The Hundred Flowers Project / by R. Sheth

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October 16–November 23, 2014

The Midwest Premiere
Written by Christopher Chen
Directed by Joanie Schultz

Digital media becomes the perfect "ally" for a group of actors collectively creating a play about Mao Tse Tung's Cultural Revolution. As their work-in-progress starts morphing into a propaganda play about the play itself, disturbing questions arise as to who, or what, is controlling the narrative.

Cast

Mel | Mia Park*
Mike | F. Karmann Bajuyo
Julie, Journalist | Melissa Canciller
Sam | Kroydell Galima
Aidan | Yousof Sultani
Lily | Hannah Toriumi
Understudy for Aidan, Sam | Fin Coe
Understudy for Mike | Jay Españo
Understudy for Lily | Miriam Lee
Understudy for Julie, Journalist, Mel | Stephanie Shum

Production Team

Producer | Malik Gillani
Producer | Jamil Khoury
Playwright | Christopher Chen
Director | Joanie Schultz †
Production Manager | Corey Pond
Stage Manager | Helen Colleen Lattyak*
Scenic Designer | Chelsea M. Warren
Costume Designer | Izumi Inaba
Lighting Designer | Sarah K. Hughey §
Video and Projections Designer | Michael J. Stanfill
Sound Designer | Peter J. Storms
Props Designer | Jesse Gaffney
Fight Choreographer | Nick Sandys
Dramaturg | Neal Ryan Shaw
Casting Director | Becca McCracken, Claire Simon Casting
Technical Director | Jason Pikscher
Assistant Director | Helen Young
Assistant Stage Manager | Hana Kadoyama
Master Electrician | Kristof Janezic
Video Technician | Paul Deziel
Social Media Coordinator | Mary Nano
Box Office Manager | Al Gillani
House Manager | Lindsay Byrne
Program Editor | Sarah Ibis
Press and Archive Photographer | Michael Brosilow
Video Services | Teletech
Video Editor | Deann Baker

* Member of Actor's Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers.

† Member of Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation, which exists to foster, promote and develop the creativity and craft of stage directors and choreographers.

§ Member of United Scenic Artists, the union of professional designers, artists, and craftspeople.