William Blake's Life Mask
Lowling Company, LLC
New Orleans, La.

Waiting for the Sun is inspired by the work of William Blake and Nicolaus Copernicus. The play features eight characters navigating a dream-like reality where the sun is never seen. The play's premier performances took place at St. Mary Majaks in New Orleans, LA on November 6 & 7, 2015. Additional performances will be announced on this website and at facebook.com/lowling.company.

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Cast Credits

Jean-Mark Sens ................... Scientist 1, a voice of reason
Amanda Hass ...................... Scientist 2, an aimless youth
Camron Rodriguez ............. Boy, a mischievous child
Cherrae L. Stuart ................ Mum, a commoner
Tyler Thurman ................... Jailer, a dope
Josh Stover ......................... Officer, an authority
Kelle Ory ........................... Anne, a beauty
Justin Rolling ..................... Writer, an artist
& Keegan McCabe Hense ... Prisoner, the Dead Man

Production Credits

Waiting for the Sun is the first theatrical stage production co-produced by Lowling and Mary Majaks. The two-act play is written by Blake Smith Bertuccelli. The writer cites Nicolaus Copernicus, William Blake, Bertolt Brecht’s “Galileo” and August Strindberg’s “Dream Play” as influences for his work. Waiting for the Sun’s first staging was performed at 918 St. Mary Street on November 6 & 7, 2015. Lighting design by Adam Waguesteck. Art direction by James Taylor Bonds. Original music accompaniment by Jeff Pagano. Promotional illustration by Daniel Miller. Produced by Christopher Givens. Directed by Blake Smith Bertuccelli. Special thanks to Jesy Rae Buhl, Sadie Sheldon, Friedrich Kerksieck, Melinda Bergeron, Dean Bigbee, Nathan Harrison, Marie Shelton, Tarrah Aroonsakool, Jana Fredricks, Claire Givens, Terrie Willard, Melissa McLain, Jonathan Bertuccelli, Florence Young, Michelle Benoit and Glen Pitre, and Rachel Smith.
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Purchase a Printed Script

Designed to be a showpiece as much as readable literature, the Waiting for the Sun script is printed in New Orleans with illustrations from Daniel Miller, letter-pressed by Small Fires Press. Each script comes individually numbered in a limited printing of one-hundred copies.