Blue Door: A Play with Original Songs
THE STORY: Lewis is a tenured professor of mathematics at a well-regarded university. Underneath his veneer of success, however, lies a soul troubled by questions of personal and cultural identity. When his wife leaves him, apparently due to the fa
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Page 9 - It is a peculiar sensation, this double-consciousness, this sense of always looking at one's self through the eyes of others, of measuring one's soul by the tape of a world that looks on in amused contempt and pity.
Page 6 - Watson; the production manager was Michael Mora; and the stage manager was Randall K. Lum. The cast was as follows: ERNESTINE CRUMP Karen Malina White ERMINA CRUMP Susan Patterson GODFREY CRUMP Dorian Harewood LILY ANN GREEN Ella Joyce GERTE SCHULTE Nancy Harewood...
Page 7 - Hernandez; the costume design was by Emilio Sosa; the lighting design was by...
Page 7 - Morrow; and the production stage manager was Michael Suenkel. The cast was as follows: LEWIS David Fonteno SIMON/REX/JESSE Teagle F.
Page 6 - Alcaraz; die sound design was by Jill BC Du Boff; the original music was by Larry Gilliard, Jr and Leah C.