Stone and Sparrow

A senior project for Laurel Durning-Hammond

by Alex Ratner & Laurel Durning-Hammond

Poster of Stone and Sparrow

A folk musical set in Appalachia during the late 1920’s, Stone and Sparrow follows a family’s journey through the exciting but ultimately devastating shift to living in a coal mining camp town. As a production seminar, THST 407 will consist of the production of a new musical exploring the people and music of Appalachia in the early twentieth century. Study of the history, mores, and culture of the period as preparation for staging the play. An exploration of putting up a new work and originating roles.

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Performance Dates & Times

April 17, 2014 - 8:00pm

April 18, 2014 - 8:00pm

April 19, 2014 - 2:00pm

April 19, 2014 - 8:00pm

Location

Theater and Performance Studies black box, 53 Wall Street

Venue Accessibility: 
Building is accessible via a ramp on the Church Street side. Venue and facilities are located on the main floor.

Performers

Orlena Sloane
George Dalton
Sary Sloane
Ward Eversole
Mae Sloane
James Sloane
Elliott Bailridge

Production Team

Costume Designer
Director
Assistant
Director
Graphic Designer
Lighting Designer
Music Composer
Musical Director
Associate
Musical Director
Musician
Musician
Musician
Musician
Musician
Musician
Musician
Props Supervisor
Set Designer
Associate
Set Designer
Sets Team
Sets Team
Sets Team
Sets Team
Sound Designer
Stage Manager
Technical Director
Orchestrator