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Resident theatre company of the 

West Windsor Arts Council


by David Auburn, Directed by Judi Parrish

September 9-18, 2016

Audience comments & reviews:

"This was excellent theater." -Richard K.
"Excellent show.  Excellent acting."  -Judy G.
"Play is great.  Acting is superb.  Will definitely come here again."
-Rita H.
"Loved the performance.  Looking forward to future presentations." -Paul Pitluk
"So glad I came!  Wonderful production--acting, sets, direction all superb." -Mary M. 
"Acting so real." -Meryl M.
"The play was wonderful.  I can't wait for the next show!" -Tara S.
"I am so impressed and thrilled to have Pegasus here [at the West Windsor Arts Center]." -JPW

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Kayla Elizabeth (Catherine)

This is Kayla's first production with Pegasus Theatre Project and she is honored to be joining them for their maiden voyage.  In the past Kayla has been lucky enough to work with Shakespeare ‘70, PCM Theatre, CXT Productions, Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre and University of Rhode Island Theatre. In addition to her theatre work, Kayla is a high school English teacher and as a result, an expert wine drinker. When she's not molding young minds you can catch her binge watching The Office. Thanks to all the wonderful people who continue to make art and make things like this possible. You guys rock. 

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Jonathan A. Martin (Hal)

Jonathan is an actor/director from East Windsor, NJ. He holds a B.A. in Theatre from James Madison University. He recently worked as a touring actor for the Hampstead Stage Company, and will be returning to work with them again in October for their fall season. As a director, Jonathan serves as Artistic Director for Hightstown Theatre in the Park, and recently directed the debut production of “The Empty Chair” as part of the Thespis Theatre Festival in New York City. Much love to Christine for her continued love and support, and endless gratitude to God for consistent blessings.

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Christopher C. Gibbs (Robert)

Christopher C. Gibbs: Recently in New Jersey–The Lion in Winter, The Crucible, To Kill a Mockingbird, Judgment at Nuremberg, Our Town (Stage Manager), The Mousetrap, Noises Off (Lloyd), The Ice Breaker, Our Town (Doc Gibbs), Rumors, Lend Me a Tenor, Our Town (Joe Stoddard), Mauritius, Noises Off (Selsdon), Much Ado About Nothing, August: Osage County, Other People’s Money, Sherlock Holmes, The Final Adventure, Inherit the Wind, Trying, The Second Mrs. Wilson, Stage Kiss, Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike.

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Jennifer Nasta Zefutie (Claire)

Jennifer is a Co-Founder and Co-Producing Artistic Director of Pegasus Theatre Project.  An award-winning actress, Jennifer has appeared in over 30 plays and numerous short and feature length films, corporate videos, and industrials.  Past roles include Anne Sullivan in The Miracle Worker, Portia in The Merchant of Venice, Lt. Cmdr. Joanne Galloway in A Few Good Men, Claire in Proof, and the title character in Tom Stoppard’s Hapgood.  She also has originated several roles presented in various off-Broadway play festivals in NYC.   Jennifer holds a BA in English Literature and Drama from Lafayette College and 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.   

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Production Team

Peter Bisgaier (Producer)

Peter has worked in all aspects of the theatre.  As co-producing artistic director of The Empire Theatre Company he oversaw the production of three off-Broadway plays, most notably the NY stage premiere of Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs.  As an actor he has appeared all over the country, most recently as First Gangster in Kiss Me Kate at Act2 Playhouse. Peter has directed over 30 productions, including his award winning Picasso at the Lapin Agile.  Some of his other hats are playwright, screenwriter, and the Production Manager at the West Windsor Arts Center since they opened their doors in 2010 where he has also taught many classes and camps to hundreds of kids including acting, playwriting, and filmmaking.  

Judi Parrish (Director)

Judi Parrish 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 Frank, Master 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 Angels, Around the World in 80 Days, Violet, Pippin, among numerous others.

Lili Timmes (Stage Manager)

Lili is excited to be a part of Pegasus Theatre Project’s first production!  She is no stranger to local theatre, and her favorite credits backstage include stage managing the summer Shakespeare shows and assistant directing Circle Mirror Transformation for Shakespeare ’70, and stage managing/producing the original musical Lemonade! with End of the World Theatre.  She also enjoys acting, most recently as Nina in Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (Langhorne Players) and the title character in Becky Shaw (S’70).  She will make her directorial debut with The Heidi Chronicles (S’70) at the Open Arts PAC in Bordentown this coming March.  Lili is an attorney by day and lives in Lawrenceville with her husband, Andrew.