February 14 - 23, 2020
by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee
directed by Bethe Ensey
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*Free pre-show discussion, “The Circus That Would Have Made Charles Darwin Roll in His Grave,” by Dr. Erik Peterson, Feb. 20 at 6:30 p.m. in the Recital Hall (Room 1920) on the Martin Campus of Shelton State Community College.
Creation or evolution? Faith or Science? These are the issues on trial in one of the greatest dramas of the 20th Century. Based on the events of the famous Scopes Monkey Trials, Inherit the Wind pits two hot-shot lawyers against one another as the state prosecutes a teacher for discussing the theory of evolution in the classroom.
Playwrights - Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee
Director – Bethe Ensey
Scenic Design – Jameson Sanford
Costume Design – Jeanette Waterman
Lighting Design – Jacob Olson
Stage Manager – Ian Adkins
Sound Design – Wheeler Kincaid
Mr. Goodfellow – William P. Aldridge
Mrs. McCain – Sarah Kathryn Bonds
Mrs. Krebs – Carol DeVelice
Tom Davenport – Scott Frazier
Mrs. Blair – Melissa Grantham
Dunlap/Radio Man – John Hammontree
Rachel Brown – Kelsey Handley
Rev. Jeremiah Brown – Glen Johnson
Bertram Cates – Josh Kauffman
Melinda – Rory Kauffman
Meeker – Michael Norton
Judge – Ronald T. Olivet
Matthew Harrison Brady – Charles Prosser
Elijah – Taril Slater
Mayor – George Thagard
Mrs. Brady – Jenny Ryan
Mrs. Loomis – LaQuenteshia "Teshia" Whitfield
Henry Drummond – Jeff Wilson
E. K. Hornbeck – Gary Wise
Mr. Bannister – Wescott Youngson
Sillers – Ernie Turley
Photographer/Reuters Man – Mac Hackney, III
Hot Dog Man – Carson Silas
Howard – Brody Lynn
Timmy – Carson Grantham
Have some students you want to bring? There is a special school matinee performance for this show! Click here for more details.
Thursday, February 20 @ 7:30 p.m. *Free pre-show discussion, “The Circus That Would Have Made Charles Darwin Roll in His Grave,” by Dr. Erik Peterson, Feb. 20 at 6:30 p.m. in the Recital Hall (Room 1920) on the Martin Campus of Shelton State Community College.
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