Something Persists
by Valerie Rachelle · November, 2000
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somethingpersists Something Persists takes four women from turn of the century novels written by Theodore Dryser, Henry James, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, and Edith Wharton, and parallels their journeys through a patriarchal society. These great writers were among the first to examine the changing roles of men and women in western society.

Something Persists employs movement based, dialogue/movement based, and traditional dialogue scenes to explore the power of the modern woman's struggle.

production details

This production has closed after a successful run

cast & crew

writer: Valerie Rachelle
director: Jeanette Scherrer
Set/Prop Design: James Xavier

Woman: Kristin Prewitt
Man: John Weller
Nurse: Cassandra Davis-Marsh
Figure: Beret F. Malmgren
Carrie Daniels: Nicole Talmadge
Charles Drouet: Tim Sabourin
George Hurstwood: Christopher Voor
Land Lady: mollie boice
Sam: James Paul Xavier
Isabel Archer: Ailene King
Mrs. Touchett: mollie boice
Caspar Goodwood: Sean McGowan
Lord Warburton: David Nett
Ralph Touchett: Fredrick Snyder
John Osmond: Richard Wylie
Hope Fenno: Cassandra Davis-Marsh
Alan Quentin: John Weller
Mrs. Quentin: mollie boice

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