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THE CAST IN THE OPENING DANCE SEQUENCE OF "MORE" ALL IN THE TIMING

The cast performing the opening number in ReAct's "More" All in the Timing.
Photo: David Hsieh..


The Cast

(in order of appearance)

Red
Eloisa Cardona
Orange
Kerri Mathews-Christie
Gold
Leslie Jean Warner
Yellow
Curt Bolar
Jade
Kady Douglas
Green
Gordon Hendrickson
Turquise
T.J. Langley
Blue
Barry L. Snarr
Purple
Colleen Burke-Moen
Lavendar
Lisa Marie Nakamura
Pink
Katie Tupper
Magenta
Danielle Reierson
Light Blue
David Hsieh


FIFI: "In a fictive cafe near the Eiffel Tower he hallucinated a beautiful woman and immediately fell in love with her. I, Fifi LeBlanc, was that woman."

Curt Bolar as Fifi in ReAct's Enigma Variations.
Photo: David Hsieh..


Directed by
David Hsieh


Assistant Direction by
Gordon Hendrickson


LAURA: "Rob, do you love me?"
ROB: "Of course I do, honey."

Barry Snarr as Rob and Colleen Burke-Moen as Laura in ReAct's Captive Audience.
Photo: David Hsieh.


The Crew

Stage Manager, Costume, Properties & Production Designer
David Hsieh
Assistant Stage Manager & Sound Operator
George Glanzman
Sound Effects
Curt Bolar
Gordon Hendrickson
Kerri Mathews-Christie
Lisa Marie Nakamura

Choreography
The Cast & Crew
Light Board Operator & Venue Technician
Nikki Wilhelm
Venue Supervisor
Michael Thompson


FLORA: "Shazam!"

Katie Tupper as Flora in the final moment of ReAct's Arabian Nights.
Photo: David Hsieh.


Reviews

>>Patron Comments

CHUCK 2: "The course always leads to the same final place."

Gordon Hendrickson as Chuck 2 and Eloisa Cardona as Annie in ReAct's Foreplay, or the Art of the Fugue.
Photo: David Hsieh.



DON: "Da linkwa het barf oonidevairsify alla da peepholes enda voooold!"

David Hsieh as Don and Katie Tupper as Dawn in ReAct's The Universal Language.
Photo: George Paul Glanzman.



CHUCK 1: "Anyway, that's why I come out here to Lilli-Putt Lane. To sense a cosmic connection with the ancient anthropology of the game."

T.J. Langley as Chuck 1 and Katie Tupper as Amy in ReAct's Foreplay, or the Art of the Fugue.
Photo: David Hsieh.

 

THE CAST DANCING THE OPENING NUMBER FOR "MORE ALL IN THE TIMING."
The cast performing the opening
number "Time on My Hands" in
ReAct's "More" All in the Timing.
Photo: David Hsieh.

"More" All in the Timing


By David Ives

Sequel Encore Engagement

July 12-22, 2001
ArtsWest Playhouse


THE CAST IN THE RIVERDANCE FINALE OF "MORE" ALL IN THE TIMING
The cast performing the Riverdance
finale of ReAct's "More" All
in the Timing
.
Photo: David Hsieh.

 

BEBE 1: "It's as if the world were somehow ... somehow ... double."
Colleen Burke-Moen, Lisa Marie
Nakamura, T.J. Langley and Barry
L. Snarr in ReAct's Enigma Variations.
Photo: David Hsieh.


The Program

The Setting

New York and Arabia, but mostly New York.
Various locations in the past and present including
a party, a living room, a shop, a doctor's office, a classroom, a miniature golf course and a café

Prelude: "Time On My Hands" - The Company

ENGLISH MADE SIMPLE
Jill - Eloisa
Jack - Barry
Announcer - Leslie

Interlude: "Cha Cha D'Amour" - The Company

CAPTIVE AUDIENCE
TV Man - Gordon
TV Woman - Kady
Rob - Barry
Laura - Colleen

Interlude: "Dream Time" - Barry and the Women

ARABIAN NIGHTS
Flora - Katie
Norman - Gordon
Interpreter - Lisa Marie

Interlude: "Clown Time" - Gordon and the Women

ENIGMA VARIATIONS
Bill 1 - T.J.
Bebe 1 - Lisa Marie
Bill 2 - Barry
Bebe 2 - Colleen
Fifi - Curt
Eyechart - Gordon

Interlude: "Soul Bossa Nova" -The Company

PHILIP GLASS BUYS A LOAF OF BREAD
Woman 1 - Leslie
Woman 2 - Kady
Baker - Curt
Philip - Gordon

Interlude: "Race Time" - The Company

THE UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE
Dawn - Katie
Don - David
Young Couple - Curt & Leslie

Interlude: "Rain Time" - The Women

FOREPLAY, or THE ART OF THE FUGUE
Chuck 1 - T.J.
Amy - Katie
Chuck 2 - Gordon
Annie - Eloisa
Chuck 3 - Barry
Alma - Lisa Marie

Interlude: "Stomp" - The Company

SURE THING
Bill - T.J.
Betty - Colleen

Finale: "Riverdance" - The Company


English Made Simple

was first presented at the Seattle Repertory Theatre in April 1994.

Captive Audience

premiered at The Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor, New York, in August 1999.

Arabian Nights

premiered in the 2000 Humana Festival of New American Plays at Actors Theatre of Louisville.

Enigma Variations

premiered at the Philadelphia Theatre Comany in January 1999.

The Universal Language

received its premiere at Primary Stages in New York City in December 1993.
The Manhattan Punch Line Theatre in New York City first presented

Philip Glass Buys a Loaf of Bread

in January 1990,

Foreplay, or The Art of the Fugue

in February 1991 and

Sure Thing

in February 1988.

Production Notes

>>ReAct's Original Production
>>ReAct's Encore Engagement
>>ReAct's 2nd Encore Engagement
>>ReAct's Sequel Production

ReAct's "More" All in the Timing was presented by special arrangement with DRAMATISTS PLAY SERVICE, INC.


JILL: "And it all happens right here."
ANNOUNCER: "A-plus."
Leslie Jean Warner, Eloisa
Cardona and Barry L. Snarr in
ReAct's English Made Simple.
Photo: David Hsieh.

 

LAURA: "Why are you watching this?"
ROB: "I was trying to find the stock report."
Barry Snarr, Colleen Burke-Moen,
Gordon Hendrickson and Kady Douglas
in ReAct's Captive Audience.
Photo: David Hsieh.


Special Thanks To...

ArtsWest for event support
Angela DiMarco for loaned props
The Elliott Bay Book Company and staff for promotional support
George Paul Glanzman for production support
Kathy Hsieh for promotional support
Kinkos Copies for photocopying support
Northwest Asian American Theatre for loaned set pieces
Colleen & Leia Parker for loaned props
Seattle Center Fun Forest for loaned props
Rick Wong & Rk Productions for videography

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Photo Gallery

FLORA: "Are you interested?"
INTERPRETER: "Would you marry this?"
NORMAN: "Not really."
Gordon Hendrickson, Lisa Marie
Nakamura and Katie Tupper in
ReAct's Arabian Nights.
Photo: David Hsieh.

 

DAWN: "He. She. It. Arf."
Katie Tupper as Dawn and the
emsemble as the chalk board wall
in ReAct's The Universal Language.
Photo: George Paul Glanzman.

BILL: "This is my first night out alone in a long time. I feel a litle bit at sea, to tell you the truth"
Colleen Burke-Moen as Betty and
T.J. Langley as Bill in
ReAct's Sure Thing.
Photo: David Hsieh.

ALMA: "I just like this 'cause it's fun. Like sex or something."
Katie Tupper, T.J. Langley, Eloisa Cardona, Lisa Marie Nakamura
and Barry Snarr in ReAct's Foreplay, or the Art of the Fugue.
Photo: David Hsieh.

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