Not to rush things and I know you have two weekends left to see the amazing Kit Marlowe. This weekend in fact might be ideal.
Think about it, after you wade throught the carnage that is Thanksgiving dinner, had a day or two to get sick of your loved ones, you could load everyone into the mini-van and head down and see the cast of Kit Marlowe work their tragic-magic and wreck bloody mayhem on stage. Seeing blood spilled may just be what you need to unwind after a day of shopping. No show Thursday but there are still seats available on Friday and Saturday at 8pm.
Now that I have helped make your life easier, we are ready to announce the cast and designers for our next big thing. That being Thorton Wilder's Modern Classic The Skin of Our Teeth. Like me you probably were involved in a dubious production of Our Town in high school or college. And while I love the hell out of Our Town, it is nothing compared to the mayhem that will greet you as you step into a world of dinosaurs, glaciers, floods, wars and general insanity that is Skin.
If there were ever a show calling out for Rorschach's brand of design, acting and imagination this is it. Think Master and Margarita without the Russians or Behold! with less scene changes. These are your players and they are most welcome!
Mr. Antrobus Scott McCormick (The Scarlet Letter, The Beard of Avon, Fair Ladies at a Game of Poem Cards, References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot and more)
Mrs Antrobus Wyckham Avery
Sabina Jjanna Valentiner (birds)
Henry Cesar Guadamuz (Fair Ladies at a Game of Poem Cards, Rough Magic, References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot)
Gladys Simone Zvi
Fitzpatrick, others JJ Area
Fortune Teller, others Becky Peters
Announcer, others Zehra Fazal
Telegraph Boy, others Megan Reichelt (Monster, Rough Magic)
Homer, Defeated Candidate, Bailey, others Jon Reynolds (Monster)
Moses, Broadcast Official, Tremayne, others Theodore Sneed
Baby Dinosaur, Main Convener, Hester, others Yasmin Tuazon (The Illusion, Fair Ladies at a Game of Poem Cards, References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot and more)
And some of the other folks working on the show:
Director Rahaleh Nassri (A Bright Room Called Day)
Set Designer Robbie Hayes (References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot)
Costume Designer Deb Sivigny (The Illusion, After the Flood, Fair Ladies at a Game of Poem Cards and more)
Sound Designer Matt Otto
Producer/co-Artistic Director Randy Baker
Producer/co-Artistic Director Jenny McConnell Frederick
Stage Manager Cecilia Cackley (Rough Magic and References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot)
Technical Director Andrew Berry