Finally, out of options, Oscar tells Felix he can move in. This turns out to be a difficult situation for both of them. The rest of the play is about solving this situation.
Two English women are involved in the solution. I don't have a picture of them but Tom noted immediately after the play, that they had remarkable abilities to titter girlishly and convincingly for extended periods of time. The Pigeon sisters were played by Kristen Vincenty (Gwendolyn) and Meagan L. Blasch (Cecily).
After the play run, Ray posted on Facebook. He thanked everyone involved and announced that The Odd Couple was the fourth most attended show in The Drama Workshop history.
Below are listed addtional members of the Creative Team... Stage Manager, Scenic Designer, Set Decor, Master Carpenter, Construction and Painting Crew, Costume Design, Light Design, Light Execution, Lighting Crew, Sound Design, Sound Execution, Properties, Dialect Coach-NewYork, Dialect Coach-British, Running Crew, Hair and Makeup, Program, Original Show Art, Lobby Display, Lobby Photography, Box Office, Usher Coordinator, House/Hospitality, Publicity, and Poster Distribution. Click on the photo to see an enlarged version so you can read all the names.
I listed the Team Titles to give you an idea of the multitude of expertises needed to produce a play. Anyone with any kind of skill can find something to do in Community Theater. It certainly helps to work well with others and have a cheerful attitude when things are hectic.