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“             â€? Susan Glaspell in her memoir The Road to the Temple #$$#"(* $ '$" $'# $)"#$* " $' #$ "( &"$)# %#$$" "$( '#"' " %$$$ " &$ '" %"" % %$$!" " '&##'(' * $$*$# !#%"$)# %# "(#$'$"%(! $$%%#%$#%"'$" !" $#$# $ coast of Cape Cod. Just before 8.00pm on Thursday July 28, 1916, the wind changed to the north and the breeze locked the town in fog. Eugene O!Neill, a twenty-seven-year-old untried playwright, came to Provincetown the summer of 1916 looking for a stage. He found it perched on the waterfront, scruffy and salty, awaiting his debut. He knew from his theatrical experience with his father, the popular actor James O!Neill, that this setting was a natural one for his sea play. Bound East for Cardiff takes place mid-ocean in a cramped, noisome forecastle on a foggy night. O!Neill helped to direct the play, insisting on a minimum of props. And with a beginner!s luck, on premiere night the sea provided a bonus of special effects: $ '  "$"%##!#$$* " "#+ $ ""# " '! $ $# had found a new home. He stayed on in Provincetown for nine years, which became one of the most productive periods of his career. Only days before, Bound East had been read by the actor Frederick Burt for Provincetown's democratic caucus of bohemians. The taciturn, brooding O!Neill listened from the adjoining dining room. Approval was unanimous. Spontaneously the assemblage rushed to congratulate their new playwright. They knew immediately that O!Neill!s play was different; it was the breakthrough they had hoped for. Why this instantaneous approval of O!Neill? Most of the artists and writers present at this reading were familiar with the leading playwrights of Europe, Strindberg and Ibsen, whose work had inspired O!Neill. O!Neill had adopted the Europeans! melancholy and introspective themes to become "+# '! #$ ' $+  ""$#$" %$$'"$  # "# '#$)"#$$ $ $%"(+#$"#$)"#$$ #$$ '"##  "#$$)"#$"!('"$$ ' "# (# artist. Many of the innovative techniques that he later employed in his major dramas - poetic use of light and sound, dialect, dramatic narrative - had their beginnings in this germinal play, the one he selected for his premiere. In 1922 after he had won a Pulitzer Price for Beyond the Horizon, O!Neill recounted that in the winter of 1913 and 1914, he had written “eight one-act plays and two long plays. Of these Bound East for Cardiff and the Sea Plays [were the] only ones worth remembering.â€? The audience had witnessed a magic moment, a turning point in theatre history. All the memoirists in the audience, and there were many, talked and wrote about O'Neill's première and that “remarkable summerâ€? of 1916 in Provincetown. In September, before they left for subsequent successful seasons in New York City, they became a formal group, the Provincetown Players. Theatre history was being made on Lewis Wharf. But O'Neill decided even before that night that the theatre would be his whole life. Those who took part in the plays formed a loose vanguard directed toward a new American theatre that would break free from the hackneyed melodramas and frothy comedies of Broadway. Bound East and the Sea Plays were more than just a signal success - they introduced the man who would revolutionize the making of art for the American stage.


Cast Davis Freda Captain Mag Nick Yank Cocky Jack Scotty Ivan Olson Paul Smitty Kate Driscoll Joe

Jordan Bernarde Amanda Boxer Mark Carter Lauren Garnham Ashley George Carsten Hayes Gareth Kieran Jones Michael Norledge Chris O!Shea Kristian Phillips Raymond M Sage Vincent Santvoord Matthew Thomas Eva Traynor Matthew Travannion Eddie Webber

Creatives & Production Director Designer Lighting Designer Music and Sound Designer Costume Designer Movement Director Assistant Director Casting Director Producer Assistant to the Producer Marketing PR www.agpr.co.uk Company Stage Manager Assistant Stage Manager Production Electrician Costume Assistant Costume Dyer Lighting Technician Lighting Technician

Kenneth Hoyt Van Santvoord Emma Chapman Alex Baranowski Spyros Koskinas George Evans Rosalind Howes Lucy Taylor Joao De Sousa Bea Wilson Kym Bartlett Alex Gammie Kirsty Henderson Joe Gardner Josh Carr Katy Adeny Sharon Billingham Alex Johnson Ben Dodds


Cast: Jordan Bernarde | Davis Trained at The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Theatre credits include: The Passion (National Theatre of Wales/Wildworks); The Comedy of Errors (RSC); Measure for Measure (Clwyd Theatre Cymru); Two Princes (Clwyd Theatre Cymru); The Morning of the Two Lights (Clwyd Theatre Cymru); Muscle (ShocknAwe); Flyboys (ShocknAwe); Romeo and Juliet (Erasmus International Theatre); Hans (Creation Theatre); Rotten (Undeb); The Boy Who Killed John Hopper (Undeb); Fragments of Ash (Notional Theatre); A Tail of Two Dogs (Out of Order); Blasted/Saved (Volcano); Tortoise (DumbWise). Film credits Include: The Gospel of Us; Clobber; Watch Me; Resuscitation; Plastic Wolves; Road to Somewhere. TV credits Include: First Light (BBC/Lion TV); The Passion in Port Talbot (BBC); Mabel!s Story (S4C). Amanda Boxer | Freda Amanda!s theatre credits include: The Prisoner of Second Avenue (Vaudeville); The Graduate, The House of Bernarda Alba (Gielgud); A Touch of the Poet (Comedy); The Painter, Macbeth (Arcola); The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Almeida); The Destiny of Me, Many Roads to Paradise (Finborough); The Yiddish Queen Lear (Southwark Playhouse, Bridewell); The Strip, The Pain and the Itch (Royal Court); The Arab-Israeli Cookbook (Gate, Tricycle); Cling To Me Like Ivy (Birmingham Rep). Film and TV credits include: Silent Witness; Casualty; Doctors; Inspector Alleyn Mysteries; Miss Marple; Ruth Rendell; Bodies; Chalk; Cider With Rosie; Trial and Retribution; Saving Private Ryan; Les Poupees Russes and Together.

Mark Carter | Captain Training at Academy Drama School. Film and TV credits include: Prophecy of the Ram (Ikonic Films); White Elephant Films); Death Defying Acts (Zephyr Films Houdini Ltd); Supergrass (BBC); Extra Ordinary Rendition (Ultra Film); Bait (Agile Films); Lucky Twentie (Lucky Twentie Prods); The Stretch (Paul Knight Prod/Sky); London!s Burning (LWT); The Knock (Bronson/Knight Prod); The Bill (Thames TV); Heartbeat (Yorkshire TV); The Block (Channel 4); Words From My Father (Edenbridge Prod/Channel 4); Bishop!s Game (Kintyre Prod); A Twist of Faith (Marion Prod); Annie!s Bar (Ardent Prod/Channel 4); Strike (Pukka Films). Theatre credits include: Ghost Stories (Duke of York!s Theatre); An Inspector Calls (National Theatre/PW Prods); Billy Liar (Ambassador Theatre Group); Life of Galileo (BAC/Word Of Mouth); The Face at the Window (The Gatehouse); The Spanish Curate (Shakespeare!s Globe); The Roy Orbison Story (Bill Kenwright Ltd); PoeZest (Na Zabradli, Prague); The Sound of Fury (Bill Kenwright Ltd); The Tempest (Touchstone Theatre Co); Find Me (Indelible Theatre Co); The Three Musketeers (Dreammakers Ltd); Richard III (Curium Shakespeare Society); Hamlet (Academy Co); Silas Marner (Off The Shelf Theatre Co). Lauren Garnham | Mag Lauren trained at The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute, New York. Film credits include: Journalist (Welcome to the Punch); Childminder (Johnny English: Reborn); Jen (Making Ugly). Television credits include: Sally (Across the Pond). Theatre credits include: Hannah & Beth, California Suite (The Court Theatre, Tring); Ros, Henna Night (theSpaces on the Mile, Edinburgh); Claire, Proof (Queen Park Arts Centre, Aylesbury); Emilia, Othello!s Revenge (Gasteig Theatre, Germany European Tour); Phaidra, Hippolytus (Paphos Odeon, Cyprus); The Red Queen, Alice in Wonderland (Stage@Leeds); Landlady, Two


(Stage@Leeds); Narrator, Metaxi Alogon (Stage@Leeds); Lady Bracknell, The Importance of Being Earnest   Ashley George | Nick Ashley!s theatre credits include: Kate Tempest!s Wasted (Paines Plough/Roundhouse/Birmingham Rep UK Tour); Crystal Maze (New Arcola); Philip Ridley!s Untitled (Southwark Playhouse) and   (Riverside Studios and UK tour); Sing To Me Through Open Windows and Chains (Orange Tree Theatre); Deadlock (National Tour); The Picture of Dorian Gray (European Tour); Measure for Measure (Shakespeare!s Globe) and The Tooth of Crime (Contact Theatre, Manchester). Film and TV credits include: Harry Brown; Peep Show; Above Suspicion: Deadly Intent; Law & Order UK; Wire in the Blood; The Bill; No Hats No Trainers; Doctors;       and Holby City. Carsten Hayes | Yank Carsten is delighted to again be working with Ken Hoyt, and to be part of this wonderful production of O!Neill!s Sea Plays in the Old Vic!s entrancing new venue. His previous theatrical engagements have ranged from the Fringe to the West End, as well as spells at Glasgow!s Citizens Theatre and national tours. TV appearances include: Waking the Dead; Spooks; Red Cap and The Quatermass Experiment     V for Vendetta and recently Sherlock Holmes 2. Carsten graduated from the Oxford School of Drama. Gareth Kieran Jones | Cocky Gareth!s theatre credits include: Every Coin (Soho Theatre); Sixty Six Books (The Bush Theatre); Snap Catch Slam (The Pleasance Courtyard). Film and TV credits include: L8R (Bafta Award Winner); Arrows of Desire; The Bill; Blood & Chips and Still Moving       Gardner Management.

Micheal Norledge | Jack Michael trained at Webber Douglas where his roles included: Medvedenko in The Seagull; Richard in Hayfever and Noel in Golden Girls. Theatre credits include: Lactose Intolerable (Old Red Lion); The Trip to Bountiful (Courtyard); The Druid!s Rest (Finborough) and The Posioner!s Tale (White Bear). Chris O!Shea | Scotty Chris trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama, graduating in 2009. His theatre credits include: Aristocrats (An GrianĂĄn Theatre); Mrs Warren!s Profession (Comedy Theatre); A Time of War (Roundhouse Theatre); And the Little One Said (Cock Tavern Theatre); Out of the Sun (Hen & Chickens Theatre); Twelfth Night (Zoo venue, Edinburgh) and Journey!s End (EUTCo). His screen credits include: Treacle Junior (Jaime Thraves); College Party (Royal College of Art) and Highway Patrolman (Mike Rendell). Kristian Philips | Ivan Kristian graduated from The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in July 2009. Since graduating his theatre credits include: Aladdin (Bath Theatre Royal); The Tempest (international tour); Crazy Gary!s Mobile Disco (The Tron, Glasgow and Trav 2, Edinburgh); The Passion alongside Michael Sheen and Kneehigh director Bill Mitchell. Raymond M Sage | Olson Raymond!s theatre credits include: The Trip to Bountiful (Courtyard Theatre); broadway and national tours of Titanic, Beauty and the Beast, Camelot; regional tours of “1776â€?, The Sound of Music, The Alchemist, The Dining Room, Great Expectations, Man of La Mancha, The Apple Tree, A Little Night Music, Much Ado About Nothing, Postcards from Morocco, The Marriage of Figaro, Oklahoma, Parade, Take Me America (world premiere), Cyber


(world premiere) and Lost in Translation (world premiere). Raymond has taught at New York University, The Julliard School and Trinity College. Raymond is currently a faculty member at Penn State University and Artistic Director of the Penn State NU Musical Theatre Festival. Vincent Santvoord | Paul Vincent studied at Tisch School of the Arts, New York University and LaGuardia High School at Lincoln Centre. He is Associate Artistic Director of Built for Collapse and a founding member of Motel Room Studios. Vincent!s theatre credits include: Nuclear Love Affair (Ars Nova,Theater for the New City, The Tank, East River Amphitheater); House (Brooklyn Lyceum) and Hamlet (Galapagos Art Space). Film credits include: The Giant (dir. David Raboy) and Joyeux Bordel (dir. Sophie Tabet). Matthew Thomas | Smitty Theatre credits include work for: Shared Experience; Hull Truck; Kneehigh; Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory. Rep credits include: West Yorkshire Playhouse; Bristol Old Vic; Bolton Octagon; Exeter Northcote; Stratford Shakespeare Festival; Finborough; Old Red Lion. TV credits includes: Spooks, BBC; Afterlife, ITV; Never Never, Channel 4 and numerous BBC Radio dramas. Eva Traynor | Kate Eva recently graduated from RADA where roles included: Lorraine in A Lie of the Mind; Sarah in Company; Monica Reed in Present Laughter; Bianca in Women Beware Women; Electra in Hamlet; Nina in The Seagull; Miss Julie       Cheerful Weather for the Wedding (Cheerful Weather Ltd) and This September (Gate TV). Radio credits include Voices from the Old Bailey, series 2 (BBC Radio 4).The Sea Plays are her professional stage debut.

Matt Trevannion | Driscoll Recent theatre credits include: Hamlet (Young Vic); Love Steals us from Loneliness (National Theatre Wales) and @Virtually_Real (Roundhouse, Assembly Rooms). Matthew!s debut play as a writer, Bruised, is being produced in May 2012 at Theatre Clywd, directed By Kate Wasserberg. Eddie Webber | Joe Eddie!s theatre credits include: The Graft (Stratford East Royal); The Dumb Waiter; Inside the Firm (Edinburgh, Publican); Gold of Lies and A Respectable Wedding (London Bubble). Film and TV credits include: The Shadows; The Firm; Slave; The Business; It!s a Free World; Man and Boy; Shifty; Cass; Oh Marbella; Svengali; Doc Martin; The Bill; Inspector Morse; A Class Act and Lock Stock.


Creatives: Kenneth Hoyt | Director Kenneth Hoyt founded the Provincetown Repertory Theatre where he served as Artistic Director for ten years. Regionally and at the REP his directing credits include: Orpheus Descending; The Tempest; That Said in Jest (an evening of new shorts by Craig Lucas); The Hairy Ape and Zelda, Scott and Ernest starring Norman Mailer and George Plimpton. He worked at San Diego!s Old Globe Theatre as Assistant Director to Jack O!Brien and Mark Lamos. In 1997 the Provincetown REP began their capital campaign to build a new theatre for Provincetown (the playhouse being lost to arson in 1971) and in 2003 the Provincetown Theatre was opened to the public. Last year he directed the UK premiere of Horton Foote!s The Trip to Bountiful at London!s Courtyard Theatre. Van Santvoord | Designer Theatre credits include: War, Finer Noble Gases, Vick!s Boy, Ascendancy, Suburban Motel, Volunteer Man and Carpool (Rattlestick Theatre); Johnny Guitar (Century Centre); Galileo (Skirball Centre); The Winter!s Tale (Milwaukee Shakespeare); Havana Under the Sea, Nuyorican Stories, Mystery of the Rose Bouquet, The House of Bernarda Alba and In the Land of Giants (INTAR); The Ecstacy of Lucy and The Caucasian Chalk Circle (HERE); Burn This and A Few Good Men (Syracuse Stage); Hughie, The Mineola Twins, The Children!s Hour, Lonely Planet and O!Neill !80 (Provincetown Repertory Theatre); Man and Superman, Sweeney Todd, Falsettos and Camelot (Hangar Theatre); The Threepenny Opera (Connecticut Grand Opera). Opera credits include: The Barber of Seville, The Marriage of

Figaro, The Midnight Angel, Tartuffe, Little Women, Don Giovanni, The Turn of the Screw and Don Pasquale (Skylight Opera); Terra Incognita (Women!s Project). Emma Chapman | Lighting Designer Emma trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Emma!s theatre credits includes: Dublin Carol (Donmar Trafalgar); Dick Whittington (Bury St Edmunds): One Day When We Were Young, Lungs, The Sound of Heavy Rain and       (Paines Plough); Coasting (Bristol Old Vic); Rose (Edinburgh Festival); CosĂ­ Fan Tutte (RCM); The Machine Gunners (Polka); Bus Stop (Stoke/ Scarborough); The Painter, Prairie du Chien and Lakeboat (Arcola); Carmen (Royal Northern College); Wet Weather Cover (King!s Head/Arts Theatre); The Maddening Rain (Old Red Lion/ tour/New York); You Can See the Hills (Royal Exchange /Young Vic); The Mountaintop (Trafalgar) and Lulu (Gate). Alex Baranowski | Music & Sound Designer Alex Baranowski is a 2005 graduate of Paul McCartney!s LIPA. At the National Theatre his work has included Nicholas Hytner!s Hamlet, Rupert Goold!s Earthquakes in London and Danny Boyle!s Frankenstein, the latter working with electro duo Underworld. Both Hamlet and Frankenstein were broadcast live as part of NT Live. Other recent theatre has included Salt, Root and Roe (Donmar); Othello

    The Merchant of Venice (with Adam Cork, RSC) and Faith Machine (Royal Court). Music for dance includes Ballet Black at the Royal Opera House and 2Faced Dance!s In The Dust. Films credits include: McCullin, NFA and Made in England. www.alexbaranowski.co.uk Spyros Koskinas | Costume Designer Spyros studied at the Vacalo School of Art, Athens, then Theatre Design at Croydon College of Art, Central School of Art & Design and The Slade School of Art in London. Opera credits include: I


Puritani (Haddo House, Aberdeen); Magic Flute (Bochumer Symphonker, Bochum, Germany and in Spain); The Valkyrie for Newbury Festival; Carmen for Chelmsford Festival; La Belle Helene for Royal Academy London; Lost in the Stars for Brighton Festival. Theatre credits include: The Jewish Wife for Essex University; Matilda for Creanga Theatre Bucharest Romania; Don Camillo (Hellenic Centre London); Sacura (Polytechnic Theatre Athens); Sally Burgess! Women (Lyric Hammersmith); The Parade (Lab-Chelsea Centre Theatre, London); My Darling Oua Oua (Hellenic Centre, London); Diary of a Madman, In the Solitude of Cotton Meadows (South Theatre, Athens) and The Red Lanterns (Mermaid Theatre London). Ballet credits include: Wanting Running Running, Sadler!s Wells Theatre London for RBS; This is what you get, Dance Umbrella, The Space and Laban, London. Film and TV credits include: Memory Man; Last Days of a Condemned and Man Family Viewing for Halham  " #Time and Space, Exhibition of British Theatre Designers. George Evans | Movement Director George is an actor and movement director. Having previously trained in physical theatre, he is currently training at the Central School of Speech and Drama. Acting credits include: Babes in the Wood, Wind in the Willows, Romeo and Juliet, Narcissus and Echo and Samson and Delilah (Bristol Old Vic); Macbeth and As I Lay Dying (Central School of Speech and Drama). Movement direction credits include Swarm !  # credits include Richard II (The Cooperative British Youth Film Academy). George has more projects lined up, continuing to work as both actor and movement director. Rosalind Howes | Assistant Director Rosalind has recently graduated from Newcastle University with a degree in Environmental Science. As a student she performed

in university productions of Rent, Spring Awakening and Cabaret, and stage-managed Whistle Down the Wind. Since graduating she has worked at Arcola Theatre undertaking a sustainability project and at The Old Vic Tunnels where she is currently a Stage Door Keeper. Joao De Sousa | Producer

"!# #Coolbox. He!s worked as assistant director on The Old Masters (Long Wharf Theatre, USA); Mrs Warren!s Profession (Theatre Royal Bath and Comedy Theatre, London) and Berlin Hanover Express (Hampstead Theatre). He has also assistant directed Not About Heroes (New York); Words Upon the Windowpane and Purgatory (Washington D.C.). Joao has assisted the #The Golden Compass and When Did You Last See Your Father?. Acting credits include: The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd and Hamlet (Leicester Haymarket, Old Vic and world tour) and Waiting For Lefty (Old Red Lion). USA credits include: Relatively Speaking, Bloomdsday on Broadway, Come into the Garden Maud, Song at Twilight, Bartleby the Scrivener, Not About Heroes, Much Ado About Nothing, A Midsummer Night!s Dream, Hamlet (directed by Lindsay Anderson), The Dumb Waiter, Purgatory, Season!s Greetings, Henry V, Agamemnon, Roberto Zucco, Precious Bane, Penguin Blues, Thank You Jeeves, The Maid!s Tragedy#The Golden Compass. Radio credits include: Leaves of Grass, Pride and Prejudice, Ulysses and Shooting an Elephant. Joao trained as an actor at The Drama Centre. Lucy Taylor | Casting Director As casting director theatre credits includes: Faith, Hope & Charity (Southwark Playhouse). As casting assistant: Hamlet, I Am the Wind, Sweet Nothings, Electra and Amazonia (Young Vic); Betrayal and The Children!s Hour (West End); Judgement Day (Almeida);


The Passion, The Village Social, The Dark Philosophers, The Devil Inside Him and Love Steals us from Loneliness (National Theatre Wales); The Vertical Hour, The City, Free Outgoing and Scarborough (Royal Court) and work for Kneehigh; Shared Experience; The Orange Tree, Richmond; The Opera Group; !       credits include: Above Suspicion (La Plante/ITV); the BAFTA Award-winning Occupation, Lennon Naked, Prisoners! Wives (BBC) and Resistance. Kym Bartlett | Marketing Kym has been working in arts marketing and communications for 15 years. Her work encompasses the commercial and subsidised sectors in regional and London venues with recent and current clients including the Barbican, Royal Court West End, Headlong Theatre and Ambassador Theatre Group. Most recently she was Head of Communications at London!s Royal Court Theatre from 2007-2011 under the artistic directorship of Dominic Cooke. Prior to this Kym was a freelance marketing and press consultant for a diverse range of art forms. Her earlier roles include Marketing Manager at Ambassador Theatre Group and Account Manager at Feref Associates, a West End design agency. Bea Wilson | Assistant to the Producer Bea Wilson graduated from Camberwell College of Arts in June 2011. Since then she has been pursuing a career in the arts working on a variety of projects and exhibitions. Alex Gammie | Press Representative Alex is a freelance theatre publicist who has worked for numerous companies and theatres in London, on tour and at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for the past fourteen years. Clients have included The Bush Theatre, Kneehigh Theatre, Unlimited, Scamp Theatre

and Tara Arts, as well as work for Arthur Leone PR and Guy Chapman Associates. Prior to this Alex was Press and Marketing Manager at the Bush Theatre, worked on The Peter Hall Company season at the Old Vic and was the producer of Black Box Theatre, !   

Production: Kirsty Henderson | Company Stage Manager Since training at the Central School of Speech and Drama, Kirsty has Stage Managed for the RSC, The National Youth Theatre, The Old Vic New Voices and The Hampstead Theatre. Other theatre credits include: Synergy!s Convictions (Soho Theatre) and their tour of Holloway Jones; Creation!s Arabian Nights and the No 1 UK tour of Stepping Out. Kirsty travels the country as a Tour Manager for Remarkable Productions, Millennium Dance and Nutkhut, taking shows to Arts Festivals throughout the Summer. Production Management roles include Block9 at Glastonbury; Lovebox; Edinburgh Festival; The Mayors Thames Festival and Heart n Soul Clubs. Kirsty has taken on many other Production roles at LED Fest, Underage, Felid Day, Greenwich and Dockland Festivals, The London Mela, Liberty and Greenwich World Cultural Festival. Katy Adeney | Costume Assistant Katy graduated from Central School of Speech and Drama in 2008 with a BA Hons in Costume Construction. Since then she has been working as a costume maker, supervisor and wardrobe misstress. Katy has had the privelege of working with Dance Umbrella (Royal Albert Hall), English National Ballet (Royal Albert


Hall and London Colliseum), Piaf (Donmar Warehouse), Monkey Journey to the West (London O2), Ghost Stories (Duke of York); English Touring Opera (UK Tour) as well as many more and is very excited to be working on the production of the Sea Plays.

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