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Clayton Community Theatre announces the cast for
The Skin of Our Teeth, by Thornton Wilder, Directed by Joe O'Connor
Performances: July 16, 17, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, and 26, 2015.
Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 8pm; Sundays at 2pm.
Washington University South Campus Theatre, 6501 Clayton Road
Announcer/Broadcast Official -- Gwynneth Rausch
Sabina -- Heather Sartin
Mr. Fitzpatrick -- Mark Slaten
Mrs. Antrobus -- Kristy Wehrle
Dinosaur/Conveener/Actress -- Edda Carolina Tejada
Mammoth/Conveener/Actress -- Susan Moore
Telegraph Boy/Life Guard -- Jaz Tucker
Gladys -- Shannon Magee
Henry -- Darrious Varner
Mr. Antrobus -- Sam Hack
Doctor/Conveener/Actor (House Manager) -- George Lewandowski
Professor/Sleeping Conveener/Mr Tremayne -- Joe Wegescheide
Judge/Defeated Candidate/Fred Bailey -- Brad Kinzel
Miss E. Muse/Crying Woman/Actress -- Christine Newport
Miss T. Muse/Chair Pusher/Actress -- Latosha Howard
Miss M. Muse/Lady Conveener/Ivy -- Mary Klein
Homer/Usher/Chair Pusher/Actor -- Justin Hogue
Usher/Chair Pusher/Actor -- Kris Hogue
Beach Girl/Actress -- Rhiannon Creighten
Beach Girl/Assistant Stage Manager -- Kristen Flores
Fortune Teller -- Suzanne Greenwald
Hester/Conveener -- Edda Bertí
Show Girl -- Laura Allen
This Pulitzer prize-winning play by one of America’s best-known playwrights presents a three-part story of the Antrobus family of Excelsior, New Jersey, as an allegory about the life of mankind. Joe O’Connor, who directed the critically-acclaimed Room at the Inn for CCT last season, returns to direct again.
Synopsis: Here is a story about George Antrobus, his wife and two children, and their general utility maid, Lily Sabina. George Antrobus is at grips with a destiny, sometimes sour, sometimes sweet. The Antrobuses have survived fire, flood, pestilence, the seven-year locusts, the ice age, the black pox and the double feature, a dozen wars and as many depressions. They run many a gamut, are as durable as radiators, and look upon the future with a disarming optimism. Alternately bewitched, befuddled and becalmed, they are the stuff of which heroes are made-heroes and buffoons. They are true offspring of Adam and Eve, victims of all the ills that flesh is heir to. They have survived a thousand calamities by the skin of their teeth.
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