Spinning Into Butter

Spinning Into Butter

Written by: Rebecca Gilman 

Category:  Drama · College

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Loyola theatre tackles one of the most controversial plays you’re likely to see.

(NEW ORLEANS) – Loyola’s Department of Theatre Arts and Dance and director Laura Hope bring to the stage the hidden racism that may lurk in people’s hearts in Rebecca Gilman’s “Spinning into Butter.”

Set at a small mostly-white private liberal arts college in Vermont, “Spinning into Butter” explores the danger when society fails to confront the issues of racism and political correctness.
When one of the college’s few black students begins to receive hate and racial messages, the campus erupts with shock and mutual recrimination as faculty ...Read More

Total performances: 6

Andrew Chau.... Greg Sullivan
Ashley Osbourn.... Dean Kenney
Chris Bohnstengel.... Dean Strauss
Colby LeMaster.... Mr. Meyers
James McBride.... Ross Collins
Joshua Smith.... Patrick Chibas
Laura Friedmann.... Dean Daniels
*=featured role

Laura Hope ....  Director
Adam Alonso ....  Costume Design
Monica R. Harris ....  Box Office Manager
Georgia Gresham ....  Artistic Director
C. Patrick Gendusa ....  Production Manager
Adrienne Burns ....  Costume Crew
Patrick W. Anthony ....  Light Design
Priscilla Jenkins ....  Audio Designer
Caitlin Manning ....  Props Coordinator

Notes: Part of the New Orleans Fringe Festival.
References: Media; MPC
Record created by: cpgendusa

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