Summer is far from over at the LDTC! Barefoot in the Park opens Aug. 30. We caught up with Andrew Tebo who has been seen in several LDTC productions including 1940’s Radio Hour & You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown. Here’s a little about Andrew’s take on his character the Telephone Man and his thoughts about the show.
Can you tell us about your character? I play the telephone repairman. He goes up huffing and puffing, to Corie and Paul’s new apartment in an attempt to fix their phone. He’s a true New Yorker and a fly on the wall to their marital discord.
What does Barefoot in the Park mean to you? Barefoot in the Park is a show full of heart and laughs. One of Neil Simons most witful written pieces.
What can audiences expect when they come to Barefoot in the Park? The LDTC Audiences should be ready to smile from ear to ear watching a quirky newlywed couple settle into their new home, six stories up from the busy New York streets.
What is the most challenging part of Barefoot in the Park? The most challenging part of Barefoot in the Park is the expectations that come with being in a Neil Simon play. It’s a high standard of comedy that takes precision.
What is the most exciting part of Barefoot in the Park? The most exciting part about Barefoot in the Park is being in a Neil Simon play! He’s a literary genius. I’m so stoked to be bringing his words to life! This is a bucket list show for me and I’m excited to be part of it right here at LDTC.
What is most exciting about returning to the LDTC and Summit County? I’m so happy to be returning to my home away from home. Summit County warms my heart every time I’m there. So grateful for the work and opportunities that LDTC always offers me.Buy Tickets!