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MISS ABIGAIL’S GUIDE TO DATING, MATING, & MARRIAGE

May 11, 2017 - Sep 17, 2017

CLO Cabaret

DR. RUTH MEETS EMILY POST IN THIS RAUCOUS COMEDY!
Miss Abigail is the most sought-after relationship expert to the stars! Along with her sexy sidekick Paco, they’ll answer any and every one of your questions as they offer up outrageously funny "how-to's" on dating, mating and marriage including – how to perfect your kiss (it’s all about lip position), what you should and should not talk about on a date (don’t mention your troll doll collection) and much more. Kick back and relax as Miss Abigail imparts the expertise she honed before booty calls and speed-dating ruled – before the divorce rate was 50% and when ‘fidelity’ was more than an investment firm! You’ll improve your love life and strengthen your relationships well beyond her session. Oh, AND you’re sure to be laughing about love all night long – that’s the Miss Abigail guarantee! Adult Content

“PURE FUN! You can’t help but fall instantly in love with Miss Abigail's Guide!”  –Entertainment Weekly

Cast

Meg Pryor

MEG PRYOR (Miss Abigail) returns to the CLO Cabaret having previously appeared in NUNSENSE. She is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts (CAP21). National Tours: Damn Yankees, Grease! New York: HairMerchant of Venice, Closer Than You Think. Regional: Bat Boy (voted one of the Best Performances of the year, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette), Man of La ManchaSweet CharityA Chorus Line, Nine. Television: Burn Notice, Sex and the City. Improv: Upright Citizens Brigade, Magnet Theater, Arcade Comedy Theater, Naples City Improv. Ms. Pryor was on the faculty of CAP21 before returning to the Pittsburgh area as the Director of the Mancini Arts Academy.

Jerreme Rodriguez in Pittsburgh CLO's MISS ABIGAIL'S GUIDE...

JERREME RODRIGUEZ (Paco) is thrilled to be making his CLO Cabaret debut! He was most recently seen as the Emcee in The Mary Moody Theater production of Cabaret. In Pittsburgh he was last seen in Pittsburgh Rep.’s Wig Out! (Lucian) and the Pittsburgh Musical Theatre productions of Saturday Night Fever (Ceasar), Sister Act (Pablo) and Grease. Other credits include: the Austin Playhouse productions of A Little Night Music (Carl Magnus) and Chicago (Harry); AIDA at Austin Lyric Opera and Greg in the National Tour of A Chorus Line. Mr. Rodriguez is a current member of BMI’s Musical Theatre Workshop and alum of both Interlochen Arts Academy and Point Park University.

Diego Armanda

DIEGO ARMADA (Understudy) is elated to be making his CLO Cabaret debut! Before relocating to the ‘Burgh to study at PITT, Diego was a resident performer for theatrical technology demonstrations at the renowned 3LD Art & Technology Center in downtown Manhattan. His most recent Pittsburgh credits were as the fight director for PITT Stage’s Peter and the Starcatcher and City Theatre’s Hand to God. Previous to that he choreographed violence for Chautauqua Theatre Company in upstate New York: Henry V; Romeo & Juliet; As You Like It. Diego is married to HR superstar Amelia and they have two wonderful kids, Aiden and Isla.

KRISTIANN MENOTIADES (Understudy) Favorite credits include: (Front Porch Theatricals) Sandra Bloom in BIG FISHDeath of a Salesman, (Pittsburgh CLO) Shear Madness; I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change; My Way; You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up! and Ruthless! (PICT) Jaques Brel is Alive and Well… and (Bricolage) SCARRIE. She has enjoyed Directing and Choreographing (Pittsburgh CLO Academy) The Little MermaidSeussical; High School Musical; Cats; Thoroughly Modern Millie; Guys and Dolls; Beauty and the Beast and The Sound of Music, (Point Park University) 21: The Roberto Clemente Musical and The Best Christmas Pageant Ever. B.F.A., Point Park University.

LUANNE NUNES DE CHAR (Director) is a director, teaching artist and casting associate that could not be happier returning to the land of Mr. Rogers and ketchup. Last seen at Pittsburgh CLO directing Girls Only: The Secret Comedy of Women, she has also worked for the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Berkeley Rep, ABC Television, Sea World, California Shakespeare Theatre, The Disney Company, Mark Taper Forum, The National Theatre Conservatory and West End Theatre.  Ms. Nunes de Char graduated from both UCLA and University of Southern California but is seriously proud of her studies in dating having earned an MRS degree with her handsome husband while minoring in childrearing with the assistance of three daughters who are not allowed to date until they are 30.

TONY FERRIERI (Scenic Designer) Recent designs include Pittsburgh CLO:  Pump Boys & Dinettes. City Theatre: Wild With Happy.  Pittsburgh Playhouse: Uncle Tom’s Cabin.  Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center: Shrek. Pittsburgh Playwrights: Miss Julie. barebones: One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Quantum: The Master Builder. Other credits include designs for: Milieu Theatrics NY, Jewish Theatre of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Opera, Carrnivale Theatrics, PICT, Emelin, Northlight, Madison Rep, TheatreWorks, 1812 Productions, Tuesday Musical Club, Hartwood, Gargaro, Physical Theatre, Spur of the Moment, Chatham, Pitt, International Poetry Forum, Dana Phil Productions, DDI, Saltworks and Unseam’d. Tony wishes to express his appreciation to all those who made this production possible.

K. JENNA FERREE (Lighting Designer) Previous designs include: Pittsburgh - The River (Quantum Theatre), The Hound of the Baskervilles (Kinetic Theatre), Mercy Train (Microscopic Opera Company); Richmond - Body AwarenessUnexpected Tenderness (5th Wall Theatre), DetroitNext To Normal, The Pillowman (Cadence Theatre Company), Say Goodnight Gracie, Always...Patsy Cline (Virginia Repertory Theatre), [title of show], Take Me Out (Richmond Triangle Players). website: ferreekd.wix.com/kjennaferree

ANTHONY JAMES SIRK (Costume Designer) is delighted to be designing his first show at the CLO Cabaret. Mr. Sirk’s credits include: West Virginia Public Theater, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Maine State Music Theater, Creede Repertory Theater, The Arvada Center, Pensacola Opera, Brevard Music Center and Pittsburgh Musical Theater. He has had the honor of teaching at Ball State University, Anderson University, The University of West Florida, and Western Carolina University. Currently, Anthony serves as the First Hand at Point Park Playhouse. This summer he will be designing A Gathering of Sons and Xerxes at Pittsburgh Festival Opera. Anthony recently relocated from Sylva, North Carolina, to Pittsburgh.

TIM BRADY (Production Stage Manager) returns for his 12th season as PSM at the CLO Cabaret. As an actor, he has appeared in 11 productions of Pittsburgh CLO’s A Musical Christmas Carol and various Summer Season productions with Pittsburgh CLO. Other local theaters that Mr. Brady has performed with include The Pittsburgh Pops, Starlight Productions, The New Pittsburgh Jewish Theatre, Stage Right and The Theatre Factory. Mr. Brady was also the managing director of the Conley Inn Dinner Theater in Irwin for 17 years. Tim starred in the Jason Coll television pilot, “Munhall.”

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MISS ABIGAIL’S GUIDE TO DATING, MATING, & MARRIAGE

May 11, 2017 - Sep 17, 2017

CLO Cabaret

DR. RUTH MEETS EMILY POST IN THIS RAUCOUS COMEDY!
Miss Abigail is the most sought-after relationship expert to the stars! Along with her sexy sidekick Paco, they’ll answer any and every one of your questions as they offer up outrageously funny "how-to's" on dating, mating and marriage including – how to perfect your kiss (it’s all about lip position), what you should and should not talk about on a date (don’t mention your troll doll collection) and much more. Kick back and relax as Miss Abigail imparts the expertise she honed before booty calls and speed-dating ruled – before the divorce rate was 50% and when ‘fidelity’ was more than an investment firm! You’ll improve your love life and strengthen your relationships well beyond her session. Oh, AND you’re sure to be laughing about love all night long – that’s the Miss Abigail guarantee! Adult Content

“PURE FUN! You can’t help but fall instantly in love with Miss Abigail's Guide!”  –Entertainment Weekly

Cast

Meg Pryor

MEG PRYOR (Miss Abigail) returns to the CLO Cabaret having previously appeared in NUNSENSE. She is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts (CAP21). National Tours: Damn Yankees, Grease! New York: HairMerchant of Venice, Closer Than You Think. Regional: Bat Boy (voted one of the Best Performances of the year, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette), Man of La ManchaSweet CharityA Chorus Line, Nine. Television: Burn Notice, Sex and the City. Improv: Upright Citizens Brigade, Magnet Theater, Arcade Comedy Theater, Naples City Improv. Ms. Pryor was on the faculty of CAP21 before returning to the Pittsburgh area as the Director of the Mancini Arts Academy.

Jerreme Rodriguez in Pittsburgh CLO's MISS ABIGAIL'S GUIDE...

JERREME RODRIGUEZ (Paco) is thrilled to be making his CLO Cabaret debut! He was most recently seen as the Emcee in The Mary Moody Theater production of Cabaret. In Pittsburgh he was last seen in Pittsburgh Rep.’s Wig Out! (Lucian) and the Pittsburgh Musical Theatre productions of Saturday Night Fever (Ceasar), Sister Act (Pablo) and Grease. Other credits include: the Austin Playhouse productions of A Little Night Music (Carl Magnus) and Chicago (Harry); AIDA at Austin Lyric Opera and Greg in the National Tour of A Chorus Line. Mr. Rodriguez is a current member of BMI’s Musical Theatre Workshop and alum of both Interlochen Arts Academy and Point Park University.

Diego Armanda

DIEGO ARMADA (Understudy) is elated to be making his CLO Cabaret debut! Before relocating to the ‘Burgh to study at PITT, Diego was a resident performer for theatrical technology demonstrations at the renowned 3LD Art & Technology Center in downtown Manhattan. His most recent Pittsburgh credits were as the fight director for PITT Stage’s Peter and the Starcatcher and City Theatre’s Hand to God. Previous to that he choreographed violence for Chautauqua Theatre Company in upstate New York: Henry V; Romeo & Juliet; As You Like It. Diego is married to HR superstar Amelia and they have two wonderful kids, Aiden and Isla.

KRISTIANN MENOTIADES (Understudy) Favorite credits include: (Front Porch Theatricals) Sandra Bloom in BIG FISHDeath of a Salesman, (Pittsburgh CLO) Shear Madness; I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change; My Way; You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up! and Ruthless! (PICT) Jaques Brel is Alive and Well… and (Bricolage) SCARRIE. She has enjoyed Directing and Choreographing (Pittsburgh CLO Academy) The Little MermaidSeussical; High School Musical; Cats; Thoroughly Modern Millie; Guys and Dolls; Beauty and the Beast and The Sound of Music, (Point Park University) 21: The Roberto Clemente Musical and The Best Christmas Pageant Ever. B.F.A., Point Park University.

LUANNE NUNES DE CHAR (Director) is a director, teaching artist and casting associate that could not be happier returning to the land of Mr. Rogers and ketchup. Last seen at Pittsburgh CLO directing Girls Only: The Secret Comedy of Women, she has also worked for the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Berkeley Rep, ABC Television, Sea World, California Shakespeare Theatre, The Disney Company, Mark Taper Forum, The National Theatre Conservatory and West End Theatre.  Ms. Nunes de Char graduated from both UCLA and University of Southern California but is seriously proud of her studies in dating having earned an MRS degree with her handsome husband while minoring in childrearing with the assistance of three daughters who are not allowed to date until they are 30.

TONY FERRIERI (Scenic Designer) Recent designs include Pittsburgh CLO:  Pump Boys & Dinettes. City Theatre: Wild With Happy.  Pittsburgh Playhouse: Uncle Tom’s Cabin.  Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center: Shrek. Pittsburgh Playwrights: Miss Julie. barebones: One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Quantum: The Master Builder. Other credits include designs for: Milieu Theatrics NY, Jewish Theatre of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Opera, Carrnivale Theatrics, PICT, Emelin, Northlight, Madison Rep, TheatreWorks, 1812 Productions, Tuesday Musical Club, Hartwood, Gargaro, Physical Theatre, Spur of the Moment, Chatham, Pitt, International Poetry Forum, Dana Phil Productions, DDI, Saltworks and Unseam’d. Tony wishes to express his appreciation to all those who made this production possible.

K. JENNA FERREE (Lighting Designer) Previous designs include: Pittsburgh - The River (Quantum Theatre), The Hound of the Baskervilles (Kinetic Theatre), Mercy Train (Microscopic Opera Company); Richmond - Body AwarenessUnexpected Tenderness (5th Wall Theatre), DetroitNext To Normal, The Pillowman (Cadence Theatre Company), Say Goodnight Gracie, Always...Patsy Cline (Virginia Repertory Theatre), [title of show], Take Me Out (Richmond Triangle Players). website: ferreekd.wix.com/kjennaferree

ANTHONY JAMES SIRK (Costume Designer) is delighted to be designing his first show at the CLO Cabaret. Mr. Sirk’s credits include: West Virginia Public Theater, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Maine State Music Theater, Creede Repertory Theater, The Arvada Center, Pensacola Opera, Brevard Music Center and Pittsburgh Musical Theater. He has had the honor of teaching at Ball State University, Anderson University, The University of West Florida, and Western Carolina University. Currently, Anthony serves as the First Hand at Point Park Playhouse. This summer he will be designing A Gathering of Sons and Xerxes at Pittsburgh Festival Opera. Anthony recently relocated from Sylva, North Carolina, to Pittsburgh.

TIM BRADY (Production Stage Manager) returns for his 12th season as PSM at the CLO Cabaret. As an actor, he has appeared in 11 productions of Pittsburgh CLO’s A Musical Christmas Carol and various Summer Season productions with Pittsburgh CLO. Other local theaters that Mr. Brady has performed with include The Pittsburgh Pops, Starlight Productions, The New Pittsburgh Jewish Theatre, Stage Right and The Theatre Factory. Mr. Brady was also the managing director of the Conley Inn Dinner Theater in Irwin for 17 years. Tim starred in the Jason Coll television pilot, “Munhall.”