One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, the Award-Winning Play
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Neil Simon's beloved buddy comedy of hilariously mismatched roommates comes to the Camarillo Skyway Playhouse. When slovenly sportswriter Oscar Madison takes in his neurotic neat freak friend Felix Ungar after Felix's wife throws him out, all comic hell breaks loose. The two men get into increasingly heated squabbles over the state of Oscar's apartment, and a hilarious double date with the attractive Pigeon sisters comes to an unexpected and comedic conclusion. Debuting on Broadway in 1965, the Tony Award-winning comedy inspired a movie starring Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon, a TV series starring Tony Randall and Jack Klugman, and countless revivals on stages around the world. Learn More
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Featured review from Charles Pasternak
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Brandon Gilbrech did especially nice work.
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The actor who played Randall Patrick McMurphy was terrific! The support cast was also really good but McMurphy was outstanding. We enjoyed every minute of the show and everyone near us to whom we spoke felt the same way. I'm glad we went!
Directed by Artistic Director Brian Robert Harris and Produced by Dean Johnson, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest is a tale of oppression and discovery. Randle McMurphy, a rebellious convict, is transferred from a prison farm work to a mental hospital only to discover that it is controlled by the tyrannical head nurse, Nurse Ratched. Billy Bibbit, Chief Bromden, and other convicts suffer at the hands of Ratched’s humiliation, threats, and punishment… until McMurphy stages a revolt that won’t be forgotten.
Randle P. McMurphy: Dan Saad
Nurse Ratched: Jessica Verdi
Chief Bromden: Chris Alton
Dale Harding: Jim Seerden
Billy Bibbitt: Patrick Beckstead
Cheswick: Martin Lawrence Scott
Scanlon: Jeffrey Long
Martini: Cory Wysznsky
Ruckly: Drew Davenport
Candy Starr: Azia Crescenzo
Sandra: Amanda Elliott
Dr. Spivey: Phil Levere
Nurse Flinn: Olivia Heulitt
Aide Warren: Matt Bergstrom