by Clifford Odets
May 11-26, 2007
Convergence Center for the Arts

This immersive examination of the economic and political systems which build and maintain class divides in the United States took place in a union hall with the audience sitting amidst the actors. With a capable and clever cast, Cripple Creek reinvigorated this seminal work of the American stage by expounding on the universality of its characters and circumstances.

The Press “Ensemble Acting at its Finest”
Gambit: “United Cab”

The Cast

Blake Baudier (Joe)
Charles Vaught (Barnes)
Danny Marchese  (Irv)
David Glasser  (Miller)
Dennis McCann  (Fatt)
Emilie Whelan   (Edna)
Freddie Young (Gunman / Fayette)
Greg Hall  (Clayton)
J.R. Fader  (Benjamin)
Leah Wingate   (Florrie)
Philip Yiannopoulos   (Reilly)
Sean Mellott  (Sid)
T.J. Toups  (Agate)

The Staff

Andrew Vaught   (Director)
Melissa Clark  (Costume Design)
Andrew Kingsley    (Production Manager)