The American Pilot
written by David Greig
directed by Amy Rummenie
"The sky was torn open and there was a different world behind it..."
May 2 - 24, 2008
Minneapolis Theatre Garage
An American plane crash-lands in a rural valley in a war-torn country. Will the villagers help the wounded pilot, ransom him, or execute him? Written in advance of the Iraq War, this staggeringly poetic script by Scottish playwright David Greig now receives its regional premiere.
|pilot||Joseph Bombard||director||Amy Rummenie|
|farmer||Peter Ooley||set & costumes||Erinn Huntley|
|trader||Sam Landman||lighting||Logan Jambik|
|sarah||Amanda Rafuse Whisner||sound||Sean Healey|
|evie||Liana Simonds||technical director||David Pisa|
|captain||Robert Gardner||stage manager||Sarah Holmberg|
|translator||Matthew Vire||dramaturg||Ashley Schweitzer|
|soldier||Brian Hesser||fight choreographer||Matt Franta|
|soldier||Mark Benzel||dialect coach||Joseph Papke|
|soldier||J.F. Dauer||firearms adviser||Richard Eue|
|tactical adviser||Paul von Stoetzel|
|sound board operator||Katie Oliver|
Production Images (by Dan Norman)
This activity was made possible, in part, by funds provided by the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council through an appropriation by the Minnesota Legislature.