Saturday, January 12, 2008

Friday Performance Pix

Check out David Baum's pix from the 8pm performance on Friday.


The 14/48 Band - I've recently been informed that you have to sleep with two (not one) members of the band to get into a sold out show. Whether or not it's both band members at the same time can be negotiated.


Official 14/48 Greeter Matthew Richter


Seanjohn Walsh, Seanjohn's big thing, and Trick Danneker in The Big Thing, written by Ki Gottberg and directed by John Kaufmann


Jenny Sue Johnson, Trick Danneker, Seanjohn Walsh, and Annette Auger in The Big Thing.


Erin Stewart and Mark Fullerton in Deep and True, written by Kelleen Conway-Blanchard and directed by Mazen Award winner Erik Van Beauzekom.


Mark Fullerton and Angela DiMarco in Deep and True.


Karen Jo Fairbrook and Aaron LaPlante in Ride of the Drunken Stallion, written by Chris Hadad and directed by Jerry Manning. You'll have to ask Chris whether the play was inspired by true events.


Alyssa Keene, Jaime Roberts, and Jodi-Paul Brown-Wooster in A Wayward Lover, written by Pattie Miles Van Beauzekom and directed by Shawn Belyea.


Jaime Roberts and Jodi-Paul Brown-Wooster in A Wayward Lover.


Holly Arsenault and Paul Ray in A Wayward Lover.


Jaime Roberts in A Wayward Lover.



Buddy Mahoney, Keria McDonald, Jason Harber, and David Goldstein in Parachute, written by Dawson Nichols and directed by Darian Lindle. Jason opted to wear his street clothes rather than a costume.


Buddy Mahoney, Keria McDonald, and Jason Harber in Parachute.


Mik Kuhlman in Don't Look Down, written by Marcy Rodenborn and directed by Jennifer Jasper.


Alex Samuels, Charles Leggett, and Mik Kuhlman in Don't Look Down.


Megan Ahiers, John Bartley, Amy Fleetwood, John Q. Smith, and Bret Fetzer in Resurrecting the King, written by Dennis Schebetta and directed by Jose Amador.


John Q. Smith and John Bartley in Resurrecting the King.


Jodi-Paul Brown-Wooster, surrounded by the artists, pulls Saturday night's theme: UNDER PRESSURE.

1 comment:

Brendan said...

Do I always look that angry when I play?