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Produced by Stumptown Stages

Book by Terrance McNally

Music and Lyrics by David Yazbek


Based on the Motion Picture released by Fox Searchlight Pictures and written by Simon Beaufoy, produced by Uberto Pasolini and directed by Peter Cattaneo


Originally Produced for Broadway by Fox Searchlight Pictures, Lindsay Law, and Thomas Hall. World Premiere at The Globe Theatre, San Diego, CA


Stumptown Stages closes its 18th season with this raucous, pop-rock-musical send-up of gender expectations and stereotypes…that takes it all off....


“The Full Monty” with music by Tony Award winner David Yazbek (The Band’s Visit) and written by multiple Tony Award winner Terrance McNally (Love! Valour! Compassion!, Master Class, Kiss of a Spider Woman, Ragtime, and 2019 Lifetime Achievement). Set in the 1980’s when the idea of manhood was (albeit mistakenly) based on one’s position in life, size of one’s sexual organ, ideal age and body type, and/or athletic skills, these six insecure, average, blue-collar, unemployed steel mill workers from Buffalo, New York becoming strippers in an act of financial desperation. It is a commentary about body consciousness, anxiety, toxic masculinity, and working-class inequities handedly delivered by Tony Award winning playwright and activist Terrance McNally.


Mr. McNally states that “theatre teaches us who we are, what our society is, where we are going. I don't think theatre can solve the problems of a society, nor should it be expected to ... plays don't do that. People do. [But plays can] provide a forum for the ideas and feelings that can lead a society to decide to heal and change itself." Mr. McNally continues by stating that “the most important function of theatre was to create community and bridge rifts opened between people by differences in religion, race, gender, and particularly sexual orientation.” In this story, the characters and audiences explore the polarity of these human dilemmas. By fully recognizing these conflicts and literally “letting go” of the past are we then able to strive for a better tomorrow.



Sean Ryan Lamb (Jerry Lukowski)

Teddy Ferraza (Nathan Lukowski)

Landy Lamb (Pam Lukowski)

Samuel Alexander Hawkins (Teddy Slaughter)

Steve Coker (Dave Bukatinsky)

Emily Alexander (Georgie Bukantinsky)

*Kirk Mouser (Harold Nichols)

Courtney Fero (Vicki Nichols)

Shea White-Toney (Malcom MacGregor)

Michael Hammerstrom (Ethan Girard)

*Terence Kelley (Noah T. Simmons)]

Victor Polanco (Buddy “Keno” Walsh)

Brian Kennedy (Reg Willoughby)

Kristin Barrett (Estelle Genovese)

Rebecca Raccanelli (Susan Hersey)

Rana Kaddumi (Joanie Lish)

Mel Haygood (Jeanette Burmeister)

Jermaine Thomas (Sergeant)

Anthony Rock (Tony Giordano)

*Members of Actors Equity Association



Director & Scenic Designer: Steve Coker

Choreographer: Jeff George

Musical Director: Adam Young

Stage Manager: Grant Christnacht

Lighting Designer: Demetri Pavlatos

Costume Designer: Marychris Mass

Sound Designer: Marcus Storey

Wigs/Make-up Designer: Pamela Whitchurch

Prop Designer: Bruce Tolonen, Janet Mouser

Technical Director: Craig Campbell

Production Manager: Pat Nims

Artistic Director: Kirk Mouser

Associate Artistic Director: Julianne Johnson


Stumptown Stages

Portland’5 Winningstad Theatre at Antoinette Hatfield Hall

1111 SW Broadway

Portland, OR 97205 (between SW Broadway & SW Main St)



June 2nd, 2023 – June 25th, 2023

(THURS/FRI/SAT @ 7:30PM); (SUN @ 2:00PM)



Call box office 800.915.4698

Visit Portland’5 box office: Antoinette Hatfield Hall, 

1111 SW Broadway Ave. Portland, OR 97205

(Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Mon-Sat* *Open 2 hours before event)

Tickets range from $27.25 - $52.25


Group rates available for 8+. Stumptown Stages offers $5 Arts-for-All tickets. Safe and convenient parking!!

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