Winter 2000 and Spring 2001
"...elevates the art of acting to something profoundly different from the mediocre" – THE JUILLIARD JOURNAL
Centering around a poor tutor who comes to stay with a wealthy provincial family, this play exposes the hypocrisy of religion and class discrimination and how the convergence of these two things can drive an individual to radical and destructive action.
Inspired by the writings of Brecht, Lenz and Büchner.
SET DESIGN: Scott SpahrCOSTUME DESIGN: Carol BaileyLIGHTING DESIGN: Diane D. FairchildORIGINAL MUSIC: Mark SchultzDRAMATURGY: Chris MillsSTAGE MANAGER: Cristina SisonASSISTANT DIRECTOR: Lori Petermann
Darren Pettie, Charles Borland, Thomas Cook, Nicole Lowrance, Jeffrey Carlson, Katie Kreisler, Bryan Cogman, Michael Milligan, Lee Pace, Jennifer Ikeda, Steven Boyer, John Rolle, Tracy Thorns, and Aysan Celik (remount)