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Two on the Aisle, Three in a Van was produced as a winner of the YES Festival of New Plays, as well as the Henlopen Theatre Project.  In 2009, the play was performed as part of the FringeNYC Festival receiving the the Summer Citation for Outstanding New Play and the award for Best Ensemble Cast.  The production featured Jim Stanek (Lestat, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, The Rivals) Natascia Diaz (Man of La Mancha, Jacques Brel, Kiss of the Spider Woman) and Tony nominee, Gordon Joseph Weiss (Sly Fox, The Life Jelly’s Last Jam, The Visit, Ghetto, Raggedy Ann, King of Hearts, Goodtime Charley and  Jumpers).

Dan Whitten (Producer)
Since founding TIGER Theatricals in 2004, Dan produced Jay Johnson: The Two And Only at The Atlantic Theatre and brought the show to Broadway in 2006, winning a TONY Award, followed by a National Tour and a London Production. He was the Lead Producer of the off-Broadway hit revival, Jacques Brel is Alive And Well and Living in Paris in 2006/2007 as well as the acclaimed CD, and is currently one of the producers on Jersey Boys as well as the hit London production of Carousel. A Tony Voting member of The Broadway League, Dan is planning a Broadway production of Enter Laughing, the Musical, and a major revival of Peter Pan is also in the works. Since graduating The Wharton School and The University of Pennsylvania in 1978, Dan has been a leader in the corporate communications production/not-for-profit fields for more than two decades, producing Pfizer's Viagra Launch and the Worldwide Leadership Conference at Radio City Music Hall. He has served on the board of Maccabi/USA Sports for Israel, and is a proud dad of son Adam, 16 and daughter Dana, 12. Click here for Tiger Theatricals.


Peter Riga Jr. (Producer)

Peter has produced and directed over 100 theatrical productions and has worked in the corporate side of television (CBS Television) and film (The Shooting Gallery) as well. He was the Executive Producer at Playhouse 22 in East Brunswick, NJ for 10 years, during which he produced the first staging of Mary Lynn Dobson’s comedy The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood.  Peter was instrumental in overseeing the construction of the new 200-seat Playhouse 22, and produced their opening musical, Guys and Dolls in 2009.  Other producing credits include: Falsettos (recipient of a NJ Perry award for Outstanding Production of a Musical), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Evita, A Christmas Carol, Urinetown, The Wiz, Chicago, Jeffery, She Loves Me, Two on the Aisle, Three in a Van and most recently, Mary Lynn Dobson’s comedy Skin Deep, a winner at both the 2010 Samuel French Off-Off-Broadway Short Play Festival and the 2010 Shortened Attention Span Festival.

Property Contact:  Peter Riga Jr., (732) 715 - 8195  Email: PRJRNJ@aol.com

The Fringe Festival Production Staff

Production Stage Manager.................... Bob Dumpert

Costume Design ..................................Sue Takacs

Lighting Design ...................................Thomas Rowe

Set Design .........................................Dave Robinson

Associate Costume Designer .................James Herrera

Associate Stage Manager......................Sophie Quist