by: Sophie Treadwell
Directed by: Jennifer Tuder
Scenic and Lighting design: David R. Borron
Costume design: Stephanie Faith Lundgren

October 14-19
Performing Arts Center – Center Stage

A young woman with a steady job and comfortable home embarks on an illicit love affair and winds up murdering her husband. A shocking story - isn't it? First produced in 1928, Sophie Treadwell's "Machinal" tells the story of all ordinary women forced to exchange their freedom for security. Step by step, this average woman discovers that each aspect of her life is nothing more than a series of traps. Radical in its views and style, "Machinal" continues to provoke audiences with its enduring question: "If this were your life, what would you do?"



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Young Woman - Jennifer Iacarella
Lover (2nd man) - David de los Santos
Husband (Jones) - Hector Chavarria
Mother - Elizabeth Morgan
Telephone Girl / Matron - Jessica Smith
Stenographer / Nurse - Amelia Lisi
Clerk / Doctor / Lawyer for the Prosecution - Adam Smith
Man at Table 2 / Bailiff / Jailer - Ben Pauley
Filing Clerk / Boy / Reporter - Christian La Bissoniere
1st Man / Lawyer for the Defense - Sam Harvey
Man at Table 1 / Judge / Priest - Rick Petzoldt

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