In Flagrante Gothicto

Gothico 8
Gothico 1
Gothico 7
Gothico 3
Gothico 2
AuthorAlice Dodd
Jillian Armenante
DirectorJillian Armenante
Date2000

Dates: August 25 – September 30, extended through October 22, 2000

Location: The McCadden Place Theater

Ensemble:
Headmaster-Sinai-Chief Sal-CaptainJim Anzide
Aunt Agnes-Countess-IslanderCindy Basco
Mrs. BernelyAnastasia Basil
Lilly-Monk-IslanderTom Beyer
(Unnamed Heroine)Alice Dodd
Victorine-IshtabeyEmma Jane Mezher
Dora-Olivette-IslanderShannon O'Hurley
Hampstead HamiltonWilliam Salyers
Father-Marquis-Sailor-PriestJohn Sylvain
Understudies: Wendy Abas, Richard Augustine, Peter Carrs, Nancy Fassett, Arianna Navarre, Jacob Sidney, Amy Thiel, Jennifer Toffel, David Paul Wichert
Production Team:
DirectorJillian Armenante
Assistant DirectorJulia Hamilton
Co-ProducersJim Anzide
Jillian Armenante
Production ManagerTim Sabourin
Production ConsultantMatt Sweeney
Scenic DesignGary Smoot
Scenic PainterGregory Music
Costume DesignM.E. Dunn
Lighting DesignDan Weingarten
Sound DesignJillian Armenante
Props DesignMichael Rainey
Assistant PropsAmy Thiel
Sound Board OperatorBeatrice Casini
Light Board OperatorSeth Cutler
Graphic DesignerNicole Hagedorn
Graphics EditorMark Hesselgrave
ProgramJonathan Winn
Fight ConsultantsThe Thrown Gauntlet
Pious Holiday Music Composed and Performed ByChris Jeffries
Ishtabey Theme Composed and Performed ByRay Wilcox
Jillian Armenante
Stage ManagerJulia Hamilton

Awards

Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards:
Production
Direction
Writing
Ted Schmitt Award (for outstanding world premiere of a new play)

L.A. Weekly Awards:
Playwriting
Comedy Ensemble

LA Weekly Award Nominations:
5 total

LA Weekly Pick of the Week

Garland Awards:
Production
Direction
Writing
Ensemble
Lead Actress – Alice Dodd

Ovation Award nomination:
Featured Actress – Anastasia Basil

2000 Maddy Awards:
Playwriting
Direction

LA Times Critics Choice

Press

“Satiric meatloaf of an exceptionally tasty order.” – LA Times
“A hilarious romp.” – Backstage West
“In Flagrante Gothicto, a Gothic romance parody at a tiny Hollywood theater, landed seven Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle nominations, more than any other production in this year’s competition, the organization announced Tuesday. “–Don Shirley, Times Theater Writer

 


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