Northwest to present Steve Martin’s “Picasso at the Lapin Agile” Jan. 30 – Feb. 2

Einstein-FullInfo-PrintVersion-01The Northwest Mississippi Community College Division of Fine Arts will present Steve Martin’s “Picasso at the Lapin Agile.”  Performances will be held Thursday – Saturday, Jan. 30- Feb. 1 at 7 p.m. with a matinee on Sunday, Feb. 2 at 2 p.m. in the Fine Arts Auditorium on the Senatobia Campus.

Cast members for the play are Cameron Jones of Nesbit as “Freddy;” Candice Monteith of Southaven as “Gaston;” Cassie Banks, of Hernando High School as “Germaine;” Wesley Williamson of Olive Branch as “Albert Einstein;” Heather Pate of Greenwood as “Suzanne;” Milly Rone of Water Valley as “Sagot;” Drew Walker of Memphis as “Pablo Picasso;” Chip Malone of Lake Cormorant as “Schmendiman;” Leah Dill of Olive Branch as “The Countess;” Hailey Hubanks of Sarah as “Female Admirer” and Rob Smith of Hernando as “The Visitor.”

Crew members include Tony Penn of New London, Conn., stage manager; Hannah Herring of Horn Lake, lighting design; Stephanie Shaw, a guest designer from The University of Mississippi, costume design; Kreneice Reid of Water Valley, assistant stage manager; Taylor Smith, of Hernando High School, costume master and Kelli Hughes of Senatobia, props master. David Morgan, Northwest technical director, is the director and set designer for the play.

The play, written by noted comedian and actor Steve Martin, imagines a comedic meeting between Albert Einstein and Pablo Picasso in a Parisian café in 1904, just before the scientist changes the field of physics with his theory of relativity and the gifted artist transforms the art world with his cubism. Other characters come in and out of the bar to add to the comedy.

Tickets for the play are $10, General Admission, and $5 for seniors and students. Tickets are available at the door.

For more information, contact Morgan at 662-562-3332 or email dmorgan@northwestms.edu.

Story by LaJuan Tallo, Communications Assistant 

 

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