Anyone who grew up as a fan of “Who’s the Boss” will remember Jonathan Bower. Well, Jonathon grew up, and on November 2, the actor who portrayed him, Daniel Pintauro, will visit Camden to perform in the zany all male comedy “Mommie Queerest.”
Pintauro began his professional career at the age of 2 as a model and commercial actor, at age 3 he began a 5 year contract role on CBS-TV’s daytime drama As The World Turns, which was followed by his acclaimed film debut as Tad in Stephen King’s “Cujo.” Other film and television credits include “The Benniker Gang” with Andrew McCarthy, CBS-TV’s Timestalkers, and a two-part season opener on Highway To Heaven with Michael Landon.
The star studded evening doesn’t end with Danny though. The full cast features many of the actors who have performed across the country. Christopher, Joan Crawford’s adopted son, is played by Brian Dunham; Brooks Braselman plays Christina, Joan Crawford’s adopted daughter and playwright Jamie Morris plays Joan Crawford.
Christopher Kenney is well known to Camden Opera House audiences and beyond as drag sensation EDIE and The Mistress of Sensuality, the host and emcee of one of the most popular shows in Las Vegas, Cirque du Soleil’s “Zumanity”, will direct “Mommie Queerest”. Kenney is taking time out of his busy performance schedule to return to Camden, due to his love of the village, the cause, and his desire to bring a Broadway class act to town. Kenney won the LA Weekly Theater Award as Best Comedy Director for his work on “Mommie Queerest,” and was named by Las Vegas City Life readers as Best Local Theater Director for his work on Jamie Morris’ trilogy of plays.
Morris is best known for his stage parodies, which have toured the country since 2003. His other works include The Facts of Life: The Lost Episode and The Silence of the Clams, both of which had world premieres in Provincetown. He lives in Las Vegas and plays Father Mark in the long-running interactive comedy Tony ‘n Tina’s Wedding at Bally’s Hotel & Casino.
We hope you’ll join us on Friday, November 2 at 8 pm at the Camden Opera House for what promises to be a raucous evening. Continue the fun at the cast party at Natalie’s after the show.
Individual tickets are $25 and are available through the Camden Opera House. Dinner packages at Natalie’s, Camden Harbour Inn, are available for $67 including a 3-course dinner and reserved orchestra seats at “Mommie Queerest.”
We are also offering a two-night package including tickets and a 3-course dinner the night of the show and a 5-course tasting menu on the second night as well as breakfast daily for $333 per person.
For tickets to “Mommie Queerest,” contact the Camden Opera House at (207) 470-7066 or book online. For dinner packages at Natalie’s, including reserved seating at the Camden Opera House, call 207-236-7008.