Date: May 26, 2022 — June 12, 2022
Days & Times:

Wednesday - Saturday at 7 pm
Sunday at 2 pm

Running Time: 90 minutes
Price: $35

by Ethan Lipton
Directed by Maura Hanlon
Musical direction by Nick Nudler


This Off-Broadway hit is a hilarious cowboy musical complete with singing cacti, good guys vs bad guys and delicious comedy to sink your teeth into. The citizens of a dusty forsaken frontier town are looking for someone to rescue them from the terrors of Big Bill Yardley. Have they met their salvation–or an even greater evil–when a fiend of legend comes to town?

“Tumacho” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc. www.concordtheatricals.com


  • All patrons will be required to wear a mask during performances.
  • All Cape Rep staff and cast members have been fully vaccinated.
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Alice Whistler

Jess Andra-she/her (Alice) is thrilled to be returning to the Cape Rep *indoor* stage! Most recently, Jess appeared in Cape Rep Theater’s outdoor summer production of Noises Off as Dotty/Mrs.Clackett. Other Cape Rep appearances: Men On Boats, A New Brain, Merrily We Roll Along, UMPO:Summer Blockbusters, The Full Monty and Mamma Mia!(1.0). Select regional credits: Hundred Days, Big Fish, Side Show, Jesus Christ Superstar(The Umbrella Stage Company), Into The Woods, As Time Goes By [world premiere], Oliver (Seacoast Repertory Theater), The Diary of Anne Frank, The Giver, Polkadots: The Cool Kids Musical and 1984 (Dreamland Stage) A graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in NYC, Jess is also a teaching artist and is passionate about helping young folx find their voice. “It ain’t dying I’m talking about, it’s living. I doubt it matters where you die, but it matters where you live.”—Robert Duvall (Gus McCrae) in Lonesome Dove
www.jessandra.com IG- @jessaandra

Mayor Evans

Daniel Fontneau (Mayor Evans) has performed in many productions at theaters all over the Cape. Cotuit Center for the Arts: Joyful Noise, The Stendhal Syndrome, Enchanted April, The Elephant Man, Sullivan & Gilbert, Sylvia, Camelot, Dark of the Moon, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Pirates of Penzance, Annie, The Odd Couple. Harwich Junior Theater: Big River, The Fantasticks, Annie, Promises, Promises, Seussical. Barnstable Comedy Club: Waiting for Godot. CCCC: Urinetown. Eventide Arts: Death of a Salesman, You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Cape Rep Theater: Anna Christie, The Mystery of Edwin Drood.

Dr. Alonzo

Robert Tucker (Dr. Alonzo) is excited to return to the Cape Rep stage. Fun fact: Bob has had around 1500 meals in this building. True, when he was a camper, then counselor, at Camp Monomoy when it was the dining hall. Other Cape Rep shows include: Beach Glass, Light up the Sky, A View from the Bridge, Once Upon a Mattress and Wonder of the World. Other area productions include: Caberet, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, How to Succeed in Business . . . , My Fair Lady, Oklahoma, Hello Dolly, Carousel, The Merry Widow and Captain Andy in Show Boat (The Highlanders); The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Anything Goes, Three Penny Opera, A Flea in Her Ear and Pure as the Driven Snow (The Academy of Performing Arts). A photographer by trade, Bob is in his 49th year as owner of Focalpoint Studio in Orleans. Bob lives in Brewster with his wife, Sally, with their two rescue pups, Willie and Sophie. Yes, Sophie Tucker.

Prudence Alderman

Victoria Tucci (Prudence) is overjoyed to be returning to Cape Rep. She previously appeared at Cape Rep as Dolly in One Man Two Guvnors. Some favorite credits include Blood on my Mother’s Apron (Original Off-Broadway cast), Juliet & Romeo ({Your Name Here} A Queer Theatre Company), I am a Moon (NY Fringe Festival), and Three Sisters Experiment (WOW Theatre Café). Victoria is also an Applied Theatre practitioner and producer based out of NYC. She trained at Circle in the Square Theatre School (NY, NY) and has a BA in Theatre Studies from Elon University (Elon, NC).  She recently received a Master’s in Applied Theatre from CUNY School of Professional Studies (NY, NY). 

Sam Whistler

Ian Ryan (Sam Whistler) last appeared in Cape Rep’s Veterans Company (VetCo) presentation of Red Herring. Previous Cape Rep credits include Babette in La Cage aux Folles, Sir Bedevere in Monty Python’s Spamalot, Shultz in Circle Mirror Transformation, Ralph in Our Country’s Good, George Deaver in All My Sons, and Philly Cullen in Playboy of the Western World. Ian originated the role of Hiram Suslack in the original play Winter Wheat here at Cape Rep and his 10-minute play, 19DEF, written in Cape Rep’s playwriting workshop, was produced here and later selected for presentation in an international theater festival. Ian is deeply grateful for the privilege of being back on stage in person with you.

Clement Graham Jr./Sr.

Nick Nudler (Clement Graham Jr./Sr.) was born and raised in Westford, MA. He is so excited to spend another summer at Cape Rep! Some of his favorite shows he’s been a part of have been: Indecent, Noises Off!, Shakespeare in Love, and Rough Crossing at Cape Rep Theatre; The Taming of the Shrew and Macbeth at Shakespeare & Company; Jesus Christ Superstar, As You Like It, and The Importance of Being Earnest at CT Repertory Theatre; and the devised piece, Ziggy Bacchus and the Maenads from Mars. He performed his one-man show The Old Names at Manhattan Repertory Theatre’s New Works Festival. He received a BFA in Acting from UConn, where he studied at the Theatre Academy of London for a semester. His hair comes courtesy of his brilliant mother Julie and Apollo, God of the Sun. His website is: NickNudler.com.

William "Bill" Yardley

Ari Lew (William “Bill” Yardley) is thrilled to be back at Cape Rep after appearing last season in Noises Off, Much Ado About Nothing, and Fantastical House of Mia Mouse. He was also recently seen as Buddy the Elf in Elf the Musical at Cotuit Center for the Arts. He has performed in other local theaters such as WHAT, Harbor Stage Company, CCTC-HJT, Eventide, Tilden Arts Center and Priscilla Beach Theatre. Regional credits: 39 Steps (White Plains Performing Arts Center), Time of your Life (Fort Point Theatre Channel), Working the Musical, Lombardi (Kentucky Rep) Picasso at the Lapin Agile (Fort Peck Summer Theatre). National Tours: Diary of Anne Frank, The Outsiders, Rosa Parks Story, Treasure Island. Ari has also performed at the Metropolitan Opera, in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, and was the Big Man himself at Macy’s Santaland on 34th Street. Ari’s voice can be heard at the Field Museum in Chicago in the Abbott Hall of Conservation: Restoring Earth exhibit. He will be seen this summer playing a different Bill in Mamma Mia at Cape Rep’s Outdoor Theater. He resides in Yarmouth with his weird but very cute wife Holly Hansen.

Catalina Vucovich-Villalobos

Holly Erin McCarhty is overjoyed to share the stage with such a talented group of pals! Holly first appeared on the Cape Rep stage 20 years ago as Caroline Cassidy in By the Bog of Cats, also directed by Maura Hanlon. In the past 20 seasons, Holly has worked on over 35 productions, and performed many roles at Cape Rep, both on stage and off. Favorite performances here include Proof, Failure: A Love Story, Jerusalem, and Avenue Q.  Holly wrote and directed last year’s outdoor kids’ show, The Fantastical House of Maya Mouse, and will direct this summer’s Click, Clack, Moo: Cows that Type! Regionally, Holly has directed Urinetown and She Kills Monsters (CCCC/Tilden Arts), The Odd Couple (Cotuit Center for the Arts), Stage Kiss (Plymouth State Univ), and her original music revue series, The ABCs of NYC and Dark Night Cabaret. Holly also produced 9 seasons of original children’s theater at CCftA under the title of Theater Under the Stairs. Special thanks to Mo and Janine, as well as to her family, her cat, her pals, and her coworkers at Pleasant Lake Pizza Shark. 

Chappy Wing

Jared Hagan is an Associate Artist at Cape Rep Theatre where he has appeared in over 30 productions. Some of his favorites include Something Rotten!, Merrily We Roll Along, A New Brain, Hairspray, La Cage Aux Folles, Failure: A Love Story, Avenue Q, Drowsy Chaperone, A Class Act, Wintertime and A Year with Frog & Toad. NYC: Two Hearts Bleed As One (Joe’s Pub). Regional: Avenue Q (GEVA), Master Class (Eventide), Streakin’ (New Provincetown Theater), Batboy, Cabaret, Hair (PTC), Floyd Collins, Closer than Ever, The Lion in Winter (Counter Productions), A Grand Night for Singing, Into the Woods, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (HJT), ABC’s of NYC Vol.’s 1, 2 & 3 (CCFTA) and Talking With (TUTS). Jared would like to give a special thank you to his family, Richard, Penny, Alice and Myrtle.



Maura Hanlon (Director) is the Associate Artistic Director at Cape Rep Theatre and is delighted to be back in the Old West. Mo’s most recent directorial credits include the remounting of Joanne Callum Powers’ Miss Delta Township and Waiting for Ham with the 2022 Young Company. In 2021 she directed Noises Off, The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane and the world premiere of Miss Delta Township. Favorite directing credits include Edward Tulane, Indecent, Men on Boats, Failure: A Love Story, Jerusalem, Eurydice, Wintertime, The Rose Tattoo (Cape Rep) and Peter Pan and Wendy (HJT). A sometime-actor, she was last seen on stage at Cape Rep as Rosie in Mamma Mia! and Helen in Fun Home. She is a frequent sound designer (Ken Ludwig’s Dear Jack, Dear Louise, My Name is Asher Lev, to name just a few), and an occasional playwright (Good Bye Mary Rose, Dinosaur Pirates from Outerspace!, which she also composed, and Alice in Wonderland, along with many adaptations for YoCo with Janine Perry). Mo is a Holy Cross grad, studied acting and directing at Trinity Rep Conservatory and received her MFA in directing from UCSD. Extra-special thanks to her incredibly supportive family, Art, Paddo, Seamus and Macklin.

Musical director
Lighting Design

Phil Kong (Lighting Design) Cape Rep Theatre credits include Shakespeare in Love, Boundless (Scenic Design), A New Brain, Men On Boats, Mr. Burns–a post electric play, Failure: A Love Story, Jerusalem, and Next to Normal. Phil’s work has been seen internationally in dance, theater, music and other live events. His most recent work includes lighting design for the German tours of Memphis: the Musical and Ghost the musical, production design for The Album Leaf’s One Day XX tour, as well as working on Soundstorm Music Festival as a Screens Producer in Saudi Arabia, and lighting designer for the 2021 League of Legends World Championships opening ceremony. Upcoming projects include associate lighting design for Cambodian Rock Band at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and living full time in Germany with his wife and daughter.

Costume Design

Robin McLaughlin (Costume Design) was resident costume designer at Cape Rep for many years. She returned from California for the summer season in 2017 to do Men on Boats and Billy Elliot the Musical, and decided to remain on the Cape. Robin continues to be a nationally-known designer of handmade journey bags and has added custom wedding accessories to her collection. CapeCodJourneyBags.wordpress.com

Stage Manager

Chelsey Jo Brown (Stage Manager) is so excited to make her stage management debut at Cape Rep Theatre with this hilarious show and amazing cast and creative team. She was last seen stage managing at Bay Area Children’s Theatre in California. Chelsey has appeared in over a dozen shows at Cape Rep including Next to Normal, Jerusalem, The Light in the Piazza, Drood, Spamalot, Evita and The Fantastical House of Maya Mouse. She holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from Montclair State University and lives in Brewster with her incredible husband and two greyhounds.

Photos by Janine M. Perry

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