LA Tech Theatre Announces Cast!!!

Louisiana Tech University

The Louisiana Tech Stone Theatre is proud to announce the cast for the upcoming production of Our Town. Dr. Kenneth Robbins, Director of the School of Performing Arts, will direct. Our Town performances are scheduled to run October 26th – 29th and November 2nd – 5th at 7:30 p.m. in Stone Theatre, located in the Howard Center for the Performing Arts, on the Corner of Adams Boulevard and West Arizona Avenue. The Box Office, located in the lobby of Howard Auditorium, will open for general admission on October 17th. The Box Office hours are Monday – Friday, 1:30 p.m. – 4:45 p.m., and the number is 318-257-3942.

The cast for Our Town includes: Chris “Lito” Tamez as the Stage Manager, Matthew Ferguson as Dr. Gibbs, Tyler Lokey as Joe Crowell/Si Crowell/Baseball Player 1, Ryan Gentry as Howie Newsome/First Dead Man, Rachael Pace as Mrs. Gibbs, Alicia Goodman as Mrs. Webb, Jake Guinn as George Gibbs, Alma Moegle as Rebecca Gibbs, Brandon Gantt as Wally Webb, Payton Wilburn as Emily Webb, Associate Dean Wiloughby as Professor Willard, Ryan Ferrebee as Mr. Webb, Sidney Davis as Simon Stimson, Destiny Garcia as Mrs. Soames, Ben “Dutch” Porch as Constable Warren/Second Dead Man, Stephen Vick as Sam Craig, Taylor Pittman as Joe Stoddard, Holly Bricker as First Dead Woman, M’Kayla Love as Second Dead Woman.

Described by The San Francisco Chronicle as “[A] richly timeless commentary on nothing less than the tragicomedy of human existence,” Our Town has been considered an American Classic since it debuted on Broadway in 1938. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, the play has seen four Broadway revivals, the most recent garnering a Tony Award nomination for Paul Newman. This simple, yet beautifully told, story draws us in to witness the everyday lives of the citizens of Grover’s Corners as they deal with the changes wrought by the turning of the Twentieth Century. Poignant, heart-felt, funny, sad, and insightful, this masterpiece is certain to entertain you. Join us, won’t you?