• Lonesome Hollow

    October 15 – November 1, 2015

    by Lee Blessing

    Springs Ensemble Theatre continues its 6th season with LONESOME HOLLOW, opening October 15 and running through November 1, 2015.  Written by Pulitzer Prize-nominated playwright Lee Blessing, author of A WALK IN THE WOODS and TWO ROOMS, LONESOME HOLLOW takes place in the near future, where sexual offenders have been removed from society and placed in internment camps all over rural America. Offenders can be kept indefinitely, regardless of the severity of their offenses.

    Directed by Jonathan Margheim, a veteran of the Colorado Springs’ theatre scene and one of SET’s newest ensemble members, LONESEOME HOLLOW is the story of Tuck (Taylor Geiman). Tuck is a photographer who has served his sentence for sleeping with a teenage girl but he is still incarcerated with serial molester Nye (Emory John Collinson). When Tuck’s sister, Pearl (Sarah S. Shaver) attempts to gain her brother’s release, they must navigate the shady rules and regulations enforced by Glover, the camp’s director, (Steve Emily) and Mills (Rachel Baker), Glover’s right hand.

    Then the difficult questions arise. Is art pornography? Does sex equal love? Does the punishment fit the crime? As the men and women trapped behind the fences try to answer these questions, the true dark side of LONESOME HOLLOW emerges.

    Cast and Production Team

    Cast List:

    Tuck: Taylor Geiman

    Nye: Emory John Collinson

    Mills: Rachel Baker

    Glover: Steve Emily

    Pearl: Sarah S Shaver

    Production Team:

    Director: Jonathan Margheim

    Assistant Director: Crystal Carter

    Co-Producers: Steve Emily, Jenny Maloney, Matt Radcliffe

    Stage Manager:

    Set Design: June Scott Barfield

    Technical Director:

    Costume Design: Emory John Collinson

    Light Design: Brianna Pilon

    Sound Design:

    Props Design:

    Fight Choreography:

    Playbill Design: Matt Radcliffe

    Poster Design: Steve Emily/Matt Radcliffe

    Trailer Design: Steve Emily/Jenny Maloney

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