Science and Madness was entered into the 1989 East Kootenay Drama Festival and won many awards!

Please visit that page for more information about the Festival.

SCIENCE and MADNESS

Written by George F. Walker

Directed by Brad Price         1989

CAST

Steve Temple…   …Benjamin R. Heywood, a doctor

Maggie Muir …...... Lillian Heywood, his sister, a poet

Bud Abbot …......... Medeiros

Bob Kary …............ Freddy Barnes, a local villager

Nicole Hartley …... Mary, a young visitor

Gavin O’Toole …... The patient … Gavin O’Toole.

 

Production Crew:

Joanne Bellanger, Stephen Temple ..........…. Producers                Rob Ismond …................. Lighting Operator

Harriet Pollock, Shannon Maxim …............... Stage Managers      Brenda Funk …................. Costume

Jane Troupe .................................................…. Assistant Director    Sharon Ricketts …........... Hair

Brad Price …........................................... Set and Lighting Design    Stan Savinkoff …............. Special Effects

Doug McDonnell …......................................... Sound Design           Jim Cameron …................ Poster Design    Harriet Pollock, Shannon Maxim ...............…. Properties                Jessie Arbuckle …............. Front of House 

Linda McCammon, Karen Bell … .................... Make-up                            Tom Farren ……...........….. Chief Carpenter Erica Lechner , Sarah Hudson …...................... Stage Hands

WINNER:  Best Play

East Kootenay Zone Festival 1989

WINNER: Best Director,

Brad Price

WINNER:

Best Actor,

Bud Abbott

WINNER:

Best Supporting Actor,

Bob Kary

WINNER:

Best Supporting Actress,

Nicole Hartley

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