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Flaming Guns of the Purple Sage
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2015 SEASON
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[title of show] and New Works Festival
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Next To Normal
Rx
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2013 SEASON
Coronado
William Shakespeare's Land of the Dead
In the Next Room, Or the Vibrator Play
The Burnt Part Boys
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2012 SEASON
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Matt & Ben
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2008 SEASON

Stones in His Pockets
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Last of the Red Hot Lovers

The Pillowman

 
 
TENNESSEE WILLIAMS DOUBLE HEADER
 

coming_soonSummer and Smoke /
The Eccentricities of a Nightingale

Directed by Anika Thompson
& Molly O'Neill

In 1947, Tennessee Williams’ new play, Summer and Smoke, premiered on Broadway.  It has since gone on to be rightfully included in the storied cannon of one of the world’s finest playwrights. And yet, for Tennessee Williams, he wasn’t able to let this simple love story go. And so he wrote a new version.  In 1951 he finished his sweeping rewrite of the play, now called The Eccentricities of a Nightingale.  But theatrical companies all over the country had already embraced Summer and Smoke, and it would be nearly 15 years before this new play would be produced.

Two versions of the same play by one of theater’s most powerful and important voices.  History has chosen Summer and Smoke.  Tennessee Williams preferred The Eccentricities of a Nightingale.  But which script best tells the story of Alma Winemiller and her love for the young doctor across the street?  Now, Renegade presents both plays in repertory, so you can choose for yourself.

Summer and Smoke: June 7, 9, 14 & 16 at 8pm
Eccentricities of a Nightingale: June 8 & 15 at 8pm / June 9 & 16 at 4pm

 
PRESS
 

Duluth News Tribune Article - 6-7-2012
Duluth News Tribune Review - 6-9-2012

 
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CAST CREW
 

SUMMER AND SMOKE
Rev. Winemiller – Elias Mokole
Mrs. Winemiller – Holly Vontin
John Buchanan, Jr. – Joshua Stenvick
Alma Winemiller – Carolyn LePine
Rosa Gonzales – Kat Mandeville
Nellie Ewell – Emily Fletcher
Roger Doremus – Cory Anderson
Dr. John Buchanan Sr. – Paul Waterman
Mrs. Bassett – Lacy Habdas
Vernon/Dusty/Archie – Evan Laurie
Rosemary – Mallory Berg
Papa Gonzales – Lawrence Lee

THE ECCENTRICITIES OF A NIGHTINGALE
Alma Winemiller – Carolyn LePine
Rev. Winemiller – Elias Mokole
Mrs. Winemiller – Holly Vontin
Mrs. Buchanan – Tammy Ostrander
John Buchanan, Jr. – Joshua Stenvick
Roger Doremus – Cory Anderson
Mrs. Bassett – Lacy Habdas
Rosemary – Mallory Berg
Vernon/Traveling Salesman – Evan Laurie

Director – Molly O'Neill
Director – Anika Thompson
Stage Manager – Amanda Sorensen
Lighting Design – Andy Bennett
Sound – Andy Bennett/Molly O'Neill
Set Design – Anika Thompson
Technical Director – Evan Kelly
Costume Design – Miranda Kau Giurleo
Prop Design – Alex Hill
Board Operator – Emyli Gundmundson
Dialects – Sarah Diener
Music Composer – Roger Olson
Videographer – Matt Helbacka
Photographer – Andy Miller

 
 
 
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