The Scene Shop - Behind the Scenes
VISIT is Friedrich Dürrenmatt's classic
tale of loyalty -vs- avarice, the need of the
one -vs- the greed of the many. A Senegalese adaptation of this play
entitled HYENAS -- come and see
Cattle Call - Open Audition for The Visit
The Visit is a tragicomedy involving the return of a wealthy woman to the now poverty-stricken town in which she was born. Assistant Professor D. K. Best will direct a cast of 29 through a fascinating mixture of realistic and nonrealistic elements as the townspeople respond to the widow's manipulation, setting into motion a chain of events with tragic consequences.
Scene design is by Associate Professor David C. Granath, costume design is by Assistant Professor Amy Sherwood, and lighting design is by FMU senior Charles Foster. The cast includes Kelly Jean Moore, Chuck Miller, David Martinez, Kate Corea, Brad Linton, Larry Falck, Brad King, Jacob Robertson, Christine Hong, Rob Sanders, Amy Brown, Will Franklin, Maria Belotti, Darlene Granada, Dana Harrell, Kendall Kiker, Joey Nice, Tripp Messick, Michael Clark, Vanessa Gregg, Tenieka Brannon, Brandie Osborne, Misty Hollingshead, Brent Ard, April Biehl, Dawn Alex, Kathy Jeffords, Laura Fitzsimmons, and Rob Jones.
The University Theatre's 1997-98 season opened with the production of Euripides' masterpiece MEDEA, written in 431 B.C. at the height of classical Athens' "golden age." The season will close with the April 15-18 production of Jaston Williams' GREATER TUNA.
For additional information
contact Mr. Best in FAC
224, 661-1538, email@example.com.