Outcast Theater -
RCT presents
an Outcast Theater Production 

AMERICAN HERO
by Beth Wohl

Feb 25 - Feb 28, 2016

The Play
"American Hero" by Beth Wohl is a smart comedy about the tenacity of the American worker, as a trio of minimum wage sandwich artists find themselves abandoned by corporate and the franchise owner who hired them. Desperate for a pay check, the three improvise with makeshift sandwiches to keep the store open, each contributing skills they did not know that they had. 

The Cast
Ted.............................................................................Rick Stoodley
Jamie.........................................................................Linda LaPorte
Sheri..........................................................................Carrie Bostick
Bob/Customer/Sandwich/Gregory.............Thom Capozzella

The Production Team
Outcast Producer and Director......................Eileen Tiller-Clanton
RCT Producer.........................................................Carl DeFranco
Set Construction..................................................John Doiron, John Frank
Scenic Design........................................................Lynne Angell
Costume Design...................................................Laurie Marshall
Sound Operator....................................................Carl DeFranco
Light Operator.......................................................Sully Walker
Stage Crew..............................................................Cassie Mae Aten, Helenna Clanton

EURYDICE
FOR
EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE

Outcast presented, with the support of the Carbone Auto Group, US and AS Lingo, Germany, an Edinburgh Fringe Festival production of EURYDICE by Sarah Ruhl   Aug 10-15, 20152:45 pm Sweet Grassmarket, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Outcast International assembled actors, singers and dancers from the US, UK, Germany and Ireland to perform “Euryice,” Sarah Ruhl's devastating, modern re-telling of the Orpheus myth, at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August. The performances took place in Sweet Grassmarket's International 1 Theatre in the Apex International Hotel in the heart of Old Town Edinburgh from 10-15 Aug  2015.

Many of those who traveled to Edinburgh had never met one another, but all had at one time performed for the Outcast International Theater Company. We are truly appreciative of all who supported us - particularly our sponsors AS Lingo in Herrenberg, Germany and the Carbone Auto Group in Yorkville, New York. It was an amazing experience!

The Cast
Eurydice.........................................Amanda Thomas
Father.............................................Wyatt Galusky
Orpheus..........................................Christopher Keller
Lord of the Underworld..................Thom Capozzella
Big Stone........................................Matt Grove
Little Stone......................................Denise Morganti
Loud Stone......................................Linda Keller
Silent Stone.....................................Aine Halpin

The Production Team
Producer and Director......................Eileen Tiller-Clanton
Stage Manager.................................Regina Grieb
Scenic Design...................................Lynne Angell
Costume Design...............................Laurie Marshall, Fran Wagner
Technical Operator...........................Stuart Marlow
Stage Crew.......................................John Doyle
Travel Manager.............................Ortrud Kestner



CASH ON DELIVERY
by Michael Cooney

An anniversary production

APRIL 23-26, 2015
at the Rome Community Theatre

with the support of the
Carbone Auto Group

Cash on Delivery is a British comedy that is about as frantic, witty, absurd, and hysterically funny as a play can get. The show is a full-on farce, complete with slamming doors, dead bodies, bald-faced lies, mistaken identities, dim-witted government officials, and men dressed as women. Outcast first presented this show in 2000 at the Kulturwerk Naost in Stuttgart, Germany.

Eric Swan (aided by his Uncle George and unbeknown to his wife, Linda) has pocketed thousands of pounds through fraudulent DSS claims. When Norman Bassett (the lodger) opens the door to Mr Jenkins, the DSS Inspector, deceptive mayhem follows — as do the undertaker, bereavement counsellor, psychiatrist, Norman's fiancé, a corpse, the ominous Ms. Cowper and a rather rebellious washing machine!  Michael Cooney's riotous farce has all the ingredients for rib-tickling hilarity.  

The Cast
Eric Swan.......................................Rick Stoodley
Linda Swan.....................................Jan Guistwite
Norman McDonald........................Ben HirshfieldMr. Jenkins...........................................Thom Capozzella
Uncle George..................................Randy Leers
Sally Chessington..........................Halley McArn
Doctor Chapman.............................Dan Burgess
Forbright.........................................Arnie Galin
Ms. Cowper......................................Denise Morganti
Brenda Dixon...................................Suzanne Rodio 

The Production Team
Director & Outcast Producer.......Eileen Tiller-Clanton
RCT Producer...................................Carl DeFranco
Stage Manager................................Jessica Doiron
Set & Property Design..................Karl Doiron, John Doiron
                                                  Brian Angell, Lynne Angell
Costumes...........................................Laurie Marshall
Prompter...........................................Todd Allen
Stage Crew.......................................Helenna Clanton, Sunny Cardinale


WONDER OF THE WORLD

FEB 5-8 IN CLINTON, NY

Outcast changed it up in 2015 by presenting the first of two comedies: "Wonder of the World” by American playwright David Lindsey Abaire. 
 
Lindsey Abaire, best known for his comedy “Fuddy Meers” and the award-winning “Rabbit Hole” and “Good People,” created a sold-out off-Broadway hit with “Wonder of the World.” The play starred Sarah Jessica Parker as Cass, a woman who discovers something unspeakable in her husband's underwear drawer and becomes convinced that her life was fated to turn out differently. With a list of things she should have done rather than stay married to Mr. Wrong, she hops a bus for Niagara Falls. En route she meets Lois, a depressed alcoholic who is planning to go over the falls in a barrel. The two become fast friends, and together they encounter a strange couple who are not what they appear to be, a charming boatman who is involved in a mystery surrounding a gargantuan jar of peanut butter, and other bizarre eccentrics. 

The Cast (in order of appearance)
Cass Harris..........................................Zenna Monaghan
Kip Harris.............................................Thom Capozzella
Lois Coleman.......................................Leslie Reilly
Karla.....................................................Emily Foote
Glen......................................................Larry Beasley
Captain Mike.......................................Paul Hernon
Barbara, Pilot, Waitresses, Janie........Ann Carey

The Production Team
Producer/Director...............................Eileen Tiller-Clanton
Stage Manager...................................Sunny Cardinale
Properties.............................................Ann Tabrizi
Set Design............................................Brian Angell and Lynne Angell
Set Construction..................................David Clanton and Bill Tiller
Costume Design..................................Isobel Abner
Sound Operator...........................................Joe Covich
Sound/Lights Provided by..........................George Gleason and Tim Perry
Front of House............................................Ben Hirshfield, Rayna Schneider,
....................................................................Randy Leers and Wyatt Galusky


WIT
Outcast's 10th CNY production was the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, “Wit,” by Margaret Edson. This gripping piece was performed at the Stone Church May 29 through June 1, 2014.
The play chronicles the final hours of Dr. Vivian Bearing, a university professor of English who specializes in the Holy Sonnets of John Donne. Famous for her uncompromisingly rigorous teaching methods, Vivian agrees to eight rounds of the full dosage of an experimental chemotherapy program which, although unlikely to save her, will be an invaluable aid to the researchers’ quest for knowledge.  But as her disease and its treatment progress, Vivian learns that it is kindness – not intellectualism- that makes life worth living. 
 
WIT Cast
Rayna Schneider....................Vivian Bearing, PhD
Paul Hernon............................Harvey Kelekian, MD
Leslie Reilly.............................Evelyn Ashford, PhD
Jim Davall................................Multiple Roles
Wyatt Galusky.........................Multiple Roles
Sue Lincoln..............................Nurse Susie Monahan
Todd Allen...............................Jason Posner, MD
 
WIT Production Team
Eileen Tiller-Clanton..............Producer and Co-Director
Thom Capozzella.....................Co-Director
Ann Tabrizi..............................Props
Paul Baker................................Photography and Graphic Design
 


The most electrifying evening of rock and roll ever to play
in a theater was presented Nov 14-17, 2013
at the MVCC Schafer Theatre.
Music and Lyrics by PETE TOWNSHEND
Book by PETE TOWNSHEND & DES MCANUFF
Additional Music/Lyrics by JOHN ENTWISTLE & KEITH MOON 
Direction by EILEEN TILLER-CLANTON & THOM CAPOZZELLA
Musical Direction by GREG UNANGST
Choreography by TREVOR JONES
 
Cast (in alphabetical order)
Leo Ahmetovic..........................................10-year-old Tommy
Cassie Angerosa.......................................Nurse, Acid Queen, Ensemble
Chris Bord.................................................Uncle Ernie
Helenna Clanton........................................4-year-old Tommy
Rena Collandra..........................................Ensemble
Shane Davis...............................................Lover, Pinball Lad, Specialist, Ensemble
Janet Engle................................................Mrs. Walker
Taylore Galinn............................................Ensemble
Ben Hirschfield...........................................Narrator/Tommy
Tim Huey....................................................Second Officer, Mr. Simpson, Ensemble
Adam Jones...............................................First Officer, Cousin Kevin
Trevor Jones..............................................Ensemble
Kathleen Krumbach....................................Minister's Wife, Mrs. Simpson, Ensemble
Liska Savage..............................................Nurse, Sally Simpson, Ensemble
Juliana Slocum...........................................Ensemble
Chris Spilka................................................Allied Soldier, Pinball Lad, Ensemble
Rick Stoodley.............................................Captain Walker
Bryan Telarole............................................Minister, Hawker, Ensemble
Amanda Thomas........................................Ensemble
Ciara Wiggins.............................................Ensemble
 
Artistic Team
Eileen Tiller-Clanton...................................Producer
Thom Capozzella, Eileen Tiller-Clanton.....Director
Greg Unangst.............................................Musical Director
Trevor Jones...............................................Choreographer
Isobel Abner...............................................Costume Design
Michael Diederich.......................................Set Design
Susan Lincoln, Sarah Bord.........................Stage Manager
Ann Tabrizi..................................................Properties
Dave Clanton, Brian Angell
Lynne Angell...............................................Set Construction
Joseph Covich, Nicholas Williams
Wayne Murphy, Mieka Scott
Aska Muok, Sydney Herring
Jerra Kohlbrenner........................................Stage Crew
 
Orchestra
Greg Jerome.................................................Conductor
Greg Unangst...............................................Keyboard
Jake Meiss....................................................Horn
Joe Ferlo.......................................................Guitar
Jake Ford......................................................Guitar
Ralph John Vito.............................................Bass
Tommy Fleming.............................................Percussion
 
About THE WHO'S TOMMY:
TOMMY, originally a landmark, multi-million copy selling rock album was originally recorded by The Who in 1969 and later inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. THE WHO’S TOMMY opened on Broadway in 1993 and was written and composed by Peter Townshend, one of the most influential songwriters of the last fifty years. Townshend adapted TOMMY for the stage, together with Tony Award-winning director, Des McAnuff. The production received dozens of Tony Award nominations, winning five, including Best Original Score. 
THE WHO'STOMMY is set in Britain between the end of WWII and the early 1960s. It chronicles the tale of Tommy Walker, who withdraws from the world following a traumatic experience in early childhood. While in his catatonia, Tommy demonstrates an extraordinary ability to play pinball and becomes an international pinball superstar. When he breaks free of his inner world, Tommy becomes estranged from his family but idolized by the public and the press. Coming to terms with his past, he tells his followers not to emulate him but to follow their own path, and he reaches out in forgiveness to his family. 
A masterpiece of contemporary American music theater, THE WHO'S TOMMY was an Outcast International and MVCC co-production presented through a special arrangement with Music Theatre International and with support from the Carbone Auto Group and Packy's Pub.
 

MOLLY SWEENEY
Outcast brought to the stage a play by one of the greatest playwrights in Irish theater history with the rarely-performed “Molly Sweeney” by Brian Friel from June 6-9, 2013. Performed at The Other Side, the actors shared their stories, so close that audience members felt as if they were sharing a pint with the three characters. 

Happy, independent Molly has been blind since the age of 10 months. When her husband makes her blindness his latest cause, he consults a once-famous surgeon who, despite being drowned in Irish whiskey, agrees to try to restore Molly’s sight. Both men's need to cure Molly is, for all their noble impulses, a way of fixing themselves. “What has she got to lose?” they ask. Perhaps everything. 
 
 
 
 
Producer and Director:                   Eileen Tiller-Clanton
MollySweeney:                               Zenna Monaghan
Mr. Rice:                                           Paul Hernon
Frank Sweeney:                               Thom Capozzella
 
 
 
FOOL FOR LOVE
Outcast presented Sam Shepard's Fool for Love Feb 21-24, 2013 at the KAC in Clinton.
Fool for Love is a haunting look at the power of obsessive love. Shepard is the Pulitzer-winning  author of True West and Buried Child & an Oscar-winning actor. 
In a stark motel at the edge of the Mojave desert, two lovers are caught in a vicious cycle of yearning and abandonment in Sam Shepard’s “Fool for Love.” What is arguably Pulizter and Oscar Award-winning writer / actor Shepard’s best-known play, “Fool for Love” is a glimpse of the dark side of life in the West and an alternately tender and violent portrait of two lovers haunted by the sins of their past. After a long absence, Eddie has traveled 2,480 miles to reclaim May, his lover since high school. May’s efforts to make a fresh start are thwarted by Eddie’s attempts to drag her back into the life from which she has escaped.
 
Cast
Eddie.........................James Davall
May...........................Eileen Tiller-Clanton
Old Man....................Larry Beasley
Martin........................Chris Bord 
 
Production Team
Director.......................Thom Capozzella
Producer.....................Eileen Tiller-Clanton
Properties...................Ann Tabrisi
Set Design...................Brian Angell and Lynne Angell
Sound Design..............Eileen Tiller-Clanton
Sound Operator..........Dan Stinson
Light Operator............Randy Leers
Publicity......................Chris Bord
Prompter....................Sarah Bord
 

EURYDICE
 
Outcast celebrated the Uptown Theatre's re-opening of the big stage to its former glory with Sarah Ruhl's “Eurydice" May 31 through June 3, 2012. Subtle, surreal and breathtakingly lovely, "Eurydice" was a special treat for Utica audiences with comedy, music and dance offering a modern take on the Orpheus myth.
Pulitzer- and Tony Award-nominated playwright Sarah Ruhl's genius has Orpheus' beloved, Eurydice, meeting her dead father in the Underworld, although she can't remember him. Through patience and tenderness, her father teaches her to remember. However, when Orpheus plays music so beautiful that the gates of the Underworld open for him, Eurydice must make a choice.
 
 
 
 
 
Cast:
Eurydice -- Amanda Thomas
Orpheus -- Adam Spiridilozzi
Father -- Wyatt Galusky
Nasty Interesting Man/Lord of the Underworld -- Tim Perkosky
Little Stone -- Sarah Sterling
Big Stone -- Paul Hernon
Loud Stone -- Thom Capozzella
 
Crew:
Producer/Director -- Eileen Tiller-Clanton
Stage Manager -- Melissa Pisano
Set Design -- Brian Angell, Lynne Angell, Dave Clanton
Light Design/Operator -- Ellen Campion, Laura Campion, Tim Perry, Jim Davall
Sound Design -- Eileen Tiller-Clanton
Sound Operator -- Deb Pauquette, Tim Perry
Photography -- Kimberly Meyer Cook
Stage Crew -- Dan Stinson
 
 
 
COPENHAGEN
Outcast presented Frayn's
theatrical masterpiece “Copenhagen” February 9-12, 2012 at “The Other Side” 2011 Genesee Street, next to Café Domenico. Winnner of the Tony Award for Best Play, “Copenhagen” shows us three figures who offer an after-death explanation of an event
that has long puzzled historians.
Werner Heisenberg head of the Nazis' effort to develop a nuclear weapon, risks his life to travel to Copenhagen to meet with physicist and friend Niels Bohr. Margrethe, Bohr’s wife and confidante, regards Heisenberg as an untrustworthy student, eager to steal her husband's knowledge. To Bohr, Heisenberg is a brilliant if irresponsible foster son, whose lack of moral compass is part of his genius. As for Heisenberg, he is the man who could have built a German bomb but failed to, and his dilemma is at the heart of the play's conflict.
 
Cast
Bohr -- Peter Loftus
Margrethe -- Leslie Reilly
Heisenberg -- Dug Bartell
 
Production Team
Producer -- Eileen Tiller-Clanton
Director -- Thom Capozzella
 
 
 
GLENGARRY
GLEN ROSS
“Glengarry Glen Ross” was presented June 16-19, 2011 at the Kirkland Art Center in Clinton. First presented on stage in the early 1980s and later as a film starring Jack Lemmon and Al Pacino, “Glengarry Glen Ross,” a portrayal of the cut-throat world of selling, is just as poignant decades later.
One of contemporary American theater's most jarring tributes to masculinity, “Glengarry Glen Ross” tells the story of four salesmen struggling to survive. Their employers launch a sales contest whereby the man who brings in the most cash wins a Cadillac, and the two who bring in the least are fired. The men lie, cheat and steal with the ferocity of caged animals in the do-or-die Chicago real estate office. As the good leads are given only to the men at the top of the board, the epitaph rings true: the surest route to success in American business is to be successful already. The rules are cruel and unforgiving.
 
CAST
Shelly Levene -- Jack Cofano
John Williamson -- Wyatt Galusky
Dave Moss -- Thom Capozzella
George Aaranow -- Rick Signorelli
Ricky Roma -- Alessandro Trinca
James Lingk -- James Davall
Detective Baylen -- Jeff Hartz
 
CREW
Producer/Director -- Eileen Tiller-Clanton
Stage Manager -- Zenna Monaghan
Set Design -- Brian Angell, Lynne Angell
Properties -- Zenna Monaghan
Light/Sound Design -- Eileen Tiller-Clanton
Photography -- Kimberly Meyer-Cook
 
 
THE WOMAN IN BLACK
THE WOMAN IN BLACK, adapted by Stephen Mallatrattfrom the book by Susan Hill, was presented Oct.28-31, 2011 at the Rome Community Theatre. "The Woman In Black" is a chilling, classic ghost story that has captivated audiences in London's West End for over 16 years and been called the most terrifying, live theater experience of our time. A combination of mystery and horror, with a frightening final twist, it is not a play to see alone. The story centers around a lawyer who has written a manuscript describing the terrifying events from his past in the hopes of purging himself of his nightmares. He enlists the help of an actor so that the story may be played out on stage. What follows is a nail-biter more nerve-shattering than the scariest horror movie.
 
 
 
THE CAST
The Actor -- Thom Capozzella
Kipps  -- Leslie Reilly
The Woman In Black -- Stephanie Mazloom
 
THE CREW
Producers -- Eileen Tiller-Clanton,Carl DeFranco
Director -- Eileen Tiller-Clanton
Stage Manager -- Bonnie Beaudin
Set Design -- Eileen Tiller-Clanton
Properties -- Carl DeFranco
Light Design -- Steve Balick
Sound Design -- Mike Beaudin
Graphic Design -- Diana Porter
Prompter/Voiceover -- Randy Leers
 

THE UNDERPANTS
STEVE MARTIN'S "THE UNDERPANTS" was presented in Spring, 2010 at the UPTOWN THEATRE. Proceeds were donated to Save the Children. “The Underpants” is adapted from a 1910 play by German playwright Carl Sternheim, which was originally written as a satire of the German middle class. Steve Martin brings his comic genius to this new versions that opened Off-Broadway in 2002 to critical acclaim. The play is about a bored housewife who is at a parade to see the king when her underpants fall down to her ankles. The event scandalizes her boorish husband, who frets over what this could mean to his piddly job. In no time, a couple smitten men who witnessed the event turn up to try to rent out the single room, in hopes of getting closer to Louise. What follows is a wildly burlesque romp.
 
 
The Cast
Theo Maske -- Tim Perkosky
Louise Maske -- Melissa Pisano
Gertrude Deuter -- Jackie Ostermann
Frank Versati -- Jason Jaquays-Tarbox
Benjamin Cohen -- Daniel Burgess
Klingelhoff -- Carl DeFranco
 
The Crew:
Producer -- Eileen Tiller-Clanton
Director -- Thom Capozzella
Stage Manager -- Ryan Oliver, bob Kaplan
Costumes -- Fran Wagner
Properties -- Ann Tabrizi
Set Construction -- David Clanton
Graphic Design -- Alyssa Stock
Light/Sound Design -- Jeff Clanton
On-Screen Producer -- Paul Gleba
 
 
THE LAST DAYS OF
JUDAS ISCARIOT
“The Last Days of Judas Iscariot”, written by Stephen Adly Guirgis, was presented in Fall, 2009 at the Kirkland Art Center. "Judas" is a deeply moving play that asks the question: Should Judas Iscariot, history's most famous betrayor, continue to languish in Hell, or can a case be made for his redemption? Guirgis, one of the most passionate and powerful playwrights of our time, thinks that this sinner should be givenanother hearing. A trial between "God and the Kingdom of Heaven and Earth versusJudas Iscariot", is presided over by a cranky judge who has languished in Purgatory for 140 years. The defense counsel and the prosecution call a variety of witnesses to give testimony to Judas' character. "The Last Days of Judas Iscariot" is a modern, gritty play that tackles with intelligence and wit religious doctrine about the conflict between divine mercy and the personal choices due to human free will.
 
The Cast:
Pontius Pilate -- Todd Allen
Matthias of Galilee and Saint Thomas -- Daniel Burgess
Jesus of Nazareth -- Thom Capozzella
Yusef El Fayoumy  -- Jack Cofano
Satan -- Ron Creighton
Sigmund Freud -- Carl DeFranco
Butch Honeywell -- Paul Gallagher
Bailiff and Simon the Zealot -- Wyatt Galusky
Judge Littlefield -- Paul Hernon
Caiaphas the Elder -- Randy Leers
Henrietta Iscariot -- Susan Lincoln
Mary Magdelene and Sister Glenna -- Lauren Pisano
Saint Monica -- Melissa Pisano
Gloria and Mother Theresa -- Leslie Reilly
Fabiana Aziza Cunningham -- Amanda Stenske
 
The Crew:
Producer and Director -- Eileen Tiller-Clanton
Stage Manager -- Christa Moen
Properties -- Donna Luck-Martin
Costumes -- Fran Wagner and Heather Neil
Set Costruction -- bob Kaplan
Graphic Design  -- Jay Salsberg
 
 
 
PRESS QUOTES FROM EUROPEAN PRODUCTIONS
(translated from German)
 
  • Cash On Delivery”, Kulturwerk, Naost
Stuttgarter Zeitung, November 8, 2001‘Outcast International did their homework with this crazy boulevard comedy. Eileen Tiller called forth an ensemble of 10 featuring Michael Peart and Jim Heffernan - two of a fine cast that guarantee audiences an explosive and highly entertaining evening of theater.’
  • Night Mother”, Theaterhaus, Stuttgart
Stuttgarter Nachrichten, September 27, 2001‘Liz Renz as Thelma and Eileen Tiller as Jesse impart to the audience with great sensitivity the intimate and hopeless predicament of mother and child. The performances are the result of intense, psychological work on the part of the actors.’ Stuttgarter Zeitung, September 28, 2001‘…a brilliant production interpreted with emotion and energy by Outcast International. Eileen Tiller as daughter Jesse was cool and distanced, creating a tension that persisted throughout the play… Liz Renz and Eileen Tiller move about the stage brilliantly, with each movement and emotion authentic.’
  • "Robin Hood" (2001), Naturtheater, Renningen
Leonberger Kreiszeitung, August 29, 2001‘…Outcast International presents guest performances of the English-language play by Larry Blamire in fever-pitch tempo and with much "joie de vivre" to the stage of the Naturtheater. It's a feast for the eyes and ears. The relentless pacing, the battle between man and man - not always with the sword; sometimes even with the balled fist - makes it easy for viewers to follow the English text. Producer/Director Eileen Tiller deliberately allowed the actors to keep their own accents - English, Irish and American - much to the pleasure of the audience. The story enchants audiences in this two-act play with 19 scenes which just couldn't be funnier.'
  • "Other People's Money", Theaterkeller, Sindelfingen
Sindelfinger Zeitung, February 17, 2001'Outcast International performed for the first time in the Theaterkeller in Sindelfingen… “Other People’s Money” was presented -- shorter than the version performed in German, more melodramatic, more entertaining, and in English... This will not be the last production for this ensemble. "We like it here," says Producer Eileen Tiller. Lucky for Sindelfingen.’
  • "Robin Hood" (2000), Naturtheater, Renningen
Stuttgarter Zeitung, August 31, 2000'Eileen Tiller, the soul of the troop, is experienced in making good comedies. She brought this English-language production to the stage with confidence. The joy and fun that the 30 actors bring to the stage in this production of "Robin Hood" is easy to see.’ Leonberger Kreiszeitung, September 2, 2000‘Robin Hood and his many friends saunter through the Renningen Forest this week, thanks to the English-language theater group Outcast and Director/Producer Eileen Tiller. Music from the middle ages and romantic lighting accompany the breathtaking tempo of the action on stage.' Fellbacher Zeitung, August 31, 2000‘Nothing in this production by Eileen Tiller is to be taken seriously. This is the human take on the great legend, and also the amusing take. This story is told with blinding tempo, and the ensemble is well up to speed. However, Eileen Tiller leaves lots of room for her actors to expand on their characters.'
  • Moon Over Buffalo”, Theaterhaus, Stuttgart
Stuttgarter Zeitung, June 8, 2000‘Outcast International brought Ludwig's play to the stage with unusual skill... Above all Eileen Tiller commands respect. The Director/Producer has once again put together a tempo-rich and point-perfect production that other professional houses could learn from.' Stuttgarter Nachrichten, June 9, 2000, ‘With their fifth production the 3-year-old group proves their skill for well-made entertainment. Director/Producer Eileen Tiller and her nine actors provide a breathtaking tempo. And the audience has devilish pleasure watching the fun on stage.' Ludwigsburger Kreiszeitung, June 8, 2000'With the Broadway comedy "Moon Over Buffalo" by Ken Ludwig they (Outcast) have landed a highly entertaining hit. One senses from the first moment how much fun the Outcasts have under the leadership of Eileen Tiller from New York.'
  • "Don't Drink the Water", Theaterhaus, Stuttgart
Stuttgarter Zeitung, June 4, 1999‘Producer and Director Eileen Tiller - who can even be seen playing a role - offered an excellent interpretation of the play; the 11 actors perform their roles brilliantly.'
  • "Burn This", Theaterhaus Stuttgart
Stuttgarter Nachrichten, March 10, 1998‘Produced by Eileen Tiller and featuring a mix of actors from many different countries, “Burn This” brings Outcast another step closer to their goal… The heart-felt applause at the premiere offered them much encouragement.’
  • "Deathtrap", Theaterhaus, Stuttgart
Stuttgarter Zeitung, June 6, 1997‘After the founder, Eileen Tiller, moved to Schwabenland, she founded a daughter group which will function in the same capacity as the Munich group. As macabre as Levin's "Deathtrap" was, it was every bit as funny and entertaining.
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