Lysistrata

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Lysistrata - by Aristophanes

Showdates: March 1-10, 2019

Join us as UAA theatre students work with a 2,400 year old anti-war, sex comedy that remains as relevant today and as dirty as ever. This bawdy comedy by the ancient Greek playwright Aristophanes, was first staged in 411 BCE. It is the comic account of one woman’s extraordinary mission to end the Peloponnesian War, by convincing the women of Greece to withhold sexual privileges from their husbands as a means of forcing the men to negotiate a peace. The men quickly learn that they can have war or sex, but NOT both.

This particular version of Lysistrata was adapted by Jeffery Henderson. Making the dialogue approachable, the jokes hilarious, and the play as ridiculous and bawdy as it was over two thousand years ago.

Performance run time: 80 minutes

Performances held at the UAA Mainstage Theatre, 3700 Alumni Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508

  • Cast

    Lysistrata, Alexandra McCall
    Calonice/Wife A/Reconciliation, Salem Collins
    Slave-Policewoman/Wife C, Lydia Thomas
    Myrrhine/Old Woman A, Angela Colavecchio
    Corinthian Woman/Old Woman B/Wife B/Athenian, Devan Hawkins
    Dungstown Woman/Magistrate/Spartan Herald, Kevin Lee
    Theban Woman/Slave-Policeman/Spartan Ambassador, Isaac Mendel
    Lampito/Wife C, Anna Padrick
    Spartan Guard/Piston/Athenian Ambassador, Shawn Eby
    Spartan Guard/Athenian Ambassador, James Peritz
    Men’s Chorus Leader, Ben Hagensieker
    Men’s Chorus #1, James Kendall
    Men’s Chorus #2, Richard Fulton
    Women’s Chorus Leader, Petra Murray
    Women’s Chorus #1, Lisa-Marie Lee
    Women’s Chorus #2, Kaeli Meno
    Slave-Policeman/Nurse, Robert Mintz


    Alexandra McCall is a senior theatre student at the University of Alaska Anchorage and will be graduating this spring. Her other university credits include Grace Fryer in Radium Girls (2017), Carin in Earthquake ‘64 (2018), Suzanne in Picasso at the Lapin Agile (2017),  and Viola in Twelfth Night (2014), among others. Most recently, Alexandra performed as Mench in New Kid, a theatre for young audiences tour that performed across the state. You can see Alexandra on the UAA stage once more this April as Emma in Betrayal.

    Salem Collins is a sophomore majoring in theatre and pre-veterinary studies. She plans on becoming a physical rehabilitator for animals once she finishes college. She has always loved everything creative whether it’s acting, drawing, clay work, or knitting.

    Lydia Thomas is a sophomore in the theatre department. She spends most of her time in the costume shop, including this semester making many of the costumes and masks for Lysistrata. This is Lydia’s first time acting in a UAA production. Previously she has performed at Pier One Theatre in Homer on shows such as Chicago, Home Games, Stage Kiss and she is excited to make her UAA debut. She has always loved acting, and is so excited to grow as an actor with the support of her family and the UAA theatre department.

    Angela Colavecchio is a third year theatre major at University of Alaska Anchorage. When Angela isn’t performing she is working as a nanny. She has done 8 shows at UAA including Radium Girls, And Then There Were None, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, and Eurydice. Angela’s claim to fame is that she has eaten an entire pint of Ben and Jerry’s in one sitting without actually being sad. When Angela grows up, she wants to eat a lot of cake and leave a really cool ghost.

    Devan Hawkins is ecstatic to be joining this dewiciouswy wewd and dewightfuwwy cwude cast in Awistophanes’ Lysistrata. Devan hails fwom the desowate corn and cattle countwy known onwy as Nebwaska but after two years of twudging through ice and snow, has officiawwy eawned her Awaska wesidency! Duwing this time, she has worked in short films, workshops, festivals and community productions in and around Anchowage. You may have seen her in BIZZAY’s The Human Condition (Awana), Quickdash Films’ Dasher (Abby) or that one computer wepair commercial! Her favowite theatre cwedits incwude Playhouse Creatures (Mrs. Betterton), Earthquake ’64 (Genie Chance), Silver Thaw (Shewwy), and Woyzeck (Mawie).

    Kevin Lee is happy to rejoin his cohorts at UAA for Lysistrata. A graduate of the theatre program, he has been in numerous productions at UAA and in the community. He is proud of the work the cast and crew have put into this production, and will gladly accept monetary gifts of appreciation on their behalf.

    Isaac Mendel has been doing theatre since the mid-naughties. He’s starred in Shakespearean comedies (Merry Wives of Windsor) and indie romantic dramas (My Eyes Adored You by Brandon Lawrence), but has never before had the honor of being a red-scare Spartan making penis jokes. He has a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics, which he’s clearly putting to good use.

    Anna Padrick is a junior majoring in Spanish and economics, and is delighted to return to her theatrical roots for her first full-scale UAA Main Stage theatre production. For the past three years, she has been an active member of the UAA dance community, but in 2018, she was roped back into the theatre world as Max Bialystok in an abridged version of The Producers for the spring directing scenes. This time around, she couldn’t miss the opportunity to work with her sister Becca, who is in her final semester at UAA. She’d also like to apologize to her grandmother for the content of the show (Sorry Gma Mikki!).

    Shawn Eby is a UAA Alumni and has been performing since 2008. He was a member of an improv troupe for several years and appreciates any opportunity to perform with like-minded individuals. Shawn takes opportunities as they present themselves, but his ultimate goal is to one day go to Mars.

    James Peritz is a junior at UAA, and is very honored and excited to be part of a rambunctious and hilarious production such as this. He has always loved to do comedy, and going as far and extreme as he can go, and is so happy to be part of this show where he can let his creative weirdness run free. James has also been in UAA’s production of Radium Girls as several salesmen characters, and has also been in other productions such as Hamlet at TBA Theatre and in While Ireland Holds These Graves as Paddy. One of his favorite physical comedy shows was Soapy Smith’s Alaskana Extravaganza as the bad guy Frostbite Fred, which had the honor of performing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2015. One of James’ favorites parts about theatre is the rehearsal process, when everyone is working together and bouncing new ideas off one another and being open to anything, and witnessing how the production has grown. He is so glad to have worked with such a creative and hilarious cast and team and wants to thank his director and everyone for letting him be a part of it.

    Ben Hagensieker studies theatre and dance at University Alaska Anchorage. Recent performances include The Veteran Spouse Project’s I Will Wait, New Kid, student directed plays Family 2.0 and Murder by Midnight, as well as the Fall 2018 UAA Student Dance Showcase.

    James Kendall is a filmmaker broadening his skill set studying theatre. A senior  theatre major with a performance concentration and a French minor at UAA, he hopes to graduate in the Fall of 2019. Lysistrata is his on-stage debut.

    Richard Fulton is a senior theatre major. Some of the previous UAA productions he performed in include a one act version of Woyzeck (Andres) for the UAA Directing II class, Radium Girls (Court, Board #3), and And Then There Were None (Narracott). He’s also performed in scenes for the UAA directing I class. Other productions include TBA’s Something Wicked (Guy), The Veterans Spouse Project’s I Will Wait (Janitor, Funeral Director), and TBA’s Zombie Survival Orientation (Zombie).

    Petra Murray is a senior theatre major with a performance focus. After Lysistrata, she will be taking part in the student Dance Showcase in April. Her favorite part of this show has been playing an old lady, which she has always been deep down inside.

    Lisa-Marie Lee is a graduate of the UAA Theatre and Dance program.  Her past roles include Vera Claythorne in And Then There Were None, The Dauphin in Marie Antoinette, Comrade Chin in M. Butterfly, and several other roles. When she is not onstage, Lisa-Marie enjoys spending time with her husband, Kevin, and her cat, Couscous.

    Kaeli Meno is going on her fourth year at UAA as a history and theatre dual major. Although her emphasis is in technical theatre she has performed in The Flick (Rose), Radium Girls (Mrs. Fryer/Board Member #1/Clerk) as well as the devised Earthquake ’64 (Anna/Blanche Clark). She has also directed Drowning Girls. She was the props master for New Kid and the dramaturg for Lysistrata. Kaeli is also involved on campus as the president of Wolfpack Theatre Club, and a member of the UAA debate team. Later in UAA’s season she will be stage managing Betrayal. She would like to thank the technical team that went into creating Lysistrata, and hopes that you all enjoy the rest of the season!

    Robert E. Mintz is an Anchorage lawyer who has been taking theatre classes at UAA for the past few years. This is the second theatre production he has been in (not counting junior high).

  • Creative

    Director, Ty Hewitt
    Assistant Director, Becca Padrick
    Dramaturge, Kaeli Meno
    Scenic Designer, Daniel Glen Carlgren
    Assistant Scenic Designer, Kylie Vanni
    Costume Designer, Colleen Alexis Metzger
    Lighting Designer, James Branstetter
    Lighting Design Advisor, Daniel J. Anteau
    Sound Designer, Krisha Manuel
    Technical Director, Daniel Glen Carlgren
    Production Manager, Daniel J. Anteau
    Props Designer, Marisa Mo Garrigues
    Movement/Combat Coach, Ty Hewitt
    Movement Research/Fight Captain, Angela Colavecchio
    Song & Dance Direction, Becca Padrick & Anna Padrick


    Ty Hewitt (Director) has worked as an actor, director, teacher and fight choreographer all around the country. He has directed Picasso at the Lapin Agile and Eurydice at UAA and The Tempest and Distracted at First City Players. Acting credits include Young Scrooge in Perseverance Theatre’s A Christmas Carol in Anchorage, Buried Child and Tongues (Profile Theatre), The Scene (Portland Playhouse), On The Table (Sojourn Theatre) and deCOMPOSITION (Seattle/NYC). New York: Opus D’Amour (Theatre Lab), Babel Tower (Round Table Ensemble), and Twelfth Night (Aquila Theatre, Lincoln Center). Ty has a BFA from Southern Oregon University and an MFA from UMKC.

    Becca Padrick is a senior at UAA, studying theatre and theatre performance. Some of her favorite productions she has directed include Waiting for Godot, The Producers, and The Man’s Bitch. In addition to directing, she is also an actor, playwright, and makeup artist. Becca’s senior thesis is in playwriting, and her most recent play, Punchline, was selected to be workshopped at the Mid-America Theatre Conference, where she’ll be going over Lysistrata’s closing weekend (Sorry Ty!). With an avid interest in classical text, musical theatre, and genital-based humor, Lysistrata was an excellent match for Becca’s sense and sensibilities (or lack thereof).

    Kaeli Meno is going on her fourth year at UAA as a history and theatre dual major. Although her emphasis is in technical theatre she has performed in The Flick (Rose), Radium Girls (Mrs. Fryer/Board Member #1/Clerk) as well as the devised Earthquake ’64 (Anna/Blanche Clark). She has also directed Drowning Girls. She was the props master for New Kid and the dramaturg for Lysistrata. Kaeli is also involved on campus as the president of Wolfpack Theatre Club, and a member of the UAA debate team. Later in UAA’s season she will be stage managing Betrayal. She would like to thank the technical team that went into creating Lysistrata, and hopes that you all enjoy the rest of the season!

    Daniel Glen Carlgren is currently the faculty scenic designer, projection designer, and technical director at the University of Alaska Anchorage. He received his BFA from Southern Oregon University in 2001 and his MFA from University of Oregon in 2012. Daniel’s recent credits include scenic and projection design, and technical direction for 44 Plays for 44 Presidents, Night of the Iguana, SPAMalot, Twelfth Night, and many others. Daniel has also worked on the automation for Julie Taymor’s Grendal and Wagner’s Ring Cycle for the Los Angeles Opera and Disney’s Aladdin at the 5th Avenue Theatre in Seattle, Washington. Daniel has worked as a scenery, staging and rigging specialist in the entertainment industry for many years.

    Kylie M. Vanni is a theatre major at UAA, hoping to graduate eventually.  She plans to continue her education in scenic design at a mysterious and unnamed graduate school in order to follow in the footsteps of her mentor. She is transgender and is incredibly grateful and thankful to find acceptance and love here at UAA.

    Colleen Alexis Metzger is a costume designer and technician whose work has taken her across the country. She has worked for the Santa Fe Opera in New Mexico, the Glimmerglass Opera in New York, The Barter Theatre in Virginia, Interlochen Center for the Arts in Michigan, Chautauqua Opera in New York, Perseverance Theatre in Juneau, Portland Stage Company in Maine, and most recently, Williamstown Theatre Festival in Massachusetts.

    James Branstetter is a Theatre Major at UAA. He has recently designed lights for 2017’s Dance in Performance, 2018’s Rain and Zoe Save the World and is currently working on Lysistrata. He loves reading, long walks in the shadows and believes that cats are the second most interesting creatures in existence. Can you guess the first?

    Daniel J. Anteau received a B.A. from the University of Alaska Anchorage and his M.F.A. in Lighting Design from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. In his academic career he has taught for the University of Alaska Anchorage as term technical director/lighting designer and The University of Hawaii as Assistant professor in Lighting Design and Technical Director. After returning to the University of Alaska Anchorage he now serves as professor in design and production manager. Daniel is also the academic advisor for the design and technical students, manages the light shop as well as sound, projections, and special effects. Professionally, Daniel’s lighting designs have been seen across Alaska & Hawaii, to New York City, and internationally to Africa. In Hawaii, Daniel continues to stay active as lighting designer working with Manoa Valley Theatre on their summer production.

    Krisha-Nicole Manuel is a senior at UAA majoring in theatre with a concentration in technical design. She has designed sound in most of the recent shows such as Playhouse Creatures, Rain and Zoe Save the World, and New Kid, and also designed lights for New Dances 2018. She has an affinity for art, technology, videography, and gaming, and hopes to show her creativity in one or all of these fields someday.

    Daniel Glen Carlgren is currently the faculty scenic designer, projection designer, and technical director at the University of Alaska Anchorage. He received his BFA from Southern Oregon University in 2001 and his MFA from University of Oregon in 2012. Daniel’s recent credits include scenic and projection design, and technical direction for 44 Plays for 44 Presidents, Night of the Iguana, SPAMalot, Twelfth Night, and many others. Daniel has also worked on the automation for Julie Taymor’s Grendal and Wagner’s Ring Cycle for the Los Angeles Opera and Disney’s Aladdin at the 5th Avenue Theatre in Seattle, Washington. Daniel has worked as a scenery, staging and rigging specialist in the entertainment industry for many years.

    Marisa Mo Garrigues is in her second semester at UAA. Highlights of her time at UAA have been performing as Doll Common in Playhouse Creatures last fall and making a shield with phallic adornments. She would like to thank Dan C. for letting her assist in this production and for encouraging her to pursue prop building.

    Ty Hewitt has worked as an actor, director, teacher and fight choreographer all around the country. He has directed Rain and Zoe Save the World, Picasso at the Lapin Agile and Eurydice at UAA and The Tempest and Distracted at First City Players. Acting credits include Young Scrooge in Perseverance Theatre’s A Christmas Carol in Anchorage, Buried Child and Tongues (Profile Theatre), The Scene (Portland Playhouse), On The Table (Sojourn Theatre) and deCOMPOSITION (Seattle/NYC). New York: Opus D’Amour (Theatre Lab), Babel Tower (Round Table Ensemble), and Twelfth Night (Aquila Theatre, Lincoln Center). Ty has a BFA from Southern Oregon University and an MFA from UMKC.

    Angela Colavecchio is a third year theatre major at University of Alaska Anchorage. When Angela isn’t performing she is working as a nanny. She has done 8 shows at UAA including Radium Girls, And Then There Were None, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, and Eurydice. Angela’s claim to fame is that she has eaten an entire pint of Ben and Jerry’s in one sitting without actually being sad. When Angela grows up, she wants to eat a lot of cake and leave a really cool ghost.

    Anna Padrick is a junior majoring in Spanish and economics, and is delighted to return to her theatrical roots for her first full-scale UAA Main Stage theatre production. For the past three years, she has been an active member of the UAA dance community, but in 2018, she was roped back into the theatre world as Max Bialystok in an abridged version of The Producers for the spring directing scenes. This time around, she couldn’t miss the opportunity to work with her sister Becca, who is in her final semester at UAA. She’d also like to apologize to her grandmother for the content of the show (Sorry Gma Mikki!).

    Becca Padrick is a senior at UAA, studying theatre and theatre performance. Some of her favorite productions she has directed include Waiting for Godot, The Producers, and The Man’s Bitch. In addition to directing, she is also an actor, playwright, and makeup artist. Becca’s senior thesis is in playwriting, and her most recent play, Punchline, was selected to be workshopped at the Mid-America Theatre Conference, where she’ll be going over Lysistrata’s closing weekend (Sorry Ty!). With an avid interest in classical text, musical theatre, and genital-based humor, Lysistrata was an excellent match for Becca’s sense and sensibilities (or lack thereof).

  • Crew

    Production
    Stage Manager, Renee Eichhorn
    Assistant Stage Manager, Carrie Guilford

    Scenery
    Scene Shop Supervisor, Kasey Murphey
    Scenic Artist, Myranda Bailey
    Scene Shop Assistants, Myranda Bailey, Paitton Reid
    Scenic Construction Crew, Students enrolled in THR 141, 295, & 495
    Scenic Painters, Students enrolled in THR 491
    Props Run Crew, Chase Knutson

    Costume
    Costume Shop Supervisor, Kaie Promish
    Costume Shop Assistants, Brighton Coggins, Hannah Coyne, Lydia Thomas
    Drapers, Brighton Coggins, Lydia Thomas, Hannah Coyne, Kayla Gonzalez
    Costume Craft Artisans, Lydia Thomas and Brighton Coggins
    Stitchers, Brooke Vencill, Rhiannon Leigh, Kat Banner, Morrigan Kellen, Tayla Hansen, Olivia Siegel, Chardonnay Stone
    Wardrobe, Brighton Coggins, Skylar McElwee, Tayla Hansen

    Light & Sound
    Light & Sound Board Operator, Bao Her
    Lighting Crew, Myranda Bailey, Brighton Coggins, Kayla Gonzales, Skylar McElwee, Lawrence Wynn, Chardonnay Stone, Courtney Meneses, Krisha Manuel, Isaac Kumpula, Chase Knutson, Kat Banner, Alexandra McCall, Brooke Vencill

    House
    Communications & Graphic Design: Asia Bauzon
    House Manager: Kylie Vanni
    Box Office: Lawrence Wynn, Emily Soule

  • Production Photos
     
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
    Lysistrata, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2019.
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