Agnes of God

by John Pielmeier

Performed November 2013
(November. 5 - 16, 2013)
at the Ron Maslin Playhouse
(10 performances: part of the regular season)

Directed by Tom Kobolak


CAST

AGNES Emily Walsh
DOCTOR LIVINGSTON Cheryl Zimmer
MOTHER SUPERIOR Larraine Gorman

PRODUCTION STAFF

Production Manager
Anna Lisa Bloom
Stage Manager
Julie Clayton
Assistant Stage Managers
Jacquie Blair
Dramaturge
Kathryn Young-Davies
Medical Consultant Dr. Robert Cormier
Set Design Tom Kobolak
Construction/Stained Glass
Ron Gardner
Charlene Gardner
Earl McLaughlin
Set Painting Julie Clayton
Ron Gardner
Tom Kobolak
Set Décor/Special Paintings Liz Davies
Lighting Design Zach Andruchow
Lighting Advisor
Karl Wagner
Sound Design Brooke Keneford
Sound Assistant Chrissy Hollands
Tim Mabey
Sound Advisor Rob Fairbairn
Special Effects
Roy Ballantine
Costume Designer
Diane Smith
Properties Michèle Baddoo
assisted by
Anna Lisa Bloom
Continuity
Michèle Baddoo
Beverley Brooks
Julia Lamperd
Sandy Wynne
Make-up
Beverley Brooks
Hairstylist
Carol Walkey
Green Room
Julia Lamperd
Shelagh Mills
Poster Design Diane Smith
Publicity
Paul Behncke
Programme
Wendy Wagner
Box Office
Gordon Marwood
Refreshments
Barbara Kobolak
House Manager Don Lillico

Director’s Note
If an energetic, conscientious person gives a valedictory address, then at the FAR end of the scale, an obsessed person is Jack Nicholson, peering through a shattered door, axe in hand, grinning maniacally. That’s, well, extreme, I know, but I do think that there’s a path connecting the two. So, what might happen if obsession takes hold, invades really, a society that is given to the undeniably noble task of talking to God? One last photographic image: a 1880’s frontier town full of mud, drunken miners, brothels, bars and gambling dens. Two Catholic nuns, unafraid, undaunted, habits billowing, stride past the old buildings. They are on patrol. How magnificent. And how miraculous.