Written by Matthew Perry
Directed by Lindsay Posner
Set Design by Derek McLane
Lighting Design by Ben Stanton
Costume Design by Sarah Laux
Sound Design by Ryan Rumery
Matthew Perry (Playwright/Jack) currently stars and executive produces on the CBS comedy “The Odd Couple,” and will next be seen as Ted Kennedy in “The Kennedys: After Camelot,” a Reelz Channel original miniseries, as well as CBS’s “The Good Fight,” reprising his role of ‘Mike Kresteva’ that he first portrayed on “The Good Wife.” A versatile screen actor, he also received two Emmy Award nominations for his memorable guest performance on “The West Wing” and Emmy, Screen Actors Guild and Golden Golden nominations for his lead performance in the TNT miniseries “The Ron Clark Story,” one of highest-rated original movies in the network’s history. His other television credits include Aaron Sorkin’s critically acclaimed “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip,” the NBC comedy “Go On,” “Mr. Sunshine,” NBC’s hit “Scrubs” (for which he also made his TV directorial debut), and as host of the 2005 “ESPY Awards.” His extensive film credits include hits 17 Again, The Whole Nine Yards and its sequel The Whole Ten Yards, Three to Tango, Fools Rush In, Almost Heroes, Serving Sara, A Night in the Life of Jimmy Reardon, plus independent features Birds of America and Numb. On stage, Perry made his stage debut in London’s West End in the spring of 2003 in David Mamet’s Sexual Perversity in Chicago, which broke the record for the largest box-office advance for a West End show. Last year, he starred in the smash hit West End debut of his play The End of Longing.
Lindsay Posner (Director) was associate director at the Royal Court Theatre from 1987 to 1992, where his production of Death and the Maiden won two Olivier Awards. Other Court productions in that period include: The Treatment, Colquhoun and MacBryde, American Bagpipe, Ficky Stingers, No One Sees the Video, Built on Sand, Blood, Downfall and Ambulance. Theatre credits include: The Truth (Menier Chocolate Factory), The End of Longing (The Playhouse Theatre), Dinner with Saddam and Communicating Doors (Menier Chocolate Factory), Hay Fever (Theatre Royal Bath and West End), Harvey (Birmingham Repertory Theatre and West End), Speed-the-Plow (Playhouse), Other Desert Cities and The Provok’d Wife (Old Vic), The Winslow Boy (Old Vic and Roundabout, New York), The Hypochondriac and A Little Hotel on the Side (Theatre Royal Bath), Relatively Speaking (Theatre Royal Bath, West End andUK tour), Noises Off (Old Vic, West End andUK tour), Richard III (Old Globe, San Diego); Abigail’s Party (Menier Chocolate Factory,West End and UK tour), Butley and The Birthday Party (Duchess), Uncle Vanya and An Ideal Husband (Vaudeville), The Turn of the Screw, Tom and Viv, House of Games, Romance and The Hypochondriac (Almeida), A View From the Bridge (Duke of York’s - nominated for fourOlivier Awards), Carousel (Churchill Theatre, UKtour and Savoy); Fiddler on the Roof (SheffieldCrucible and Savoy), Fool for Love and A Life in the Theatre (Apollo), Oleanna (Garrick),Calderón’s The Doctor of Honour (Cheek byJowl at the Donmar), The Caretaker (Bristol OldVic), Sexual Perversity in Chicago (Comedy), Power and Tartuffe (National Theatre), Twelfth Night, The Rivals, Volpone and The Taming of the Shrew (Royal Shakespeare Company), The Misanthrope and American Buffalo (Young Vic), The Lady From the Sea (LyricHammersmith/West Yorkshire Playhouse), The Seagull (Gate, Dublin) and The Robbers (the Gate). Opera credits include: La traviata and Tosca (Grange Park), Giulio Cesare (Royal OperaHouse), Love Counts (Almeida), Jen?fa (OperaTheatre Company, Dublin), Man and Boy: Dada (Almeida and Montclair Theatre, USA), and Rigoletto and Roberto Devereux (Holland Park).
Quincy Dunn-Baker (Jeffrey): Off-Broadway: By the Water (MTC), The Wayside Motor Inn, The First Breeze of Sumer (Signature), The Layover, Trust, Wildflower (Second Stage), The Good Negro (The Public), The Bachelors (Lesser America/Rattlestick), Romeo & Juliet (NYSF/Public), The Forest (CSC), Mr. Marmalade (Roundabout). Regional: ‘Stanley’ in A Streetcar Named Desire (Triad), ‘Brick’ in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Germany). TV/Film: “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” “Blindspot,” “Chicago Med,” “The Blacklist,” “Elementary,” “DeadBeat,” “The Following,” “Nurse Jackie,” “Law & Order SVU,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” “Blue Bloods,” “CSI: NY,” The Big Wedding, Cigarette Soup, Draft Day, Teleglobal Dreamin’, The Word, Grand Theft Auto V (vg), Just Cause 3 (vg). BFA: UNCSA.
Sue Jean Kim (Stevie): Selected: Aubergine, Assistance, Drunken City and BFE (Playwrights Horizons), The Chinese Room (Williamstown Theatre Festival), 10 Out of 12 (Soho Rep), Water by the Spoonful (Second Stage), The Hallway Trilogy (Rattlestick). Film/TV: Maggie’s Plan, James White, Bachelorette, “The Blacklist,” “Elementary,” “Falling Water,” "Girls," “High Maintenance,” “Alpha House,” "Cop Show" (regular), "Delocated" (recurring), "Do No Harm" (recurring), "A Gifted Man" (recurring), "Nurse Jackie."
Jennifer Morrison (Stephanie) is an actress, director and producer who, in April 2016, launched her own production company, Apartment 3C Productions. Morrison makes her feature directorial debut for the banner with Sun Dogs, starring Michael Angarano, Allison Janney, Ed O’Neill and Melissa Benoist. Her first foray into directing was her short film Warning Labels, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in April 2015, followed by four individual music videos for the English alt-rock band, Wild Wild Horses. On television, she is known for playing ‘Emma Swan’ in ABC’s hit drama series “Once Upon a Time” as well as ‘Dr. Allison Cameron’ on Fox’s critically acclaimed drama “House.” In film, she is known for her roles in Gavin O’Connor’s Warrior and J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek among many others. Morrison hails from Chicago, where she studied with the celebrated Steppenwolf Theatre Company and earned a degree in theater from Loyola University.