Produced by Rude Guerrilla Theatre Company and Fleabitten Productions

January 13 - January 29

One Flew Over

The Cuckoo's Nest


Dale Wasserman

January 13-29, 2006: “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” by Dale Wasserman, adapted from the novel by Ken Kesey. Sentenced to jail for contributing to the delinquency of a minor, McMurphy convinces the guards he's crazy enough to need psychiatric care and is sent to a hospital. He fits in surprisingly well, his point of view actually causing some of the patients to progress, until Nurse Ratched decides that things are moving just a little too progressively.

Directed by Gregory Cohen.

Warning: Contains nudity and violence.


This production opens on Friday, January 13th and runs thru January 29th for 11 performances!

Fridays, Saturdays @ 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, January 15, 22 and 29 @ 2:30 p.m.
Thursday, January 19 and 26 @ 8:00 p.m.

Join us on January 6th for our Opening Night Celebration, including Champagne and Hors d’oevres. Tickets are only $20.

Nurse Ratched (Kristin Elliott) checks on Billy’s (Kasper) progress.

McMurphy (Jay Michael Fraley) assesses his fellow patients:  Martini (Jara Jones), Harding (David Cramer), Cheswick (Bobby D. Lux) and Billy Bibbitt (Brandon Kasper).

) Chief Bromden (Tui Scanlan) is tormented by Aides Warren (Sean Engard) and Williams (Tony Torrico).

McMurphy (Fraley) shares some gum with Chief Bromden (Scanlan).

) "Bomb-maker" Scanlon (Gilbert Martinez) cautions McMurphy (Jay Michael Fraley) about explosives.

Nurses (Elspeth Carden and Lizvette Chavez) tend to the Chronics (Hector Chavez and Brian Prewitt).

McMurphy (Fraley) enjoys a visit from "girlfriend" Candy Starr (Michelle Trachtenberg).


Harding (Cramer) helps party girl Sandra (Keena Zaide) onto the ward.


) McMurphy (Fraley) taunts Nurse Ratched (Elliott) prior to Electro-Shock treatment.


Chief Bromden (Scanlan) restrains Aide Warren (Engard) in his own fashion.