Synopsis:  fantasy

At the prompting of a tragic muse, two shepherds interrupt a harlequinade, innocently kill each other, and the harlequinade continues unaffected. An intensely effective play of universal appeal.

ARIA DA CAPO

Written by Edna St. Vincent Millay

Directed by Allen Schofied     1977

2 performances

CAST

Cori Henry ..................... . Columbine              Peter DeRoche …. Pierrot

Don Rivers ....................... Cothurnus              Karl McKusick …... Corydon

Louise Crowe-Swords …. Thyrsis

 

BEHIND THE SCENES

Philip Foster ..............................… Producer               

Jim Lincez ..................................… Stage Manager

Mike McQueen, Cindy Duthie …. Lights                     Jim Lincez, Allen Schofield … Set

Ardith MacIntyre ......................… Properties            

Mount Baker Graphic Arts …....................................................... Programme

Maureen Sims, Laurna Eigeard, Margie McKusic .................… Costumes

Philip Foster, Dave Drummond, Mount Baker Graphic Arts … Publicity

Gary Anderson , Linda Constantineau …................................... Front of House

 

This play went on to compete successfully in the 1977 EK Drama Festival, winning 3 awards.

Louise Crowe-Swords won Best Actress

Jerry McNeil  played Pierrot there and won Best Supporting Actor

The production one the Best Visual award.

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