Original Production

Twist of Faith by Richard C. Fink opened at Playhouse 22 in East Brunswick on March 15, 2013.

Photography by Jill Fischer

Directed by Gerry Appel

The Cast

JACK Ken Paris
CAMILLE Angela Dohl
GOD John Devennie
DEVIL Damian Muziani
BRICK Chris North
ELLEN Jessica Junqua
CLIFTON Rupert Ravens
FATHER BOB Howard Fischer

 Production Crew

Executive Producer Adam Neary
Director Gerry Appel
Stage Manager Ryan Krause
Production Assistant/Props Kate Matseur
Sound Board Design Marc Rogul
Light Board Operator Quinn Work
Sound Board Operator Nick Falco
Set Construction Andrew Berube
Stage Crew Barry Pruce

Cast Biographies


Ken Paris (Jack Hendricks) most recently appeared in Playhouse 22’s productions of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Curtains, As Bees In Honey Drown, The Crucible, How To Succeed In Business, and You Can’t Take It With You.  He is a familiar face in PH22’s box office, produced last season’s Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and Lend Me A Tenor, and has stage managed A Christmas Carol for the past three years.  He also appeared at Villager’s Theatre in A Few Good Men and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.  He wants to apologize to his fiancée Pamela who is probably sitting in the audience worrying if Ken and Jack share a little too many personality traits in common…

 Angela Angela Dohl (Camille)  Damn  Yankees  at Plays In The Park.  At PH22, she was most recently seen as Mazeppa in  Gypsy.  Favorite roles include Sister Robert Anne in  Nunsense, the Narrator in  Joseph…, Ella in  Bells Are Ringing, and Hattie in  Kiss Me Kate.  Angela is the treasurer of the Board of Directors of PH22 and produces our annual A Christmas Carol. 
 Damian Damian Muziani (Devil) is making his Playhouse 22 debut, though he has performed on stage many times in that “other” hell known as South Jersey, while hosting a daytime TV talk show in Philadelphia for several years.  Notable roles include Pseudolus (…Forum), Oscar (The Odd Couple), and Lenny Ganz (Rumors), for which he received a Perry Award nomination by the NJACT in the category of Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play.  Damian thanks a very welcoming and highly talented cast and crew, especially John for thinking of him, Gerry for casting him 14 days before Opening Night, Richard for allowing freedom, and as always to Adriana, Mom, Ro, and Bill, for everything.
 John John Devennie (God) is very happy to be making his debut at Playhouse22He has been performing on stage, mostly in South Jersey, for over 28 years.Thanks to the fantastic cast and crew.Performance is dedicated to my many friends at ConvaTec.
Chris Chris North (Brick) is excited to be making his debut at playhouse 22 in such a terrific show. His favorite past shows include Scooter Thomas Makes It… (Scooter), Stalag 17 (Stosh), the Wedding Singer (Robbie Hart), Suessical (Wickersham) and the Willing (Jonah). He is also a member of 12&7 theater group and the Mysterical Players. He would like to thank his family and friends. And you.
Jessica Jessica Junqua (Ellen) 15, is a sophomore at the East Brunswick High School. She has done other shows at Somerset Valley Playhouse and did crew work at Playhouse 22 and Churchill Junior High School. She also has been taking acting classes at Playhouse 22 since the very beginning and last summer she studied at the Rutgers Summer Acting Conservatory.
 Rupert Rupert Ravens (Clifford) has been acting for 30 or so years, nominated for a Perry for comedy, last seen as Dr. Scott here  at the playhouse in “The Univited”, you might have also seen him in …….sorry that’s all the space we have for his bio.
 Howard Howard Fischer (Father Bob) is very happy to be back at Playhouse 22 and working with Gerry. Previous appearances here include Guys and Dolls (Lt. Brannigan) and Gypsy (Herbie).Other recent appearances include A Man of No Importance (Father Kenny), Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure (Dr. Watson), The Fantasticks (Hucklebee), and two productions of Oliver! (Mr. Brownlow, Dr. Grimwig).Howard is a member of Alliance Repertory Theater Company.Love and thanks to wife Jill for her support, advice, encouragement, and patience. (See what you started, Jen?)

Twist of Faith in Pictures

Photography by Jill Fischer