Company

July 6-16, 1984

The Cast

Robert - Michael Manion
Sarah - Lucy Robinson
Harry - Huck Davies
Susan - Jan Bradbury Logan
Peter - Michael Bickford
Jenny - Marilyn Parker
David - Charlie Cavanaugh
Amy - Lynn Stevens
Paul - Peter Joslin
Joanne - Freddie Mahlmann
Larry - Jim Parker
Marta - Sue Pacolitch
Kathy - Nina DeCew
April - Nancy Cohen
Waiter - Alan Pierson
Super/Wino - Jim Dodds
Tick Tock Dancers - Julia Hiscock and Alan Pierson
Vocal Minority - Wendy Cohen, Kimberly Cruz, Cherie Pearson, Peg Wittek
Chorus - Jim Briggs, John Flanagan, Jennifer Howard, Barbara Wright

The Crew

Directors - Wendy Cohen and Jim Dodds
Producers - Sharon Kellermann and Curtis Wright
Music Directors - Fred Pacolitch and Deborah Chaffee
Assistant Director - Kimberly Cruz
Choreography - Cherie Pearson and Avery Smith
Set Design - JoAnn Flanagan
Set Construction - Nancy Hodgman, John Fraser, David Black, Neal Mostov, Charles St. John, Dawn Flanagan, Jacqueline St. John, Marie Barber, Bonnie Corey, Patricia Broder, Mitchell Kontoff, Tony Egan, Lucy Marion, Curtis Wright, Richard Mixer
Lighting Design - Don Hirsch
Light Operator - Pam Behn
Sound and Tech - John Jaeger
Stage Managers - Richard Mixer, Ann Brosseau, Wendy Lynn Miller
Properties - Richard Mixer
Make-up - Stacey Corey, Judy Schmelter, Pam Court
Hair Stylists - Annie Brothers, Beth Filighera, Peggy Orr
Photography - Samantha Charles

Originally titled Threes, the plot revolves around Robert (a single man unable to commit fully to a steady relationship, let alone marriage), the five married couples who are his best friends, and his three girlfriends. Unlike most book musicals, which follow a clearly delineated plot, Company is a concept musical composed of short vignettes, presented in no particular chronological order, linked by a celebration for Robert's 35th birthday.