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The Dresser

By Ronald Harwood

Directed by Ginny Evans

March 1-3, 1984

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Sir, the last of the great breed of English actor/managers, is in a bad way tonight. As his dresser tries valiantly to prepare him to go on stage as King Lear, he is having great difficulty remembering who and where he is, let alone Lear's lines. With a Herculean effort on the part of Norman, the dresser, Sir finally makes it on stage and through the performance no thanks to the Luftwaffe in a World War II era English provincial theatre during an air raid. Backstage in his dressing room after the performance, the worn out old trouper dies, leaving his company and his loyal dresser alone.

Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French.

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NormanGreg White
Her LadyshipAltalee Abston
SirDan Daniel
MadgeJane Lamb
IreneLaree Simpson
Goeffery ThortonRic Newell
OxenbyGreg Teachman
Knight II, Albany, GentlemanFred Shiever
Knight I, KentGerald Reynold
Knight III, GlouchesterJohn Niebergall
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DirectorGinny Evans
SetsRalph Abston, Ginny Evans, Natalie Evans, Jane Lamb, Laura Mossman, Laree Simpson, Greg Teachman, Greg White
CostumesAltalee Abston, Ginny Evans, Loretta King
LightsMatt McCune
SoundGreg Teachman, Debbie King
Make-upEddie Shiever, Janice Shiever
PhotosWes Jones, Southwestern College
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