Smut

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[h1]Smut[/h1]

[h2]a new play by Alice Jay in collaboration with Joseph Adler[/h2]

[h3]June 16 – July 15, 2007[/h3]
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[h3]Synopsis[/h3]

The Gilded Age in Old New York. The architect of repression has outlawed abortion, contraception, books. Three women – a reformer, an immigrant, a wife – dare to defy him. Inspired by the real-life collision of sexual educator, Ida Craddock – and America’s national censor, Anthony Comstock. When one man decides what the laws should be, liberties are trampled, voices are silenced. There is no choice.

[h3]Who’s Who[/h3]

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[h4]The Cast[/h4]
Anthony Comstock: John Felix
Margaret Comstock: Sandra Ives
Dr. Porter Eldridge: Dan Leonard
Ida Craddock: Jessica K. Peterson
Mario Delucci: Scott Genn
Mayor, Judge, Priest, Eddie, Brice: Jim Gibbons
Kathleen O’Malley: Kim Morgan
Nurse, Eliza, Matron: Edna Schwab
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[h4]The Artists[/h4]
Playwright: Alice Jay
Director: Joseph Adler
Set Design: Tim Connelly
Video: Walter J. Collins
Lighting Design: John D. Hall
Props: Claire Savitt
Costumes: Ellis Tillman
Music/Sound: Matt Corey
House Carpenter: Micah Smyth
Technical Director: Carlos Rodriguez
Stage Manager: Michael John Carroll

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Photos: George Schiavone