Posted by: Chris Kretz | April 25, 2009

Two Plays at the Loft

Friday, April 25, 1969

The Loft Improvisational Players presented two one-act plays in the Carriage House: The Man with a Flower in His Mouth by Luigi Pirandello and The Apollo of Bellac by Jean Giraudoux. Pirandello’s play involves a late night conversation between two men, one of whom holds a dark secret. Giraudoux’s comedy deals with a woman who learns the secret of life: flattery will get you everywhere.


The Man with a Flower in His Mouth

The Commuter…Mike Alsen
The Man…Rick Marino
Wife…Deborah Leone

The Apollo of Bellac

Agnes…Mary Nolfo
Therese…Ginger Spiess
The Clerk…Ron Moore
The Man…George Dillworth
The Vice-President…Rick Marino
Mr. Cracheton…Paul Glass
Mr. Lepedura…Richard Baxter
Mr. Rasemutte…Mike Buscemi
Mr. Schultz…Richard Bjellano
The President…Mike Alsen
Chevredent…Laurie Griffith
The Chariman of the Board…Jim Rooney


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