November 11 - 13, 2011

20-year-old Eugene Morris Jerome, from Brooklyn, is drafted into the United States Army during World War II. As a young army recruit, Eugene must go through basic training and learn about Life and Love with a capital ‘L’ along with some harsher lessons, while stationed at boot camp in Biloxi, Mississippi in 1943. Biloxi Blues won Neil Simon a Tony Award for Best Play in 1985.

Directed by Rainee Angles

By Neil Simon

The Cast (in order of appearance)

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    Michael White

    Roy Selridge

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    Dusty Willoughby

    Joseph Wykowski

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    Cody Pollard

    Don Carney

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    Deven Rine

    Eugene Morris Jerome

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    Quinn Pickering-Polstra

    Arnold Epstein

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    Bryan Kessinger

    Sgt. Merwin J. Toomey

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    Charles Stevenson

    James Hennesey

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    Jenna Horick


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    Kelly Devine

    Daisy Hannigan

The Staff

Production Team

Director: Rainee Angles
Stage Manager: Kat Castle
Production Design: Rainee Angles and Abraham Martin
Costume Design: Laura Martin
Sound Design: Austin Daniels
Publicity Manager: Benjamin Gullett

The Crew

Master Carpenter: Brent Angles
Set Construction: Brandon Dickey, Mark Holmes, Abraham Martin, Caleb Macaluso, Matt Olaker, Seth Potts, Charles Stevenson
Light Board Operator: Seth Potts
Sound Board Operator: Austin Daniels
Props Master: Megan Marvin
Props / Run Crew: Jenna Milstead, Leo Young
Make-up / Dressers: Marcella Bolitho, Samantha Manns
Dramaturg / Outreach: Lisa Tilton
Publicity / House: Hannah Hengler, Alicia Jones
Photographer: Sarah Jo Beyersdoerfer

Production Photos

Special Thanks

David Allen     Steve Bikowsky     Dr. Kevin Boys     Thomas Burns     Central LRC     Bob Curtis     Becca Griffith     The Highland County Press     Mike Knauff     Dr. Ryan McCall     Bryan McComas     SSCC Faculty, Staff & Administration     SSCC Student Government     Ayla Stirnaman     Don & Becky Storer     Sgt. Jeremy Stump     Brumal Tactical     The Times-Gazette     Sgt. Christian Watros     Staff Sgt. Gary Weekes