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Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said

by Philip K. Dick
directed by Anthony Moseley
On October 11th, 1988, 30 million viewers eagerly watch television star Jason Taverner's prime-time variety show. On October 12th, Jason Taverner is a man who has lost not only his audience, but also all proof of his existence. The award-winning science fiction novel by Philip K. Dick, Linda Hartinian's adaptation explores the meaning of celebrity and the surrealities of identity, space and time. This production is directed by Anthony Moseley, Executive Artistic Director of Collaboraction, and features the talents of the graduating class of MFA in Acting candidates
May 14, 2009 - May 23, 2009
The cast features
Annie Calhoun (Mary Anne Dominic), Tosha Fowler (Alys Buckman), Andrew Gallant (Herb), Edward Karch (Jason Taverner), Megan Kohl (Heather Hart), Lindsay Leopold (Marilyn Mason / Kathy), David Monagas (McNulty), Clay Sanderson (Felix Buckman), Jamila Turner Young (Ruth Rae).

The production team includes scenic design by Kalif Aljami,
costume design by Rossella S. Nitti, lighting design by Chase Corman, sound design by Cristina DeRisi, draping/cutting by Camilla Hansen, stage management by Jillian Anderson, and dramaturgy by Kelly Hires-Greene.