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*There will be a talkback with Prof. Miriam Gilbert and the cast following the 2:oopm performance on 12/3. The approximate start time is 4pm. You do not need to attend that day’s performance to attend the talkback.
** There will be a talkback with Juliana Frey-Méndez (Director), Kaelen Novak (Scenic and Porjection Designer) and others about the design process, following the 7:30pm performance on 12/9. The approximate start time is 9:30pm. You do not need to attend that evening’s performance to attend the talkback.
Director – Juliana Frey-Méndez
Scenic Designer – Kaelen Novak
Costume Designer – Jenny Nutting Kelchen
Lighting Designer – Jim Vogt
Sound Designer – Dakota Parobek
Props Designer – Stephen Polchert
Intimacy Coordinator – Carrie Pozdol
Dramaturg – Sara Ashbaugh
Stage Manager – Faith Harlow
Assistant Stage Manager – Zhenya Loughney
Board Operator – Jeni Tucker
Master Electrician – Haven Haywood
Riverside Theatre, 119 E. College Street
by Jordi Mand
Directed by Juliana Frey-Méndez
November 30 – December 10, 2023 at Riverside Theatre
Producing Sponsors Robert E. Yager Charitable Trust
Evening Sponsor Lois Cox
Synopsis: A beautiful intersection of art and family: the story of the three Brontë sisters: Charlotte, Emily, and Anne during the period in which they wrote masterpieces such as Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights, and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall. In moments of personal and financial struggle, with their reverend father sick and their brother wasting away, they learn to trust the stories within them. But, as ambitious women in the 1800s, their pioneering literary careers do not come without costs. This play premiered at the Stratford Festival In Canada in 2018 and will be receiving its American Premiere at Riverside Theatre.
Charlotte: Katie Gucik
Emily: Lauren Baker
Anne: Mackenzie Elsbecker