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Performed: 29-30 November 2017; JSU Drama hosted its annual One Act Festival & Student Showcase in which two evenings of one-act plays, directed by students, were showcased. "Pygmalion" by Bernard Shaw was directed by Courtney Hamontree. "Almost Maine: Where is Went" by John Cariani was directed by Brianna Garrett. "Breaking the Code" by Hugh Whitemore was directed by Lawrence Mason. "Almost Maine: This Hurts" by John Cariani was directed by Anika Corsi. "Crash" by Lawrence Mason was directed by Cheyenne Oliver. "A Doll's House" by Henrik Ibsen was directed by Jessika Holmes. "Almost Maine: Getting it Back" by John Cariani was directed by Dakota Yarbrough. "Speed of the Plow" by David Mammoth was directed by Colton Cram. "Almost Maine: Sad and Glad" by John Cariani was directed by Aaron Williams. "The Graduate," adapted by Terry Johnson, based on the novel by Charles Webb, and the motion picture screen by Calder Willingham and Buck Henry, by special arrangement with StudioCanal, was directed by Dominique Cheney. This item is contained within the Theatre & Film Production Archive.


This performance was held in the Ernest Stone Performing Arts Center Theatre.


  • Kevin Jannot -- Higgins
  • Libby Hays -- Pickering
  • Annslyn Pilkington -- Eliza
  • Shauna Steward -- Bystander
  • Halima Kamara -- Marci
  • Cheyenne Oliver -- Phil
  • Eric Wilkerson -- Alan Turing
  • Chloe Barnes -- Paty
  • Anna Marker -- Sara Turing
  • Ebony Antoine-Hill -- Marvalyn
  • Gregory Heathcock -- Steve
  • Dakota Yarbrough -- Cronus
  • Alexis Robinson -- Molly
  • Kevin Jannot -- Nils Krogstad
  • Allison Lawley -- Nora Helmer
  • Aaron Williams -- Lendall
  • Anastasia Barker -- Gayle
  • Brooke Elam -- Karen
  • Lawrence Mason -- Gould
  • Eric Wilkerson -- Jimmy
  • Allison Lawley -- Sandrine
  • Anna Marker -- Waitress
  • Kyle Robinson -- Benjamin
  • Shauna Steward -- Elaine


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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One Act Festival & Student Showcase (2017) | Program