Swimming in the Shallows

November 12-14 & 19-21, 2009

written by Adam Bock
directed by Stephanie Burlington Daniels

Weber Theatre, Watson Fine Arts


Barb – Tess Jones ’10
Bob – Sean Clarke ’10
Carla Carla – Julia McEntee ’12
Donna – Jenny Brum ’12
Nick – Jon Schwartz ’10
The Shark – Rory Sullivan ’10


Director – Stephanie Burlington Daniels
Scene Designer – Jeremy Woodward, Evelyn Danzig Haas Visiting Artist
Costume Designer – Tracey Cook
Lighting Designer/Technical Director – David Cook
Sound Designer – Laura Goldstein ’12
Stage Manager – Theresa Giannetti ’10
Assistant Stage Manager – Alexandra Watson ’13
Light Board Operator – Lindsey Ford ’09
Sound Board Operator – Rebecca Rafe ’10
Wardrobe – Laura Donovan ’12
Projector Operator – Nina Libert ’10


Will Crawford’11
Kelly Libert ’10
Heather Gordon ’13

Properties Managers:

Heather Gordon ’13
Michelle Van Akin ’13


Phoebe Boyd ’12
Will Crawford ’11
Rubin Cronig ’11
Lindsey Ford ’09
Warren Garceau ’10
Heather Gordon ’13
Josephine Johnson ’13
Kelly Libert ’10
Nina Littman ’10
Jessica Matos ’10
C. C. Medenica ’10
Becky Rafe ’10
Jan Soebbing ’12
Caitlin Vomastek ’12

Visiting Artist Jeremy Woodward

Designs and builds scenery and puppetry for theatre, special events, television, film, still photography, and outdoor spectacles. His set design credits include work for Perishable Theatre (Providence, RI), Trinity Repertory Company (Providence, RI), the Wilma Theatre (Philadelphia, PA), the Berkshire Theatre Festival (Stockbridge, MA), Cape Repertory Theater (Brewster, MA), the Queen’s Company (NYC), the Providence Black Repertory Company, Providence College, and Brown University. His work as a puppeteer has taken him across the U.S., and to Canada, Germany and Taiwan. He has designed puppetry for productions at Portland Stage Company (Portland, ME), Eugene Lang College (NYC), the Mannes College of Music (NYC), Wheaton College (Norton, MA), and Rhode Island College (Providence, RI). Jeremy graduated from RISD with a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts and in Architecture.

Jeremy Woodward’s participation made possible by the Evelyn Danzig Haas ’39 Visiting Artists Program