VP 2003 Wrong Turn at Lungfish

Wrong Turn at Lungfish

Written By: Garry Marshall and Lowell Ganz
Directed by: John Henry
Produced by special arrangement with

Run of Show

“Wrong Turn at Lungfish” ran November 7-22, 2003, Thursday through Saturday at 8:00pm, second Sunday at 2:00pm
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Synopsis

A compassionate, humorous comedy about a blind and bitter college professor and his encounter with a saucy street-wise young woman who volunteers to read to him in the hospital. The clash of intellect and wit take the two from animosity and fear to friendship and understanding.

“Humungous laughs!” Great fun.”-ABC-TV

“An imaginative potion of laughter, lament and transcendence, a strange but inspired mix.”-Hollywood Reporter

The People …

Leading Roles
in order of appearance

Peter Ravenswaal Norb Mills
Nurse Angela Gage
Anita Merendino Rachel Wengrow
Dominic De Caesar Ben Lumbrezer

Production Staff

Director John Henry & D. Nicholas Hansen
Producer Laura Ahrens & Jean Mills
Set Design Joe Hendrikx
Stage Manager Laura Ahrens & Debbie Marinik
Lighting Design Scott Gage
Lighting Crew Allison Dunn, Angela Metcalf & Alex Reed
Costume Design Sondra Henry
Property Masters Joyce Calmes
Property Crew Glenna Ford, Thereasa Lumbrezer, Maureen O’Malley, Bob Smith, Ellison Weber
Scenic Art Wes Skinner
Set Construction Steve Mierzejewski & Bob Smith
Set Crew Laura Ahrens, Jake Gordy, John Henry, Paige Price & Wes Skinner
Sound Design Don Weber
Sound Crew Derek Hansen, Marc Malley & Joanne Toth
Program Dale Moore & Don Weber
Graphic Art Laura Ahrens
House Manager Ann Veasey
Box Office Ann Veasey
Box Office Staff Kimberly Bruggemann, Sue Holliger, Joe & Carol Kwiatkowski, John Farnham Scott, Roger Whitmore, Judy Wiederhold
Program Printing The Copy Center
Cast Photography Mike McDermott
Special Thanks Medical College of Ohio Hospital, Toledo Sight Center

The Show!

Place: A hospital room somewhere in New York City

Time: The Present

Act I

Scene 1: Noon
Scene 2: Another day – noon
Scene 3: Another day – evening

Intermission

 Act II

Scene 1: The next day – mid-morning
Scene 2: Several hours later