The Sunshine Boys

If you love to laugh, don’t miss JTC’s riotous production of Neil Simon’s comedy classic THE SUNSHINE BOYS! Al and Willie as “Lewis and Clark” were top-billed vaudevillians for decades…but now they aren’t even speaking! When CBS requests they reunite for a “History of Comedy” television special, the sparks and one-liners start to fly with equal speed. But can Lewis and Clark put aside their differences long enough to collect one last paycheck?

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CAST (more to be announced soon!)

TIM GARNER (Eddie the Assistant Director) From Auckland, New Zealand, Tim holds a BA (Honors, First class) in Musical Theatre from Singapore’s LASALLE College of the Arts under the leadership of Tony McGill. He was most recently seen at Judson Theatre Company as Blore in  And Then There Were None  and as Mordred/Merlyn in Compass Rose Theater’s Camelot, where he also served as choreographer. In New Zealand: The Full Monty, Fiddler, The Secret Garden, Big River, Little Shop of HorrorsAnnie, Joseph, The Pirates of Penzance, Oliver!, Guys and Dolls, Jesus Christ Superstar, Jekyll & Hyde, Copacabana, Sweeney Todd, and Anything Goes. In Singapore: Love/Perfect/Change, Urinetown, Lucky Stiff, Nine, Sweet Charity, Spelling Bee, Ain’t Misbehavin’, Jacques Brel, A Year With Frog And Toad, Company, and The 39 Steps. In France: The Incredible Adventures of Border Crossers.Production: The Lion King (stage management/company management), City Gym The Musical (associate producer), director/choreographer of Hey Florence! The Musical and Venice Under The Snow. As a solo producer, Tim presented the Singapore premieres of Take Me Out (playing Kippy) and The Boys in the Band (playing Michael). Tim extends his thanks to the entire team! Twitter: @broadwaykiwi Instagram: timmy_garner


DWAN HAYES (Miss O’Neill, Registered Nurse) is thrilled to be back with JTC in The Sunshine Boys, where she previously appeared in To Kill a Mockingbird. A native of Winston Salem, North Carolina, she has a B.M. in Musical Theatre from University of North Carolina at Pembroke.Regional: Funny Girl (Emma), All Shook Up (Sylvia) Blues in The Night (Lady From the Road),Buddy Holly Story (Apollo Performer), Smokey Joe’s Cafe (B.J.). Tours:Miracle on 34th Street, Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad (Ms.Ross). Dwan would like to give special thanks to her family and friends for their love and support.


RICK McDERMOTT (Patient) Rick is new to beautiful Moore County. Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts he attended Boston University School of Theater Arts as an acting major and was involved in local theaters in the Boston area for many years! Rick is also one of the founding members of a local group, the Mission Hill Theater Group. Rick played Juror #9 in JTC’s Twelve Angry Men last fall, General MacKenzie in And Then There Were None earlier this year, and is delighted to be back for another production.


EMILY TURNER MARSLAND (Burlesque Nurse) A Raleigh native, Emily graduated with an Acting degree and Music/PR minors from The University of North Carolina, and now calls Manhattan home. Regional Theatre: Legally Blonde, South Pacific, Music Man, The Producers, Pride and Prejudice. NY Theatre: I’ll Say She Is, I Love You Because, improv at The Pit. TV/Film: Hack My Life, Born in the GameAll my love to husband Bob, and endless gratitude to my wonderful parents. www.emilyturnermarsland.com Jeremiah 29:11


LOUIS SALLAN (Ben Silverman) graduated from Western Michigan University 2010 and NYU Graduate Acting 2013. The Sunshine Boys is his debut at Judson Theatre Company. TV/Film Credits: Blue Bloods,The Blacklist: Redemption, Madame Secretary and Crossing The Line.  Theatre Credits: Refuge/Malja at Portland Stage, Ibrahim; The Strangest at New York Theatre Workshop, Nounu; Oklahoma! at Arrow Rock Lyceum, Ali Hakim; May Violets Spring at The Workshop Theatre, Hamlet; Savage In Limbo, Anthony; Alls Well That Ends Well, Bertram; The Pillowman, Michal; and She Stoops to Conquer; Tony Lumpkin.

 

 

 


The start date of the Owens Auditorium renovation has been set–and it means we’ll be able to perform both of our shows in our home theatre in 2017 after all! We’ll be saving the previously announced Love, Loss and What I Wore to be one of our productions when we have to be off-site during the Owens Auditorium renovation.