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Current Season: Death of a Salesman * Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus * The Real Inspector Hound * Take Me Out * It Doesn't Get Any Deeper Than This
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by Arthur Miller
directed by Julie Jordan
October 21-23, 27-29
In this Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning play, Death of a Salesman takes you into the life and memories of Willy Loman - a struggling salesman who cannot understand how he failed to win success and happiness in his quest for the “American Dream.”
Contains mild adult themes.
Special! Two performances will be American Sign Language interpreted: Sunday 10/23 and Friday 10/28.
Tom Peters as Willy Loman
Cathy Bennett as Linda Loman
Lon Nease as Biff Loman
Jeff Nieman as Happy Loman
Josh Roden as Bernard
Erica Cohen as The Woman
Ron Samad as Charley
Burt McCollom as Uncle Ben
Russ McGee as Howard Wagner
Bridgid Dunn Weber as Jenny
Chris Bishop as Stanley
Samantha Morrissey as Miss Forsythe
TBA as Letta
Inspired by the famous editorial, "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus," two compelling stories come together in this heartwarming play. On Christmas Eve, 1897, in New York City, eight-year-old Virginia is left pondering whether or not Santa really exists after a series of unhappy events. Meanwhile, a young newspaper editor also struggles against tough holiday times as he is faced with losing his job if he can’t find his writer’s voice by morning. Even though they don’t know each other, the spirit of Christmas is about to bring these people together, creating in the process an unforgettable and cherished part of classic Christmas lore.
Directed by Rebecca Coots
December 1-4, 2016
Sunday, Sept 18, 2016 5-7pm
Tuesday, Sept. 20 , 2016 7-9pm
North College Hill City Center,
1500 W. Galbraith Rd. in North College Hill, 45239
Virginia O’Hanlon, 8 years old, inquisitive
Mother O’Hanlon, 30-45
Father O’Hanlon, 35-50
Samantha O’Hanlon, 10 years old
Francis Church, young editor, eccentric, klutzy
Walther Gibson, editor and chief of “The Sun”
May Lou Parker, 8 years old, small looking
Wendy Parker, Mary Lou’s younger sister, small, frail, sickly
Hannah Parker, Mary Lou and Wendy’s mother, 30-45
Post-person, boy or girl, early teens
Martha, a friendly soup server – any age
Old Christmas Prologue #1 – timeless character
Old Christmas Prologue #2 – timeless character
Old Christmas Prologue #3 – timeless character
Homeless people, 2-3 any age, gender
Generally, CenterStage Players (OH) produce 3-5 shows a year,
which have been performed at the North College Hill City Center in Cincinnati, OH. We strive to present a diverse season which includes consideration of original works by local playwrights.
Interested applicants should send information to Bridgid Dunn Weber, Vice-President of Production before the deadline of November 15th, 2016. The CenterStage Board will schedule interviews with applicants in early January 2017.
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8797 Russett Drive
Cincinnati, Ohio 45251
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