Cast Members
Broadway Bound
(Order of Appearance)
Michele Mastroianni as Kate
Stephen R. Kay as Ben
Zane Furtado as Eugene
Ian Vincent as Stanley
Carol Oliva as Blanche
Tony Oliva as Jack
Bob Asher as Announcer
Jess Cain as Chubby Waters
Sue Bennett Fielding as Mrs. Pitkin
Production Crew
Broadway Bound
Stage Manager ... Brienne Riccio
Assistant Stage Manager ... Traci Antil
Set Design ... Mark P. Fuller
Lighting Design ... Lawrence R. Houbre, Jr.
Sound Design ... William C. Smith
Makeup/Hair Styles ... Suzanne Bergeron
Costumes ... Suzanne Bergeron
Lighting/Sound Technician ... Stephanie Couto, Lawrence R. Houbre, Jr., William C. Smith
Set Construction ... Ray Bedard, Mark P. Fuller, Lawrence R. Houbre, Jr., Jed Jedster, Eric R. Paradis, Dennis J. Smith
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Broadway Bound

by Neil Simon; Directed by Lawrence R. Houbre, Jr.
  • Sep 11-13, 2014, 8:00 PM;
  • Sep 14, 2014, 2:30 PM;
  • Sep 18-20, 2014, 8:00 PM;
  • Sep 21, 2014, 2:30 PM

The play is about Eugene and his older brother, Stanley, working together toward being comedy writers for the radio, and, eventually, television. They discover that their father, Jack, has been cheating on their mother, Kate. It is obvious to the family before Jack even admits it, and they try to find ways for Kate to cope with the loss when Jack may eventually leave. Jack reveals that the woman he has been seeing is dying.

When Eugene and Stanley find a job where they can write short comedic skits for the radio, they obscurely make fun of their own family. Jack can hear the similarities between the fictional family in the broadcast and their own family, and becomes outraged. He gets into a major argument with Stanley, which turns into an argument about Jack's affair.

In the end, the brothers receive some great job offers, and everyone moves on as life progresses in it's unstoppable march forward.

This is the third in the trilogy, following Brighton Beach Memoirs and Biloxi Blues.