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Cardboard Piano

Cardboard Piano
Jan 19 – Feb 18, 2018

By Hansol Jung; Directed by Signe V. Harriday
Andy Boss Thrust Stage / Drama / Midwest Premiere
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Can love overcome hate? This haunting story begins in a church on the eve of the Millennium. Two young teenagers, one a local Ugandan girl, the other the daughter of white missionaries, hold a secret wedding ceremony. Then their world is tipped upside down and ripped apart. Our patrons who saw the world premiere found this play to be an extraordinary experience that doesn’t tell you what to think, but opens your mind to the human capacity for hatred, forgiveness, love and faith–and perhaps, hope. Audience Advisory: This play contains gunshots, strong language and adult content.

Cast

Crew
Signe V. Harriday – Director
Sarah Brandner – Scenic Designer
Sara Wilcox – Costume Designer
Jacob M. Davis – Sound Designer
Michael P. Kittel – Lighting Designer
Terri Ristow – Properties Designer
Foster Johns – Dialect Coach
Annie Enneking – Fight Choreographer
Lyndsey R. Harter* – Stage Manager
Jaya Robillard – Assistant Stage Manager

*Member, Actors’ Equity Association


*C 7:30pm only
 7:30pm
 2:00pm
P – Preview
B – 99¢ Bargain Preview
D – Post-Show Discussion
O – Opening Night
PS – Pre-Show Event
AD – Audio Description
C – Open Captioning

EVENTS & OFFERS
Join Curt Goering, Executive Director of the Center for Victims of Torture on Jan 28 for a pre-show discussion about Uganda. On Jan 24 and Feb 4 join the director and cast members for post-show discussions.

Discounts for seniors, under 30 and groups.

sponsored by

made possible with additional support from:
Barbara Forster & Lawrence Hendrickson
Susan & William Sands
John Sullivan
Members of the Premiere Producers Club
Archie D. & Bertha H. Walker Foundation

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