Cast and Crew Get Ready for SWOSU Production of Daddy's Dyin, Who's Got the Will?


Daddy's Dyin, Who's Got the Will?
Cast and crew members are (front from left): Tyler Powell, Woodward, light board op; Randi Wallace, Hobart, stage manager; Rusty Edwards, Kingfisher, Harmony; Samuel Jennings, Weatherford, Buford; Tanner Fisher, Calumet, costume designer; Mindy Herb, Benbrook TX, crew; Anne Wicker, Cody NE, crew; and August Fletcher, Oklahoma City, lighting designer. Back from left-Nikki Evans-Taylor, Lubbock TX, crew; Sarajane Bidwell, Norman, Sara Lee; Dayna Robinson, Altus, scenic designer; Tiffany Tuggle, Hollis, Evalita; Jess Moore, Burns Flat, Orville; Ariana Farris, Fay, Mama Wheelis; Jamie King, Fairview, Marlene; Hannah Otto, Yukon, Lurlene; Eryn Brooks, Woodward, crew; and Edward Pierce, Guymon, sound board op.

Daddy's Dyin, Who's Got the Will?
Comforting Buford (center, played by Samuel Jennings, Weatherford) the “Daddy” during his final days on earth are (from left) children Lurlene (Hannah Otto, Yukon), Orville (Jess Moore, Burns Flat), Sara Lee (Sarajane Bidwell, Norman) and Evalita (Tiffany Tuggle, Hollis). All are Southwestern Oklahoma State University students in the comedy Daddy’s Dyin’, Who’s Got The Will? that is being staged this Thursday through Saturday, April 24-26.

Daddy's Dyin, Who's Got the Will?
Marlene (Jamie King, Fairview) and Harmony (Rusty Edwards, Kingfisher) are wild characters in the Southwestern Oklahoma State University production of Daddy’s Dyin’, Who’s Got the Will?

Cast and crew members are getting ready for Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s production of the comedy Daddy’s Dyin’, Who’s got the Will? that will be staged April 24-26 on the Weatherford campus.

Performances are at 7:30 p.m. each evening in the Old Science Building Auditorium on the Weatherford campus. Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for non-SWOSU students, and free for individuals with an SWOSU I.D. This theatrical production will be the final one presented in the Old Science Building Auditorium. The SWOSU Communication & Theatre Department will begin producing plays in the newly-constructed blackbox theatre this fall.