Extended by Popular Demand!
January 21 – February 7
Adobe Rose Presents
by Rebecca Gilman
Directed by Wendy Chapin
Veteran social worker Caroline will do whatever it takes to protect baby Luna Gale, but her well-intentioned mission is swayed by hidden motives, buried secrets, and moral ambiguity. Powerful and arresting, Luna grapples with the age-old question of whether the end justifies the means.
Saturday, January 23. 7:30pm
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Thursday-Saturday 7:30pm. Sundays 3pm.
Tickets $20. Students $15
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MAIRI CHANEL - Mairi is a member of the permanent company at Theaterwork and a native of Santa Fe. She trained at the Scott Sedita Studios in Los Angeles. Previous roles include Nyx/Chorus 4 in Theaterwork's Out of Thebes, Lady Macduff/The Second Wyrd Sister in Macbeth at the Santa Fe Playhouse, Susan Smith in The Susan Smith Tapes at the Saddleback Blackbox, and Chloe Baxter in Phoenix at the Camino Real Playhouse. In February she will be appearing as Ariel in Theaterwork's cutting of The Tempest, in the International Shakespeare Center's Speak the Speech: Director's Cuts event, commemorating the visit of Shakespeare's First Folio to the NM Museum of Art.
PETER CHAPMAN - Peter's many theater credits include Ironweed Production's 2015 production of Death of a Salesman (Biff), From Falling Down (Sammy), The Lion in Winter (John), The Threepenny Opera (Filch), Uncle Vanya (Astrov), The Destiny of Me (Ned), and The Tempest (Prospero). He has trained at William Esper Studios (NYC), British American Drama Academy (London), and with Wendy Chapin (Santa Fe). Film projects include Meow Wolf's House of Eternal Return, as Master Lucius Selig.
SABINA DUNN - in addition to working in television and radio in Australia, has appeared in a wide range of plays including A Comedy of Errors, The Green Bird, School for Scandal, Dona Rosita, La Ronde, The Mother, Los Invasores, Double Gothic by Michael Kirby, and Hunger by Peter Mattei. She has a B.A (Hons) in Drama, University of NSW, studied with Hayes Gordon OBE, AO, David Perry, John Barton CBE and currently with Wendy Chapin. In Santa Fe plays include Miss Jairus, Cathleen ni Houlihan, and Out of Thebes with Theaterwork, Gidion's Knot, Salome's Dance, and most recently the role of Caroline in Luna Gale at the Adobe Rose. Bonjour, la!.
LYNN GOODWIN - Lynn is excited to work with this wonderful ensemble cast and crew at Adobe Rose Theater! She first performed in Santa Fe in 1981, appearing as the Orange Girl in Cyrano de Bergerac with Michael York at the Santa Fe Festival Theater. As a member of the Ensemble Studio Theater in New York City, she worked directly with numerous accomplished artists, including playwrights Horton Foote, Richard Greenberg, and Romulus Linney; directors Curt Dempster, Billy Hopkins and Peter Zapp; and actors Helen Hunt, Rob Morrow and Diane Venora. She has played many roles off-Broadway and regionally, as well as principal and supporting roles in film and TV. With local playwright Dale Dunn, Lynn serves as Co-Artistic Director of Just Say It Theater, teaching playwriting-performance to artists intent on keeping live theater alive.
ADAM HARVEY - Luna Gale marks Adam's third production with Wendy Chapin – previous projects were Dale Dunn’s Our Place for the Santa Fe Rep’s Women’s Voices and last year’s production of Gideon’s Knot with Lisa Foster and Sabina Dunn, where he served as assistant to the director. As “JoyceGeek” (his performance-art pseudonym), he has performed around the world – New York, Los Angeles, Edinburgh, Dublin, San Francisco, Miami, Trieste, and of course Santa Fe, where he recently mounted Bloomsday Eleventy-One, an evening of readings from Ulysses at Warehouse 21. He is presently working with legendary rock bassist Mike Watt on a musical adaptation of chapter seven of Finnegans Wake. Film/television credits include day player roles in Longmire and Manhattan.
DYLAN MARSHALL - Dylan first started doing theater in Santa Fe as a protege working with IronWeed Productions on True West. He then performed with Ironweed in their production of Rabbit Hole and The Trip to Bountiful. Dylan was also an intern with Theaterwork, performing in Emil’s Enemies and The Tempest. Dylan then worked as docent and first mate aboard a replica of Columbus‘ ship the Pinta where he sailed the country and gave historical tours to thousands of school children. Upon returning home Dylan was recently seen in The Santa Fe Playhouse’s production of The Foreigner. He feels honored to be a part of Adobe Rose Theater, amped to work with its cast and crew in their first production and blessed to have so many inspirational and motivating people urging him along the way.
JOCELYN MONTOYA - A Native New Mexican, Jocelyn was exposed to the arts through The National Dance Institute of New Mexico. As a part of their pre-professional dance company, Jocelyn was able to perform for First Lady Laura Bush in Washington D.C. and in New York City at the Career Transition for Dancers before graduating from high school. Jocelyn graduated magna cum laude from The University of New Mexico with her B.A. in Dance. Upon graduation she received The Outstanding Senior Prize. After dancing with ARCOS dance company for a year Jocelyn began to pursue her passion for film and television further. Jocelyn has had the good fortune of performing in Italy and all over the United States including California, Michigan, and New York City. Most recent credits include commercials for Clinique, Estee lauder, and Holiday Inn Express. Jocelyn is grateful for the ever love and support from her teachers, mentors and family.
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