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Set in a bar in the Florida Everglades, this biting, brutally funny multigenerational family drama concerns a Gulf Coast couple, their disabled young ward, two lesbian tenants, and the bonds that bind them all together. It is a powerful story born out of the playwright’s own experiences with the rapidly changing social environment of rural Florida, where long-standing traditions and beliefs can collide, sometimes dangerously, with new ideas of personhood, identity and self-realization.
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Olivia Marr* as K
Claire McPartland* as Rosie
Edward Moreta Jr. as Cal
Katherine Reber as Ruth
Emily Blanquera as Penny
Directed by Mackenna Goodrich*
Lighting Design by Emily Blanquera with Zola Gray
Sound Design by Miles Shebar with Stephanie Kaufman
Set Design by Katie Stevenson with Kennedy Frazier
Costume Design by Ellie Melick with Sara Rosenthal
Property Design by Syou Nam Thai
Music Direction by Jeff Mellen
Jane Lindstrom, Production Stage Manager
Teddy Fischer and Sarah Groustra, Assistant Stage Managers
Run Time: 1 hour and 20 minutes, no intermission.
*This is the thesis production of Mackenna Goodrich, Olivia Marr and Claire McPartland in partial fulfillment of their senior exercises in Ddrama.
Saturday, November 9, 2019 at 8:00pm to 10:00pm
203 College-Park Street, Gambier, OH 43022