Every Picture Tells A Story – Or Two…
Presenting the winners of Joining Sword & Pen 2005-6!
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CAST: Dawn Alden * (Esme), Mary Becker (Mother Dire), Mary Anne Bowman * (Viola), Amy E. Harmon * (Mrs. Dire), Stephanie Repin * (Mrs. Kinsington), Rachel Stubbs (Mary); Gillian N. Humiston (Understudy)
Satisfaction – Tony Wolf
directed by David Woolley
fight choreography by David Woolley
CAST: Dawn Alden * (Miss Kelly), Mary Becker (Mme. Renaud), Mary Anne Bowman * (Mme. Leboucher), Amy E. Harmon * (Sarah), Gillian N. Humiston (Mathilde Leboucher), Stephanie Repin * (Mrs. Thomas); Rachel Stubbs (Understudy)
STAFF (both productions): Joshua D. Allard (Costume Design), Jennifer Aparicio (Scenic Artist/Carpenter Intern), Libby Beyreis * (Producer), Beth Cummings (Assistant Director & Props Design), Lisa Garmoe (Scenic Artist), Matt Harding (Dialect Coach), Brenda E. Kelly * (Assistant Producer), Jesse Klug (Lighting Design), Julie Lutgen (Scenic Design), Kjerstine McHugh * (Stage Manager), Jonathan Molitor (Dialect Coach), David Winer (Sound Technician), John Zuiker (Sound Design)
Graphic Design by grumpy monkey graphics & design
* denotes BWBTC ensemble member
Both one-acts that made up this production were inspired by the print of Emile Bayard’s “An Affair of Honor” that hung on Fight Master David Woolley’s living room wall.
Each playwright received the Ballantyne Award, which carried with it a $500 stipend.