Inherit the Wind Cast

Stage One presents Inherit the Wind by Jerome Lawrence & Robert E. Lee
directed by Jim Stewart

October 12, 13, 19, & 20 at 7:30 PM o 14 & 21 at 2 PM

At the Janesville Performing Arts Center • 408 S Main St, Janesville, WI. • JanesvillePAC.org

Cast & Crew:
Brady – Michael Mugnani
Drummond – Matt Johnson
Howard – Dan Stewart
Rachel – Bernice White
Cates – Manny Renteria
Rev Brown – Jack MacPherson
Bannister – Dave St. Amant
Hornbeck – Chris Ogden
Mrs. Brady – Michelle Dennis
Davenport – Kathy Diehl
Judge – Gene Bostian
Melinda – Adah Rivers
Meeker – David Graham
Mrs. Goodfellow – Becky Weber Johnson
Mrs. Krebs – Linda Stevenson
Sillers – Andrew Stewart
Bollinger – Monette Beboin-Reinhard
Cooper – TBA
Mrs. Blair – Marisa Jummrich
Dunlop – Joe Reinhard
Mrs. MacLaine – Arlinda Benn
Elijah – Laura Johnson
Mayor – Steve Shaw
Photographer – Josh Rebone
Phil – Josh Rebone
Monkey Kid – Carter Diehl
Hotdog Man – TBA
Storekeeper – TBA
Reuters Reporter – Josh Rebone
Director – Jim Stewart
Producer – Michael Stalsberg
Stage Manager – Rose Marie Titus

About the Show: This is the play that has as its genesis in the events of the famous Scopes trial. One of the most outstanding dramas of our time. “The portrait it draws of an explosive episode in American culture, vigorously written by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee, remains as fresh as it ever was. One of the most stirring plays in recent years retains its folk flavor and spiritual awareness in an Arena Stage production. Bursting with vitality…Literature of the stage!” -NY Times. “Magnificently written…one of the most exciting dramas of the last decade.” -NY News. “A tidal wave of a drama…More than any other play in memory based on history and aiming at a contemporary parallel, INHERIT THE WIND makes its point immediately applicable.” -NY World-Telegram & Sun. “Brilliant…a colorful, picturesque and absorbing exciting essay in dramatic Americana…” -NY Post. “A masterpiece. This is the test: to see a play once, twice, three times. And each time to leave the theatre as deeply moved, as enlightened, as lifted up, as magnificently entertained. And as convinced that it is one of the truly great American dramas of this century.” -Scripps-Howard

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