Genre: Musical
©Kevin Duttenhefner
Book/Lyrics by Jack Dyville, Music/Lyrics by John Stutte, Directed by John DeBlass, Choreography by Maria Zannieri, Musi

A 21st Century update of the Aesop Fable, 'A City Mouse & A Country Mouse' starring MEGAN THOMAS (Off-Bdway; Menopuase, The Musical) in the role of Country Mom, Clarissa and TONI L. STANTON (Bdway: Angela Lansbury-A Celebration, Off-Bdway, Another Man's Poison) as CIty mom, Bara. When the City Mom only wants a little peace and quiet at the dinner table away from the screeching traffic, cell phones and texting, she accepts an invitation for she and her family to visit her sister in the country. Her family is not too keen on sewing circles, crawdad fishing and Hard Red Spring Wheat Pageants and Hilarity ensues!!!

About the Company: Friends Always Creating Theatre

FACT is a group of Playwrights - Actors - Directors who have joined  together to create New Theatre! They are Celebrating their 2nd Year as one of the finest new Off Off Broadway Companies in New York City!  Founded by Jack Dyville and David Gillam Fuller in 2009, they are a membership company that has already attracted more than 70 Actors, 10 Directors and 20+ Playwrights. With their 2010-2011 Season they continue to move OnWard & UpWard!


Cast: Amy Marie Stewart
Open:   01/27/11
Close:   02/05/11

Preview Jan 27 @ 7:30pm (Pay What You Can)
Jan 28-29, Feb 3-4-5 @ 7:30pm
Jan 29-30, Feb 5 @ 3:00pm
Theater:   Joria Productions Mainstage
Address:   260 West 36th Street, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10018
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Cost:$18 Adults, $9 Children
Buy Tickets Online or Call: Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006
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Broadway: Angela Lansbury, A Celebration. Off-Broadway: Another Man's Poison, Christmas Rappings. Original cast: On The Radio; Richmond: A Musical Fantasia; Abused: A Musical Play. Opera: Four Saints in Three Acts (Encompass New Opera Theatre). Soundtrack: Parking Wars (A&E Television). Rock bands: Michelangelo; Dollhouse. Recordings: Jazz in the Key of Ebell. West Side Dance Project scholarship student.

 SDC Director/Choreographer 40 Yrs. experience. BA in Theatre/ Texas Wesleyan. MFA in Directing, TCU. Pre-Bway Tour: Summer Brave. (Dance Director), Off-Bway: Movie Buff, DuBarry Was A Lady. OOBway: In Circles, (Judson Poets Theatre), Arabian Nights (45th Street Theatre), Certain Souls (Algonquin),  Strawberry Festival, Turnip Festival, NY In'tl Fringe, 20 yrs resident Dir/Youth Education On Stage, summer theatre, North Dakota. Artistic Director-Co-Founder/ F.A.C.T. Thanks to David Gillam Fuller for his help and support in founding this wonderful theatre company!


 Dir/Choreo since '72. (NYC) The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (World Premiere musical) (New 42nd Street Theatre), Conditions (Theatre Off-Park) , The Guardsman, God and the Family, The Prisoner of Zenda, Ivanhoe The Flapper Queen (Fitgerald Theatre) Sextet, Twelfth Night (Samuel Beckett Theatre).Fight Choreo: Medieval Festival (Cloisters), Medieval Banquet (St Johns the Divine) and  West Side Dance Project's Renaissance Banquet  annually since 1988. Proud to be an Associate Producer of FACT and back directing with them after Instant Theatre.

 was seen as Frank Cutler in Gutter Star: The Paperback Musical at the '09 NY Int'l Fringe Fest. And is a F.A.C.T. Charter Member. Also appeared in FACT's One Big Happy Family (Cousin Carl), Ragbo's Christmas Adventure (Rago), Kiss Today Goodbye (Todd Palin) as well as various roles in Words & Wine.  Favorite performances:  You're A Good Man Charlie Brown (Charlie), Forever Plaid (Frankie & Jinx), Hello Dolly (Barnaby Tucker), A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum (Hero) and Grease (Roger).


Danielle is a member of F.A.C.T. and previously has appeared as an actress in several of their productions. An accomplished musician, she now steps into the role of Musical Director-accompanist and is doing additional Musical arrangements for this New York premier.

John Stutte was born in Jefferson City, MO where he studied piano, guitar and voice. He absorbed music from all directions, including the Beatles, rock and roll, and showtunes. He seriously studied classical music and composition at a small university for a few years before changing majors to pursue a career in business. Always passionate about music, Stutte composed choral, ensemble and piano pieces for various events and occasions and continued to study and practice. In 2002, he decided to seriously enter the field of theatrical music and worked with the executive director of the Napoleon Hill World Learning Center to produce his first show, “Nap!” in 2003 at a small university theatre in suburban Chicago. Stutte has been involved creatively in several local and community theatre productions in various venues around the U.S. He now lives in Atlanta, GA where in 2009 he began working long distance with Jack Dyville on their first project: “Eeek! A Mousical”. 

Cailin Doran is excited to be a part of the ensemble of Eek! Cailin has appeared in numerous shows both in and outside of New York City. Best of luck to the cast and enjoy the show!

Emily is excited to be playing the role of City Son in Eeek! A Mousical. Emily has performed in numerous shows both in and outside of NYC. Best of luck to everyone working on this production.

Selah is excited to be playing the part of Clem, the country son, in Eeek! A Mousical. Selah has been involved in numerous shows both in and inside of NYC. Best of luck to everyone who is working on Eek!

Margaret-Ellen is excited to be working with John DeBlass again and to be in the ensemble of Eek! A Mousical. Many thanks to everyone working on this production!

National Tours: Seussical (Mrs. Mayor), They’re Playing our Song (Sonia u/s w/ Performance), Nuncrackers (Amnesia), A Christmas Carol (Belle) Other Favorites: Romance/Romance (Josephine/Monica), Charlie Brown Christmas (workshop), Meet Me in St Louis (Esther), Winter Wonderettes (Suzy), Hello, Dolly (Minnie Fay), Plain and Fancy (Hilda).  Proud member of AEA. 

Rachel is excited to be a part of the ensemble for Eek! A Mousical. Rachel has worked on a number of shows both in and out of NYC. Rachel would like to wish everyone involved with Eeek! the best of luck.

Michael is very excited to be playing the role of the Country Dad in Eeek! A Mousical. Michael has appeared in shows both in and outside of NYC and would like to wish everyone working on Eek! best of luck.

Melissa is excited to be playing the role of Brianna, the City Daughter, in Eeek! A Mousical. In addition to being a performer, Melissa is a Councilor of AEA. Melissa would like to thank everyone working on Eeek! for all their hard work.

MEGAN THOMAS (Golde) won Best Supporting Actress at the New Hampshire Theatre Awards ('08) as Frauline Schneider in CABARET; was the Mother Abbess in THE SOUND OF MUSIC and Off-Broadway, the Iowa Housewife in MENOPAUSE THE MUSICAL. Also in NYC, Ms. Thomas performed with the New York Pops Orchestra at Carnegie Hall: NYCity Center Encores' - JUNO; Metropolitan Opera's DIE MEISTERSINGER von NURNBURG; Al Carmines' - CHRISTMAS RAPPINGS (Mary); and the TV pilot for Martin Scorsese's new HBO series - BOARDWALK EMPIRE. Megan was Gumby/Griddlebone in the (Vienna) Austrian company of CATS; and in National Tours - BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (Mrs. Potts); Carol Channing's HELLO, DOLLY!; and GREASE (Marty). Regionally: LA CAGE AUX FOLLES (Mme Dindon); SWEENEY TODD (Beggar Woman); THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE (Mrs. Meers); RAGTIME (Emma Goldman); EVITA (Eva); HELLO, DOLLY! (Dolly); and NUNSENSE (Sr. Mary Amnesia). Megan is the great grandniece of author-poet Dylan Thomas. Proud member Actors Equity Association.