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Three Men on a Horse


Three Men on a Horse

by  John Cecil Holm & George Abbott
Directed by Scott Alan Evans

at The Beckett Theatre
410 West 42nd Street, NYC

Extended an Extra Week!
Now through April 23, 2011
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 7:30
Saturday at 2:00 and 8:00, Sunday at 3:00

“Wins by Half a Length"
- The New York Times

- Associated Press

"Old-Fashioned Fun”
- Time Out New York

"Stylish...a rare opportunity to get lost in a silly, funny fantasy."
-The New Yorker

- Theatermania

- Backstage

- Show Business Weekly

"Wonderfully silly"
- NYTheatre.com

- Wolf Entertainment Guide

- BroadwayWorld

“Will Tickle Your Funny Bone”
- Beacon Pass

- Times Square Chronicles

Hen-pecked greeting-card writer, Erwin Trowbridge, has an uncanny ability for predicting the winners of horse races. For Erwin it’s just a hobby, but when his extraordinary talent is discovered by a down-and-out pack of gamblers, Erwin suddenly finds himself very far from his safe suburban home in Ozone Heights. This dizzy and delightful Depression-era comedy will bring a much needed lift to your Recession-wearied spirits.



and the voice of legendary track announcer

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Becky BaumwollBECKY BAUMWOLL (Audrey) TACT: Debut Favorite roles include Anna Petrovna in Ivanov, Juliet in Romeo & Juliet, Lois Lane in Kiss Me, Kate, and a Principal Mime at the A.R.T.'s Club Oberon. Studied at Tufts University, at Springboard NYC under the direction of Randy Lutterman, and at the Williamstown Theatre Festival.

Don BurroughsDON BURROUGHS (Frankie) TACT: Debut 1st National Tour/Sit Down : The Full Monty; Mamma Mia, Las Vegas. Off-Broadway: Dessa Rose, Lincoln Center; Reunion, Theater Row Theater (cast album). Regional: Annie (Walnut St.); Private Lives (Repertory Theatre of St Louis); Much Ado About Nothing, (Cincinnati Playhouse); Picasso at the Lapin Agile, The Merchant of Venice (Denver Center); Floyd Collins (Skylight Opera; The Play’s The Thing, ACT San Francisco; Titanic, Smokey Joe’s CafÈ, Maine State Music Theatre; A Christmas Story, Midsummer Night’s Dream, Pioneer Theater Company; 5 seasons, Oregon Shakespeare Festival; 4 seasons, Utah Shakespeare Festival; 2 seasons, California Shakespeare Festival. TV: All My Children, The Bronx Zoo. Other: Executive Producer of the debut CD from gypsy jazz group, The Hot Club of Las Vegas. Love always to my wife, Carol, and daughter Linnea.

RON McCLARY (Harry) TACT: Company Member since 2006/2007, 8 productions, most recently, Waters of the Moon. Las Vegas: Mamma Mia. Off-Broadway: Summer ’69 (Douglas Fairbanks Theatre). Off-Off Broadway: The Lightning Field (Flea - Winner - Outstanding Play, 2005 Fringe); Dear Vienna, Idiot’s Delight (Vital); Passion (Dicapo Opera); Moonwork’s What You Will (12th Night) (Connelly); The Cherry Orchard (Ohio); Three Sisters (Greenwich St.). Regional: Midsummer Night’s Dream; Romeo & Juliet; The Tempest; Much Ado; Three Musketeers; Macbeth (Actor’s Shakes. Co. of NJ); The Foreigner (Connecticut Rep). Television: Law & Order; Ed; Law & Order: SVU; Conan O’Brien. Film: Neurotica; Crazy Little Thing; The Weatherman; The Pleasure of Your Company.

Geoffrey MolloyGEOFFREY MOLLOY (Erwin) TACT: Flare Path. Off-Broadway: My Deah (Abingdon); Thick, Gorgeous Raptors, Conference Time, Nursery (Young Playwrights) New York: Flare Path (TACT); The Winter’s Tale (West End Theatre Co.); Peter Pan, Oliver Twist (TheatreWorks USA); In Praise of Folly: The Don Quixote Project; BEAT; On the Waterfront. Regional: Mister Roberts (St. Louis Rep., Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park); King O’ the Moon (Cincinnati); A Christmas Carol, Journey to the West (Huntington); The Jealous Husband, The Flying Doctor, Looking for Love (Portland Stage); Hamlet, Midsummer, The Miser (Monmouth). Graduate of Boston University’s School for the Arts.

James MurtaughJAMES MURTAUGH (Mr. Carver) TACT: Company member since the 1996/1997 Season and appeared in done 38 productions with the company, most recently, The Late Christopher Bean and The Amazing Doctor Clitterhouse. Broadway: Ah, Wilderness (Lincoln Center); Philadelphia, Here I Come; Two Shakespearean Actors. Off-Broadway: Lenin’s Embalmers (EST); The Triangle Factory Fire Project (TACT); The Runner Stumbles (TACT); The Secret Order (EST); The Jazz Singer (Jewish Rep); Other People's Money (Minnetta Lane); The Wreck of the 5:45 (EST); How The Other Half Loves (York); I Am A Man (CSC Rep). Film: Everything's Fine, Invincible; The Tourist; Two Weeks; How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days; Out of Time; Thirteen Conversations about One Thing; Goy Band; My Brother's Shadow; The Last Days of Disco; Private Parts; The Howling; Blue Thunder; The Rosary Murders; Night Falls on Manhattan, Vanilla Sky. Television: 30 Rock; The Water Is Wide (Hallmark); 100 Centre Street; The Sopranos; The Laramie Project; Ed; Law & Order; Law & Order Special Victims Unit; Law and Order CI; Law and Order: Trial by Jury; Cosby; Feds; Spin City; All My Children; Spenser For Hire; NYPD Blue; Wonderland; The Equalizer; Hope and Faith; Third Watch; Hill Street Blues. Mr. Murtaugh is a member of the Ensemble Studio Theatre.

JOHN PLUMPIS (Charlie) TACT: Company member since 2000/2001. 15 productions with the company, most recently, The Tavern. John just returned from Toronto where he reunited with Christopher Plummer in a revival of Barrymore. A film adaptation of the play will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2011. National Tours: Timon in The Lion King, and Neil Simon’s Laughter on the 23rd Floor. New York: Playwrights Horizons; Primary Stages; The Mint ; NorthEastern Company; Riverside Shakespeare Company; The Lark; Repertorio Espanol. Regional: stages from Oregon to Massachusetts, Utah to Florida and many places in between, as well as Shakespearean festivals across the country. His international experience includes work with Japan’s Suzuki Company of Toga. Television: Law and Order: SVU; 7th Heaven; One Life to Live; Another World; Guiding Light. Film: Til There Was You. Training: MFA, University of Delaware, Professional Theatre Training Program. John is a frequent lecturer at universities, Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festivals, and some of his thoughts on the Theatre have even been published.

Gregory SalataGREGORY SALATA (Patsy) TACT: Founding member. 58 productions, most recently, The Amazing Doctor Clitterhouse and Director of Candle-Light. Broadway: Bent; Equus; Piaf: A Remembrance; Dance with Me. Off-Broadway: Endpapers; Measure for Measure; Desire Under the Elms; I’m Getting my Act Together...; Jacques and His Master; Twelfth Night. Regional: The Art Of Murder; Bedroom Farce; Crucifer of Blood; Hoagy, Bix...; He Who Gets Slapped. Film: Pink Panther; Little Kings; Devil’s Own; Weekend at Bernie’s. Television: The Jury; Law and Order; NYPD Blue; Kate & Allie; Dear John; Mother’s Day; Hearts of Steel; Legwork; Spenser: For Hire; Love, Sidney; Andros Targets.

Scott SchaferSCOTT SCHAFER (Clarence) TACT: Company Member since 1996/97. 47 productions with the company, most recently Uncle Harry. Broadway: Raggedy Ann (Nederlander). Off-Broadway: Bedroom Farce, The Eccentricities of a Nightingale, The Triangle Factory Fire Project (TACT); Finkel’s Follies (West Side); Once in a Lifetime (Samuel Beckett); On Tidy Endings (Playwrights Horizons). Regional: You Can’t Take it With You; Dr. Jeckyl and Mr. Hyde, Dracula (Cincinnati Playhouse); Our Town (Geva); No Exit (Imago); Side Man (St. Louis Rep); Picasso at the Lapin Agile (Depot); Present Laughter (Pioneer); A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Ordway Music Theat.); Almost September (St. Louis Rep); A Wonderful Life (Westchester Broadway); A Day in Hollywood (Pioneer). Television: Law & Order; Chapelle’s Show; American Dream; One Life to Live; Unsolved Mysteries.

Julianna ZiinkelJULIANNA ZINKEL (Mabel) TACT: Debut. New York Theatre: The Lover (debut). Regional: Blackbird (best actress '09 Philadelphia Weekly Theatre Exile ), Rabbit Hole, As You Like It, Go Dog Go! (Barrymore nomination - Arden Theatre); The Eclectic Society (world premiere Walnut Street ); Big Love, Wintertime (Wilma); Love and Communication (world premiere Passage Theatre); The Miser, The Crucible, Tale of Two Cities, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Theophilus North (People's Light). Film: The Marriage; Head Space. Member of People's Light & Theatre acting company.

DAVE JOHNSON (Radio Announcer) TACT: Debut. Broadway: Three Men on a Horse; St. Louis Muny: The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Can Can, My Fair Lady. Off-Broadway: Incident at Vichy, Julius Caesar, You Know I Can't Hear You When The Water's Running, A Cry of Players, A Man For All Seasons, Love Letters. Dave was also the voice of the Triple Crown on ABC-TV for a quarter of a century. He now hosts a sports show on SiriusXM radio.

Kristen Vaphides

Kristen Vaphides (Asst. Stage Manager/Maid) TACTThe Eccentricities of a Nightingale, A Shot in the Dark, Ladies in Retirement. NY tech credits: Badge (BeaconNY Productions), We All Fall Down (Pop Megahit Theater Factory), Lonely Circus Beast (Orphanage Productions), Crazy Little Thing Called Love and Chekhov Dreams (The Workshop Theater). Regional: The Foreigner (River Rep). NY acting credits: Out at Sea (La Mama ETC), A Taste of Bad Medicine (Strawberry One Act Festival), Happy Hour (Michael Chekhov Theater Company), Black (Manhattan Children's Theater), Opheliacs Anonymous and Hamlet (Beautiful Soup). Film: Wellness Success Now.

Set design by: BRETT J. BANAKIS
Lighting design by: MARY LOUISE GEIGER
Costume design by: MARTHA HALLY
Sound design by: DARYL BORNSTEIN
Original Music by: JOSEPH TRAPANESE
Production Manager: MATT McADON
Wardrode Supervisor: JILLIAN TULLY
Production Assiatant: MICHAEL FRIEDLANDER
Assistant to the Director: LAUREN MILLER
Press by O&M Co.


Jeffrey C. HawkinsJEFFREY C. HAWKINS (Charlie - March 14 - April 9) TACT: Company Member since 2009/10. 4 productions with the company, most recently, The Memorandum. Theater: The Lover (Drama League); Dance/Speak (New York Theatre Ballet); A Funny Thing… Forum, The Crucible, Hay Fever, Love’s Labour’s Lost, The Tempest, Measure for Measure, A Christmas Carol (Great Lakes Theater Festival); The New New, The Roads that Lead Here (Guthrie); Comp Wrks Wm Shakspr (Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Fest.); Burn This (Boise Contemporary); Romeo and Juliet, The Three Musketeers, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, She Stoops to Conquer, Cymbeline, The Taming of the Shrew, All’s Well that Ends Well, Titus Andronicus, Scapin (Idaho Shakespeare Fest.); Comp Wrks Wm Shakspr (Delaware Theatre Co.); The Comedy of Errors, 1776, H.M.S. Pinafore, Robin Hood (PCPA Theaterfest); Six Degrees of Separation (Phoenix Theatre). Film/TV/etc: Red Dead Redemption, The Glass House, Across the Universe, The Obedient Son, Jojo and Avila, The Warriors, Manhunt 2, Grand Theft AutoSan Andreas, GTA IV, Liberty City Stories. Education: MFA from The University of Delaware’s PTTP, and a graduate of the Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts. Jeffrey is represented in NYC by THE MINE.