WHEN: Thursdays thru Sundays, May 9 – 24. evenings at 8:00 PM and matinees at 2 PM; OPENING NIGHT MAY 10TH
WHERE: Theater at Weehawken High School, 51 Liberty Place, Weehawken
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TICKETS: $25; $15 seniors; $10 students with ID
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Hudson Theatre Works, New Jersey's newest Equity theatre company will follow up last season's successful production of Of Mice and Men and begin its second season with Dale Wasserman's adaptation of Ken Kesey's classic tale of freedom and compassion, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
THE CAST AND CREW:
Terence MacSweeny (Redrum and Celebrity Ghost Stories) and Leigh Anne West (You've Got Hate Mail and the movie Scare Zone) will play the iconic characters McMurphy and Nurse Ratched respectively. Also in the cast as Harding is Michael Puzzo, (LAByrinth Theater Company since 1997, and Father Sherman in John Patrick Shanley's movie DOUBT). All are veterans of stage, film, and television. Terence MacSweeny's theatre credits include New Jersey Shakespeare Festival's, Henry VI and Iago at the Shakespeare Exchange, NY. Leigh Anne West is a multi-talented theatre artist who played in Pride and Prejudice at Asolo Theater Company and Darwin in Malibu. Michael Puzzo's credits are as a writer and actor. As a writer his most recent productions were Spirits of Exit Eleven at the Lion Theatre and The Dirty Talk. As an actor he appeared in John Patrick Shanley's Pirate! (New York Stage & Film) & Dirty Story (Harold Clurman Theater), as well as Stephen Adly Guigis' In Arabia We'd All Be Kings.
Other members of the cast of 16 include actors Kevin Huelbig, Lawrence Mays, Scott Tyler, Frank Blaeuer, Ian McGonigle, Tom Jeszeck, Salvadore Navarro, Sly Augustus, Gina Chedid, Jacqueline Schreiber, Mimi Robinson, Tom Quattrocchi, Matthew Daniel Lee and Jeff Foote.
This program is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, Department of State. A partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, administered by the Hudson County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs, Thomas A. Degise, County Executive and the Board of Chosen Freeholders.
Hudson Theatre Works offers all people equal access to participate in its programs and attend its shows. If you require special assistance or assistive technology, please contact us directly at 201.401.3337 at your earliest convenience.