LCP BLOG: Meet the cast of UNNECESSARY FARCE

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We sat down with the comedic team behind the Award-winning stage comedy - Unnecessary Farce and asked them some fun questions!


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Meet Terry Haller, who plays Todd the Scottish Hitman in LCP's upcoming comedy UNNECESSARY FARCE.

What is your favorite musical or play? 
Terry: The Skin of Our Teeth by Thornton Wilder, Harvey by Mary Chase, or The Mystery of Irma Vep by Charles Ludlam

What is your favorite food? 
Terry: Pad Thai. 4 🌶🌶 🌶🌶

What conspiracy would you like to start? 
Terry: Who says I haven’t already?

What’s the most useless talent you have? 
Terry: Starting conspiracies

What would your secret agent name be? 
Terry: Keyser Soze

If you could have any superpower what would it be? 
Terry: Time travel. That sounds like fun.

 
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Meet Breanne Brennan, who plays Officer Billie Dwyer in LCP's upcoming comedy, UNNECESSARY FARCE. 

What is your favorite musical or play? 
Bre: RAGTIME is pretty much the best musical ever

What is your favorite food? 
Bre: Anything related to BBQ pork

What conspiracy would you like to start? 
Bre: That water “fluoridation is the most monstrously conceived and dangerous Communist plot we have ever had to face!”

What’s the most useless talent you have? 
Bre: I can laugh like Spongebob Squarepants

What would your secret agent name be? 
Bre: Agent McAgentface

If you could have any superpower what would it be? 
Bre: The ability to keep my mug of tea consistently hot

 
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Meet James Baker, who plays Mayor Meekly in LCP’s upcoming comedy UNNECESSARY FARCE.

What is your favorite musical or play? 
Jim: Camelot

What is your favorite food? 
Jim: Stone crab

What conspiracy would you like to start? 
Jim: Wisconsin is passing a law that if any theater attempts a melodrama they’re banned from ever performing anything else

What’s the most useless talent you have? 
Jim: I can clap my hands louder than anyone

What would your secret agent name be? 
Jim: Baker, James Baker

If you could have any superpower what would it be? 
Jim: To teleport and take one person and a suitcase with me

 
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Meet Jen Hull Anderson, who plays Mary Meekly in LCP's upcoming comedy UNNECESSARY FARCE.

What is your favorite musical or play? 
Jen: Miss Saigon

What is your favorite food? 
Jen: Curry

What conspiracy would you like to start? 
Jen: Alexa is Siri's wicked step sister.

What’s the most useless talent you have? 
Jen: A good sense of direction

What would your secret agent name be? 
Jen: Fiona Gatsby

If you could have any superpower what would it be? 
Jen: The ability to speak any language

 
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Meet Emerald Klauer, who makes her LCP debut as accountant Karen Brown in our upcoming comedy, UNNECESSARY FARCE.

What is your favorite musical or play?
Emerald: I love A Very Potter Musical solely based on the romantic duet between Professor Quirrell and Lord Voldemort. 

What is your favorite food?
Emerald: Jalapeño margarita...it has vegetables in it...

What conspiracy would you like to start?
Emerald: Tilda Swinton is the 2nd half of David Bowie’s soul and therefore Ziggy Stardust lives on. 

What’s the most useless talent you have?
Emerald: Poking people in the belly like they’re the Pillsbury Doughboy and hitting them right in the belly button. Bullseye. 

What would your secret agent name be?
Emerald: Mary Katherine Gallagher

If you could have any superpower what would it be?
Emerald: To be able to reheat food and have it taste better than it did before.

 
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Meet Matthew Scales, who makes his LCP debut as Officer Eric Sheridan in our upcoming comedy UNNECESSARY FARCE. Matthew studied theatre at UW Oshkosh and starred in last year’s production of Circle Mirror Transformation with All In Productions.

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Meet Paul Weir, who returns to the LCP stage as Agent Frank, having last played “Jacob Marley” in A Christmas Carol.’  He’s also coming of a turns with Sunset Playhouse in Room Service, and the Racine Theatre Guild in A Comedy of Tenors


Unnecessary Farce runs through June 3, 2018. For more information or tickets to the production, click HERE.