by Dana Leslie Goldstein

Directed by Susanna Frazer 

1976 wasn't just our Bicentennial.

As the country commemorates its revolution, three women engage in their own revolutionary activities.

Against the backdrop of post-Nixon America, they face ethical dilemmas, and question what it means to be faithful—to one’s values, one’s partner . . . and one's self.

Set Design:  Jennifer Varbalow
Lighting Design:  Dennis Parichy
Costume Design:  Annette Westerby
Sound Design:  Joe Marquet
Production Stage Manager:  Chelsea Parrish*
Production Manager:  Jonathan Weber
Assistant Production Manager:  Mary Ruth Baggott
Artistic Associate:  Robert McIntosh
Photos:  Gerry Goodstein


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* appears courtesy of Actors Equity Association.

†  Member, Society of Stage Directors & Choreographers.