Valdosta Daily Times

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November 8, 2012

The Would-Be Gentleman

VSU Theatre finds the timeless wit of Moliere


VALDOSTA — THE CAST: Will Stanley, Carlie Johnson, Leigha Witt, Sarah Beth Moseley, Ethan Parker, Chance Wall, Emmanuel Davis, Ashley Anderson, Josh Barcol, Maxwell Swangel, Larren Woodward, Mike Burson, Marie Harper, Andrew Ritfeld, Dennis May, Jake Martishius, Michael McClain, Blake Fountain, Michael Morgan, Tess Buis, Melanie Harkness, Elie Siegel, Casey Sams, Chae Loveland, Rishik Patel, John Timmers, Donovan Campbell, Tyrell Ruffin, Parish Morgan.

DIRECTION, PRODUCTION: Jacque Wheeler, director, choreographer; Dr. Christopher Bailey, original music; Ruth Brandvik, scenic and lighting design; Esther Iverson, costume design; Michael Driggers, technical director; Leslie Kirby, stage manager; Karl Wildman, vocal coach; Abby Vincent and Genna Kasun, assistant stage managers; Sarah Beth Moseley, fight choreographer/fight master; John Timmers, step choreography; Matthew Moran, sound design/engineer; Elie Siegel, assistant lighting design; Ryan Ponsell, assistant technical director; Patrice Trower, assistant costume designer; Dorothy Barnes, draper; Genna Kasun, master electrician; Rebecca Morris, master carpenter; Christa Bynum, properties master; Rebecca Morris, light board operator; Melanie Harkness, paint charge; Kathy Raess-Young, costume shop supervisor; Ryan Ponsell, Elie Siegel, Rebecca Morris, and Genna Kasun, scene shop assistants; Patrice Trower and Rebecca Huguet, costume shop assistants; THEA 2750 and THEA 3720A and 3720B, scene construction crew; THEA 3720C, costume construction crew; Caleb Spivey, box office manager; Asia Johnson and Amanda Markham, house managers

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