Born Yesterday

By Garson Kanin
Directed by Timothy Near

March 15 - April 14 , 1995

1994-1995 Mainstage Season

The Story

The hilarious American comedy of an unlikely heroine who triumphs over political corruption. From the chorus of Anything Goes to the hallowed halls of Washington, Billie Dawn changes her life right in front of our eyes. Her unique view of the American political system and human relationships has made this play one of America’s best-loved romantic comedies.

Creative & Production Staff

Scenic Designer: John Roslevich Jr.
Costume Designer: Dorothy Marshall Englis [credited as "Dorothy L. Marshall"]
Lighting Designer: Glenn Dunn
Stage Manager: T.R. Martin
Assistant Stage Manager: David S. Stewart


Susie Wall (Helen)
Scott Freeman (Paul Verrall)
Gary Glasgow (Assistant Manager)
Whit Reichert (Eddie Brock)
Tony Hoty (Harry Brock)
Rebecca MacLean (Billie Dawn)
J.G. Hertzler (Ed Devery)
Alan Benson (Barber)
Hope Boynton (Manicurist)
Richard Dix (Senator Norval Hodges)
Dolores Sutton (Mrs. Hedges)

Sponsorship & Support

Corporate Sponsor: General American