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George Bernard Shaw's 'Major Barbara'


Directed by David Morden
Music Direction by Dawn Sellers

September 8–25, 2011

Thursday–Saturday 7:30 P.M., Sunday 2:00 P.M.

Musical Preshow by the Del Pueblo Brass Quintet begins 15 minutes before curtain
Discussion with the cast and director follows all performances

Preview Night Thursday September 8, 7:30 P.M.
Half-Price Nights Thursdays September 15 & 22, 7:30 P.M.
$15 Student Rush 15 minutes before curtain

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The Rogue Theatre at The Historic Y
300 East University Boulevard

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Andrew Undershaft is a millionaire weapons manufacturer. His daughter, Barbara, is a Major in the Salvation Army. When the two of them are reunited after many years, what follows is a fascinating and uneasy debate about the best way to save a man’s soul—with bullets or bread, cannons or Christ. Filled with humor, pathos and some of Shaw’s most challenging ideas, this show is guaranteed to spark fierce post-show discussions.

Joseph McGrath’s performance is supported in part by a generous gift from Joan & Doug Cook.


Marissa Garcia (Barbara Undershaft) and Matt Bowdren (Adolphus Cusins)

Marissa Garcia (Barbara Undershaft) and Matt Bowdren (Adolphus Cusins)

Marissa Garcia (Barbara Undershaft), Joseph McGrath (Andrew Undershaft) and Matt Walley (Bill Walker)

Marissa Garcia (Barbara Undershaft), Joseph McGrath (Andrew Undershaft) and Matt Walley (Bill Walker)

Lucas Gonzales (Snobby Price) and Leanné Whitewolf Charlton (Rummy Mitchens)

Lucas Gonzales (Snobby Price) and Leanné Whitewolf Charlton (Rummy Mitchens)

Photos by Tim Fuller

Matt Bowdren (Adolphus Cusins) and Marissa Garcia (Barbara Undershaft)

Del Pueblo Brass Quintet performs the music preshow

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About the poster


Major Barbara September, 2011:

Major Barbara, at Rogue Theatre, seems like a modern discussion
Armaments, altruism bandied about in social critique from 1905

Review of Major Barbara by Kathleen Allen in the September 16 Arizona Daily Star

Across the Big Pond
A classic work at the Rogue Theatre offers a compelling discussion

Review of Major Barbara by Sherilyn Forrester in the September 15 Tucson Weekly

Shaw’s wit, themes from 1905 remain relevant
Rogue Theatre stages comedy-laced drama
Major Barbara

Preview of Major Barbara by Kathleen Allen in the September 2 Arizona Daily Star

Lee Rayment (Stephen Undershaft), Cynthia Meier (Lady Britomart Undershaft), Joseph McGrath (Andrew Undershaft), Marissa Garcia (Barbara Undershaft), Jennifer Rose Hijazi  (Sarah Undershaft), Daniel Thomson (Charles Lomax) and Matt Bowdren (Adolphus Cusins)

Lee Rayment (Stephen Undershaft), Cynthia Meier (Lady Britomart Undershaft), Joseph McGrath (Andrew Undershaft), Marissa Garcia (Barbara Undershaft), Jennifer Rose Hijazi  (Sarah Undershaft), Daniel Thomson (Charles Lomax) and Matt Bowdren (Adolphus Cusins)

Photo by Tim Fuller



David Morden (Director, Dialect Coach)

David Morden (Director) directed The Rogue’s productions of Ghosts, A Delicate Balance, The Goat (2008 Arizona Daily Star Mac Award), Six Characters in Search of an Author and Krapp’s Last Tape, Not I and Act Without Words. He has appeared with The Rogue Theatre as Rinieri in The Decameron, Stephano in The Tempest, Brabantio and Montano in Othello, Editor Webb in Our Town, in the ensembles of Animal Farm and Orlando, as Madame Pace in Six Characters in Search of an Author, The Pope in Red Noses, Yephikhov in The Cherry Orchard, The Man in the Silver Dress in the preshow to The Maids and Glaucus in Endymion. He has acted locally with Arizona Opera (The Pirates of Penzance, The Threepenny Opera, among others), Arizona Onstage Productions (Assassins), Actors Theatre (The Bible: The Complete Word of God (Abridged)) and Green Thursday Theatre Project (Anger Box, Rain), of which he was a co-founder. David has also directed productions with Green Thursday, Oasis Chamber Opera, DreamerGirl Productions, and Arts for All.

Director’s Notes

I first saw this play when I was quite young; I remember seeing the movie version in high school, with the brilliant Wendy Hiller playing Barbara. When I was 24, I saw the stage version and it made an even stronger impression on me. Even now, I can remember the uneasiness I felt watching characters that I really liked saying things that I didn’t particularly like—or saying things that made perfect sense but didn’t fit with my world view, my “morality.” I often gauge whether a play is of any value by whether or not I’m still thinking about it the morning after I see the performance. Major Barbara is a play that I am still thinking about 26 years after the performance. The complexity of the discussion contained therein is breathtaking.

When I was offered the chance to direct this play, I already had vacation plans in place for the end of August. I readily changed those plans because I knew this show had too much to offer for me to pass it up. I was not disappointed by my choice. It has been a rare privilege to explore the skill and intelligence with which George Bernard Shaw crafted this play. More importantly, it has been a beautiful challenge to listen to the arguments of the characters each night in rehearsal and weigh them in my mind and test their validity. This play has expanded my conception of the world. It has allowed me to accept things that I previously considered unworthy of my respect and to reject ideas that are too easy or too pat. It has allowed me to look at my life in a more “whole-istic” way and has allowed me to better understand the views of others who don’t think like me. Perhaps I rhapsodize, but of all the plays of which I have been a part, either as actor or director, Major Barbara is one of the most powerful. I very much hope that you catch some of that power as you watch the play today. And, of course, I look forward to hearing what you discover in this play; what you think of Mr. Shaw’s arguments.

On a personal note, I would like to acknowledge the many brilliant partners I had in crafting this play—all of whom brought unique insights to each and every rehearsal. A director dreams of a production team like this one. I am forever grateful to each of them for their generosity and adventurous spirits.

Dedicated to Anne Morden, the greatest teacher of all.

—David Morden, Director of Major Barbara


Marissa Garcia (Barbara Undershaft), Matt Bowdren (Adolphus Cusins) and Joseph McGrath (Andrew Undershaft)

Marissa Garcia (Barbara Undershaft), Matt Bowdren (Adolphus Cusins) and Joseph McGrath (Andrew Undershaft)

Photo by Tim Fuller

in order of appearance

Lady Britomart Undershaft Cynthia Meier
Stephen Undershaft Lee Rayment
Barbara Undershaft Marissa Garcia
Sarah Undershaft Jennifer Rose Hijazi 
Charles Lomax, engaged to Sarah Daniel Thomson
Adolphus Cusins, engaged to Barbara Matt Bowdren
Morrison Paul Barby
Andrew Undershaft Joseph McGrath
Rummy Mitchens Leanné Whitewolf Charlton
Snobby Price Lucas Gonzales
Peter Shirley David Greenwood
Jenny Hill Dylan Page
Bill Walker Matt Walley
Mrs. Baines Kathryn Kellner


Cast Biographies

Paul Barby (Morrison)

Paul Barby (Morrison) returns to The Rogue for a second time, his first role being Simon Stimson, the drunken choir director in Our Town. In the early 1960s he studied acting at the American Academy for Dramatic Arts, New York City, followed by two years with Lee Strasberg. He appeared professionally during the 1960s and 1970s in numerous musicals produced by the Pittsburg Civic Light Opera, the St. Louis Muny Opera, Houston’s Sharps Town Music Theatre and the Albuquerque Civic Light Opera. From the early 1980s until moving to Tucson in 2006, he focused on family business responsibilities back in Oklahoma with occasional roles in local community productions. After that protracted period away from the theater, he is pleased to work with the very talented people at The Rogue.

Matt Bowdren (Adolphus Cusins) is the current Resident Artist of The Rogue Theatre. Past credits at The Rogue include Arthur in New-Found-Land, Moon in The Real Inspector Hound, Benjamin in The Four of Us, the Director in Six Characters in Search of an Author and Billy in The Goat. Matt graduated with his BFA in Acting from the University of Arizona, and is pursuing his MFA in Acting at the University of Georgia. Matt is one of the founding members of The Now Theatre, which co-produces the “Rogue After Curfew” series, where he was recently seen as Tupolski in The Pillowman. Other acting credits include Hamlet (Live Theatre Workshop), Betrayal, The Shape of Things (University of Georgia), Titus Andronicus, Romeo and Juliet, and Biloxi Blues (Arizona Repertory Theatre). In New York City, he toured in Midsummer Night's Dream with Hudson Shakespeare Co., and Somewhere in Between with Collaborative Stages.

Matt Bowdren (Adolphus Cusins)
Leanne Whitewolf Charlton (Rummy Mitchens)

Leanné Whitewolf Charlton (Rummy Mitchens) has previously performed with The Rogue Theatre in The Real Inspector Hound, Endymion, Red Noses, The Good Woman of Setzuan and The Tempest. She received her BFA in Acting from the University of Arizona in May and was last seen as Anna Trumbell in the ART production of What I Did Last Summer, Corin in As You Like It, Edith Frank in The Diary of Anne Frank, and others. Other favorite Arizona credits include Maud Moon/Albertine in Borderland’s production of Dust Eaters, as well as Linda Waterman in Fiction for Beowulf Alley Theatre. Leanné earned her Actors' Equity Association candidacy as the understudy for Amanda in the Arizona Theatre Company production of The Glass Menagerie and as Grandma Kurnitz in ATC’s production of Lost in Yonkers.

Marissa Garcia (Barbara Undershaft) is a Tucson native and received her BFA in Acting/Directing from the University of Arizona. Since graduating, Marissa has performed and directed with companies throughout Arizona, Colorado and California. She was seen on Los Angeles stages in premieres of Bernardo Solano’s Lost and Evangeline Ordaz’s Visitors’ Guide to Arivaca, a show she was also involved in here with Borderlands Theater. Other credits include: Ana in Living Out (2005 Mac Award Nominee–Best Actress), Julia in School of the Americas (Borderlands Theater); Thomasina in Arcadia, Cordelia in King Lear (Arizona Repertory Theatre); and Evelyn in Close Ties (Catalina Players). Marissa would like to dedicate her performance to Christopher Patrick Ellis.

Marissa Garcia (Barbara Undershaft)
Lucas Gonzales (Snobby Price)

Lucas Gonzales (Snobby Price) has performed with The Now Theatre in Overruled and The Bald Soprano. Lucas’ past credits include Eurydice, Shining City, The Miracle Worker, Bus Stop, and others. Upon graduating from the UA, Lucas will be moving to Los Angeles in hopes of pursuing a career in acting.

David Greenwood (Peter Shirley) was a member of the cast of The Rogue Theatre’s first production, The Balcony, and has recently appeared in The Real Inspector Hound and The Decameron. He has appeared locally in Shining City and The Birthday Party at Beowulf Alley Theatre and The One-Armed Man, The Disposal and The Glass Menagerie at Tucson Art Theatre.

David Greenwood (Peter Shirley)
Jennifer Rose Hijazi (Sarah Undershaft)

Jennifer Rose Hijazi (Sarah Undershaft) is a senior musical theatre major at the University of Arizona. She has been seen in Arizona Onstage Productions’ The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and Arizona Repertory Theatre’s Dracula. She has performed with the Now Theatre in its production of Overruled. She thanks her family, friends, and educators for all of their love and support.

Kathryn Kellner (Mrs Baines) is returning to acting after a several year hiatus. Her professional acting career has included work in the areas of television, film, industrial film and training, voiceover, musical theatre, as well as regional theatre and off- Broadway. Locally, Kathryn was last seen at Invisible Theatre as Roseanne in Brilliant Traces and Christa McAuliffe in Defying Gravity. Kathryn has a BFA from the University of Arizona and continuing studies with the Royal National Theatre Studio, London. Kathryn runs the Kellner Studio, a multidisciplinary consulting and coaching practice that provides consultation and theatre based training in presentation skills and communication strategies. She has lectured and taught in the U.S. and Canada in the fields of higher education, law, science, and politics.

Kathryn Kellner (Mrs. Baines)
Joseph McGrath (Andrew Undershaft)

Joseph McGrath (Andrew Undershaft) is a graduate of the Juilliard School of Drama and is the Artistic Director for The Rogue Theatre for which he has performed in many of its plays. Joe has recently been seen as Bernard in New-Found-Land, Deely in Old Times, Caliban in The Tempest, Pastor Manders in Ghosts, The Man/Naga in Naga Mandala, and Iago in Othello. In 2009, Joe won the Arizona Daily Star Mac Award for Best Actor for his portrayal of Tobias in A Delicate Balance. Joe also authored and directed Immortal Longings for The Rogue and has directed The Balcony, Endymion, The Maids (winner of the Arizona Daily Star 2007 Mac Award for Best Play), Red Noses, Our Town, The Decameron and The Real Inspector Hound. He has toured with John Houseman’s Acting Company, performed with the Utah Shakespearean Festival, and he is a frequent performer with Ballet Tucson appearing in The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Cinderella, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Dracula and The Nutcracker. He has also performed with Arizona Theatre Company, Arizona Opera, Tucson Art Theatre, and Arizona OnStage.

Cynthia Meier (Lady Britomart Undershaft) is the Managing and Associate Artistic Director for The Rogue Theatre for which she has directed and acted in many plays. Most recently she was seen as Mrs. Drudge in The Real Inspector Hound, Pampinea in The Decameron and Mrs. Alving in Ghosts. In 2008, she received Arizona Daily Star’s Mac Award for Best Actress for her performance in The Rogue’s production of The Goat. Cynthia has also performed in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Arizona Repertory Theatre), A Streetcar Named Desire (Arizona Theatre Company), Blithe Spirit and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Michigan Repertory Theatre), Romeo & Juliet and Chicago Milagro (Borderlands Theatre), A Namib Spring (1999 National Play Award winner), and Smirnova’s Birthday, The Midnight Caller, and The Ballad of the Sad Cafe (Tucson Art Theatre). Cynthia holds a Ph.D. in Performance Studies from the University of Arizona.

Cynthia Meier (Lady Britomart Undershaft)
Dylan Page (Jenny Hill)

Dylan Page (Jenny Hill) performed with The Rogue Theatre in its recent production of The Real Inspector Hound. She recently played Janice in Member of the Wedding with Arizona Onstage Productions, Evelyn in The Shape of Things at the Arizona Repertory Theatre, Mona in Come Back to the Five and Dime Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean, Elizabeth in Pride and Prejudice and Margaret in The Triangle Factory Fire at Tucson High Magnet School.

Lee Rayment (Stephen Undershaft) is a graduate from the University of Northern Colorado. Lee has recently returned from a brief stint abroad. Some previous roles include Katurian in The Pillowman for The Now Theatre, Salieri in Amadeus, Pantalone in The Servant of Two Masters, and Mr. Cladwell in Urinetown.

Lee Rayment (Stephen Undershaft)
Daniel Thomson (Charles Lomax)

Daniel Thomson (Charles Lomax) is a Theatre, Film and Television student currently studying at the U of A. With The Now Theatre he has appeared in This Property is Condemned, A Night of Three Short Plays, The Bald Soprano, and G.B. Shaw’s Overruled, which he directed. Dan is a member of The Charles Darwin Experience, the University of Arizona’s only all-improv comedy group.

Matt Walley (Bill Walker), graduated from Dell’Arte International in 2009 with an MFA in Physical Ensemble Theatre. Since then he has performed with The Pinnacle Peak Pistoleros and their Wild West Stunt Shows, as well as with Stories that Soar! Matt has been seen at Live Theatre Workshop here in Tucson and has acted in New York, Chicago, and San Francisco. He is teaching acting this year at The University of Arizona.

Matt Walley (Bill Walker))

Marissa Garcia (Barbara Undershaft), Matt Bowdren (Adolphus Cusins), Joseph McGrath (Andrew Undershaft), Dylan Page (Jenny Hill) and Kathryn Kellner (Mrs. Baines)

Marissa Garcia (Barbara Undershaft), Matt Bowdren (Adolphus Cusins), Joseph McGrath (Andrew Undershaft), Dylan Page (Jenny Hill) and Kathryn Kellner (Mrs. Baines)

Photo by Tim Fuller



Dawn Sellers, Music Director
Del Pueblo Brass Quintet:
Trumpet Lorelei Conrad
Trumpet Ray Conrad
Tuba Rip Lowman
Horn Marcia Molter
Trombone Glenn Sprague

Musician Biographies

Dawn C. Sellers (Music Director)

Dawn C. Sellers (Music Director) performed in The Rogue’s production of Our Town, was Assistant Director for Naga Mandala, Assistant Director and pianist for Ghosts, and Music Director for The Tempest and Old Times. Dawn was a pianist, composer and educator prior to receiving an MFA in dramatic writing from Carnegie Mellon University. She has composed music for Off-Broadway and is published by Hal Leonard, Alfred and Kjos Music Publishers. In Tucson, her plays have been produced by This Side Up Productions, Beowulf Alley Theatre Company, Live Theatre Workshop, and Live Theatre Workshop’s Etcetera series, as well as The Arizona Women’s Theatre. She is also listed on, which features emerging women playwrights.

The Del Pueblo Brass Quintet, formed in Tucson in May of 2010,
is an ensemble that bursts with talent and experience.
Learn more about the quintet at their Website and enjoy their audio gallery.



Lieutenant Commander Lorelei Allison Conrad (Trumpet), became the Navy’s first woman selected to receive a commission as Bandmaster and Director of the Navy Band San Francisco. She became Associate Conductor of the United States Navy Band in Washington, DC, interim Music Program Liaison Officer for Chief of Information at the Pentagon, traveled around the world and conducted three performances with the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra.  Lorelei’s final assignment with the U.S. Navy was as Director of the U.S. Atlantic Fleet Band, the Navy’s largest Fleet Band. Currently, she lives in Green Valley with her husband, Ray, conducts the Green Valley Concert Band, an eighty-piece ensemble comprised of players ranging from 50 to 97 years of age, and has begun a new career in nursing.

Lorelei Allison Conrad (Trumpet)
Ray Conrad (Trumpet)

Ray Conrad (Trumpet)  attended the Armed Forces School of Music in Anacostia, Virginia. Assigned to COMNAVAIRPAC Unit Band #186 in San Diego, California, Ray performed “People to People” concerts in Japan, Hong Kong, Guam, the Philippians, Wake Island, and Hawaii. He played in the U.S. Naval Academy Band, Navy Band San Diego, Brooklyn Navy Yard Jazz, Concert and Ceremonial bands as well as Navy Band Seattle.  He’s even been heard playing with Santana. Ray remains active as a performer with the Tucson Concert Band, the Green Valley Concert Band, the Big Band Sounds, the Green Valley Stage Band, the Rhythm Gang, and the Bavarian Brass Band.

Rip Lowman (Tuba) played sousaphone at Duke University as an engineering student. He made it to the Orange Bowl, Orange Bowl parade and other Atlantic Coast Conference football venues in the marching band. During a long career as a Systems Engineer at IBM, Rip’s musical life was primarily piano playing for enjoyment. He has since rediscovered the joys of tuba. He plays with the Old Pueblo Brass Band, a British-style brass band in Tucson, Sonora Winds, a concert band, Cactus Brass, a social fun brass quintet and EuTuba, a tuba quartet consisting of two euphoniums and two tubas. As a diversion from tuba, Rip often plays one of his seven didgeridoos.

Rip Lowman (Tuba)
Marcia Molter (Horn)

Marcia Molter (Horn) began playing French horn in the seventh grade because it was the only available rental instrument at school. She won music lesson scholarships while in school, played in the Oregon All-State High School Band, the University of Oregon Summer Band Camp the Portland Junior Symphony. Putting aside the horn for 24 years while raising a family and working, she picked it up again in Seattle in 1993, playing with The Boeing Orchestra. She was a member of several community music groups in Seattle until she brought her horn to Tucson in 1999. Marcia now plays with the Arizona Symphonic Winds and Tucson Concert Band, the Old Pueblo Brass Band, a British-style brass band, and the 4th Cavalry/Old Arizona Brass Band, which plays authentic arrangements from the Civil War era through early 1900’s.  Marcia also plays piano and is currently employed as a software engineer.  Playing music preserves her sanity.

Glenn Sprague (Trombone) attended the Armed Forces School of Music and became a member of the Quantico, Virginia & Okinawa Marine bands. He attended Florida State University and marched at the 1994 FedEx Orange Bowl during the school’s first National Championship Game victory against the Nebraska Cornhuskers. He later transferred to Ohio State University where, as a member of the O.S.U. Jazz Ensemble, he toured Europe and performed at the Montreaux and North Sea Jazz Festivals.  Glenn currently teaches in the Tucson Unified School District, performs as bass trombonist for the Tucson Civic Orchestra and is active with his church orchestra and worship band.

Glenn Sprague (Trombone)

Music Director’s Notes

In 1878 Charles Fry and his three sons formed a brass quartet, played during outdoor meetings in Salisbury and immediately proved to be a success, not only calming rowdy, and sometimes, hostile crowds, but helping to promote the Salvationist's message of Jesus Christ as Savior. The Salvation Army's founder, William Booth, came to hear the quartet and started to use them in his own campaign. He recognized the power of music, even of a secular nature. He is said to have remarked, "Why should the Devil have all the good tunes?"

The paths of Booth and Shaw were destined to cross.

In the London of 1890, one might assume the words, “What is the use of the gospel of thrift to a man who had nothing to eat yesterday and has not three pence today to pay for his lodging tonight?” could have been written by Shaw, then music critic and political activist. So challenged In Darkest England The Way Out, a manifesto that declared allegedly Christian England was in no condition to compare itself favorably with the horror and degradation of central Africa. It argued salvation was not going to come by prayer but by drastic alteration of the social fabric.  

In actuality, Shaw would not get around to reading the publication until 1891 and its real author was the feisty “General” William Booth. Shaw, however, seems to have never forgotten a line of it. It’s no wonder the Salvation Army Band appears in Shaw’s play of 1905, Major Barbara, and therefore in our pre-show performance by The Del Pueblo Brass Quintet.

Each evening’s performance will be slightly different, selected from a longer list by our performers. Selections often reflect either the characteristic march quality of the traditional brass band of the period, such as Sousa’s Fairest of the Fair or Joplin’s Rosebud March, or they have a more religious tone, such as Just a Closer Walk with Thee or Amazing Grace, though not necessarily played in a traditional style. Shaw plays with irreverence, so will we.

The last theme heard prior to the start of the show will be Per te d’immenso giubilo from Lucia di Lammermoor byDonizetti. His heroine, Lucy, like Shaw’s Barbara, is expected to marry someone she’d rather not. In the opera, the music appears as everyone gathers for the wedding. Listen for the reference to the theme later in the play and enjoy!

—Dawn Sellers, Musical Director

Lee Rayment (Stephen Undershaft) and Cynthia Meier (Lady Britomart Undershaft)

Lee Rayment (Stephen Undershaft) and Cynthia Meier (Lady Britomart Undershaft)

Photo by Tim Fuller


Costume Design Cynthia Meier
Lighting Design Clint Bryson
Scenic Design Joseph McGrath

Production Staff

Stage Manager Leah Taylor
Dialect Coach David Morden
Costume Construction Cynthia Meier, Kathryn Kellner,
Norma Davenport, Karen DeLay,
Bronwyn Danielski,
and Angela Horchem
House Manager Susan Collinet
Box Office Manager Thomas Wentzel
Box Office Assistant Anna Swenson
Snack Bar Manager Leigh Moyer
Snack Bar Assistant Shannon Macke
Poster and Program Thomas Wentzel


Clint Bryson (Lighting Design)

Clint Bryson (Lighting Designer) has designed lights for nearly every Rogue Theatre production. Other lighting design credits include As Bees in Honey Drown and Golf Game for Borderlands, Woman in Black for Beowulf Alley, and The Seagull for Tucson Art Theatre. Clint is currently the Shop Foreman, Production Technical Director and Marketing Director for Catalina Foothills Theatre Department where he designs and coordinates the construction of all scenery. He is also a member of Rhino Staging Services, and a regular participant in Arizona Theatre Company’s Summer on Stage program where he designs and builds the scenery as well as teaches production classes.

Leah Taylor (Stage Manager) was Assistant to the Stage Manager for The Rogue Theatre’s The Decameron. She was Stage Manager for The Now Theatre’s The Pillowman, The Bald Soprano and Overruled. Other work includes shows with Winding Road Theatre Ensemble and Sacred Chicken Productions. Leah graduated from the University of Arizona in May 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts in Classics and Anthropology.

Leah Taylor (Stage Manager)
Susan Collinet, House Manager

Susan Collinet (House Manager) received her A.A. Degree from Pima Community College in 2005, and her B.A. in Creative Writing and English Literature from the UA in 2008. Previously, Susan spent twenty years in amateur theater as well as in the American Theater of Brussels and the Theatre de Chenois of Waterloo, Belgium. She has worked in such positions as volunteer bi-lingual guide in the Children’s Museum of Brussels and volunteer assistant Director of Development of the Arizona AIDS Project in Phoenix. Susan is currently peddling a manuscript of poetry for publication and working on collections of creative nonfiction and fiction. Her writing has won awards from Sandscript Magazine, the John Hearst Poetry Contest, and the Salem College for Women’s Center for Writing, and has been published in the 2010 Norton Anthology of Student’s Writing. In addition to being House Manager, Susan acts as Volunteer Coordinator for The Rogue.


Marissa Garcia (Barbara Undershaft) and David Greenwood (Peter Shirley)

Marissa Garcia (Barbara Undershaft) and David Greenwood (Peter Shirley)

Photo by Tim Fuller

Our Thanks

Paul Lucas   
Deon Dourlein
Clint Bryson   
Bob Waskowich
Kathryn Kellner
Peggy Kellner
Jan-Ruth Mills
Silver Sea
Vincenza Gagliano
Tim Fuller
      Arizona Daily Star      
 Tucson Weekly 
Chuck Graham
Shawn Burke
 Jesse Greenberg  
UA School of Music
Arizona Theatre Company
Catalina Foothills High School
The Salvation Army of Tucson


Performance Schedule for Major Barbara

Location: The Rogue Theatre at The Historic Y, 300 East University Boulevard
Free off-street parking! Click here to see map and parking information.

Performance run time is approximately 2 hours and 35 minutes, not including music preshow or post-show discussion. There will be one 10-minute intermission.

Thursday September 8, 2011, 7:30 pm PREVIEW
Friday September 9, 2011, 7:30 pm OPENING NIGHT
Saturday September 10, 2011, 7:30 pm
Sunday September 11, 2011, 2:00 pm matinee

Thursday September 15, 2011, 7:30 pm, HALF-PRICE NIGHT SOLD OUT
Friday September 16, 2011, 7:30 pm
Saturday September 17, 2011, 7:30 pm
Sunday September 18, 2011, 2:00 pm matinee

Thursday September 22, 2011, 7:30 pm, HALF-PRICE NIGHT SOLD OUT
Friday September 23, 2011, 7:30 pm
Saturday September 24, 2011, 7:30 pm
Sunday September 25, 2011, 2:00 pm matinee



Matt Bowdren (Adolphus Cusins) and Marissa Garcia (Barbara Undershaft)

Matt Bowdren (Adolphus Cusins) and Marissa Garcia (Barbara Undershaft)

Photo by Tim Fuller






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