Our Town

Our Town

St. John Theatre, Reserve, LA    3/23/2011 - 3/26/2011 (schedule)

Category:  Drama

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Our Town is a three-act play by American playwright Thornton Wilder. It is a character story about an average town's citizens in the early twentieth century as depicted through their everyday lives (particularly George Gibbs, a doctor's son, and Emily Webb, the daughter of the town's newspaper editor and George's future wife). Using metatheatrical devices, Wilder sets the play in a 1930s theater. He uses the actions of the Stage Manager to create the town of Grover's Corners for the audience. Scenes from its history between the years of 1901 and 1913 play out.

Total performances: 4

Cheyenne Ortiz.... Stage Manager *
Jonathan Perret.... George Gibbs *
Lauren E. Snowdy.... Emily Webb *
Michael Morton.... Stage Manager *
Tori Press.... Stage Manager *
Ani Hart Boudreaux.... Mrs. Soames
Audrey Martin.... Professor Willard
Caitlin Jacob.... Mrs. Webb
Christopher Degeyter.... Mr. Webb
Dustin Weidert.... Wally Webb
Gabriel Alarcon.... Constable Warren
Jared Tregre.... Joe Stoddard
Jourdan Buras.... Dr. Gibbs
Juan Watkins.... Simon Stimson
Lennen Madere.... Joe Crowell; Si Crowell
Logan Jacob.... Sam Craig; Man In The Auditorium
Madeleine Millet.... Young Emily
Marcus Brinkman.... Howie Newsome
Marissa Templet.... Mrs. Gibbs
Matthew Suarez.... Baseball Player
Samantha Degeyter.... Rebecca GIbbs
Tiffany Mitchell.... Woman In Balcony
*=featured role

Greer Millet ....  Director

Record created by: lrnsnwdy

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