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Performed: 11-14 November 2022; Susan Glaspell's "Alison's House" is a three act play about the family of a poet, the family home where the poetry is written, and the last night the family spend in the home. The director was Michael Long, scenic designer was Jennifer Luck, lighting designer was Alli Angel, costume designer was Freddy Clements, sound designers were Kylie Sargent and El Hataway, dramaturg was Marija Reiff, assistant director was Stanton Yarboro, assistant dramaturg was Maggie Williams, assistant scenic designer/props was Erin Rose Pempel, production stage manager was Ellen Peck, stage manager Addie Zaner, assistant stage manager Leah Bussey, technical director John A. Davis, costume shop supervisor Megan Brightwell, scenic charge artist Jess Collier, assistant scenic charge Grayson Singleton, scenic painter Nicol Benson. This item is contained within the Theatre & Film Production Archive.
This performance was held in the Ernest Stone Performing Arts Center Theatre.
- Emily Copeland -- Ann Leslie
- Nikki Walker -- Jennie
- Christian Watts -- Richard Knowles
- Murchison Murray -- Ted Stanhope
- Semaje Newton -- Louise
- Jake Lewis -- The Father
- Logan Chance -- Eben
- Carley Carey -- Elsa
- Megan Brightwell -- Miss Agatha
- Sean Godfrey -- Hodges
- Bridgett Rayburn -- Mrs. Hodges
Is Part Of
The original items are located in the Library’s Alabama Gallery Special Collections.
Jacksonville State University -- History, College and school drama, Theater programs
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