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Twilight of the Gods (play 2010)

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Twilight of the Gods (2010)
Poster designed by Derrick Castle

Twilight of the Gods: Great Minds Die Alike is an American play written by Wes Driver & Greg Greene and directed by Wes Driver, performed from 6 to 21 august 2010, at the Shamblin Theater (Lipscomb University Campus, Nashville, USA), starring Joshua Martin as Arthur Conan Doyle.

Arthur Conan Doyle, Mark Twain, H. G. Wells, Annie Oakley, Friedrich Nietzsche... These are just a few of the historical figures that convene, converse, and finally, fatally collide in this new comedic thriller where a dream for a modern utopia turns into a Gothic nightmare, and a battle of ideologies becomes a battle for survival.



Photos

© Photos Blackbird Theatre


Cast

  • Arthur Conan Doyle : Joshua Martin
  • Edgar Allan Poe : Tim Parker
  • Rasputin : Caleb Pritchett
  • Rudolf Steiner : Brad Forrister
  • James Cashill : Luciano Vignola
  • Florence Nightingale : Caroline Davis
  • Mary Baker Eddy : Wesley Paine
  • Annie Oakley : Bethany Jones
  • H. G. Wells : Patrick Kramer
  • Friedrich Nietzsche : Michael Slayton
  • Mark Twain : Don Maley
  • Emily : Ashley Thompson
  • Sarah : Britt Byrd


Crew

  • Director : Wes Driver
  • Playwright : Wes Driver, Greg Greene
  • Production Producer : Greg Greene
  • Co-Producer & Stage Manager : Tracy Dean
  • Assistant Producer : Whitney Vaughn
  • Set Designer : Jessica Slayton
  • Lighting Designer : Stephen Moss
  • Technical Supervisor : Jake Harbour
  • Sound : Brian Traughber
  • Marketing design : Derrick Castle




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