Past Productions

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Dai'sla: How Bobcat Lost His Tail

Directed & Written by Kiana Younker

Co-Directed by Margaret Carr and LaBorn Brown

"Originally titled “How Bobcat lost his tail,” [this play] is a traded story from the Houdenosaunee (Iroquois) to the Coquille. This story was passed down from storyteller to storyteller, then from father to daughter. Now, daughter to audience."

Performed May 2022

Allen Bales Theater

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Photos by Benjo Verge

True West

Written by Sam Shepard

Directed by Ash Arrington & Faith Griffin

"True West is what happens when you put brothers, booze, and business opportunities into a pressure cooker for 2 Acts. We discovered this show a couple of years ago and have not been able to get it off of our minds since. I love it because it explores masculinity and family structure in a brilliantly original way and leaves behind more questions than answers."

Performed April 2022

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The Flick

Written by Annie Baker

Directed by Caitlin Hicks

“I was drawn to Annie Baker’s play, The Flick, because this dramedy gives an honest look into the real and messy lives of three offbeat characters. Over the past few years, I’ve been creating a character development tool for actors using the Enneagram personality typing system which my capstone project centers on. After reading The Flick, I knew there were no better characters to explore this tool with than those of Avery, Sam, and Rose.”

Performed April 2022

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Photos by Benjo Verge

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An Evening for Healing

Written and Directed by Robert Fuson

“So I am wrote this show immediately following the January 6th  insurrection. There was a lot of discussion following the incidents that the nation needed to heal from that, and that was why they didn't want to talk about it, and I felt like there was a lot of dissonance between that idea of ignoring something and in order to heal from it. And that got me  started on this idea of writing a show about what healing actually looks like for people, and what they imagine healing to be- it involves addressing the issue and not ignoring it”

Performed December 2021

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Photos by Diane Snoddy

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The Last Goodbye

Written By LaBorn Brown

Directed By Trinity Ross

"I've always been a fan of old style R&B music. It's a very big part of who I am, and I wanted to write a happy story. It didn't start out that way, but that's what it turned into. I wanted to bring a lot of the music that has formed who I am today to other people, and I wanted to do it with a story that I think a lot of people can relate to. There are many things that you can take from it, and I hope everyone can take something different. That's always the goal. But something I know I want people to take from it is that things in life that are good don't always have to be questioned."

Performed December 2021

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Photos By Marcus Johnson

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Photos by Diane Snoddy

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We Merry Men

Written By Forrest Caudill

Directed by Forrest Caudill and Diane Snoddy

Performed February 2022

RJ 141

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