All in the Timing
by David Ives
directed by Suzan Lorraine
February 25 – March 6, 2022
TWO WEEKENDS ONLY!
|Winner of the John Gassner Playwriting Award, this critically acclaimed, award-winning evening of comedies combines wit, intellect, satire and just plain fun. Like sketches for some hilarious, celestially conceived revue. The writing is not only very funny, it has density of thought and precision of poetry! David Ives spins hilarity out of words. For two weekends only!|
Five brilliantly funny and brain-teasing short pieces brought to you by some of the best at Masquers! You’ll gasp, crack up, remember when you experienced the same situations, and leave the theatre talking about the utterly amazing mind of playwright David Ives.
C. Conrad Cady
Alicia von Kugelgen
Single Tickets $20 and Season subscribers get in free!
February 25 – March 6
Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm
Sundays at 2pm
Conrad (he/him) has been a community theatre actor for decades. In real life, he is a computer nerd. He has cut his own hair with a beard trimmer for decades. His wife says it's obvious.
Michele Delattre (she/her) is a longtime Masquer happily acting, directing, serving on the Envision committee and wielding the occasional broom or paint brush. Elsewhere she is the Curtain Theatre's artistic director, producing free Shakespeare in Old Mill Park, Mill Valley. Her California acting credits include many East Bay community theaters and regional Shakespeare Festivals. When she is not wearing a theater hat, she plays Celtic traditional music with her husband Don Clark.
Keith (he/him) has acted throughout the Bay Area since 2004. Favorite roles include Shelley Levene in Glengarry Glen Ross, King Henry (Lion in Winter), Tartuffe (Tartuffe), Elwood P. Dowd (Harvey), Boss Mangan (Heartbreak House), and Editor Webb in Our Town. Keith is especially delighted to be back on the stage of this beautiful, reborn theater—where he first performed in the Masquers’ production of Enchanted April.
Laura (she/her) is ecstatic to be back on the Masquers stage after such a long hiatus. Thank you to everyone who made that possible! A huge fan of Mr. Ives’s particular brand of insanity, Laura is performing in All in the Timing for the third time (the charm?). She is delighted to parla Unamunda with the fabulous Conrad Cady again, and she’s especially proud to be achieving the simian trifecta, having previously played Kafka and Milton.
Michael (he/him) has appeared in more than 50 productions in the Bay Area including Oslo (Los Altos Theatre), Hello, Dolly! (Douglas Morrison Theatre), The Foreigner (Hillbarn Theatre), Glengary Glen Ross (Altarena Theatre), Ah!, Wilderness (O'Neill Festival), The Farnsworth Invention (Palo Alto Players), The Lisbon Traviata (New Conservatory Theatre), 1776 (Conta Costa Musical Theatre), and All the Way (Contra Costa Civic Theatre). He has also directed a number of shows in the bay area including The Odd Couple (Hillbarn Theatre), Born Yesterday (Chanticleers), The Laramie Project (Masquers Playhouse) and others. Michael co-wrote and created the musical Just My Type which had its premiere at Ross Valley Players, and has written and performed in three one-man solo shows.
Alicia (she/her) has played Dolly Levi in Hello, Dolly; Queen Aggravain in Once Upon A Mattress; several roles in The Mystery of Irma Vep; Mary Todd Lincoln (and others) in A Civil War Christmas; Claire Ganz (Rumors); Violet Bick/Jane/Zuzu (It’s A Wonderful Life); the Kander and Ebb revue And the World Goes ‘Round, Edith Potter (The Women); Gloria Mitchell (By the Way, Meet Vera Stark), Mrs Marchmont (An Ideal Husband), Sibyl Chase (Private Lives), and Mary Haines (The Women). And several more which she has forgotten. ILY Bruce, Helen, and Ian.