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This Show: March 31 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
An event every week that begins at 7:30 pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until April 10, 2022
An event every week that begins at 2:00 pm on Sunday, repeating until April 11, 2022
By David MacGregor
Directed by Dee Dee O’Connor
March 25-April 10, 2022
Auditions: January 30-31, 2022
Produced by special arrangement with Playscripts, Inc. (www.playscripts.com)
It’s Halloween night, but everyone is dropping their masks. When two couples drink a strange blue Peruvian wine together, the evening turns eventful as their traditions and their relationships to one another begin to unravel. Will the truth set them free or is it another trap to escape? A dark comedy about the perils of honesty.
Watch a short promo video and interviews with the cast:
CAST AND CREW BIOS
|David Cohn (Set design)
David’s previous BTG sets include Scarecrow for Hire, And Then There Were None, Scapino, The Mousetrap, Noises Off, A Shayna Maidel, and August: Osage County. He has also appeared on stage in Forum, Anything Goes, and The Drowsy Chaperone. He is happy to be back in the BTG scene shop again with Stan Snapp and the rest of the crew and collaborating again with Dee Dee.
|Brendan Francis (Costumer)
This is Brendan’s second outing as a costumer at BTG. He’s grateful for the opportunity to put clothes on these great actors! Eternal gratitude to his partner Natasha for her constant support.
|Molly Elizabeth Garrison (Claire)
This is Molly’s debut performance with BTG after graduating with a BA in Visual and Performing Arts in Colorado in 2017. She is delighted to be working with such a committed and talented theatre community.
|Teri Grimes (Properties)
Teri is most happy to be part of this production. She had so much fun finding props and scouting furniture for the show as well as working with the back stage crew! Enjoy the show!
|Christy Ham (Co-Director, Stage Manager)
The truth is… Christy can’t think of a more amazing cast and crew to be a part of. She hopes this show inspires you to take your truth out into the word.
|Kyle Johnson (Co-Director)
Kyle is extremely excited to return to Bellingham Theatre Guild and is grateful for the opportunity to Assistant Direct with this amazing team of theatre enthusiasts. Kyle would like to thank the community for their continued support of this amazing organization.
|Natasha McPhaden (Crew Assistant)
Natasha is happy to be supporting such an electric cast and crew. Special thanks to Brendan for letting her be his shadow.
|Russ Nelson (Ridley)
Russ has been involved technically at BTG since 2001: building and designing sets, lighting, and special effects. This is his first time acting on our stage. His last acting role was 38 years ago.
|Dee Dee O’Connor (Director)
Dee Dee is thrilled to be directing once again with this wonderful cast and crew. Special thanks to Christy and Kyle…you two know why. Dee Dee’s previous credits include, “And Then There Were None,” “The Mousetrap,” and “A Shayna Maidel.”
|Danielle Pekus (Lighting Design)
Danielle is so grateful to Dee Dee to have the opportunity to design lights for the first time at BTG. She has been a light board operator for a number of shows in recent years. Thanks to her theater friends and family for support.
|Heidi Sackerson (Lightboard Operator)
Heidi is pleased to be back behind the board at BTG! She thanks Dee Dee for the opportunity, and the cast and crew for a fun show. Enjoy!
|Ali Salvino (Costume Assistant)
Ali thanks Dee Dee, the cast, crew, Brendan, Ginny, Marion, Francie, and a special shout-out to Sandy. Thank you for giving her the opportunity to be a part of this amazing community.
|Jordan Smith (Phil)
Guess who’s back! That’s right, it’s Jordan! This is his first show back since 2018 and he is ecstatic to be back on stage and surrounded by the energy of the stage.
|Rachel Sullivan (Lauren)
Rachel is back onstage for the first time in too long, and she finally gets to live her dream of being married to Jordan. Thank you to her family for all the babysitting so she could go play and get out of her own head for a few hours a night.
|Kimberly Turpin (Hair & Makeup)
This is Kim’s second show doing hair & makeup. Her work was last seen in Crazy for You, which she also performed in. Kim is delighted to be back in theatre after the pandemic-induced hiatus.