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The Last Night of Ballyhoo
By Alfred Uhry

Chad Borden, Randi Lynne Weidman, Judy Walstrum

Scenic Design
Lighting Design
Sound Design
Costume Design
Dialect Coach
Original Music
Assistant Director
Stage Manager
Light Operator
Sound Operators

House Manager
Graphic Art
Original Floor Plan Design
Set Construction

Scenic Painting

Associate Lighting Designer
Master Electrician
Light Rigging

Properties Assistant

Scott Segal
Barbara Beckley
Alex Grayman
David Flad
Robbin E. Broad
Allison Achauer
Joel Goldes
Shaun Drew
Richard Hardin
Ryann Gerber
Becky Johnson
Tara Grant
Brent Beath
Dina Franklyn
D. Ewing Woodruff
Eden Bernardy
James Terry Welden
Susan Gratch
Jeremy S. Bryden
Gabriel Holguin
Brian E. Staubach
Nicholas Vincenti
Martin Weeks
Colleen Bresnahan
Patrice Mudd
Timothy Sellers
Henry Sume
Jeremy S. Bryden
Anjali Bal
Ryan Hood
Jaclin Ostoforoff
Michael Thayer
Patricia Cullen

Lala Levy
Reba Freitag
Boo Levy
Adolph Freitag
Joe Farkas
Sunny Freitag
Peachy Weil
Randi Lynne Weidman
Leslie Bartlett
Judy Walstrum
Blaise Messinger
Gil Bernardi
Mia Wesley
Chad Borden

Music from Gone With the Wind
by Max Steiner

Atlanta, Georgia - December 1939

The action takes place in Adolph Freitag’s house, 
at the Standard Club, and aboard the Crescent Limited.

Scene One: Early evening, several weeks before Christmas
Scene Two: An hour later
  Scene Three: Five days later
  Scene Four: Eight o’clock the following morning
  Scene Five: Eleven o’clock that night

Scene One: The next morning
  Scene Two: That night
  Scene Three: Christmas Day
  Scene Four: The next night
  Scene Five: An hour later
  Scene Six: Several hours later
  Scene Seven: Two weeks later

Winner of the 1997 Tony Award for Best Play, and written by  the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Driving Miss Daisy, The Last Night of Ballyhoo is a charming and bittersweet comedy set in Atlanta on the eve of World War II. It’s Christmas, 1939.  Gone With the Wind is having its world premiere and Hitler is invading Poland. Meanwhile, a segment of Atlanta’s Jewish elite is more concerned with who will be attending Ballyhoo, the social event of the season. The arrival of a  handsome stranger from New York forces the Freitag family to deal with who they really are as they are pulled apart and mended again with plenty of gentle comedy, sweet romance, and unexpected turns. 

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