* World Premiere

Cheap (1996)
CHEAP, a hilarious adaptation of Moliere’s classic farce, The Miser. Set in New York’s Little Italy in the 1930s, CHEAP is Written by Tom Topor, critically acclaimed author of the films Nuts and The Accused as Well as the the novels Judgment and The Coelieil.
About the Play
Written By: Tom Topor
Molière - Original Play - The Miser
Fredric Myrow - Original Music
About the Production
World Premiere
Run Dates: 9/6/1996 - 10/20/1996
Program: Program (.pdf)
Directed By: Peggy Shannon
Cast: Bob DeDea - Rudy
Seán G. Griffin - Mortadella
Hugh Hastings - Singer; Malloy
Peter A. Jacobs - Josefina; Brannigan
Charley McQuary - Vinnie
Robert Nadir - Carlo
Marianne Owen - Sensuala
David Pichette - Angie
Stephanie Shine - Lisa
Rebecca Stevenson - Maria
Rick Tutor - Don Avariccio
Music: Scott Warrender - Piano
Behind the Scenes: Kat Allen - Choreographer
Susan Baird Trapnell - Managing Director
Barbara Bush - Costume Designer
John Kingsbury - Stage Manager
R. Michael Miller - Scenic Designer
Rick Paulsen - Lighting Designer
Phil Schermer - Producing Director
Peggy Shannon - Artistic Director
Scott Warrender - Additional Music