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Single Wide

Book and Additional Lyrics by George D. Nelson; Music and Lyrics by Jordan Kamalu

Single Wide

  • Friday, July 17, 2015 at 8:00 pm
  • Tuesday, July 21, 2015 at 9:00 pm
  • Thursday, July 23, 2015 at 5:00 pm
  • Friday, July 24, 2015 at 9:00 pm
  • Saturday, July 25, 2015 at 1:00 pm

A love story that isn't spoiled by the trailer.

Katy may live in a tiny trailer park, but that doesn't stop her from having enormous dreams. As a single mother, living with her own single mother, she does all she can to get her son out of their "single wide" situation. This includes avoiding all men, especially the type who left her there in the first place. But when her son befriends the reclusive new move-in two trailers down, Katy sees something different in him that makes her take a second look.

Running Time: 1 hour and 35 minutes, with no intermission.

Jeff Whiting

Jeff Whiting (Director)

NATIONAL TOURS: Bullets Over Broadway, Young Frankenstein. THEATRE: Big Fish (Milwaukee), The Scottsboro Boys (PTC), All Night Strut, Thrill Me, Big, My Way. CONCERTS: James Taylor Live (Carnegie Hall), Mickey Mouse Club (Disney). UPCOMING: Chasing Rainbows, Faustus, Louis and Ella, The Baker's Wife. Associate Credits: BROADWAY: Bullets Over Broadway, The Scottsboro Boys, Hair, Young Frankenstein, Big Fish, Happiness. TOURS: Hairspray, The Producers. Artistic Director of The Open Jar Institute. Creator of Stage Write Software.

Brian Dillon

Brian Dillon (Assistant Director)

Brian is regaining his land legs after sailing with Disney Cruise Line as Swing/Dance Captain. He has choreographed shows for Disney’s guest artists on board and many shows for Boston Children’s Theatre. Brian toured the U.S. in A Chorus Line (Mike) shortly after graduating from The Boston Conservatory in 2012.

Jason Ardizzone-West (Scenic Designer)

Jason Ardizzone-West works on Broadway (associate/assistant for Bullets Over Broadway, If/Then; set designer for Bullets Over Broadway National Tour), Off Broadway (The Orion Experience), and most recently with Juilliard (Measure For Measure, The Winter’s Tale, Rabbit Hole). Jason teaches set design at NYU Tisch, and is a member of USA 829.

John Demous (Lighting Designer)

Anadamar: Lexington Philharmonic. Les Miserables: Fresno Opera, TUTS Houston. Motherhood the Musical: Fort Lauderdale, Tampa, Rochester. Turn of the Screw: Sacramento Opera. Boheme: Bershire Opera. Dardanus and Comte Ory: Wolftrap Opera. Cendrillion: Manhattan School of Music. Ken Billington’s Worldwide Associate since 1998 with Chicago, Scottsboro Boys, High School Musical, Dreamgirls.

Sarah Cubbage (Costume Designer)

Off-Broadway: Soho Rep, T Regional: The A.R.T., Syracuse Stage, Hangar Theatre, Northern Stage. Film: A Clerk’s Tale, dir. James Franco. Dance: Dark Lark, BAM, Kate Weare Company; Radio Show (Bessie), Kyle Abraham. Associate Broadway: Fish In The Dark, A Delicate Balance, It’s Only A Play. MFA: NYU; Member USA 829.

Dedalus Wainwright (Props Designer)

Dedalus is a visual artist working in set design, sculpture, and multimedia collaboration in the realms of installation, public art, performance, dance, film and theatre. NYU Tisch Design for Stage and Film MFA 2017.

Stacia Fernandez

Stacia Fernandez (Amanda)

Currently: Broadway’s MAMMA MIA. BANDSTAND next! Stars and co-writes Middle (ST)age on Other Broadway: THE DROWSY CHAPERONE, SWING, TOM SAWYER, THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. Regional: NEXT to NORMAL, Guys and Dolls, CATS, more. Most recent TV: Homeland. Film soundtracks: most recently FROZEN short. @Fernandezstacia Website:

Emma Stratton

Emma Stratton (Katy)

Emma is thrilled to be a part of this years NYMF! National Tours: Anything Goes (Reno Sweeney), Bullets Over Broadway (Helen Sinclair), Regional: Kiss Me, Kate (Kate), Into The Woods (Baker’s Wife), Sweeney Todd (Mrs. Lovett).

Derek Carley

Derek Carley (Guy)

Derek is thrilled to be working on this brand new production! Previous credits include the First National Tour of FLASHDANCE THE MUSICAL, GAY BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN at Seacoast Rep and in NYC, and TITANIC at The St Louis Muny. He is a proud graduate of the University of Michigan, where he earned a BFA in Musical Theatre.

Jacqueline Petroccia

Jacqueline Petroccia (Flossie)

New York: SWEENEY TODD, CAROUSEL (NY Philharmonic/PBS). Tour: THE PRODUCERS, SOUND OF MUSIC, FIDDLER. Regional: Seven productions as Patsy in ALWAYS… PATSY CLINE (Connecticut Critics Circle Award, St. Louis Broadway World Award). Other: SOMETIMES PATSY CLINE (solo cabaret-54 Below), WHERE THE SKY ENDS (album), and workshops of MOB WIFE and ON THE TOWN. Thanks to Jeff and the team!

Matthew Miner

Matthew Miner (Sam)

Matthew Miner is excited to make his New York debut as Sam in Single Wide. Matt loves playing the guitar and piano, singing, and playing soccer. He loved his experience as a member of the original cast and is looking forward to this great opportunity.

Maclain Nelson

Maclain Nelson (Bodie)

As a resident of Los Angeles, Maclain does most of his acting for film. Recent film credits include The Saratov Approach, Vamp U, and the upcoming fantasy comedy, Dragon Warriors. His comedy background comes from the Groundlings Theater in LA and as a main stage performer with Comedy Sportz and The Thrillionaires. 

Maya Landau

Maya Landau (Freddi)

Maya is from Denver, CO. She recently graduated with a BA in Musical Theatre and a minor in Dance from University of Northern Colorado. She feels very blessed to making her first appearance on a NYC stage. She would like to thank Jeff, her amazing family and friends, and UNCO.

Alex Lanning

Alex Lanning (Ali)

Alex is a Canadian native fresh out of her BA from UNC. She's so excited to be making her New York theatrical debut and taking this journey with the team of Single Wide. Shout out to Mea for making this possible and Mom and Marty for letting her march to the beat of her own drum.

George Nelson (Book and Lyrics)

George D. Nelson is a professor and director of the Playwriting Program at Brigham Young University. An award-winning author, lecturer, director, playwright and teacher, he consults and lectures internationally teaching individuals to access their innate creativity and love of learning through the application of the universal elements of dramatic structure.

Jordan Kamalu (Music and Lyrics)

Jordan Kamalu spent his formative years studying jazz, after which he attended Berklee College of Music, before transferring to Brigham Young University where he will (most likely) finish his degree in Commercial Music this fall. When not songwriting he can often be found dancing, rock climbing, playing soccer, or gigging.

Alan Schmuckler (Musical Director)

MD: MOLLY MURPHY & NEIL DEGRASSE TYSON ON OUR LAST DAY ON EARTH (Ars Nova, ANT Fest), others. Composer/lyricist: heard on stages in NY, Chicago, nationwide and in Sydney, AU. Recent acting credits: work at Lincoln Center, DR2, Folksbiene, York, 92Y Lyrics & Lyricists; three-time Jeff Award nominee, Chicago. Proud grad, Northwestern, School at Steppenwolf. @alanschmuckler

Harry Platt (Sound Designer)

Harry is excited to have his first chance working with NYMF. A freelance Designer located in NYC, recent work includes: (Associate Designer) A Little Night Music with American Music Theatre Ensemble, and 2013 & 2014 National Tours of Elf. Harry Received his BFA in Theatrical Sound Design from Penn State University.

Colyn Fiendel (Stage Manager)

Broadway: BIG FISH, LUCKY GUY, CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF, CHAPLIN, THE ROAD TO MECCA. Off-Broadway: THE LANDING, THE LYONS (Vineyard Theatre); WATER BY THE SPOONFUL, THE LAST FIVE YEARS (Second Stage); THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE GALA (The Public Theatre);). Graduate of Purchase College Proud AEA member. Love to my parents, sister, and Johnny.

Chari Arespacochaga

Chari Arespacochaga (SDC Observer)


Kaitlin Shaw (Casting Director)

Kaitlin Shaw is a Casting Director/Associate at Tara Rubin Casting. Recent projects include Gigi, Clinton, The Musical, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Little Dancer and the 2014 and 2015 seasons at Bucks County Playhouse. Upcoming/currently running Broadway projects for Tara Rubin Casting include Falsettos, School of Rock, It Shoulda Been You, Aladdin, Les Miserables, Jersey Boys, Mamma Mia, and Phantom of the Opera. She works extensively on readings and workshops for many developing projects. Kaitlin has been with Tara Rubin Casting for 7 years and is a proud Associate member of CSA.

Rick Sordelet (Fight Director)

44 Broadway productions, including Disney’s The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, Tarzan, The Little Mermaid, and Aida. Film: The Game Plan; Dan in Real Life; and Hamlet. He served as the chief stunt coordinator for Guiding Light and staged the fights for First Jedi, a CD-ROM for George Lucas. Rick received the Lucille Lortel Award for Sustained Excellence in 2007. He teaches at Yale School of Drama, The New School for Drama, and The Neighborhood Playhouse.

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