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Megan Terry's Home: Cast List (2 of 2)585 viewsThis multimedia production involved ... two different casts who alternated the performances. Each cast became the crew for the other cast’s production! ... Even though they were a great group of students, I never tried double casting a show again
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Megan Terry's Home: Programme: Front Cover584 views
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Thank You Poem from Carolyn Forché579 viewsImage provided by Sears Eldredge.
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The Architect and the Emperor of Assyria: Staff / Crew / Contributors579 views
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Balm in Gilead: Programme: Back Cover578 viewsImage provided by Sears Eldredge.
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Chautauqua: Setting Up578 viewsPhoto provided by Sears Eldredge.
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Labyrinth II (1973): The Guides on the Lower Level578 viewsPhoto provided by Sears Eldredge. Sears writes:

"The Guides led their groups down the wide stairs and into the lower level of the bldg. Each was led through the Labyrinth from a different starting point and the groups would pass in the halls on their ways to their next event."
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The Architect and the Emperor of Assyria: Programme Back Cover574 views
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Balm in Gilead (1974): Set572 viewsPhoto provided by Sears Eldredge.
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Mask Characterization Class - Tom Luce570 viewsPhoto provided by Sears Eldredge, who identifies the student as Tom Luce.
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Chautauqua: Programme563 viewsImage provided by Sears Eldredge. Sears writes:

"Chautauqua: Rediscovering the American Land — tour show for the Kellogg Center for Continuing Education. This was a multi-media show created by former JMC Dean, Gordon Rohman, who asked if I would work with him on it. Student actors from JMC mixed with several faculty from different disciplines on campus to create this traveling Chautauqua show.

We toured to five (I think it was) cities in Michigan. The performers also included the MSU Symphonic Band who played music at various intervals and the beautiful composition, “Touch of the Earth,” at the conclusion."
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Chautauqua: Stage Set562 viewsPhoto provided by Sears Eldredge. Sears writes:

"On the three large screens over the stage, were projected contemporary and historic images of the land and its use from the various regions of Michigan we traveled to."

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