By David Lindsay-Abaire
Directed by Mark Robbins
Co-produced by Unicorn Theatre and Kansas City Actors Theatre
The Levin Stage

February 27 – March 24, 2013

Margie Walsh has been fired. Again. Scrambling to catch a break, she thinks an old flame who made it out of their working class neighborhood might be her ticket to a fresh start. This humorous and topical play explores the struggles, shifting loyalties and unshakable hopes that come from having next to nothing in America.


Margaret | Jan Rogge*
Mike | Scott Cordes*
Dottie | Kathleen Warfel*
Jean | Manon Halliburton*
Kate | Dianne Yvette
Stevie | Phillip Russell Newman


Director | Mark Robbins
Stage Manager | Jim Mitchell*
Assistant Stage Manager | Renee Caldwell*
Scenic Designer | Jason Coale
Lighting Designer | Alex Perry

Assistant Lighting Designer | Em Swenson
Sound Designer | Jeremy Brown
Costume Designer | Georgianna Londré Buchanan
Properties Designer | Caitlin Hall

Sound Board Operator | Jeremy Brown
Dramaturg | Robert Fletcher
Dialect Coach | Erika Bailey
Production Intern | Brett Bartholomew
Technical Supervision | Fire Designs: Scenic Arts