“The Odd Couple (Female version)” at Westfield Community Players

“The Odd Couple (Female version)”
by Neil Simon

Twenty years after the Odd Couple opened on Broadway, and went on to become one of the most successful comedies of all time, Neil Simon wrote a new twist to his comedy classic. He replaces Oscar Madison and Felix Ungar with Florence Madison and Olive Ungar, and he instantly had another hit on his hands. Replace the boys-night-out game of poker with a rousing game of Trivial Pursuit with the girls; have the Pigeon Sisters be portrayed as the Constanzuela brothers, then let the hilarity begin.

Benefit Performances: March 12 and 19 All single tickets $12

Performed by Westfield Community Players
At Westfield Community Playhouse
Performances ran
Saturday, March 6, 2004 thru Saturday, March 27, 2004
Florence Unger.... Linda Behrle Correll Has Bio Has photo
Jesus Costazuela.... Anthony Marotta
Manolo Costazuela.... David C. Neal
Mickey, The Cop.... Maureen Bentley
Olive Madison.... Betty Restaino Has Bio
Renee.... Moira G. Quinn
Sylvie.... Joyce Porter Has Bio
Vera.... Toni Lynn Downey
Directed by John Correll Has Bio Has photo
Assistant Directed by Stephanie Simons Neal Has Bio
Produced by Sally Lee
Scenic Design by Linda Behrle Correll Has Bio Has photo
Costume Design by Kay Macrae
Lighting Design by Erik Donough
Sound Design by Glen Crane
Production Stage Managed by Stephanie Simons Neal Has Bio
Set Designed by Mary Mcgee
Scenic Art by Mary Mcgee
Properties by Kim Pelusio