Over the River and Through the Woods
Faced with a life-changing career decision, Nick must navigate the scheming shenanigans of all four of his grandparents to make him stay. Surprises and hilarity abound in this family fiasco.
Surprises and hilarity abound in this family fiasco. From the author of I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change; The Last Romance; and Broadway's Memphis.
Memorable and well-loved production
MATTHEW DECAPUA Previously at FST - Brooklyn Boy, The Miamians, South Beach Babylon. NY THEATRE: Morning Star (Peccadillo), The Philadelphia Story, Julia & Buddy (MITF, best actor nom.) REGIONAL: Dracula (Premiere Stages, w/ Lorenzo Lamas). TV: Law & Order, L&O: Special Victims Unit, Blue Bloods (recurring), MTV’s One Bad Choice, As the World Turns. FILM: As I Remember It (w/ Christine Ebersole and Alice Ripley) WEB: Space Dogs, Lucy Knows Love. Graduate of University of Connecticut, proud member of AEA. www.matthewdecapua.com. @mdecapua1
ERIC HOFFMANN A New York based actor, director, and teacher, Eric most recently appeared as Bob Ewell in Orlando Shakespeare’s To Kill A Mockingbird. He also recently completed an amazing 3-year run as Officer Krupke in the 50th Anniversary World Tour of West Side Story. His regional credits include appearances at San Diego’s Old Globe Theatre (3 seasons), Theatre Virginia, Pittsburgh Public Theatre, McCarter Theatre, and the St. Louis and Alabama Shakespeare Festivals. He spent nine seasons at Washington DC’s Shakespeare Theatre as a company member and instructor and his nine seasons with The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey include appearing as Falstaff in The Merry Wives of Windsor, Don Armado in Love’s Labours Lost, and Dogberry in Much Ado About Nothing. He has made numerous Law and Order appearances and is a proud member of Actor’s Equity Association.
CALEY MILLIKEN FST debut. NYC: The Dick & the Rose (Cherry Lane Theatre/FringeNYC); Francis Goes to War (The Humanist Project). Regional: Clybourne Park (Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park); Wittenberg, A Christmas Carol (Portland Stage Company); Richard III, The Tempest, Romeo & Juliet, Julius Caesar, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Tennessee Shakespeare Company); Othello, The Ladies Man, Leap Year, Cindy Bella, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare & Company); Women Beware Women (Constellation Theatre); Much Ado About Nothing, Antigone (Corning Classics). TV: VEEP. Training: MFA (Acting) Purdue University, Shakespeare & Company.
ANDY PROSKY FST: In The Book Of. In New York City his credits include King Lear starring Christopher Plummer at Lincoln Center. Merchant of Venice, Much Ado About Nothing, and The Tempest at The Pearl Theatre Company. Regionally he has performed at Arena Stage, Fords Theatre, The Walnut Street Theatre, The Old Globe Theatre, The Dallas Theatre Center, The Actors Theatre Of Louisville, The Folger Theatre, and The Cincinnati Playhouse. Internationally, he played at Vienna’s English Theatre. Film and Television credits include Taking Woodstock directed by Ang Lee, Men In Black, Mrs. Doubtfire, The Great Outdoors, Up Close And Personal, John Adams, Law And Order and ER. He was seen in A Birder’s Guide To Everything starring Sir Ben Kingsley which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. He also appeared in Amazon Studio’s Alpha House with John Goodman.
MARINA RE FST: The Last Romance, Our Son’s Wedding, Boleros For the Disenchanted, Miamians. Proud AEA member for 38 years, with over 100 credits in Regional Theatre, Repertory Companies, USA Tours, Off Broadway, and OOB. AWARDS: IRNE Award; DESERT STAR Award (portraying Maria Callas in Master Class); ”Boston’s Best Performance of Year” include A View from the Bridge, North Shore Fish, Sister’s Rosenswieg, Present Laughter. FILM/TV: Irrational Man (Woody Allen); The Women (Diane English); Primetime, New Amsterdam, Nurse Jackie (www.marinare/info).
RITA REHN Broadway: Tony Award winning Nine, A Chorus Line, Royal Family, (with Rosemary Harris) Tours: Tale of the Allergist’s Wife (with Valerie Harper). Off Broadway: Marsha Norman’s Last Dance (with Jo Beth Williams), John Patrick Shanley’s Defiance, (with Stephen Lang); Charles Busch’s Our Leading Lady. Off Broadway: The Deep Throat Sex Scandal, Call Me Waldo, Theda Bara Frontier Rabbi. NY Classical Theatre: Misalliance, Hamlet. Florida Studio Theatre: Patsy in Always Patsy Cline, Sylvia, In the Book Of. Dreamcatcher Theatre: As Bees in Honey Drown (Best Actress, NJ Theatre Critics) And the World Goes Round (Best Featured Actress, NJ Theatre Critics). Premier Stages: Humbug (first female Scrooge). Catch Me If You Can (with Jamie Farr, Gretna Playhouse). Clifford Odet’s The Big Knife (with Robert Beltran and Miguel Sandoval. Many commercials and voice work.
Director | Kate Alexander
Scenic Designer | Jeff Dean
Costume Designer | Yuri Cataldo
Lighting Designer | Rob Perry
Sound Designer | Ryan Kilcourse
Stage Manager | Kelli Karen*
* Denotes member Actors’ Equity Association. The Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.