Photos from “57 Hours In the House of Culture” at Sweet Briar College

Sweet Briar College in Virginia put on a staged reading of 57 HOURS IN THE HOUSE OF CULTURE on March 19. We had a full house, including the college president! Here are some photos from the afternoon rehearsal.

The cast.

The cast.

More photos below:

The usher. In the original script, this was Ivan. For this reading at a women's college, I turned her into Ivana.

The usher. In the original script, this was Ivan. For this reading at a women’s college, I turned her into Ivana.

The musician.

The musician.

Andrei, the unlucky audience member.

Andrei, the unlucky audience member.

Svetlana, the other unlucky audience member.

Svetlana, the other unlucky audience member.

The terrorist.

The terrorist.

The black widow.

The black widow.

Irina, another audience member.

Irina, another audience member.

Irina falls in love with the bomb.

Irina falls in love with the bomb.

Olga enters.

Olga enters.

Another intruder, confronted by the black widow and the terrorist.

Another intruder, confronted by the black widow and the terrorist.

Director Melora Kordos.

Director Melora Kordos.

For even more photos, click here.

MORE ON “57 HOURS IN THE HOUSE OF CULTURE”:
* Poster from the Sweet Briar College reading.
* How the Sweet Briar College reading came about
* “57 Hours” called “well-crafted and compelling”
* Video: “57 Hours in the House of Culture” at Studio Roanoke in May 2012
* Backstage graffiti from the show
* Photos from the show
* Audience reaction to the show
* Review: “It ain’t ‘Oklahoma!'”
* Congressman Goodlatte attends the show
* Review: “Most interactive show I’ve seen”
* Media interviews about the show
* The set takes shape
* Rehearsal photos
* Rehearsal begins
* The poster for the show

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