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No. Saints Lane

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February 4 - March 6, 2011
Written by Eric Czuleger
Directed by Steve Julian

North Saints Lane, Skagway, Alaska, a small bungalow – the home of Mer Hicks and her “not quite right” daughter Dizzy. They’re being pursued by a half-blind fish canner, an insane special forces officer, and a short sheriff with a shorter temper. But no one is going anywhere in this blizzard…

Cast

  • JOE CALARCO, Jay
  • KIRSTEN KUIKEN, Dizzy Hicks
  • JEREMY LELLIOTT, Emmett Tiggs
  • ADAM NAVARRO, Hunter Sullivan
  • MEREDITH HINCKLEY SCHMIDT, Mer Hicks

Creative Team

  • MICHELLE STANN, Lighting Design
  • JOE CALARCO, Sound Design
  • DEBBIE DUFOUR, Costume Design

 

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bash: latterday plays

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April 16 - May 22
Written by Neil LaBute
Directed by Meredith Hinckley Schmidt

bash: latterday plays is a trilogy of intensely-written, modern day Greek tragedies. Structured as a series of chilling monologues, four Latter-day Saints recount their stories that reveal the complexities of evil in everyday life. The play is an excellent example of LaBute’s “signature raw lyrical intensity” which forces his audience to reflect on the cruelty of human nature.

Cast

Creative Team

  • MICHELLE STANN, Lighting Design
  • JOE CALARCO, Sound Design
  • RIC PEREZ-SELSKY, Stage Manager

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The Trouble With Words

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June 8 - August 16, 2011
Original Music and Lyrics by Gregory Nabours
Directed by Patrick Pearson

Six people struggle to connect with each other and the world around them as their words pull them apart. This original song cycle by resident composer Gregory Nabours won the 2011 Ovation Award for Best Original Music and Lyrics.

Cast

Creative Team

  • MICHELLE STANN, Lighting Design
  • BRIAN MORALES, Orchestration and Reeds
  • DAVID LEE, Guitar
  • BRIAN CANNADY, Percussion
  • BENJAMIN COYTE, Cello
  • DARRYL BLACK, Violin
  • GREGORY NABOURS, Composer and Piano

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Double Falsehood

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October 1 - November 6, 2011
Written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Kirsten Kuiken

Only recently accepted into the canon of Shakespeare’s works by Arden, Double Falsehood is believed to be possibly based on Shakespeare’s lost play Cardenio. Full of heartache, violence and romance, as well as surprising moments of comedy, Double Falsehood is a classic pastoral play with a dark twist.

Cast

Creative Team

  • MICHELLE STANN, Stage Manager
  • JOE CALARCO, Sound Design
  • JENNA PLETCHER, Scenic Design
  • TJ MARCHBANK, Fight Choreography
  • LAWRENCE PETERS, Dramaturgy
  • ERIK McEWEN, Costume & Hair Design

 

 

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