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A Little Bit of Texas: a theatrical fable
a Absurdist Comedy
CATEGORY : COMEDY
by Raleigh Marcell

COMPANY : GSU Players [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Georgia State University [WEBSITE]
ID# 2262

SHOWING : February 22, 2007 - February 25, 2007

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

A LITTLE BIT OF TEXAS: A THEATRICAL FABLE is a scathing but comic indictment of the theatre, its practitioners, audiences, and critics featuring Judas Iscariot, a Nazi electrician, rapping nuns (well, sort of), a live onstage execution (well, sort of), Ebeneezer Scrooge (no, really), and what may be the most politically incorrect scene featured in a stage play in recent history.


CAST & CREW LIST
Writer/Composer Raleigh Marcell
Director Kara Cantrell
Asst. Stage Manager Stephanie Busing
Lighting Designer Harley Gould
Stage Manager Gina Guesby
Costume Designer Fiona Leonard
Scenic Designer Cynthia Pharis
Sound Designer Jon Summers
Judas Iscariot, et al Bu Agburu
Sister Enunciata, et al Erica Couben
Dorothea Evans-Evans, et al Anna Gorman
George Nelson Daniel Housely
Texas State Trooper, et al Willie Inman
Otto, et al Kendal Lotze
Israeli Commando, et al "Ice" Muniz
The Director Amanda Relaford
The Stagehand, et al Celia Willis
The Playwright Michael Witherell
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