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Production Photos Go Inside Director Stevie Walker-Webb's Our Town With New Production Photos

The Baltimore Center Stage production starring Lance Coadie Williams and Kimberly Dodson began its run September 15.

Avon Haughton, Lance Coadie Williams and company of Our Town at Baltimore Center Stage J. Fannon Photography

Check out new photos of Baltimore Center Stage's Our Town, starring Lance Coadie Williams as Stage Manager, Kimberly Dodson as Emily Webb, and Avon Haughton as George Gibbs. The production has a limited run September 15-October 9 under the direction of Stevie Walker-Webb, who will helm the upcoming Broadway production of Ain't No Mo'

Also featured in the cast are KenYatta Rogers as Dr. Frank Gibbs, Susan Rome as Mrs. Julia Gibbs, Derek Garza as Editor Charles Webb, Rebecca L. Hargrove as Myrtle Webb, Kyle Hermary as Wally Webb, Chania Hudson as Rebecca Gibbs, Suzanna Fox as Mrs. Soames, O’Malley Steuerman as Howie Newsome, Nancy Linden as Professor Willard, Dagan Brown as Joe Crowell, Alexander Velasco Suro as Si Crowell, Frank Britton as Joe Stoddard, Jared Michael Swain as Sam Craig, Abigail Funk as Constable Warren, and Michael David Axtell as Simon Stimson.

Kimberly Dodson and Avon Haughton in Our Town at Baltimore Center Stage J. Fannon Photography

Jared Alexander, Monique Barnes, Zipporah Brown, Dominic Gladden, Vicky Graham, and Elvis Karegeya comprise the ensemble.

Our Town features scenic design by Anton Volovsek, costume design by kindall houston almond, lighting design by Josh Martinez-Davis, and sound design by Nina Field. Tenley Pitonzo is the production stage manager, and Madison Tarchala is the assistant stage manager. PJ Johnnie is the assistant director with Maria Marsalis and Jenna Keefer as production assistants. Casting is by JZ Casting.

The show rediscovers Thornton Wilde's tale and explores a community through their lives and deaths.

"Baltimore Center Stage's mission statement leads with the phrase 'inspired by our home city.' This production of Thornton Wilder's classic is every bit a manifestation of those words,” shares Artistic Director Stephanie Ybarra. "It's a gift to be collaborating with so many artists who call Baltimore home. And it is fitting that as we kick off our sixtieth season, we are rooting deeper into this mission, moving forward from the tumult of the past two years, and charting a path for BCS's next sixty years."

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See Photos of Our Town at Baltimore Center Stage

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