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Performed: 8-11 March 2019; Stephen Sondheim's "Company" is a brisk and energetic musical comedy featuring many of Sondheim's best known songs, based on the book by George Furth. The director/choreographer was Carrie Colton, orchestra conductor was Jeremy Benson, stage manager was Ashlee Cheyenne Oliver, assistant stage manager was Ellie Boozer and Anika Corse, scenic designer/lighting designer was Jennifer Luck, assistant scenic designer was Gregory Heathcock, assistant lighting designer was Alli Angel, costume designer was Freddy Clements, assistant costume designer was Ansley Gayton, scene shop supervisor was Libby Hays, sound designer was Brandon Clark, audio engineer was Chase Green, music director was Nathan Wight, head graphic designer was Meghan Lee, marketing by Chloe Barnes, and producer was Randy Blades. This item is contained within the Theatre & Film Production Archive.


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


  • Gavin Haynes -- Robert (Bobby)
  • Shauna Steward -- April
  • Kelsey Trussell -- Marta
  • Abbie Beatty -- Kathy
  • Christian Watts -- Harry
  • Tiffany Jenkins -- Sarah
  • Kendrick Golson -- David
  • Charissa Rebecca Johnson -- Jenny
  • Lawrence Mason -- Peter
  • Megan Day -- Susan
  • Michael Greenwood -- Paul
  • Lydia Clarke -- Amy
  • David Wooten -- Larry
  • Judy Holt Shealy -- Joanne
  • Tammy Hayes -- Piano
  • Chelsea Owens -- Flute
  • Haley Stansky -- Clarinet
  • Sam Eddy -- Oboe/English Horn
  • Kayla Cooper -- Alto Saxophone
  • Sadika Anderson -- Baritone Saxophone
  • Zachary Pack -- Tenor Saxophone
  • Devin Lentz -- Trumpet
  • Timmy Markey -- Trombone
  • Nick Staff -- Bass
  • Joshua Anderson -- Percussion


The original items are located in the Library’s Alabama Gallery Special Collections.


Jacksonville State University -- History, College and school drama, Theater programs, Musicals


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