Tonight at Eight-Thirty will be presented in two parts, each comprised of four one-acts: If Love Were All (featuring Star Chamber, We Were Dancing, Astonished Heart, and Hands Across The Sea) and Come the Wild (featuring Red Peppers, Fumed Oak, Family Album, and Still Life). The two remaining plays will be presented separately during the run as special events.
The one-acts will be double-cast, with an ensemble that includes: Rhonda Aldrich, John Apicella, Gigi Bermingham, Bill Brochtrup, Anne Gee Byrd, Emily Chase, Josh Clark, JD Cullum, Ramon DeOcampo, Dawn Didawick, Francia DiMase, Nike Doukas, Emily Eiden, Angela Goethals, Harry Groener, Jeanie Hackett, Shannon Holt, Tamara Krinsky, Dakin Matthews, Adam Meyer, Lynn Milgrim, Jeffrey Nordling, Angela Paton, Melinda Peterson, Christina Pickles, Ray Porter, Kirsten Potter, Lawrence Pressman, Philip Proctor, John Prosky, Raphael Sbarge, Ned Schmidtke, Devon Sorvari, Susan Sullivan, Kitty Swink, Peter Van Norden, Geoffrey Wade, Laura Wernette, Amelia White, Mirron Willis, and Alicia Wollerton.
Brendon Fox, Robert Goldsby, Willaim Ludel, Michael Murray, Stefan Novinski, and Stephanie Shroyer will direct the various plays. The design team will include John Iacovelli (sets), A. Jeffrey Schoenberg (costumes), Leigh Allen (lighting), John Zalewski (sound), Kay Cole (choreography), and Matt Goldsby (musical direction).
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