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The True Story of the Collyer Brothers Who Never Threw Anything Out
by
Mark Saltzman


Patrick Richwood, Ed. F. Martin


 
Director
Scenic Design
Lighting Design
Sound Design
Costume Design
Properties
Wig/Make-up Design
Production Stage Manager
Marketing/PR
Musical Soundtrack Design
Production Assistant
Assistant to the Stage Manager
Production Stage
Rick Sparks
Bradley Kaye
Jeremy Pivnick
Cricket Myers
A. Jeffrey Schoenberg
MacAndMe
Joni Rudesill
Kim Crabtree
David Elzer/Demand PR
Rick Sparks
Scott Jay
Chrissy Church
Kim Crabtree
House Managers
 

Lighting Operator
Sound Operator
Back Stage Crew

Wardrobe Maintenance
Fight Coordinator

Marja Harmon
Sara Painter
Elizabeth Saryan
Amy Masgai
Scott Jay
Brian Cordoba
Rachelle Horak
Stania Voudnikova
John Grantham
Technical Director/Master Electrician
Red Colegrove
Set Construction
Production Crew
 
 

Production Intern
Production Photography
Original Production Artwork
Publicity Copy Writer
Casting Assistant

Design Setters Corporation
Nick Bindbeutel
Jeremy Bryden
David King
Robert Kyle
Hernando Bansuelo
Catherine Springer 
Adam S. Doyle
Rich Lippman
Patricia Cullen 
Graphic print imagery created by Will Sturrock
Printed by Brixen Graphics
Motel T Ford seat providfed by Hawkrod Specialties

CHARACTERS

Reilly Dolan
Kevin Dolan
Homer Collyer
Langley Collyer
Character Man
Character Man
Jason Field
Seamus Dever
Ed. F. Martin
Patrick Richwood
Christopher Fairbanks
Mark Christopher Tracy

Act One

Scene 1
Scene 2
Scene 3
Scene 4
Scene 5
Scene 6
Scene 7
Scene 8
Scene 9
Scene 10
Scene 11
Scene 12 
1947
1919
1947
1929
1947
1934
1934
1947
1947
1947
1947
1937 
Collyer Home 2078 Fifth Ave.
Collyer Home
28th Precinct
Collyer Home
Trinity Church
Collyer Home
The office of Saul Frumkiss 
28th Precinct break room
City Island, The Bronx
Streets outside Collyer Home
28th Precinct 
Collyer Home

Act Two

Scene 1
Scene 2

Scene 3
Scene 4
Scene 5
 
 
 

Scene 6
Scene 7
Scene 8
Scene 9
Scene 10
Scene 11
 

1940
1947

1942
1947
1947
1946
1947
1946
1947
1946
1947
1947
1947
1947
1947
 

Upper Fifth Avenue
28th Precinct / Press Conference / 
Outside Collyer Home
Collyer Home
28th St. Precinct
Street in Queens
Collyer Home
Street in Queens
Airport in Queens
Street in Queens
Collyer Home
28th Precinct
Collyer Home
Collyer Home / Trinity Church
Manhattan 
28th Precinct / Outside Collyer House

Want to Know More?

The web has a lot of material on the eccentric Collyer Brothers. This Google Search will give you a lot of places to look, BUT, SPOILER ALERT, our production is based on fact but is still a drama, you may wish to check out this information after you have seen the play!

This production was made possible by the kindness and generosity of:
Perry Ash. Bardwell's on the Boulevard, Michael Becker, Ghent.net, Brad Brown, Michael Cabler, Clutterers Anonymous, Laura Dwan, Brett Fisher, Shelby Jiggetts-Tivony, Paul Marius, Robert E. Moore III, Salvador Palacios, Mi Piace, The Piano Factory, Bill Shaw, San Gabriel Civic Auditorium, Geraldine Sparks, Clayton Stang, Wadler Data Systems, Cindy Warden-Humphrey, Lee Wochner, Tamara Zook, Quantum Space/Time Clean-up

For their original music, gratitude to Peitor Angell, Craig Safan, and Robert F. Trucios 
 

 
In Memoriam

This productionis dedicated to the memory of Burbank Police Officer Matthew Pavelka, who was killed in the line of duty on November 15, 2003.

100% of collected donations will be given to the Memorial and Trust Funds that have been set up for Officer Pavelka and for Officer Greg Campbell, who was injured in the shooting.

If you would like to mail a check to the Burbank Police Association, send it to the Burbank City Employees Federal Credit Union, care of The Office Pavelka Memorial Fund, 1800 West Magnolia Boulevard, Burbank, California 91506.