A Cranbrook Community Theatre Production held at Key City Theatre

HOUSE OF BLUE LEAVES

Written by John Guare

Directed by Paul Kershaw   1992

CAST

Jim Cameron …............ Artie Shaughnessy                    Bunny Flingus …......... Glady Goss

Courtenay Stevens …. Ronnie Shaughnessy                Ruth Rutledge …......... Corinna Stroller

Jo-Anna LeGrandeu….. Bananas Shaughnessey            Miggs Sawchuk …...... Head Nun

Isla Patterson ..........…. Second Num                              Becky Gilmour …........ Little Nun

Robin Dupuis …........... MP                                               Paul Kershaw ….......... The White Man

Kirk Jensen .............….. Billy Einhorn

 

 

PRODUCTION CREW

Harriet Pollock ........… Producer                     Sandy Oates ….... Photography

Laura Cloarec ..........… Promotion                  Mike Moskal ...…. Asst.Director/Stage Manager     

Paul Kershaw ..........… Set Design                  Paul Kershaw ....... Light Design

Lorin Collicutt ........… Lighting                       Ben Blomander … Sound Design/Sound

Greg Miller ............…. Poster Design              Laura Cloarec ...… Front of House Manager

Miggs Sawchuk .....… Make-up                     

Kootenay School of Hairdressing …............................. Hair

Jeanette Cameron, Lee-anne Martini …........................ Costumes

Kelly Dill, Kevin McCann …............................................. Backstage Hands     

 Mike Barker, Cindy Hagen …........................................ Program

Maureen Quinn, Marianne Smith, Allan Sandberg. … Properties 

Gary Dalton, Jim Ellingson, Paul Kershaw, Don Rivers,

                              Don Rogers, Peter Warland …......... Set Construction

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P.O. Box 345, Cranbrook, BC  V1C 4H8

11 - 11th Ave. S. Cranbrook BC  
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We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia and the City of Cranbrook.