The Fox on the Fairway

Ken Ludwig
Jul 5, 2013 to Aug 11, 2013

The Quail Valley Country Club is preparing to take on arch-rival Crouching Squirrel in the Annual Inter-Club Golf Tournament.  As the stakes grow ever higher, with a huge wager in the offing, the contest plays out amidst three love affairs, a disappearing diamond, and objectionable sweaters. A charmingly madcap farce about love, life, and man's eternal love affair...with golf.

"All of this silliness is smacked off the tee smartly by an excellent cast."

Punch Shaw, Star-Telegram

Performance Schedule: 

The Fox on the Fairway 
runs Jul 5 through Aug 11
Thursdays 7:30
Fridays & Saturdays 8:00
Sundays 3:00


Emily Davenport** - Louise
Mark Fickert* - Bingham
Sherry Hopkins** - Pamela
Steven Martin** - Justin
Kelly Thomas* - Muriel
Kim Titus* - Dickie 

Production Staff: 

Director - Robin Armstrong
Production Stage Manager - Peggy Kruger-O'Brien
Technical Director - Jason Domm
Set Design - Jim Covault
Costume Design - Michael Robinson & Dallas Costume Shoppe
Lighting Design - Michael O'Brien
Props/Set Decor - Lynn Lovett

About the Author: 

Ken Ludwig has had six shows on Broadway and six in the West End, and he has won two Laurence Olivier Awards, three Tony Award nominations, two Helen Hayes Awards and the Edgar Award. His work has been commissioned by the Royal Shakespeare Company and has been performed in thirty countries in over twenty languages. Broadway and West End shows include Crazy For You; Lend Me A Tenor; Moon Over Buffalo; Twentieth Century; The Adventures of Tom Sawyer; and Treasure Island. Other major plays include Shakespeare in Hollywood; Leading Ladies; Be My Baby; The Beaux' Stratagem, an adaptation with Thornton Wilder at the request of the Wilder Estate; The Three Musketeers; ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas; Midsummer/Jersey; The Game's Afoot; and The Hound of the Baskervilles. His book, How to Teach Your Children Shakespeare, was published in 2013, and his work has been published by the Yale Review. He has degrees from Harvard, where he studied music with Leonard Bernstein, Haverford College and Cambridge University. More information can be found at