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Full cast and production team announced for Theatre Wesleyan's 'Stop Kiss'

09.30.2016 | By: Texas Wesleyan University

Theatre Wesleyan is pleased to announce the full cast and production team for the second production of the 2016/17 seasonStop Kiss By Diana Son.

Stop Kiss will be directed by senior theatre major, Colton Mallory, and will open on Nov. 10 for a limited run of seven performances through Nov. 20.

Tickets are now available for a pre-sale at the Theatre Wesleyan website. The Box Office will officially open on Oct. 31. For full performance schedule and box office information, please click here.

The cast includes: 

  • Giselle Saucedo as Callie
  • Jasmine West as Sara
  • Alfredo Tamayo as George
  • Gabriel Crowley as Peter
  • Connie Abed-Rabo as Mrs. Winsley/Nurse
  • Kevin Dawson as Detective Cole

The production team includes:

  • Directed by Colton Mallory
  • Stage Managed by Amanda Fitzgerald
  • Assistant Stage Managed by Holli Price and Alison Baron
  • Scenic Design by Karen Potter
  • Assistant Scenic Design by Jose Torres
  • Lighting Design by Christina Carter
  • Assistant Lighting Design by Richard "Gibby" Givans
  • Sound Design by Tobin Griffin
  • Assistant Sound Design by Jackie Puga
  • Costume Design by Clarissa Murillo
  • Assistant Costume Design by Brianna Hunter
  • Properties Design by Kimberly Owen
  • Assistant Properties Design by Kaitlin Hatton
  • Publicity Design by Tyler Guse
  • Technical Direction by Jorge Flores
  • Assistant Technical Direction by John Traxler

For more information, visit our website or Facebook.

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