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DIXIE’S HAPPY HOUR by Kris Andersson

directed by PAT R I C K R I C H W O O D



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sound design

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Master Carpenter ..............................................................Ardean Landhuis Program Booklet Design .....................................................Preston Bircher Graphic Design ......................................................................... Greg Bistolfi

Artistic Director ANDY ROGOW

Managing Director MARTIN CHILDERS

DIXIE’S HAPPY HOUR will be performed WITHOUT an intermission. The videotaping or making of electronic or other audio and/or visual recordings of this production or distributing the recordings on any medium, including the internet, is strictly prohibited, a violation of the Author’s and Performer’s rights and actionable under United States copyright law.



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Dixie’s Happy Hour, Holiday Speckatular, Compensation, The Niceties & Bright Colors and Bold Patterns Show dates and times: Performances Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8 pm and Sunday at 5 pm or 954-928-9800


MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT Welcome everyone back to Island City Stage. In dealing with this pandemic, all theaters have been challenged to bring “live” productions back to our Community. Our upside-down world has presented us with an opportunity to be creative in offering various entertainment options and presentation choices. The Board and Staff know that everyone’s safety is our highest priority for our patrons, volunteers, and actors. That is why our first production, Dixie’s Happy Hour is being presented both live and virtually. Island City Stage follows all the strict guidelines established by government agencies and Actors Equity for all live productions this season. We are so grateful for all our patrons who have been generous in contributing to our Phoenix Fund and donating their unused theater tickets. This has greatly sustained Island City Stage during the pandemic and allowed us to “rise up” and launch our 9th Season this month! I want to thank Andy Rogow and Marty Childers for their commitment and efforts during this time as well as our engaged and generous Board of Directors. Also, I would like to recognize and thank Scott Clearwater who has served as our Board President for the past year, for his commitment and support as a Board Member over the past years. Thank YOU for supporting Island City Stage. Ed Hashek Board President Island City Stage | 2304 N. Dixie Highway | Wilton Manors, Florida 33304


WHO’S WHO KRIS ANDERSSON [Dixie Longate] Nearly two decades ago, Dixie Longate was “born” in a livingroom,andhercharismaand charm soon made her the top selling Tupperware salesperson in the US. Since that auspicious beginning, Kris has portrayed Dixie in multiple countries for hundreds of thousands of people, and in 2007, Dixie’s Tupperware Party ran off-Broadway garnering a prestigious Drama Desknomination for Outstanding Solo Performance. Kris’ other original productions include Dixie’s: Never Wear a Tube Top While Riding a Mechanical Bull (and 16 other things I learned while I was drinking last Thursday) which was co-produced by the Denver Center for the Performing Arts and enjoyed a lengthy national run. As many arts organizations are struggling to keep the doors open, Kris created Dixie’s Happy Hour to offer support to the theater community. Proceeds from this production, which will begin streaming nationwide this month, will benefit participating theaters and arts centers.

ANDY ROGOW [ICS Artistic Director] is the founding Artistic Director of Island City Stage where he has directed From White Plains, Buyer and Cellar, The Radicalization of Rolfe, Zanna, Don’t!, Hir, the world premiere of Stuart Meltzer’s The Goldberg Variations which won the Carbonell Award for Best New Work. He was nominated for Best Director for the world premiere of Michael McKeever’s Daniel’s Husband which won the Carbonell for Best Production of a Play and was recently presented Off Broadway. In addition, he recently directed the premiere of Dan Clancy’s At Home at West Boca Theater Company which has been nominated for the Carbonell for Best New Play. Other credits include Same Time, Next Year and The Most Happy Fella for Broward Stage Door, Steve Solomon’s My Mother’s Italian, My Father’s Jewish and I’m in Therapy

PATRICK RICHWOOD [Director] directed the enormously successful national tour of Dixie’s Tupperware Party and is thrilled to be working with the sassiest redhead below the Mason-Dixon line once again! As an actor he has performed on a great many stages across this country himself, but he’s best known for his work on screen. He has created roles in 23 films including The Princess Diaries, Dear God, Beaches, The Race to Space, Runaway Bride, Streets, Armageddon, The Other Sister, Soul Surfer and Pretty Woman. Many thanks to Kris Andersson and Island City Stage for this fantastic opportunity to spread a little Happy!


Ross’s sexual biography, like Portnoy’s Complaint, [is] as funny as it is shocking.

ANDREW HOLLERAN author of Dancer from the Dance

… the bold exploration of a father and son’s relationship makes for a compelling reading experience. KIRKUS REVIEWS

A sexy, scathing insider’s view of an interior design magazine that hardly needs its murder plot to keep readers enthralled.


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INSIDE is The Devil Wears Prada of the decorating world. FELICE PICANO author of Art & Sex in Greenwich Village

Charles L. Ross was the art director of Architectural Digest (1978-1985) and Veranda (1987-2004). Inside was a Lambda Literary Award finalist.

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WHO’S WHO which has been touring nationally since 2004 and Waist Watchers, the Musical. As Artistic Director of The Hollywood Playhouse he directed Always Patsy Cline with Sally Struthers, Fiddler on the Roof with Avi Hoffman, A Grand Night for Singing, Man of La Mancha and several world premiere plays and musicals. Andy is originally from Chicago and received his BFA from NYU and his MFA from UNLV. He is a member of the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers and is a past president of the Theater League of South Florida. MARTIN CHILDERS [Managing Director, Island City Stage] Prior to coming to Island City Stage, Childers served as Executive Director of Jenny Wiley Theatre leading the company through 14 years for growth. Childers brings almost 20 years of fundraising, marketing and management experience to Island City

Stage. “I am proud to serve the LGBT+ community in this capacity and I love and enjoy the people involved with Island City Stage.” He recently relocated to Dania Beach with his partner, Harold Dioquino. Childers can be reached at [email protected] ARDEAN LANDHUIS [Scenic & Lighting Design] is happy to return to Island City Stage for Dixie’s Happy Hour. He has amassed over 250 professional Lighting Design, Scenic Design and Technical Direction credits in Opera and Theatre productions across the country. Opera Designs include productions of Don Giovanni, Lucia Di Lammermoor, Don Pasquale, L’elisir D’amore, and La Traviata. Recent theatre Designs include productions of Mary Poppins, Evita, Addams Family, Beauty and the Beast, The Drowsy Chaperone, Mame and Young Frankenstein. He most recently designed the world premieres of Mr. Parker and Starmaker at Island City

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Show dates and times: Performances Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8 pm and Sunday at 5 pm plus online! or 954-928-9800

WHO’S WHO and Not In My Town with Opera Fusion. Upcoming Scenic Designs include Amahl And The Night Visitors with Opera Fusion, La Boheme with Gulfshore Opera and Altar Boys with Island City Stage.

Map of Virtue (Thinking Cap Theatre), The Santaland Diaries & Undo (Parade Productions), as well as Redwood Curtain & Having Our Say (Primal Forces Productions).

DAVID HART [Sound Design] won a Carbonell Award for his design work on The Timekeepers (Island City Stage) and has received a total of 5 nominations. Other shows David has designed and/or run in South Florida are Last Call (First Step Productions) for which he received a Carbonell Nomination, the one woman show The Wedding Warrior which has been performed at Fringe Festivals in New York, Chicago and Scotland, Biloxi Blues, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Main Street Players), Eclipsed (Women’s Theatre project), Chicago, Pippin (Boca Raton Theatre Guild), The Devil’s Music (Arts Garage), Brighton Beach Memoirs (Plaza Theatre), Daniel’s Husband, Zanna Don’t and Shorts Gone Wild (Island City Stage), The Book of Liz, Waiting For Godot, and

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ABOUT ISLAND CITY STAGE 2304 North Dixie Highway Wilton Manors, Florida 33305

ISLAND CITY STAGE BOARD OF DIRECTORS President—Edward Hashek Vice President—David Ratcliff Treasurer—Timothy Hart Secretary—Greg Lindeblom

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THE SPOTLIGHT CLUB ENSEMBLE ($500–$999) [continued] Richard Meyerson Joseph Mineo Wayne Morris Richard Paull Wayne Pawlowski & Theodore Heath Jeff & Marci Pearl Harold Prasse Darren Preucil & Greg Parvin Kevin Radley & Patrick Turner Irwin Rosen Peter Sakasewa & Robert Henann William Sandrik David Schwartz John Shepard John Siegfried

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