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The House of Blue Leaves
a Dark Comedy
CATEGORY : COMEDY
by John Guare

COMPANY : Centerstage North Theatre [WEBSITE]
VENUE : The Art Place - Mountain View
ID# 1550

SHOWING : August 11, 2006 - August 19, 2006

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Frustrated zookeeper and aspiring songwriter, Artie Shaughnessy, is having a rough day; his pushy girlfriend wants him to have his schizophrenic wife committed, his only son has gone AWOL from the Army and plans to blow up the Pope and three gonzo nuns have ambushed his apartment in this brilliant, Tony Award-winning, dark comedy.


CAST & CREW LIST
Director Barbara Joanne Rudy
Stage Manager Kathy Ellsworth
Lighting Design Brad Rudy
Stage Manager Lindsay Ryan
Bananas Shaughnessy Kim Bennett
Man in White Coat Jim Brooks
Billy Einhorn Mike Crowe
Artie Shaughnessy Rial Ellsworth
Bunny Flingus Katie Grant
Little Nun Lark Hylton
Second Nun Lisa P. Sullivan
Head Nun Cathy Pearce Williams
Ronnie Shaughnessy Justin Williams
Corinna Stroller Brandellyn Williams
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