The TCAN Players return on Friday June 1 with the uproarious comedy DON'T DRESS FOR DINNER - Written by Marc Camoletti
Adapted by Robin Hawdon - Directed by Carol Allard Vancil

This wildly funny comedy by Marc Camoletti (Boeing-Boeing), was nominated for two Tony Awards and two Outer Critics Circle Awards. Mistresses, secret lovers, and mistaken identities collide in this hilarious tale of dinner in the French countryside. A smash hit in London and Paris. Bring tissues – you’ll laugh so hard you’ll cry!

Chris Erath
Chris is a veteran of TCAN Players productions, making his debut in the 2006 production of The Foreigner. A New Jersey native, Chris has been acting since childhood. Locally, he has performed with the Sudbury Savoyards, Theatre III and the Lexington PlayersAn economist by day, he lives with his wife and daughters in Framingham, where he claims to play tennis. Chris is a member of the TCAN Players board.

Evan Graber
Evan makes his TCAN Players debut at Robert in  “Don’t Dress for Dinner.” Other favorite roles of his include: Tevye in “Fiddler on the Roof” (his favorite role by far), Captain Hook in “Peter Pan”, Sidney in “Deathtrap”, and Smoky in “Damn Yankees.” Evan is originally from NYC and currently lives in Holden MA where he works as a clinical psychologist and gets to spend every Friday with his two grandsons.

Betty Kristan
Betty appears with the TCAN Players for the first time as Jacqueline in “Don’t Dress for Dinner.” She is originally from Queens, NY and is currently a resident of Westborough MA. Other favorite roles of Betty’s include Chris in “Calandar Girls,” and Charlotte in “Moon Over Buffalo.” By day, Betty works as an accountant and some of her hobbies include traveling, yoga, and solving math and logic problems.

Stacy Kernweis
Stacy returns for her second appearance with the TCAN Players as Suzette in this production of “Don’t Dress for Dinner”, making her Natick debut as Rose Arnott in the 2017 production of Enchanted April. Some of her other favorite past roles include Sandy in “Grease,” Mavis in “Stepping Out,” Mrs. Cheveley in “An ideal Husband,” and Jennifer Collins in “Amateurs.” Stacy is a graduate of Sothern Methodist University and by day works as a Project Manager at Bose. Stacy resides in Stow, MA but has also lived in England, France, Spain, and Texas before returning to Massachusetts. Besides theater, Stacy's passions include scuba diving, skiing, golf, and traveling.

Diana Doyle
Diana returns to TCAN as Suzanne in “Don’t Dress for Dinner.” Audiences may remember Diana from her TCAN Players debut as Diana in our 2014 production of “Lend Me A Tenor.” Originally from Stoneham, MA, Diana is currently a resident of Dedham. By, day Diana works as a mortgage closer and has several church jobs that she works on the weekends.

Bill Novakowski
TCAN Players' veteran Bill Novakowski makes his third appearance with the Players as George in Don't Dress for Dinner. You may have seen Bill as Freddy the barkeep in "Picasso at the Lapin Agile" or as Mellersh Wilton in last year's production of "Enchanted April." By day, Bill is a teacher’s assistant at Lincoln Sudbury Regional High School and currently lives in Ashland with his family.

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