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"My abilities grow with each job, whether it's writing or directing. When I stop learning, I'll stop working."

- Peter Fonda


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Barefoot Again

Adam Barken, Frances Berry and Sherri Nelson in Domino's 1992 production of Barefoot in the Park

Neil Simon's Barefoot in the Park is appearing on the Domino stage this month for the third time. Our first production of one of Simon's best-known plays was in 1992, when the cast included (above, from left to right) Adam Barken, Frances Berry and Sherri Nelson. We staged it again in 2003, with a cast including (below, left to right) Eirik Rutherford, Erica Henry, Angela Morris and Phil Perrin.

Eirik Rutherford, Erica Henry, Angela Morris and Phil Perrin in Domino's 2003 production of Barefoot in the Park

Incidentally, John Heaman was in his early 80s when he played the cameo role of the deliveryman in the 1992 production, and he was one of several people (including local politicians John Gerretsen and Peter Milliken) to appear in the same role in the 2003 production. And Bob Brooks has been the chief carpenter for all three productions (and designed the set for the latest one).

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