The Sting

by Bob Martin, Mark Hollman, Greg Kotis, & Harry Connick, Jr.

Papermill Playhouse

Directed by John Rando, Choreographed by Warren Carlyle

Costumes by Paul Tazewell, Lighting by Japhy Weideman, sound by John Shivers



Kate Shindle & J. Harrison Ghee

Lonnegan’s Mansion

Drew McVety, Tom Hewitt, & company


Peter Benson & company

Brothel Back Room

Richard Kline, Harry Connick, Jr., Christopher Gurr, Kate Shindle, & J. Harrison Ghee


Harry Connick, Jr., Tom Hewitt, & company

Lonnegan’s Hotel

Tom Hewitt, Michael Fatica, & J. Harrison Ghee


J. Harrison Ghee & Janet Dacal

Entre’ Acte

Harry Connick, Jr., Darius Barnes, Keely Beirne, Michael Fatica, Luke Hawkins, Tyler Huckstep, Matt Loehr, Erica Mansfield, Drew McVety, Ramone Owens, Tyler Roberts, Angie Schworer, Christine Shepard, Britton Smith, Sherisse Springer, Diana Vaden, Kevin Worley, & Lara Seibert Young

Telegraph Office

J. Harrison Ghee, Richard Kline, Michael Fatica, Tom Hewitt, & Christopher Gurr

FBI warehouse

Drew McVety, J. Harrison Ghee, & company

Bookie Joint

J. Harrison Ghee, Harry Connick, Jr., & Company

“On Beowulf Boritt’s set, receding prosceniums that resemble the trestles of an elevated train, a trombone blurts and Luther sidles on, promising us “a down and dirty chronicle/of deception, betrayal and more.” ~Alexis Soloski, New York Times

“Beowulf Boritt's versatile sets, Paul Tazewell's handsome period costumes and Japhy Weideman's superb lighting all of Broadway-level quality.” ~Frank Scheck, Hollywood reporter

“Beowulf Boritt’s smoothly evolving set richly provides elegant train scenes and high class bars.” ~ Liz Keill, TAPinto NJ

“Excellent job of bringing the style of the 1930's to the Millburn stage. The team includes set design by Beowulf Boritt – there’s an Edward Hopper toned diner where Hooker relaxes. The sets are set on casters and moved by the cast much as they would have been in the 1930s. He creates a multi-car train, Western Union office, and most effectively the betting parlor of the con. The sets are amazing. ~Adam F. Cohen, NJStage