September 9 – 25

* Includes violent and graphic images, adult language and heavy adult themes. Audience discretion advised.

Tickets

Adult $29
College/Educator $21
Youth $15

A riveting, highly theatrical docudrama about those dedicated to revolution against the U.S. government and the expulsion from “God’s Country” of non-Aryans. Three narrative spines are skillfully interwoven in this thought-provoking, unsettling, and challenging fare that examines America’s dark soul, and asks, “What can/should we do about it?”

Cast

ACTOR ONE – Charley Riggs (7 roles)

ACTOR TWO – Kathi Faulkner (Leatherman, Attorney for Randy Duey; Judith Berg)

ACTOR THREE – Jimmie Choate (Berg)

ACTOR FOUR – Lynne Doyle (Mueller, Prosecuting attorney; Wife of the farmer)

ACTOR FIVE – Henry Barre (Parmenter)

ACTOR SIX – Megan Hendrick (Zillah; Student; Anath White; Ms. Wiggens)

*ACTOR SEVEN – Tanmart Selby (7 roles)

ACTOR EIGHT – Daniel T. Cole (7 roles)

*ACTOR NINE – Brandonn Dominique (4 roles)

ACTOR TEN – Jeremy Guerrero-Heideman (Mathews; Skinhead)

ACTOR ELEVEN – Rik Robertson (Candidate; Mr. Jones; Ruark, Attorney for Bruce Pierce; Voice of the Court (except where noted)

BOY – Brennan Reisinger

Ric Goodwin

Ric Goodwin

Director

Ric Goodwin lists over 150 acting/directing credits throughout the U.S. He graduated from Ashland University with a BS in Education, an MA in Theatre from Akron University, and holds an MFA in Acting from Wayne State University where he was a member of the prestigious Hilberry Repertory Company in Detroit Michigan. Early in his career Ric was a stunt man in L.A. He is Professor of Theatre Emeritus from Ashland University following a 30-year teaching career. Since retiring to Florida, Ric has directed numerous productions for Lemon Bay Playhouse and Charlotte Players and also directed 27 Wagons Full Of Cotton for Venice Theatre at the Florida Community Theatre Conference five years ago which won “Best of Festival.” In addition to his freelance acting and directing, Ric also teaches theatre workshops and classes for Venice Theatre. Acting credits at VT include Al in The Sunshine Boys and Grandpa in You Can’t Take It With You. Most recently Ric was seen as Ray in Blackbird.