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GLENBARD NORTH HIGH SCHOOL

SPEECH ARTS DEPARTMENT

presents
THE GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR

BY NIKOLAI GOGOL AN ADAPTATION BY PETER RABY BASED ON A TRANSLATION BY LEONID IGNATIEFF

FEBRUARY 23, 24, 25 1995

7:30 P.M.

DIRECTED BY CHARLES A BERGLUND'

SET DESIGNED BY STEVEN M. JACOBS'
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MAYOR, ANTON ANTONOVICH SKVOANIK DMUKHANOVSKY JUDGE, AMMOS FYODOROVICH LYAPKIN-TYAPKIN
DOCTOR KHRISTIAN IVANOVICH HUBNER

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C UITLA HUEZO°

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HUFANA'

DIRECTOR OF CHAFIITIES, ARTEMY FILIPPOVICH ZEMLYANIKA. DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION, LUKA LUKICH KHLOPOV

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JOHN RIDGEWAY
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TODD HENDRICKS

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POSTMASTER, IVAN KUZMICH SHPEKIN

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T ODD MARTENS' M ITCH SANDY' J ON KRAJECKI K ELAN MOORE
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LANDOWNER, PETER IVANOVICH DOBCHINSKY LANDOWNER, PETER IVANOVICH BOBCHINSKY GOVERNMENT CLERK, IVAN ALEXANDROVICH KHIESTAKOV KHLESTAKOV'S SERVANT, OSIP SUPERINTENDENT OF POLICE, STEPAN Il_ICH UKHOVYORTOV
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C J. INCROCCI ZAKI HASAN

POLICEMAN, DERZHIMORDA MAYOR'S WIFE, ANNA ANDREYEVNA MAYOR'S DAUGHTER, MARYA ANTONOVNA MAYOR'S SERVANT, AVDOTYA MAYOR'S SERVANT, MISHKA
WAITER
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S TACY KUZNITSKY'

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M ARIA-PAZ SALAZAR K RISTIE DAVIS' A DAM KLOD J AMIE SAAD

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MERCHANT, ABDULIN MERCHANT, CHERNYAYEV MERCHANT, PANTELEYEVA
LOCKSMITH'S WIFE CORPORAL'S WIDOW

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L EMARR WILLIAMS

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C HRIS PURDY

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R YAN COLTON'

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........LAQUITA CLEARE ..........JENNY USELLIS°
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RETIRED OFFICIAL, RASTAKOVSKY RETIRED OFFICIAL, KOROBKIN KOROBKIN'S
GENDARME WIFE DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION'S WIFE

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J ERRY MAJEWSKI

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S COTT AMSTADT' LAURA SCHMITT°
.CHRIS PURDY

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.........MICHELLE GARCIA

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BRIAN BENES, POLICE, TOWNPEOPLE, MERCHANTS, BEGGARS, WIVES, GUESTS DOMINIC BIACALANA, JASON CI-IRISTENSEN, CHRISTINE GARVIN, SAMIHA HUSAIN, MONA JETHMALANI, NICK LIGHT, BEN LITTNER, LUCIA MORAVEK, KIRSTEN MUSCHLER, JENNIFER PAINE, JESSICA PEJIC, LAURA PESONEN, STEPHANIE POTTER, BRIAN ROJANASUMAPHONG, MOLLY URSINI, BECKY WEDEL, ANDREA ZAMUDIO
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Faculty
DIRECTOR OF THEATRE

Prod uctlon

Staff
CHARLES A. BERGLUND'
STEVEN M. JACOBS*

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DESIGNER AND TECHNICAL DIRECTOR

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TECHNICIAN/DIRECTOR

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DONNA MARIE BURKE' D EAN SCHAUER

STUDENT TEACHER, WHEATON COLLEGE

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Student

Production

Staff
D ana Fleetham*

ASSISTANTS TO THE DIRECTOR/ STAGE MANAGERS

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Aimee Quiniff* ASSISTANT TO THE TECHNICAL
MASTER CARPENTERS SOUND MASTERS MASTER ELECTRICIANS PUBLICITY MASTER PROPS MASTERS

DIRECTOR
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Eileen Collins'
Scott Walter

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Scheifele*, Turek', Mike Wallenberg* Carey Komaniecki*

Brian Belluomini

ASSISTANT PUBLICITY MASTER COSTUME MASTERS

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Melissa Wiatr*,

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Stephanie Raabe Jenny UseIlis*, Kathy Tiani* Chrissy Backus", Valerie Christoffersen*
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HOUSE MANAGER
CREW

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J e ssie Kernan'

BUSINESS MANAGER

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Robyn Berg*
Smith,

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Jimmie

Cynthia Kosowski, Sid Malhotra, Emily Goepel"', Kevin Turner, Krushna Patel, Stephanie Potter, Vishal Patel, Angie Kimery', David Tillman, Lucy Smith,
Usellis, Chad Ellermeier, Joe Farris, Laura Schmitt", Laura Pesonen, Mackey, Katie Peterman, Megan McNeil, Jennifer Hub, Gina Staron, Michelle Purdy, Linda Garrett', Lesley Klappauf, Rosie Conigliaro°, Robyn Berg", Victoria Jozef', Sara Bengtsson, Debbie Sbertoli, Eleni Garglulo, Chrissy Schmidt, Ami Shah, Kathy McLeister, Stephanie Raabe, Jenni Olander
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performers and other members of the audience, please do not leave the theatre while the performance is in progress unless in extreme emergency. The taking of photographs and the using of recording devices (audio or video) are strictly prohibited.
As
a

courtesy

to the

The aisles will be used in this
clear.

production

so

please keep

feet and

possessions

The action of the

play

takes

place

in and around the environs of

a

small Russian

village

in

1836.

There will be

one

brief intermission.

Produced

by special arrangements

with Dramatists

Play Service,

Inc.

The Glenbard North merchants and
are

Speech
our

Arts

Acknowledgements Department wishes
secertarial

to thank the many

citizens,
We

parents
to

who contributed to the

success

of this

production.

staff, faculty, and custodians, grateful administrators. A special thanks to Mr. Fred Parkinson, Mr. Bill Rush, Mr.
also
Jesse

Springer

and Mrs.

Debby

Jacobs.

(Pantaleyeva) has worked backstage on numerous productions. He'll be study Mathematics and also joining Naval ROTC. CUITLA HUEZO (Mayor) will be remembered for his portrayals of the Bear in THE K/NG STAG and Captain Condom in GOING TOWARDS THE LIGHT Cuitla will be studying Biology at Ul-C and perhaps Forensic Medicine with hopes of joining the FBI. ALAN HUFANA (Judge) has appeared in several productions including ONCE UPON A MATTRESS and plans to go into pre-med. STACY KUZNITSKY (Anna) was seen in DAISY PULLS /T OFF and ONCE UPON A MATTRESS. Stacy will be majoring in music education at U of l. CHRIS PURDY (Chernyayev, Gendarme, others) was last seen as Hal in P/CN/C. He'll be attending University of lowa where he'll major in English education. MITCH SANDY (Dobchinsky) has worked both on and off stage in numerous productions. His plans for the future are somewhat nebulous. LAURA SCHMITT (Wife of Director of Education) will be remembered for her portrayal of the Minstrel in ONCE UPON A MATTRESS and her work on many crews. Laura plans to study psychology and theatre. JENNY USELLIS (Corporal's Widow) was last seen as Mrs. Potts in PICNIC. Last year she played Winnifred in ONCE UPON A MATTRESS. She worked on productions all four years of high school and will be attending Millikin University where she'll major in
RYAN COLTON

attending

Ul-C to

Theatre.

°

Indicates members of the Glenbard North Theatre Honor

Society

SCHOOLS, IN OUR COMMUNITIES the glue that holds society together. humanity. They While improvement in the three R's may enable us to compete more effectively
WHY WE NEED THE ARTS IN OUR

The arts reaffirm
in the world

our

are

economically

and

technologically,

it does not feed the human

spirit.

The most vital stages in the history of any society are marked by a flourishing of the arts. And when most material foods have turned to dust, it is the arts that remain
as

testimony

to the dreams and

passions

of the

past.

Harold M. Williams

Coming
Studio Production

Attractions

Dancing

At

Loughnasa

April 10, May 11, 12,

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