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Cast Announcement for Neil Simon’s “Last of the Red Hot Lovers”

They have been is chosen!

Welcome our comedic cast of Neil Simon’s,
“Last of the Red Hot Lovers”

Peggy Jensen as Jeanette Fisher, Blue Slipper Theatre, Livingston MT

Peggy Jensen – Jeanette Fisher

Peggy has performed in productions in Illinois, Minnesota and here in Montana at The Ellen, The Black Box, The Verge and now the beautiful historic Blue Slipper. She and her family have lived in Montana for over 27 years and she loves downhill skiing, hiking and just enjoying this wonderful playground we live in. Peg is very excited to finally work with Gary, Debbie and her goofy daughter.     To learn more about Peggy, click here for her Talent page.

Taylor Jensen in Last of the Red Hot Lovers, the Blue Slipper Theatre, Livingston MT

Taylor Jensen – Bobbi Michele

Taylor is a near Montana native having moved to Bozeman at 18 months old. She has had the acting bug since she was a wee child. In high school, Taylor participated in Speech and Debate, drama club and had the honor to be an MC in 2005′s “Hawks Night Live”. Post graduation, she had the privilege of working with the Vigilante Theatre Company for 4 years and then went on to train in Chicago at The Second City. Recently, Taylor has enjoyed working with the Verge Theatre on productions such as Rocky Horror, 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche and especially enjoyed her role as Bobby’s mother Josephine in Urinetown. Daily, Taylor absolutely loves her job at Montana State University working in President Cruzado’s office and utilizing her accounting degree. She is very excited for the opportunity to work with the Blue Slipper and Mr. Fish on this wonderful comedy.     To learn more about Taylor, click here for her Talent page.

Debbie Jamieson is Elaine Navazio, the Blue Slipper, Livingston MT

Debbie Jamieson – Elaine Navazio

Debbie is excited to be back on the Blue Slipper stage with one of her favorite acting partners, Gary Fish. She has been seen at The Slipper in The Dining Room, Charlie’s Aunt, The Nerd and You Can’t Take It With You. Debbie has “trod the boards” at The Firehouse, MSU Black Box and the Ellen theater as well. In her real life she is married to her very supportive husband, Neil and is a real estate agent with the Bozeman Broker Group. She and Neil have three grown children and three grandchildren.   To learn more about Debbie click here for her Talent page.

Gary Fish is Barney Cashman in Last of the Red Hot Lovers at  the Blue Slipper, Livingston MT

Actor/Director Gary Fish – Barney Cashman

Gary returned to his native Livingston nineteen years ago after living overseas for 27 years. While in Japan he acted with the Tokyo International Players. Upon his return he went on six national tours as an actor with the Montana Repertory Theatre and directed and acted in numerous productions at the Blue Slipper Theatre, the Firehouse 5 and The Dulcie Theater, where he was last seen in the musical THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD. He has acted as everything from Charlie Brown to a nerd to an angel. When not onstage he does commercials and movies when the opportunity arises. He was most recently seen in the MSU student film, TIME FLIES. He will be directing “Last of the Red Hot Lovers” and playing the lead character, Barney Cashman, at the Blue Slipper Theater weekends beginning August 1st through August 24th. Performances at 8 P.M. except Sunday matinees at 3 P.M.

Gary Fish was trained in theatrical acting and musical theatre at The University of Montana. His additional training included classes and workshops in theatrical acting, on-camera film acting and commercial acting with Molli Benson and Tom Logan of Los Angeles; Barry Shapiro of New York; and Deborah De Snoo in Tokyo, in addition to numerous workshops on educational theatre. He has directed over 20 high school plays and musicals, as well as numerous productions at the Blue Slipper and the Firehouse 5 theaters. His most recent directing venture was as both actor and Director of the farce “The Amorous Ambassador” at the Blue Slipper Theater.   To learn more about Gary, click here for his Talent page.