VP 2010 Melville Boys

The Melville Boys

Written By: Norm Foster
Directed by: Norb Mills
Produced by special arrangement with Playwrights Canada Press, Toronto, ON, Canada

Run of Show

“The Melville Boys” ran January 8-23, 2010, Thursday through Saturday at 8:00pm

The Melville Boys PlaySynopsis

Brothers Owen and Lee Melville, who’ve set aside a weekend of time at the lake, are surprised by how meeting two sisters changes the agenda, and transforms their perspective. Winner of the Los Angeles Critics Drama-League Award, The Melville Boys is an endearingly simple play about family, love, moving forward on the journey of life and valuing those around you.

Program

The Program for this show can be viewed by clicking The Melville Boys (pdf) (Requires Adobe Reader)

The People …

Leading Roles
in order of appearance

Lee Joe Capucini
Owen Derek Hansen
Mary Elizabeth Palmer
Loretta Clara Engel

Program Staff

Director Norb Mills
Assistant Director John Henry
Producer Jean Mills & Tom Wagner
Set Design John Henry
Stage Manager Andrew Black & Mary Wagner
Lighting Design Dan Finkel & Amanda Lockwood
Lighting Crew Jake Gordy & Amanda Lockwood
Sound Design Don Weber
Sound Crew Rich Chesko & Marc Malley
Costume Coordinator Kate Argow
Props Coordinators Jean and Ernie Brown, Joyce Calmes,
Ellison Weber and Bob Yarger
Props Crew Ernie Brown, Jean Brown,
Rich Chesko, & Ellison Weber
Set Construction Steve Mierzejewski & Don Weber
Scenic Art Brad Riker
Set Dressing Brad Riker
Painters & Dutchers Brad Riker & Lisa Cromwell
Bookholder Kate Argow
Publicity Kara Ayers
Program Jake Gordy, Laura Hansen, & Frank Venda
Program Art & Cover Design H.O.T. Graphics
House Manager Ann Veasey
Box Office Ann Veasey
Box Office Staff Kimberley Bruggemann, Pam Engle, Sandy Fry, Darlene Hatfield, Barbara Heindel, Sue Holliger, Debbie Krieger, Dianne Nowakowski, Jinny Patterson, Susan Rice, & Judy Wiederhold
Program Printing The Copy Center
Marquee Signs Derek Hansen
Theatre Photographer Frank Venda
Special Thanks Appliance Center, Brad Riker

The Show!

Setting: Present day. Mid-September at a remote lake cabin.

Act I

Scene 1: Mid-morning.
Scene 2: A few minutes later.
Scene 3: Later that night.

Act II

Scene 1: The next morning.
Scene 2: About two hours later.