On Golden Pond

July 10, 2015 — August 2, 2015

Tue & Thu Evenings: 7:30pm
Fri & Sat Evenings: 8pm
Wed, Thu, Sat & Sun Matinees: 2pm

Friday, July 10th: 7pm
Saturday, July 11th: 7pm

It’s summer on Golden Pond, the beautiful lake where Ethel and Norman have spent 48 summers. This year, their tranquil plans are turned upside down when their daughter and her new boyfriend arrive to drop his teenage son off for the summer. This acting tour de force is about growing up, growing older and learning to manage the ties that bind.

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ON GOLDEN POND | BY Ernest Thompson DIRECTED BY Jonathan Silverstein


DSC_0321KeirlgcrKEIR DULLEA (Norman Thayer) Since 1957, Keir Dullea has appeared in more than 25 feature films including David and Lisa (winner of 1963 Golden Globe Award: “New Star of the Year”), 2001: A Space Odyssey, Madam X as Lana Turner”s son, and Bunny Lake is Missing with Sir Laurence Olivier. He has made more than 50 guest appearances on television series ranging from Naked City to Damages. Broadway credits include Cat On a Hot Tin Roof, Butterflies Are Free and P.S. Your Cat is Dead. Additional stage appearances include playing London’s West End, off (and off off) Broadway, and many regional theaters.  Keir recently played Big Daddy in Cat On A Hot Tin Roof at The Tennessee Williams Theatre Festival, his favorite role to date. He will next be seen in the soon to be released films: Isn’t It Delicious, and Infinitely Polar Bear in which he plays Mark Ruffalo’s father.

DILLON, MIAMIA DILLON (Ethel Thayer) is a veteran stage actor whose Broadway credits include Our Town, The Miser, Hay Fever, Crimes of the Heart (Tony nomination, Clarence Derwent & Drama League Awards), Agnes of God, The Corn is Green, Once a Catholic (Drama Desk nomination), and Da. Her Off-Broadway credits include The Metal Children, Mary Rose, The Exonerated, New England, and The Three Sisters at Manhattan Theatre Club, and Come Back, Little Sheba at Roundabout Theatre Company. Among her many regional credits are Period Of Adjustment, A Delicate Balance, Ghosts, Noel Coward in Two Keys, Paris Bound (directed by Vivian Matalon), and Palace of Amateurs (all for Berkshire Theatre Festival), Sylvia, Molly Sweeney, Private Lives, Wonderful Tennessee, Dancing at Lughnasa, The Cherry Orchard, Speed-The-Plow, Heartbreak House, and Much Ado About Nothing.  Ms. Dillon’s film and television credits include Gods & Generals, A Shock to the System, The Money Pit, Terms of Endearment, the upcoming First Born, all three Law & Order’s, the upcoming All Good Things, and a recurring role on The Jury.

Cerveris, Todd

TODD CERVERIS (Charlie Martin) Broadway: South Pacific, Twentieth Century.  Off-Broadway (premieres): Southern Comfort; Almost, Maine; The Booth Variations; The Butcherhouse Chronicles; Time and the Conways; Somewhere, Someplace Else; Dick In London.  National tours: War Horse, Spring Awakening, Twelve Angry Men, The Acting Company. Regional: Arena Stage, La Jolla Playhouse, Old Globe Theatre, Pioneer Theater, George Street Playhouse, Cincinnati Playhouse, Portland Stage Company, The Repertory Theater of St. Louis, Actors Theater of Louisville.  International: Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Actor’s Touring Company (UK & Greece).  Film & television: Allegiance, One Bad Choice, White Collar, Nurse Jackie, One True Thing, Living and Dining, Law & Order, The Rake’s Progress.

Clifford, Cameron

CAMERON CLIFFORD (Billy Ray, Jr.) is extremely honored to be amongst such talent in this production! Winner of the Broadway World Best Featured Actor in a Musical, Touring Production – Los Angeles, CA and Austin, TX; nominated for the Independent Reviewers of New England for Best Promising Performance by a Child Actor. Pre-Broadway, Chicago: First Wives Club the Musical (2015). Broadway/ US/Int’l Tour: Billy Elliot the Musical (2011-2013), Waiting for Godot (2009). Film/TV: The Great Gilly Hopkins (2015), 30 Rock, SNL, Team UmiZoomi, and numerous commercials and voiceovers. Special thanks to Shirley Grant Management, CESD, The Star Maker School (Leesa Csolak, dance, and Amelia DeMayo, vocal coach), friends/neighbors/extended family, Mom, Dad, and sisters Cayce and Shanna.

Noble, Don

DON NOBLE (Bill Ray) is making his Bucks County Playhouse debut! Broadway: Once, End of the Rainbow. Off-Broadway: That Other Woman’s Child (NYMF), Perfect Crime. National Tour: Mamma Mia! (Sam Carmichael). Regional credits include: End of the Rainbow (Guthrie Theater), Jane Austen’s Emma (The Old Globe), Cactus Flower (Capital Repertory), To Kill a Mockingbird (Atticus Finch), James Joyce’s The Dead (Gabriel Conroy), An Ideal Husband (Lord Goring), Funny Girl (Nicky Arnstein), Candida (Reverend Morell), The Importance of Being Earnest (Jack), Blood Brothers (Narrator), Henry IV, The Tempest, Elizabeth Rex. Television: Zero Hour, Cold Squad, UC: Undercover, Mysterious Ways. Proud member of the Actors’ Equity Association.

Scott Reed, ChristaCHRISTA SCOTT-REED (Chelsea Thayer) Broadway: The Pitmen Painters. National Tour: C.S. Lewis’ The Great Divorce. Off-Broadway: The Talls (Second Stage); Celebration and The Room, The Bald Soprano and the Lesson, 10×20 and 10×25 (Atlantic Theater Company); The Freedom of the City (Irish Rep); Beasley’s Christmas Party, Pullman Car Hiawatha, and Museum (Keen Company); Deathbed (McGinn-Cazale); Marion Bridge (Urban Stages); The Voysey Inheritance (The Mint Theater).  Regional:  Berkeley Repertory Theatre, The Old Globe, Paper Mill Playhouse, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Pioneer Theatre, Barrington Stage Company, Syracuse Stage, Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Cleveland Playhouse, and more.  Film & TV:  30 Rock, 666 Park AvenueThe Impossibilities, Eden, Gossip Girl, Law & Order, Law & Order: SVU, Love Life, New Amsterdam, and As the World Turns.