Trout Stanley

by Claudia Dey
Directed by Louisa Richards

The morning after an exotic dancer and local Scrabble champion goes missing, Graceland Ducharme heads off to work at the Tumbler Ridge Dump and leaves her agoraphobic twin, Sugar, at home alone. Sugar finds herself in a desperate position when she receives a surprise visit from a fishy stranger named Trout Stanley. Exquisite Corps Theatre presents the Boston premiere of Claudia Dey’s Dora award-nominated dramedy this September at the Factory Theatre.

Find out what happens when Trout Stanley jimmies the lock on Boston.

*Trout Stanley contains adult language and situations that may not be appropriate for younger audiences.

Becky Webber (Sugar) is thrilled to be living the “Trout Stanley” dream! Since completing her BA at Brandeis, Becky has been a Boston-based theater artist. As an actor, she has worked with Commonwealth Shakespeare (Shakespeare On Love, As You Like It), Gan-e-meed Theater Project (Hamlet), The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, Berkshire Theater Festival (One Flew Over…, Candide), Gloucester Stage Company (Trying), and the New Repertory Theatre (Christmas Carol, Opus). As a director Becky has assisted for ASP, New Rep, and Summer Festival Theater at Roxbury Latin. Favorite directing pieces include Blue/Orange, The Love of The Nightengale, John Greiner-Ferris’ Red Dog. Catch Two-Headed by Julie Jensen this spring with Gan-e-meed Theater project. Becky occasionally plays violin, and aspires to be an expert windsurfer. Thank you to Sean, Katie, Louisa and everyone at Exquisite Corps. Thanks to Joanie and Carolyn for keeping me grounded while challenging me to fly.

Kathryn Lynch (Grace) couldn’t be more pleased to return to work with Exquisite Corps and to be a part of Trout Stanley. Recent Boston credits include: The Effect of Gamma Rays… (Ruth) with Happy Medium, Enron (Ensemble) with Zeitgeist Stage, Melancholy Play (Frances) with Holland Productions, Candyland (Lazarus) with NXR, Waiting for Philip Glass (Spencer) and Terminating… (Dymphna) with Exquisite Corps, and All My Sons (Understudy) with The Huntington Theatre Company. Ms. Lynch received her training from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst where favorite credits included: The Chairs (The Old Woman), Arms and the Man (Raina), The Reincarnation of Jamie Brown (Hughie) and The Trojan Women (Helen).

Sean George (Trout Stanley) is elated to make his Exquisite Corps debut. Past credits include, Theater: (Barker) Heart of a Dog with Guerilla Opera, (Bottom) Midsummer Night’s Dream, (Mercutio/Prince) Romeo and Juliet, and (Burris Ewell) To Kill a Mockingbird with the Vineyard Playhouse. Film: (Luke) Last Will & Testament of Marlboro Patch, (Roman) Standing Up. Sean studied theater at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst where he played such roles as (Emperor Mui’po) Some Asians, (Nicola) Arms and the Man, (Brabantio) Othello. While in college he also took time to study abroad and work in London’s Theatre 503. Sean is also half of the two-man comedy team The Seans ( and also moonlights as the frontman for the local band Vostok 4.

Greg Jutkiewicz and The Piano Craft Guild, 360KID, Alan McClellan, Opera Boston, Sue Sewell, Dahlia Al-Habieli and The Lyric Stage Co., The Huntington Theatre Company, Joe O’Dea and New Repertory Theatre, Michael Fisher, Scott Lauer, Steve Boris and Jenifer Drew, Alison Naturale, Cynthia Naturale and Larry Schmidt, Beryl Kaiser, Mike Mandolese, Brett Marks and Argos Productions, Krista D’Agostino and Holland Productions, Dave McMahon, Caroline Price, Sarah Cuddi, Sarah Gazdowicz, and Alison Luntz.

September 9-25, 2011
Thurs-Sat at 8:00pm
Sun at 2:00pm

The Factory Theatre
791 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02118

$15 general admission
*Please note: The box office can
only take cash for walk-up sales

SUGAR: Becky Webber
GRACE: Kathryn Lynch

Director: Louisa Richards
Producer: Adrienne Boris
Assoc. Producers: Bob Mussett
      and Janelle Mills
Production Stage Manager:
      Nicole Cote
Marketing Manager: Robyn Linden
Scenic Designer: Sean Côté
Lighting Designer: Ian King
Costume Designer:
      Louisa Richards
Sound Designer: Bob Mussett
Fight Director: Rob McFadyen
Graphic Designer: Alison Naturale
Asst. Stage Manager: Janie Bryant
Sound Board Operator: Kaz Kallin

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