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Cider Mill Playhouse Presents Out of Order by Ray Cooney

From Cider Mill Playhouse:

When a prominent British politician decides to spend the evening in a London hotel with one of the Opposition’s secretaries, things soon begin to go hilariously askew! Winner of the Olivier Award for Best Comedy, Out of Order is a side-splittingly funny show you won’t want to miss, another madcap farce by the one and only Ray Cooney, author of Caught in the Net and Move Over, Mrs. Markham.

Cider Mill Playhouse
2 S. Nanticoke Ave.
Endicott, NY 13760

Preview Night: Jan. 29
Opening Night: Jan. 30
Run Ends: Feb. 23

Performance Schedule:
Thurs-Sat: 8:15pm
Sunday: 3:00pm

For tickets or more information:
Box Office: 607-748-7363
Hours: Tues-Fri 12:30-6:30pm; Sat 12:30-4pm
Pricing: $26-$32

Michael Muldoon-Richard Willey
Ted Nappi-The Manager
Bob Finley-The Waiter
Emily Mahoney-Jane Worthington
Kevin Killavey-George Pigden
Richard Vollmer-The Maid
Mike O'Donnell-Ronnie
Amy Smith-Pamela
Zarina Latypova-Gladys

Creative Team:
Director - Charles Burr
Set/Light/Sound Designer – Craig Saeger
Costume Designer – Barbara Erin Delo


Bob Finley (The Waiter)
Bob returns to the Cider Mill Playhouse for another Cooney farce after appearing in IT RUNS IN THE FAMILY (Sir Willoughby) and CAUGHT IN THE NET (Dad). He was last seen here as the Mayor in UNNEECESSARY FARCE. Other enjoyable experiences here include TEN LITTLE INDIANS (General) and DIAL M FOR MURDER (Inspector Hubbard). He has participated in numerous productions with Southern Tier Actors Read (STAR), most recently in the Halloween TV showing of THE MONKEY'S PAW. Some favorite roles have been in THE FANTASTICKS (Old Actor), DEATH OF A SALESMAN (Willie Loman), THE GRAPES OF WRATH (Grandpa), A SHAYNA MAIDEL (Mordechai), LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (Mushnik), and THE DINING ROOM (First Actor).

Kevin Killavey (George Pigden)
Kevin is thrilled to be working with The Cider Mill Playhouse! Kevin is from Portsmouth, RI and studied theatre at Rhode Island College. Kevin's Recent Regional Theatre Credits include: Hucklebee in THE FANTASTICKS, Tim in NOISES OFF and Sid Pirince in SHERLOCK HOLMES:THE FINAL ADVENTURE (Winnipesaukee Playhouse, NH) and Bill in PERFECT WEDDING, Andy in GREETINGS (Newport Playhouse, RI). Kevin sends his love home to Tonya and His Family.

Zarina Latypova (Gladys)
Zarina has performed in a number of plays and musicals in Moscow, where she is originally from. She recently rediscovered her love and passion for theatre after transferring to Binghamton University and getting involved in THE CRUCIBLE, ALICE IN WONDERLAND, HAIRSPRAY, and DEAD MAN'S CELL PHONE assisting with costumes, and cast as Suzanne in DON'T DRESS FOR DINNER. She recently performed in ALL SHOOK UP at the Cider Mill Playhouse. She is delighted to return to this stage with such a wonderful cast and crew. She would like to thank her amazing family, wonderful friends, passionate professors, and mentors for all of the encouragement and support that have turned the spark into fire.

Emily Mahoney (Jane Worthington)
Emily is currently in her sophomore year at Binghamton University and is pursuing a degree in Theater. Some of her favorite roles include Beverly Wilkins in THE RECEPTIONIST and Christy Martin in THE ELECTION. She is extremely excited for her Cider Mill Playhouse debut and would like to thank her parents for always supporting her dreams.

Michael Muldoon (Richard Willey)
Michael directed and acted in IT COULD BE ANY ONE OF US for the Cider Mill Playhouse and is proud to have been involved in three other productions. NYC Theater: The Living Theater, Theatre for the New City and Manhattan Repertory. Regional: NJ, PA, KY, GA, CT and NY. Television: One Life to Live, All My Children, As the World Turns, Saturday Night Live and Late Night With Jimmy Fallon (recurring). Michael is the Executive V.P. for M&M Productions, resident theater company of Lyndhurst, co-founded with his wife; Melinda O’Brien. YCP TheaterWorks Board of Directors. AEA, SAG-AFTRA.

Ted Nappi (The Manager)
Ted is delighted to be appearing again at The Cider Mill Playhouse. He holds an MA in Theater from Binghamton University with a concentration in acting. Some of his favorite roles include: Lennie in OF MICE AND MEN, Eddie/Dr.Scott in THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW, Dr. Gerald Lyman in BUS STOP, Heracles in ALCESTIS, and Jimmy Fallon in PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD. You may have seen him in Chenango River Theater’s production of SEPARATION RAPID as Adolph Sutro. Ted directed locally produced horror film DEMON MESSENGER, and soon to be released, THE HOUSE ON GHOST HILL ROAD. Ted would like to thank all the actors, staff and supporters, for continuing to provide quality theater to this area.

Michael O'Donnell (Ronnie)
I was born and raised in the triple cities and always had an interest in cinema and all the elements that come with it. Having picked up my parents video camera at a young age I began to create movies with friends using anything I could. My passion developed through high school and continued college, where I acted, wrote, and directed student films such as For the Love of the Pistol, which won awards at the Carousel City Film Festival. I enrolled in an eight week acting intensive at the New York Film Academy in December of 2011 and studied acting. Since then I have continued my love for cinema, acting, and the art of storytelling by watching far too many movies and writing fiction in hopes of getting published.

Ian Penzel (Body)
Ian is a Junior at Binghamton University. He is a Psychology Major and Theatre Minor. This is Ian's first show with the Cider Mill Playhouse. At Binghamton University's Theatre Department, Ian has been seen previously in RENT (Ensemble), THE HAPPY JOURNEY FROM TRENTON TO CAMDEN (Elmer), LOYALTIES (Jacob), BAREFOOT IN THE PARK (Velasco), PISCHER (Sasha), and MAN OF LA MANCHA (Juan). Ian would like to thank his friends and family for their incredible support throughout the process, and his amazing parents and two brothers for always believing in him.

Amy L. Smith (Pamela)
Amy has worked in theatre in Binghamton at Know Theatre and EPAC. In Rochester she has worked at Blackfriars, Shipping Dock and the Shakespeare Players. In New York City, she has worked at a number of theatres including Gallery Players and the Metropolitan Playhouse as well as the Fringe Festival. You can catch her as Brenda the Artist in the Eggwork Productions full-length feature "Smoking Laws". She is so excited to be working at the Cider Mill Playhouse having aspired to be on its stage since she was a child growing up in Nimmonsburg. Thank you Cider Mill Playhouse!

Richard Vollmer (The Maid)
Richard has graced the Cider Mill Playhouse stage many times. He has been seen as The Hand in A YEAR WITH FROG AND TOAD, Major Domo in ANNIE GET YOUR GUN, The Voice On The Phone in MOONLIGHT AND MAGNOLIAS, Male Swing in THE KING AND I, and the Butler in THE UNEASY CHAIR. Richard is more of a "behind the scenes" theater person though, having worked backstage on hundreds of productions. He just came off the BILLY ELLIOT National Tour, where he was a child wrangler for the lead boys for 400 performances. He would like to thank everyone who has helped to make his theatrical dreams come true.

Charles Burr (Director)
Charles Burr is the Artistic Director of the Tibbits Summer Theatre in his native Michigan which performs in the historic Tibbits Opera House ( He has been involved with the theatre for over 30 years as actor, director, playwright or designer. He has also worked at many regional theatres including The BoarsHead, True Grist Dinner Theatre, Birmingham Children’s Theatre, Thunder Bay Theatre, Granbury Opera House and The Red Barn. He was pleased to work with the Rodgers and Hammerstein Library where they let him reconstruct the Rodgers and Hart musical, A CONNECTICUT YANKEE. He is thrilled to return to the Cider Mill Playhouse where he directed LEADING LADIES last season.
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