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Meet the Cast of Bill W. and Dr. Bob: Regina Harbour

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Meet the Cast of Bill W. and Dr. Bob: Regina Harbour (Henrietta Seiberling)

Regina is happy to be back with City Equity Theatre. She previously performed with CET as Eileen in Cripple of Inishmaan, working with Jonathan and Alan. Since then she has been doing dinner theatre across the country, appearing in such shows as All Shook Up (Mayor Hyde), Me and My Girl (Maria, Duchess of Dene), Church Basement Ladies (Vivian), and Cinderella (Fairy Godmother). Regina was last seen by Birmingham audiences in My First Time for Magic City Actors’ Theatre. In the past year Regina appeared as Rosemary in Picnic for Montevallo Main Street Players and an independent film Unknown Caller (Collin’s mother), which was shot in Birmingham in January 2013.

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Bill W. and Dr. Bob: cast list

Bill Wilson – Jonathan Fuller, AEA
Dr. Bob Smith – Alan Gardner, AEA
Lois Wilson – Jan D. Hunter
Anne Smith – Melissa Cox Summey, EMC
Henrietta Seiberling (and others) – Regina Harbour, EMC
Ebby Thatcher (and others) – Todd Ponder, EMC
Eddie (and others) – Jeffrey Dingler, EMC
Billy (and others) – Don Sandley, EMC
Hen (and others) – Julie Steward, EMC
Ruthie (and others) – Rebecca Yeager, EMC

Director – Sandra Taylor
Stage Manager – Patrick Ian McCall, AEA

(AEA indicates membership in Actors’ Equity Association; EMC denotes enrollment in the Equity Membership Candidacy program.)

Casting is only easy when one is faced with limited options; having to make choices when faced with a wealth of talent is the best problem to have. Thanks to everyone who came out—we look forward to finding opportunities to working with you, whether in this show or in future!

Reviews

Luck of the Irish? Director, actors rely on skill, smarts in ‘Inishmaan’

Crew succeeds in unique comedy

By Mary Colurso
Birmingham News staff writer
May 21, 2007

“The Cripple of Inishmaan”
Presented by City Equity Theatre
Through June 3
Alabama School of Fine Arts
4 out of 5 stars

Two distinct types of comedy run through “The Cripple of Inishmaan,” a 1997 play by Martin McDonagh, performed here by City Equity Theatre.

First we have the traditional twinkle of a folk tale set in the Aran Islands, off the coast of Ireland.

But don’t go expecting leprechauns or a hidden pot of gold.  There’s a streak of gallows humor underlying McDonagh’s plot, darkening the storyline and rendering any joy bittersweet.

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