The Cosmonaut's Last Message to the Women He Once Loved in the Former Soviet Union
Senior Company 2013
The Department of Theater's Senior Company 2013 presents David Greig's The cosmonaut's last message to the woman he once loved in the former Soviet Union.
A forgotten cosmonaut and the daughter he left behind.
A polite stranger in a suit.
A failing marriage.
Cosmonaut is an epic journey littered with televisions, airports, tape recorders, strip clubs, and a visit to Norway. Scottish Playwright David Greig presents us with individuals desperately attempting to communicate as their efforts amount to nothing but static. Cosmonaut takes us through that attempt, moving to assemble these "orbiting fragments of life" into, as Greig puts it, "a story that makes sense."
Directed by Meryl Sands and Sebastian Bravo Montenegro. Senior Company ensemble includes: Jeannette Leopold, Kari Olmon, Vianca Masucci, Sophia Naylor, Sebastian Bravo Montenegro, and Meryl Sands. Stage Managing by Emily Melnick, Scenic Design by Eric Verhasselt, Media Design by Fernando Maldonado, Props Design by Katie Goldman, Costume Design by Laila Swanson, Lighting Design by James Murphy, and Sound Design by Adam Riggar. An amateur production, free and open to the public.
When: December 7th & 8th at 8pm and December 8th & 9th at 2PM
Where: LPAC Frear Ensemble Theatre