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Born Yesterday

June 3 - July 2, 2016

  • By Garson Kanin

  • Directed by Jonathan Moscone

  • Suitable for general audiences, ages 12 and up.

  • Hubbard Theatre

  • The run time is approximately 1 hour and 51 minutes, including one intermission.

Overview

The play is a great American comedy about politics and the power of female persuasion. Set in one of the finest hotels in Washington D.C., Born Yesterday tells the story of Harry Brock, a hot-tempered and corrupt tycoon, and Billie Dawn, his ex-showgirl mistress as they navigate the Washington political scene. Billie, possessing a brash and over-the-top personality, gets an extreme makeover from a political reporter hired by her bullying boyfriend. She receives more than a history lesson when she learns what Harry really is and what he wants. Born Yesterday is a delicious screwball classic.


Join us for programs that connect you with other theatre lovers, our artists, and what is on stage on a whole new way:
June 16: ActOUT
June 19: Audio Described Performance

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Creative Team

Garson Kanin

Playwright

Hugh Landwehr

Scenic Design

Katherine Roth

Costume Design

Stephen Strawbridge

Lighting Design

Cliff Caruthers

Sound Design

Pamela Prather

Dialect Coach

Brandon Weinbrenner

Assistant Director

Rebecca R.D. Hamlin

Stage Manager

Kristen Larson

Assistant Stage Manager

The Cast

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Jeffrey Bean

as Ed Devery

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Elizabeth Bunch

as Mrs. Hedges

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Chris Hutchison

as The Assistant Manager

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Stephen Pelinski

as Harry Brock

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Melissa Pritchett

as Billie Dawn

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Jay Sullivan

as Paul Verrall

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Emily Trask

as Helen

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John Tyson

as Eddie Brock

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Todd Waite

as Senator Norval Hedges