Just as Juliana Smithton's research leads to a potential breakthrough, her life takes a disorienting turn. During a lecture to colleagues at an exclusive beach resort, she glimpses an enigmatic young woman in a yellow bikini amidst the crowd of business suits. One step at a time, a mystery unravels as contradictory evidence, blurred truth and fragmented memories collide in a cottage on the windswept shores of Cape Cod.
* This production is co-sponsored by and presented at The Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center. For directions and more information, see below.
Wednesday, August 9 - 2:00 PM
Thursday, August 10 - 7:30 PM
Friday, August 11 - 7:30 PM
Saturday, August 12 - 2:00 PM
Saturday, August 12 - 7:30 PM
Written by Sharr White
Director: Kiera Gillock
Stage Manager: TBD
Lighting Designer: TBD
June 6 & 7, 2017 at 7:00 pm in the Wilson Carr Rehearsal Hall, at the Martin Campus of Shelton State Community College. (9500 Old Greensboro Road, Tuscaloosa, AL 35405)
Please have ready a one-minute monologue, and be prepared to read.
Juliana - A sharply charismatic scientist in her ealy fifties. Juliana's obviously fierce intelligence is both her greatest asset and her largest burden, having helped her carve a niche in a deeply competitive field infiltrated by brilliant minds, and yet bringing her a deep impatience and a drive not always understood by those around her.
Ian - Juliana's husband, early fifties, an oncologist.
The Woman - In her late twenties to early thirties, The Woman portrays: Dr. Cindy Teller, a neurobiologist; Laurel, Juliana and Ian's daughter; and a Woman.
The Man - In his late thirties, The Man portrays Richard Sillner, Juliana's old research partner, and Bobby, a nurse.
The Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center
The Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center (DWCAC) is located in the former Allen & Jemison Warehouse Co. building located on the corner of 7th Street and Greensboro Avenue on the same block as the Bama Theatre. The venue is managed by The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa, who are acting as co-presenters of this production.
The Grand Opening was on the anniversary of Dinah Washington’s Birthday, August 29, 2013. Dinah Washington was a jazz and blues vocalist and pianist born in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The “Queen of Blues” Washington has been cited as the most popular black female recording artist of the ‘50’s. She is a 1986 inductee of the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993.