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Backstage highjinx

When Mark Ringer was translated into an ass as Bottom in A Midsummer Night's Dream, he wore a clown nose that came in packaging which promised "Your friends won't recognize you!" John Perry, Jerry Winsett, Eddie Frierson and Glenn Simon show Mark how accurate that packaging was.

Buckingham (Jesse Merlin) and Richard III (Jon) pose for a selfie backstage.

Jon's Star Trek-inspired production of U.S.S. Pinafore had
a special guest at one performance when Nichelle Nichols
of the original cast came to see the show.

Jon as Hamlet and Deborah Gates as Ophelia take a break from all the madness.

Carl Pfeiffer, Jon, and Rajan Dosaj
during a rehearsal break of
Taming of the Shrew.

Jesse Merlin and Jon following
Jesse's final performance as
Captain Corcoran in U.S.S. Pinafore.

Amy Ball caught in the act of philandering Jon's makeup after "forgetting" to bring her own for a
performance of The Apple Tree. Amy later admitted that she pretended to forget her makeup at every performance because she was so amused at Jon's reaction to her helping herself to his.

Diana Burbano with the men of A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Jon shares an intimate moment backstage with Frank Novak during Servant of Two Masters.

Jon vainly tries to fight off the advances of Lyndie Renee backstage
during the run of The Author's Thumb.

Carol Jones and Carrie-ann Pisnack flank Jon on opening night of Twelfth Night
at the Crown City Theatre.Carrie-ann played Viola in that production opposite
Jon's Malvolio, while Carol had played Viola opposite Jon's Feste more than
twenty years previously.