Playwright Camille Washington makes her Plan-B debut
Th & F @ 8, Sat @ 4 & 8, Sun @ 2
80 minutes, no intermission
Tickets currently available as of 10:52am on Saturday, November 16: (3) Saturday, November 16 at 4pm. // Saturday, November 16 at 8pm and Sunday, November 17 at 2pm are sold out, which means a waitlist will form in the box office one hour before show time.You must be there, in person, to get on the wait list. Then check back five minutes before show time. You will pay at that time and as many waitlisters as possible will be seated at show time. Those we are unable to seat will receive a full refund.
A doctor, a patient and an orderly walk into a mental hospital…a psychological thriller blurring the line between truth and reality.
Dee-Dee Darby-Duffin (THE THIRD CROSSING, NOTHING PERSONAL, MAMA, THE EDIBLE COMPLEX, (IN)DIVISIBLE, THE WEIRD PLAY, AN EVENING WITH TWO AWFUL MEN) is the Patient, an admitted criminal who might be in custody unjustly. Yolanda Stange (…OF COLOR, MARRY CHRISTMAS) is the Doctor, who might be completely unprepared for what happens next. And Flo Bravo (in her Plan-B debut) is the Orderly, who might be the only one who knows the truth.
Director: Cheryl Ann Cluff
Designers: Kevin Alberts (costumes), Cheryl Ann Cluff (sound),
Keven Myhre (set), William Peterson (lighting)
Stage Manager: Jennifer Freed
Camille Washington (Playwright) makes her Plan-B debut and is honored to be the recipient of this year’s emerging artist award from The Davey Foundation. She is the co-director of Ogden’s Good Company Theatre and the Marketing & Box Office Manager for Onstage Ogden. Before her current posts, she tooled around the art world a bit before the Great Recession forced her to come to her senses. She received her BA in Art History from the University of Utah, and her MA in Exhibition and Museum Studies from the San Francisco Art Institute.
K.L. Alberts (Costume Designer) is happy to be working with Plan-B again this season, having previously designed AN EVENING WITH TWO AWFUL MEN and THE ICE FRONT. He has worked with Pioneer Theatre Company for the past 32 seasons, where he has designed a wide range of shows, including favorites LES MISERABLES (regional premiere), PRIVATE LIVES and THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHTTIME. K.L. has also designed BIG RIVER, AH! WILDERNESS and this season’s JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT, among others for Utah Shakespeare Festival.
Flo Bravo (Orderly) is thrilled to make her Plan-B debut after participating in the reading of ODA MIGHT in The Lab earlier this year. She holds a B.A. in acting and directing from Weber State University, where she appeared in NINE CIRCLES and W;T, directed a student production of SEMINAR and successfully dabbled in grant writing. Flo enjoys working on new plays and is thrilled to work with a company whose work she has admired over the years.
Cheryl Ann Cluff (Director/Sound Designer) co-founded Plan-B in 1991 and has served as Managing Director since 1995. She has designed sound for nearly every Plan-B production since 2000 and directed all 13 episodes of RADIO HOUR. Cheryl Ann’s recent directing credits include Jennifer Kokai and Oliver Kokai-Means’ ZOMBIE THOUGHTS and Elaine Jarvik’s RIVER.SWAMP.CAVE.MOUNTAIN., BASED ON A TRUE STORY and AN EVENING WITH TWO AWFUL MEN.
Dee-Dee Darby-Duffin (Patient) returns to Plan-B, where her credits include THE THIRD CROSSING, NOTHING PERSONAL, MAMA, THE EDIBLE COMPLEX, (IN)DIVISIBLE, THE WEIRD PLAY and AN EVENING WITH TWO AWFUL MEN. Her short play “DoLs” was read as part of the Script-In-Hand Series last season. Put your phones away. Choose to be present in this moment.
Jennifer Freed* (Stage Manager) Is so happy to be back at work with Plan-B for another season. She would like to dedicate her work on ODA MIGHT to two friends she will miss forever: Davey, whose voice pops up in her playlist periodically, and Eric, an exceptional Diet Coke lover.
Keven Myhre (Set Designer) is delighted to return to Plan-B after designing GOOD STANDING, THE ICE FRONT and ONE BIG UNION. He has been honored with the Thomas DeGaetani Award for Outstanding Lifetime Contribution to the performing arts and entertainment industry by United States Institute for Theatre Technology; Salt Lake City’s Mayor’s Artist Award in the Performing Arts; and a Best of Utah Arty Award from City Weekly for directing/design. Keven holds an MFA from University of Michigan and a BFA from the University of Utah. He is Operations Director for UtahPresents at Kingsbury Hall.
William Peterson (Lighting Designer) makes his Plan-B debut. He is Technical Director/Stage Manager for Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company and a freelance lighting designer. Recent designs include DEATH OF A DRIVER, THE WOLVES, SURELY GOODNESS AND MERCY and STAG’S LEAP (Salt Lake Acting Company) and CONSTELLATIONS (Good Company Theatre, where he spent several seasons as resident lighting designer). William received the National Barbizon Award for Excellence in Lighting Design from the Kennedy Center. He holds a BA in Theatre Arts (Design/Tech) from Weber State University and is Production Stage Manager for California State University Summer Arts. william-peterson.com
Yolanda Stange* (Doctor) returns to Plan-B, following …OF COLOR, MARRY CHRISTMAS and a slew of readings. She has appeared in over 100 industrial films, 50 feature films, 15 television shows and three national commercials. In 2015 she opened her own production company (Radical Hospitality) and casting agency (Stange Casting LLC). Recent credits include James Lafferty’s film “Everybody’s Doing Great,” appeared onstage in SURELY GOODNESS AND MERCY (SLAC) and work as a series regular on “The Outpost” (CW). When not on set or on stage, she runs Stange Realty with her husband Chris. Proud member, SAG and AEA.
*Member, Actors’ Equity Association
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