Jeffrey Finn & Bob Walton


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Full-length, Comedy

Set during a “live broadcast” of a fictional, long-running TV game show, GAME SHOW places the theater audience in the role of the TV studio audience, in which members are picked as the contestants to play the trivia-based game and win actual prizes. In addition to watching and playing during the “broadcast” – where anything can and does happen – the audience also witnesses all the backstage, back-stabbing antics “behind the scenes” that go on during the “commercial breaks” of GAME SHOW.

Now Playing:

Pines Dinner Theatre in Allentown, PA now through August 21, 2022!

Production Notes:


TROY RICHARDS (Your Host) is one of the best-known personalities on television today, having hosted GAME SHOW for the past 15 years.

TYLER SCOTT (Executive Producer) has been the Executive Producer of GAME SHOW for the past 15 years.

CLIFF ANDREWS (Director) is pleased to have recently joined GAME SHOW after supervising the original pilot episode of WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE? for ABC.

ELLEN RYAN (Line Producer) started her career as an actress on Broadway in the chorus of the legendary musical, MARILYN: AN AMERICAN FABLE.

STEVE FOX (Assistant Producer and Warm-up Man) has entertained audiences from coast to coast in all of the nation’s top comedy clubs.

GERRY SMITH (Camera #1) enjoys sports and cooking and is a TV sitcom trivia expert.

JOE MAGUIRE (Camera #2) has been a proud member of IATSE for 25 years.

JOHNNY WILDERMAN (Production Assistant) has always dreamed of working on a TV game show.


Jeffrey Finn

JEFFREY FINN (producer, co-author) received the 2013 Robert Whitehead Award for Outstanding Achievement in Commercial Theatre Producing. He is also a three-time Tony Award nominee. Broadway: I’ll Eat You Last, Dead Accounts, Scandalous, Seminar, American Idiot, A View from the Bridge, Oleanna, Blithe Spirit, On Golden Pond. Off-Broadway: Game Show. Regional Productions: Seminar at the Ahmanson Theatre, Poor Behavior and Oleanna at the Mark Taper Forum, Saving Aimee at The 5th Avenue Theatre, The Subject Was Roses at The Kennedy Center. National Tours: The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber; On Golden Pond; The Who’s Tommy; Leader of the Pack; Tell Me on a Sunday; Promises, Promises; Company; Chess; and numerous Broadway Songbooks concert tours. In 1992 Jeffrey Finn Productions launched a corporate events company, Hot On Broadway, to produce customized corporate entertainment exclusively featuring current Broadway performers...[FULL BIO]


Bob Walton

Bob Walton (co-author, composer of theme song and incidental music). Bob, along with his brother, Jim Walton, have written My Brother’s Keeper (1997 Bistro Award, Best New Musical), Mid-Life! (The Crisis Musical), and Double Trouble! They are currently working on A Day in Gloucester and Mid-Life 2 (Crisis Management). As an actor in New York, Bob has appeared in The Drowsey Chaperone, 42nd Street (revival), The Zigfield Follies of 1936, Once Upon a Mattress, Show Boat, City of Angels, I Love You You’re Perfect Now Change, Forbidden Broadway Strikes Back, and Preppies. TV: Law & Order: SVU, Hope and Faith, Newhart, Picket Fences. Married to Laurie Walton, they have two actor children, Emily and Alex. [FULL BIO]