The Dinner Party
by Neil Simon
Directed by: Shauna Kiefiuk
Performances: June 3, 4, 10, 11, 12(m), 17, 18, 19(m), 23, 24, 25, 2022
The Dinner Party is the 31st play by Neil Simon. The action revolves around a French dinner party that is hilariously chaotic. Six people, who do not know one another, have been invited to dine in a fancy Parisian restaurant. There is an air of mystery in this comedic play, because the diners do not know why they have been brought together. As it turns out, the dinner is about their damaged relationships and whether or not they can reconcile.
Shauna Kiefiuk has been involved with ACT since 2002. Previously, she has directed The Unexpected Guest, Rabbit Hole, The Butler Did It, The Odd Couple and Independence. Shauna has been onstage in several shows as well as musicals. She was the assistant director for Fat Pig, Hay Fever, The Game’s Afoot and A Little Piece of Heaven. Shauna also serves on the ACT Board.
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Cast of Characters
Andre Bouville: Dan Bushong
Yvonne Fouchet: Jessica Habjan
Gabrielle Buonocelli: April Wilcox
Mariette Levieux: Cathey Clingman
Claude Pichon: Erik Esrael
Albert Donay: Adam Vester