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    The Awakening of Spring

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    THE AWAKENING OF SPRING by Frank Wedekind is a coming-of-age story about a group of teenagers finding their way in an oppressive society. The story centers around Melchior, an angsty and philosophizing teenage boy, his friend Moritz, a nervous boy, traumatized by puberty and questioning his place in life, and Wendla, a young girl with insatiable curiosity who desperately wants all her questions answered. The cast of characters includes schoolboys and girls who endure a rigorous academic lifestyle and talk about life, death, and sex, parents who don't know the best way to raise them, and teachers who look at them as statistics to control. Written in the late 1800s in Germany, the themes of this groundbreaking and controversial play are still relevant today. Directed by Lauren Katherine Pothier, see the play that inspired the hit Broadway musical Spring Awakening.


    Wendla - Darby Wilson
    Melchior - Aidan Costa
    Moritz - Adam Preston
    Ilse - Alyssa Germaine
    Martha - Deeyanna Duffie
    Thea/Ina - Rey Billups
    Hans/Rheinhold - Michael Eckenreiter
    Otto/Fliegentod/Diethelm - L.A. Busteed
    George/Habebald/Ruprecht - Brayden Fanti
    Ernst/Helmuth - Emily Maclean
    Frau Gabor/Zungenschlag - Courtney Satterley
    Sonnenstitch/Herr Gabor - Matthew Moos
    Frau Bergmann/Pastor Kahlbauch - Samantha Geer
    Herr Stefeil/Knuppeldick/Dr. von Brausepulver - Jonathan Klos

    Lauren Katherine Pothier - Director
    Riley Nedder - Assistant Director
    Megan Michelle Ruggiero - Stage Manager
    Jena Marie Pothier - Assistant Stage Manager
    Kayla Ribeiro - Intimacy Choreographer
    Jeremy Drolet - Set Designer & Head Carpenter
    Alexander Sprague - Lighting Designer
    Rebecca Maxfield - Sound Designer
    Lauren Katherine Pothier & Riley Nedder - Costume Designers

    Sponsored by Vast, Inc. & 134 Collaborative

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