SWOSU Theatrical Students Present The Drawer Boy
September 26, 2006
Company members are (front from left): Tiffany Toggle, Hollis, makeup designer; Rachel Giacometti, Weatherford, costume designer; Mark Henry, Cordell, “Miles”; Eddie Gonzales, Woodward, lighting designer; Randi Wallace, Hobart, stage manager; Jess Moore, Burns Flat, “Angus” and sound designer; and Sam Jennings, Oklahoma City, “Morgan”. Back from left—Julie Barnett, Sentinel, graphics designer/dramaturgy; Lauren Helmke, Nashoba, light board operator; Amanda Tyson, Yukon, properties designer; and Misha Prichard, Weatherford, sound board operator.
These Southwestern Oklahoma State University students are part of the university’s first theatrical production of the 2006-07 year. The Drawer Boy, a combination of comedy and drama, is being staged September 27-30 on the Weatherford campus at 7:30 p.m. each night in the Old Science Building Auditorium. Tickets are $3 for adults, $1.50 for non-SWOSU students and free for individuals with an SWOSU I.D. card.
Jess Moore suffers from a previous brain injury while Mark Henry (back left) and Samuel Jennings discuss the situation in the Southwestern Oklahoma State University theatrical production of The Drawer Boy, which is being staged September 27-30 at 7:30 p.m. in the Old Science Building Auditorium on the Weatherford campus. The play is a mixture of comedy and drama, according to co-director Steve Strickler. Tickets are $3 for adults, $1.50 for non-SWOSU students and free for individuals with an SWOSU I.D. card. The three SWOSU students are the characters in the play. Moore is from Burns Flat, while Henry resides from nearby Cordell. Jennings is from Oklahoma City.