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Our 2005-2006 Season: Mainstage

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Angel Street

Written by Patrick Hamilton

Set in 19th century Victorian England, this spine-tingling, psychological thriller revolves around the mysterious happenings in the Manningham household. Objects begin to disappear and gas lights begin dimming on their own. Questions from Scotland Yard spin a web of distrust and deceit, leading the frail Mrs. Manningham to wonder if she is going mad, or are the controlled intentions of her suave husband actually a sinister plot of social-climbing greed and betrayal? Adapted into a 1944 film version, entitled Gaslight (starring Ingrid Bergman), the original 1941 Broadway production starred Vincent Price and captivated audiences for over three years.

Opening Night: Friday, March 10, 2006 - Closing Night: Saturday, March 25, 2006


PolicemanRoger Clark
NancySamantha Colicchio
Mrs. MannginghamLiza Harris
RoughThomas Hodge
PolicemanDave McDonald
PolicemanLawrence Sanders
Mr. ManninghamBill Schineller
ElizabethLinda Whalen

Production Staff

DirectorDon Miller
ProducerCarol Offermann
Stage ManagerClaire McDonald
Set DesignRoger Clark
Don Miller
Set ConstructionRoger Clark
Set Construction-CrewStephen Brown
Howard Henn
Jack Knapp
Jeff Knapp
Carol Offermann
Bill Purdy
Richard Rossback
Brian Schopper
Tom Schopper
George Walter
Micah Weiss
Steve Zevas
Set DecorSean Byrne
Janet Lazar
Set Decor-CrewMaria Brodeur
Patricia Fierro
Karen La Valley
Rebecca Mastroberto
Carol Offermann
Mary Rode
Kathy Sommers
Scenic ArtistEd Nicolazzo
Lighting DesignLarry Wilbur
Lights / Sound OperationErin Gilgur
Lauren M. Grof-Tisza
Carol Offermann
Sound DesignBill Houston
PropsMartie Cheek
Rose Mossucco
CostumesMary Rode
Make-Up / HairAnn Marie Hattersley
Assistant to the DirectorPete O'Neill
Assistant to ProducerPete O'Neill
PhotographyJoe Gigli
Tom Schopper
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Program LayoutW Design, LLC
Program EditorBrian Marshall
PublicityJanice Schopper