8 From DePauw Contribute to Local Playhouse's The Importance of Being Earnest
September 3, 2008
September 3, 2008, Greencastle, Ind. - "The classic comedy The Importance of Being Earnest will wrap up the 47th Putnam County Playhouse season," notes today's edition of Greencastle's Banner-Graphic, in a production which features contributions from eight members of the DePauw University community. The play will be staged next Thursday through Saturday and September 10-13.
Tim Good, associate professor of communication and theatre at DePauw, directs the production and designed the scenery and lighting. Christopher J. Wurster '69, director of capital gifts, is assistant director, and Robin Gerard, part-time music library desk assistant, constructed costumes.
Others from DePauw in the production include:
- Susan Anthony, associate professor of communication and theatre, portrays Lady Bracknell
- Rajai Bimbo, program adviser in the Center for International and Experiential Education, plays Rev. Chasuble
- Caroline Good, costume shop supervisor, and part-time instructor of communication and theatre, plays Gwendolyn Fairfax
- Amy Gaither-Hayes, part-time assistant professor of communication and theatre, portrays Cecily Cardew
- Duane Skoog, technical director for the Green Center for the Performing Arts and part-time instructor of communication and theatre, plays Merriman
Learn more about the production and get ticket information at the newspaper's Web site.Back