Come Blow Your Horn

Dramatis Personnae
(in alphabetic order)

Jennifer Benoit (Jean Perkins) -- Jennifer was last seen onstage at The Adobe as Marie in Is He Dead? Her previous Albuquerque performances include Mae in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof at ALT and Nerissa in The Merchant of Venice at The Vortex. Jennifer is excited to be back onstage, here at The Adobe.



Tim Riley (Henry Perkins) -- Tim hails from the State of Indiana where he got his start in show business via commercial radio. He has been performing on stages around Albuquerque and Santa Fe for 8 years. Tim has been seen in shows such as Witness for the Prosecution, All My Sons, Death of a Salesman, Macbeth, The Front Page, Arsenic and Old Lace, The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail, Lost Letter, and most recently, She Stoops To Conquer by West End Productions.


Chris Gonzales (Bill) --  Chris happily returns to The Adobe Theatre stage. He previously appeared in The Adobe Theatre's rendition of All in the Timing. You might have seen him in Mother Road Theatre Company productions of Spitfire Grill, Jammer, Killer Angels, Love Song, Incorruptible, or Odyssey. He would like to thank his friends and family for their continued support.


Neil Faulconbridge  (Davenport) -- Neil says it’s a pleasure to be re-acquainted with The Adobe stage after too long an absence. It was at the Adobe that he made one of his earliest performances in Rich Rubin’s Assisted Living. Cross-gartered hilarity then ensured as Malvolio in Twelfth Night. Favorite recent roles have included trench warfare in All is Calm, Fluellen in Henry V, Mr. Hardcastle in She Stoops to Conquer, and Piet Wetjoen in The Iceman Cometh.


Ericka Zepeda (Betty Johnson) -- Ericka is excited to make her Albuquerque debut at The Adobe Theater. She recently moved from California where she booked a variety of work in commercials, web series, voice over, television, stage and film. Her stage credits include Heroes and Saints, The Graduate, and The Curious Savage. Acting brings her a lot of joy, and she can't wait to see what the future holds. She'd like to thank her loving boyfriend for his continuing support.


Daniel Paul Anaya (Vic Johnson) -- This show is Daniel’s debut with The Adobe Theater! He is honored and thrilled to be a part of this production. Albuquerque is his hometown. Daniel would like to thank his family and friends for their tremendous amount of love and support. He believes in patience, hard work, and a belief in oneself. He is also able to bake a 5-minute brownie mix in 3 minutes. Carol Burnett is one of his favorite performers of all time.


Jesse Miller (Slater) -- In his first performance in Albuquerque, Jesse is excited to get his start with the Adobe Theater. Hailing from the city of Hobbs, he's excited for the endless possibilities of theater and film in the Albuquerque area. Jesse has appeared in shows such as Beauty and the Beast (Beast), Little Shop of Horrors (Seymour), and Guys and Dolls (Nathan Detroit).


Vince Tomardy (A Passer-by) -- Funny Money marks Vince's first foray into acting and he considers himself lucky to be involved with such a talented director and cast.  Born and raised in Honolulu, Vince spent time in the Air Force before landing in the Land of Enchantment 30+ years ago, a great place to develop his acting skills drawn from his experience in various sales roles and life situations.

Behind the Scenes

Andrea Haskett (Director) -- A native of Idaho, Andrea has been living in Albuquerque for 4 years and involved with stage for 10.  Among favorite productions she directed are Becky’s New Car and Leaving Iowa.  This is the first production she has directed since moving to Albuquerque.  She feels fortunate to be working with such a wonderful cast and crew and thanks her boyfriend for his continued support.


Ashley Reid (Stage Manager) -- Ashley is a recent Bryn Mawr College graduate, who is looking to get her Master's in Arts Education. She was last seen in the Vortex Theatre's production of Iceman Cometh (Margie, a streetwalker). She would like to thank her family and friends for their love and support.

Headshots by George A. Williams