The Full Monty

Date: July 31, 2019 — September 1, 2019
Days & Times:

Tues. - Thurs. at 7 pm
Fri. & Sat. at 8 pm
Sun. at 2 pm
No performance August 4
Post show Talk Backs August 7 & 18

Not Recommended for Children

August 28 special performance to benefit the Veteran’s Company tickets $75 and and include a pre-show bash featuring wings and beer generously provided by DJ’s Family Sports Pub, Devil’s Purse Brewing Co, and Hog Island Beer Co with support from Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank.

Running Time: 120 min
Price: $40

Book by Terrence McNally
Music and Lyrics by David Yazbek
Based on the motion picture, released by Fox Searchlight Pictures, written by Simon Beaufoy, produced by Uberto Pasolini and directed by Peter Cattaneo
Originally Produced for Broadway by Fox Searchlight Pictures, Lindsay Law, and Thomas Hall
World Premiere at The Globe Theatres, San Diego, CA
Orchestrations by Harold Wheeler
Vocal and Incidental Music Arrangements by Ted Sperling
Dance Music Arrangements by Zane Mark
Directed and choreographed by Dani Davis
Musical Direction by Peter Hodgson

Presented with generous support from:


Six unemployed Buffalo steelworkers, regular guys looking for some quick cash, decide to outdo the Chippendales and go “The Full Monty,” baring it all at a local club for one night only. Infectious music, a feel-good, unabashedly sentimental story that works because it is simple and heartfelt. Nominated for 9 Tony Awards.

The Full Monty is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).
All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.


Jerry Lukowski

Sam Nudler (Jerry) Sam is a Boston based actor, musician, and educational professional. He his thrilled to be making his Cape Rep Debut. This past May he received his BFA in Acting from Salem State University. Previous credits include Secondary Education (Forge Theatre Co.) Ragtime, My Name is Asher Lev, Macbeth and The Drowsy Chaperone (Salem State Theatre). He would like to thank his parents, brothers and Jaclyn for the endless support. @samthekidnuds

Dave Bukatinsky

Cam Torres (Dave) Cam is thrilled to return Cape Rep where he was last seen as Davey in Jerusalem. Previous credits include: The Freedom of Air (Giorgio), The Broadway Jukebox: Revolution (Man 2), Dancing Lessons (Ever), Crimes of The Heart (Doc) and Hamlet (Claudius). This year, Cam also had the privilege of starring in his solo performance piece Don’t Feed The Bear with Brown Box Theatre Project which toured throughout Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Maryland.  Cam regularly performs, directs, and administrates with two separate non-profits (C.O.A.A.S.T and Deana’s Educational Theater) that educate youth and adults about drug addiction and dating violence. He would like to thank Ashley and his family for their constant love and never ending support. Thank you!

Harold Nichols

Anthony Teixeira (Harold) is a local performer, producer, music director and educator who is always grateful to be working with Cape Rep. Previous shows here include this season’s UMPO: Summer Blockbusters! and Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed, as well as Shakespeare in Love, Mamma Mia!, Merrily We Roll Along, The Tuna Goddess, Evita, Funny Girl, The Light in the Piazza, Mack & Mabel, A Year with Frog & Toad, Lyle the Crocodile, and How I Became A Pirate, along with shows at Cotuit Center for the Arts, Harwich Junior Theatre, and Theater Under the Stairs.  Anthony has been a soloist and featured singer for the Cape Symphony, including their recent concert performance of The Wizard of Oz.

Malcolm MacGreggor

Noah Pelty (Malcom) is thrilled to return to Cape Rep Theatre. A New York City based actor and musician, he is a recent graduate of the BFA Acting program at Coastal Carolina University. Regional credits include Two Rooms (Atlantic Stage), Merrily We Roll Along (Cape Rep), The Tuna Goddess (Cape Rep), and UMPO Summer Blockbusters (Cape Rep). Later this season you can see Noah in Indecent. Pelty is also singer/songwriter and a member of the Cape Cod based rock band “Canon Hill”.  He thanks the cast of The Full Monty for all of their patience and support.

Noah "Horse" Simmons

Richard E. Waits (Horse) Richard started his career dancing with the legendary Ginger Rogers! He has garnered rave notices for his character portrayals of Feste in Twelfth Night,  Ol Mister in The Color Purple, The Cops in, the cult hit, The View UpStairs, Coalhouse in Ragtime, George in Uncle Tom’s Cabin, The Lion in The Wizard of Oz, Horse in The Full Monty, and Sweet Daddy in Best of Both Worlds directed by Tony Award winning Diane Paulus. As a playwright, his show, Mama Rose, for which he also wrote the book and score, played LaMaMa. @RichardEWaits

Ethan Girard

Ian Shain (Ethan) is so excited to be making his Cape Rep debut with this fun show! Select regional: Peter Pan, A Christmas Carol, and School House Rock LIVE!  (North Shore Music Theatre), Memphis, Annie (Cape Fear Regional Theatre), Newsies, The Sound of Music (New London Barn Playhouse), GreaseAnything Goes (The Palace Theatre), Chicago (Ivortyon Playhouse), Les Misérables (Sharon Playhouse), and Spamalot (Seacoast Repertory Theatre). Training: NYU/Tisch. Endless gratitude to Dani and the entire Cape Rep team for this opportunity. Love to my family. IG: @noshainnogain

Georgie Bukatinsky

Ashlyn Inman (Georgie) Ashlyn is overjoyed to return to the Cape Rep stage! Ashlyn is a graduate of Coastal Carolina University (BFA Musical Theater) and is currently living in New York. She was seen at Cape Rep last year as Medium Alison in Fun Home and Ali in Mamma Mia! and is currently in Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed in the Outdoor Theater! Many thanks to Dani, Janine, and the creative team at Cape Rep for this opportunity; and to Mom, Dad, and Noah for their never-ending support. @ashwednesdays

Vicki Nichols

Jess Andra (Vicki) Jess is thrilled to be spending another season at Cape Rep! She was most recently seen as a sassy T-Rex in UMPO Summer Blockbusters! Other Cape Rep credits: Mamma Mia!, KT Lewis in Merrily We Roll Along, Seneca/The Bishop in Men On Boats and Rhoda in A New Brain. Past credits(select):The Diary of Anne Frank, Polkadots: The Cool Kids Musical (Dreamland Stage Company), A Christmas Carol (Nat’l Tour, PerSeverance Productions), Big FishEvitaSide Show (The Umbrella), Into The WoodsOliverBackground CheckAs Time Goes By (Seacoast Rep), On The TownOnce Upon A Mattress (Hackmatack Playhouse), Murder Ballad (Wilbury Theater Group). Jess is a graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in NYC. “Widges on parade! Bring your own microscope!”

Jeanette Burmeister

Melissa Becker (Jeanette) is a graduate of Emerson College and has acted with the Provincetown Theatre Co. in Pippin, Working, Night of the Iguana, True West, and as Mother Superior in Nunsense (Dan Goggin). At Cape Rep, she appeared in Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean, ‘night Mother, Gaslight, Rashomon, Fallen Angels, Light Up the Sky, An Evening With Dorothy Parker, Macbeth, Wonder of The World, The Rose Tattoo, The Wizard of Oz and Good People. She created Cape Rep’s children’s theatre and directed Charlotte’s Web, James and the Giant Peach , Stuart Little, Raggedy Ann and House at Pooh Corner. Ms. Becker is a co-creator, director, and cast member of the popular “Footlight Fantasies” benefits for Cape Rep Theatre.

Pam Lukowski

Kelly Plescia (Pam) could not be more excited to be back at Cape Rep! Her Cape Rep credits include Beth in Merrily We Roll AlongMamma Mia!, and UMPO Summer Blockbusters. Most recently, she was on the national tour of All Hands on Deck (Daisy Maxwell) and in American Stage’s Mamma Mia! (Ali). Other favorites include Barrington Stage Company’s Tribes, the world premiere of The Mollyhouse (Maggie Clap), Legally Blonde (Serena), New Jersey Performing Arts Center/NJYT’s Smokey Joe’s Cafe (Patti) and Paranormative at the Kraine Theatre. Kelly is an advocate for equality, developmental theatre, and inclusion. Graduate of NYU Tisch’s New Studio on Broadway with a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre. Thank you to the Cape Rep community, Full Monty team, friends and family for the tremendous support. @kellyplescia

Buddy "Keno" Walsh et al.

Ryan Sheehan ( Buddy “Keno” Walsh, etc.) Ryan returns to Cape Rep for his second season! He was seen here last summer in The Tuna Goddess (Shawn), Shakespeare in Love (Nol) and Mamma Mia! as well as this season’s outdoor children’s show Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed (Wilbur). Off-Broadway: Watch Your Back (The Barrow Group), Bored in the USA, Ghost Cat, Stuck Keys (Abingdon Theatre Co). Regional: The Odd Couple (Cotuit Center for the Arts), Pippin (Cape Cod Theatre Co). Staged readings: The Crowded Hour (Manhattan Theatre Club), Where Is Everybody? (NETC). Ryan is a graduate from Quinnipiac University’s Theater and Film B.A. programs. Ryan would like to thank, as always, his family for their constant love and support.

Susan Hershey/Molly MacGregor

Meghan Magrath (Susan Hershey/Molly MacGregor) was last seen at Cape Rep in Merrily We Roll Along, and she is thrilled to be back this summer! Favorite Cape Rep credits include Failure: A Love Story, A Year with Frog and Toad, and Blithe Spirit. Other credits on Cape include Dark Night Cabaret and The ABCs of NYC series at Cotuit Center for the Arts. In New York, Meghan has debuted two original shows, Womenfolk and Here Comes the Broad, at The Duplex Cabaret and Piano Bar. She is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in Drama. You can also catch her Tuesday and Wedneday mornings this summer in Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed: The Rock Experience at the Cape Rep Outdoor Theatre! Love and thanks to the entire Cape Rep team, and her family, especially Conor. For more, visit or @megmag_

Estelle Genovese

Sara Plunkett (Estelle) Sara is an actor, director, and producer from the Ok State of Mississippi. She is a recent Cape Cod transplant after spending nearly a decade working fearlessly in New York City’s cabaret scene. Her most recent roles include Pippin (Fastrada), Freaky Friday (Katherine), and Into the Woods (Florinda). She is the Founder, Producer, and Director of The Palm Cabaret NYC and is fired up to bring The Palm to Cape Cod in the upcoming months. This is her first show at Cape Rep and she’s grateful to be here. Keep up with The Palm Cabaret on Instagram: @thepalmcabaretnyc

Joanie Lish

Isabelle Archer (Joanie) Isabelle is so happy to be returning to Cape Rep! Originally a Cape Cod native, Isabelle now spends most of her time in Connecticut earning her BFA in Musical Theatre from The Hartt School. She’s currently a rising sophomore and Vice President of the Artists of Color Alliance. Favorite credits include: Dynamite in Hairspray (Cape Rep), Rosie in Bye Bye Birdie (BCC), Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors, and Betty Jean in The Marvelous Wonderettes which she’ll be performing in for the third time this summer (Cape Cod Theater Company).

Nathan Lukowski

Julien Lajoie (Nathan) Julien is thrilled to be back at the Cape Rep for his third consecutive summer, having appeared in Fun Home, Merrily We Roll Along and Billy Elliot. Other stage credits: Freaky Friday, Oliver, Shrek, and Seussical at CCTC/HJT; The Music Man at the Cape Playhouse; and A Charlie Brown Christmas and The Christmas Story at the APA. Film: background on location in the feature film, Man of War. When not acting, singing or dancing, Jules can be found next door sailing at the Sea Camps, or fishing, biking and playing soccer. Next up: 8th grade at Nauset, and joining the ranks of YOCO. A special shout-out to Dani, Mo, Janine, Peter, Robin, and the rest of the awesome Cape Rep crew.

Nathan Lukowski

Dylan Moreno (Nathan) Dylan is very excited to be joining Cape Rep for his first professional production. He performed there earlier this year as Bert in Mary Poppins Jr. with the Cape Cod Lighthouse Charter School, where he will be entering 8th grade.  When not acting and singing, Dylan enjoys running cross country, studying karate, and playing trumpet in his school band.

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


Director & Choreopgrapher

Dani Davis (Director) Dani Davis is an Emmy award winning songwriter, Tony nominated Broadway producer and director, and television producer.  She returns to Cape Rep having directed last season’s hit Mamma Mia.  She wrote and directed Handel’s Messiah Rocks, (Emmy Award, PBS, Sony Classical) featuring Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops. She produced GIRL STARTER, with Al Roker, for Discovery, activating young women in entrepreneurship. On Broadway, Davis acted as the lead producer for Little Women the Musical and The Lonesome West – (Tony noms)  She produced the  national tours of Little Women – The Broadway Musical, Working Title Pictures’ Billy Elliott the Musical, ( Helen Hayes Award), Dreamworks’ Shrek the Muscial, Universal Pictures’ The Wedding Singer, and Paramount’s Flashdance the Musical. A graduate of Duke  Davis is on the Executive Boards of The Women’s Forum and Duke’s Entertainment and Media network. She is on the Board of Dance NYC. Davis is the proud mother of Noah and Nina and spilts her time between Cape Cod and NYC.

Musical Director

Peter Hodgson (Musical Director) Peter is happy to be back at Cape Rep for a 3rd summer. Previously at Cape Rep, he was Music Director for Merrily We Roll Along, Billy Elliot, Mamma Mia, and wrote the music for Boundless. He attended NYU, where he received both his BM in Music Theory and Composition and MFA in Musical Theatre Writing. Since graduating, he has music directed around the US and internationally.  Peter currently resides in New York City. Thanks to Mom, Dad, Jess, and J!

Scenic Design

Richard Ouellette (Scenic Design) Recent design credits include P.Y.G or The Misedumacation of Dorian Belle at Studio Theater, Mary Stuart at Olney Theatre Center, Hand to God at Watertower Theater, Erminia for Opera Lafayette, The Freshest Snow Whyte for Imagination Stage, Orfeo ed Euridice at the Maryland Opera Studio, Elemeno Pea at the ART Institute, Lucia di Lammermoor at Catholic U and Clove at UMD. Associate design credits include Grease at Merry Go Round Playhouse, Jelly’s Last Jam at Signature Theater, and Ms Bennet’s Christmas at Pemberly at Round House Theater. Studio assistant for David Korins for Beetlejuice D.C. and Hamilton, the Exhibition. He holds an MFA in Design from the University of Maryland., Instagram: @ouellettedesign.

Lighting Design

Herrick Goldman (Lighting Design) An award-winning designer of theater, dance, video and live events; Herrick owns HG Lighting Design inc. and is founder and principal designer at Evoke Collaborative.  Honored with the 1st LDI Redden Award for Excellence in Theatrical Design, Henry Hewes Nominations for Rooms a Rock Romance and Falling for Eve, The ISES Big Apple award for Best Event Lighting, and The Live Design Excellence award for Best theatrical lighting design, he has been designing professionally for the last 30 years, with numerous Off-Broadway and regional shows to his credit. His work has been seen on 6 continents. Recent productions include Aida directed by Luis Salgado, and The Greatest Piano Men at the Flamingo in Las Vegas. Herrick’s past includes teaching lighting design at MIT, designing attractions for Madame Tussauds in NYC and Vegas, & soon a metropolitan airport. Currently HGLD provides lighting supervision for Christie’s Auction House in NYC. He is the LD for StageNetwork’s Studio Sessions. Current Productions in NYC: Puffs Off-Broadway and Tinga Tinga Tales at the New Victory Theater which Herrick also designed for the Kenyan National Theater in Nairobi. Recent corporate events include Promax 2019, United Health Group DC, Twitter- New Front, the DGA Honors, and Jaguar Evoque Launch for Kinetic. Favorite designs include: Jasper in Deadland, Rooms, Godspell, A Chorus Line, and The Who’s Tommy 15th anniversary at Broadway’s August Wilson. Herrick is a member of USA/IATSE 829. Upcoming projects Indecent at Cape Rep and Einstein’s Dreams at 59/59 Off-Broadway. His work can be seen at and his collaborations will be featured at

Costume Design

Robin McLaughlin (Costume Design) was resident costume designer at Cape Rep Theatre for many years. After several years in California she is very happy to be back East to work at Cape Rep once again. She continues to be a nationally known designer of hand made journey bags and has added custom wedding accessories to her collection.

Stage Manager

Valerie Stanford (Stage Manager) Valerie Stanford is a professional actress, director, and teacher who works in NYC, Chicago, Boston, Miami, Los Angeles, and Cape Cod. Recent credits include: S/he and Me (The Los Angeles LGBT Center), Clean House and The Tale of the Allergists Wife (CalRep at the Queen Mary), In The Next Room, Boeing Boeing, I Am A Camera (Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theatre) The Full Monty, Wonder of the World, Copenhagen (Provincetown Theatre), The Little Dog Laughed (Gablestage) The Real Thing (Boomerang Rep), Rumors, Run For Your Wife, Last of the Red Hot Lovers, Into the Woods (Salem Theatre), SubUrbia, Oklahoma City (Speakeasy Rep) Miss Julie, Bloody Poetry, Hamlet (Boston Art Theatre) The Marriage (Off-Broadway), The Sadness of Others and Not Dead Yet (LaMama ETC), Offending the Audience (Bailiwick Rep) and Yield (St. Mark’s Church). She is currently a member of Buzzworks Productions in Los Angeles.

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