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IU Theatre 2013: Cat On A Hot Tin Roof

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Cat On A Hot Tin Roof

By Tennessee Williams
Directed by Marti Maraden


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November 8, 9, 12-15, 2013 @ 7:30 p.m.
November 16 @ 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

Ruth N. Halls Theatre




Tennessee Williams’ heart-wrenching drama examines the web of deceit holding a wealthy Southern family together while threatening to tear them apart. Over the course of one sultry Mississippi night, the characters’ gentility disappears as accusations of greed, sexual desire, and dishonesty, long repressed, come to the fore. The Pulitzer Prize-winning play (Williams’ self-proclaimed favorite) forces the audience and characters alike to determine what is truth, what is a lie, and which lies have become the truth.

“It confronts head-on the big issue of American drama: the conflict between the necessary truth and
the consoling lie.” – The Guardian, UK

Themester 2013Thursday, November 7, at 5:30 p.m. Studio Theatre
2nd floor of the Lee Norvelle Theatre and Drama Center
"Connectedness and Family Dynamics in Tennessee Williams"
Director Marti Maraden in Conversation

Marti Maraden will discuss Tennessee Williams and the family dynamics of his characters in the IU Theatre production of Cat On A Hot Tin Roof. This discussion will explore both the play and Tennessee Williams' body of work relating to this theme.

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof  is part of the College of Arts and Sciences' semester-long initiative, "Themester 2013: Connectedness: Networks in a Complex World." Themester is a program that combines academic courses, public lectures and exhibits, film showings and other events and is intended to engage students and the entire community in a collective learning experience about a timely, even urgent, issue. For more information about Themester 2013, follow this link:


Delia Bratton (Dixie)

Nicole Bruce (Big Mama)

Zach Decker (Gooper)

Clayton Gerrard (Big Daddy)*

Jackson Goldberg (Reverend Tooker)

Amelia Huening (Trixie)

Aaron Kirkpatrick (Brick)*

David Koté (Lacey)

Mara Lefler (Mae)

Andrea Mellos (Margaret)*

Keith Orgain (Doctor Baugh)

Riley Paulin (Sonny)

* Denotes 3rd Year M.F.A. Thesis Role

Production Team

Marti Maraden (Director)

Sarah Wells (Assistant Director)

Lauren Ayn Lusk (Scenic Designer)

Eriko Terao (Costume Designer)

Lee Burckes (Lighting Designer)**

Suli Stuelpnagel (Sound Designer)

Meghan Potter (Technical Director/Technology)

Kristen Martino (Props Master)

Kaitlyn Louise Smith (Choreographer)

Leslie Boyden (Stage Manager)

Megan Gray (Assistant Stage Manager)

Henry A. McDaniel III (Voice, Texts, Dialects)

Adam McLean (Fight Choreographer)

** Denotes 3rd Year M.F.A. Thesis Design