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Cast Announced for The Odd Couple (female version) by Neil Simon

Aug. 10, 2013

The Bay Players 2013-2014 season begins with The Odd Couple (female version) by Neil Simon – September 20, 21, 27 and 28, 2013.

After two days of auditions that featured some outstanding actors and actresses, Director Ray Bradford announced his cast:

Olive Madison will be played by Sharilee Skiba;
Florence Unger will be played by Sharon Nieman-Koebert;
Sylvie will be played by Pamela Stein;
Mickey will be played by Kaylyn Krahn;
Renee will be played by Anita Timm;
Vera will be played by Wendy Pelsis;
Manolo Costazuela will be played by Josh Klingman; and
Jesus Costazuela will be played by Tom Zuegner.

Considered to be a hilarious contemporary comedic classic, The Odd Couple will have audiences howling with laughter. Olive Madison, like her original male counterpart Oscar, is divorced and living in cheerful chaos in her New York apartment. At Olive's invitation, the suicidal Florence Ungar (Felix), now separated from her husband, moves in and is soon finding comfort in cooking, cleaning and fussing until Olive is apoplectic It becomes clear that the negative patterns of their disastrous marriages are re-occurring in their relationship.


Come see The Odd Couple at The Bay Players, the community theater with the professional difference. The Bay Players theater is located at Whitefish Bay High School at 1200 E. Fairmount Avenue in Whitefish Bay, WI. For tickets, call (414) 299-9040. Visit us by clicking on www.thebayplayers.com or follow us (and like us!) on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheBayPlayers

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