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Butterflies Are Free 1997 Last Modified: Thursday, December 18, 2008
Butterflies Are Free
by Leonard Gershe
Directed by Jan McKillip
July 1997

Synopsis

From Samuel French:

Young Don Baker, hero of his mother's children's book series, "Donny Dark" has been blind since birth, his overprotective mother following his every move. Don finally decides to take his own apartment in Manhattan and pursue his songwriting ambitions. When she meets his kooky neighbor, sexy actress Jill, Mrs. Baker's controlling instincts go into overdrive with hilariously touching results. A hit in New York and later a film starring Goldie Hawn.

"A lovely play. It is funny when it means to be, sentimental when it is so inclined, and heartwarming." -N.Y. Daily News

"A charming play...humorous, winning and quietly moving." -N.Y. Post


Published by Samuel French.

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CAST
Role Actor
Don Baker: Win Noble
Jill Tanner: Lisa Davis
Mrs. Baker: Jan McKillip
Ralph Austin: Mark Ayers
Our Crew
Director/Set Design: Jan McKillip
Co-Director/Stage Manager: Suzi Dennis
Lights and Sound: Jan McKillip
Dave McKillip
John Citron
Set Construction Crew: Bill Tanzyus
Jim Dodd
Mark Britton
Jan McKillip
Michael Kirby
Set Artist: Suzi Dennis
House: Elva Hansen
Carolyn Dodd
Jessie Proven
Props: Sarah Danley
Julie Matheny
Joanne Matheny
Costumes: Cast
Lobby Artist: Dean White
Concessions: Alice Anderson and Board
Posters and Programs: William G. White
Publicity: Hank Deutsch
Opening Night Reception: Jean Russell
Don Russell
A Special Thank You:
Hot Springy Dingy
Kay and David Campbell
Dillard Department Store
Waldenbooks

Our sincere apology to all those whom we inadvertantly omitted.


A special thanks to ALL of those who have worked so hard to make Pocket Theatre the success it is!!