Tucker and Delainey Prepare for Roles in “Cripple of Inishmaan”

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“There is an overwhelming sense of innocence and unconditional happiness within (Bartley). However, once in a while he shows hints of sincerity and deep thought, which has helped me transform him from a character into a real person that I and my audience can relate to. It has been a blast getting to know Bartley, and although he can be frustrating at times. This has been a tremendous experience for me and I am loving the way everyone’s characters are coming through and working together to create this wonderful performance.” -Tucker Atwood

“Getting to smash eggs on Tucker is definitely a highlight of this play for me! This scene is one of my favorites because it is mostly just Helen picking on her little brother Bartley through the entire thing! In real life, I am the younger child, so it’s exciting to have the roles reversed for once! Playing Helen is such a joy because she is so opposite from me in real life. She’s loud, sarcastic, rude, and quite the tease! It gives me the experience of being this crazy wild girl! I couldn’t have asked for a better group of people to perform this production with. I feel honored to get to work with such a talented group of actors.” -Delainey Kein



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