San Francisco FAIR, FORT MASON, PIER THREE, SEPTEMBER 6-9, 1985
FAIRPLAY. is an original theatrical work by Antenna Theater commissioned by the San Francisco Fair and Exposition, and made possible, in part by a generous contribution from American Natural Beverages Corporation, maker of Soho Natural Sodas.
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SAN FRANCISCO SONG COMPETITION. Audio artist: Ann Kelly. Principal Performer: Ann Marie Ready. Performers: Jack Lemore, Trina Olivier, Lori Thompson, Martha Valentine, Betty Barclay, Juliet Wong, Kevin Stitch, Ari Lurie, Lucille, Rochell, Sheri.
LIBERTY, a dramatic, interpretive tour tape aboard the SS Jeremiah O'Brien, premieres at the SF Fair. LIBERTY was created by Antenna audio artists Lee Jenkins and Barney Jones, with assistance from a grant from the California Humanities Council. The O'Brien is permanently berthed at Pier Three, Fort Mason, and is the last unaltered Liberty ship from World War II in operating condition.
GHOSTS OF MISSION DOLORES Audio Artists: Sarah Wilner, Jay Cloidt. Susan Stone (research, writing). Principal performer; Cathleen O'Connell Performers: Ellen Stuart, Marilyn Pittman, Sharon McGowan, Kim Santa, Larry Levine, Katia Noyes, Dorothy Dukac.
WAGE WARS: Audio Artist: Steve Tokar. Principal Performer: Alan Phillips. Performers: Sharon McGowan, Millie Moore, John Moore, Dennis Combs, Deborah Israel, Howard Miller, Carla Crocetti, Michael Graetzner, Kathleen Byrne, Robert Brill, Benjamin Goldstein, Robert Handen, Vince Juliana, Clayton Blaylock, Tina S. Chiara, John Tynan, Jack Stellman, Michael Pflegor, Ron Garnys, Susanna Shaw, Webster McIndoe.
TAKE IT OFF FOR SAN FRANCISCO Audio Artist: Kathy McAnnally w/Steve Tokar Principal Performer: Jenny Klion Performers: Gigi gambel, Paul Cyr, Katrin Blucker, Carolyn Cox.
CABLE CAR TUNES Audio Artist: Michael Johnson Principal Performer: Jessie Taylor Performers: Bernice Krook, Evelyn Tapel, Janet Fedak, Ronnie Dries, Marsha Summers, Lori Goldstein
PLAGUE! RATS IN TOWN: AUDIO ARTIST: Catherine Stifter Principal Performer: Catherine Stifter Performers: Lynn Mason, Jeffrey Spoden, Don Zipfel, Barbara Hernesman
ALCATRAZ: HARD TIMES ON THE ROCK Audio Artist: John Rieger, Principal Performer: Michael Charnes Performers: Gene Charnes, Susanna Shaw, Bill Scott, Angela Reitz, Thomas Burchfield, Dagen and Ramey Julty.
THE MALTESE FALCON OR THREE CHARACTERS AND A BLACKBIRD Audio Artist: Don Joyce. Principal Performer: Patricia Teeter, Keith Hennessy Performers: Carolyn Gergory, Marlene Sider, Karin Athanasator, Katy Byrnes
SIGNING THE U.N. CHARTER Audio Artist: Catherine Stifter Principal Performer: Chris Grigg Performers: Mark Hosler, James Cha.
ZEN TEA CEREMONY Audio Artist: Chris Grigg Principal Performer: Cynthia Sims Performers: Margaret Armeil, Gloria North, Anne Zanatta, Morita Agress, Claudia Alarcon, Jill Reiner
FRISCO LIBERTY. Audio Artist: Ed Holmes. Principal Performer: Ed Holmes.
HOW HIGH WILL SAN FRANCISCO RISE Audio Artist: Mary Scott w. Steve Tokar. Principal Performer: Donna Frechette Performers: Jeanne Petry, Chris Amall, James Friesen, Derek Smith
THE CATCH (Clark/Montana) Audio Artist: Kathy McAnnally w/Steve Tokar Principal Performer: Ann Elliott Performers: Rob Schroth, Emet La Boone, Tony Lee, Dan Orzech, Dan Timbrook, Stacy Adams, Les Bruno, Kim Santa, Janine Wyatt, Chelly Bon Durant, Sharon McGowan, Bob Taxin, Tina Chiara, Ariel & Juliet Buckles, Patrick Lee.
BIKE MESSENGERS Audio Artist: Steve Tokar, Principal Performer: Lee Armstrong. Performers: Jill Cagan, Diana Day, Rachel Adams, Jeff Savage, Maxine Cohen, Joni LeFebre, Joe M. Aurite, Maggie Buckles.
ZIPPY SAVES SAN FRANCISCO Audio Artist: Albert Lord; interview with Bill Griffith by Chris Hardman. Principal Performers: Reason Bradley, Alexander Rose, Keith Hennessy. Performers: Albert Lord, Susie Timbrook, Sheila Olivan, James Friesen, Julie Ellis, Maggie Buckles, Davis Musser, James Cha
BE BEAT Audio Artist: Vic Bedolan with Steve Tokar and Chris Hardman Principal Performer: Heidi Machen Performers: Normand Martel, Adreinne Lucienne, Rip Light, Doris Wuhrmann, Steefenie Wicks, Brian Faust, Sheree Bornand.
GOLD GREED/THE ORIGINAL 49ERS. Principal Performer: Sarah Byrant Performers: Susan Cook, Ann Stadnislay, Lucille Sutherlin, Hillary Francis, Inga Scott, Judy Kastuck, Scott Deroy, Sherri Smith, Gail Wettuck, Linda Gentile, John Silhite
'06 QUAKE AT THE OPERA. Audio Artist: Marilyn Pittman, Principal Performer: Don Hart. Performers: Marilyn PIttman, Bonnie Waters, Dorothy Dukac, Sandy Sandfort, Leanna Templeton.
'06 FIRE BRIGADE. Audio Artist: Ann Kelley with Steve Tokar. Principal Performer: Brenda Munnell Performers: Mack Jepson, Isabel Fine, Byron Brown, Adam Wolpert
TRIPPING WITH LSD. Audio Artist: Stuart Rosenthal. Interviews by Rose Tobin. Principal Performer: Stuart Rosenthal Performers: Bob Dell Oliver, Barbara Borowitz, Ellen Koivisto, Margot Cole, Ezra and Aaron Denny Phelps, Chris Small, Catherine Duncan, Robert Funk
DANCING AT THE AVALON/FILLMORE Audio Artist: San Francisco Bands. Performers: Frank Duke, Anna Borg, Margot Cole, Linda Gentile, Barbara Ellen, Cheryl Scott, Gordon Hultberg, John Zamora, Carla Bradshaw, La Tanya Blackburn
GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE Audio Artist: Roxanne Merryfield Principal Performers: Roxanne Merryfield, Pamela Flash Performers: Lottie Liebe, Vera Genken, Bean Richardson, Courtney Bullock, Alberto Bardo, Mark Lum, Mark Saccomato, Alex Prisadsky, Randy Hale.
Conceived and directed by Chris Hardman, founder and artistic director of Antenna. Designed by Ronald M. Davis, designer and production manager of Antenna Theater. Audio artist coordination by Steve Tokar. S.F. Fair liaison: Bob Martin. Props: Alice Thibeau, Liz Robinson, Julie Ellis, Bob Martin. Casting: Annette Rose, Bob Martin, Liz Robinson, Julie Ellis. Audio rigging by Richard Povall, manager of Antenna Audio. Lighting design by Jim Schelstrate assisted by Victor Schneider. Production; Ron Davis, manager; Michael Lorenzen, assistant, Bruce Stewart, Hilary Jane Schancupp, Sue Jackson, Tom Wachs, Victor Schneider, Claire Pillsbury, Donna Frechette, John Kyle, Ann Colichidas.
INTERVIEWEES AND ACTORS ON TAPE: Carl Payne, Officer Moncher, David Jenkins, Pamela Flash, Dr. Richard Siden, Bill Griffith, Bob Dell'Oliver, Lee Watson/Pegasus Couriers Inc., Bill Bailey, Germain Bulke, Marilyn Pittman, Chris Hardman, Pele de Lappe, Lonner Ralston, Hermann Le Roux, Frank Heaney, Clyde Salazar, Bill Koenig, Warren Mahan, Bill Shore, Don Joyce, Easton Rothwell, Willie B. Kennedy, Harry Britt, Bennet Skewes-Cox, Yvonne Rand, Mayumi Oda, Bill Haskin, Peter Bailey, Stewart Caskie, Gordon Keller, Karl Kortum, Joe Montana, Dwight Clark, Rodney Knox, Dr. Richard Marsh, Leon Martell, Jim Turner, Sue Hestor, Dick Morton, Mary Scott, A. Paul Cartier, Michael Johnson, Steve Tokar, Turk Murphy, Laura Hitt, Philip Choy, Bernard C. Nelson, Rinde Eckert, Melissa Weaver, Sheila Davies, Rod Doggue and his San Francisco Jazz Band, Thelma Shumsky, Christian Opaso, Elizabeth Dumont. Earthquake survivors: Frank Arata, Sidney and Ruth Amber, Irene Cicerone, William Bob Barton, Art Downey, Claire Kelly Sprague.
SPECIAL THANKS FOR PROPS AND ASSISTANCE: Chris Grigg, Negativland, San Francisco Jazz Band, San Franciscans for Reasonable Growth, San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, Seeker of Dreams, Common Scents, Duck's Breath Mystery Theater, Family Productions, S.F. Fire Department Museum, Sausalito Fire Department (Chief Steve Bogel), Red and White Fleet "Around the Rock" Tours, Max Schwartz, Hank London, Western Public Radio, Beth Katz, Calvin Handy, Alex Serrano, Augusta dell Zotto, Oddernmart, A.C.T., Costume Bank, Cost Plus of San Francisco, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Vincent de Paul Society, S.F. Municipal Railway, Roush Pottery, Theater Artaud, San Francisco 49ers, Redco Messengers, Karen Westmont, Washington Square Bar and Grill, San Francisco Focus Magazine, Sound and Vision, Britex, Cable Car Charters, A.T. & T., De Young Museum Art School, Calif. Conservation Corps, S.F. Conservatory of Music, Cost Plus of Marin, Bob Martin, J. Sherman/Dorlane Hair Design, Jessie Taylor, Cynthia Sims, Steve Verillo, United Spirit Association, Merrills Drug Center, Clint Gilbert, Steve Perich, Michael Molenda, Earl Adkins, Annie Hallatt, Ed Holmes, Connie Best, Sim Kallan and Pat Novicki.
newspaper graphics research: Sharon Frentzen. Signs: Bruce Stewart SF Fair construction: Jack Davis, Jim Bauerline, David Mark, the Mayor's summer Youth Program, California Conservation Corps. Relief actors: Ron Davis, Michael Lorenzen, Chris Hardman, Steve Tokar, Marilyn Pittman, James Cha.
Antenna is a nonprofit theater company: Box 176, Sausalito, California. Antenna is supported by box office, tour fees, donations from Arts Patrons, and grants (principally from the San Francisco Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, the California Arts Council).