* World Premiere

Summer Moon (1998)
A warm, captivating story of one man faced with an impossible challenge — to introduce the first Japanese cars to America during the post-war boom years. Winner of the prestigious Kennedy Center Fund for New American Plays.
About the Play
Written By: John Olive
About the Production
World Premiere
Run Dates: 8/28/1998 - 9/27/1998
Program: Program (.pdf)
Directed By: Lee Waters
Cast: Mary Kae Irvin - A Woman
Robert Knepper - Arnie Stengel
Tamlyn Tomita - Rosie Yoshida
Greg Watanabe - Naotake Fukushima
Behind the Scenes: Susan Baird Trapnell - Managing Director
David Lee Cuthbert - Lighting Designer
Gordon Edelstein - Artistic Director
Mame Hunt - Dramaturg
Michael Roth - Composer; Sound Designer
Annie Smart - Costume Designer; Set Designer
Bret Torbeck - Stage Manager