written & directed by Jim Bovino
Oct. 23 – Nov. 21, 2009 | Fri-Sat 8pm
The Believers is set in an unidentified city where life has become transformed into a series of fragmented and privatized events where the cameras are always rolling, the lights are always on, and the hero could be you.
The play examines the manufacturing of reality and questions the ability of individuals to distinguish between autonomous and enforced behavior and the possibility for original thought in a mediated world.
The play does not have a traditional plot or narrative, but is structured as a series of vignettes loosely connected by theme.
|Sarah E Budge|
|Stage Manager||Meaghan Darling|
|Set Design||Zack Bent|
|Light Design||Melinda Short|
|Costume Design||Julia Evanovich|
|Props Design||Julia Welch|
|Sound Engineering||Kevin Heard|
|Original Music||Take Acre|
|Technical Director||Max Reichlin|
|Production Manager||Ellie McKay|
|Build Team||Jillian Vashro
Seattle Children’s Theatre, John Deshazo, Michael Hayes, Jillia Pessenda, Theatre Schmeater, Clint Fisher, GalaTags: Caleb Joslin, David Roby, Ellie McKay, Erin Pike, Jennifer Pratt, Jillian Vashro, Jim Bovino, Joe Feeney, Julia Evanovich, Julia Welch, Kevin Heard, Maggie Ferguson-Wagstaffe, Max Reichlin, Meaghan Darling, Melinda Short, Nick Poling, Ron Darling, Sarah E Budge, Zack Bent
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