by Lyle Kessler
March 13 - 30, 2014
Two brothers live in a house in North Philly. Although adults, there is something child-like about these orphans. The eldest supports himself and his slightly retarded brother by petty thievery. One night he brings home a rich older man to get him drunk and rob him. It turns out that the man, Harold is very rich and on the lam from a hitman. Harold establishes the house as a base of operations and, in a strange, hilarious and moving way, becomes the father figure the boys have always yearned for.
" . . . a superbly harrowing production . . . "
- Megan Grumbling, The Portland Phoenix READ MORE
"Haunting and poignant . . . Mad Horse Theatre is to be congratulated for the range of its repertoire and the fearlessness of its programming"
- Carla Sullwold, Broadway World READ MORE
" . . . a tough, engrossing and ultimately rewarding night at the theater"
- Steve Feeney, Portland Press Herald READ MORE
Cast and Crew
Philip Dylan Chestnutt
Treat Nathan Speckman
Harold Mike Kimball
Director Chris Horton
Stage & Production Manager Jennifer Halm-Perazone
Set & Properties Designer Stacey Koloski
Costume Designer Christine Louise Marshall
Lighting & Sound Designer Tom Wyatt
Poster Photography Tom Wyatt
Assistant Stage Manager Allison McCall
Carpenter Scott Leland
Graphic Designer Stacey Collins
Robinson, Kriger & McCallum, Attorneys at Law
Specs for Less
Coffee By Design
The Portland Phoenix