“The Lady Who Cried Fox” To Be Presented

Two familiar faces will have featured roles in The Oswego Players September production of “The Lady Who Cried Fox” by Edward Clinton. Jim McGann and Norman Berlin, III have plenty of stage experience, and will delight Oswego audiences in this 1970’s comedy. Carol DeCapio is directing.

Jim McGann first appeared on the Fort Ontario stage in “The Deadly Game” in 1987, with director Virginia Ranous. Since then he has performed in numerous productions, including “Lo and Behold”, “10 Little Indians”, “The Christmas Spirit”, and most recently, “12 Angry Men”. He states he is so happy to again be working with Carol DeCapio, with whom he has many times shared the stage. He has been her father, husband and boss. Now he says, “She’s the boss!” As busy as McGann is, he still finds time to volunteer at the library and has been a member of St. Paul’s choir for many years.

Norman Berlin, III, is no newcomer to the stage. He has been involved with the Oswego Children’s Theatre, playing anything and everything to add to his repertoire. He says he is now ready to take on adult roles and brings naivety and humor to the character “Hannibal”. Berlin lives and breathes theatre. His goal is to eventually serve the Players as President, and continue the group’s commitment to live theatre in the Oswego community. His director states that she has no doubt that he will one day achieve his goal.

Others in the cast are Beverly Murtha, D. J. Russell and Tammy Wilkinson. Show dates are September 11, 12, 18, and 19 at 8:00 p.m. A matinee will be performed on Sunday, September 13 at 2:00 p.m. in the Frances Marion Brown Theatre, Oswego Arts Center, Fort Ontario. Ticket prices are Adults $10.00, Seniors $8.00 and Students $7.00. Reservations are being accepted at the Box Office (315-343-5138).