MAD COW THEATRE
is founded on the belief that the Theatre is a dynamic and powerful means of social understanding, as well as a hugely entertaining art form. Through the combination of passionate, skillful acting and compelling, insightful writing, nurtured by an attentive and ever-changing process, Mad Cow presents entertaining works of Theatre to an ever-widening audienceâ€“promoting, enhancing and celebrating the human condition through art. Mad Cow Theatre is supported in part with public funds from United Arts of Central Florida, Inc.; The State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs; The Florida Arts Council, The National Endowment for the Arts; The Downtown Development Board; and Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs. A Great Nation Deserves Great Art! Mad Cow Theatre is a 501(c) (3) organization and welcomes all donations including funds, materials, time and goodwill. We are especially delighted when audience members bring others to share the theatrical experience. 2
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Mad Cow Theatre has forged many alliances and made many friends. This endeavor would not be possible without the generous spirit, passion and goodwill of the following individuals and organizations. A VERY SPECIAL THANK YOU
The Arts and Cultural Alliance of Central Florida The Red Chair Project Orlando Arts Getaway Orlando Ballet Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra Orlando Repertory Theatre 54/55 West LLC The New School Tom Hurst Elizabeth Dean Michael Marinaccio Peg Oâ€™Keef Janine Papin Katrina Ploof All the Cows in the Pasture
MAD COW THEATRE STAGE LEFT PRESENTS
CIRCLE MIRROR TRANSFORMATION By
ANNIE BAKER Sponsored by HARRIETT LAKE Featuring
JAY T. BECKER* JOLIE HART REBEKAH LANE MARK EDWARD SMITH MARTY STONEROCK Costume Design
JOHN VALINES Stage Manager ALI BRAUN Director
MICHAEL MARINACCIO Circle Mirror Transformation is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York. *Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers, appearing under a special agreement with Actors’ Equity Association.
CAST OF CHARACTERS Marty................................................. James................................................. Shultz................................................. Theresa.............................................. Lauren................................................
Marty Stonerock Mark Edward Smith Jay T. Becker Rebekah Lane Jolie Hart
SETTING A dance studio in Shirley, Vermont. Summertime.
PRODUCTION TEAM Properties........................................... Sam Hazell Scenic Consultant................................ Lilly Hastings Production Assistant............................ Bailey Godfrey
Circle Mirror Transformation is performed with no intermission. Out of respect for the audience and the artists, patrons who leave the theatre during the performance will not be re-admitted. We regret there is no late seating once the performance has begun. There is no photography, video or recording of this performance allowed. 4
ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT Annie Baker grew up in Amherst, Massachusetts. Her full-length plays include Body Awareness (Atlantic Theater Company, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle nominations for Best Play/Emerging Playwright), Circle Mirror Transformation (Playwrights Horizons, OBIE Award for Best New American Play, Drama Desk nomination for Best Play), The Aliens (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, OBIE Award for Best New American Play), and Nocturama. Her work has also been developed and produced at New York Theatre Workshop, MCC, Soho Rep, the Orchard Project, the Ontological-Hysteric, Ars Nova, the Huntington, South Coast Rep, the Magic Theater, the Cape Cod Theatre Project, the Bay Area Playwrights Festival, and the Sundance Institute Theatre Lab in Utah and Ucross, Wyoming. Annie is a member of New Dramatists, MCC’s Playwrights Coalition, and EST, and an alumna of Youngblood, Ars Nova’s Play Group, and the Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab. Recent honors include a New York Drama Critics Circle Special Citation, a Susan Smith Blackburn Prize nomination, a Time Warner Storytelling Fellowship, a MacDowell Fellowship, and commissions from Center Theatre Group and Playwrights Horizons. MFA, Mac Wellman’s playwriting program at Brooklyn College.
Community Giving Night
Since 1981, Florida Alliance for Arts Education (FAAE) has united educators, artists, community leaders, concerned citizens, arts education organizations, arts institutions and corporate partners to ensure Florida’s students a complete education that includes the arts. Through the arts, the quality of life for all Floridians is improved and enhanced. 20% of the single-ticket proceeds from the March 24th performance of Circle Mirror Transformation benefits Florida Alliance for Arts Education.
To learn more about our organization, please visit www.faae.org.
CIRCLE MIRROR TRANSFORMATION Jay T. Becker (Schultz) has been involved in the Central Florida Theatre scene for the last 20 years, and been with Mad Cow since it’s inception. Most recently, he acted as Assistant Director in last season’s productions of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead as well as Shipwrecked! An Entertainment and was last seen onstage in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. This marks Jay’s 24th production with the Cows. He can also be seen at all the theme parks in the area. Thanks to Mike and Mitzi and the entire cast and crew. And especially to Nikki for being the best part of his life. Lobe. Jolie Hart (Lauren) is beyond thrilled to be making her Mad Cow debut in Circle Mirror Transformation! A soon-to-be UCF graduate, her favorite past theater credits include Peter Pan, You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown, My Illustrious Wasteland (Original Cast/Beth Marshall Presents), Hair (SSC), and Assassins (SSC). She has also participated in Orlando Fringe, Playfest, and is the lead singer in the local Orlando alt-rock band, Backstage Romance. Immense thanks go out to Mike, Tod, and her amazing family and friends who, through it all, support her unconditionally. Rebekah Lane (Theresa) is a master of many trades. She is a performer, puppeteer, grant writer, and program manager for MicheLee Puppets. She also teaches public speaking at UCF. Rebekah toured the state for three years with the EXTREME Health Challenge as a game show host. Most recently you’ve seen Rebekah as Susan in Company and in the Ensemble of Mad Cow’s Sweeney Todd. She is thrilled to continue her work with The Herd! Michael Marinaccio (Director) has been performing with Mad Cow Since it’s debut season in 1998, when he played Hally in Master Harold... and the Boys. Since then, he has become a regular in the pasture, as an actor, teacher, and most recently as a director for I Have Before Me A Remarkable Document Given To Me By A Young Lady From Rwanda, Love Song, and The Heiress. His 12 total Mad Cow credits include Mary’s Wedding, Pericles, The Heidi Chronicles, and G.B. Shaw’s Candida and Major Barbara. Michael is a graduate of UCF with a BFA in Theatre Performance, and has studied in New York with Tony Award winner Betty Buckley. Erin Miner (Lighting Design) Circle Mirror Transformation marks Erin’s 52nd show with Mad Cow Theatre. She is very excited to be working with Michael again. When not wandering the pastures of Mad Cow, she can be found in the fields of Apopka High School as a drama teacher. Mark Edward Smith (James) has been a part of Mad Cow Theatre since our very first season, starting with Blithe Spirit (where he also played husband to Marty Stonerock). He has been seen in over a dozen productions on our various stages in our various homes, most recently appearing as Dr. Sloper in The Heiress. 6
CIRCLE MIRROR TRANSFORMATION CONTINUED Marty Stonerock (Marty) has been with Mad Cow since Season 1 and this marks her 12th production in the pasture! Past Mad Cow credits are: Superior Donuts, Blithe Spirit, On the Verge, The Cherry Orchard, Anton in Show Business, Les Liasons Dangereuses, Arcadia, Humble Boy, Present Laughter, The Seagull & Major Barbara. Elsewhere in Central Florida she has performed at Bay Street Players, Play The Moment, Empty Spaces, and The Ice House. Marty has studied in NYC (Atlantic Theater, New Actor’s Workshop) but frankly found her 11 years as an ICU nurse the best lab to observe human behavior. Bob and Chelsea: “I love you deeply.” Grayson Tate (Costume Design) is joining Mad Cow for her third production. Grayson graduated from Auburn University with her Bachelors in Science in Apparel Merchandising, Design, and Production Management. She is Costume Shop Manager at the Orlando REP. John Valines (Audio Design) is the 6th member and “Sound Guy” for Toxic Audio who won the Drama Desk award in 2004 during their off-Broadway run. He’s also currently the Technical Director for Sak Comedy Lab. John has had the pleasure of working with Stages Repertory, the Colorado Festival of World Theatre, Orlando Fringe, Florida Studio Theatre, The Orlando REP, Impact Productions and the Orlando Shakespeare Theatre. John also hosts the popular podcast, Radio Rickshaw for rickshawboy.com. Actors’ Equity Association (AEA) was founded in 1913 as the first of the American actor unions. Equity’s mission is to advance, promote and foster the art of the live theatre as an essential component of our society. Today, Equity represents more than 40,000 actors, singers, dancers and stage managers working in hundreds of theatres across the United States. Equity members are dedicated to working in the theatre as a profession, upholding the highest artistic standards. Equity negotiates wages and working conditions and provides a wide range of benefits including health and pension plans for its members. Through its agreement with Equity, this theatre has committed to the fair treatment of the actors and stage managers employed in this production. AEA is a member of the AFLCIO and is affiliated with FIA, an international organization of performing arts unions. For more information, visit www.actorsequity.org.
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The City of Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and the Orlando City Council
MAD COW THEATRE STAGE RIGHT PRESENTS
FREUD’S LAST SESSION By
MARK St. GERMAIN Suggested by The Question of God by Dr. Armand M. Nicholi, Jr.
STEVEN LANE* TERRY WELLS* Costume Design
PALM BEACH DRAMAWORKS Director RICK STANLEY
Originally produced at Barrington Stage Company, Pittsfield, MA, Julianne Boyd, Artistic Director; Richard M. Parison, Jr., Producing Director. Off-Broadway Production produced by Carolyn Rossi Copeland, Robert Stillman and Jack Thomas Freud’s Last Session is produced with a special arrangement with Dramatist’s Play Service, Inc., New York. *Members of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers, appearing under a special agreement with Actors’ Equity Association. Special Thanks to Palm Beach Dramaworks.
CAST OF CHARACTERS Sigmund Freud................................... Terry Wells C.S. Lewis........................................... Steven Lane
SETTING Freudâ€™s Study 20 Maresfield Gardens Hampstead, NW London
TIME September 3, 1939
PRODUCTION TEAM Sound Engineer.................................. Scenic Coordinator.............................. Scenic Construction............................. Scenic Painting................................... Production Assistant............................
John Valines Sam Hazell Palm Beach Dramaworks Lilly Hastings Bailey Godfrey
Freudâ€™s Last Session is performed with no intermission. Out of respect for the audience and the artists, patrons who leave the theatre during the performance will not be re-admitted. We regret there is no late seating once the performance has begun. There is no photography, video or recording of this performance allowed. 10
FREUD’S VIEWS ON RELIGION Throughout his life Freud grappled with the problem of mythology, spiritual feeling, religious institutions and the basis of morality. His writing on the subject is only half the story. Many of the antiquities he collected are religious objects of one sort or another, intended to pacify the gods with which men have surrounded their lives, or to ensure immortality in another life. His collection of Rennaissance prints and photographs brought back from ‘pilgrimages’ to Italy, are testament to a deep and abiding fascination with the Catholic faith he often denounced as ‘the enemy’. Freud must have been impressed by the universal nature of religious phenomena, being on the interface between the biological and social realms. No doubt he suspected that religion, like literature, articulated in a disguised way some of the psychological truths he discovered in his own work. It could even be argued that the confrontation with religion was a spur to the development of psychoanalysis itself: “In point of fact I believe that a large part of the mythological view of the world, which extends a long way into the most modern religions, is nothing but psychology projected into the external world. The obscure recognition... of psychical factors and relations in the unconscious is mirrored - it is difficult to express it in other terms, and here the analogy with paranoia must come to our aid - in the construction of a supernatural reality, which is destined to be changed back once more by science into the psychology of the unconscious. One could venture to explain in this way the myths of paradise and the fall of man, of God, of good and evil, of immortality, and so on, and to transform metaphysics into metapsychology.” The Psychopathology of Everyday Life 1901
Community Giving Night
The Retired & Senior Volunteer Program’s volunteers perform magic in our community as they provide a variety of needs to agencies in Orange County, FL. For 37 years, RSVP has helped increase the capacity of over 120 agencies by supporting their mission through our volunteers. 20% of the single-ticket proceeds from the March 17th performance of Freud’s Last Session benefits RSVP.
To learn more about our organization, please visit www.rsvporlando.org.
FREUD’S LAST SESSION Casey Hanners (Stage Manager) recently moved back to the Orlando area and is thrilled to be working with Mad Cow Theatre. Originally from Phoenix, AZ, she received her BFA in Stage Management from the University of Arizona. She’s had the opportunity to freelance with multiple theatres in Arizona and is looking forward to building a strong relationship within the Orlando theatre community. This summer she will be taking a break from stage management to work as the company manager for the Dorset Theatre Festival in Dorset, VT, but will then be coming back to Orlando to see what life has in store. She’d like to thank Mike, Karen and little Anna Banana for being amazing friends putting a roof over her head while she’s in Florida. Steven Lane (C.S. Lewis) is thrilled to tread the boards again at Mad Cow, where he was last seen as Morris in The Heiress and Geoffrey in The Lion in Winter. Outside of Mad Cow he’s played a wide range of roles including Che (Evita), Cornelius (Hello Dolly), Sky (Guys and Dolls), Danny (Grease), Mordred (Camelot), Lumiere (Disney’s Beauty and the Beast), El Gallo (The Fantasticks), Sir Evelyn (Anything Goes), Rooster (Annie), Seymour (Little Shop of Horrors), Harold Bride (Titanic), The Wolf (Into the Woods), Motel (Fiddler on the Roof) and Michael (I Do, I Do). Much thanks to Mitzi for this opportunity and Mom, Dad and my group at New Covenant for their prayers and support. Soli Deo Gloria! Erin Miner (Lighting Design) Freud’s Last Session marks Erin’s 51st show with Mad Cow Theatre. She is very excited to be working with Rick again. When not wandering the pastures of Mad Cow, she can be found in the fields of Apopka High School as a drama teacher.
Mark St. Germain (playwright) has written the plays Camping With Henry and Tom (Outer Critics Circle Award and Lucille Lortel Award), Out of Gas on Lovers Leap, and Forgiving Typhoid Mary (Time Magazine’s “Year’s Ten Best”) , Ears on a Beatle and The God Committee. With Randy Courts, he has written the musicals The Gifts of the Magi, Johnny Pye and the Foolkiller, winner of an AT&T “New Plays For The Nineties Award”, both produced at the Lamb’s Theater, NYC. Jack’s Holiday was produced at Playwrights Horizons. Mark’s musical, Stand By Your Man, The Tammy Wynette Story was created for Nashville’s Ryman Theater and has toured nationally. He most recently co-wrote the libretto for Charles Strouse’s American Tragedy. Mark co-wrote the screenplay for Carroll Ballard’s Warner Brothers film, Duma. He most recently directed and co-produced the documentary, My Dog, An Unconditional Love Story. “My Dog” features Richard Gere, Lynn Redgrave and Glenn Close among many others. It will be shown on the new Oprah Winfrey Network and a spinoff is currently being filmed for A&E/ BIO. Television credits include Writer and Creative Consultant for The Cosby Show, Life Stories and Dick Wolf’s Crime and Punishment. Mark wrote the children’s book Three Cups, illustrated by April Willy. He is an alumnus of New Dramatists, where he was given the Joe A. Callaway Award, a member of the Dramatists Guild, the Writer’s Guild East and a Board Member of the Barrington Stage Company. He
FREUD’S LAST SESSION CONTINUED was awarded the “New Voices In American Theatre” award at the William Inge Theatre Festival. He is a Board Member of the Barrington Stage Company. Rick Stanley (Director) Is thrilled to be returning to the pasture, where you’ve seen him in principal roles in Romeo and Juliet, My Fair Lady, The Butter and Egg Man, Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, Under Milk Wood, The Fantastiks, Candida, The Life of Galileo, The Laramie Project, As Thousands Cheer, Ghosts, The Cherry Orchard, The Four Quartets, The Odd Couple, Wilde On Wilde (playwright), The Turn of the Screw, Blithe Spirit and as director The Chairs. Also for Mad Cow as a solo cabaret performer: The Songs of Richard Rogers and The Songs of George and Ira Gershwin. Regionally he has been seen in The Music Man, My Fair Lady, Kiss Me Kate, Sweeny Todd, Assassins, M Butterfly, and Visiting Mr. Green. Mr. Stanley and his partner Scott Galloway are the owners of The Scott Laurent Collection on Park Ave. in Winter Park. www. scottlaurentcollection.com Grayson Tate (Costume Design) is joining Mad Cow for her second production. Grayson graduated from Auburn University with her Bachelors in Science in Apparel Merchandising, Design, and Production Management. She is Costume Shop Manager at the Orlando REP. Terry Wells (Sigmund Freud) is making his Mad Cow Theatre debut with this production. He has lived in Toronto, New York, Atlanta and Los Angeles, working with the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Shakespeare in the Square (Brampton, Ontario), York Shakespeare Festival (Newmarket, Ontario), Atlanta Shakespeare, Vineyard Theatre (NYC) and Ensemble Studio Theatre (NYC), among others. Representative stage roles include: Jacques in As You Like It, Feste in Twelfth Night, Lavatch in All’s Well That Ends Well, Salieri in Amadeus, Andrew in Sleuth, Gerald in Murderers, and Mr. Kirby in You Can’t Take it With You. Most recently, he performed at Naples’ Gulfshore Playhouse in Unnecessary Farce as Mayor Meekly. He has also done film and television in the US and Canada. John Valines (Audio Design) is the 6th member and “Sound Guy” for Toxic Audio who won the Drama Desk award in 2004 during their off-Broadway run. He’s also currently the Technical Director for Sak Comedy Lab. John has had the pleasure of working with Stages Repertory, the Colorado Festival of World Theatre, Orlando Fringe, Florida Studio Theatre, The Orlando REP, Impact Productions and the Orlando Shakespeare Theatre. John also hosts the popular podcast, Radio Rickshaw for rickshawboy.com. Actors’ Equity Association (AEA) was founded in 1913 as the first of the American actor unions. Equity’s mission is to advance, promote and foster the art of the live theatre as an essential component of our society. Today, Equity represents more than 40,000 actors, singers, dancers and stage managers working in hundreds of theatres across the United States. Equity members are dedicated to working in the theatre as a profession, upholding the highest artistic standards. Equity negotiates wages and working conditions and provides a wide range of benefits including health and pension plans for its members. Through its agreement with Equity, this theatre has committed to the fair treatment of the actors and stage managers employed in this production. AEA is a member of the AFLCIO and is affiliated with FIA, an international organization of performing arts unions. For more information, visit www.actorsequity.org.
9th Annual Orlando Cabaret Festival April 29 - May 15, 2011
MAD COW THEATRE Mad Cow Theatre celebrates its 14th season in its home in Downtown Orlando. Mad Cow Theatre is one of Orlandoâ€™s most respected professional theatre companies presenting compelling works of theatre for a wide-range of audiences, with a passion for both classic and contemporary plays representing the best of American and World literature.
Mad Cow Theatre attracts the areaâ€™s most talented and gifted actors, designers and directors. A mainstay of the company is its dedication to the process of creating theatre, incorporating in-depth rehearsal and research periods along with a nurturing collaborative process. The company has received numerous awards, including Arts Innovator of the Year by United Arts of Central Florida, Best Place to See a Play (Orlando Sentinel), Best Live Theatre (Orlando Weekly), Best Local Theatre Company (Orlando Magazine), and Best Performance Theatre (Orlando Business Journal). 15
2010-2011 Donors BUSINESS CIRCLE
Mad Cow Theatre thanks the following businesses for their contributions to Mad Cow Theatre’s artistic and educational programs enriching the lives of the Central Florida Community. Corporate Angel ($2500 and over) Holland & Reilly Corporate Diva ($1000 - $2499) Dr. & Mrs. Jefferson S. Flowers W. Ed Langdon Corporate Star ($500 - $999) Scott Laurent Collection WOW! Works Corporate Actor ($250 - $499) Cosmetic Promotions, Inc. Gary Israel SEASON SPONSORS
Mad Cow Theatre recognizes these Season Sponsors whose extraordinary generosity has made our 2010-2011 Season possible. We proudly acknowledge their commitment. Jim & Freddi Goodrich Lenore Roland
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Mad Cow Directory Executive Director Mitzi Maxwell Assistant Box Office Manager Josh Sousa Box Office Genevieve Bernard Ashley Bigge Bailey Godfrey Jared Hair Elizabeth Takacs Aaron Wooten Marketing/Admin Coordinator Zac Alfson Capital Campaign Project Manager Ashley Hickman Technical Director Sam Hazell Production Coordinator Nikki Blue Teachers Michael Marinaccio Timothy Williams Company Stage Manager Conny Williamson Photographer Tom Hurst Graphic Design Big Dreamer Design Jennifer Roark McCants Keith Winter Founding Members Rus Blackwell Trudy Bruner Alan Bruun Dennis Neal 18
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