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Subseries 16. 2012 Season

Section: In the Next Room, or The Vibrator Play

Scope and Content Notes:

The play In the Next Room or The Vibrator Play was written by Sarah Ruhl, and directed by Alan Stanford in a run from April 19-May 5, 2012, at the Charity Randall Theatre. AEA members involved include: Jessica Frances Dukes, Brad Heberlee, Melinda Helfrich, Megan McDermott, Philip Winters, and Cory Goddard.

Please note that the recording of this production cannot be viewed until a user copy is created.

Folder 11 Program
Folder 12 Video recording (2.0 videos; Digital video cassette)

Section: The Pitmen Painters, June 2012

Scope and Content Notes:

The Pitmen Painters was written by Lee Hall, and inspired by the book written by William Feaver. The Pittsburgh premiere production was directed by Andrew S. Paul from May 31 - June 23, 2012 at the Henry Heymann Theatre. AEA members involved include Brad Heberlee, Simon Bradbury, Daryll Heysham, Alan Stanford, Larry John Meyers, Linda Kimbrough, and Cory Goddard.

Please note that the recording of this production cannot be viewed until a user copy is created.


Box 20
Folder 1 Program
Folder 2 Video recording, June 3, 2012 (2.0 videos; Digital video cassette)

Section: Chekhov Celebration, August 2012

Scope and Content Notes:

A Chekhov celebration was a part of PICT's 2012 season. Titled Tragedian In Spite of Himself: A Celebration of the Life and Theatre of Anton Chekhov was performed July 19 - August 26, 2012 at the Charity Randall and Henry Heymann theatres. The plays performed were Three Sisters, directed by Harriet Power, Tom Stoppard's new English version of Ivanov directed by Andrew S. Paul, Brian Friel's The Yalta Game and Afterplay directed by Alan Stanford, and the Chekhov short plays and vaudevilles The Bear, The Proposal, Swan Song, Drama, and On the Evils of Tobacco. AEA members involved in the productions include Christian Conn, Matt DeCaro, Joseph Domencic, Nike Doukas, James FitzGerald, Martin Giles, Cory Goddard, Robert Haley, Leo Marks, Megan McDermott, Allison McLemore, Larry John Meyers, Joanna Obuzor, Helena Ruoti, Alan Stanford, Vera Varlamov, Jonathan Visser, David Whalen, and Terry Wickline.

Please note that the recording of this production cannot be viewed until a user copy is created.

Folder 3 Program
Folder 4 Video recording - After Chekhov, August 26, 2012 (1.0 video; Digital video cassette)

Folder 5 Video recording - Funny Chekhov, August 25, 2012 (1.0 video; Digital video cassette)

Folder 6 Video recording - Ivanov, August 25, 2012 (2.0 videos; Digital video cassette)

The play Ivanov was written by Anton Chekhov and adapted by Tom Stoppard. It was directed by Andrew Paul as part of the Chekhov Celebration from July 19 - August 26, 2012, in the Charity Randall and Henry Heymann Theatres. AEA members involved include: David Whalen, Nike Doukas, Alan Stanford, Matt DeCaro, Leo Marks, James FitzGerald, Martin Giles, Helena Ruoti, Megan McDermott, Jonathan Visser, Terry Wickline, Robert Haley, Joe Domencic, and Joanna Obuzor.

Folder 7 Video recording - Three Sisters, August 26, 2012 (2.0 videos; Digital video cassette)

The play Three Sisters was written by Anton Chekhov, and translated by Paul Schmidt. It was directed by Harriet Power in a run that was part of the Chekhov Celebration, which ran July 19-August 26, 2012, at the Charity Randall and Henry Heymann Theatres. AEA members involved include: Christian Conn, Nike Doukas, Allison McLemore, Vera Varlamov, Megan McDermott, Joseph Domencic, David Whalen, Leo Marks, Jonathan Visser, Larry John Meyers, Robert Haley, and Cory Goddard.

Section: The School for Lies

Scope and Content Notes:

The School for Lies was written by David Ives and is a free adaptation of Moliere's The Misanthrope. It was directed by Andrew S. Paul in a run from November 29 - December 15, 2012, at the Charity Randall Theatre. AEA members involved include Leo Marks, Nike Doukas, Robin Abramson, Joel Ripka, Helena Ruoti, James FitzGerald, Martin Giles, Ben Blazer, Matt DeCaro, and Cory Goddard.

Please note that the recording of this production cannot be viewed until a user copy is created.

Folder 8 Program
Folder 9 Video recording (2.0 videos; Digital video cassette)