Date

2-25-1994

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Description

Pictured: Steve Whitton; Performed: 25 February – 6 March 1994; Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe's "My Fair Lady" was based on George Bernard Shaw's play "Pygmalion." It tells the story of Eliza Doolittle, a Cockney flower seller who is transformed into a member of upper-class English society by Professor Henry Higgins. The play was directed by Wayne Claeren, costumes by Freddy Clements, set design by Carlton Ward, lighting by David Keefer, choreography by Barry Mundy, vocal coaching by Jane Holloway, orchestra direction by Carl Anderson, rehearsal and performance accompanist was Jan Rhodes, stage management by Mishia Edwards, and assistant stage management by Thomas F. Millington. This item is contained within the Theatre & Film Production Archive.

Venue

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

Performers

  • Greg Hucks -- Henry Hucks
  • Stacy Fumbanks, Lynnelle Terry -- Eliza Doolittle
  • Steve Whitton -- Col. Pickering
  • Terry Gosdin -- Alfred P. Doolittle
  • A.J. Richards -- Freddy Eynsford-Hill
  • Robert Vance
  • Michael Gerrard
  • Kristen Sparks
  • Wes Vorhees
  • Jared Wright
  • Tim Higdon
  • Tyler Waldrop
  • Tracy Prater
  • Gregory Mikell
  • Joey McSpadden
  • Bridgett Jarrell
  • Sandra Eiland
  • Lindy Green
  • Stephanie Shaddix
  • Rene Humphrey
  • Cindy Chennault
  • Jennifer Bishop
  • Jessica Geron
  • Vicki Chennault
  • Dale Seabourn
  • Gladys DeJesus
  • Jason Allen
  • Renee Howard
  • Ashley Inmon
  • Bobby Peppers
  • Jason St. John
  • Tracey Gamble
  • Jennifer Whitley
  • Kim Kinsey
  • Myra Gaddis
  • Shannon DeWitt
  • Shane Smith
  • Steve Howard
  • Mike Holland
  • Phil Pyle

Location

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

Keywords

Jacksonville State University -- History, Jacksonville State University -- Faculty, College students -- Alabama, Jacksonville State University -- Students, College and school drama, Musicals

Rights

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Keywords

Jacksonville State University -- History, Jacksonville State University -- Faculty, College students -- Alabama, Jacksonville State University -- Students, College and school drama, Musicals

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