Nov. 10-13 & 17-20, 2005
Directed by Paul J. Hustoles
Scenic Design by Tom Bliese
Costume Design by David McCarl
Lighting Design by Steve Smith
Galileo Galilei (Randy Wyatt) inserts himself into the middle of the cosmos.
Galileo shows his invention, the telescope, to his friend Segredo.
Galileo makes his presentation to the merchants of Venice.
He speaks of his big ideas while Andrea (Matthew Benedict) consoles Galileo's daughter, Virginia (Ashley FitzSimmons), right.
Not everyone was taken by Galileo's ideas. Here, street minstrels (left to right: Allison Case, Tristin Rupp, Joey Ford and Matthew C. Atwood) sing with a puppet of Galileo overlooking them.
The most difficult convincing was left to the Catholic Church. Here, the Pope (Tharen E. Callanan) prepares to speak.
All photos by Mike Lagerquist