Aliana Hondorf '22, Sarah Kline '22, Brent Swiak, and Emily Jennings '22 (above) rehearse a scene from Fault Lines, the College's fall theatrical production.
The comedy Fault Lines is the fall theatrical production at Keuka College. A mix of secrets, resentment, and sibling rivalry are at the center of this play written by George Sapio,
Directed by Professor of Theatre Mark Wenderlich, Fault Lines opens Friday, Oct. 26, at 8 p.m. in the Red Barn Theatre. Additional performances are Saturday, Oct. 27, at 8 p.m., and Sunday, Oct. 28, at 7 p.m.
A robbery leads to revelations for three sisters—fragile Anastasia “Stazi,” a forensic pathologist who is chronically single; Ginger, whose “adventurous” past comes back to haunt her; and Theresa, a cigarette-smoking, foul-mouthed nun, who’s always been the stalwart sibling.
Add in Ginger’s husband, Shawn, whose battered ego—and desperate attempt to make it as a chef—further complicate matters. Sibling rivalry, pornography, a dead mother who’s still very much a potent presence, a handful of condoms, secret ingredients, and family secrets threaten to tear the sisters apart.
Members of the cast include: Aliana Hondorf ’22 (Anastasia), an occupational science major from Dillsburg, Pa.; Sarah Kline ’22 (Ginger), an exploratory major from Geneva; and Emily Jennings ’22 (Theresa), an occupational science major from Memphis, N.Y. Keyara Aiken ’20, an American Sign Language-English Interpreting major from Cincinnatus, N.Y., is the stage manager.
Brent Siwak, who works at the Green Front restaurant in Canandaigua, portrays Shawn. He has performed in two previous Keuka College productions. Dan Roach, who has been involved with some 40 Keuka College productions, is the sound designer. Trish Ralph, who has assisted with previous College productions, is the set designer. Director Wenderlich also serves as the light designer.
Tickets for the performances are $5 for Keuka College students, faculty, and staff, and $10 for the general public. Tickets may purchased online for Friday (Oct. 26), Saturday (Oct. 27), or Sunday (Oct. 28).
Seating is limited.