* World Premiere

The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail (1971)
Their play is the story of the young Thoreau. It dramatizes his act of civil disobedience: refusing to pay a poll tax of $1 because the money would support what he felt was an immoral war with Mexico.
About the Play
About the Production
Run Dates: 7/27/1971 - 8/7/1971
Program: Program (.pdf)
Venue: Queen Anne
Directed By: Gregory A. Falls
Cast: C.W. Armstrong - Townsperson
Jack Axelrod - Bailey
Robert Benson - Sam
Jan Burrell - Lydian
Gordon Coffey - Ball
Susan French - Mother
Steven Gilborn - Waldo
Don Henline - Edward
Michael Landrum - Henry
Philip Larson - John
Joanne Long - Townsperson
Constance Jean Blake McDougall - Townsperson
Katherine McGrath - Ellen
Brian Muehring - Townsperson
D.H. Panchot - Townsperson
Margaret Stockton - Townsperson
Michael Weholt - Townsperson
Allie Woods - Williams
Behind the Scenes: Jody Briggs - Stage Manager
James R. Crider - Costume Designer
Scott Hawthorn - Lighting Designer
Stan Keen - Flute Theme
Kathy Kinder - Properties
Richard (Dick) Montgomery - Technical Director
S. Todd Muffatti - Settings