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Inherit the Wind

a Courtroom Drama
CATEGORY :
by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee

COMPANY : Atlanta Classical Theatre [WEBSITE]
VENUE : 14th Street Playhouse [WEBSITE]
ID# 987

SHOWING : May 08, 2004 - May 22, 2004

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

The play is based on the Scopes Trial with two righteous attorneys battling for truth. But as the playwright reveals it, it "does not pretend to be journalism. It is theatre. It is not 1925. The stage directions set the time as 'Not too long ago.' It might have been yesterday. It could be tomorrow."


CAST & CREW LIST
Cast Kimberly Jurgen
Matthew Harrison Brady Frank Barham
Howard Kody Brown
Rev. Jeremiah Brown Douglas Curlin
Judge Dean Fowler
Hawker Hillari Fowlkes
Sillars Will W Fowlkes
Elijah/Mr. Dunlap Brian Godeski
Mrs. Krebs Glenda Tibbals Gray
Henry Drummond Bill Hearnburg
Melinda Elizabeth Hirsch-Tauber
Mrs. Brady Tracy Lee Holden
Mrs. Blair Katherine Jacques
Meeker Clint Johnson
E K Hornbeck Josie B. Lawson
Rachel Brown Elizabeth Nichols
Bertram Cates Andrew Porter
Timmy/Photographer Joshua Rhoden
Tom Davenport Matt Roberson
Mayor Murray Sarkin
Mrs. McClain Gloria Stanley
Corkin/Harry Y. Esterbrook Jeff White
Bannister Alexis Wingate
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