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Resident theatre company of the 

West Windsor Arts Council

Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm.  Join us for one of these special events:

Friday, September 15Opening Night Reception

Sunday, September 17Talkback Session

Saturday, September 23Pre-Show Cocktail Party

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Peter Bisgaier (George Schneider)

Favorite roles include Marc in the Pegasus Theatre Project production of  ‘ART’; Mr. Orange in the World Stage Premiere of Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs (Empire Theatre Co.); Bingham in Fox on the Fairway (Act 2 Playhouse); Ernie in Rumors (Montgomery Theatre); Harker in Dracula (Delaware Theatre Co.); Paul, Janice, the Rabbi, and others in Patience (Boomerang Theatre Co.); and Faulkland in The Rivals (Horse Cave Theatre).  Peter’s screenplay The Legend of Young Santa Claus has been optioned by August Road Productions.  He teaches acting, playwriting, and film making at the West Windsor Arts Center where he is also a founding member of Pegasus Theatre Project.  Peter dedicates this performance to his wife and two little girls for helping make it all possible.

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Frank Falisi (Leo Schneider)

Frank is stoked beyond belief to be making his Pegasus Theatre Project debut!  Recent credits and favorite roles include: Scoop in The Heidi Chronicles; Jerry in Betrayal; Guiteau in Assassins; Tesman in Hedda Gabler; Lockstock in Urinetown; Lucas in Laughter on the 23rd Floor; Picasso in Picasso at the Lapin Agile. Globs of gratitude to Jennifer, Judi, Peter, Lili, John, and everyone at West Windsor Arts for making this such a good good time; mondo love to mom and dad and Sarah and Finley for making life such a sweet noise. Cheers y’all!

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Heather Plank (Jennie Malone)

Heather is thrilled to be involved with Pegasus Theatre Project! She studied acting at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute at NYU, and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Heather appeared as Curtis/The Widow in Taming of the Shrew (Philadelphia Fringe Festival), Jenny in Home (Brotherly Love Theatre Company), Patsy in Side Man (Players Club of Swarthmore Second Stage), Cassandra in Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (Old Academy Players), and Dr. Girard in Would You Still Love Me If... (Walnut Street Theatre's Studio 5). She also performs often with Liberty City Radio Theatre and Without a Cue. When she’s not shushing library patrons at her day job, Heather enjoys running, cooking, and writing humorous essays for the website she and her sister created, appropriately called Disaster Sisters (

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Sarah Stryker (Faye Medwick)

Sarah is delighted to be making her debut with Pegasus Theatre Project. Favorite credits include King John with Revolution Shakespeare, Unnecessary Farce with Pennington Players, and Macbeth with Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre. She recently assistant directed The Heidi Chronicles with Shakespeare ’70 and performed in the 2017 One Minute Play Festival at Mile Square Theatre. She trained at the Stella Adler School of Acting in New York and at Dell’Arte International in California.  She is an Equity Member Candidate and an aspiring yogi.

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Production Team

Judi Parrish (Producer)

Judi is a Co-Founder and Co-Producing Artistic Director of Pegasus Theatre Project.  She has 45+ years in theatre with credits as a producer, director, musical director, lighting designer, set designer, sound designer, technical director, stage manager, and actress. Recent directing credits include: A Streetcar Named Desire and Agnes of God at Villagers Theatre; The Diary of Anne FrankMaster Class and The Miracle Worker at Kelsey Theatre. Other credits include lighting and set designs for Fiddler on the Roof and Camelot, and lighting designs for City of AngelsAround the World in 80 DaysVioletPippin, among numerous others.

Jennifer Nasta Zefutie (Director)

Jennifer is a Co-Producing Artistic Director of Pegasus Theatre Project.  She has been a theatre artist for nearly 20 years as an actor, director, producer, and teacher.  An award-winning actress, Jennifer has appeared in over 30 plays and numerous short and feature length films, corporate videos, and industrials.  As a director, she has staged both plays and musicals, including last season’s hit comedy ‘ART’ by Yasmina Reza.  Other directing credits include Tom Stoppard's The  Real Inspector Hound, Ayn Rand’s Night of January 16th, Stephen Schwartz’s Godspell, and Alan Menken’s Little Shop of Horrors. Jennifer is a graduate of Lafayette College and holds a JD from Seton Hall University School of Law. She is an alumna of The National Theatre Institute at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center in Waterford, CT and has studied at the Moscow Art Theatre in Moscow, Russia.  

Jonathan Martin (Assistant Director)

Jonathan is thrilled to be working with Pegasus Theatre Project again, after Asst. Directing ‘ART’ and starring as Hal in Proof last year!  When not working with Pegasus, Jonathan freelances as an actor, director, and teaching artist. He also is the co-founder and Artistic Director of Recess Theatre in Robbinsville, NJ, where he teaches acting, auditioning, and Shakespeare classes.

Lili Timmes (Stage Manager)

Lili is excited for another show with Pegasus Theatre Project!  She was last seen with the company stage managing last fall’s inaugural production of Proof.  Lili is no stranger to local theatre, with credits including serving on the executive board for Shakespeare ‘70, directing their production of The Heidi Chronicles this past March, and acting in productions with PCM Theatre, Langhorne Players, and S’70.  When she’s not doing theatre, Lili enjoys yoga and cooking, tolerates her day job as an attorney, and lives in Griggstown with her wonderful husband, Andrew.

Gavin Knox (Assistant Stage Manager)

Gavin is delighted to join Pegasus Theater Project for his first post-graduation production. Gavin recently graduated from Lafayette College with a BA in Theater and English. Favorite roles: Valere in Tartuffe (Flux Theater Ensemble) and Lancelot in The Merchant of Venice (Lafayette College Theater). Gavin is a Director for the Pemberton Players Summer Theater Camp. His proudest achievement is his original adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, titled Frankenstein 2029. Gavin thanks Jennifer and Pegasus Theatre Project for giving him his first post-grad production, and looks forward to a fantastic show!

Chrissy Johnson (Costume Designer)

Chrissy has her B.A. in Theatre from James Madison University. While at JMU, she designed and assisted multiple shows, including Avenue Q, Assassins, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, and Dogfight. She is also an accomplished actor, having performed in NJ, Virginia, and NYC. Chrissy is the co-founder and Director of Education for Recess Theatre in Robbinsville, where she teaches acting and musical theatre classes. Many thanks to Jennifer, Judi and Peter for bringing her on this exciting show!