“Little Murders” at The Conservatory Players

“Little Murders”
by Jules Feiffer

"Little Murders" is set in the age of urban paranoia where motiveless mass murder is as much a part of the atmosphere as air and noise pollution. It's an outrageously funny look at Uncle Sam's conception of freedom for all, even if it kills them, the spirit of get up and go, and faith in the Almighty. A black comedy for today, with a swinging zest and bold honesty -- bittersweet, sardonic, despairing and hilarious

Adults-$15.00, Students/Seniors-$12.00

Performed by The Conservatory Players
At St. Paul’s School (Clifton)
Performances ran
Friday, February 18, 2005 thru Sunday, February 27, 2005
Alfred Chamberlain.... Greg Cilmi
Carol Newquist.... Bob Smith
Judge Stern.... Bill Schineller
Kenny Newquist.... Rocco Spoon Jr.
Marjorie Newquist.... Francine Sapone
Patsy Newquist.... Leticia Diaz Has Bio
Rev. Dupas, Lt. Practice.... Joseph Grubbs
Wedding Guest.... Tom Coughlin
Wedding Guest.... Diane Episcopio
Wedding Guest.... Dana Jenkins
Wedding Guest.... Carrie Nagy
Wedding Guest.... Betania Perez
Wedding Guest.... Jared Shebabb
Directed by David Braucher
Produced by Kathleen Kellaigh