We have a cast for the reading of “Like a Loss,” the ten-minute play in the Hawking timeline!
by Phoebe Roberts
Colonel Reginald Prescott Hawking, hero of the Indian Rebellion: Brad Smith
Mr. Henry Chapman, his valet and batman: Eboracum Richter-Dahl
Both these talented people have been part of the telling of Mrs. Hawking’s story before. Brad you may remember from the Bare Bones reading of Mrs. Hawking, in which he played the villain Lord Cedric Brockton. He is an experienced actor onstage and in voice only, including in the Second Shift podcast and in the 2012 tour of the new musical 2010: Our Hideous Future. Eboracum served as the stage manager for the Arisia 2015 production of Mrs. Hawking, and is a founding member of The Chameleon’s Dish Theater as well as a longtime veteran of Brandeis’s Shakespeare troupe, Hold Thy Peace.
I’m super excited to work with them, and tell this bit of Mrs. Hawking history! Come join us for our one-night only performance as the opener of Bare Bones 16: At War for piece, The Wheel, written by Zinnie Harris and directed by Jess Viator, on Thursday, March 26th, 2015 at 8pm at Unity Somerville, at 6 William Street, Somerville, MA.