This modern riff on the fifteenth-century morality play, Everyman, follows Everybody as they journey through life's greatest mystery — the meaning of living.
May 1st thru
3rd, 7:30 pm
"I don't think Punk ever really dies,
because punk rock attitude can never die"
— Billy Idol.
Come help us resurrect the Punk attitude by dressing up as your favorite Punk icon!
From Sid Viscious to Patti Smith, Punk style will never die!
As a late decision, it will be open seating and
tickets are free.
House opens at 7pm, come early and claim your seats.
More information about Truman's Theatre Department can be found by visiting the Box Office and department website.
This play contains profanity, partial nudity, conversations about racism, religion, sexuality and mental illness, as well as instances of ableist language.
Kopp (she/her) is a Senior Theatre Major. This is her fifth show of the season. Kopp is studying to become an actor in the future. Kopp is hoping to build their resume and use their skill set to work in children's theatre or a Shakespearian Guild. Kopp is an expert in using her body as a tool in her craft and enjoys entertaining the audience. Kopp has had a blast working on this show can't wait for everyone to enjoy it.
Addie McGrath (she/her) is a third year student majoring in psychology and communication and minoring in disability studies at Truman State University. Addie has been regularly seen working offstage as a sound designer since Fall of 2019, and just finished assistant stage management for Matilda. Previous lab shows she's designed for and/or assisted with include: Dry Land, Proof, Antigone, and Dog Sees God. After she graduates, Addie plans on moving far, far, away from Kirksville and pursuing a career in the psych field.
Jamie Bridges (they/he) is a senior theatre major from Union, MO. They have previously designed for Much Ado About Nothing, After the Blast, Pride@Prejudice, and Dry Land. They have assisted in the scenic studio every semester since their freshman year. They look forward to a career in theatre and hope to make the world a little queerer.
Meredith (she/her) is incredibly grateful and proud to have directed this show and is excited to share it with everyone. She is a senior Theatre major and German minor. She has worked on many Truman Theater productions including Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Much Ado About Nothing, After the Blast, as well as the Lab Shows, Dry Land, Hand to God and Stupid F*cking Bird. She hopes to pursue a career in theater as a Stage Manager and Director after earning her Bachelor's degree. She would like to thank her incredible cast and stage management team for their hard work and dedication on this show, and to the incredible team of student designers that brought this play to life. Thank you all so much!
Hank Geers (he/him) is a Theatre student at Truman State University. Hank Geers has been seen as Matt in Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Block Head, Spike in Vanya and Sonya and Masha and Spike, Claudio in Much Ado About Nothing. Hank also works in the scene shop and was the assistant set designer for 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche. Hank also was the set designer for this show! Hank plans on continuing his acting studies in graduate school and then pursue a career as an actor after Truman.
David Tuttle (he/him) is a senior computer science major at Truman State University. David hopes to work in cybersecurity or computer networking after graduating. He would like to thank everybody in the show for making it a fun experience!
Tatianna Ray (she/her) is a Theatre Major from St. Louis, Missouri. She enjoys painting, reading, and gaming. She has played Ursula/Watchmen #2 in Much Ado About Nothing. She has also acted in Rhi Conry's Spring 2021 Director's One Act. She has also recently played Bruce in Matilda. After graduation, she plans on pursuing her MFA in Acting while studying dance and martial arts.
Ann Rapp (she/her) is a graduate student and graduate teaching assistant in Truman's MAE program. During her undergraduate program in the theatre department, Ann worked primarily behind the scenes. She was the production stage manager for the musical workshop End Times and the mainstage show In-Laws, Outlaws, and Other People (Who Should be Shot), as well as an assistant stage manager for the mainstage show She Stoops to Conquer. She designed costumes for the IPAC production of Exit the King and the lab show production of Hand to God. The work that Ann is most proud of here at Truman Theatre is the lab show production from Spring 2021 which she directed, Pride@Prejudice.
Gael Jenks (he/they) is a Junior Theatre major at Truman State University. Gael has acted in Truman Theatre's mainstage productions of A Doll's House pt. II and Much Ado About Nothing, as well the department's student led production of Tartuffe. He has also designed hair and makeup for Angel Street (Gaslight) and served on hair and makeup crew for a number of productions. After graduation Gael intends to pursue an MFA in acting.
Teegan Winkeler is a theatre major with a disability studies minor. She has worked on shows here at Truman State University, such as Antigone, [Title of Show], Pride@Prejudice, and most recently was the lighting designer for Gaslight. After graduation, she hopes to continue her education and eventually get her EdD in American Sign Language, after which she hopes to help make theatre available to everyone, regardless of their perceived ability levels, because theatre is something that everyone from all walks of life deserves to be able to enjoy.
Rowan (they/them) is a first year Truman student double majoring in Psychology and German with a minor in Theater. They have been working behind the scenes in shows since they were in sixth grade. During the Spring 2022 semester Rowan was the light board operator for both Five Lesbians Eating a Quiche and Matilda, the ATD and light board programmer for the directing class' one act showcase, and helped with the lighting design for both Matilda and Everybody. They have also been working in the scene shop for the entire school year through taking the Stagecraft class in Fall 2021 and helping as a shop assistant Spring 2022. Rowan is in Truman's Pre-MAE program and hopes to work as an elementary school teacher after getting their master's in education.
Kaitlyn Kelly (she/her) is a junior theatre and psychology major at Truman. During her time at Truman, she has performed in Dryland, After the Blast, Vanya Sonya Masha and Spike, Much Ado About Nothing, Matilda, and various One-Acts. She has been a member of the Production Management team since 2021 and has worked on [Title of Show] as an assistant and Much Ado About Nothing as a production manager. She will also production manage The Revolutionists and Tick, Tick...Boom next year. Other than Truman Theatre, she is a member of Alpha Gamma Delta and Alpha Psi Omega. This summer she plans on working at Shakespeare in the Park in St. Louis as a house intern. After graduating next May, she hopes to continue her education in graduate school in either counseling or production management.
Theresa Dawson (they/them) is a senior student studying theatre and art at Truman State University. Theresa's designs have been seen on-stage before in Angel Street (Gaslight), Vanya, Sonia, Masha, and Spike, as well as others. After graduating from Truman, they have accepted a position a Costume Crafts Artisan and is looking forward to working professionally again. They also have decided to take a year off before applying to grad school for Costume Design and Technology. They hope you enjoy the show!
Anna Markiewicz (she/her) is a sophomore Theatre, English, and Education student at Truman State University. She has recently been on stage in Matilda as Mrs. Wormwood, Much Ado About Nothing as Hero and After the Blast as Carrie. Anna has worked offstage as Production Manager for 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche and Assistant Stage Manager for A Doll's House Part 2. Anna is planning on pursuing a career in acting and teaching/directing high school theatre.
Me Crouch (they/them) is studying theatre, computer science, and sociology. Me has been seen on Truman's stage performing the role of Leonato in Much Ado About Nothing. They have also been working off-stage on Publicity for the theatre department. After their studies at Truman, Me is looking at pursuing graduate studies in the fields of playwriting and performance studies. Me would like to use theatre to start discussions about how we can work on changing society, and use computer science to change how we approach theatre.