By A.R. Gurney
The play takes place one evening in the home of the Husband and Wife.
SEXUAL PERVERSITY IN CHICAGO
By David Mamet
.Jeffrey Woerner, Jr.
(*The role of Joan was subsequently played by Stacey Joy for the final weekend of the run.)
The action of the play takes place in various spots around the North Side of Chicago, approximately nine weeks during the Summer of 1982.
The plays will be performed with one intermission.
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PAUL ZELLER (Husband)
Paul is pleased to make his debut with JCTC. Favorite roles include Chris in All My Sons, Ken in Fifth of July, Hinckley in Assassins, Frump in How To Succeed
and Paul in Company. Directing credits include How I Learned To Drive, Plunge, The Curious Savage, Other Peoples Money, and Bomber Jackets. Paul currently serves as board member for the Attic Ensemble in Jersey City, where he will direct the world premiere of Family, Frying pans and The F.B.I. in April. He would like to thank Ken and Terri for making this an enjoyable experience.
TERRI STURTEVANT (Wife)
Terri has been acting for over forty years. She spent her twenties in Connecticut, teaching high school French and performing in summer stock. Since moving to NJ, she has enjoyed raising her 2 sons (Adam & Geoff), while acting in over 100 Community, Regional and Summer Theatre productions. Terri was excited to win this years Perry Award of Outstanding Lead Actress in a Play for her portrayal of Bessie in Marvins Room. Other favorite roles include: Bella in Lost in Yonkers, Lucille in Gemini, Claudia in Nuts, Madam Arcati in Blithe Spirit, and Martha in Whos Afraid of Virginia Wolf? with Ron Palillo.
JEFFREY WOERNER,JR. (Danny)
Jeffrey is a 14 year resident of Dunellen, Jeffrey was last seen here as Jinx in JCTCs inaugural production of Forever Plaid. He was a student at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City, where he studied acting and voice. Local audiences may remember seeing him in the productions of Joseph
(Benjamin), Annie (Bert Healy), Bye, Bye Birdie (Conrad) and The Pajama Game (Sid Sorkin) at Dunellen High School. He was nominated for the Paper Mill Playhouse Rising Star Award for his performance in Annie. Jeffrey would like to thank everyone who made this production possible and everyone who always supports all that he doesespecially his mother and father.
KEN DiDARIO (Bernie)
Born in Plainfield, Ken has appeared in commercials, film and well over 70 plays at regional and professional theatres. Some of his favorite leading roles have been in such plays as Happy Birthday, Wanda June, Jimmy Shine, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Lark, Barefoot in the Park, Never Too Late, Come Blow Your Horn, Charleys Aunt, Catch Me If You Can, One Flew Over The Cukoos Nest and Say Goodnight, Gracie. Ken also wrote, designed and starred in Yuletide Hearts, an original holiday play named one of the best new plays for N.J.s 1997 professional theatre season by The Star Ledger, at Hunterdon Hills Playhouse, where he also recently wrote, designed and directed The Music of America. Ken was last seen on this stage as George in Same Time, Next Year.
AMY CONNOLLY (Joan)
A native of Hunterdon County, Amy attended Boston College, where she choreographed for the B.C. Dance Ensemble, and also attended the University of San Diego. She has performed with the Metropolitan Musical Theatre in productions of Grease and Theyre Playing Our Song. She has also been seen at Hunterdon Hills Playhouse in A Playhouse Christmas and as Barbara in Nuptials. Amys favorite role is that of Mom to her two sons, Max and Ian. To Mitch: thanks for being my sunshine.
Megan Muckelmann (Deborah)
Megan has a BFA in Acting from Montclair State University where she won the Denis K.
McDonald award for her performances as Evelyn in Kindertransport and Miss Brodie in The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. She has also studied at the National Shakespeare Conservatory and currently studies voice with Sharon Reynolds. Megan has appeared in radio commercials, several independent films and an audio series. She has also appeared in the Off-Off Broadway production of Unwanted: The Very Ugly Duckling at Vital Theatre, Kitty in Nuptials at the Hunterdon Hills Playhouse, and the Teenage Greek Chorus in The Theater Project's production of How I Learned to Drive. She currently is a part of the Hot Air tour from Playwrights Theatre of NJ. Megan is extremely excited about this opportunity to work with the wonderful people of Jersey Central Theatre.