Written by Nick Jones
Directed by Amy Rummenie
Lucidus is a bloody coward. After being compelled by his overbearing father to defend the family name, he challenges an unsuspecting gentleman to a duel. This is Lucidus' first mistake. Terrified and squeamish, he hires a thug to fight in his place. This is Lucidus' second mistake. He'll make more. A lot more. The Coward is a manly comedy about manly honor… played by a company of women.
This production contains adult language, violence, gunfire and blood.
February 6 - 28, 2015
Red Eye Theater
15 West 14th Street, Minneapolis MN 55403
|Lucidus Culling||Briana Patnode||Director||Amy Rummenie|
|Nathaniel Culling||Jean Wolff||Set||Eli Schlatter|
|Gavin Klaff||Suzie Juul||Costumes||Sara Wilcox|
||Shelby Rose Richardson||Asst. Costumer||Jessica Bell|
|Henry Blaine||Charlotte Calvert||Lighting||Jesse Cogswell|
|Isabelle Dupree||Chase Burns||Sound||Michael Croswell|
|Earl of Dorchester||Debra Berger||Props||Abbee Warmboe|
|+ Finn||Blood Design
|+ King's Messenger||RawRedMeat Productions|
|Derek Lanley||Suzanne Victoria Cross||Blood Assistant||Theresa Purcell|
|+ Egbert the Bartender||Fight Choreographer||Meredith Larson|
|Friedmont the Butler||Linda Sue Anderson||Dialect Coach||Keely Wolter|
|+ Old Man||Stage Manager||Sarah Holmberg|
|Asst. Stage Manager||Karina Grimaldi|
|Asst. Director||Jesica Springer|
PRODUCTION IMAGES (By Dan Norman)
Pistol photo courtesy of Rama, Cc-by-sa-2.0-fr.
Butterfly photo courtesy of Fir0002/Flagstaffotos.