Christopher Durang's Baby with the Bathwater is a biting and biter work that...is surprisingly uplifting. Durang's take on the parent/child relationship is both humane and harshly critical.
The first act follows Helen and John in their attempts to raise "Baby." Their intentions are good, but te results are anything but. The second act follows their child, Daisy, in his struggles to cope with his eccentric and somewhat damaging childhood.
Although couched in comedy, the fractured lives of Helen, John, and Daisy have a firm basis in reality. In fact, it is the characters' all too real pain that grounds the play.
This rehearsal process has been amazing. I would like to thank the cast and crew for all their help. This production was truly a group effort and I couldn't have asked for a better staff.
|John|| Adam Atkinson|
|Nanny|| Alex Aspiazu|
| Kate/Ms. Pringle|| Beth Semler|
|Principal|| Carolyn Elliot|
|Daisy|| Sam McUmber|
| Therapist's Voice|| Matt Park|
|Director|| Clare Drobot|
| Assistant Director|| Brian Gray|
| Stage Managers|| Scott Dai|
| Special Thanks|| Michael Cox|
| Brian Namey|
| Technical Director||Fred Merkle|
| Set Designer||Paul Duston-Munoz|
| Lighting Designer||Maya Nigrosh |
| Assistant Lighting Designer||Aaron Tarnow |
| Sound Designer||Ross Kinder |
| Sound Board Op||Chris Marshall |
| Props Master||Marcus Lemmon |
|Paint Charge||Jai Sadeghi |
| Production Liaisons||Catherine Hofler |
| Public Relations||Joe McDermott |
|Build/Paint Crew||Ken Tew |