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Don’t Dress for Dinner

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Upcoming performances
Friday, Jan 24
7:30 pm
Lyche Theatre
Saturday, Jan 25
7:30 pm
Lyche Theatre
Sunday, Jan 26
2:00 pm
Lyche Theatre
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Don’t Dress for Dinner
Comedy
–Theatre PG-13
Hold on to your hat and have a drink...you're going to need it!

Bernard has a lover who is pretending to be Robert’s lover so Jacqueline wouldn’t know she was Bernard’s lover. Meanwhile, Robert is Jacqueline’s lover pretending to be Bernard’s lover’s lover so Bernard wouldn’t know Jacqueline had a lover. And Bernard’s lover is pretending to be the cook while the real cook pretends to be Robert’s lover. Will anyone be sober enough for dinner!? It’s an evening of hilarious confusion as Bernard and Robert improvise at breakneck speed.

By Marc Camoletti. Adapted by Robin Hawdon.
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Liz Golson

Directed by guest artist, Liz Golson

Liz received her BFA in Music Theatre from The Hartt School in 2007 and enjoyed acting professionally all over the country for more than a decade. After a strange and wonderful acting career, Liz began to direct and choreograph, most recently directing The Secret Garden and Fools and choreographing Cabaret at LCT.

Cast
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Colin Thelen
Bernard
Colin Thelen
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Leis, Jake
Robert
Jake Leis
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Tegan Blank
Jacqueline
Tegan Blank
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Privet, Macy-2020
Suzanne
Macy Privet
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Stacy Bruemmer
Suzette
Stacy Bruemmer
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Dan Radtke
George
Dan Radtke
Set Design
Kit Mayer
Costume Design
Theresa Smerud
Lighting Design
Dillon McArdle
Props Design
Grace Riness
Sound Design
Ryan Van Berkum
Technical Director
Peter Suardi
Stage Manager
Molly Brueske
Fight Choreographer
Matthew Scott Campbell
Scenic Painters
Sharon Markee
Kelsey Taunt
Set Construction
Dennis Dorman
Costume Construction
Katya Carter
Greta Griffith
Nancy Mahlum
Sharon Markee
Chris Papke
Vicki Riness
Amanda Spielman
Suzanne Young
Run Crew
Lizz Brannon
Lyche Theatre

Opened in 2013, the Lyche Theatre offers ample leg room and clear views of the stage from any of its 450 seats. Entrances and exits are centrally located and fully accessible for all.

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