2018 | Playwright | Full Length Play
Sometimes resistance looks like tea with a General.
Conflict rages in a fictional, modern-day Pannonia as refugees flood into neighboring Moesia. Pannonian ex-pat Jun Caprotina’s orphanage is practically overflowing with children lucky enough to get approval from the Moesian government to leave the camps. Moesian General J. Stator Terminalus is an upstanding general who thinks of himself as a steadying force in a volatile setting, but finds himself in a quandary about Jun’s extracurricular resistance activities. American reporter Min Pallas uses her newfound sense of rebellion to raise the visibility of what’s really at stake as the three find themselves trapped together in the midst of a sudden crisis and questioning loyalties, identity, and the ethical gray areas they each navigate.
|Date & Venue||Company|
|SF Olympians Festival VIII – Roman Holiday|
Directed by: Dan Wilson
Ashley Gennerelli (Min Pallas)
Matt Gunnison (Mars Alator)
Rebekah Kouy-Ghadosh (Carmen)
Brian Levi (General J. Stator Terminalis) Genevieve Perdue (Jun Caprotina)
Rick Roitinger (Mercer)
Lynda Sheridan (Iris)
Marissa Skudlarek (Stage Directions)
Stephanie Thomas (Lara)