Friday, September 11, 2015

Perfect Wedding 9/11/15




This was a great comedy in many ways. A country-house hotel outside London in 1992. The set clearly gives you the feeling, both inside the rooms and looking outside the window at the church. British humor with some quick thinking and "play along" humor, what can go wrong?

Yes, this may be something of a remake on a theme. However, I believe the simplicity of this play, even when the dialogue can become complicated because of the quick thinking on their feet to cover things up, makes this very funny all the way through.

I really enjoyed the acting. To direct and make happen the dialect and pace the lines have to come out leaves you with an appreciation on how well performed this was. Here are the cast starting with the character names, followed by the photos that both my bride Christi and I took. All are tagged with my name only for simplicity in getting this out to you.


Cast

Bill - Ian Rigg

Woman - Rachel Silvert

Tom - Jerico Bleu

Rachel- Stephanie Rohr

Julie - Lauren Knutson

Daphne - Linda Roberts






































































































































Production Staff:

Director - Mark Baer

Assistant Director - Jessica Tendeck

Lighting Design - Jeff Casey

Light Board Operation - Adrienne Petty

Set / Costume Design - Kevin Bellamy

Set Dresser - Jeff Casey

Dialect Coach - Lauren Demerath

Technical Assistant - Marcy Orellana & Adrienne Petty



Season Sponsor




Towle Theater
5205 Hohman Ave.
Hammond, IN 46320
(219) 937-8780



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