Past Seasons at Redlands Footlighters

71st Season (2016-2017)

  • Noodles by L. Don Swartz — Lance Christiansen, director
  • Wait Until Dark by Frederick Knott, adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher — Patricia McQuillan, director
  • Buying the Moose by Michael G. Wilmot — Ralph Griffey, director
  • Proposals by Neil Simon — Pamela Lambert, director
  • The Amorous Ambassador by Michael Parker — Pat Adeff Fifield, director

70th Season (2015-2016)

69th Season (2014-2015)

68th Season (2013-2014)

  • The 39 Steps adapted by Patrick Barlow from the novel by John Buchan — Kellie McDonald, director
  • With the Women’s Theater Workshop: The Clean House by Sarah Ruhl — Paige Polcene, director
  • The Uninvited by Tim Kelly, from the novel by Dorothy Macardle — Tom Hurst, director
  • Play On! by Rick Abbot — Christopher Diehl, director
  • Is He Dead? by Mark Twain as adapted by David Ives — Carol Damgen, director
  • Pump Boys and Dinettes by Foley, Hardwick, Monk, Schimmel, and Wann — Steve Johnson and Glen Johnson, directors

67th Season (2012-2013)

  • The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker by Liam O’Brien — Pat Adeff, director
  • The Rainmaker by Richard Nash — Kellie McDonald, director
  • Dial “M” for Murder by Frederick Knott — John Lynd, director
  • Witness for the Prosecution by Agatha Christie — Phillip Gabriel, director
  • Southern Hospitality by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, and Jamie Wooten — Teresa Dolan, director

66th Season (2011-2012)

  • You Can’t Take It With You by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman mdash; Tom Hurst, director
  • Flemming (An American Thriller) by Sam Bobrick — John Lynd, director
  • An Act of the Imagination by Bernard Slade — Ralph Griffey, director
  • Queen Milli of Galt by Gary Kirkham — Lance Christensen, director
  • The Sunshine Boys by Neil Simon — John Lynd, director
  • Summer Children’s Theatre Workshop: Silverado Sarah by Pat Adeff — Mia Mercado-Bennett, director

65th Season (2010-2011)

  • And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie — Mark Allen-Everett, director
  • Born Yesterday by Garson Kanin — John Lynd, director
  • Alone Together Again by Lawrence Roman — Ralph Griffey, director
  • Return Engagements by Bernard Slade — Lance Christensen, director
  • Leading Ladies by Ken Ludwig — Todd Paul Brown, director
  • Summer Children’s Theatre Workshop: The Butler Did It! by Pat Adeff — Pat Adeff, director

64th Season (2009-2010)

  • Funny Money by Ray Cooney — Mark Allen-Everett, director
  • A Nice Family Gathering by Phil Olson — Lance Christensen, director
  • Smoke & Mirrors by Will Osborne — Rhesa Richards, director
  • Dearly Beloved by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, and Jamie Wooten — Jeff Richards, director
  • The Unexpected Guest by Agatha Christie — Christopher Diehl, director
  • Summer Children’s Theatre Workshop: Dude! Where’s My Script?! by Pat Adeff — Pat Adeff, director

63rd Season (2008-2009)

  • Nunsense II: The Second Coming by Dan Goggin — Mark Allen-Everett, director
  • Helen’s Most Favorite Day by Mark Dunn — Buffy Guzenski, director
  • On The Radio by Pat Adeff — Pat Adeff, director
  • Gaslight by Patrick Hamilton — Tom Hurst, director
  • The Giant’s Dance by Otis Bigelow — John Lynd, director
  • Sherlock’s Last Case by Charles Marowitz — Cynthia Lake, director
  • Summer Children’s Theatre Workshop: A Wish in the Woods by Pat Adeff — Pat Adeff, director

62nd Season (2007-2008)

  • Spider’s Web by Agatha Christie — Mark Allen-Everett, director
  • Perfect Wedding by Robin Hawdon — Tom Provenzano, director
  • God’s Man in Texas by David Rambo — Jeff Richards, director
  • Murder by Misadventure, by Edward Taylor — Phillip Gabriel, director
  • Everybody Loves Opal by John Patrick — Teresa Dolan, director
  • Summer Show: Dracula: The Musical? by Rick Abbot — Tamara Griffey, director

61st Season (2006-2007)

  • Laughter on the 23rd Floor by Neil Simon— Mark Allen-Everett, director
  • Morning’s at Seven by Paul Osborn — Tom Hurst, director
  • The Perfect Murder by Mike Johnson — John Lynd, director
  • See How They Run by Philip King — Rhesa Richards, director
  • The Robber Bridegroom book and lyrics by Alfred Uhry, music by Robert Waldman — Merrilee Drake, director
  • Summer Show: The Underpants adaptation by Steve Martin — Cynthia Lake, director

60th Season (2005-2006)

  • Harvey by Mary Chase — Mark Allen-Everett, director
  • That Darn Plot! by David Belke — Thomas Hurst, director
  • Black Coffee by Agatha Christie — John Lynd, director
  • Sylvia by A.R. Gurney — Tamara Griffey, director
  • Busybody by Jack Popplewell — Denise Morgan, director
  • Summer Show: Bullshot Crummond by Ron House, Diz White, John Neville-Andrews, Alan Shearman and Derek Cunningham — Cynthia Lake, director

59th Season (2004-2005)

  • Nunsense by Dan Goggin — Mark Allen-Everett, director
  • Second Stage Production:Breaking The Code by Hugh Whitemore — Rhesa Richards, director
  • Shadowlands by William Nicholson — Cynthia Lake, director
  • Over the River and Through the Woods by Joe DiPietro — Denise Morgan, director
  • Second Stage Production: The Best Christmas Pageant Ever by Barbara Robinson — Ralph Griffey, director
  • I’m Not Rappaport by Herb Gardner — Jeff Richards, director
  • Taking Steps by Alan Ayckbourn — Merilee Drake, director

58th Season (2003-2004)

  • Love, Sex and the IRS by William Van Zandt — Mark Allen-Everett, director
  • Second Stage Production: Frankenstein by Tim Kelly — Steven Sabel, director
  • The Dining Room by A.R. Gurney — Tamara Griffey, director
  • Second Stage Production: The Best Christmas Pageant Ever by Barbara Robinson — T. Joel Fairley, director
  • Lettice and Lovage by Peter Shaffer — Todd Paul Brown, director
  • The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 by John Bishop — Rhesa Richards, director
  • Corpse by Gerald Moon — Claudia Lake, director

57th Season (2002-2003)

  • Rumors by Neil Simon — Mark Allen-Everett, director
  • The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare — Steven Sabel, director
  • Wait Until Dark by Frederick Knott — Dick McCarty, director
  • Wally’s Café by Sam Bobrick and Ron Clark — Jeff Richards, director
  • Godspell by Stephen Schwartz — Rhesa Richards, director

56th Season (2001-2002)

  • The Fantasticks by Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt — Merrilee Drake, director
  • The Foreigner by Larry Shue — Rhesa Richards, director
  • The Real Inspector Hound by Tom Stoppard, and Black Comedy by Peter Shaffer — Teresa Dolan, director
  • The Tempest by William Shakespeare — Joel T. Fairley, director
  • The Unvarnished Truth by Royce Ryton — Claudia Lake, director
  • Summer Show: Deadwood Dick, or a Game of Gold by Tom Taggart — Steven Sabel, director

55th Season (2000-2001)

  • Moon Over Buffalo by Ken Ludwig — Claudia Lake, director
  • Goodbye Charlie by George Axelrod — Merrilee Drake, director
  • A Midsummer’s Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare — Carey Curtis Smith, director
  • Rough Crossing by Tom Stoppard — Teresa Dolan, director
  • Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat by Andrew Lloyd Weber and Tim Rice — Glen Johnson, director

54th Season (1999-2000)

  • Camping with Henry and Tom by Mark St. Germain — Tom Shelton, director
  • Guilty Conscience by Richard Levinson — Jeff Richards, director
  • Later Life by A.R. Gurney — Teresa Dolan, director
  • Come Blow Your Horn by Neil Simon — Howard Wilson, director
  • The Little Shop of Horrors book and lyrics by Howard Ashman, music by Alan Menken — Carey Curtis Smith, director, Glen Johnson, musical director

53rd Season (1998-1999)

  • No Sex Please,We’re British by Anthony Marrlott and Alistair Foot — Jeff Richards, director
  • The Sisters Rosensweig by Wendy Wasserstein — Teresa Dolan, director
  • Butterscotch by Barbara L. Smith — Howard Wilson, director
  • London Suite by Neil Simon — Amy Leeming and Dick McCarty, directors
  • A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim — Carey Curtis Smith, director, Kris Carlisle, musical director

52nd Season (1997-1998)

  • Marvin’s Room by Scott MacPherson — Robert Merrill, director
  • Don’t Dress for Dinner by Marc Camoletti and adapted by Robin Hawdon — Cynthia Lake, director
  • Something’s Afoot by James McDonald, David Vos and Paula Lockhart — Carey Curtis Smith, director
  • Stepping Out by Richard Harris — Gordon Hundley, director
  • The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde — Nancy Belk, director

51st Season (1996-1997)

  • I Remember You by Bernard Slade — Carey Curtis Smith, director
  • Dead Easy by Jack Popplewell — Claudia Lake, director
  • You Say Tomatoes by Bernard Slade — Mark Voegele, director
  • The Happy Time by Samuel Taylor — Amy Leeming, director

50th Season (1995-1996)

  • I Hate Hamlet by Paul Rudnick — Cynthia Lake, director
  • Mixed Emotions by Richard Baer — Jim Craw, director
  • Murderer by Anthony Shaffer — Ron Stewart, director
  • The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker by Liam O’Brien — Billie Daniels, director
  • Out of Order by Ray Cooney — Claudia Lake, director

49th Season (1994-1995)

  • Jake’s Women by Neil Simon — Ron Stewart, director
  • Dead Ringer by Charles Ross — Michael Charles, director
  • Hero in the House by Brenda Krantz — Howard Lake, director
  • Gigi by Anita Loos — Amy Leeming and Billie Daniel, directors
  • Lend Me a Tenor by Ken Ludwig — Claudia Lake, director

48th Season (1993-1994)

  • Legends by James Kirkwood — Howard Lake, director
  • Absurd Person Singular by Alan Ayckbourn — Michael Charles, director
  • The Cemetary Club by Ivan Menchell — Joe Camp, director
  • Post Mortem by Ken Ludwig — Claudia Lake, director
  • Love, Sex and the IRS by William Van Zandt and Jane Milmore — Doug Witt and Dick McCarty, directors

47th Season (1992-1993)

  • Rumors by Neil Simon — Claudia Lake, director
  • Bell, Book & Candle by John Van Druten — Bruce Burton, director
  • Almost Perfect by Jerry Mayer — Jim Craw, director
  • The Trip to Bountiful by Horton Foote — Doug Witt, director
  • Allocating Annie by Rick Abbot — Howard Lake, director

46th Season (1991-1992)

  • The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 by Brenda John Bishop — Claudia Lake, director
  • The Member of the Wedding by Carson McCullers — Dr. Paul Little, director
  • An Act of the Imagination by Bernard Slade — Amy Leeming, director
  • The Good Doctor by Neil Simon — Stuart Campbell, director
  • A Bad Year for Tomatoes by John Patrick — Doug Witt, director

45th Season (1990-1991)

  • Broadway Bound by Neil Simon — Nick Salpas, director
  • Jitters by David French — Michael Charles, director
  • Corpse by Gerald Moon — Claudia Lake, director
  • Aspirin and Elephants by Jerry Mayer — Jim Craw, director
  • Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling — Stuart Campbell, director

34th Season (1978-1979)

  • All Because of Agatha by Jonathan Troy — Dave Snyder, director
  • Savage Dilemma by John Patrick — Jim Craw, director
  • Cocktails with Mimi by Mary Chase — Nick Salpas, director
  • Here Lies Jeromy Troy by Jack Sharkey — Howard Lake, director
  • Visit to a Small Planet by Gore Vidal — Joe Camp, director

2nd Season (1946-1947)

  • The Damask Cheek by John Van Druten and Lloyd Morris
  • My Sister Eileen by Jerome Chodorov and Joseph Fields
  • George Washington Slept Here by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman

1st Season (1945)

  • Mr & Mrs North by Owen Davis, Frances Lockridge and Kichard Lockridge — Bernie Craven, director

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REDLANDS FOOTLIGHTERS SEASONS Second Draft 08/08/01

1947-48 AH, WILDERNESS (1947)
BLITHE SPIRIT (1947) Ida Pigot

1948-49 NIGHT MUST FALL (1948)
PETTICOAT FEVER (1948)
ALICE IN WONDERLAND (1948-49 Winter)
CLAUDIA (1949 – at the High School)

1949-50 ARSENIC & OLD LACE (1949 – at the High School) Sheldon Hebard
THE HASTY HEART (1949 – at the High School) Stuart Campbell
LITTLE WOMEN (1950 – at the YWCA) J. Nelson

1950-51 DEAR RUTH (1950 – at the YWCA) Stuart Campbell
KISS AND TELL (1950 – at the YWCA)
HARVEY (1951 – at the YWCA) Stuart Campbell
LIFE WITH FATHER (1951 – at the YWCA) Stuart Campbell

1951-52 TIME OUT FOR GINGER Joe Camp

At the GROVE THEATRE on Vine (also known as the Rainbow Movie Theater)
1952-53 THE CURIOUS SAVAGE (1952) Stuart Campbell
THE HAPPY TIME (1952) Stuart Campbell
NIGHT OF JANUARY 16 (1952) Stuart Campbell
RING AROUND ELIZABETH (1952)

1953-54 MR. BARRY’S ETCHINGS (Sept.) Jim Craw
BELL, BOOK & CANDLE (Nov.) Phyllis Stroud
SILVER WHISTLE (Feb.) Lee Royce
HEAVEN CAN WAIT (April) Lee Royce

1954-55 PAPA IS ALL (Sept.) Stuart Campbell
TWO BLIND MICE (Nov.) Lee Royce
MY THREE ANGELS (Feb.) Phyllis Stroud
SABRINA FAIR (April) Lee Royce

1955-56 RECLINING FIGURE (Sept.) Lee Royce
COUNTRY GIRL (Dec.) Phyllis Stroud
GOOD HOUSEKEEPING (Feb.) Benton Dayton
LIGHT UP THE SKY (April) Carl Deisenroth

1956-57 TENDER TRAP (Sept.) Russ Niggl, Billie Daniel
FIFTH SEASON (Nov.) Jim Craw
KING OF HEARTS (Feb.) Lee Royce
SOLID GOLD CADILLAC (April) Chuck Hargrove

1957-58 HASTY HEART (June – Summer) Stuart Campbell
WHITE SHEEP OF THE FAMILY (Sept.) Chuck Hargrove
THE CAINE MUTINY COURT MARTIAL (Nov.) Joe Camp
THE REMARKABLE MR. PENNYPACKER
(Feb.) Liam O’Brien Lee Royce
THE RAINMAKER (May) Lee Royce

1958-59 HARVEY (June – Summer) Mary Chase Stuart Campbell
PICNIC (Sept.) Stuart Campbell
THE MALE ANIMAL (Nov.) James Thurber Dick Wilkerson
GASLIGHT (Feb.) Chuck Hargrove
VISIT TO A SMALL PLANET (April) Gore Vidal Lee Royce

1959-60 GREAT SEBASTIAN (Sept.) Joe Camp
JOAN OF LORRAINE (Nov.) Lee Royce
JANUS (Feb.) Dick Wilkerson
GIGI (April) Billie Daniel

1960-61 INDISCREET (Sept.) Stuart Campbell
ONCE MORE WITH FEELING (Nov.) Dick Wilkerson
THE MAN IN THE DOG SUIT (Jan.) Joe Keefe
DIAL MFOR MURDER (March) Phyllis Stroud
GAZEBO (May) Joe Camp

1961-62 SEVEN YEAR ITCH (Sept.) Jodi Lugo
RELUCTANT DEBUTANT (Nov.) Dick Wilkerson
BUS STOP (Jan.) Joe Keefe
BORN YESTERDAY (March.) Jerry Blandino
MR. ROBERTS (May) Joe Camp

1962-63 DESK SET (Sept.) Stuart Campbell
DETECTIVE STORY (Nov.) Joe Camp
THIRD BEST SPORT (Jan.) Jodi Lugo
LOOK HOMEWARD ANGEL (March) Jerry Blandino
TEAHOUSE OF THE AUGUST MOON (May) Jodi Lugo

1963-64 DIRTY WORK AT THE CROSSROAD (July – Summer) Jodi Lugo
COME BLOW YOUR HORN (Sept.) Neil Simon Thayer Roberts
THE MIRACLE WORKER (Nov.) Billie Daniel
ROMAN CANDLE (Jan.) Joe Camp
SHOT IN THE DARK (March) Jodi Lugo
THE HAPPY TIME (May) Samuel Taylor Phyllis Stroud

1964-65 BRIDES OF MARCH (July – Summer) Jodi Lugo
SEND ME NO FLOWERS (Sept.) Mike Dixon
WRITE ME A MURDER (Nov.) Les Weinstein
GOLDEN FLEECING (Jan.) Joe Camp
SUNDAY IN NEW YORK (April) Jodi Lugo
TAKE HER, SHE’S MINE (May) Phyllis Stroud

1965-66 PURE AS THE DRIVEN SNOW (summer) Jodi Lugo
BREATH OF SPRING (Sept.) Les Weinstein
MAJORITY OF ONE (Nov.) Phyllis Stroud
THREE MEN ON A HORSE (Jan.) Joe Camp
MARY, MARY (March) Jodi Lugo
HOLE IN THE HEAD (May?) Dave Selva
DEADWOOD DICK (?) Jim Craw

1966-67 LO AND BEHOLD (Summer) Jodi Lugo
MY THREE ANGELS (Sept.) Jim Craw
ABSENCE OF A CELLO (Nov.) Dick Wilkerson
INHERIT THE WIND (Jan.) Jodi Lugo
A THOUSAND CLOWNS (March) Jerry Blandino
NEVER TOO LATE (May) Joe Camp

1967-68 EVERYBODY LOVES OPAL (Sept.) Jim Craw or Mike Dixon
WHO WAS THAT LADY I SAW YOU WITH? (Nov.) Howard Lake
SUBJECT WAS ROSES (Jan.) Stuart Campbell or Cliff Cabanilla
A RAINY DAY IN NEWARK
(or THE ODD COUPLE) (March) Jodi Lugo
BAREFOOT IN THE PARK (May) Neil Simon Dick Wilkerson

1968-69 THE BEST MAN (Sept.) Gore Vidal Jodi Lugo
PLEASURE OF HIS COMPANY (Nov.) Dick Wilkerson
STOP THE WORLD, I WANT TO GET OFF (Jan.) Stuart Campbell
WAIT UNTIL DARK (March) Howard Lake
IMPOSSIBLE YEARS (May) Jodi Lugo

1969-70 EVERYBODY’S GIRL (Sept.) Deane Finwall
25 years GENERATION (Nov.) Howard Lake
DON’T DRINK THE WATER (Jan.) Joe Camp
GIGI (March) Jodi Lugo
STAR-SPANGLED GIRL (May) Neil Simon Michael Charles

1970-71 ANY WEDNESDAY (Sept.) Dick Wilkerson
TOM JONES (Nov.) Michael Charles
BE YOUR AGE (Jan.) Joe Keefe
AGATHA SUE, I LOVE YOU (March) Jodi Lugo
CACTUS FLOWER (May) Howard lake

1971-72 PLAZA SUITE (Sept.) Cliff Cabanilla
THE ARMORED DOVE (Nov.) Jodi Lugo
SLEEP ON THE RUN WAY (Jan.) Joe Camp
ANNIVERSARY WALTZ (March) Joe Keefe
UNDER THE YUM YUM TREE (May) Jim Craw

1972-73 MARRIAGE-GO-ROUND (Sept.) Jodi Lugo
HIGH GROUND (Nov.) Joe Keefe
FORTY CARATS (Jan.) Jim Craw
NIGHT OF THE IGUANA (March) Tennessee Williams Jerry Blandino
NATURE’S WAY (May) Joe Camp

1973-74 YOU KNOW I CAN’T HEAR YOU WHEN
THE WATER’S RUNNING (Sept.) Jean Hyde
SEE HOW THEY RUN (Nov.) Cliff Cabanilla
EFFECTS OF GAMMA RAYS ON MAN IN
THE MOON MARIGOLDS (Jan.) Jerry Blandino
OPAL IS A DIAMOND (March) Jim Craw
HOW THE OTHER HALF LOVES (May) Jodi Lugo

1974-75 6 RMS RIV VU (Sept.) Dick Wilkerson
13 RUE de L’AMOUR (Nov.) Jodi Lugo
FINISHING TOUCHES (Jan.) Phyllis Stroud
BOEING, BOEING (March) Jim Craw
MERTON OF THE MOVIES (May) Nick Ormsby

1975-76 FOUR ON A GARDEN (Sept.) Dick Wilkerson
I NEVER SANG FOR MY FATHER (Nov.) Stuart Campbell
SUNSHINE BOYS (Jan.) Neil Simon Paul Little
LITTLE MARY SUNSHINE (March) Dave Snyder
DEADWOOD DICK (May) Jodi Lugo

1976-77 ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST (Sept.)
Dale Wasserman/Ken Kesey Jodi Lugo
THE WALTZ OF THE TOREADORS (Nov.) Cliff Cabanilla
GOODBYE CHARLIE (Jan.) George Axelrod Karl Icenogle
SUDDENLY AT HOME (March) Don Blair
UNDER PAPA’S PICTURE (May) George Tibbles Nick Salpas

1977-78 LAST OF THE RED HOT LOVERS (Sept.) Neil Simon Karl Icenogle
BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE (Nov.) Amy Leeming
HARVEY (Jan.) Mary Chase Joe Camp
SEND ME NO FLOWERS (March?) Jim Craw

1977-78 KISS OR MAKE UP (?) Howard Lake

1978-79 ALL BECAUSE OF AGATHA (Sept.) Dave Snyder
SAVAGE DILEMMA (Nov.) Jim Craw
COCKTAILS WITH MIMI (Jan.) Nick Salpas
HERE LIES JEREMY TROY (March) Howard Lake
VISIT TO A SMALL PLANET (May) Gore Vidal Joe Camp

1979-80 Dark season while constructing new Barton Road Theatre

In the new BARTON ROAD THEATRE
1980-81 THE CURIOUS SAVAGE (Sept.) Stuart Campbell
SAME TIME, NEXT YEAR (Nov.) Nick Salpas
DIVORCE ME, DARLING (Jan.) Jodi Lugo
CALIFORNIA SUITE (March) Neil Simon Joe Camp/J Snyder/Michael Charles
OH DAD, POOR DAD, MOM’S HUNG YOU IN THE CLOSET
AND WE’RE FEELING SO SAD (May) David Rabe Roger Salta

Summer of 1981 – Melodrama Festival Jim Craw, Jodi Lugo

1981-82 CHAPTER II (Sept.) Neil Simon Nick Salpas
BAREFOOT IN ATHENS (Nov.) Pat Ahern
MOUSETRAP (Jan.) Lorrie Deverian
ON GOLDEN POND (March) Jim Craw
TRIBUTE (May) Roger Santa

1982-83 FIJI (Summer) Jodi Lugo
DIRTY WORK AT THE CROSSROADS (Sept.) Ann Salpas
YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU (Nov.) L Von Wolfersdorf
COME BLOW YOUR HORN (Jan.) Neil Simon Nick Salpas
SLY FOX (March?) Pat Ahern

1983-84 LUNCH HOUR (Sept.) Jim Craw
BEDROOM FARCE (Nov.) Amy Leeming
THE HEIRESS (Jan.) Stuart Campbell
NIGHT WATCH (March) Howard Lake
MURDER AT THE HOWARD JOHNSON (May) Nick Salpas

1984-85 THE DRUNKARD (summer) Ann Salpas
SECOND TIME AROUND (Sept.) Nick Salpas
AN INSPECTOR CALLS (Nov.) Billie Daniel
PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD (Jan.) Stuart Campbell
MORNINGS AT SEVEN (March) Jim Craw
ARTICHOKE Patrick Ahern
MASS APPEAL (May?) Amy Leeming

1985-86 CRIMES OF THE HEART (summer) Stuart Campbell
LAURA (Sept.) Joyce Snyder
I OUGHT TO BE IN PICTURES (Nov.) Nick Salpas
THE PRICE (Jan.) Glen Miller
A LITTLE FAMILY BUSINESS (March) Jim Craw
VIKINGS (May) Glen Miller

1986-87 SUPPORTING CAST (Sept.) Sharon Wilson
STRANGE SNOW (Nov.) Stuart Campbell
ISN’T IT ROMANTIC (Jan.) Patrick Ahern
THE UNEXPECTED GUEST (March) Amy Leeming
BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS (May) Nick Salpas

1987-88 THE ODD COUPLE (Sept.) Nick Salpas
THE GREAT SEBASTIANS (Nov.) Joe Camp
WIND BETWEEN THE HOUSES (Jan.) Jim Craw
THE WINSLOW BOY (March) Amy Leeming
ALONE TOGETHER (May) Howard Lake

1988-89 BLYTHE SPIRIT (Sept.) Sharon Wilson McLean
A CASE OF LIBEL (Nov.) Joe Camp
THE FOREIGNER (Jan.) Larry Shue Nick Salpas
HOROWITZ and MRS. WASHINGTON (March) Howard Lake
THE SILVER WHISTLE (May) Jim Craw

1989-90 SOCIAL SECURITY (Sept.) Jim Craw
CROSSING DELANCEY (Nov.) Claudia Lake
THE RAINMAKER (Jan.) Arnold Brumley
SOLID GOLD CADILLAC (March) Joe Camp
A TALENT FOR MURDER (May) Sharon Wilson