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East Lynne Theater Company

Equity Producing Theatre in Cape May, NJ
  • "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow," an ELTC world premiere adapted by James Rana based on the tale by Washington Irving
    Matt Baxter Luceno as Ichabod Crane with Suzanne Dawson as the "Headless Horseman," and Elisa Pupko and Justin Bennet as "the horse" in "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" - a world premiere Test: O'Connor
  • "Zorro!" a world premiere written by James Rana based on the book by Johnston McCulley
    Mark Lazar, Suzanne Dawson, Jed Peterson, Elisa Pupko, Mark Edward Lang, James Rana, and Evan Smilyk in "Zorro!"
  • "Within the Law," a Broadway hit from 1912 by Bayard Veiller
    Thomas Raniszewski, Tom Byrn, Matt Baxter Luceno, and Meredith Lark in "Within the Law"
  • "Lost on the Natchez Trace" written by Jan Buttram, a NJ premiere
    Stephanie Garrett and Tom Byrn in "Lost on the Natchez Trace" written by Jan Buttram: a NJ Premiere, first produced at Abingdon Theatre in NYC with a different cast and director
  • "Berkeley Square," a Broadway hit in 1929 by John L. Balderston about time-travel
    Megan McDermott and Emily Cheney in "Berkeley Square," a Broadway hit in 1929 by John L. Balderston about time-travel
  • "The Poe Mysteries," a world premiere written by James Rana
    Shelley McPherson, Mark Edward Lang, James Rana, Grace Wright, Fred Velde, and Thomas Raniszewski in "The Poe Mysteries
  • Rehearsal shot from "The First Fifty Years" by Henry Myers, on Broadway in 1922: a marriage in seven scenes
    Rehearsal photo of Beckley Andrews and Samuel Douglas Clark in "The First Fifty Years," a marriage in seven scenes by Henry Myers, on Broadway in 1922
  • Evan Smilyk as Huck and Leon Morgan as Jim in the world premiere HUCKLEBERRY FINN
    Evan Smilyk as Huck and Leon Morgan as Jim in the world premiere HUCKLEBERRY FINN
  • STRICTLY DISHONORABLE by Preston Sturges
    STRICTLY DISHONORABLE by Preston Sturges
  • BIOGRAPHY by S. N. Behrman
    BIOGRAPHY by S. N. Behrman
  • DRACULA by Hamilton Dean and John L. Balderston
    DRACULA by Hamilton Dean and John L. Balderston