Based on the film by Roger Kumble Created by Jordan Ross, Lindsey Rosin, & Roger Kumble

Directed by Adrian Abel Azevedo Music Direction by Isabella Isherwood Choreography by Laura Savage

The video or audio recording of this performance is strictly prohibited. 

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Kolby Cardwell

Abby Denault

Maddison Denault

Niki-Charisse Franco

Lucas "Looch" Johnson

Elizabeth Lesinski

Justin McPike

David Moreland

Anabella Oddo

Jimmy Romano

Erika Rose

Jaxson Smith

Joshua Pablo Szabo

Maxel Schingen

TJ Tapp

Kelcy Taylor


 Stage Management: Emily Marrazzo (She/Her) 

Asst. Stage Manager: Kendyl Meyer (They/Them) 

Scenic Designer: Mara Ishihara Zinky (She/Her) 

Costume Designer: Uriel Gomez (He/Him)

Lighting Designer: G “Max” Maxin IV (He/Him)

Asst. Lighting Designer: Leo Aranda (He/Him)

Properties Designer: Katie Gallegos (She/Her) 

Sound Designer: Michael J. Patrick (He/Him)

Intimacy Designer: Kirsten Baity (They/Them)

Production Manager: Erik Strebig (They/Them)

Sound Engineer: Lynsy Folckomer (She/Her)

Scenic Painter: David Geinosky (He/Him)

Casting Associate: Brennan Urbi (He/They)


Micky York  – Keys
Bobby Dietz  – Keys
Sam Schacker – Guitar
Mike Lockler – Guitar
Ethan Davila  – Bass
John McCreary – Drums


Producing Artistic Director:
Derek Van Barham 

Artistic Associates:
Adrian Abel Azevedo,
Leda Hoffmann 

Executive Producer:
Scot Kokandy 

Technical Consultant:
Ben Hinc 

Public Relations:
David Rosenberg 

Graphic Designer, Web Manager:
Jeff Meyer 

Board of Directors:
Allison Hendrix,
Katie Svaicer,
Preston Cropp,
Scot Kokandy 

Kokandy Productions was founded in 2012 by Allison Hendrix, John Glover, and Scot Kokandy. 


KOLBY CARDWELL (u/s Ensemble)

Kolby (any pronouns) is a rising junior at Roosevelt University en route to their BFA in Musical Theater! They are absolutely thrilled to be making their Chicago and professional debut this summer with Kokandy. They want to thank their Family, Kara, and Sebastian for their unconditional love and support in every venture. @KOLBYYYCARDWELL

ABBY DENAULT (u/s Kathryn/Mrs Caldwell)

Abby (she/her) is ecstatic to join this insanely talented cast! Other highlights include RENT (Maureen), Carrie: The Musical (Chris), Rocky Horror (Janet), and Legally Blonde (Elle, Paulette). Abby holds a Commercial Vocal Performance degree from Millikin University and a Human Resources Management degree from Colorado State University. She uses both degrees in working with band 7th Anomaly and as a recruiter for JP Morgan Chase. “Love and glitter to all my supporters especially Jason, Brandon, Nikki, Opal, Mom, Chloe, Eric, Auntie Sheri, Uncle Daryl, Elphie, & Lord Stark!”

MADDISON DENAULT (Kathryn Merteuil)

Maddison (she/her) is overjoyed to be making her professional debut with Kokandy! Maddison graduated with a BFA in Musical Theatre Performance from Columbia College in 2020. She was most recently seen in Haven Theatre’s Rocky Horror Picture Party (“Columbia”).  Some of her favorite roles include: The Wild Party (“Kate”), Allegro (“Charlie Townsend”), Flight (“ensemble”), and performing with The Beautiful City Project. “I couldn’t do this without Jayce, Bryce, and my wonderful parents.” To stay updated, follow @MaddisonDenault and watch for future performances (very soon!) at


Niki-Charisse (she/her) is a Chicago native and a University of Iowa Theatre Alumni. She is so excited to be making her Kokandy debut this summer! Her favorite past credits include: Heather’s: The Musical (“Heather Chandler”), American Idiot (“Whatsername”), Striking 12 (“The Little Match Girl”) and Spring Awakening (“Ilse”). As always, Niki-Charisse would like to thank her family and friends who have supported her all these years!

LUCAS LOOCH JOHNSON (Ronald, through June 25)

Lucas (he/him) is a French/ American actor, drummer, who holds a BFA from The Chicago College of Performing Arts. He was in the 2020 and 2021 production of Hundred Days with Kokandy and is excited to be working with them again. Other past projects include: Theatre- Peter and the Star Catcher (Prentis), Murdering Macbeth (Doctor). Film- Sour Patch Kids (York Productions), The Big Leap (FOX) Lacy’s Christmas Do-Over (Golan Productions), Games for children ( M&C Productios), and Write B!tch (Snack Shack Productions). He’d like to thank his family and friends here and over seas for the endless support. Spread Love. DDO Artists Agency.


Elizabeth (she/her) is so excited to be working with Kokandy for the first time! Liz is a proud ensemble member with Hell in a Handbag. Some of her favorite roles include: Miracle! (“Annie Sullivan”), Lady X the Musical (“Emmy Lou”), Poseidon! An Upside Down Musical (“Linda Rogo”), and The Drag Seed (“Wendy Breeze”) which recently had a two week run at La Mama Experimental Theater Club in NYC. Much love to Danni, Grayson, Hazel, and Emy!

JUSTIN GREY MCPIKE (Ensemble, Blaine u/s)

Justin (he/they) is a Non-Binary performer and a recent graduate of Columbia College Chicago with a BFA in Musical Theatre Performance. They are so excited to make their professional debut with this fun, flirty world and fantastic cast and team! Some past on-campus credits include: A Man of No Importance (“Ensemble/Baldy u/s), Allegro (“Ensemble”), and Roll With It: A New Musical (“Theo”). Justin is also a Burlesque Performer at The Annoyance Theatre. They want to thank their mother, and partner for always believing in them!


David (he/him) is thrilled to be making his Kokandy debut in Cruel Intentions! Past Credits Include:  Don’t Dress For Dinner “Robert” (Brightside Theatre) Bomber’s Moon “Lloyd” The Elephant Man “Dr. Frederick Treves” (Williams Street Rep) A Christmas Carol “Fred/Young Scrooge” The Mousetrap “Giles” (Metropolis Performing Arts) Heathers “J.D.” (Theater Pops). Special thank you to all friends and family, and of course Abby for all their continued support. Enjoy the show!


Anabella (she/her) is elated to be making her Kokandy debut this summer with Cruel Intentions! As a recent graduate of the Chicago College of Performing Arts (BFA Musical Theater), she is eager to begin this new chapter in her professional career. She would like to thank her friends and family for their continuous love and support.

JIMMY ROMANO (Greg McConnell, Sebastian Valmont u/s)

Jimmy (he/him) is totally stoked to be making his Kokandy debut in Cruel Intentions. His Chicago credits include: Legally Blonde (“Warner Huntington III”), and Love’s Labour’s Lost (“Costard”). He recently graduated from The Chicago College of Performing Arts with a BFA in Musical Theatre. Endless applause for the entire Cruel team, the Chopin Theatre, and the audience who make it all happen. Love to my family, always! DDO Artists Agency. @romanojimmy

ERIKA ROSE (u/s Annette/Cecile)

Erika (she/her) is a Chicago-based singing actor and is absolutely thrilled to be making her debut in the Chicago scene with the Kokandy team. Erika graduated from DePaul University School of Music in the heat of the pandemic in 2020 with a masters in vocal performance and has sung and performed in concerts and operas throughout Europe and the UK.

MAXEL SCHINGEN (Ronald, starting June 30)

Maxel (he/they) is a Chicago based performer from Tulsa, Oklahoma. In Oklahoma, Maxel was heavily involved with community based organizations focused on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Chicago credits include “Simon” in the World Premier Musical: Mary Rose, “Solomon” in Speech and Debate, “Bob” in Bob: A Life in Five Acts. Tulsa credits include Henson in Ragtime and Annas in Jesus Christ Superstar. Maxel graduated with his B.F.A. in Musical Theatre at the Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt in 2022.

JAXSON SMITH (Ensemble, Greg u/s)

Jaxson (he/him) is a current sophomore at Roosevelt Chicago College of the Performing Arts where he is studying for a BFA in musical theater with a dance concentration. This is his first professional experience, and debut show in Chicago. He is so excited to be working with the company and the amazing cast. He could have not asked for a better first experience in the city.

JOSH PABLO SZABO (Blaine Tuttle)

Josh (he/they) is thrilled to be making their Kokandy Productions debut! Some credits include: Evita (Drury Lane Theatre), Ragtime (Music Theater Works), Dex & Abby (Pride Films and Plays), Hello Again (Theo Ubique), and Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story (Metropolis). Josh blurs the lines between TV, Film, and Theatre and you may have recently seen them in McDonald’s newest hiring campaign. Josh earned their BFA in Musical Theatre Performance from Columbia College Chicago. Special thanks to their dad and Westley, “your constant support is my fuel!” Follow their journey: @joshpabloszabo. Represented by Shirley Hamilton Inc.

TJ TAPP (Ensemble, Dance Captain)

TJ (she/her) is so excited to make her Kokandy debut with Cruel Intentions! Her performance credits include Kiss Me, Kate (Marriott Theatre), Chicago Sings Rock & Roll Broadway, DoReMi (Porchlight Music Theatre); Legally Blonde (Metropolis Performing Arts Centre) and she is a graduate of Chicago College of Performing Arts, BFA Musical Theatre: Dance. Thanks Ma! @tj.tapp


Kelcy (she/her) is a recent graduate of the musical theatre program at Columbia College Chicago. She is ecstatic to be making her professional Chicago debut in Cruel Intentions alongside this incredible team of creatives. Some of her favorite credits include: The Addams Family (“Wednesday”), Cabaret (“Lulu”), and Seussical (“Sour Kangaroo”). Kelcy is forever grateful for her support system for always standing by her side.



ROGER KUMBLE (he/him) began his career as a playwright in 1993 with the Hollywood satire Pay or Play, which garnered him the LA Weekly Award for Best Comic Writing. His second play, 1997’s d girl, starring David Schwimmer, earned him four Drama-logue Awards. In 2003, Kumble completed his Hollywood trilogy with the critically acclaimed Turnaround, again starring David Schwimmer, which sold out its entire run in Los Angeles. His 2011 play, Girls Talk was a satire on LA private schools and was mentioned by the LA Times as one of the best plays of that year. Kumble made his feature-film-directorial debut with 1999’s Sony Pictures box-office hit, Cruel Intentions, his adaptation of Choderlos De Laclos’ Les Liaisons Dangereuses, starring Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ryan Phillippe, Reese Witherspoon and Selma Blair; his screenplay transposed the French classic to modern New York. He followed with the Sony Pictures comedy The Sweetest Thing, starring Cameron Diaz & Christina Applegate; New Line Cinema’s Just Friends, starring Ryan Reynolds and Anna Faris; Disney’s College Road Trip starring Martin Lawrence; Furry Vengeance, Netflix’s Falling Inn Love and Voltage Picture’s After We Collided, which was one of the most profitable films of 2021. He recently wrapped production on Voltage Pictures’ Beautiful Disaster, which he adapted and directed from the novel. Television directing credits include episodes of EntourageSuits, and Pretty Little Liars. He is a graduate of Northwestern University and lives in Los Angeles with his wife Mary and three children.

LINDSEY ROSIN (she/her) is a professional writer, director, lyricist, producer and author. She recently sold a half-hour television pilot entitled Lexapros and Cons to AwesomenessTV, which she co-wrote along with Aaron Karo based on his YA novel of the same name. She is set to write and executive produce the forthcoming series. She is also currently writing a jukebox musical feature film for Netflix and developing a soapy, one-hour TV series with Lionsgate and Temple Hill. She was a writer on season one and two of Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist and was nominated for an Emmy in 2021 for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics for a song she co-wrote for the series entitled “Crimson Love.” In the past few years, she has written and developed numerous tv pilots, including projects for ABC, NBC, CBS, Freeform, MTV and Syfy. In 2016 she co-wrote, and co-executive produced a television pilot for NBC based on the movie Cruel Intentions. She also co-created and directed Cruel Intentions: The Musical, which originally premiered in Los Angeles in 2015 before running off-Broadway from 2017-2018 and embarking on its first national tour in 2019. In the summer of 2019, the show premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Theater Festival where it won an audience award for Best Musical. An Australian production of Cruel Intentions: The Musical will tour Melbourne and Sydney in 2022. Lindsey’s debut novel, Cherry, a coming-of-age, laugh-out-loud tale of first times, last chances, and the enduring friendships that make it all worthwhile, was published by Simon Pulse in 2016 and has since been published in the U.K., Italy, Spain and France. Lindsey began her writing career as a young playwright, having won numerous statewide and nationwide young playwriting competitions. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Josh, her almost two-year-old daughter, Helen, her two-month-old son, Judah, and her adorable poodle-mix, Dodger. She is a member of the WGA and ASCAP and is represented by ICM, Underground Management and Gang, Tyre, Ramer, Brown & Passman, Inc.

JORDAN ROSS SCHINDLER (he/him) is a Writer/Producer from the Philly suburbs who is unapologetically stuck in The WB-era of television and proud of it. He got his start in musical theatre in 2015 as the co-creator of CRUEL INTENTIONS: THE ʻ90S MUSICAL. Since then, Cruel has played Off-Broadway, recorded an original cast album, toured nationally, and its first UK company won BroadwayWorldʼs Best Musical Production at the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. After co-writing NBCʼs 2016 “CRUEL INTENTIONS” sequel pilot, which starred Sarah Michelle Gellar, Jordan joined the writersʼ room for the final season of Eʼs THE ROYALS. Currently, heʼs developing a dramedy pilot for MGM TELEVISION and is a Co-Producer on Netflix’s upcoming teen drama MY LIFE WITH THE WALTER BOYS.


Adrian (he/him) is a freelance director, producer and teaching artist in the Chicagoland area, originally from Southern California. He has worked in this community for over 10 years and is an Artistic Associate with Kokandy Productions. He is an alumni of Columbia College Chicago. He has directed, produced and taught for Chicagoland theatre companies including Goodman Theatre, Porchlight Music Theatre, Steppenwolf Theatre, Steep Theatre, Northlight Theatre, Kokandy Productions, Teatro Vista and Music Theatre Works. Upcoming: Zorro the Musical at Music Theatre Works, the world premiere of Aztec Human Sacrifice at CityLit Theatre, RENT at Porchlight Music Theatre. Follow him on IG: @adrian_abel_directs.


Isabella (she/her)  is a Chicago-based music director, vocal coach, actor, and jazz pianist/vocalist. She has had the great privilege of sharing her music in venues both at home and internationally. Isabella is thrilled to be making her Kokandy debut with this incredible team. So much love to her family for their endless support, and to Kokandy and the Chopin for making this beautiful thing possible. Upcoming: Little Shop of Horrors at Citadel and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas at Theo Ubique. @isabella.Isherwood

LAURA SAVAGE (Choreographer)

Laura (she/her) has associate choreographed and dance captained at: Marriott Theatre, Paramount Theatre, and Drury Lane Theatre. She is a Jeff nominated actress and has performed in over 35 productions across the Chicagoland area. Laura also appeared on and choreographed for Fox’s hit show EMPIRE. Upcoming: Zorro at Music Theatre Works and Rent at Porchlight Music Theatre. @lauramsavage


Mara (she/her) is a Chicago-based scenic designer. Her most shows include Last Hermanos at A Red Orchid Theatre and Once Upon A Mattress at Theo Ubique. After graduating from The Theatre School at DePaul University, she was the 2017-2018 properties fellow at The Berkeley Repertory Theatre. Her work as a props artisan can also be seen onstage at The Goodman, Chicago Shakespeare, and Steppenwolf.

URIEL GOMEZ (Costume Designer)

Uriel (he/him) Design credits include the Chicago premieres of The Madres, The Wolf At The End Of The Block, Parachute Men (Teatro Vista);  De Troya, The River Bride (Halcyon Theatre); Mike Pence Sex Dream, Refrigerator, Dontrell Who Kissed the Sea (First Floor Theatre) and many more. He would like to thank his friends, and family for all their support. For more information & designs please visit

Max (he/him) is a lighting & visual media designer based out of Chicago. and a full time instructor at Northeastern Illinois University. He is the NEIU Stage Center’s Resident Lighting & Projections Designer and has received an Instructor Excellence Award for teaching. After a decade in Chicago, Max has created over 200 designs on over 125 professional & educational productions. A founding member of Another Door Theatre Project, he worked for 3 years as their Head of Production/Resident Scenographer. Max also spent 2 summers designing lighting for La Musica Lirica, a touring opera company in Novafeltria, Italy. Awards & Nominations: Non-Equity Jeff Award Best Musical Boho’s Big Fish, Lighting & Projection; Jeff Nom. Best Projection for American Blue’s The Absolute Brightness…; Non-Equity Jeff Award Nom. Best Projection for Black Button Eyes’ Ghost Quartet; Non-Equity Jeff Nom. Best Lighting for Boho’s Cyrano & Urinetown. Favorite design projects at Mercury, American Blues, Theatre at the Center, Cincinnati Shakespeare, Kokandy, BoHo, Steppenwolf Garage, Black Button Eyes,, NEIU, Northwestern, & DePaul. | YouTube- IV Real Productions | Twitter- ivReal1

MICHAEL J. PATRICK (Sound Designer)

Michael (he/him) is a Jeff Nominated sound designer and is thrilled to be back working with Music Theater Works. He has worked with other theaters including Kokandy Productions, Chicago Shakespeare, Theater at the Center, and Milwaukee Repertory Theater. He has designed and engineered numerous corporate events for companies, including Facebook, Wintrust, Pfizer, Baird, Verizon, and Abbvie. Michael is also the president of Concert Sound Systems, a Chicago-based audio-visual, equipment rental, and installation company serving theatrical and corporate needs. For further information, please visit

KIRSTEN BAITY (Intimacy Designer)

Kirsten (they/them) is a multifaceted theatre hustler focused on intimacy design, theatre education, and playwriting. Selected choreography credits include The Magnolia Ballet (Aboutface Theatre) Sugar in Our Wounds (Richmond Triangle Players), Airline Highway (Illinois Wesleyan University), and Stonewallin’ (Richmond Triangle Players). They have consulted on productions and developed consent-based workshops with The Illinois Caucus for Adolescent Health, For Youth Inquiry, Life Span, and Illinois Domestic Violence Hotline. Kirsten is a proud member of the Intimacy Coordinators of Color cohort and About Face Theatre’s Green Room Collective. Kirsten is an advocate for creating a culture of consent and harm reduction in every aspect of theatre. They center their work around the joy and liberation of marginalized people. For more info, check out

KATIE GALLEGOS (Properties Designer)

Katie (she/her) is a maker and sewer residing in Chicago. With a degree in Film, she is drawn towards visual storytelling and world building and extends that interest into theater. When not working on productions she is making and selling wares under the artist name K8e’s Playhouse.

EMILY MARRAZZO (Stage Manager)

Emily Marrazzo (she/hers) is thrilled to be making her Kokandy debut with Cruel Intentions! She has been stage managing throughout Chicago for the past three years, and could not be more grateful to the Kokandy cast, creative, and production teams for welcoming her into this process. Many thanks to her friends, family, and Abby for all of your love and support. Let’s make this a cruel summer!

ERIK STREBIG (Production Manger)

Erik (they/them) is jazzed to be working with Kokandy for the first time. A graduate of Roosevelt University (CCPA), Erik is a multi-hyphenated theatrical artist, nomad, and devotee of The Artists Way. Chicago credits include: Lookingglass Theatre Co, The Auditorium Theatre, The Empire Room(Palmer House), Rivendell Theatre, About Face Theatre, The MCA, The CSO, and Davenports Piano Bar and Cabaret (6 years, Technical Director). New York Credits include: Shades of Buble: Live Onstage National Tour (Production Stage Manager), Don’t Tell Mama (4 years, Technical Direction), and 3 fabulous years at Club Cumming (by Alan Cumming).

ALAN WESTHEOFF (Technical Director)

Alan (he/him) is very excited to be returning to Kokandy Productions where he previously built the sets for Hundred Days and Grand Hotel. Recent Chicago credits include The Luckiest, and The Last Pair of Earlies (Raven Theatre); Rasheeda Speaking (Shattered Globe Theatre); Laced (About Face Theatre); and Godspell, Once Upon a Mattress and 8-Track (Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre).

KENDYL MEYER (Assistant Stage Manager)

Kendyl (they/them) is stoked to be apart of this incredible team for the summer! This is their first show with Kokandy. Previously, they’ve ASM’d for Lakeside Shakespeare Theatre and stage managed multiple productions in college at CCPA, where they graduated from in 2020. They’d like to thank their family friends cats and superstar sm emily for asking them to be part of all this nonsense. IG: @kendylmakenzi 

DAVID GEINOSKY (Scenic Painter)

David (he/him) is pleased to join Kokandy’s team. Previous painting for Chicagoland companies include- Big Noise Theater, The Metropolis Performing Arts Center, Music Theater Works, and The Mercury Theater. When David is not performing he works year round as scenic designer, properties master and costumer for children’s theater, throughout the northwest suburbs.

BRENNAN URBI (Casting Associate)

Brennan (he/they) is excited to be working with Kokandy again, but this time behind the scenes. B has recently appeared with Kokandy on stage in Hundred Days. Previously B had been acting and directing around Chicago and is currently performing Shakespeare out in the mountains. Congrats to the extremely talented cast and crew 🙂 For more check out 

DEREK VAN BARHAM (Producing Artistic Director)

DEREK VAN BARHAM (he/him) is thrilled to be producing his second full season at Kokandy. He previously served as Associate Artistic Director of Pride Films & Plays and Artistic Director of The Ruckus. Directing credits include Head Over Heels (Kokandy); The View Upstairs (Circle Theatre); Three Days of Rain (Boho Theatre); Miracle by Dan Savage, Poseidon, Skooby Don’t (Hell in a Handbag); Hot Pink, TRASH (New American Folk); Taylor Mac’s A Walk Across America for Mother Earth (CCPA); From These Fatal Loins (The Ruckus); Homos, or Everyone in America, Perfect Arrangement, Angry Fags in Steppenwolf Garage Rep, Songs from an Unmade Bed (Jeff nomination), and PRISCILLA, Queen of the Desert (PFP). He was named one of Windy City Times 30 Under 30, recognizing individuals from Chicago’s LGBTQ community. MFA: Chicago College of the Performing Arts (CCPA) at Roosevelt University. IG: @dvbarham


Allison Hendrix
Ana DeJesus
Angela Pasyk
Babs Maltenfort
Barbara McBlain
Bob & Pat Kokandy
Brenda Didier
Brittney Brown
Bruce & Nancy Stolman
Cole Stolman
Corky Bellile & Jim DeNuccio
Court Theater
Craig Leslie
Dan Cohn
Daniel & Courtney Markovich
Deb Milne
Debbie & Phil Brown
Dell & Susan Bellile
Don & Ann Bellile
Eddie Castellanos
Elizabeth Seff
Elizabeth Zilis
Ernie Lopez
Fran & Chuck Licht
Frank Meccia

 Gitta Jacobs
Hubbard Street
Jack Piliponis
James Johnson
Jayson Van Deel
Jean Klingenstein
Jeff & Amy Losh
Jeremy Wechsler
Jerry Miller
Joanne Leslie
Jodeen Benjamin
John D. Glover
Jonathan Schwart
Katherine Smith
Katie Jane
La Voute Bistro & Bar
Lance Wolfe
Laura Reali
Laura Spearman
Lettuce Entertain You
Liz Norton
Kenn & Peggy Sinko
Marian & Stan Kaderbek
Marilyn E. Barrett
Martin Till
Matthew Huston
Matthew Johnston

Mel Katz
Michael Maltenfort
Nancy Woodruff
Peter Janssen
Phil & Karen Kokandy
Rochelle Hochman
Robert Ollis
Sandra Boves
Scot T. Kokandy
Seymour Zitomersky
Steep Theater
Stephen Stanko
Susan Haimes
Susan Wishnick & Allen Steinberg
The Cottage on Dixie
The Second City
Thomas & Donna Ray
Tilly Wilhoite
Timothy Ledna
Tom & Jan Kokandy
Victor Giannini
William Szany
Youth Guidance
Zach’s Metalz / Zach Larks 

Matching gifts received from: PNC Bank, The Saints

This program is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency. 


Skokie Theatre, Nicholas Reinhart, Second Unitarian Church, The Den Theater, Bryan McCaffrey, Parker Guidry & Royen Kent