Staging America: Cornerstone and Community-Based Theater

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APPENDIX : CORNERSTONE PRODUCTION HISTORY,
1986—2001

All community-based and ensemble productions through 1991 were directed by Bill Rauch with music by David Reiffel. All ensemble shows through 1990 were choreographed by Sabrina Peck.


Rural Community-Based Productions, 1986—1991

Newport News, Virginia, 1986 Our Town. By Thornton Wilder. Produced with residents of Newport News.

Marmarth, North Dakota, 1986 The Marmarth Hamlet. Adapted by the company and people of Marmarth from Hamlet by William Shakespeare.

Prince George County, Virginia, 1986 The Snow Queen. Adapted by the company from The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Anderson. Produced with students from Prince George County.

Marfa, Texas, 1987 That Marfa Fever. Adapted by the company and people of Marfa from Hay Fever by Noel Coward.

Dinwiddie County, Virginia, 1987 The Pretty Much True Story of Dinwiddie County. By Douglas Petrie. Produced with residents of Dinwiddie.

Miami Beach, Florida, 1987 The Dog Beneath the Skin: An Epidemic Epic. Adapted by the company and members of the Miami AIDS community from W. H. Auden and Christopher Isherwood.

Norcatur, Kansas, 1987 Tartoof (Or, An Imposter in Norcatur—and at Christmas!). Adapted by the com- pany and people of Norcatur from Tartuffe by Molière.

Long Creek, Oregon, 1988 The Good Person of Long Creek. Adapted by the company and people of Long Creek from The Good Woman of Setzuan by Bertolt Brecht.

Schurz, Nevada, 1988 The House on Walker River. Adapted by the company and people of the Walker River Paiute Tribe and Schurz from The Oresteia by Aeschylus. Choreography by Sabrina Peck.

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