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a Comedy
by Tim Kelly based on the book by Richard Hooker

COMPANY : Onstage Atlanta, Inc. [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Onstage Atlanta, Inc. (Decatur) [WEBSITE]
ID# 1374

SHOWING : September 01, 2005 - October 01, 2005



A comedy which focuses on three Army surgeons, Hawkeye Pierce, Duke Forrest, and Trapper John McIntyre, who develop a lunatic lifestyle in order to handle everyday horrors encountered in the 4077th MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) during the Korean War. Though highly skilled and deeply dedicated, this irreverent mob of madcaps is equally adept at making a shambles of Army bureaucracy. Accompanying them are Major Burns, Radar O'Reilly, "Hot Lips" Houlihan, Colonel Blake, Father Mulcahy, and other wacky members of the 4077th.

Assistant Director Chris Montedoro
Director Scott F. Rousseau
Light Board Operator Kelly Alexander
Lighting Designer Harley Gould
Costume Designer Nancye Hilley
Stage Manager Chris Jones
Props Design Chris Montedoro
Lt. Leslie / Lt. Connie Liebowitz Helen Abell
Lt. Scorch Jill Barry-Kessler
Capt. John "Ugly" Black Philip Covin
Capt. "Spearchucker" Jones Gamal Deane
Capt. Walt "Painless Pole" Waldowski David D. Doerrier
Ho Jon Collin Guy
Capt. "Hawkeye" Pierce Justin Hand
General Hammond Robert Hardin
Lt. Col. Henry Blake Chuck Hoey
Father Mulcahy Calvin Houts
Duke Forrest Kent Igleheart
Lt. Nancy Phillips April Sunset Jones
Capt. Bridget McCarthy Jennifer Lee
Lt. Maria "Dish" Schneider Abra Lieberman
Lopez Ray Melancon
Cpl. "Radar" O'Reilly John Mistretta
Props Designer Chris Montedoro
Sgt. Devine Bill Pacer
Pvt. Boone Jermaine Ragin
Maj. Ruth Haskell Ami Rosen
Lt. Janice Fury Malini Sharma
Maj. Frank Burns Greg Smith
Capt. "Trapper John" McIntyre Todd Strickland
Lt. Louise Kimble Kristina Sutton
Major Margaret "Hotlips" Houlihan Kim Tomko
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by Nettie
Tuesday, September 20, 2005
I can't think of M*A*S*H without thinking of my dad. He would come home after working 2nd shift, and as a kid I would always know when he was home by waking up to the TV playing in the living room. A lot of my best times spent with my dad was midnite conversations while watching TV reruns way past when I was supposed to be asleep. :) MASH was one of those shows I'd watch with my dad at darkthirty in the morning, and because of that I am a M*A*S*H fan. I really wasn't sure if I was going to like a play based on the characters though, because I AM so fond of the television characters. Onstage Atlanta impressed me-- a lot of the characters were true to that of the TV show!! Radar did a WONDERFUL job!! He was my favorite character in the play. So did Lt. Blake, and Trapper. The pacing of the show ran as seamlessly smooth as a movie might and the surgery scenes were eeirily realistic looking. I LOVED the football scene! Kim Tomko does an exceptional job as the indignant but human HotLips, and David Doerrier is hysterically funny as Painless Pole! From the ensemble to the lead characters, this play seemed perfectly cast to me and the attention to detail was impressive as well. I'd cry over one scene and then wind up laughing till my sides hurt at the announcements! Great job barefoot bill! :) Thanks Onstage Atlanta for a great experience and break a leg for the rest of the run! [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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