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How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

August 19-29, 1983


J. Pierrepont Finch – Jim Briggs
Milt Gatch – Steve Leiken
J.B. Biggley – Peter Joslin
Rosemary Pilkington – Nancy Tompkins
Bert Bratt – Ron Anderson
Smitty – Lucy Robinson
Bud Frump – David Bardes
Miss Jones – Lucy Marion
Twimble – Pat Collins
Hedy La Rue – Christine Carnright
Benjamin Burton David Ovington – Steve Leiken
Wally Womper – Lee Gordon
Ensemble – Cheryl McDonough, David Sayles, Ben Flemer, Dawn Flanagan, Katie Chau, Muriel DeMarne, Jennifer Howard, Freddie Mahlmann, Cherie Pearson, Shelia Schiffman, Beth Steinman, Kathy Tompkins, Bill Steinman


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Director – Leo Cohen
Assistant Director – Jennifer Howard
Stage Manager – Dawn Flanagan
Choreography – David Sayles, Katie Chau
Lighting – Nancy Cohen, Paula Schutts, Lucy Marion, Paula Lerner
Set – Carol Berezowski, Katie Chau, Michael Egan, Tony Egan, Ben Flemer, Ian Just, Brett Pingree, Dickon Pinkham, Otto Salzman, Drew Siegle, Maggie Smith, Heather Strong, Hank Wall, Carol Lappin
Costumes – David Sayles
Props – Gerette Buglion, Heather Strong, Marcey Vanasse
Stage Assistants – Gerette buglion, Dickon Pinkham, Paula Lerner
Make-up – Stacey Corey, Beth Filighera, Carol Hosford, Michele Kaufman

The story concerns young, ambitious J. Pierrepont Finch, who, with the help of the book How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, rises from window washer to chairman of the board of the World Wide Wicket Company.

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