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I Am a Camera

a Drama
CATEGORY : COMEDY DRAMA
by John van Druten

COMPANY : Atlanta Classical Theatre [WEBSITE]
VENUE : 14th Street Playhouse [WEBSITE]
ID# 1094

SHOWING : October 28, 2004 - November 13, 2004

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

The True Story of Sally Bowles.
Set in 1930s Berlin. Writer and English teacher Christopher Isherwood’s (played by Atlanta newcomer Andrew Porter) life was routine until a carefree entertainer named Sally Bowles (Detra Hicks, also an Atlanta newcomer) turned his world upside-down.
Also touched by the social and political changes in Berlin are Chris’ friend Fritz (Jake Dreiling) who is prepared to become a gigolo if business doesn’t improve, his pupil Natalia (Claire Christie) who comes from a wealthy Jewish family and is pursued by Fritz, and his well-meaning yet easily influenced landlady Fraulein Schneider (Minnie Tee).
Additional characters: Sally’s wealthy American beau Clive (Hugh-Barret Lehman), Sally’s disapproving mother (Barbara Washington).
The production is directed by Kimberly Jürgen. Valerie Peek serves as stage manager.


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Sound Designer Robert Drake
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