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1989-1990 Season

“JAZZ IS…”
October – November 1989
Steinbright Stage
A musical event featuring Miche Braden and Harold McKinney
Musical direction: Miche Braden
Scenic/Lighting Design: James F. Pyne, Jr. & Deborah D. Peretz
Stage Manager: Mark E. Abram

THE TRAVELING LADY
December 6 – 31, 1989
Main Stage
By Horton Foote
Directed by: Joan Vail Thorne
Scenic/Lighting Design: James F. Pyne, Jr.
Costume Design: P. Chelsea Harriman
Stage Manager: Thomas S. Spital
Sound Design: Charles T. Brastow

THE LAST GOOD MOMENT OF LILY BAKER
January 10 – February 4, 1990
Steinbright Stage
By Russell Davis
Directed by: Abigail Adams
Scenic/Lighting Design: James F. Pyne, Jr.
Costumes: P. Chelsea Harriman
Stage Manager: Mark E. Abram

THE DEVIL AND ALL HIS WORKS
May – June, 1990
Main Stage
By Ernest Joselovitz
Directed by: Michael Nash
Scenic Design: James F. Pyne, Jr.
Costumes: P. Chelsea Harriman
Stage Manager: Mark E. Abram
Lighting Design: James F. Pyne, Jr./Deborah D. Peretz
Original music/Sound Design: Adam Wernick
Music Director: G. Almasd Meshejian

BILLY BISHOP GOES TO WAR
June 6 – July 15, 1990
Steinbright Stage
By John Gray with Eric Peterson
A production of the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival
Directed by: Louis Rackoff
Scenic Design: Richard L. Smith
Costumes: Tony French
Stage Manager: Charles T. Brastow
Lighting Design: William “Bill” Savage

OUR TOWN
July – August 1990
Main Stage
By Thornton Wilder
Directed by: Danny Fruchter
Scenic Design: James F. Pyne, Jr.
Costumes: Shirley Horwith
Stage Manager: Mark E. Abram
Lighting Design: James F. Pyne, Jr./Deborah D. Peretz