by Rachel Wyatt

Hoda is a spirited immigrant girl who overcomes poverty and exploitation to find hope and renewal. Based on the novel by Adele Wiseman, Crackpot is a warm-hearted story of family, faith, love and courage.

Guest Director: Fran Gebhard
Set Designer: Laurin Kelsey, Undergraduate Student
Costume Designer: Sabrina Miller, Undergraduate Student
Lighting Designer: Michael Franzmann, Undergraduate Student
Sound Designer: Amy Kirkpatrick, Undergraduate Student
Stage Manager: Tanya Gadsby, Undergraduate Student


Rielle Braid (Mrs. Letz)
Julia Cameron (Gusia)
Jamaine Campbell (Uncle Nate)
Peter Carlone (Limpy Letz)
Brian Culp (Lazar)
Ryan Hache (Morgan / Soldier)
Laura Harris (Miss B)
James Kot (Polonick)
Sam Mullins(Danile)
Graham Newmarch (David)
Bryan Nothling (Yankl / Deli Customer)
Kaitlyn Regehr (Mrs. Yankl)
Celine Richmond (Hoda)
Lisi Tessler Nurse / Sharon / assistant dialect (coach)

March 15 – 24, 2007
Previews: Mar. 13 & 14 at 8 pm ($5 after 5 pm)
Evening performances: Mar. 15, 16, 17, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 at 8 pm
Matinee: Mar. 24 at 2 pm
Pre-Show lecture: Mar. 16 at 7 pm (Free to public)

Seating Plan: Chief Dan George Theatre