by David Mamet | Directed by Peter Allas

March 20 – April 4 | THE GATEWAY THEATRE / 42nd STREETMOON

Rick Pasqualone

The journey from NYC productions of “Tony N’ Tina’s wedding (as Tony) and Neil Simon’s “Proposals” (Broadway debut) led to various TV appearances (“Friends”, “NCIS”, “Melissa and Joey”, “Crash”, “General Hospital”,etc.) and award-winning independent and feature films including the recently completed David Fincher epic “Mank”. Known to many as the voice behind numerous commercials and video games including Vito Scaletta in the popular “Mafia” series, he is most proud of his touring one man show “Channelling The King”-an interactive musical comedy in which insurance salesman Jessie Haldeman transforms into…Elvis Presley!  Rick is a member of Actor’s Equity.

Rick Pasqualone

Ruby Lewis

Ruby has made headlines in New York, LA, Las Vegas and across the country as a versatile singer, actress and dancer. She starred as Indigo in Cirque du Soleil’s premiere Broadway show, Paramour, which led to features on Nightline, AOLBuild & two Macys Thanksgiving Day Parades. Most recently, Ruby has taken on biographical roles, playing Betty Hutton & Peggy Lee in Lights Out: Nat ‘King’ Cole at the Geffen Playhouse (Ovation Nomination) and Marilyn Monroe in Marilyn.The New Musical at the Paris Theatre in Las Vegas, backed by the Marilyn Monroe Estate. She was recently seen in Love Actually Live at the Wallis Annenberg in Beverly Hills. Ruby became known for the role of Daisy in the critically-acclaimed production of BAZ Vegas as a long-standing member of For The Record. National Tours: Gypsy, Grease, Jersey Boys, We Will Rock You. Television: Girl Meets World, Masters of Sex, Heart of Dixie, Desperate Housewives, Entertainment Tonight, among others. She performs her own one-woman show, Blue-Eyed Soul across the country and is recording her freshman album. Ruby is a member of Actor’s Equity.
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Jack Esformes

Jack is delighted to be making his San Francisco debut in Speed-The-Plow. He has worked for many years in film and television.
Some of his credits include Wag The Dog directed by Barry Levinson and Breaking In with Burt Reynolds. On television, Jack had a recurring role on USA Networks Good vs. Evil and has starred in shows like Seinfeld, Huff and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. He has appeared in many National commercials. A few of his favorite stage shows have been Brighton Beach Memoirs directed by Dom DeLuise and the West Coast Premiere of Distant Fires directed by Deborah Levine. His most demanding and most rewarding role is as the “father” to his 4 children.  Jack is a member of Actor’s Equity.