The play concerns the effects that a charismatic young drifter has on a small Kansas town on the eve of a Labor Day picnic.
The cast includes Annabel Armour (Helen), Hillary Clemens (Millie), Hannah Dworkin (Rosemary), Robert Fagin (Alan), Samantha Gleisten (Irma), Marc Grapey (Howard), Alyson Green (Christine), Boyd Harris (Hal), Natasha Lowe (Flo), Bridgette Pechman (Madge), and Bubba Weiler (Bomber). The designers are Jack Magaw (scenic), Janice Pytel (costumes), Keith Parham (lighting), and Rick Sims (sound).
Cromer has previously directed Writers' Theatre's productions of The Price and Booth. His highly acclaimed production of Adding Machine recently enjoyed a successful run in New York, winning four OBIE Awards, including Best Direction and four Lucille Lortel Awards, including Outstanding Director.
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