Season 34: 2012-2013                                             Chris Hanna, Artistic Director

Fences by August Wilson - Pulitzer Prize,  (D) Derrick Sanders, (SD) Tony Ciseck,

            (CD) Christine Pascual, (LD) Jesse Klug, (SndD) Amy Altadonna

The Comfort Team by Deborah Brevoort, (D) Chris Hanna, (SD) Terry Flint, (CD) Jeni

            Schaefer, (LD) Jesse Klug, (SndD) Martha Goode (World Premiere)

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Adapted by VSC, (D) Patrick Mullins,

         (SD) Terry Flint, (CD) Jeni Schaefer, (LD) Bradley King, (SndD) Daniel Erdberg

Frog Kiss Book & Lyrics by Charles Leipart, Music By Eric Schoor,  Based on the novella

         The Frog Prince – A Fairy Tale for Consenting Adults by Stephen Mitchell,

         (D) Kenneth Roberson, (Choreo) Lorna Ventura, (MD) Zane Mark, (SD) Neil Patel,

         (CD) Paul Tazewell, (LD) Howell Binkley, (SndD) Peter Fitzgerald, Commercial   

            Partner – Tugen Capitol, LLC – Tamara Tunie (World Premiere)

The Whipping Man by Matthew Lopez, (D) Jasson Minadakis, (SD) Kat Conley,

   (CD) Jacqueline Firkins, (LD) Benjamin Wilhelm, (SndD) Will McCandless, (Music

             Composer) Chris Houston

The Odd Couple by Neil Simon, (D) Patrick Mullins, (SD) Dick Block, (CD) Pamela Prior,

             (LD) Victor En Yu Tan, (SndD)

The Tempest by William Shakespeare (in Townpoint Park), (D) Patrick Mullins, (SD) Sam

            Flint, (CD) Pamela Prior, (LD)       , (SndD)

Virginia’s History  (Ed Tour) by E. Gray Simons III, (D) E. Gray Simons III, (SD) Shane

         Stelly, (CD) Pamela Prior, (Snd Program) Ryan Hickey

The Tempest  (Ed Tour) by William Shakespeare, adapted by Patrick Mullins, (D) Patrick

            Mullins, (SD) N/A, (CD) N/A

Meet Mark Twain (Ed Tour) by Ryan Clemons, (D)

 

Season 33: 2011-2012                                             Chris Hanna, Artistic Director

God of Carnage by Yasima Reza, Translated by Christopher Hampton, (D) Chris Hanna,

      (SD) Michael Schweikardt, (CD) Jennifer Caprio, (LD) A. Nelson Ruger, IV, (SndD)

N/A

RED by John Logan, (D) Chris Hanna, (SD) Bill Clarke, (CD) Jeni Schaefer, (LD) John

         Ambrosone, (SndD) Daniel Erdberg

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Adapted by VSC, (D) Patrick Mullins,

         (SD) Terry Flint, (CD) Jeni Schaefer, (LD) Bradley King, (SndD) Daniel Erdberg

Black Pearl Sings! by Frank Higgins, (D) Patrick Mullins, (MD) Akin’ Babatunde’,

         (SD) William Clarke, (CD) Jennifer Caprio, (LD) Victor En Yu Tan, (SndD) Elisheba

         Ittoop, Co-production with Capital Repertory Theatre

Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller - Pulitzer Prize, (D) Chris Hanna, (SD) Narelle

         Sissons, (CD) Jeni Schaefer, (LD) Mary Louise Geiger, (SndD) Amy Altadonna

The Fantasticks Book & Lyrics by Tom Jones, Music by Harvey Schmidt, (D) Jose Zayas,

(MD) Eli Zoller, (Choreo) Jennifer Kristin Lent, (SD) Michael Schweikardt, (CD) Jeni Schaefer, (LD) John Lasiter, (SndD) Daniel Erdberg

Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis, Adapted by Jeff Fiske & Max McLean – One week run of

         the tour co-presented with The Virginia Arts Festival

Swingtime Salute (on the deck of the Battleship Wisconsin) Book by Patrick Mullins, Music

& Lyrics by various, (D) Patrick Mullins, (Choreo) David Rosetti, (MD) Barton

Kuebler, (SD) Shane Stelly, (CD) Jeni Schaefer, (LD) Christopher Cole,

(Snd D) Matt Stairs (World Premiere)

Aesop’s Network  (Ed Tour) by E. Gray Simons III, (D) E. Gray Simons III, (S) Shane

         Stelly, (C) Justin Collings, (SndD) Sarah Edwards

Julius Caesar  (Ed Tour) by William Shakespeare, adapted by Patrick Mullins, (D) Patrick

            Mullins, (SD) Shane Stelly, (Prop D) Ryan Long, (CD) Justin Collings, (Media D)

         Katherine Hammond

Meet Mark Twain (Ed Tour) by Ryan Clemons, (D) Ailish Riggs

 

Season 32: 2010-2011                                             Chris Hanna, Artistic Director

The Diary of Anne Frank by Frances Goodrich & Albert Hackett, Adapted by Wendy

            Kesselman, (D) Chris Hanna, (SD) Dick Block, (CD) Jeni Schaefer,

         (LD) A. Nelson Ruger, IV, (SndD) Kim Fuhr

The New Pink by Chris Hanna, (D) Chris Hanna, (SD) Samuel Flint,

         (CD) Jeni Schaefer, (LD) Traci Klainer, (SndD) N/A (World Premiere)

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Adapted by VSC, (D) Patrick Mullins,

         (S/L D) A. Nelson Ruger, IV, (CD) Jeni Schaefer, (SndD) Sharath Patel

SCKBSTD – A New Musical by Bruce Hornsby Music & Lyrics by Bruce Hornsby, Lyrics      

             by Chip deMatteo, Book by Clay McLeod Chapman, (D) John Rando, (C) Scott

         Wise, (MSuper) Kim Grigsby, (MD) Jodie Moore, (SD) Narelle Sissons, (CD)    Jennifer Caprio, (LD) Robert Wierzel, (SndD) Jessica Paz, (Projection D) Darrel        Maloney, Commercial Partners – Spiral Staircase, LLC – Michael Rafael and David    A. Reimer (World Premiere)

The Last Five Years Written and Composed by Jason Robert Brown,

         (D) Patrick Mullins, (SD) Terry Flint, (CD) Kelly Casper, (LD) Traci Klainer,

         (SndD) Daniel Erdberg

Radio Golf by August Wilson, (D) Derrick Sanders, (SD) Tony Cisek,

            (CD) Jeni Schaefer, (LD) Thom Weaver, (SndD) Elisheba Ittoop

Mystery Sideshow – History’s Mysteries Revealed  (Ed Tour) by E. Gray Simons III,

(D) E. Gray Simons III, (S) Shane Stelly, (C) Justin Collings, (SndD) Ryan Dygert,

Tyler Barrett

Julius Caesar  (Ed Tour) by William Shakespeare, adapted by Patrick Mullins, (D) Patrick

            Mullins, (Prop D) Ryan Long, (CD) Jennifer Baker, (Media D) Katherine Hammond

Meet Mark Twain (Ed Tour) by Ryan Clemons, (D) Ailish Riggs

 

Season 31: 2009-2010                                             Chris Hanna, Artistic Director

Alive and Well by Kenny Finkle, (D) Chris Hanna, (S) Jo Winiarski, (C) Jeni Schaefer,

         (L) A. Nelson Ruger, IV, (SD) Sharath Patel (World Premiere)

/romeo&juliet// by William Shakespeare, (D) Patrick Mullins, (S) Samuel Flint,

         (C) Victoria Depew, (L) Traci Klainer, (V/SD) Michael Miceli

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Adapted by VSC, (D) Patrick Mullins,

         (S/L) A. Nelson Ruger, IV, (C) Jeni Schaefer, (S) Sharath Patel

Billy Bishop Goes to War Written and composed by John Gray in collaboration with Eric

         Peterson, (D) Edward       Morgan, (MD) TBA, (S) Terry Flint, (C) Jeni Schaefer,

         (L) A. Nelson Ruger, IV, (SD) Michael Boso

Around the World in 80 Days Adapted by Mark Brown from a novel by Jules Verne,

         (D) Patrick Mullins, (S) Dick Block, (C) Jeni Schaefer, (L) A. Nelson Ruger, IV,

         (SD) Zach Williamson

A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansbury, (D) Chris Hanna, (S) Terry Flint,

            (C) Jeni Schaefer, (L) A. Nelson Ruger, IV, (SD) Michael Boso

The Reduced Shakespeare Company presents The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) by Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor – One week run of the tour co-

         presented with The Virginia Arts Festival

Hansel and Gretel’s Grimm Tale  (Ed Tour) by E. Gray Simons III and Tara M. Franklin,

(D) E. Gray Simons III, (S) Terry Flint, (C) A. Lee Viliesis, (SD) TBD

Julius Caesar  (Ed Tour) by William Shakespeare, adapted by Patrick Mullins, (D) Patrick

            Mullins, (S) TBD, (C) TBD

 

Season 30: 2008-2009                                             Chris Hanna, Artistic Director

My Fair Lady by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, (D/MD) Amanda Dehnert, (MS)

         William Corcoran, (Ch) Kelli Wicke Davis, (S) David Jenkins, (C) Devon Painter,

         (L) Amy Appleyard and Catherine Girardi, (SD) Zach Williams

Centennial Casting by Gino DiIorio and Nancy Bleemer, (D) Chris Hanna, (S) Troy Hourie,

         (C) Jeni Schaefer, (L) A. Nelson Ruger, IV, (SD) Michael Boso

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Adapted by VSC, (D) Patrick Mullins,

         (S/L) A. Nelson Ruger, IV, (C) Jeni Schaefer, (S) Sharath Patel

A Moon For the Misbegotten by Eugene O’Neill, (D) Edward Morgan, (S) Bill Clarke,

         (C) Jeni Schaefer, (L) Beverly Emmons, (SD) Michael Boso

Line in the Sand by Chris Hanna, (D) Timothy Douglas, (S) Tony Cisek, (C) Jessica Hahn,

         (L) A. Nelson Ruger, IV, (S) Daniel Kluger (World Premiere)

Ella by Jeffrey Hatcher, Rob Ruggiero and Dyke Garrison, (D) Rob Ruggiero,

         (MD/C) George Caldwell, (S) Michael Schweikardt, (C) Alejo Vietti, (L) John

          Lasiter, (SD) Michael Miceli, (Wig) Charles LaPointe

1,001 Arabian Nights – The Story of Aladdin (Ed Tour) by Dominic Danza, (D) Patrick

         Mullins, (S) Samuel Flint, (C) Jeni Schaefer, (SD) Carrie Cook

Romeo & Juliet (Ed Tour) by William Shakespeare, adapted by Patrick Mullins, (D) Patrick

            Mullins, (S) Samuel Flint, (C) A. Lee Viliesis

 

Season 29: 2007-2008                                                               Chris Hanna, Artistic Director

Doubt by John Patrick Shanley - Pulitzer Prize, (D) Chris Hanna, (S) Troy Hourie, (C) Jeni

         Schaefer, (L) A. Nelson Ruger IV, (SD) Michael Boso

Man of La Mancha by Dale Wasserman, Mitch Lee and Joe Darion, (D) Amanda Dehnert,

         (S) Kris Stone, (C) Ana Kuzmanic, (L) Lap Chi Chu, (SD) Jim Swonger

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Adapted by VSC, (D) Patrick Mullins, based on

         original staging by Aaron Cabell, (MD) Joseph Walsh, (S) Anita Tripathi Easterling,

         (C) Jeni Schaefer, (L) A. Nelson Ruger IV, (SD) Kate Foretek

The Piano Lesson by August Wilson - Pulitzer Prize, (D) Regge Life, (S) Beowulf Boritt,

         (C) Alvin B. Perry, (L) Michael Giannitti, (SD) Michael Boso

The Poetry of Pizza by Deborah Brevoort, (D) Patrick Mullins, (S) A. Nelson Ruger IV,

(C) Jeni Schaefer, (L) A. Nelson Ruger IV, (SD) Michael Boso (East Coast

Premiere)

Hank Williams: Lost Highway by Randal Myler and Mark Harelik, (D) Edward Morgan,

          (S) Terry S. Flint, (C) Jeni Schaefer, (L) A. Nelson Ruger IV, (SD) Michael Boso

Lost in the Stars by Kurt Weill and Maxwell Anderson – three performance run at the

         Attucks Theatre, co-production with The Virginia Arts Festival and Opera Theatre

         Pittsburgh

The Jungle Book (Ed Tour) by Rudyard Kipling, adapted by Patrick Mullins, (D) Patrick

         Mullins, (Ch) Laura West, (S) Terry S. Flint, (C) Daniel Whitlow, (SD) Jonathan

         Pominville

Romeo & Juliet (Ed Tour) by William Shakespeare, adapted by Patrick Mullins, (D) Patrick

         Mullins, (Media D) Samuel Flint, (Spatial D) Jonathan Scholten, (C) Krista Zomer

 

Season 28: 2006-2007                                                               Chris Hanna, Artistic Director

Crowns by Regina Taylor, (D) José Zayas, (MD) e’Marcus Harper, (C) Tamika Steely, (Asst

C) April Nixon, (S) Anita Tripathi Easterling, (C) Jeni Schaefer, (L) A. Nelson Ruger

IV, (SD) Michael Boso

The Elephant Man by Bernard Pomerance, (D) Chris Hanna, (S) Bill Clarke, (C) Jeni

         Schaefer, (L) A. Nelson Ruger IV, (SD) Zach Williamson, (Wig) Jim McGaugh and

         Rebecca Scott

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Adapted by VSC, (D) Patrick Mullins, based on

         original staging by Aaron Cabell, (MD) Joseph Walsh, (S) Anita Tripathi Easterling,

         (C) Jeni Schaefer, (L) A. Nelson Ruger IV, (SD) Michael Boso, based on original

         design by Walter Tillman (World Premier)

Indoor/Outdoor by Kenny Finkle, (D) Kevin Moriarty, (S) Beowulf Boritt, (C) Jeni

         Schaefer, (L) A. Nelson Ruger IV, (SD) Ryan Rumery

To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, (D) Edward Morgan, (S) Bill Clarke, (C) Jeni

         Schaefer, (L) A. Nelson Ruger IV, (SD) Michael Boso

King Lear – The Storm At Home by Chris Hanna, based on William Shakespeare’s King

         Lear, (S) Troy Hourie, (C) Bill Clarke, (L) A. Nelson Ruger IV, (SD) Vincent

         Olivieri (World Premier)

The Reduced Shakespeare Company presents The Complete History of America

            (Abridged) by Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor – One week run of the tour co-

         presented with The Virginia Arts Festival

The Fisherman and His Wife (Ed Tour) by Larry and Vivian Snipes, (D) Patrick Mullins,

         (S) Jonathan Scholten, (C) Jenna Fawn Brown, (SD) Michael Boso

 

Season 27: 2005-2006                                                               Chris Hanna, Artistic Director

The Taste Test by Frank Higgins, (D) Chris Hanna, (S) Bill Clarke, (L) Victor En Yu Tan,

(C) Jeni Schaefer, (SD) Michael Boso (World Premier)

Rounding Third by Richard Dresser, (D) Charles Towers, (S) David Evans Morris, (L) Juliet

         Chia, (C) Polly Byers, (SD) Jeffrey Alan Jones

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Adapted by David McCann, (D) Neal Easterling,

         (MD) Joseph Walsh, (S) Anita Tripathi Easterling, (L) Lynne Koscielniak, (C) Jeni

         Schaefer, (SD) Walter Tillman

Intimate Apparel by Lynn Nottage, (D) Jane Page, (S) Bill Clarke, (L) Dan Kotlowitz,

(C) Nanzi Adzima, (SD) Kevin Dunayer

Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, (D) Chris Hanna, (S) Anita Tripathi Easterling,

         (L) Nelson Ruger, (C) Jeni Schaefer, (SD) TBD

Contact by Susan Stroman and John Weidman, (D/CH) Tome Cousins, (AsstCH) Leeanne

         Smith, (SCoord) Anita Tripathi Easterling, (L) Andrew David Ostrowski, (C) Rented,

         (Original SD) Scott Stauffer, (SD) Michael Boso

The Reduced Shakespeare Company presents All the Great Books (Abridged) by Reed

         Martin and Austin Tichenor – One week run of the tour co-presented with The

         Virginia Arts Festival

Wiley and the Hairy Man (Ed Tour) Fable by Jack Stokes, Adapted for the stage by Alice

         Molter, (D) Neal Easterling, (S) Victoria Elise Swan Depew, (C) Kelly Kasper,

         (SD) Michael Boso

 

Season 26: 2004-2005       Keith Stava, Managing Director & Chris Hanna, Artistic Director

Private Lives by Noel Coward, (D) Emma Griffin, (S) Anita Tripathi Easterling, (L) Mark

Barton, (C) Nanzi Adzima, (SD) Walter Tillman

Yellowman by Dael Orlandersmith, (D) Ron OJ Parson, (S/L) Michael Philippi,

         (C) Jeni Schaefer, (SD) Zach Williamson

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Adapted by David McCann, (D) Aaron Cabell,

         (S) Anita Tripathi Easterling, (L) Lynne Koscielniak, (C) Jeni Schaefer,

         (SD) Walter Tillman

Driving Miss Daisy by Alfred Uhry – Pulitzer Prize, (D) Jane Page, (S) Randal Wright,

         (L) Darren McCroom, (C) Jeni Schaefer, (SD) Walter Tillman

Vincent in Brixton by Nicholas Wright, (D) Anthony Powell, (S) Anita Tripathi Easterling,

         (L) Dennis Parichy, (C) Nanzi Adzima, (SD) Walter Tillman

Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson, Adapted by Timothy Mason, (D) David

         Doersch, (S) Tony Hardin, (L) Nelson Ruger, (C) Jennifer Noe, (SD) Vincent Olivieri

The Garden of Rikki Tikki Tavi (Ed Tour) by Y York, Adapted from the story by Rudyard

         Kipling, (D) Neal Easterling, (S) Anita Tripathi Easterling, (C) Emme Greer,

         (SD) Walter Tillman

Danny, King of the Basement (Ed Tour) by David S. Craig, (D) Craig A. Miller,

         (S) Brandon Johnson, (C) Jeni Schaefer, (SD) Zach Williamson

 

Season 25: 2003-2004                                                           Charlie Hensley, Artistic Director

Constant Star by Tazewell Thompson, (D) Tazewell Thompson, (MD) Dianne

   AdamsMcDowell, Donald Eastman, (C) Merrily Murray-Walsh, (L) Robert Wierzel,

           (SD) Fabian Obispo

Amadeus by Peter Shaffer, (D) Michael Donald Edwards, (S) Michael Ganio,

         (C) David Zinn, (L) Lenore Doxsee, (SD) Robby MacLean, (AD) Hal Brooks

Greetings! by Tom Dudzick, (D) Charlie Hensley, (S) Anita Easterling, (C) Patricia Darden,

         (L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Walter Tillman, (FC) David Doersch

The Drawer Boy by Michael Healey, (D) Charlie Hensley, (S) Rob Odorisio,

         (C) Jeni Schaefer,(L) John Paul Szczepanski, (SD) Walter Tillman

Talley’s Folly by Lanford Wilson– Pulitzer Prize, (D) Fontaine Syer, (S) Beowulf Boritt,

(C) Marla Jurglanis,(L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Shannon Zura

The Story of Jumping Mouse (Tour) by Casey Sams, (D) Neal Easterling,

         (S) Anita Easterling, (C) Rose Henderson Dheil, (SD) Walter Tillman

Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse by Kevin Henkes, Adapted by Kevin Kling,

         (D) Jennifer Woolley, (S) Anita Easterling, (C) Colleen Hagerty, (L) John Martineau,

         (SD) Walter Tillman, (FC) Jeremy West

 

Season 24: 2002-2003                                                   Charlie Hensley,  Artistic Director

Vaudeville by Laurence Carr, (D) Chris Clavelli, (S) Neil Prince, (C) Nanzi Adzima,

(L) Nelson Ruger

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee, (D) Charlie Hensley, (FD) David

Doersch, (S) Gerry Leahy, (C) Patricia Darden, (L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Walter

Tillman

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Adapted by David McCann, (D) Russell

Vandenbroucke, (S) Dick Block, (C) Rhyan Shipman, (L) Steve Holliday, 

(SD) Zachary Williamson

2 Pianos 4 Hands by Ted Dykstra and Richard Greenblatt, (D) Bruce Sevy, (S) Scott

Weldin, (C) Kish Finnegan,  (L) Don Darnutzer, (SD) Brian Jerome Peterson

Looking Over the President’s Shoulder by James Still,  (D) James Still, (S) Russell

Metheny, (C) Kathleen Egan, (L) Darren McCroom, (SD) Michael Keck

The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams, (D) Charlie Hensley, (S) Rob Odorisio,

 (C) Nanzi Adzima, (L) John Paul Szczepanski, (SD) Zachary Williamson

Amelia Earhart (Tour)  by Kathryn Shultz Miller, (D) Jill Sanderson, (S) Kathleen Martin,

(C) Amy Martin, (L) John Martineau, (SD) Walter Tillman

A Promise is a Promise (Tour) by Robert Munsch and Michael Kusugak, (D) Casey Sams,

(S) Anita Tripathi, (C) Emme Greer, (L) John Martineau, (SD) Walter Tillman

 

Season 23: 2001-2002                                              Charlie Hensley, Artistic Director                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

Brighton Beach Memoirs by Neil Simon, (D) Bob Moss, (S) Peter Harrison, (C) Patricia

Darden, (L) Nelson Ruger, (SD) Zachary Williamson

A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams Pulitzer Prize, (D) Charlie Hensley,

(S) Felix Cochren,(C) Nanzi Adzima, (L) Dennis Parichy, (SD) Jon Herter

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Adapted by David McCann, (D) Ron Nakahara,

(S) Dick Block, (C) Rhyan Shipman, (L) Victor En Nu Tan, (SD) Zachary Williamson

Proof by David Auburn Pulitzer Prize, (D) Russell Vandenbroucke, (S) Devin Snow,

(C) Patricia Darden, (L) Michael Philippi, (SD) Lucas Alonso

Blues in the Night by Sheldon Epps,  (D/CH) Patricia Wilcox, (MD) Chapman Roberts,

(S/L) Douglas Smith, (C) Rhyan Shipman

Rough Crossing by Tom Stoppard, (D) Chris Clavelli, (S) Dex Edwards, (C) Susan Mickey,

 (L) Kenton Yeager,  (SD) Zachary Williamson

Tales of the Shimmering Sky (Tour)  by Casey Sams, (D) Marty Johnson, (S) Julie Potter,

(C) Natalie Maynard, (SD) Lucas Alonso

A Thousand Cranes (Tour) by Kathryn Shultz Miller, (D) Casey Sams, (S) Kathleen Martin,

(C) Patricia Darden, (L) Lucas Alonso, (SD) Lucas Alonso

Always…Patsy Cline by Ted Swindley, (D) Charlie Hensley, (MD) Mark Snedegar,

(S) Chris Pickart, (C) Patricia Darden, (L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Zachary Williamson

 

Season 22: 2000-2001                                           Charlie Hensley, Artistic Director

Art by Yasmina Reza, Translated by Christopher Hampton, (D) Lillian Garrett-Groag,

(S) David Fortuna, (C) Patricia Darden, (L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Zachary

Williamson

Born Yesterday by Garson Kanin, (D) Robert Moss, (S) Rick Dennis, (C) Michael Krass,

(L) Phil Monat, (SD) Jonathan Herter

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Adapted by David McCann, (D) Charlie Hensley,

(S) Dick Block, (C) Rhyan Shipman, (L) Sean Farrell

Dinner with Friends by Donald Margulies Pulitzer Prize, (D) Charlie Hensley, (S) Robert

Cothran, (C) Patricia Darden,  (L) Liz Lee, (SD) Zachary Williamson

Eleanor: Her Secret Journey by Rhoda Lerman, (D) John Tillinger, (S/L) Ron Nash,

(C) Noel Taylor,  (SD) Aural Fixation, (W) Paul Huntley

Over the Tavern by Tom Dudzick, (D) Rosemary Newcott, (S) Corky Pratt, (C) Barbara A.

Bell, (L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Zachary Williamson

Anansi Yarns and Brer Rabbit by Casey Sams, (D) Kenton Yeager, (S) Michelle Moody,

(C) Rhyan Shipman, (L) Michael Oesch, (SD) Zachary Williamson

Shakespeare Alive! by Childs and Daly, (D) Casey Sams, (S) Kenton Yeager, (C) Rhyan

Shipman, (L) Zachary Williamson, (SD) Walter Tillman

 

Season 21: 1999-2000                                                          Charlie Hensley, Artistic Director

The Last Night of Ballyhoo by Alfred Uhry,(D) Charlie Hensley, (S) Jeff Modereger, 

(C) Patricia Darden,  (L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Zachary Williamson

Blues for an Alabama Sky by Pearl Cleage, (D) Aaron Cabell, (S) Felix E. Cochren,

(C) Rhyan Shipman, (L) John Ambrosone, (SD) Zachary Williamson

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Adapted by David McCann, (D) Charlie Hensley,

(S) Dex Edwards, (C) Howard Tsvi Kaplan, (L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Zachary

Williamson

The Lonesome West by Martin McDonagh, (D) Charlie Hensley, (FD) Rick Sordelet,

(S) Rob Odorisio, (C) Patricia Darden, (L) Sean Farrell, (SD) Zachary Williamson

Golf with Alan Shepard by Carter W. Lewis, (D) Lillian Garrett-Groag, (S) David Fortuna,

(C) Patricia Darden, (L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Zachary Williamson

Othello by William Shakespeare, (D) Charlie Hensley, (FD) Rick Sordelet, (S) Jeff

Modereger, (C) Catherine F. Norgren, (L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Zachary Williamson

The Dreamkeeper by   , (D) Kenton Yeager, (S) Wendy Johnson, (C) Mara Dovey,

(L) Sean J. Farrell, (SD) Zachary Williamson, (MD) Chris Titko, (CH) Casey Sams

The Emperors New Clothes by  , (D) Jennifer Scott McNair, (S) Kenton Yeager, (C) Patricia

Darden, (L) Sean J. Farrell, (SD) Zachary Williamson and Tami Rigsby

 

Season 20: 1998-1999                                                          Charlie Hensley, Artistic Director

Pump Boys and Dinettes by John Foley, Mark Hardwick, Debra Monk, Cass Morgan,

John Schimmel and Jim Wann, (D) Jason Edwards, (S) Rob Odorisio, (C) Patricia

Darden, (L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Joe Payne

Travels with my Aunt by Graham Greene, Adapted by Giles Havergal, (D) Michael Lasswell

(S) Wm. John Aupperlee, (C) Patricia Darden, (L) John Lasiter, (SD) Joe Payne

Nobody Lonesome for Me by Lanie Robertson, (D) Charlie Hensley, (S) Rob Odorisio,

(C) Patricia Darden, (L) Brian Nason, (SD) Joe Payne (World Premiere)

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Adapted by David McCann, (D) Charlie Hensley,

(S) Dex Edwards, (C) Howard Tsvi Kaplan, (L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Joe Payne

The Beauty Queen of Leenane by Martin McDonagh, (D) Jeannette Lambermont, (S) Jeff

Modereger, (C) Patricia Darden, (L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Joe Payne, (W) Steven W.

Bryant

Falsettos by William Finn and James Lapine, (D) Charlie Hensley, (MD) Michael Fauss,

(S) Rob Odorisio, (C) Doug Marmee, (L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Joe Payne

The Importance of Being Earnest  by Oscar Wilde, (D) Charlie Hensley, (S) Dex Edwards,

(C) Susan Mickey, (L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Joe Payne, (W) Steven W. Bryant

Africa Explains by , (D) Marty Johnson, (S) Kathleen L. Martin, (C) Rhyan Shipman,

(L) Sean J. Farrell

 

 

                             

Season 19: 1997-1998                                                          Charlie Hensley, Artistic Director

Always…Patsy Cline by Ted Swindley, (D) Ted Swindley, (MD) Anthony T. Edwards,

(S) Chris Pickart, (C) Patty Darden, (L) Liz Lee, (SD) Joe Payne

Appalachian Strings by Randal Myler and Dan Wheetman, (D) Randal Myler, (CH) Sandy

Silva, (MD) Dan Wheetman, (S) Bennet Averyt, (C) Patricia Darden,  (L) Mary Jo

Dondlinger, (SD) Joe Payne

A Delicate Balance by Edward Albee Pulitzer Prize, (D) Charlie Hensley, (S) Dex

Edwards, (C) Catherine Norgren, (L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Joe Payne

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Adapted by David McCann, (D) Charlie Hensley,

(S) Dex Edwards, (C) Howard Tsvi Kaplan, (L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Joe Payne

The Foreigner by Larry Shue, (D) Dennis Lee Delaney, (S) Bennet Averyt, (C) Rhyan

Shipman, (L) Christopher Gorzelnik, (SD) Joe Payne

The Old Settler by John Henry Redwood, (D) Harold Scott, (S) Rob Odorisio, (C) Susan E.

Mickey, (L) Liz Lee (SD) Joe Payne, (W) Steven W. Bryant

Dames At Sea by George Haimsohn and Robin Miller, Music by Jim Wise, (D) Scott

Schwartz, (S) Jeff Modereger, (C) Catherine Norgren, (L) Mary Jo Dondlinger,

(SD) Joe Payne

A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare, Music by Felix Mendelssohn,

(D) Paul Barnes, (S) Dex Edwards, (C) Susan Branch, (L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Joe Payne

New Kid  by            , (D) Marty Johnson, (S) Kathleen L. Martin, (C) Jennifer Joe Adkins

Pinocchio by    , (D) Marty Johnson, (S) Joe Payne, (C) Patricia Darden, (L) Sean J. Farrell

 

Season 18: 1996-1997                                                          Charlie Hensley, Artistic Director

The Mystery of Irma Vep by Charles Ludlam, (D) Chris Clavelli, (S) Dex Edwards,

(C) Howard Kaplan,  (L) Joe Saint, (SD) Joe Payne

Snapshots by Michael Scheman and David Stern, Music by Stephen Schwartz, (D) Michael

Scheman, (CH) Katherine Kendall, (MD) Andrew Lippa, (S) Jim Youmans,

(C) Howard Tsvi Kaplan, (L) Kenton Yeager,  (SD) Joe Payne (World Premiere)

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Adapted by David McCann, (D) Charlie Hensley,

(S) Dex Edwards, (C) Howard Kaplan, (L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Joe Payne,

(M) Peter Carlson (World Premiere) 

Terra Nova by Ted Tally, (D) Charlie Hensley, (S) Chris Pickart, (C) Patricia Darden,

(SD) Joe Payne

Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare, (D) Charlie Hensley, (FD) Rick Sordelet, (MD) John

Lionarons, (S) Dex Edwards, (C ) Constance Hoffman, (L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Joe

Payne

Always…Patsy Cline by Ted Swindley, (D) Ted Swindley, (MD) Anthony Edwards,

(S) Chris Pickart, (C) Patricia Darden, (L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Joe Payne

The Oldest Story Ever Told by David F. Elliot, (D) Jefferson Lindquist, (S) Richard “Jake”

Wood, (C) Rhyan Shipman, (L) Kathleen Martin

 

Season 17: 1995-1996                                                          Charlie Hensley, Artistic Director

Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward, (D) Charlie Hensley, (S) Dex Edwards, (C) Patricia Darden,

(L) Liz Lee, (SD) Erica French

Once on this Island by Lynn Ahrens, Music by Stephen Flaherty, (D/CH) Gerry McIntyre,

(MD) Kevin Wallace, (S) Leonard Herman, (C) Howard Kaplan, (L) Kenton Yeager,

(SD) Erica French

Hamlet by William Shakespeare, (D) Charlie Hensley, (FD) Rick Sordelet, (S) Dex Edwards,

(C) Susan Mickey, (L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Joe Payne, (M) Peter Carlson

A Penny for the Guy by Lanie Robertson, (D) Charlie Hensley, (S) Chris Pickart,

(C) Patricia Darden, (L) Liz Lee,  (SD) Joe Payne

Deathtrap by Ira Levin, (D) Dex Edwards, (FD) Rick Sordelet, (S) Rob Odorisio,

(C) Patricia Darden, (L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Joe Payne

The Belle of Amherst by William Luce, (D) Jefferson Lindquist, (S) Scott Skiles,

(C) Rhyan Shipman, (L) Jim Craig, (SD) Joe Payne                                                                                 

 

Season 16: 1994-1995                                                          Charlie Hensley, Artistic Director

Dirt by Bruce Gooch, (D) Andrew Traister, (S) Deborah Jasien, (C) Guinevere Lee,

(L) Kenton Yeager,  (SD) Pam Nunnelley, (M) Valerie Mackend (East Coast Premiere)

The Perfect Ganesha by Terrence McNally, (D) Charlie Hensley, (S) Dex Edwards, (C)

Susan E. Mickey, (L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Pamela J. Nunnelley

Peter Pan by James Barrie, Lyrics by Carolyn Leigh, (D/CH) Bonnie Walker, (S) Charles

Caldwell, (L) Liz Lee, (SD) Pam Nunnelley

Sea Marks by Gardner McKay, (D) Charlie Hensley, (S) Mark Somerfield, (C) Guinevere

Lee, (L) David Traylor, (SD) Pam Nunnelley

Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill by Lanie Robertson, (D) Jefferson Lindquist,

(S) Scott Skiles, (C) Guinevere Lee, (L) Ron Yanacci, (SD) Pam Nunnelley

Love Letters by A.R. Gurney, (D) Ted Weiant

 

Season 15: 1993 – 1994                                                        Charlie Hensley, Artistic Director

Sleuth by Anthony Shaffer, (D) Charlie Hensley, (S) Charles Caldwell, (C) Guinevere Lee,

 (L) Liz Lee,  (SD) Pam Nunnelley

Side by Side by Sondheim by Ned Sherrin, Music Stephen Sondheim, Leonard Bernstein,

Mary Rodgers, Richard Rodgers, Jule Styne, (D) Charlie Hensley, (S) Rob Odorisio,

(C) Guinevere Lee, (L) Kenton Yeager

My Children! My Africa! by Athol Fugard, (D) Charlie Hensley, (S/C) Rob Odorisio,

(L) Kenton Yeager,  (SD) Pam Nunnelley

On the Verge by Eric Overmyer, (D) Jeannette Lambermont, (S) Judy Gailen, (C) Guinevere

Lee, (L) Liz Lee, (SD) Pam Nunnelley

Alfred Stieglitz Loves O’Keeffe by Lanie Robertson, (D) Charlie Hensley, (S) Fumiko Foos,

(C) Lori Cotman, (L) Ron Yanacci, (SD) Pam Nunnelley

Lend Me a Tenor by Ken Ludwig, (D) George Black, (S) Joseph Varga, (C) Gweneth West,

(L) John Carter Hailey,  (SD) Guy Sherman / Aural Fixation

Sisters Rosensweig

 

Season 14: 1992-1993                                                               Tom Gardner, Artistic Director

The Lion in Winter by James Goldman, (D) Tom Gardner, (S) Donald Eastman, (C) Lisa

Vollrath, (L) James Ingalls, (SD) Pam Nunnelley

From the Mississippi Delta by Dr. Endesha Ida Mae Holland, (D) Seret Scott, (S) Debra

Booth, (C) Lisa Vollrath, (L) Pat Dignan, (SD) Pam Nunnelley

The Immigrant by Mark Harelick, (D) Tom Gardner, (S) Donald Eastman, (C) Donna

Granata,  (L) Brian McDevitt

Pump Boys and Dinettes by Jim Wann, et al. (D/CH) Jason Edwards, (S) Mark Cheney,

(C) Guinevere Lee, (L) Kenton Yeager, (SD) Pam Nunnelley

 

 

 

Season 13: 1991-1992                                                               Tom Gardner, Artistic Director

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee (D) Charles Towers, (S) David Cosier,

(C) Lisa Collrath, (L) Nancy Schertler, (SD) Pam Nunnelley

Ain’t Misbehavin’ by Richard Maltby, Jr, (D/CH) Marsha Milgrom Dodge, (MD) Reginald

Royal, (S) Jim Noone, (C) Lisa Vollrath, (L) Ken Posner

Arms and the Man by George Bernard Shaw, (D) Christopher Hanna, (S) Bill Clarke,

(C) Candice Cain,  (L) M. L. Geiger, (SD) Pam Nunnelley

Broadway Bound by Neil Simon, (D) Tom Gardner, (S) John Falabella, (C) Lisa Vollrath,

(L) Terry Cermak, (SD) Pam Nunnelley

 

Season 12: 1990-1991                                                           Charles Towers, Artistic Director

Wedding Band by Alice Childress, (D) Charles Towers, (S) Donald Eastman, (C) Candice

 Cain,  (L) Nancy Shertler, (SD) Pam Nunnelley

The Rainmaker by N. Richard Nash, (D) Christopher Hanna, (S) Michael Miller,

(C) Candice Cain, (L) Dan Kotlowitz, (SD) Pam Nunnelley

Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett, (D) Charles Towers, (S/L) Pavel Dobrusky,

(C) Candice Cain, (SD) Pam Nunnelley

Otherwise Engaged by Simon Gray, (D) Charles Towers, (S) Lawrence Casey, (C) Candice

Caine, (L) Jackie Manassee, (SD) Pam Nunnelley

Billy Bishop Goes to War by John Gray and Eric Peterson, (D) Dennis Rosa, (S) E. David

Cosier, (C) Vincent Scassellati, (L) Jeff Davis, (SD) Tam Mardikes

3 Point Shot

 

Season 11: 1989-1990                                                           Charles Towers, Artistic Director

The Road to Mecca by Athol Fugard, (D) Jodi McAuliffe, (S) Andrew Jackness, (C) Candice

Cain, (L) Nancy Shertler

The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett, Adapted by Marsha Norman, Lyrics by

Lucy Simon,  (D) R.J. Cutler, (CH) Chris Walker, (MD) David Loud, (S) Heidi

Landesman, (C) Martin Pakledinaz, (L) Roger Morgan (World Premiere)

Speed the Plow by David Mamet, (D) Charles Towers, (S) Bill Clarke, (C) Candice Cain,

(L) Jackie Manassee

Fences by August Wilson Pulitzer Prize, (D) Tazewell Thompson, (S) Donald Eastman,

         (C) C. L. Hundley, (L) Anne Militello

Fairy Tales of New York by J.P. Donleavy, (D) Charles Towers, (S) Bill Clarke, (C) Candice

Cain, (L) Spencer Mosse (American Premiere)

T Bone N Weasel

 

Season 10: 1988-1989                                                           Charles Towers, Artistic Director

Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Translated and Adapted by Christopher Hampton, (D) Charles

Towers, (S/L) Pavel Dobrusky, (C) Candice Cain

American Buffalo by David Mamet, (D) Charles Towers, (S) George Hillow, (C) Candice

Caine. (L) Spencer Mosse

Fossey by Lois Meredith, (D) Pamela Berlin, (MD) D. John Mizelle, (S) George Hillow,

(C) Candice Cain, (L) Judy Rasmusson (World Premiere)

Macbeth by William Shakespeare, (D) Charles Towers, (S/L) Pavel Dobrusky, (C) Candice

Cain, (SD) June Cooper

Top Girls by Caryl Churchill, (D) Christopher Hanna, (S) George Hillow, (C) Gina Taylor,

(L) Don Holder

A Walk in the Woods by Lee Blessing (D) Christopher Hanna, (S) George Hillow, (C) Giva Taylor, (L) Don Holder

 

Season 9: 1987-1988                                                             Charles Towers, Artistic Director

Ah, Wilderness! by Eugene O’Neill, (D) Christopher Hanna, (S) John Deopp, (C) Candice

Cain, (L) Spencer Mosse

Glengarry Glen Ross by David MametPulitzer Prize , (D) Charles Towers, (S) Michael

         Miller, (C) Candice Cain, (L) Jim Sale

Salt-water Moon by David French, (D) Charles Towers, (S) George Hillow, (C) Candice

Cain, (L) Spencer Mosse

Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, Adapted by Eric Blau and Mort

Shuman, Music and Lyrics by Jacques Brel, (D) Gregory S. Hurst, (MD) Mark

Goodman, (S) Atkin Pace,  (C) Marianne Faust, (L) David Noling

Play Yourself by Harry Kondoleon, (D) Christopher Hanna, (S) Michael Miller,

(C) Candice Cain, (L) Don Holder (World Premiere)

Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom by August Wilson, (D) Israel Hicks, (S/C) Lawrence Casey,

(L) Kirk Bookman

 

Season 8: 1987                                                                      Charles Towers, Artistic Director

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams Pulitzer Prize, (D) Charles Towers,

(S) Marjorie Bradley Kellogg, (C) Candice Cain,  (L) Spencer Mosse

– Opened February 1987, after the end of the Wells Theatre renovations

The Frontiers of Farce: The Purging and The Singer by George Feydeau and Franz

Wedekind, Adapted by Peter Barnes, (D) Charles Towers, (S) John Lee Beatty,

 (C) Martha Kelly, (L) Jacki Manassee (American Premiere)

Haut Gout by Allen Havis, (D) Christopher Hanna, (S) Nancy Thun, (C) Candice Cain,

(L) Jackie Manassee (World Premiere)

The Tempest by William Shakespeare, (D) Charles Towers, (S/L) Pavel Dobrusky,

(C) Candice Cain, (SD) June Cooper

 

Season 7: 1985 -1986                                                            Charles Towers, Artistic Director

The Beastly Beautitudes of Balthazar B by J.P. Donleavy, (D) Charles Towers,

(S) John Lee Beatty, (C) Kurt Wilhelm, (L) Roger Morgan (American Premiere)

Master Harold…and the Boys by Athol Fugard, (D) Alex Dmitriev, (S) Lewis Folden,

 (C) Candice Cain, (L) Dirk Kirk

Painting Churches by Tina Howe, (D) Jamie Brown, (S) Michael Miller, (C) Candice Cain,

(L) Jim Sale

Wetter than Water by Deborah Pryor, (D) Charles Towers, (S) Michael Miller, (C) Candice

Cain, (L) Dirk Kirk (World Premiere)

Jitters by David French, (D) Pamela Berlin, (S) Rick Dennis, (C) Candice Cain, (L) Dirk

Kirk

The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams, (D) Christopher Hanna, (S) Lewis Folden,

(C) Candice Cain, (L) Spencer Mosse

Billy Bishop Goes to War by John Gray and Eric Peterson, (D) Mitchell Ivers, (S) Pat

Woodbridge, (C) Myra Bumgarner, (L) Jackie Manassee

– Closed April 1986, then Company started Wells Theatre renovation

 

Season 6: 1984-1985                                                             Charles Towers, Artistic Director

Amadeus by Peter Shaffer, (D) Charles Towers, (S/L) Joe Ragey, (C) Martha Kelly

Husbandry by Patrick Tovatt, (D) Jamie Brown, (S/L) Joe Ragey, (C) Candice Cain

Taking Steps by Alan Ayckbourn, (D) Alex Dmitriev, (S/L) Joe Ragey, (C) Candice Cain

The Mound Builders by Lanford Wilson, (D) Charles Towers, (S) Joe Ragey, (C) Candice

Cain, (L) Spencer Mosse

Morocco by Alan Havis, (D) Chris Hanna, (S) Michael Miller, (C) Candice Cain, (L) Steven

Pollock (World Premiere)

Crimes of the Heart by Beth Henley, (D) Charles Towers, (S) Charles Caldwell, © Candice Cain, (L/S) Dirk Kuyk

 

Season 5: 1983-1984                                                            Charles Towers, Artistic Director

Island by Peter Link, Brent Nicholson, Joe Bravco and Larry Rosler, (D) Peter Link, (S) Joe

Ragey, (C) Anne Marie Wright, (L) Spencer Mosse (World Premiere)

Betrayal by Harold Pinter, (D) Charles Towers, (S) Joe Ragey, (C) Carrie Curtis, (L) Charles

Towers

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Adapted by Jamie Brown, (D) Jamie Brown,

(S) Duke Durfee, (C) Ann Wallace, (L) Joe Ragey

Artichoke by Joanna M. Glass, (D) Jamie Brown, (S/L) Joe Ragey, (C) Carrie Curtis

The Night of the Iguana by Tennessee Williams, (D) Charles Towers, (S/L) Joe Ragey,

 (C) Anne-Marie Wright   

A Lesson from Aloes by Athol Fugard, (D) Bill Partlan, (S) Joe Ragey, (C) Carrie Curtis,

(L) Tina Charney

The Dining Room by A.R. Gurney, (D) Jamie Brown, (S/L) Joe Ragey, (C) Anne-Marie

Wright

True West by Sam Shepard, (D) Charles Towers, (S) Joe Ragey, (C) Carrie Curtis,

(L) Christopher Furth

 

Season 4: 1982-1983                                                            Robert Tolan, Producing Director

Talley’s Folly by Lanford Wilson Pulitzer Prize , (D) Michael Hankins, (S) Joe Ragey,

(C) Carrie Curtis, (L) Ted Bartenstein

The Crucible by Arthur Miller, (D) Robert Tolan, (S/L) Joe Ragey, (C) Carrie Curtis

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Adapted by Michael Hankins, (D) Michael Hankins,

(S) Duke Durfee, (C) Ann Wallace, (L) Ted Bartenstein and Joe Ragey

Vanities by Jack Heifner, (D) Robert W. Tolan, (S) Meil Peter Jampolis, (C) Carrie Curtis,

         (L) Joe Ragey

High Rolling by Robert Litz, (D) Michael Hankins, (S) Joe Ragey, (C) Carrie Curtis and

Anne-Marie Wright, (L) Ted Bartenstein (World Premiere)(Mini-Rep)

Tiovivo by Mary G. St. Cloud, (D) Robert Tolan, (S) Joe Ragey, (C) Carrie Curtis and

Anne-Marie Wright, (L) Ted Bartenstein (World Premiere)(Mini-Rep)

The Hazard County Wonder by Bruce Payton, (D) Michael Hankins, (S) Joe Ragey,

         (C) Carrie Curtis and Anne-Marie Wright, (L) Ted Bartenstein (World

 Premiere)(Mini-Rep)

Tartuffe by Moliere, Adapted by Richard Wilbur, (D) Israel Hicks, (S) Joe Ragey,

(C) Anne-Marie Wright, (L) Ted Bartenstein

Charlotte Sweet by Gerald Jay Markie and Michael Colby, (D) Edward Stone,

(S) Joe Ragey, (C) Carrie Curtis, (L) Ted Bartenstein

 

Season 3: 1981-1982                                                            Robert Tolan, Producing Director

The Gin Game by D.L. Coburn, (D) Robert Tolan, (S/L) Joe Ragey, (C) Carrie Curtis

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Adapted by Barbara Fields, (D) Michael Hankins,

         (S) Duke Durfee, (C) Ann Wallace, (L) Bonnie Ann Brown

Therese Raquin by Stephen William, (D) Stephen William, (S) Joe Ragey, (C) Carrie Curtis,

         (L) Bonnie Ann Brown (World Premiere) (Mini-Rep)

Leavings by Michael Richey, (D) Robert Tolan, (S) Joe Ragey, (C) Carrie Curtis, (L) Bonnie

Anne Brown (World Premiere) (Mini-Rep)

Whatever Become of Love? By Ed Meyerson, (D) Stephen William, (S) Joe Ragey,

(C) Carrie Curtis, (L) Bonnie Ann Brown (World Premiere) (Mini-Rep)

Strider by Mark Rozovsky, (D) Lynne Gannaway, (S/L) Joe Ragey, (C) Carrie Curtis

Charley’s Aunt by Brandon Thomas, (D) Michael Hankins, (S) James Morgan, (C) Carrie

Curtis,         (L) Joe Ragey

Gemini by Albert Innaurato, (D) Robert Tolan, (S) Joe Ragey, (C) Anne-Marie Wright,

(L) Ted Bartenstein

 

Season 2: 1980-1981                                                          Patrick Tovatt, Producing Director

On Golden Pond by Ernest Thompson, (D) Patrick Tovatt, (S) Joe Ragey, (C) Carrie Curtis,

(L) Richard Moore

Mrs. Warren’s Profession by George Bernard Shaw, (D) Patrick Tovatt, (S) Joe Ragey,

(C) Carrie Curtis, (L) Bonnie Anne Brown

Classic Comics: The Flying Doctor, The Ridiculous Young Ladies by Moliere, (D) Patrick

Tovatt, (S/L) Joey Ragey, (C) Carrie Curtis

Buried Child by Sam Shepard Pulitzer Prize, (D) Jackson Phippin, (S/L) Joe Ragey,

(C) Carrie Curtis

The Incredible Murder of Cardinal Tosca by Alden Nowlan/ Walter Learning, (D) Patrick

Tovatt, (S/L) Joe Ragey, (C) Carrie Curtis

Luann Hampton Laverty Oberlander by Preston Jones, (D) Israel Hicks, (S) Peter Gould,

(C) Carrie Curtis, (L) Joey Ragey

Hot Grog by Jim Wann/ Bland Simpson, (D) Patrick Tovatt, (CH) Yvonne Rossen,

(MD) John Lewis, (S) Joe Ragey, (C) Tiny Ossman, (L) Bonnie Brown (World

Premiere)


Season 1: 1980                                                                    Patrick Tovatt, Producing Director

Relatively Speaking by Alan Ayckbourn, (D) Patrick Tovatt, (S/L) Paul Owen,

(C) Tiny Ossman – Opened Feb. 7, 1980 at the Wells Theatre

Count Dracula by Ted Tiller, (D) Patrick Tovatt, (S/L) Joe Ragey, (C) Tiny Ossman

The Miracle Worker by William Gibson, (D) Patrick Tovatt, (S/L) Joe Ragey, (C) Tiny Ossman

Sizwe Banzi is Dead by Athol Fugard, John Kani, Winston Nishona, (D) Israel Hicks,

(S/L) Joe Ragey, (C) Tiny Ossman/ Jeannie Mare Harris

I Do! I Do! by Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt, (D) Patrick Tovatt, (S) Joe Ragey,

(C) Tiny Ossman, (L) Cameron Dye 

 
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