2010–2011 Regina Theatre Season

Callie Reger designed the 2010-2011 season posters.

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Wait Until Dark

by Frederick Knott
directed by Jeanne Leep

performedSeptember 2010

A blind housewife. Three murderous con artists. A doll filled with heroin. This classic mystery-thriller will keep you on the edge of your seat, even in the dark.

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Brigadoon

book & lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
music by Frederick Loewe
directed by Susan Nanning-Sorenson

performedNovember 2010

Two American tourists stumble upon an enchanted
village, Brigadoon, which no one may ever leave lest
the village and its inhabitants disappear into the mist
forever. One of the tourists falls in love with a village girl and must decide to stay or lose her for all time.

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Fuddy Meers

byDavid Lindsay-Abaire
directed byAudrey Lauren Wax

performedFebruary/March 2011

An amnesiac, Claire, awakens each morning as a blank slate on which her family must imprint the facts of her life. She is abducted by a man who claims her husband wants to kill her, and mayhem ensues.

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Student-Directed One Acts

produced byJeanne Leep

performedApril 2011

Medea

Written by: Christopher Durang & Wendy Wasserstein
Directed By: Eryka Blank

Medea is a revived classic of a Greek tale of a woman's wrath towards her cheating husband…..with a comical twist.

What She Found There

Written by: John Glore
Directed by: Brett Sanson

Alice in Wonderland's mirror image discovers romance with a truck driver in the real world.

The Patient

By: Agatha Christie
Directed by: Sun Yu

Paralyzed woman: victim of an accident or a victim of something else?

Bondage

By: David Henry Hwang
Directed By: Kat Gatewood

Set in an S&M parlor in L.A., Bondage explores the relationship between the dominatrix and her submissive. Their erotic games explore the sexual stereotypes of various ethnicities.

The Boor

By: Anton Chekhov
Directed by: Jennifer Gates

Fiery widow holds her own against an enraged debt collector.

St Francis Preaches to the Birds

By: David Ives
Directed by: Tyler Falco Schott

Belittling vultures devour the living saint, almost turning St. Francis into a Doubting Thomas.

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