Jake's Women - logoJake's Women
by Neil Simon

Oct. 13 - Nov. 4, 1995
Directed by Rhonda Clark

Jake’s Women is a Neil Simon's semi-autobiographical play centering on the relationships of a talented but troubled author. It is comprised of a series of internal conversations between Jake and the women in his life, interspersed with the occasional "reality break" or side commentary to the audience. In moments of need, Jake calls each of the women, sometimes several at a time, to work with him through his flaws and follies.




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  Jon Womastek
Maggie   Vikki Simer
Karen   I.J. "Cookie" Corn
Molly (at 12)   Velinda Godfrey
Molly (at 21)   Lynn Mitchell
Edith   Jody McCoy
Julie   Jodi Nelson
Sheila   Kym Koch
Molly Understudy   Kimberly Welker


Director   Rhonda Clark
Scene Design   Nick Backes
Light Design & Set Construction   Joe Daleo
Stage Manager   Sally Blevins
Costumes   Mary Freeh
Props & Sound Board   Mona Cross
Light Board Operator   Bob Cross
Publicity Photos   Bruce Berman
CST Tech Director   Joe Daleo
Asst. Tech Dir.   JoLynne Lair
Theatre Manager   Ron Martin


John Baum - Beau Williams - General Furniture Leasing - Kenna Green - Suzanne Charney - Doobie Potter & Joe Long - Dorothy Hammert - Mr. & Mrs. John Godfrey - Mike Cottrell - Casady School - Josiah Charney

Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.


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