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Slasher Ensemble Member - Sam White

 Sam D. White joins Are We Delicious? again after working on Hallowe'en 2012 and most recently Musical Heroes in 2016.  Sam's been part of our local theater community for more than 40 years as an actor, director and playwright.  Most recently he appeared in Madison Shakespeare Company's As You Like It as "The Dukes" - both Frederick and Senior. He directed Stoughton Village Players' musical, Working by Steven Schwartz, based on the Pulizter Prize-winning book by Studs Trekel.  Sam is a founding member of Madison's Forward Theater Company and serves on its Advisory Company.


2017 Season Announcement & Season Pass

Are We Delicious? celebrates it 5th Anniversary with a brand new show and an announcement of its complete 2017 season:

Five great shows:

  • Are We Delicious? 5th Anniversary
    March 7, 8, 14, 15 @Bartell
    Our 25th full production with short plays and music with the theme Abundant Creativity, designed by Tony Trout and Andrew Rohn

  • Are We Delicious? Slasher
    June 23 & 24 @ 7:30 pm @ Longfellow Lofts Audiorium, 202 S. Brooks Street (a block off Park behind Meriter Hospital)
    A horror play designed and co-directed by Matt Sloan and Tony Trout where 7 writer/actors risk death at the hands of an eighth writer/actor

  • Are We Delicious? She Persisted
    Sept 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23 @Broom Street
    Delicious’ first all-woman production designed and directed by Malissa Petterson

  • Are We Delicious? Musical Saga
    Sept 28, 29, 30, Oct 5, 6, 7 @Broom Street
    Our first attempt to write a full, two-act musical in a week

  • Are We Delicious? Extravaganza
    November such-and-such @Some awesome place
    Who can think that far ahead? It will be epic

 Save money on all 5 shows with a 2017 Season Pass ($50):

  • Separate vouchers for all five shows
  • A commemorative button (with custom serial number)
  • Preferential seating


Purchase your Season Pass here:

Offer ends 3/7/2017


5th Anniversary Ensemble Member: Nick Stanton

Nick Stanton joins Delicious for the first time in our 5th Anniversary show March 7, 8, 14 and 15 at 7:30 pm at the Bartell Theatre. Go to to purchase advance tickets.

Nick Stanton is a part-time composer and musician living in Madison, WI. His original musical The Wheel was named as a finalist in the New York Musical Theatre Festival as well as the Stages Festival of New Musicals, and received a staged reading at the Players Theatre in Manhattan. His musical Bob: A Musical for the Common Man was a winner in the Wisconsin Playwrights Festival and received a staged reading with the Boulevard Ensemble in Milwaukee, WI. He has performed on stage locally in productions for Strollers, Mercury Players, and Children’s Theater of Madison, and previously played accordion with Madison-based Irish Rocks bands The Kissers and The Bradachs.


5th Anniversary Ensemble Member: Dan Kennedy

Dan Kennedy joins Delicious for the second time in our 5th Anniversary show March 7, 8, 14 and 15 at 7:30 pm at the Bartell Theatre. Go to to purchase advance tickets.

Dan Kennedy currently works in the Madison area as a guitarist, singer, bassist, and songwriter.  As a solo performer and a member of various bands of almost every genre he has played just about every venue from the divey-est of dive bars to the Overture Center in Madison and the Pabst Theater in Milwaukee.  His career highlights include singing with America and The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and making his solo performance debut at Summerfest in front of literally dozens of not-actively-disinterested fans.  Dan has played and sang on dozens of recordings, and his original songs have been covered by country, rock, folk, and funk bands.  


5th Anniversary Ensemble Member: Andrew Rohn

Andrew Rohn joins Delicious for the fifth time in our 5th Anniversary show March 7, 8, 14 and 15 at 7:30 pm at the Bartell Theatre. Go to to purchase advance tickets.

Andrew Rohn got his start in Madison theater at Broom St. Theater in 1990, working with the inimitable Joel Gersman. He wrote the music for Joel's "The Grant" and "My Fair Arab", where he met his wife Catherine. The two of them went on to write the musicals "Temp Slave", "Walmartopia" and "In the Beginning". "Walmartopia" ran Off-Broadway for four months in 2007. They also wrote many short musicals over the years for Mercury Players "Blitz" festivals.  His music was featured in Doug Reed's "Lamentable Tragedie of Scott Walker" and "Nottingham" and his compositions have been used by Apple and The Onion, among others. He accompanies local improv troupe Monkey Business Institute on keyboard, and he also leads local disco supergroup V05 and the critically acclaimed but very obscure emo-folk (or maybe that's completely wrong) duo The Passersby, with Matthew Sanborn.

Andrew has written and performed in all four previous Delicious music shows.