Bonnets: (How Ladies of Good Breeding Are Induced to Murder)
Valerie is a poisoner, her sister-in-law Claire is a virgin, Webster is an indentured servant, her mistress Georgina is a pain in the ass, and Prudence and Fortitude have a weird feeling about each other…but can we call it witchcraft? Bonnets is a dark comedy that plays with elements of camp, history, and rock ‘n roll. A song for the play is written by Max Vernon.
This production contains adult language and violence.
This production is part of a rolling premier commissioned by the Big Ten Theatre Consortium.
|Mistress Stone||Claire Wool|
|Mrs. Wolcott||Hannah Fram|
|Directors||Mary Beth Easley and Kristen L. Hartsgrove Mooers|
|Scenic and Costume Designer||Bethany Kasperek|
|Lighting Designer and Fight Coordinator||Dante Benjegeredes|
|Props Master||Emily Arvidson|
|Stage Manager||Spencer Clouse*|
*Appears by permission of Actors' Equity Association, the union of professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
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