Project Description

Village Wooing & Interlude at the Playhouse

June 21, 2010

Village Wooing (1933): This charming short play takes us on a luxury pleasure cruise in 1933. Two determinately single people meet and connect in spite of themselves.

Interlude at the Playhouse (1907): This comedy takes us to the first night of a lavish new theatre. It’s owner/manager is scheduled to give a noble speech and is a nervous wreck so it’s up to his wife to attempt to save the day.

Both written by George Bernard Shaw.


A Passenger “Z” — Ms. Veanne Cox
A Passenger “A” — Mr. Brian Murray
Narrator — Mr. Michael Riedel


The Manager’s Wife, Angelina — Ms. Veanne Cox
The Manager, Edwin — Mr. Brian Murray
Narrator — Mr. Michael Riedel

Evening hosted by Mr. Michael Riedel of the NY POST

Produced and directed by Mr. David Staller

The Cast