Night Sky

by Susan Yankowitz

Performed Feb 2015
(February 3 - 7 & 10 - 14, 2015)
at the Ron Maslin Playhouse
(10 performances: part of the regular season)

Directed byAlain Chamsi


CAST

Anna

Tania Carrière
DanielAllan Ross
Jennifer Alexandra Dunlop
Bill Harold Swaffield
Speech Therapist Shelley Harrison
Aphasic Patient Cheryl Zimmer
Saleswoman Julia Koppernaes

PRODUCTION STAFF

DirectorAlain Chamsi
Assistant DirectorSteve Truelove
Production ManagerCatriona Malcolmson
Stage ManagerBrian McCullough
Assistant Stage ManagersMargaret Jones
Kathryn Young-Davies
Set Designer and Constuction CoordinatorRom Frigon
Set ConstructionPaul Carriere
Barry Fortey
Earl McLaughlin
Tony Francis
Set Décor and FurnishingsMelanie Anderson
Assisted byAndrew Malcolmson
Rom Frigon
Catriona Malcolmson
Johanna Lace
Carol Sinclair
Set Painting Co-ordinatorMelanie Anderson
Set PaintersRom Frigon
Johanna Lace
Andrew Malcolmson
Catriona Malcolmson
Carol Sinclair
Ann Williams
Properties CoordinatorSusan Sinchak
Assisted byDave Anderson
Christina Johnston
Stage CrewPeter Veale
Pat MacDonald
Mark Bazerman
Doug MacDonald
Vanessa Johnston
Andrew Malcolmson
Patrick Kay
Tess McNeil
Lighting DesignSudarsan Narasimhan
Lighting AssistantsPieter Selst
Evan Nearing
Torin Zaugg
Sound DesignTom Kobolak
Sound AssistantSamuel Jones
Sound/Video AssistantJustin Ladelpha
Astronomical imagesRichard Wagner
Michael Wirths
Rolf Meier
Paul Klauninger
Daniel’s Singing VoiceMathieu Mazur-Goulet
Pianist.Larraine Gorman
CostumesMarilyn Valiquette
Eufron Williams
Saundra Eaves
DressersBev Brooks
Cathy Dowsett
ContinuityAnn Williams
Andrea Fajrajsl
Cathy Dowsett
Tammi Smith
Make-UpBev Brooks
Lynda DeGuire
Jaclyn Bumbala
Diane Cote
HairsylistKalie McWilliam
Assisted byMelissa Lewis
Green RoomTerry Leonard
Green Room AssistantsClare Flockton
Helen Weeden
Krista Carrigan
Refreshments & Servery.Barbara Kobolak
House Managers Mary Holmes
Jim Holmes
PublicityPaul Behncke
Katie Betts
Chrissy Feldman
Emily Walsh

DIRECTOR’S NOTE

“Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.”
– Carl Sagan

I have always been fascinated by space, possibly because I grew up during the exciting era of space exploration and manned missions to the moon. Mostly though, I think it’s the mystery of it that has always captivated my imagination.

Our knowledge of the cosmos and the rules and laws that govern it keeps growing, but it is still dwarfed by what we don’t yet know. That is also true of the human brain—we have learned much in the past decades but there is still so much that we cannot explain about how it functions or, more pertinently, about why it malfunctions. And it is these parallels, between the human brain and the cosmos, that drew me to Night Sky.