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Halcyon Days by Steven Dietz

Secret agents roam the Washington, D.C. moonlight in Halcyon Days by Steven Dietz, a black comedy set in Ronald Reagan’s America. Witty and suspenseful, Halcyon Days plunges its audience into the behind-the-scenes battles preceding the United States’ invasion of Grenada in 1983. C.I.A. agents leap into secret rendezvous and politicians grasp for power, while those on the island awaken to the hand of conflict reaching into their peaceful lives. Dietz’ work, which rockets across Capitol offices and Caribbean beaches, explodes as a timely investigation of political intrigue and the struggle for sense in a lunatic modern world.

Halcyon Days ran November 9-11 and 16-17 at 7:30 p.m. in the Mainstage Theater.

Director: Patrick Reynolds
Stage Manager:
Emily Fann
Cast:

Eddie - Pete Nelson
Tommy - Kevin Ressler
Blonigen - Nathan Kauffman
Ruby - Amanda Amuaben
Linda - Mallory Parker
Raper - Ethan Zook
Patricia - Emily Hertzler
Alex - C. R. Johnson

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