Cast members selected for Brewton-Parker play ‘Louder than Words’
Cast members for Brewton-Parker College’s production of student Mark Stokes’ comedy-drama “Louder than Words” have been selected, Stokes has announced.
The play will be presented April 9, 11 and 12 in Gates Auditorium on the Brewton-Parker campus, with performances beginning nightly at 8.
Cast members, listed with their hometowns, classifications and roles, include: Chris Rainey, Thomasville freshman, as Bobby; John Tippins, Blackshear freshman, as Roger; Jordan Stevenot, Waycross sophomore, as Rocky; Daniel Peavy, Warner Robins freshman, as Ralph; David Symons, Augusta senior, as Leo; Ashley Poole, Athens sophomore, as Mindy; Courtney Thompson, Tifton junior, as Liz; Steven Dawson, Sandersville sophomore, as Golden; Josh Hartley, Sandersville junior, as the Concierge; and Angela Yarber, Woodstock senior, as Sheila.
Extras include Teresa Beverly, Griffin freshman; Andrea Gaston, Augusta freshman; Ben Knox, a freshman at Montgomery County High School from Glenwood; and Jason Waters, Brunswick sophomore.
Stage crew members are Brandi Harvey, Daytona Beach, Fla., senior, assistant director; Shannon Strickland, Dublin senior, stage manager; Nicky Stokes, Ludowici senior, painting and costumes; Jerrell Asberry, Vidalia junior, music and historical accuracy; Scott Welbourne, Perry sophomore, sound and lights; and Luke Stokes, 2002 graduate from Ludowici and utility maintenance worker at Brewton-Parker, set design and publicity.
Stokes, a Brewton-Parker senior from Ludowici, wrote the play as part of his playwriting class and is directing his work as an independent study project.
The play is set in the mobster era of the 1930s in the fictional metropolitan area of Babbleton. A stranger comes to town and the townspeople vividly notice that he is different.
While the townspeople try to find out who he is, conflicts between police and mobsters persist. As the townspeople try to find out more about the stranger, they in turn find out more about themselves through their own actions and discover the value of their actions is more so than their words.
For ticket information concerning group rates, contact Luke Stokes after 5 p.m. weekdays or on weekends at 583-3535.