Red Sky Morning by Tom Holloway
Mental illness often remains hidden in our society. It is easy to hide behind an often smiling face; without rash, or limp, or pallor. And yet for those experiencing it, the suffocating effects easily rival physical illnesses.
While the full mastery of such a highly technical play as Red Sky Morning is not quite a reality in this context, I do hope we succeed in touching your life with this honest and beautiful story, insightfully told from the inside out.
- Bec Willett, Director
Cast & Crew
EMILY DYER (G) is a thrilled to be a part of the WINGSPAN series and is eager to present this beautiful play to an audience tonight. Emily was last seen in Dandelion Theatre's production of The Hot Dog Stand and she regularly works with the Murder Mystery Company of Chicago.
CORY HARDIN (M) is thrilled to work with the fine folks at No Stakes. His credits include Porcelain (Prologue Theatre) and Scenes from an Execution (Runcible Theatre) as well as understudying at Steep Theatre, Chicago Dramatists, and Theatre Wit. He is represented by Actors Talent Group.
JIN YOU (W) is grateful to be working with No Stakes Theater Project and Bec Willett on her first attempt at an Australian accent in the beautifully written RED SKY MORNING. She trained at The Theatre School DePaul University many moons ago (many many) and is represented Paonessa Talent.
BEC WILLETT (DIRECTOR) is an Australian, Chicago-based director, designer, and playwright. Chicago theatres she has directed with include Prologue Theatre, Waltzing Mechanics, Chicago Dramatists, Dandelion Theatre, and Three Cat Productions. Both her Bachelor of Theatre Studies and Bachelor of Education were earned at QUT, Australia. Bec is proud to serve as a board member with No Stakes, and as a company member with Dandelion Theatre.
SUSAN GOSDICK* acted as dialect coach.
* denotes a member of No Stakes Theater Project