By Phillip H. McMath
April 11, 12, 13, 14, 2019
Directed by Margaret Pierson-Bates
Successfully presented in 2016 as a Reader’s Theater, is returning for a special
presentation. This tragedy takes place in the last week of President Abraham Lincoln’s life.
While sitting in the office at the desk of Jefferson Davis, president of the confederacy who
had fled, Lincoln fell asleep. Did he dream? The play performs the dream he might have
dreamed as John Wilkes Booth plots his assassination.
Frederick Douglass Charles Holloway
Edwin Booth Ian McMath
John Surratt Joshua Marshall
John Wilkes Booth Ricco Ardemagni
Mary Todd Lincoln Stefanie Johnston
Asia Booth Ivy McGrew
Elizabeth Keckley Felicia Richardson
Voodoo Woman Danette Scott Perry
Lee Hill Captain Graves
Barry Clifton John Brown
Tabitha Wallace Chorus /Harriet Bailey
Jason Green Chorus
Brooke Bellew Chorus
Max Green Young Lincoln / Asa
Deb Lewis Chorus / Laura Keene
Aaron Wallace Chorus / Young Booth
Tricia Spione Chorus
Austin Wallace Chorus / Hangman
TICKETS & TIMES
$12— Students & Seniors
Thursday, Friday and Saturday night curtain time is 7:30 PM.
Sunday afternoon curtain time is 2:30 PM.
The Box Office and the theater open one (1) hour prior to curtain.
The House opens 30 minutes prior to curtain.
Please arrive promptly. There will be no late admission.
No Refunds or Exchanges