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Spring 2010-11

 

The Visit

 

April 1 -3 & 7 - 9, 2011 (two weekends)

in Thoresen Theatre.

[Friday through Sunday, then Thursday through Saturday]
Performances at 7:30 p.m., 2:00 p.m. Sunday
special: 3:00 p.m.on 2nd Saturday

$13 General Admission,
$9 Randolph College Faculty/Staff,
$9 Adults over age 60
$5 all students

by Friedrich Durrenmatt
Directed by Mace Archer

Cast List



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Our Spring Theatre Production

The Visit
by Friedrich Durrenmatt

Directed by Mace Archer

Scenic Design:  Christopher Otwell
Costume Design:  Melissa Panzarello Koger
Lighting Design:  Ken Parks

Stage Manager:  Erin Sudol

CAST
CLAIRE ZACHANASSIAN Rebeka Baumgartner '12
ANTON SCHILL Matt Cornpropst '14
THE BURGOMASTER Ken Parks
THE TEACHER Donna La Fratta
THE DOCTOR Alexandra Williams '13
THE POLICEMAN Laura Shearer '12
THE PASTOR Richard Coultas '11
THE PAINTER Tori Ellington '11
FRAU SCHILL Brooke McKelvey '14
THE SON Blake Mays
THE DAUGHTER Ashleigh Tweedy
THE STATION MASTER Suzanne Halka
THE FIRST MAN Blake Mays
THE SECOND MAN Karen Rose '13
THE THIRD MAN Sandra Smith Griffith '11
THE FOURTH MAN Lauren Dowdle '13
THE CONDUCTOR Christopher Otwell
PEDRO Tory Brown '13
THE FRAU BURGOMASTER Lauren Dowdle '13
BOBBY Catherine Touna
KOBBY (First Blind Man) Darlene Fedele
LOBBY (Second Blind Man) Emily Perry '12
MIKE, MAX and others Duquon Little '12
Jeremy Patterson '13
Chris Staats '13
Jamaine Harris '13
THE TRUCK DRIVER Lauren Dowdle '13
THE ATHLETE Derrick Woods-Morrow '12
THE MIXED CHOIR Pierson Blount
MacKenzie J. Allen
Brenna Forehand
Thomas Baugher
Molly Pickard
Spencer Cohen
Juliana Sigler

Cast & Crew List
[Program Copy pdf]

When is money more powerful than your own beliefs? If you could insure the financial well-being of those you love, but you had to violate your own core values to do so, would you?  Friedrich Durrenmatt’s The Visit is the timeless classic featuring Claire Zachanassian, a german millionaire with the ability to save the town where she was born and raised.  She is willing but she requires something in return.  The town leaders must decide whether to save their town or cling to the values which have defined the town for hundreds of years.  The Visit is a fantastic ethical dilemma and one of the great plays of the twentieth century.

 

The Lunts chose this unforgettable play for their swan song. A wealthy woman returns to her debt ridden home town and offers a sum greater than they have ever imagined to help out. But there is a condition: she wants the life of a villager who years ago had caused her to be expelled from town in disgrace. Ringing denial of this absurd demand is followed by the gradual corruption of everyone in town. He is murdered and money is passed over his body to the town. The lady leaves with a fantastic entourage and with the coffin of her old lover. Voted best foreign play of the year by N.Y. Drama Critics Circle. "Stinging.... [with] astonishing power." N.Y. Herald Tribune. "A devastating drama." N.Y. Times.

-From the Samuel French website -

Performance dates:  April 1 - 3 & 7 - 9, 2011
Two weekends.
[Friday through Sunday, then Thursday through Saturday]
Performances at 7:30 p.m. except 2:00 p.m. on Sunday and 3:00 p.m. on 2nd Saturday

in Thoresen Theatre.

$13 General Admission, $9 Randolph College Faculty/Staff,
$9 Adults over 60, $5 all students

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