Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps : Sept 26 – Oct 20, 2013

The 39 Steps

The 39 Steps

Adapted by Patrick Barlow

From the novel by John Buchan

From the movie by Alfred Hitchcock

Directed by Evan Hoffmann

What do you get when you mix a Hitchcock masterpiece, a juicy spy novel, and just a dash of Monty Python? One of the cleverest, exciting, and hysterical plays to come out of Broadway in years! An amazing cast of 4 takes on more than 140 characters in a fast-paced whodunit that zips across England and Scotland. Murder, high speed chases, mistaken identities, espionage, and romance will keep you on the edge of your seat in this loving homage to the classic spy thriller films of the 30’s.
Presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.

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Performances

Sept 26-Oct 20, 2013

Preview Performances: $20

September 26 and 27, 2013

Regular Performances: $25

Weekdays and Sunday Evenings

Premium Performances: $27

Saturdays and Sunday Matinees

Opening Night is Saturday, September 28, 2013

 

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Nick Rose (Clown #1)

Nick Rose
(Clown #1)

Nick Rose (Clown 1) – Previous Credits:  Cincinnati Shakespeare Company (CSC), 39 Steps (Hannay), Hound of the Baskervilles (Watson), Measure for Measure (Duke), Richard II (York), Titus Andronicus (Titus), Grapes of Wrath (Casy).  Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, A Christmas Carol (Narrator).  Know Theatre of Cincinnati, When the Rain Stops Falling (Gabriel York).  Nick is excited to be back in his home town to celebrate the inaugural production of NextStop Theatre, and wishes all of his NoVa friends and family his warmest regards.

 

Evan Crump (Clown #2)

Evan Crump (Clown #2)

 

Evan Crump (Clown 2): has performed with many local companies, including the Kennedy Center (Talbott in The Other Room), the American Century Theater (Richard Miller in Ah, Wilderness!), Washington Shakespeare Company (Yepikhodov in The Cherry Orchard), First Stage (Madame Arcati in Blithe Spirit, Bernard in Don’t Dress for Dinner), Georgetown Theatre Company (Giovanni in ‘Tis Pity She‘s a Whore), and Active Cultures Theater (Vigo Jansen in The Resurrectionist King).  His theater company, Unstrung Harpist Productions, won Best Drama honors at the 2010 Capital Fringe Festival for Genesis.  The only thing that winds him up as much as acting is Terrapin basketball.

 

James Finley (Richard Hannay)

James Finley
(Richard Hannay)

James Finley (Richard Hannay): Area credits include A Few Good Men (Officer #1),The Full Monty (Keno), Man of La Mancha (Pedro) and 1776 (Jefferson) with Keegan Theatre; Small Craft Warnings (Bill), Camille:a tearjerker (Armand), Lulu (Schwartz/Jack), Gnadiges Fraulein (Indian Joe), Richard III (Brakenbury), The Mistorical Hystery of Henry (I)V (Poins), The Bacchae (Bacchant) with WSC Avant Bard (Company Member);  Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? (Bronk), Stalag 17 (Dunbar), Little Murders (Alfred), Voodoo Macbeth (Fleance) with The American Century Theatre; Naked Boys Singing! (Various) with Ganymede Arts and Sink the Belgrano! (Sailor) with Scena Theatre.

 

Emily Levey (Annabella/Margaret/Pamela)

Emily Levey
(Annabella/Margaret/Pamela)

Emily Levey (Annabella/Pamela/Margaret): Adventure Theatre: You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown, ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas, Go Dog, Go! Capitol Fringe Festival: Who’s Your Baghdaddy? Dizzy Miss Lizzy Presents The Orestia; Imagination Stage: Busytown; Keegan Theatre: Rent (Helen Hayes Award, Outstanding Ensemble, 2010), Dancing at Lughnasa; Kennedy Center Family Theater: Snow White, Rose Red (and Fred), Cautionary Tales for Children; Signature Theatre: Chess, The Happy Time, Merrily We Roll Along; Studio Theatre 2nd Stage: Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Reefer Madness; Washington Savoyards: A Grand Night for Singing, Kiss Me Kate. Education: NYU, Tisch School of the Arts.

 

 

“For me, the best thing about this company has always been how our actors, directors, and designers come up with exciting and creative ways to fit epic stories into our tiny little theatre. This reimagining of Alfred Hitchcock’s early masterpiece seemed like the perfect way to keep that tradition alive as we begin our next phase.”

Evan Hoffmann, NextStop Theatre Company Producing Artistic Director