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Hadrian VII

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Performed April 9-10, 16-17, 1971. Cast: John Raymond Freimann (Fr. William Rolfe); Valerie Norwood (Mrs. Crowe); Ron DeLay (Bailiff, Dr. Courtleigh); Steven Steenmeyer (Bailiff, Dr. Talacryn); Mary Metastasio (Agnes); Peter Ashbaugh (Cardinal-Archdeacon); Michael Mullen (Father St. Albans); Kim Kovac (Cardinal Berstein); Todd Queen (Cardinal Ragna); Leonard Pailet (Rector of St. Andrews College); Thomas Martin (George Arthur Rose); Ray Johnston (Cardinal Vivdi); Guards and Students: Michael Green, Michael Jacobs, David Niklas, Ken Tieck; Acolytes: Kevin McClure, Jeff Schields; Terry McConn (Charmberlain) Asst. Lighting: Rob Anderson; Crew: Martin LeBow, Andrew Niemyer, Timothy Ramey HJT Staff: Director: John Raymond Freimann; Asst. Director: Nancy Simon; Technical Asst.: Brian O'Reilly; Asst.: James Rice; Secretary: Lillian McClure; Costume Mistress: Christenia Alden; Assts.: Judith Gardner, Chris Clark, Jan Dronberger; Lighting: Timothy Ramey; Assts.: Steve Carlson, Tim Ashmore; Publicity: Patrick Fraley, Kim Kovac; Properties: Todd Queen; Office Asst.: Joy Ungricht; House Manager: Kent Minthorn; Asst. Shelley Jones; Lab Assts.: Patrick Fraley, Brad High, Michael Mullen, Barbara Wilson; Asst. to Designer: Henry Van Doren

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Brian O'Reilly

Set Design

James Christopher Rice

Costume Design

Christenia Alden

Lighting Design

Henry Van Doren

Props Design

Judith Gardner, Neil Twitchell

Sound Design

Nancy Simon, Joy Ungricht

Stage Manager

Shelley Jones

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