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Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off
March, 1996
Watters Theater, Fine Arts Building, Binghamton University, Harpur College, State University of New York; Binghamton, New York, United States
There have been many plays written about Elizabeth I of England and her cousin Mary, Queen of Scots. But this irreverent and highly theatrical take on the royal intrigues and murders in the 16th Century British courts comes to us directly from Scotland itself. A Scottish director and actress will join us in staging the play - which will be featured in the Anderson Center's Scottish Festival. This Scottish entertainment festival will be the focal point of Binghamton University's 50th Anniversary Celebration. An innovative black comedy with music, "Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off" promises to be fascinating entertainment.
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Jed Greenberg; Susan Nisbet; Thea McCartan; Monica Read; Chris Nacinovich; Stephen Loch; Austin Marolla; Derek Straat
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Evan Lerner; Jessica Kent; Rebecca Smithmeyer; Donald W. Guido; Qiang Hua Wang; Craig Saeger; Doreen Bond; Andrew Bennett; Danielle Castronovo; Eric Cangin; Stephen Loch; Brian Monthie; Joanna Schifter; Joe Vaughan; Dave Siegel; Mike Ritter; Arlet Ruiz; Renae Watson; Yaureli Colon; Aubrey Weibel; Amy Durant; Jim Fowler; Beren Ornstein; Mary Faughnan; Monica Read; Kathleen Brown; Thea McCartan; Amy Schneider; Adam Scally; Tim Downey; Brooke Kranz; Erin Troust; Alex Ruth; Rebecca Haskel; Stephanie Marini; Josh Zamrycki; Sarah Pike; Danielle Parisi; Cheyenne Bowes; Andrew Titov; Maxwell W. Ginty; William Hammerick; Jennifer V. Margiotta; Wang-Vee International
Susan Nisbet's guest appearance from Scotland is made possible by a grant from the British Council. The play is partially supported by The Glenlivet and Chivas Regal Scotch Whiskey, and is part of the Binghamton University's Scottish Festival. Special thanks to Tri-Cities Opera, Marjorie Smith, Leyat Tropen, Jennifer Margiotta, Shapiro’s Formal Shop, Ethan Lercher, Tony Villecco, Kim Haynes, David Schafer, Jenene Fusco, David Skyrca and the University Publications Office. Matching grants for Theatre Scholarships are provided by Grady Whittenburg.
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