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Performed: 27 July - 1 August 1993; Bernard Slade's "Same Time, Next Year" was presented by the drama department and Marriott dining services as part of the Summer Dinner Theatre. The entire play takes place in a guest cottage of a Northern California country inn. George and Doris have an affair that turns into an annual romantic retreat for the away from their spouses and families. Managing director/business manager was Carlton Ward, artistic director was Wayne Claeren, scenic designer was Gene Ericson, costume designer/coordinator was Freddy Clements, technical director/lighting designer was David Keefer, technical assistant/props designer was Joyce Tate, production assistant was Michael McCullough, sound and lights was Tracey Gamble, stage manager was Todd Edwards, properties was Katrina Mitchell. Scenery and lighting crew were Todd Edwards, Tracey Gamble, Tim Higdon, Katrina Mitchell, John Brooks, Derrick Chapman, Melissa Crow, Steven Stone, Thomas Lanahan, David Tolley, Michael McCullough. Costume construction crew were Dorinda Nusum and Joan Cochran. This item is contained within the Whitton drama production materials.
This performance was held in the Leone Cole Auditorium.
- Susan McCain -- Doris
- Steve Whitton -- George
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The original items are located in the Library’s Alabama Gallery Special Collections.
Jacksonville State University -- History, College and school drama, Theater programs, Dinner theater -- Alabama -- Jacksonville
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Jacksonville State University, "Same Time, Next Year (1993) | Program" (1993). Department of Theatre & Film Performance Archive. 13.