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Book-It Repertory Theatre

Just as one show closes, another one is already in the making! Time waits for no man (or woman), here at Book-It. Myra Platt’s adaptation of Chris Cleave’s novel Little Bee is next on the docket for our Silver Jubilee season and we couldn’t be more excited for the talented group of actors and designers who get to show off their work.

Please give a warm welcome to these fine folks who will be on stage:

Sydney Andrews* (Sarah O’Rourke)                                                                 

Elena Flory-Barnes (Yevette/Hunter/Ensemble)

Jonah Kowal (Charlie)

Claudine Mboligikpelani Nako (Little Bee)

Meiko Parton (Hunter/Undertaker/Ensemble)

Michael Patten* (Lawrence/Detention Center Officer/Ensemble)

Eric Riedmann* (Andrew O’Rourke/Cab Driver/Ensemble)

Jason Sanford (Guard/Policeman/Ensemble)

Zenaida Smith (No Name/Clarissa/Ensemble)

Kaila Towers (Nkiruka/Receptionist/Ensemble)

 

And where would we be without the creative minds of our fabulous crew?

Myra Platt, Director/Adapter

William E. Cruttenden III*, Stage Manager

Xandria Nirvana Barber, Assistant Stage Manager

Will Abrahamse, Scenic Designer

Andrew D. Smith, Lighting Designer

Christine Meyers, Costume Designer

Evan Mosher, Sound Designer

Anthea Carns, Dramaturg

*Denotes member Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States

 

Little Bee will run April 22-May 17, 2015.

Pay What You Will Previews, April 22 &23

Opening Night, Saturday April 25

Comments 3 comments

  1. April 4, 2015 at 3:16 pm Ashley

    How do the Pay What You Will Preview shows work?

  2. April 6, 2015 at 11:12 am bookmaster

    Great question! A Pay What You Will Preview is essentially a dress rehearsal, but gives the actors a chance to practice with an audience.

    It’s a suggested donation of $10, with a limit of four per person. Tickets go on sale starting at noon the day of the performance—in person or by phone. Cash is preferred for at-the-door purchases. Credit or debit cards may be used, but require a minimum $10 per-ticket purchase.

    • April 6, 2015 at 9:15 pm Ashley

      That is perfect! Thank you!

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