Vanities PosterBy Jack Heifner               

Directed by: Joel Greenberg

Performances: October 22-26, 1991

Venue: Theatre of the Arts, Modern Languages Building


Jack Heifner's award-winning comedy tells of three young women - Kathy, Mary and Joanne - and their journey from adolescence to adulthood. The play begins in 1963, shortly before high school graduation. The second act is set in their college sorority house immediately prior to their 1968 commencement. The third and final act is set in New York, 1974, years after they have seen one another.

Vanities is about how we change and how our youthful dreams and idealism don't always match the people we become. The writing is witty, warm and human. In its initial New York run, Vanities became the longest-running non-musical in Off-Broadway's history.

                                                                Joel Greenberg, Director


Mary - Mary Moore

Kathy - Karen Morton

Joanne - Kimwun Perhinec

Creative Team

Director – Joel Greenberg

Assistant Director – Karri North

Light Design – Al Anderson

Set Design – Stephen Degenstein

Costume Design - Jocelyne Sobeski

Design Assistants - Michael Glussich, Michael Poole, Terry Treemer


Producer – David Cheoros

Production Stage Manager – Cathy Prendergast

General Manager – Joyce Hahn

Assistant Stage Managers – Leanne Gregory, Tara Kallwitz

Properties Master – Erick Vera

Master Carpenter - Simon Davy

Costume Mistress - Rachel Thompson

Make-up and Wigs – Rhiannon King

Master Electrician – Mike Poole

Sound Operator - Tim Jackson

Publicity - Lynne Gibson

Photography – Scott Deveber

Crew – Drama 243 Class

Special Thanks

Alex Kordics

UWaterloo Theatre Centre

UWaterloo University Club