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The Star-Spangled Girl
Theatre Productions
  • Mischelle L. McIntosh, Director
  • Robert Clements, Lighting Designer
  • Tim Phipps, Production Manager
  • Diane C. Merchant, Dramaturgy Coordinator
  • Rebecca M. Baker, Dialect Coach
Performance Dates
March 29-31, April 12, 14-15, 2012
Artistic Staff

Director: Mischelle L. McIntosh

Scenic Designer: Donald N.C. Jones

Costume Designer: Donald N.C. Jones

Lighting Designer: Robert Clements

Assistant to the Lighting Designer: James Lane

Stage Manager: Stephanie Anderson

Assistant Stage Manager: James Lane

Production Manager: Timothy Phipps

House Manager: Douglas Malcolm

Dramaturg: Samantha Sumler

Dramaturgy Coordinator: Diane Conrad Merchant

Dialect Coach: Rebecca Baker

In this uproarious comedy, we are introduced to Andy and Norman, producers of a protest magazine. Sophie, an Olympic swimmer and all-American girl who just moved into the apartment next door, pays the young men a good-neighbor visit. From that moment on, Norman is hopelessly smitten. His love for Sophie becomes an obsession, and he literally drives her crazy by ignoring her rejection and constantly interfering in her life. Meanwhile, Andy is preoccupied with fending off creditors and charming the landlady to avoid being evicted for not paying the rent. The situation is eventually resolved through a series of hilarious happenings set forth with the masterly skill and inventiveness that are the hallmarks of Neil Simon.
Publication Date
  • Star Spangled Girl,
  • Neil Simon,
  • Cedarville University,
  • theatre

By: Neil Simon

Citation Information
Mischelle L. McIntosh, Robert Clements, Tim Phipps, Diane C. Merchant, et al.. "The Star-Spangled Girl" Cedarville, OH(2012)
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