We decided to tackle a set of three David Ives one act comedies to start of the fall season.
Duncan Kinzie hosted the show and Alex White ran lights.
Duncan introduced the directors and ran the donation bucket between shows making just over $60 during the evenings festival!
Thanks to everyone who attended and even more thanks to those who gave a little extra!
THE FIRST ONE ACT OF THE EVENING
Variations on the Death of Trotsky
Carl Wickman as Trotsky
Lilly Newsham as Trotsky's wife
Thomas Maisel as the Gardener
Jonah giving his curtain speech
Trotsky (Carl) unaware of the mountain climbing ax in his head.
Mrs. Trotsky (Lilly) trying to explain the situation to her husband.
The gardener (Thomas) is the killer...and we knew that from the beginning.
THE SECOND ONE ACT OF THE EVENING
Words, Words, Words!
Erin Staton as Kafka
Brian Duggan as Swift
Joey Azar as Milton
The three monkeys try their best to write Hamlet
THIRD ONE ACT OF THE EVENING
A Sure Thing
Stage Managed by
Stage Managed by
Mel decides to introduce her cast and stage manager with some clever Haiku.
They get there...eventually.
Special thanks to:
The Drama Department and Mr. Schaefer for producing these three great shows.
To Mrs. Arendes for her fantastic donation of concessions for the evening.
To Liv Kohring and Emily Jackoway for running the house!
To Mr. Johnson and the ECHO for providing the pictures for this blog page!
To the peeps who lent out their typewriters (you will remain anonymous)
To Mr. Mandernack for the car tire..swings are always a good set piece!
To Angela Rose Truesdale for her help with sound and make-up.
To Mrs. Cashel in the media room for her unending support in making our PR materials quickly and looking great!