“Charles Dickens's Great Expectations” at Brundage Park Playhouse

“Charles Dickens's Great Expectations”
by Robert Johanson

One of the greatest novels in the English language comes to life on stage. When GREAT EXPECTATIONS premiered in 1992, audiences and critics cheered this adaptation of the famous story of pride and ambition blinding the true values of life. Pip, a lowly blacksmith's apprentice has a secret benefactor who allows him to become a London gentleman. During the course of his journey, he meets a vast array of wonderful characters including the mad Miss Havisham, who shut herself up in her gloomy, haunted mansion after being jilted on her wedding day, and trains her adopted daughter, Estella, to break men's hearts. Gripping drama, delightful humor and a true Dickensian flavor all the while!

Performed by Brundage Park Playhouse
At Brundage Park Playhouse
Performances ran
Friday, October 9, 2009 thru Sunday, October 25, 2009
Directed by Rich Norman Has Bio
Assistant Directed by Lindsay Johnson
Fight Direction by Jonathan Young
Costume Design by Mark Carovale
Production Support by Kaitlin Buck
Lighting Design by Mark Carovale
Stage Managed by Lindsay Johnson
Set Designed by Nola Young
Light Operation by Luke Kostuchik
Sound Operation by Jonathan Young
Properties by Nola Young