Amuse Bouche

Written by Michael Clark
Directed by Christopher Burger


Amuse-bouche: (French)
Any small bite of food or appetizer-sized portion, often served before a meal;
'That which amuses the mouth'.





Christopher Burger, Director

Christopher has been a teacher by day and involved in theatre at night for twelve years. Recent directing credits include: Twenty Year Package (Compass Theatre); MENding Monologues (San Diego - InnerMission Productions, LA - Cruthaigh Productions). He also co-authored Pre-Calculus for Dummies and Pre-Calculus Workbook for Dummies. No really, he did.







Leticia Martinez
as Wife

Leticia Martinez studied a while with Robert Wald Actor's Studio then auditioned and was given her first part as Ronnie in "As Much As You Can" at the Diversionary Theatre, which was given great reviews. She is continuing with the Studio and hopes to grow as an actor as well as a person. She thanks everyone who has supported her along the way, especially her husband Christian, family and friends.







Brendon Slater
as Waiter

Recent credits include: Anything Goes (SD Lyric Opera), NP Playwright Festival (NP Vaudeville), The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told (Looking Glass Theater), The Odd Couple and Arsenic And Old Lace (Sunshine Brooks Theater), Beckett: On Stage and Psycho Beach Party (Guerilla Fringe Circle). He is currently preparing to direct the West Coast premiere of Poseidon! An Upside Down Musical in Spring 2010. Support SD Theatre! Enjoy the show!







Tom Andrew
as Husband

As Robert Scott, Terra Nova, Inukshuk Productions; The Baker, Into the Woods, Starlight; Daniel, Night Sky, Mo'olelo Performing Arts Company; George Bailey, It's A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, Cygnet Theatre.  tomandrew.net





Michael Clark, Playwright

Theatre-Goers: Support Our Local Theatre. There’s an unseen, untapped cornucopia of talent in San Diego: actors, directors, PLAYWRIGHTS, and artists. In these turbulent times, we must endow the theatre. (Please) Seek out your local theatre and demand no less talent than was exhibited in this Festival.








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