This 1964 experimental satire took aim at every target on the American cultural scene of the moment -- conformity, psychology, race relations, greed, religion and politics. Esparza will play J. Bowden Hapgood, with Foster as Nurse Fay Apple and Murphy as Cora Hoover Hooper. Blumenkrantz will be Treasurer Cooley, Conlee will play Police Chief Magruder, and Hibbert will play Comptroller Schub.
The cast will also include Clyde Alves, Tanya Birl, Holly Ann Butler, J. Austin Eyer, Sara Ford, Lisa Gajda, Stephanie Gibson, Linda Griffin, Karen Hyland, Natalie King, Grasan Kingsberry, Max Kumangai, Michael Marcotte, Joseph Medeiros, Denny Paschall, Monica L. Patton, Steve Schepis, Eric Sciotto, Tally Sessions, Brian Shepard, Dana Steingold, Brandon Tyler, Anthony Wayne, and Patrick Wetzel.
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