INCIDENT AT VICHY
Liberty Exhibition Hall [Northside]
The Governor of Ohio has just issued a ban on gatherings of 100 people or more. Please note this will NOT affect any performances of Incident At Vichy as maximum seating capacity is 75 people. All performances WILL continue as scheduled with hand sanitizer located in the building. When we reach our capacity of 75 people, our doors will close.
Directed by Alan Kootsher
Cast: Scott Unes as LeBeau, Kurt Kishler as Bayard, Chris Bishop as Marchand, Don Baker as Guard, Bob Brunner as Monceau, Jeremy Spitzig as Gypsy, Jim Waldfogle as Waiter, Jim Watson as Major, Michael Loos as Detective, Clint Bramkamp as Old Jew, John McInerney as Leduc, Jamie Ball as Police Captain, Lon Nease as Von Berg, Billy Bie as Professor, Robert Eveslage as Ferrand & Luke Randazzo as The Boy
An intense, meaningful play that deals with the Nazis’ inhuman treatment of the Jews – and the burden of guilt which all men must share. In 1942, in a makeshift detention room of a Vichy train station, eight men have been picked up for questioning. As they wait to be called, they wonder why they were chosen. One by one they disappear for interrogation until only two remain. The startling turn of events at the end of this gripping play redeems, at least in part, the concern and honor of decent men everywhere.
- Fri-Sat, March 13-14 at 8pm
- Sun, March 15 at 3pm
- Fri-Sat, March 20-21 at 8pm
- Sun, March 22 at 3pm