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Three One-Act Plays Presented by Students of the Directing Class

BRINGING IT ALL BACK HOME
Written byTerrance McNaNally
Directed by Sam Rossi

ARIA da CAPO
Written by Edna St. Vincent Millay
Directed by Deborah Hall

LINE
Written by Israel Horovitz
Directed by Reggie Groff

Publication Date

12-10-1975

City

Gorham, ME

Keywords

Theatre, University of Southern Maine Department of Theatre, Theatre Program, Tony Shalhoub

Accession Number

78-169

Disciplines

Arts and Humanities | Theatre and Performance Studies | Theatre History

Comments

BRINGING IT ALL BACK HOME CAST

Son ... Burt Ordway
Daughter ... Linda Betsch
Mother ... Anne-Marie Watson
Father ... Keith Whitten
Ms. Horne ... Roxanne Bell
Camera Person, Delivery Man ... Jayne Schiff

ARIA da CAPO CAST

Cothurnus ... Linda Jackson
Cerydone ... Janet Ross
Thyrsis ... Jaye C. Nelson
Columbine ... Stacie Harvey
Pierrot ... Mike Peters

LINE CAST

Fleming ... Ken Brown
Stephen ... Tony Shalhoub
Molly ... Anne Jordan
Dolan ... Jerry O'Connor
Arnall ... Pat Dullea

Location: Box R-10, Folder 1

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Three One-Act Plays: Bringing It All Back Home, Aria da Capo, and Line


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