Barefoot In The Park

September 10 - October 16

This Tony Award winning comedy is directed by film and television star Clarence Gilyard (Die Hard, Top Gun, Matlock and Walker, Texas Ranger) and features NSF founder Richard Bugg as Velasco. In "Barefoot In The Park," Neil Simon manages to take the silly squabbles of a young married couple and make them absolutely hilarious! Corie, the young bride, sees their tiny new apartment as cozy and romantic. Paul, the groom, only see five flights of stairs, a gaping hole in the skylight, and heat that doesn't work. Add oddball neighbor, Victor Velasco, and Corie's well-meaning mother into the mix, and it's a recipe for non-marital bliss! 

"A bubbling, rib-tickling Comedy!" - The New York Times



Clarence Gilyard is best known for his roles as Jimmy Trivette on TV’s Walker, Texas Ranger and as Conrad McMasters on MatlockClarence is also known for such films as Die Hard, Top Gun and The Karate Kid, Part II. He became the first black actor to undertake the role of the cheerleader in the play Bleacher Bums before he segued into television roles. As a character actor, Clarence has made guest appearances on TV shows such as Diff’rent StrokesThe Facts of Life, 227, Simon & Simon and Riptide. In 1982-1983, Gilyard was cast in the final season of the NBC TV series CHiPs as Officer Benjamin Webster. He co-starred with Jim Carrey in the 1984 NBC sitcom, The Duck Factory. In 2003, he took a professional sabbatical and earned his MFA in theater performance at Southern Methodist University. He now teaches acting at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and works professionally, not only in television and film, but also in theatre for which he directs and acts at venues all across the globe. 


Richard Bugg is an actor of both stage and screen. Some of his stage credits include the Denver Center Theatre, the Utah Shakespearean Festival and the Neil Simon Festival. Some of his screen credits include Double JeopardyThe President's Child and Joseph Smith-Prophet of the Restoration. Television credits include Walker-Texas RangerTouched By An Angel and Promised Land. He received his MFA in Acting from the National Theatre Conservatory in 1988 and his BA in Theatre from BYU in 1985. He has served as the Chair of the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, Pacific Southwest Region. 


INDIVIDUALS: Monday thru Saturday - Lunch Matinee - 11:30 am - $66.50
Saturday Dinner - 6:30 pm - $76.50 / Sunday Dinner - 2:30 pm - $76.50

GROUPS (20 OR MORE):  Monday thru Saturday - Lunch Matinee - 11:30 am - $59.50
Saturday Dinner - 6:30 pm - $69.50 / Sunday Dinner - 2:30 pm - $69.50




Yankee Pot Roast
Fried Jumbo Shrimp Platter
Lemon Pepper Cod
Chicken Parmigiano
Roast Turkey with Stuffing
Eggplant Rollatini
Vegetable Kabob (Gluten Free)


Roast Prime Rib of Beef
Salmon with Lemon Dill Sauce
Chicken Cordon Bleu
Roast Turkey with Stuffing
Eggplant Rollatini
Vegetable Kabob (Gluten Free)