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Under Milk Wood
- by Dylan Thomas
- directed by Dexter Bullard
Under Milk Wood originally written for the BBC with the subtitle A Play for Voices, is perhaps Thomas' most famous and enduring work now translated into over 50 languages. The play conjures the intimate dreams and innermost desires of the inhabitants of Llareggub - a small sea town somewhere in Wales. It's bawdy and beautiful, sad and sensual and through the music of language creates indelible, unforgettable images of humanity.
- May 12, 2005 - May 21, 2005
- DEPAUL'S MERLE RESKIN THEATRE
- (312) 922 1999
- The cast features
Michael Blum, Phillip James Brannon, Stephanie Bryant, Michael Chiappe, Thomas Christensen, Mica Cole, Nichole Green, Calvin Marty, Rebecca Morris, Tawny Ellain Newsome, Katherine Gwyneth Williams, Jeremy Young, Zach Zulauf, Alexa Kolb, T.J. Crawford.
The production team includes scenic design by Vanessa Conway, costume design by Angela Harner, lighting design by Matthew McHale-Rogers, sound design by Shawne E. Benson, dramaturgy by Gretl Satorius, stage management by Sara Poorman