Trick or Treat

Trick or Treat

A World Premiere

by Jack Neary

Starring NYPD Blue’s Gordon Clapp

Directed by Carol Dunne

January 18 – February 5

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Originally workshopped in Northern Stage’s New Works Now, Neary’s new play reveals a family in crisis on a Halloween night. Reeling from the effects of Alzheimer’s on his wife, a distraught husband tries to keep his family together despite confrontation, a relentlessly nosy neighbor, and a family secret that is revealed over the course of the play. This World Premiere is a roller-coaster ride starring NYPD Blue’s Gordon Clapp.

Running Time:  Approximately 2 hours including one 15 minute intermission.
Advisory:  Ages 14 and up for subject matter and strong language.

An optional 20-minute post show conversation with the company follows Trick or Treat performances January 24 – February 4

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Trick or Treat
Written by Jack Neary
Directed by Carol Dunne++

Creative Team:
Director: Carol Dunne++
Assistant Director: Joshua M. Feder
Production Stage Manager: Whitney M. Keeter*
Set Designer: Michael Ganio+
Costume Designer: Allison Crutchfield+
Lighting Designer: Tyler M. Perry+
Sound Designer: Ben Montmagny
Fight Director: Paul West

Cast:
Claire: Jenni Putney*
Johnny: Gordon Clapp*
Teddy: David Mason*
Hannah: Katie Bruestle*

++Member of SDC
+Member of USA
*Member of AEA



CLICK HERE FOR VERMONT PUBLIC RADIO REVIEW: Albright: Regarding Alzheimer’s
CLICK HERE FOR VNEWS REVIEW: Trick or Treat At Northern Stage, Neither a Drama, nor a Comedy
CLICK HERE FOR SEVEN DAYS, VT REVIEW: Trick or Treat, Northern Stage
CLICK HERE FOR RUTLAND HERALD REVIEW: World premiere offers tears and laughs
CLICK HERE FOR THE ARTS FUSE REVIEW: “Trick or Treat” – A Domestic Horror Show
CLICK HERE FOR TIMES ARGUS PREVIEW: ‘Trick or Treat’
CLICK HERE FOR PRESS RELEASE ON BROADWAYWORLD.COM: Third Annual World Premiere Trick or Treat Starring Gordon Clapp to Play Northern Stage