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Cast Change for Bad Dates

Cast Change for Bad Dates

Due to a physical injury, actress Elizabeth Aspenlieder will be unable to complete the last two weeks of the run of Bad Dates at Merrimack Repertory Theatre. Filling her shoes as Haley Walker for the final two weeks will be Haviland Morris, who is fresh off a five-week run of Bad Dates at the Tony Award-winning Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, CT. To allow time to adequately rehearse and make the substitution, the performance originally scheduled for Wednesday, April 1, has been moved to 8 pm on Tuesday, April 7. The Thursday, April 2, performance has been moved to Sunday, April 12 at 7 pm, and is the new closing performance for Bad Dates. Performances will resume on Friday, April 3 at 8pm.  All other shows and times remain as scheduled.

Haviland Morris

Haviland Morris

Haviland Morris has a long and varied career in film, television and theatre.  She has appeared in the films Sixteen Candles, Who’s That Girl, Reckless, Love or Money, A Shock To The System, Gremlins 2: The New Batch, The Last Supper, Dear Diary, Home Alone 3, All Your Difference, Rick, The Baxter, Joshua, Cherry Crush, Calling It Quits and Adam. She has performed on television in “One Tree Hill,” “One Life To Live,” “Canterbury’s Watch,” “Madigan Men,” “Homicide: Life on the Street,” “Sex and the City,” “Cosby” “Diagnosis Murder,” “Family Ties,” and in the “Law and Order” franchises.  Morris has appeared on Broadway in Ring ‘Round The Moon and Arcadia at Lincoln Center and Tartuffe: Born Again at Circle in the Square. She has acted Off-Broadway at Playwrights Horizons, Second Stage, Naked Angels, Manhattan Theatre Club, WPA, and Theatre Off-Park.


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