2004 Productions

October 2004: Second Annual Theatre Festival In Black & White.
The Barbeque, by Michael Schwartz, directed by Rita Gregory. With Alex Knell, Ken Fischer, Sandy Binder, Alex Silberblatt, Gunther Kusior, Jason Kirsch.
The Powerhouse, by Tawanda R. Washington, directed by Gunther Kusior. With Lesa Guzzo, Kim El, Ja’ Sonta Roberts, Gunther Kusior, Tawanda R. Washington.
Bruhs, by Jeff Benson Jr, directed by Ginger Lawrence. With Wali Jamal, Meredith Pierce, Jonathan Berry, Freedom Murphy.
The Honeypot Redux, by Chance Muehleck, directed by Art Terry. With Bridget Carey, Corey Rieger, Jeffrey R. Simpson.
Flounder, by Corey Rieger, directed by Linda Haston. With Bridget Carey, Gregory Caridi, Sam Nicotero.
Ties That Bind, by Randy Kirk, directed by Eileen J. Morris. With Lani Cataldi, Andrew Cornelius, Corey Rieger.
Tigger’s Tat, by Wali Jamal, directed by Joanna Lowe. With David Minniefield, Meredith Pierce, Art Terry, Daniel Wright.
Pieces, by Vanessa German, directed by Roni Ostfield. With Vanessa German, Tressa Glover.
Crows on the Cornfield, by Lynne Wyant, directed by Carter Redwood. With Robert Isenberg, Sam Karas.
First Son, by Terrance Hayes, directed by Adam Kukic. With Lonzo Green, Marcia L. Jones, Daniel Wright.
Dancing Tomatoes, by Tony Zelonis, directed by Tracey Turner. With Charlie Murphy, Adam Kukic, Jessica Obed, Jennifer Obed-Moats.
The Cure, by Mark Clayton Southers, directed by Fred Betzner. With Lonzo Green, Mark Thompson, Mayme Williams, Meredith Pierce, Maurice Redwood.
Review: Post-Gazette.

September 2004: Dorothy Six, by James McManus, directed by Mark Clayton Southers. With John Gresh, Joanna Lowe, Gunther Kusior, Ola Creston, Claire Fraley, Paul Stockhausen. Revival of May 2004 production, at Homestead’s historic Pump House. Ran September 19 through October 17.

August 2004: Fences, by August Wilson, directed by Eileen J. Morris. With Jonas Chaney, Chuck Timbers, Rita Gregory, Jonathan Berry, Kevin Brown, Ruel Davis, Taylor Whitley, Micah-Shai Randall Turner.
Review: Post-Gazette.

June 2004: First Annual Pittsburgh Pride Theater Festival.
After Life, by Paula Martinac, directed by Mark Clayton Southers. With Allison Cahill, Elizabeth Downey, T. C. Brown, Bridget Carey.
Audition 101, by Sean Michael O’Donnell and Thomas Protulipac, directed by Linda Haston. With Gunther Kusior, Sean Gray, Tanya Kalinsky, Chelsey E. Shannon, Kim Downs, Christine Zavakos.
One Seat in the Shade, by John Reoli, directed by Jeffrey R. Simpson. With John E. Lane Jr., Christopher Kirsch, Don DiGiulio, Susaan Jamshidi.
Memories of Lesbos and You, by Terry Baum, directed by Joe Pauley. With Kath Donnelly, Gina Preciado.
Defense of Marriage, by Jeffrey M. Cordell, directed by Ted Hoover. With Grant Rhinehart, Varian Huddleston.
One More Chance, by Carol Mullen, directed by Adam Kucic. With Bridget Carey, Jen Obed Moats, Tressa Glover.
California Roll, by Robert Isenberg, directed by Tracey D. Turner. With Julie Moreau, Julia Beardsley, Matthew Bartko.
Mr. Charles, Currently of Palm Beach, by Paul Rudnick, directed by Sheila McCarthy. With Ted Hoover, Brian Lord.

May 2004: Dorothy Six, by James McManus, directed by Mark Clayton Southers. With John Gresh, Joanna Lowe, Gunther Kusior, Ola Creston, Claire Fraley, Paul Stockhausen.

May 2004: Out of Control, by Bridget Harris, directed by Jason A. Fleece. With Dalla Andracchio, Lori Maxwell, Scott Van de Mark, Claire Fraley, Lesa Guzzo, Monica Fillipone.

March 2004: Being Margaret, by Laura Clark, directed by Ginger Lawrence. With Jeannine Foster-McKelvin, Joanna Lowe, Lonzo Green, Mike Kerin, Mike Kerin, Gunther Kusior, Adam Kukic, Don Anderson.

March 2004: Meagher, by Michael Finnegan, directed by Jeffrey R. Simpson. With John Yost, Geoffrey Miller, Robert Isenberg, Chris Hammel, T.C. Brown, Don DiGuilio, Tressa Glover.

February 2004: August in February, Vignettes by August Wilson, coproduction with Pittsburgh Cultural Trust at Byham Theater.

February 2004: Harriet Tubman Loved Somebody, by William F. Mayfield, directed by Tracey Turner. With Tracey Turner, Wali Jamal, Vanessa German, Toni Thomas.