Cultural Arts: Stages
LAST SUMMER AT BLUEFISH COVE
Set in 1980, this seminal American work explores the lesbian relationships of eight women at an out-of-the-way Long Island vacation spot as they encounter awakening, love, and personal tragedy. Not glossy, Madison Avenue “lesbian-chic,” these women are flawed, funny…and family. The play opens as Eva, newly separated from her husband, stumbles onto the enclave without knowing its special nature. She is befriended by Lil (who is harboring a secret) and is introduced to the Cove’s regulars. The summer unfolds as the women laugh, love, and say goodbye.
Official 25th Anniversary West Coast Production
Written by Jane Chambers
Directed by Sue Hamilton
Produced by Los Angeles LGBT Center/Jon Imparato
Executive Producers Lily Tomlin and Jane Wagner
Presented at the Center’s Davidson/Valentini Theatre on October 22, 2004
ANNIE……….Laura Philbin Coyle
Directed by Sue Hamilton; setting by Victoria Profitt; costumes by Ann Cross-Farley; lighting by Sandy Lee; sound by Bob Blackburn; production stage manager Patricia Sutherland, Terri Roberts; technical director Sandy Lee; assistant director Cerris Morgan-Moyer; associate producer Laura Philbin Coyle; assistant stage manager Chris Kleiner; hair and makeup by Mark Crowell; additional music by Gypsy Soul; and crew Chris Kleiner and Terri Roberts.