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MEGS: "You shouldn't, Davey."
DAVE: "I shouldn't what!?"
MEGS: "Talk to someone who loves you like that, you shouldn't."

Robin Dawn Kelly, T.J. Langley and ShawnJ West in ReAct's staged reading of Strange Snow.
Photo: David Hsieh.


The Cast

(in order of appearance)

Megs
T.J. Langley
Martha
Robin Dawn Kelly
Dave
ShawnJ West
Narrator
David Hsieh


MEGS: "Martha, I feel like I fell asleep and woke up in the Waldorf Astoria."
MARTHA: "Go on."

Robin Dawn Kelly, T.J. Langley and ShawnJ West in a scene from ReAct's staged reading of Strange Snow.
Photo: David Hsieh.


Directed by
David Hsieh


The Crew

House Technician
David Hsieh
House Manager
Lorna Hee-Chin


 
"STRANGE SNOW" BOOK COVER

Strange Snow


By Stephen Metcalfe

Staged Reading

September 11, 2000
The Elliott Bay Book Company



The Program

The Setting

The action of the play takes place within a twenty-four hour period in the Flanagan home in the early 1980s.

ACT 1

Scene 1: Very early one morning.
Scene 2: Later that same day in the early afternoon.

ACT 2

Scene 1: Early evening that same day.
Scene 2: After dinner, a few hours later that same evening.
Scene 3: Later that same night.


Strange Snow

was commissioned by the Manhattan Theatre Club and received its world premiere there on January 19, 1982.

Production Notes

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ReAct's staged reading of Strange Snow was produced by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.


Special Thanks To...

The Cast & Crew for production support
The Elliott Bay Book Company for venue hosting and set pieces
George Paul Glanzman for production support
Karen Maeda-Allman for organizational support
Rain City Projects for publicity support
Rick Simonson for organizational support

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