By James Still
Directed by Joseph Price
The Jerome Stage

January 30 – February 22, 2009

Mr. Smith is a high school English teacher who loves his students, his wife and his poetry. When a single event unravels his world and sends him free-falling into a crisis of faith, a mysterious Boy Scout arrives to take him on a mind-blowing and soul-searching trek through the wilderness. Developed by the prestigious Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s 2007 National Playwright’s Conference and read in Unicorn’s In-Progress New Play Reading Series, Kansas native James Still premieres his latest work on our stage.


A Guy | Jim Korinke*
A Younger Guy | Matthew Jayson Weiss


Director | Joseph Price
Stage Manager | Jinni Pike*
Scenic Designer | Jason Coale
Lighting Designer | Jeffrey Cady*

Sound Designer/Composer | Jason Scheufler
Costume Designer | Jon Fulton Adams
Assistant to the Director | Andy Cudzilo

Production Assistant | Lindsey King
Production Intern | Jessie Davis
Sound Board Operator | Matt Grevan
Set Construction | Glenn Lewis