Wait Until Dark
Directed by Ethan T. Bowen
Written by Frederick Knott
Produced by special arrangement with Dramatist Play Service
Shows (Evenings at 7:30pm, Matinees at 2:00pm):
Wed. 9/24 - Sat. 9/27, Wed. 10/1 - Sat. 10/4, Wed. 10/8 - Sat. 10/11
Matinee Sun. 10/5
A Broadway hit, this masterfully constructed thriller moves
from one moment of suspense to another as it builds toward an
electrifying, breath-stopping final scene. "WAIT UNTIL
DARK is a tense thriller." -NY World-Telegram & Sun.
"Frederick Knott is a master craftsman…" -Women's Wear
Daily. " a first rate shocker the suspense drama we've long
awaited eagerly." -NY Post.
|Mike Tallman||Adam Cunningham|
|Sgt. Carlino||Walt Levering|
|Harry Roat, Jr.||G. Richard Ames|
|Susy Hendrix||Jenny Gundy|
|Sam Hendrix||Robert Graham|
|Director||Ethan T. Bowen|
|Asst. Director||Emily Crosby|
G. Richard Ames
fell in love with Vermont as a child, in Springfield, where he was infected by the acting bug.
He attended St. Michael's College, where he earned bachelors' degrees in drama and English.
Rick performs in four or five productions a year. Most recently he appeared as MacHeath in
The Threepenny Opera at UVM. G.R. was, until early this year, the announcer for the entire
nine-year run of Burlington's hottest game show sensation, Survey Says! He is happy to spend
the weekend following this production giving away his cousin at her wedding ("Take my cousin, please!").
Ethan T. Bowen
is very glad to be working at Waterbury Festival Theater for the first time. Based in Rochester,
Vermont and in Washington DC his directing credits include working with The White River
Valley Players (Our Town, Good Woman of Setzuan, Dancing at Lughnasa, Second Chance, (also
co-wrote), Of Thee I Sing), and Lost Nation Theater where he directed Tartuffe last summer. Ethan
is familiar to the theater world in Vermont from his 7+ productions with Vermont Stage Company,
his work at Lost Nation Theater and his tours with his own theater Bald Mountain Stage Company.
Ethan works regularly in Washington DC at Woolly Mammoth Theater, The Olney Theater Center,
Round House Theater, and The Shakespeare Theater. Ethan has directed taught and run theater
workshops at schools throughout the region. His heart is up on the Western slope of the
Braintree Range, in his funky, cozy hand-built home, that he shares with his lovely wife
Courtney and big dog Otis.
lives in Randolph and recently graduated from Wagner College in
New York City. This is her first show with the Waterbury Festival Players.
Adam is originally from Chicago. He received a BFA in acting from the University of Illinois and an
MFA in acting from Brandeis University. He has been seen recently in The Waterfront Theater's
Glengarry Glen Ross and Vermont Stage's production of True West. He's done several indie
film projects and can be seen in a handful of local
commercials. Adam remains a committed and loyal Chicago Cubs and Bears fan.
grew up in Vermont's, Mad River Valley and is relatively new to theatre and film. Got the bug
after being asked by a friend/actor to read lines for a late arriving cast member. He
writes poetry, is owner of Gravity Dance lifestyle clothing and artistic creations and
hosts his own radio program, "The Ya Never Know Show" for the Valley's own WMRW
community radio station.
grew up in pastoral bliss, in Norwich. After many years of longing for the Green Mountains,
she finally came home by way of Oberlin, London, Boston, Rome and Los Angeles. She has appeared
in various productions with Lost Nation Theater, including Stone, Picasso at the Lapin Agile,
and Execution of Justice. Jenny has performed with the
Actors’ Gang and Classical Theatre Lab in Los Angeles. She plans to attend Goddard College
to study renewable energy in the fall.
Walt has played many roles over the past ten years. From Officer Welch in "Rumors" to Lord
Bedford in "Henry V." He has played with Stowe Theatre Guild, Vermont Stage Company, Lost Nation Theater,
Lamoille County Players, and UVM Productions. Film credits include "Pressure Point"; "Moving
Targets"; "Automatism" and "The Pursuit of Happiness" and the recently released "Disappearances".
Walt founded The Windjammer Restaurant and Best Western Hotel and Conference Center in South Burlington, VT.
is thrilled to be performing her first dramatic role in Wait Until Dark. In addition
to theater, she also loves soccer, skiing and music. Carly is a Freshman at Stowe High School.