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Dark of the Moon

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Performed December 7, 8, 11, 12, 15, 16, 1951, at Whitman Theatre, 21 Idaho Street. Cast: Joye Mott (Barbara); Craig Esary (John); Carole Davidson (Mrs. Allen); Brad Lucas (Mr. Allen); Phil Griffiths (Floyd Allen); Paul McMullen (Uncle Smelicue); Bill Strange (Preacher Haggler); Jerry Fry (Marvin Hudgens); Margaret Lucke (Lista, Dark Witch); Andrea Moore (Croma, Fair Witch); Dick Elliott (Conjur Man); Phyllis Lane (Conjur Woman); Nancy DePuy (Mrs. Summey); Don Miller (Mr. Summey); Kay Shields (Edna Summey); Dorothy Howay (Mrs. Bergen); Edward Eisert (Mr. Bergen); Janet McCain (Ella Bergen); Donna Richmond (Miss Metcalf); Adrain Cibilich (Hank Gudger); Lee Snider (Burt Dinwitty); Rose Ann Miller (Greenie Gorman); Valerie Chapman (Hatty Heffner); Marlyn Strange (Fladie); Susan Hirsch (Gern); Emily Ott (Esa) Choreography: Dorothy Crutchfield; Asst. Stage Managers: Nancy Turner, Sam Brasfield, Jack Hall, LuRue Quein; Electricians: Jim Campbell, Bill LeBarron; Promptress: Betty Sorenson; Makeup: Nancy Dupuy, Phil Griffiths; House Manager: Kari Bond; Ushers: Barbara Herman, Joan Holderman, Lela Livengood, Lola Livengood, Toinette Stallings; Advertising: Laura Rothrock, Jerry Martin, Chris Nickolas, Rod Bunnell; Square Dance Staged by Larry Cravens

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William Berney and Howard Richardson


Rod Alexander

Set Design

Joe McDonnal

Costume Design

Barbara Schimke, Karen Blitz

Lighting Design

Dorothy Crutchfield

Props Design

Pat Sellen, Phyllis Russell

Sound Design

Rod Binnell, Marilyn Bird

Stage Manager

Joe McDonnal

Image Caption

Andrea Moore

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