The Marriage of Bette and Boo

Season: 
Fall 2011
Type: 
Experimental Production
Author: 
Christopher Durang
Date of run: 
Thursday, October 6, 2011 (All day) to Saturday, October 8, 2011 (All day)
Location: 
Yale Repertory Theatre See map
Description: 
The play opens with the picture perfect image of Bette and Boo being joined in holy matrimony. What at first seems like a promising marriage soon deteriorates into three decades of alcoholism, nervous breakdowns, death, divorce, and gravy, lots and lots of un­-vacuumable gravy. This dark comedy is in the end about memory and finding a way to laugh at our own families, their dysfunctional stories, and the little absurdities in between.
Director: 
Katherine Nelson
Producer: 
Lily Lewis­-McNeil
Stage Manager: 
Emily Miller
Lighting Designer: 
Zoe LaPalombara
Set Designer: 
Nikola Champlin
Sound Designer: 
Andrew Maillet
Costume Designer: 
Bea Koch
Props Master: 
Iva Velickovic
Master Electrician: 
Stuart Teal
Technical Director: 
Wells Thorne,
Jonah Coe­-Scharff
Sound Engineer: 
Kara Brower
Member & Role: 
Cole Florey -­ Assistant Producer
Kathleen Addison - Assistant Producer
Levi DeLuke -­ Sets Crew
Amanda Bennett ­- Sets Crew
Actor / Actress & Role: 
Bonnie Antosh -­ Bette Brennan
Peregrine Heard -­ Emily Brennan
Marina Horiates ­- Joan Brennan
Chandler Rosenthal -­ Margaret Brennan
Christine Shaw -­ Soot Hudlocke
Peter Lewis -­ Boo Hudlocke
Michael Rosen -­ Matt Hudlocke
Paul Hinkes -­ Karl Hudlocke
Tom Sanchez -­ Father Donnally/Doctor
Jordan Ascher ­- Paul Brennan