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by J. Patrick Moss

Le Petit’s last show of the season, directed by Edwina Yakupzack, is J. Patrick Moss’s “Beautiful, Crazy.” To woo Alicia (Jernae Bolden), Jim (Terrance Bonvillain) tells her that he is a director and can get her the lead role in an upcoming play. Jim convinces his roommate, Cindy (Brooks Washington), to stage his “play” in the psychiatric wing of the hospital, where she works as a nurse. When Alicia arrives at the psychiatric ward, Jim tells her that the psychiatric patients are method actors and are all part of the play. Alicia meets her fellow “cast members,” who include a catatonic woman, a pathological liar, a patient with multiple personalities, and an autistic savant (Justine Fucci, Danielle Marchive, Julie Jeansonne, Gordon Doiron, and Sidney Thibodeaux). But when a nurse supervisor (Gayle Walters Barrios), a security guard (Haden Sasser), and the hospital’s regional director (Patti Loupe) arrive, the patients must play sane and the sane must play crazy. What ensues is an evening of full-blown madness!

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May 03, 2019

May 12, 2019

Edwina Yakupzak

Production Staff:

Justine Fucci
Danielle Marchive
Julie Jeansonne
Gordon Doiron
Sidney Thibodeaux
Haden Sasser
Gayle Walters Barrios
Patti Loupe
Jernae Bolden
Terrance Bonvillain
Brooks Washington