Arts & Culture

IN THE SPOTLIGHT | 'Angels in America Part Two: Perestroika'

COURTESY BILOXI LITTLE THEATREBiloxi Little Theatre's 'Angels in America Part Two: Perestroika' cast members include Clayton Pennylegion, left, Kelly Norris, Jason Syverson, Cheryl Grace and Robert Newton.
COURTESY BILOXI LITTLE THEATREBiloxi Little Theatre's 'Angels in America Part Two: Perestroika' cast members include Clayton Pennylegion, left, Kelly Norris, Jason Syverson, Cheryl Grace and Robert Newton.

Presented by: Biloxi Little Theatre

Where: 220 Lee St.

Show times/dates: 8 p.m. Oct. 16-17, 2 p.m. Oct. 18, and 8 p.m. Oct. 22-24

Director: Gary Taylor

Assistant director: Rachel Rice

Stage manager: Maggie Marquez-Wooten

Assistant to stage manager: Mitchell Herrin

Scenic artist: Jerry Scott

Technical directors: Bill Collins and John Poelma

Design: Bill Collins, Judy Marquez, John Poelma, Rosemary Pursell, Jerry Scott, Gary Taylor and Maggie Marquez-Wooten

Spotlight operation: Kim Clemons

Sound design and operation: Gary Taylor

Props: Randy Brewer, Rosemary Pursell, Maggie Marquez-Wooten and Company

Seamstress: Judy Marquez

Language consultant: Milton Grishman

Kaddish consultant: Lori Beth Susman

Set construction: Marie Ballantyne, Kim Clemons, Jim Clemons, Bill Collins, Matthew Funk, Mitchell Herrin, Judy Marquez, John Poelma, Rosemary Pursell, Rachel Rice, Jerry Scott, Jason Syverson, Genie Talbert, Gary Taylor and Maggie Marquez-Wooten

Starring: Robert Newton, Matthew Funk, Jason Syverson, Mari Kenney, Jerry Scott, Tina Johnston, Mark Williams, A.J. Lawson, Larry Clark, Jim Rux, Cheryl Grace, Rachel Rice, Clayton Pennylegion, Genie Talbert, Marie Ballantyne, Kathe Newcomb, Marie Ballantyne, A.J. Lawson, Tina Johnson, Clayton Pennylegion, Jerry Scott, Genie Talbert and Joy Williams

Synopsis: Religion, politics, sex and death combine in this Pulitzer prize-winning play about an HIV patient who begins to hear voices and see visions -- but are they hallucinations or are they real? Set during the 1980s in the second Reagan administration, "Angels in America" is a swirling kaleidoscope of ghosts, dreams, political plots, disasters and unexpected miracles. Recommended for mature audiences due to strong language and adult situations.

Tickets: $15 general admission; and $12 senior, military and students

Reservations/details: 432-8543 or 4blt.org

  Comments