2019/2020 SEASON

ADMISSIONS: Sept 19 - Oct 6, 2019

THE NICETIES: Jan 16 - Feb 2, 2020

MOTHER OF THE MAID: Mar 26 - Apr 19, 2020

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Denise Hodgson

David R. Jarrott

Mark A. Kiester

© 2019 by Jarrott Productions. 

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THE PRICE

By ARTHUR MILLER
Directed by FRITZ KETCHUM

September 28 - October 22, 2016

Photo Credit: Steve Williams

WINNER!

Central Texas Excellence in Theatre Awards for 2016

“Best Production of a Play!”

WINNER!

Central Texas Excellence in Theatre Awards for 2016

“Best Leading Actor in a Play!”

(Scott Galbreath)

WINNER!

Central Texas Excellence in Theatre Awards for 2016

“Best Scenic Design!”

(Desiderio Roybal)

“..a beautifully executed piece of theatre…”

 - Broadway World Austin

“The Price is the rare kind of production that demands your attention…It’s a witty, well-paced, finely tuned production…”

 - Austin Entertainment Weekly

 

"THE PRICE by Arthur Miller—complete, mature & exquisitely realized by Jarrott Productions."

- Central Texas Live Theatre

 
CAST

SCOTT GALBREATH

RICK SMITH

AMANDA COOLEY DAVIS

DAVID JARROTT

SCOTT GALBREATH (Victor Franz) Scott is fast approaching his fourth year in Austin. Upon receiving his BFA in theatre from The College of Santa Fe, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in film and television. Some highlights include guest starring roles in Will and Grace as well as the lead in the independent film Able Edwards, which premiered at the South by Southwest Film festival. You may have seen Scott in City Theatre's production A Delicate Balance or in Southwest Theatre's Rapture, Blister, Burn. Scott is thrilled to be a part of The Price and he thanks his fellow cast members for this incredible experience.

RICK SMITH (Walter Franz) ZACH THEATRE: One Man, Two Guvnors, All The Way; REGIONAL THEATRE: Pride and Prejudice with Austin Shakespeare; Bethany with Theatre en Bloc at The Long Center; DIFFERENT STAGES: When The Rain Stops Falling; OTHER THEATRE: Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Lend Me a Tenor, A Few Good Men at Georgetown Palace; The Odd Couple, 12 Angry Men at City Theatre; The Dining Room and Night Must Fall (Won Los Angeles Drama-Logue Award) at Hollywood Stage Club. FILM: Lawyers, Guns, and Money, Maude's Turkey. TELEVISION: Perfect Crimes, CBS Pilot.

AMANDA COOLEY DAVIS (Esther Franz) ON STAGE - Killer Joe (Compass Theatre); a feminine ending, Brooklyn Boy, Crimes of the Heart (Scripps Ranch Theatre); Learn to be Latina, The Long Christmas Ride Home, Side Man (Diversionary Theatre); Expecting Isabel (Moxie Theatre); Trojan Women (ion theatre); A Christmas Carol (Cygnet Theatre), Terra Nova (Inukshuk Productions), The Deception (La Jolla Playhouse) among others. Three national tours with Traveling Lantern Theatre. TEACHING ARTIST - The Old Globe, Playwrights Project, North Coast Repertory, SDSU, Borough of Manhattan Community College, University of Texas. DIALECT COACH - Jarrott Productions: Freud's Last Session; The Herd (2017). ZACH: One Man, Two Guvnors, Mary Poppins, Priscilla Queen of the Desert The Musical. City Theatre: The Importance of Being Earnest. Training: MFA in Acting from Brooklyn College; MA in Theatre Arts from San Diego State University.

DAVID JARROTT (Gregory Solomon) David produced last year’s critically-acclaimed production of Freud’s Last Session, in which he played Sigmund Freud. Other recent performances: All The Way, Peter & The Starcatcher, Ragtime, It’s a Wonderful Life, Harvey, Dividing the Estate and many more. Last summer he served as a staging consultant for one of the plays in the Chelsea Rep LAB’s annual Festival of Short Plays in New York City. David wrote and directed a 2012 Telly Award winning industrial video (The Day the Earth Shook) for IBM; and has appeared in several short films and voiced national radio and TV commercials. After a 4-decade career as a #1 rated radio personality, David was inducted into the Texas Radio Hall of Fame in 2011.

FRITZ KETHCUM (Director) In Austin, Fritz also directed The Importance of Being Earnest at City Theatre, as well as the acclaimed production of Edward Albee’s A Delicate Balance; and also Rapture, Blister, Burn for Southwest Theatre Productions at Salvage Vanguard’s Studio. Ms. Ketchum served on the Theatre faculty of Texas Christian University for six years, and prior to that, was on the Theatre faculty at the University of Texas at Arlington. She holds a M.F.A. in Directing and Acting from the University of Georgia and has served as the Artistic Director for a number of theatres in Atlanta, Athens and Savannah. 

CREATIVE TEAM

DIRECTOR

Fritz Ketchum

LIGHTING DESIGNER

Rachel Atkinson

SOUND DESIGNER

Craig Brock

AUDIO TECHNICIAN

Pete Martinez

PRODUCTION MANAGER

Lisa Goering

COSTUME SUPERVISOR

Susan Branch Towne

DIALECT COACH

Amanda Cooley Davis

SCENIC DESIGNER

Desidero Roybal

PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER

Zoe Riemer

GRAPHIC DESIGNER

Michael Jarrott

HOUSE MANAGER

Denise Hodgson

PRODUCTION ASSISTANT

Reed Neal

VOLUNTEEER COORDINATOR

Beth Warren