1985-1986 Season


The Clandestine Marriage

by George Loiemen

Production Team

  • Director: Ronald E. Barnes
  • Composer: Loren Filbeck
  • Scenic/Lighting Designer: Robert L. Howell
  • Costume Designer: Kathleen Lewicki
  • Wig Designer: Diana Murray
  • French Dialect Coach: Helene Koon
  • Stage Manager: Ian Ocasio
  • Assistant Stage Manager: Carol Lynne Damgen

Cast

  • Lord Ogleby: Stephen Steele
  • Sir John Melville: Christopher Ross
  • Sterling: Kenneth Herring
  • Lovewell: David A. Pavao
  • Canton: Manuel Gomez
  • Brush: Jay Garcia
  • Serjeant Flower: Dagmar Handlos
  • Traverse: Carol Lynne Damgen
  • Trueman: Philip J. Wurtzel
  • Mrs. Heidelberg: Laura L. Vechione
  • Miss Sterling: Tami Silver
  • Fanny: Alicia Danine Aultman
  • Betty: Kelly M. Grenard
  • Chambermaid: Michele Marko

Running Crew

  • Production Manager: Robert L. Howell
  • Shop Foreman: O. P. Hadlock
  • Costumer: Jill E. Trinquier
  • Properties Master: Michele Marko
  • Master Electrician: Ian Ocasio
  • Set Construction: Lisa Blankenship, Valerie Caulkins, Carol Lynne Damgen, Lisa Gierloff, Kelly Grenard, Elizabeth Haselman, Joshua King, Michael Mahoney, Laura Lee Roberts, Tami Silver, Steven Steele, Brian Suttle, Bryan Welker, Rebecca Williams, Annie Wrzalinski
  • Costume Construction: Marianne DeBos, Elizabeth Haselman, Sundai Hrees, Chih-Kang Lo, Anthony Parrish, Kerry Riddle, T. Teresa Scarano
  • Properties/Stage Crew: Debi Archuleta, Bryan Welker
  • Wardrobe/Make-up: Valerie Caulkins, Tim Tyler
  • Lighting: Laura lee Roberts, Brian Suttle
  • Sound: T. Teresa Scarano
  • Box Office: Rebecca Williams
  • House Manager: Lisa Gierloff
  • Production Graphics: Robert L. Howell
  • Production Photography: Carey B. Van Loon

Bus Stop

by William Inge

Production Team

  • Director: William L. Slout
  • Scenic/Lighting Designer: Kathleen Lewicki
  • Costume Designer: Robert L. Howell
  • Stage Manager: Peter Hughes
  • Associate Director: Peter Hughes

Cast

  • Elma Duckworth: Michele L. Smith
  • Grace Hoylord: Deborah Matthews
  • Will Masters: Marvin Earl Riggins
  • Cherie: Dagmar Handlos
  • Dr. Gerald Lyman: Lonnie LaPointe
  • Carl: David Pavao
  • Virgil Blessing: Steve
  • Steele
  • Bo Decker: Lance Rossi

Running Crew

  • Production Manager: Robert L. Howell
  • Technical Director: Kathleen Lewicki
  • Shop Foreman: Lonnie LaPointe
  • Costumer: Jill E. Trinquier
  • Properties Master: Kelly M. Grenard
  • Master Electrician: Philip Wurtzel
  • Set Construction: William Adams, Brett Birnbaum, Karen Brown, Mimi Chih, Greg Dagnon, George C. Floyd, Gary Klein, Mitchell Lovett, Thomas A. Mackey, Steve Marshall, Teresa Morales, Kelli Robinson, Paula Segovia, Laura Vechione, Yvonne Villa, Joel Winter
  • Costume Construction: Dagmar Handlos, Julie Phelps, Frank Smedley
  • Properties/Stage Crew: Geary Henry, Kenny Herring, Brian Suttle
  • Wardrobe: Kenny Herring
  • Lighting: Peter Bryant
  • Sound: Joshua King
  • Box Office: Rebecca Williams
  • House Manager: T. Theresa Scarano
  • Production Graphics: Rebecca Roe
  • Production Photography: Carey B. Van Loon
  • Cast Deputy: David Pavao

The Threepenny Opera

By Bertolt Brecht
English Adaptation by Mark Blitzstein

Production Team

  • Director: Amanda Sue Rudisill
  • Musical Director: Loren Filbeck
  • Choreographer: Marte Boyle Slout
  • Scenic/Lighting Designer: Robert L. Howell
  • Costume Designer: Kathleen Lewicki
  • Sound Designer: Philip West
  • Gymnastics Coach: Cheryl Harris
  • Stage Managers: T. Theresa Scarano, Michele Marko
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Elizabeth Haselman

Cast

  • A Street Singer: Lonnie LaPointe
  • Mr. J. J. Peachum: John B. Tarbox
  • Mrs. Peachum: Dianne Hamre
  • Polly Peachum: Tammy Danelle
  • Filch: Peter S. Bryant
  • Macheath (Mack the Knife): Lance Rossi
  • Jenny: Tina M. Lardieri
  • Reverend Kimball: Ian Ocasio
  • Tiger Brown (Commissioner of Police): Lonnie LaPointe
  • Smith (Warden): Robert P. Cluff
  • Constable: Gary Roberson
  • Lucy Brown: Jodi Julian
  • Mack's Gang:
  • Readymoney Matt: Stephen Steele
  • Crookfinger Jake: Bryan B. Welker
  • Bob the Saw: Jeff Ashworth
  • Walt Dreary: Michael McKeever
  • Jimmy the Second: Manuel Gomez
  • Girls:
  • Betty: Marnie L. Kimberlin
  • Molly: Tami Silver
  • Coaxer: Laura L. Vechione
  • Sukey Tawdry: Lisa M. Gierloff
  • Vixen: Kelly M. Grenard
  • Kitty: Annie Wrzalinski
  • Beggars:
  • Honey: Carol Lynne Damgen
  • Sam: Ron Castaneda
  • Winnie: Lora Benzatyan
  • Violet: Tina Marie Mattison
  • Katie: Sundai Hrees
  • Mae: Rayanne Furnish

Musicians

  • Clarinet/Saxophone: Kraig Williams, Karen Patterson
  • Trumpet: Chris Groegler, Susie Glanville
  • Trombone: Heidi Snyder
  • Guitar/Banjo: Rick Zahariades
  • Percussion: Jeff Williams
  • Keyboards: Janet Coggins

Running Crew

  • Production Manager: Robert L. Howell
  • Technical Director: Robert W. King
  • Costumer: Jill E. Trinquier
  • Dance Captain: Manuel Gomez
  • Rehearsal Pianists: Janet Coggins, Julie Rosenberg
  • Properties Master: Kelly M. Grenard
  • Set Construction: Thomas Applegate, Kimberly Behnke, Thaddeus Bennett, Ludia Britton, Peter Bryant, Herman Cospy, Diane deDianous, Priscilla Dixon, Arlene Foulk, Christine Hamill, Joseph Harrison, Steve Hekman, Suzanne Hern, Hector Hernandez, Rebecca Hodde, Faye Hopper, Joshua King, Kevin Kish, Gary Minter, Terrence O'Malley, Carlos Reyes, Eleanor Stanfield, Mark Stell, Jill Traina, Javier Uribe, Robert Vasquez, Garet Waterhouse
  • Costume Construction: Christine Ahearn, Moira Donahue, Christine Lidbom, Marilyn Nufer, Yogeeta Kulkarni
  • Properties/Stage Crew: Amy Molla, Russell Daniels, Russ Halbrook
  • Wardrobe/Make-up: Vesna Laganin, Teri M. Payton, Matt Webster
  • Lighting: Laura Lee Roberts, Michele Smith
  • Sound: Curt Smith
  • Box Office: Becky Williams
  • House Manager: David Pavao
  • Production Graphics: Robert L. Howell
  • Production Photography: Carey B. Van Loon