(Andrew Jorgenson) appeared with the HTC as Mellersh Wilkins in ENCHANTED APRIL, as Dr. Spivey in ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST and as Larkin in SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION. He is happy to reprise the role of Andrew Jorgenson which he played at Center Stage in Southampton. Other appearances include INHERIT THE WIND at Center Stage, IN THE BAR OF A TOKYO HOTEL at The Bridge in Bridgehampton, 110 IN THE SHADE with the North Fork Community Theatre, and THE FOREIGNER, MOONLIGHT AND MAGNOLIAS, ALARMS AND EXCURSIONS, and SHADOWLANDS with the Heavenly Rest Players in Manhattan. Last year he appeared in the movie Dark Was The Night which was filmed in the Southampton environs. Thanks to his wife Blair for her love and encouragement.
(Kate Sullivan), a Long Island native, is so excited to be making her Hampton Theatre Company debut! She most recently performed in the critically acclaimed Stephen Sondheim revue, YOU’RE GONNA LOVE TOMORROW, at the Bickford Theatre. She has been featured in Backstage Magazine as a “Breakout Talent” and has been seen in the national tours of LES MISÉRABLES and GOLD RUSH!, as well as in NYC in DANCING WITH TIME (with Charles Strouse), THE LARAMIE PROJECT, THE FAMILY FIORELLI (NYMF), THROUGH THE INVISIBLE DOOR (MTL Productions) and many others. She can be seen in commercials and on TV. Love to B.L. and family! www.adriannehick.com
(Lawrence Garfinkle) played Steve in HTC’s production of BECKY’S NEW CAR as well as Joseph in MY THREE ANGELS, Gary in I HATE HAMLET, Richard in DESPERATE AFFECTION, Mike Talman in WAIT UNTIL DARK, Ricky Roma in GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS, Mike in BREAKING LEGS, Lennie in OF MICE AND MEN, and Limping Man in FUDDY MEERS. Other theatrical credits include THE ZOO STORY, ART, MISERY, HURLYBURLY, GOOSE AND TOMTOM, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, SAME TIME NEXT YEAR, BURIED CHILD, NOT ABOUT NIGHTINGALES, THE NERD, JOE TURNER’S COME AND GONE, THE BALCONY and LA RONDE. Film credits include Unlikely Prophets, Dying for Dollars, Overdrive, Mook, Sushi Bar, Mulligan Farm, Down Clown, Nine Out of Ten, If I Only Knew and Scallop Pond. Thanks to Mom, Dad, Cara, family and friends for their support.
(Bea Sullivan, Producer, Set Decor) is pleased to tread the boards with such a talented cast. Diana directed BLACK TIE last spring and was seen most recently as Dottie in GOOD PEOPLE, Helga Ten Dorp in DEATHTRAP and Mme. Parole in MY THREE ANGELS. She is the Artistic Director of the HTC and has worn many hats over the years. She would like to thank all the “behind the scenes” people who make these productions possible.
(William Coles, Graphic Design) appeared most recently with the Hampton Theatre Company as Dr. Mikey Dillon in GOOD PEOPLE. Other roles with the company include Randle P. McMurphy in ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST, Father Flynn in DOUBT, Stanley in A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, John Buchanan Jr. in SUMMER AND SMOKE and Bill in LOBBY HERO. He played Bob Ewell in Bay Street’s production of TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD last winter and has appeared in three productions at Center Stage at the Southampton Cultural Center–as George in OF MICE AND MEN, as Juror #8 in TWELVE ANGRY MEN and as Lee in TRUE WEST. Current feature film credits include Caliber Media Productions – REFUGE and DARK WAS THE NIGHT. www.joepallister.com
(Playwright) was a businessman turned playwright. He began his career selling tokens for the NYC Transit Authority where he wrote seven plays during his six years in the booth. When his work failed to sell, he turned to real estate, eventually become president of David C. Gold & Co. He retired and returned to writing plays in 1984. OTHER PEOPLE’S MONEY was his third play, written in 1989, and it became an instant hit, leading to the movie version of 1991. None of his other plays, which include TIT FOR TAT and BE HAPPY FOR ME, really caught on. “Many other playwrights have written better,” Mr. Sterner wrote, “but no one has enjoyed having written more.”
(Director, Set Construction) founded the HTC in 1984 and has since appeared in over 20 productions and built numerous sets. After much coaxing, he as re-donned his director’s cap for this production. Special gratitude to his reliable and skilled production team all listed in the program. And, of course, to Sarah for her wise guidance and fortitude as we stumble along in these efforts.
(Assistant Director, Producer) wears many hats for the HTC and is happy to assist Jimmy and his stellar cast with this production. Solo directorial efforts include, most recently, GOOD PEOPLE and, coming up, the wonderful Canadian play, THE DRAWER BOY. Many thanks to our audience members, patrons and all the behind the scenes people who make our work possible.
(Set Design) designed the set for last season’s DEATHTRAP and has worked for many years building HTC sets alongside his father Peter and friend James Ewing. He is thrilled to don the esteemed mantle of set designer once again with this production.
(Lighting Designer) first worked with the Hampton Theatre Company when he designed the company’s 2003 production of SUMMER AND SMOKE at Guild Hall and has designed all the company’s productions since PROOF in 2004 as well as the theater’s new lighting system. He has designed lighting for theater, dance and special events in a number of Broadway, Off Broadway, Off Off Broadway and regional venues. He has also worked in film and television as the director of photography. He has designed numerous productions for Guild Hall and for the Hamptons Shakespeare Festival.
(Costume Designer) is the resident costumer for the Hampton Theatre Company and has designed costumes for all the company’s recent productions. Teresa has also costumed for Spindletop Productions at Guild Hall. Much love to her boys Josh and Noah.
JEAN PLITT (Stage Manager). It is a pleasure to work with the talented people who perform or are involved in the production of each show presented by the Hampton Theatre Company. From auditions to opening night, the process of bringing the “page to the stage” requires the creative energies of all involved, and I am very happy to be part of it. Congratulations to the cast and crew of OTHER PEOPLE’S MONEY!
(Lighting & Sound Technician) has done lighting and sound for 21 years at the North Fork Community Theater, Vail-Leavitt Music Hall, Producer’s Club (NYC), the Loft Theater at Dowling College and the Southampton Cultural Center. He has also helped Sebastian with lighting set up at Guild Hall, the Ross School, and other local venues. “Many thanks, Sebastian!” This is Rob’s sixth season with the Hampton Theatre Company. He is very happy to be part of the show and the company.