by Holland Taylor


SEPT 1-9
Ivy Tech Waldron Auditorium


Set Designer
Costume Designer
Lighting Designer
Sound Designer
Wig Designer
Props Designer
Master Electrician
Master Carpenter
Production Manager
Stage Manager
Mary Beth Fisher
Courtney O’Neill
Alexandra Morphet
Heather Gilbert
Mike Price
Gary Arave
Sarah Sandberg
Bridget Williams
Matt Woods
Marc Tschida
Kate Hershberger
Ann Richards
Diane Kondrat


Diane KondDiane Kondratrat (Ann) returns to Bloomington for Ann. After living in Bloomington for 27 years, she relocated to Portland, Oregon in 2013.  The shows she has done in Portland include Middletown, The New Electric Ballroom, and a turn as Ronald Reagan, Queen Elizabeth I, and Hitler (!) in Passion Play.  She’s also been on NBC’s Grimm, and just finished a role in a girl-centric feature film. While living in Bloomington, she headed an independent theatre company, Oasis Productions, that brought shows like Bold Girls, Gertrude Stein and A Companion, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, and One Flea Spare to central Indiana.  She also worked with Nell Weatherwax for years doing What If? social issues interactive theatre in prisons and schools.  The Phoenix Theatre was her Indianapolis home, giving her roles in shows like August: Osage County, Miss Witherspoon, Square One, and Marvin’s Room.  Her Cardinal productions were Our Town, boom, Doubt, The Unveiling, Grapes of Wrath, O Lovely Glowworm, and Red Hot Patriot.

Mary Beth Fisher (Director) most recently appeared as Mary Tyrone in Long Day’s Journey Into Night at Court Theatre. Other Chicago credits include: Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike, The Little Foxes, The Seagull, The Clean House, God of Carnage, and many others (Goodman Theatre); Domesticated, Dead Man’s Cell Phone, The Dresser (Steppenwolf): Year of Magical Thinking (Jeff Award), Angels In America, Glass Menagerie, Travesties, The Wild Duck (Court Theatre); White Guy on The Bus (Northlight), and many others. NY Credits include: The Night of The Iguana (Roundabout); By The Sea, The Radical Mystique, and Boy Gets Girl—Drama League Honoree, Drama Desk and Lucile Lortel nominations (Manhattan Theatre Club); Franks’s Home (Playwrights’ Horizons). She has worked in regional theatres all over the country, most recently in Luna Gale— L.A. Drama Critics Award Best Leading Performance 2015 (Center Theatre Group). TV/FILM: Sense8, Chicago Fire, Chicago Code, Without A Trace, Profiler, NYPD Blue, Dragonfly, and more. Ms. Fisher is an Inaugural Lunt-Fontanne Fellow and was a Beinecke Fellow at Yale University. Ann marks her directorial debut.