Cady Huffman and Jim Brochu
(© Rick Stockwell)
Cady Huffman and Jim Brochu
(© Rick Stockwell)

Peccadillo Theater Company celebrated the opening of its production of The Man Who Came to Dinner with an after-party at Sardi's on Sunday, December 4.

In Moss Hart & George S. Kaufman's classic comedy, celebrated critic and radio personality Sheridan Whiteside slips on an icy doorstep while on a December lecture tour. Confined for several weeks of recovery at the Midwestern home of the utterly conventional Mr. and Mrs. Stanley, he proceeds to turn the family's life inside out with his incessant demands, long-distance phone calls. and parade of eccentric celebrity guests.

Dan Wackerman directs the production, which plays Theatre at St. Clement's through December 18.

The cast features Jim Brochu (Sheridan Whiteside), Cady Huffman (Lorraine Sheldon), Joseph R. Sicari (Banjo), Amy Landon (Maggie Cutler), Ira Denmark (Mr. Stanley), Scott Evans (Richard Stanley), Thursday Farrar (Sarah), Kevin Fugaro (Sandy), Jenna Gavigan (June Stanley), Kristin Griffith (Harriet Stanley), Susan Jeffries (Mrs. Ernest W. Stanley), Kristine Nevins (Miss Preen), John Seidman (Professor Metz), Carolyn Seiff (Mrs. McCutcheon), Jay Stratton (Bert Jefferson), Tony Triano (Dr. Bradley), Susan Varon (Mrs. Dexter), Reggie Whitehead (John), and John Windsor-Cunningham (Beverly Carlton).

Among the opening night guests were Moss Hart's son, Christopher Hart, along with Christopher's daughters Kathy Hart and Chris Hart.

For TheaterMania's review of the production, click here.

For tickets and more information, click here.


Ira Denmark and Susan Jeffries
(© Rick Stockwell)
Ira Denmark and Susan Jeffries
(© Rick Stockwell)

Peccadillo Theater Company celebrated the opening of its production of The Man Who Came to Dinner with an after-party at Sardi's on Sunday, December 4.

In Moss Hart & George S. Kaufman's classic comedy, celebrated critic and radio personality Sheridan Whiteside slips on an icy doorstep while on a December lecture tour. Confined for several weeks of recovery at the Midwestern home of the utterly conventional Mr. and Mrs. Stanley, he proceeds to turn the family's life inside out with his incessant demands, long-distance phone calls. and parade of eccentric celebrity guests.

Dan Wackerman directs the production, which plays Theatre at St. Clement's through December 18.

The cast features Jim Brochu (Sheridan Whiteside), Cady Huffman (Lorraine Sheldon), Joseph R. Sicari (Banjo), Amy Landon (Maggie Cutler), Ira Denmark (Mr. Stanley), Scott Evans (Richard Stanley), Thursday Farrar (Sarah), Kevin Fugaro (Sandy), Jenna Gavigan (June Stanley), Kristin Griffith (Harriet Stanley), Susan Jeffries (Mrs. Ernest W. Stanley), Kristine Nevins (Miss Preen), John Seidman (Professor Metz), Carolyn Seiff (Mrs. McCutcheon), Jay Stratton (Bert Jefferson), Tony Triano (Dr. Bradley), Susan Varon (Mrs. Dexter), Reggie Whitehead (John), and John Windsor-Cunningham (Beverly Carlton).

Among the opening night guests were Moss Hart's son, Christopher Hart, along with Christopher's daughters Kathy Hart and Chris Hart.

For TheaterMania's review of the production, click here.

For tickets and more information, click here.


Joseph R. Sicari, Kathy Hart, Jim Brochu, Christopher Hart, and Chris Hart
(© Rick Stockwell)
Joseph R. Sicari, Kathy Hart, Jim Brochu, Christopher Hart, and Chris Hart
(© Rick Stockwell)

Peccadillo Theater Company celebrated the opening of its production of The Man Who Came to Dinner with an after-party at Sardi's on Sunday, December 4.

In Moss Hart & George S. Kaufman's classic comedy, celebrated critic and radio personality Sheridan Whiteside slips on an icy doorstep while on a December lecture tour. Confined for several weeks of recovery at the Midwestern home of the utterly conventional Mr. and Mrs. Stanley, he proceeds to turn the family's life inside out with his incessant demands, long-distance phone calls. and parade of eccentric celebrity guests.

Dan Wackerman directs the production, which plays Theatre at St. Clement's through December 18.

The cast features Jim Brochu (Sheridan Whiteside), Cady Huffman (Lorraine Sheldon), Joseph R. Sicari (Banjo), Amy Landon (Maggie Cutler), Ira Denmark (Mr. Stanley), Scott Evans (Richard Stanley), Thursday Farrar (Sarah), Kevin Fugaro (Sandy), Jenna Gavigan (June Stanley), Kristin Griffith (Harriet Stanley), Susan Jeffries (Mrs. Ernest W. Stanley), Kristine Nevins (Miss Preen), John Seidman (Professor Metz), Carolyn Seiff (Mrs. McCutcheon), Jay Stratton (Bert Jefferson), Tony Triano (Dr. Bradley), Susan Varon (Mrs. Dexter), Reggie Whitehead (John), and John Windsor-Cunningham (Beverly Carlton).

Among the opening night guests were Moss Hart's son, Christopher Hart, along with Christopher's daughters Kathy Hart and Chris Hart.

For TheaterMania's review of the production, click here.

For tickets and more information, click here.


The cast of The Man Who Came to Dinner
(© Rick Stockwell)
The cast of The Man Who Came to Dinner
(© Rick Stockwell)

Peccadillo Theater Company celebrated the opening of its production of The Man Who Came to Dinner with an after-party at Sardi's on Sunday, December 4.

In Moss Hart & George S. Kaufman's classic comedy, celebrated critic and radio personality Sheridan Whiteside slips on an icy doorstep while on a December lecture tour. Confined for several weeks of recovery at the Midwestern home of the utterly conventional Mr. and Mrs. Stanley, he proceeds to turn the family's life inside out with his incessant demands, long-distance phone calls. and parade of eccentric celebrity guests.

Dan Wackerman directs the production, which plays Theatre at St. Clement's through December 18.

The cast features Jim Brochu (Sheridan Whiteside), Cady Huffman (Lorraine Sheldon), Joseph R. Sicari (Banjo), Amy Landon (Maggie Cutler), Ira Denmark (Mr. Stanley), Scott Evans (Richard Stanley), Thursday Farrar (Sarah), Kevin Fugaro (Sandy), Jenna Gavigan (June Stanley), Kristin Griffith (Harriet Stanley), Susan Jeffries (Mrs. Ernest W. Stanley), Kristine Nevins (Miss Preen), John Seidman (Professor Metz), Carolyn Seiff (Mrs. McCutcheon), Jay Stratton (Bert Jefferson), Tony Triano (Dr. Bradley), Susan Varon (Mrs. Dexter), Reggie Whitehead (John), and John Windsor-Cunningham (Beverly Carlton).

Among the opening night guests were Moss Hart's son, Christopher Hart, along with Christopher's daughters Kathy Hart and Chris Hart.

For TheaterMania's review of the production, click here.

For tickets and more information, click here.