The Other Mirror

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The Other Mirror

Exploring familiar stories from unfamiliar angles 

The Other Mirror looks at those who have been judged and put them back on trial for our society to interact with in a new light.  By creating adaptations for the theater we seek to understand how our communities have developed for better and for worse.  How have we fallen from grace?  How have we risen?  These stories are not isolated but have seeped into our past and future.  It is our mission to discover the impact they continue to have. We all serve as the reflective device by which these tales can be illuminated, examined, or shattered.  We invite the audience to wonder why we believe what we believe and what values we may have forgotten.  Experience reflection


Schedule of Upcoming Productions

No New Productions Scheduled

Production History

Madame Bovary  | Open: 12/07/11 Close: 12/12/11
This exciting adaptation of the 1857 Gustave Flaubert masterpiece examines the story through Emma Bovary’s memory, exploring her journey from young wife to powerful woman. Ms. Carter’s Madame Bovary seeks to rediscover what makes Emma an iconoclast and the inspiration for our most fantastic of heroines.

Cast: Amy Beth Young (Emma Bovary), Brad Thomason (Charles Bovary), Samuel Dash (L’Heureux), Logan James Hall (Rodolphe) and James Parenti (Leon)

Creative Team: Julia Noulin-Mérat (Set Designer), John Jalandoni (Projection Design), Caitlin Cisek (Costume Design), Benjamin Weill (Lighting Design), Colleen Toole (Sound Design), Chelease Ignagni (Casting Director), Ellie MacPherson (Assistant Director)


About the Company: The Other Mirror

The Other Mirror

Exploring familiar stories from unfamiliar angles 

The Other Mirror looks at those who have been judged and put them back on trial for our society to interact with in a new light.  By creating adaptations for the theater we seek to understand how our communities have developed for better and for worse.  How have we fallen from grace?  How have we risen?  These stories are not isolated but have seeped into our past and future.  It is our mission to discover the impact they continue to have. We all serve as the reflective device by which these tales can be illuminated, examined, or shattered.  We invite the audience to wonder why we believe what we believe and what values we may have forgotten.  Experience reflection

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