Date: June 20, 2013 — July 13, 2013
Days & Times:

Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 7 pm
Thursdays - Saturdays at 8 pm
Sunday, June 30th at 2pm
No performance June 25 or July 4

Price: $25

Written and Directed by Art Devine
Set Design by Dan Joy
Costume Design by Robin McLaughlin
Lighting Design by Kevin Wilson
Fight Choreography by TJ Glenn
Props by Mary Fritz
Stage Manager Kate Gulden


The year is 1967. Over a game of pool, two young men swap identities. One goes to prison; the other to war. Inspired by true events and pulsating with the sights and sounds of the late 1960s, 9-Ball was Art Devine’s hugely successful first play at Cape Rep and is being brought back by popular demand!



Morgan West * (Richie Feinberg) is thrilled to return to the Cape for his fourth production at Cape Rep. Morgan recently moved from New York to Los Angeles and has been working primarily in Film and Television. Film/TV: 5 Senses of Fear, Dead Souls, Pig Lady, Remains: Road to Reno, and Trust No One. Off B’way: Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? Regional: Avenue Q, The Drowsy Chaperone, Evita, Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Fantasticks and 42nd Street. Morgan received his BFA in Drama from NYU. Special thanks to his friends and family for their support and the men and women of our armed forces for their service and sacrifices.


James Swayer (Larry Doucette) is making his Cape Rep Theatre debut. He is a recent graduate of Bridgewater State University where he performed in Harvey (Elwood P. Dowd), Bat Boy (Edgar), and The Wizard of Oz (Scarecrow).


Samuel Gillam (Eddie Fogal/Vinny Petrecho/Army Recruit) is excited to make is debut at Cape Rep. Past credits include Orestes in Visions of an Ancient Dreamer, Micahel in The Pillowman, Junior in Escape from Happiness, Young Marlow in She Stoops to Conquer (Bridgeport Theatre Company) Red in A Christmas Carol, Dwarf/Huntsman in Snow White and the Seven Dwarves ( Berkshire Theatre Group) Warren in This is Our Youth, Baby San in Tracers ( Standing O Productions) and Jeff in Curious Savage (Colonial Players). He thanks his family and friends for their support and love.


Brandon G. Green (Rocky Thomas/Mink/Bully) is a graduate of Alabama State University currently pursuing an MFA in Acting fomr Brandeis. Prior credits include Orestes/Iphegenia at Taurus (Plyades), Escape from Happiness (Mike), Closer (Larry), Brokeology (William), Anitgone (Creon) and August Wilson’s Jitney (Doub). Brandon toured with Shakespeare Theatre of New Jearsey’s Next Stage Ensemble productions of As You Like It (Corin/Charles) and The Rover ( Frederick). Brandon is grateful for this debut performance at Cape Rep.


Zachary Brown (Brad Coyne/Officer Price/Bully/Roy/O’Connor) is thrilled to return to Cape Rep. Some of his credits include Lancelot in Monty Python’s SPAMALOT, Leo Bloom in The Producers, watty Watkins in Lady Be Good, and the title role in Dr. Horrible’s Sing-A-Long-Blog.


Tucker Delaney-Winn (Tom Durkee/Army Officer/Bully/Eric/Dan/Sgt. Albertson) This is Tucker’s first role at Cape Rep Theatre. He has also written and produced his own Shakespearean hip-hop musical, Hamlet, the Hip-Hopera. He graduated from Tufts University in 2012.


Ryan McCarthy (Sgt. Wirtman/Convict/Bully/Army Photographer/Reverend) This is Ryan’s first show at Cape Rep Theatre, and he is honored for this wonderful opportunity! Regional credits: Soldier, Messenger, Tavern Patron in Henry IV, Part I at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey. College credits: Mitch in A Streetcar Named Desire, Septimus in Arcadia, Orpheus in Eurydice. Special thanks to Mom, Dad, sisters Kira and Rebecca for all their support along with Art Devine and Janine Perry for this great experience! Ryan holds a BFA in Theatre from Albright College in Reading, PA.


Kevin Quill (Baker/Convict/Bully/Paul/Army Recruit) performed at Cape Rep in Look Homeward, Angel (Eugene), Alexander and the…Bad Day (Alexander), and Steel Pier. In NYC in Sweeney Todd (Tobias) and My Fair Lady (Freddy). Kevin recieved his BA in English Literature at Hunter College and actor traingin with Harold Guskin and Eric Morris. He will perform a one man play, An Illiad, at Cotuit Center for the Arts in September.


Brendan Cloney (Understudy for Larry/Vinny/Eddie/Baker) was Ritchie Valens in Buddy Holly: The Buddy Holly Story, Griffin in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Robbie in Over a Barrel (HJT); Solomon in Speech and Debate (Cape Rep); and Sir Toby Belch in Twelfth Night (Nauset Regional High School). Brendan stage manages Beehive, Strictly Sinatra and Hamlet, and Assistant Directed Raggedy Ann & Andy at HJT. Brendan will attend Emerson College in the fall.

*Appearing courtesy of Actor’s Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States, appearing under Special Appearance Contract.


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