stage. Sound Design highlights include: Polaroid Stories at the Stella Fry Theatre (Union, NJ);  the world premiere play Lost Generation at The Sherry Theatre (North Hollywood, CA) and Henrik Ibson's The Lady from the Sea at The Actors’ Studio (North Hollywood, CA). Stage Management highlights include: Hamlet, Boomerang Theatre Co. (NY, NY); Sacred Resistance, Jewish Women’s Theatre at The Braid (Santa Monica, CA); No Wake, Route 66 at VS Theatre Co. (West Coast Premiere in Los Angeles, CA). She has overseen multiple world premiere productions in Los Angeles including: More Guns the musical (The Zephyr); The Mother of Henry, The Latino Theatre Company (LATC); Cynosemma: A Ritualistic Opera, Overtone Industries (Son of Semele) and the first reading of the Saved by the Bell musical (The Kirk Douglas). Michelle holds a BA in Theatre from Kean University and is proud member of Actors’ Equity Association. 

Leah Nadolski
(Props Master) is happy to be working at Cape May Stage. She graduated from DeSales University in 2017 with her degree in Theatre Tech and Design with a concentration on set design and props. She also interned at the Arden theatre as the props intern. She would like to thank her family and friends for their love and support. 

Actors’ Equity Association (AEA) 
was founded in 1913 as the first of the American actors’ unions. Equity’s mission is to advance, promote, and foster the art of live theatre as an essential component of our society. Today, Equity represents more than 40,000 actors, singers, dancers, and stage managers working in hundreds of theatres across the United States. Equity members are dedicated to working in the theatre as a profession, upholding the highest artistic standards. Equity negotiates wages and working conditions and provides a wide range of benefits including health and pension plans for its members. Through its agreement with Equity, this theatre has committed to the fair treatment of the actors and stage managers employed in this production. AEA is a member of the AFL-CIO and is affiliated with FIA, an international organization of performing arts unions. For more information, visit

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