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November 04, 2013
Written by Keith Aisner, Asylum is a Senior Directing Thesis by Hilary Leonard

  

November 1 & November 2, 2013
8 p.m.• Tawes Theatre, Gibson Center for the Arts

 

Gary’s drug of choice is an addiction to lucid dreaming. Through careful study he has taught himself to control his dreams, whether this means living out erotic fantasies or talking philosophy with God and Satan. But Gary’s mentally ill mother and other unexpected guests insist on crashing this alternate reality, as his waking and dreaming worlds intertwine.

 

Cast:

Nick Anstett ‘16 (Gary)

Shannon Terek ‘17 (Angela)

Andrew Huelskoetter ‘16 (Davis)

Brian Gicking ‘16 (Frank/Salesman)

Kendall Davis ‘16 (Woman)

Liza Conover ‘16 (Mother)

Maggie Campbell ‘17 (God)

Daphne Friedman ‘16 (Satan)

Vinnie Rogalski ‘16 (Dr. Capote)

Sean Syme ‘17 (God’s Voice Actor)

 

Artistic Team:

Hilary Leonard ‘14 (Director)

Becca Schmidt ‘15 (Stage Manager)

Justine Garrin ‘15 (Assistant Stage Manager)

David Katz ‘16 (Assistant Stage Manager)

Sarah Giordano ‘15 (Scenic Designer)

Rodney Everett ‘15 (Lighting Designer)

Jeremy Quintin ‘14 (Sound Designer)

Alexandra P. Sparco ‘14 (Costume Designer)

 


Last modified on Nov. 4th at 4:44pm by Alexandra Sparco.