2002-2003 Season

Luna Stage Production History. Celebrating 26 Seasons!

January 30 - February 23, 2003

Behind the Scenes at the Museum

Based on the novel by Kate Atkinson

*** World Premiere***

Adapted and directed by James Glossman

The self-told story of Ruby Lenox, begun before her mid-century birth, and racing toward her millennial present. A wild steeplechase through the sometimes tragic, often funny and endlessly surprising funhouse of the 20th century, this play is also the multilayered story of a family tree, with its many generations, conflicts, secrets and traditions.

Setting: Backstage in an unfinished performance space, in the industrial North.
Time and Place: Various decades of the twentieth century, and before, in and around York, England.
Starring: Brendan Byrnes, Robert Carr, Rebecca Ellis, Deb Hiett, Megan Muckelmann, Paul Murphy, K.E. Scelsa, and Linda Setzer.
Production and Design: Kirk Mouser (Production Stage Manager), Michael Aquino (Assistant Stage Manager), Richard Currie (Set/Lighting Design), Bettina Bierly (Costume Design), Vin Scelsa (Sound Design), Garlanda Washington(Light Board Operator), Peter Jacobs (Poster/Program Design), Robert K. Reddy (Character Art), Penny Laughman (Wardrobe), Ceallaigh Pender (Production Assistant) and Lucas Carine (Production Assistant).

Behind the Scenes at the Museum
Behind the Scenes at the Museum
Behind the Scenes at the Museum