Genre: Comedy, Drama
by James McLure

This is a dark comedy about three Vietnam veterans in a VA hospital, coming to grips with the injuries they suffered in combat. The play follows them through the healing process as they tease, torment, and on occasion, support each other. While thirty years have passed from its first Broadway production, today's American soldiers are still dealing with the uncertainties of returning to the civilian world.

Directed by: Max Montel

Cast: Ethan Baum, Jeffry Denman*, and Chapin Springer*
(*Appearing courtesy of Actors' Equity Association)

Open:   01/25/07
Close:   02/18/07

Thursday to Saturday at 8:00PM, Sundays @ 3:00PM
Theater:   Gene Frankel Theatre
Address:   24 Bond St.
New York, NY 10012
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Presented by: Incumbo Theater Company         Official Web Site: www.incumbo.org
Jeffry Denman Pfc. Natwick

B'way: The Producers, Cats, How to Succeed..., Dream. Off-B'way: James Leeds in Children of A Lesser God (Keen Company), Of Thee I Sing (City Center Encores), If Love Were All. Tour/Regional: Phil Davis in White Christmas (San Francisco and Los Angeles), Don Lockwood in Singin' in the Rain (Muny), Tom in Dinner with Friends (Portland Stage). Recordings: White Christmas. Author: A Year with The Producers. Concert: George Gershwin Tribute (Philadelphia Symphony) and Irving Berlin Tribute (Kennedy Center) both with Marvin Hamlisch and A Tribute to Fred Astaire (New Haven Symphony). He will be making his debut at Birdland on Feb. 19th in his solo show: Jazz Turns. He appears in the Astaireand Rogers Collection DVD Vol. 1. Proud member of Actor's Equity. Visit jeffrydenman.com.

Ethan Baum Pfc. Gately

Ethan received a B.A. in theatre at the University of Albany with a concentration in American contemporary theatre. He trained further with William Esper at the William Esper Studio in NYC, completing his two-year Professional Program, and later participating in his Master Class. New York theater credits include "Dear Old Mother...and Other Love Songs" at Studio Dante, "The Baby is Blue" at The WorkShop Theatre, "Denied Inside" at the Theatre Studio, "Tom Slade/Taste of Thieves" at the Expanded Arts Theatre. Other leading roles: "Bus Stop," "Burn This," and "Romeo and Juliet." Notable credits in film and television include "Posttags", "Street Therapy", and "Dead Radio".

Chapin Springer Pfc. Silvio
Chapin is a graduate of Syracuse University. He is also the co-founder of the Specter Theatre Company. UK credits include: Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Valmont), The Prince of Homburg (Homburg). Regional and NYC theatre include: Beast With Two Backs (Al), Buried Child (Vince), Angel City (Lanx), Icarus's Mother (Frank), Stop Kiss (Peter). Television credits include: One Life to Live, Guiding Light, and As The World Turns. Chapin is very proud of this show and would like to thank the Incumbo Theater Company, Max, Carole, his family, and his beautiful bride Ashley. We are all in the debt of the men and women of our armed forces, past and present.