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THE MONOLOGUE ZONE - upcoming shows Feb. 12 -13 in Erie, PA at the Alex Theater

Patricia Sullivan, Director of the Mercyhurst College (now Mercyhurst University) production of
at the
Alex Theater.

Biography: Patricia Sullivan is MNE’s music director, a member of the faculty, where she teaches music and theater appreciation, and coordinator of auxiliary events. Ms. Sullivan is well-known as a church musician (St. Peter’s Cathedral), recitalist and entertainer. She has performed in countless productions at the Erie Playhouse, as well as Gannon and Mercyhurst theaters. She has also performed as a guest soloist with the Erie Philharmonic and the Erie Chamber Orchestra, and performed at the White House for the National Press Christmas Party and with the Marines Corps National Band. Ms. Sullivan is a winner of the Erie Legend Award for Best Musical Performance and served on the board for the Erie Area Summer Festival of the Arts as associate director of programs.

Cast list will be below.
Students from Mercyhurst College will be performing the East Coast premiere of THE MONOLOGUE ZONE- cast list and more info soon.

To order THE MONOLOGUE ZONE, please click here

THE MONOLOGUE ZONE was first seen in San Diego, CA, May 2009. Many thanks to Scripteasers  - and the following cast

Narrator -
 Jonathan Dunn-Rankin
Susan Benninghoff
Irene Tiger
Ina Felser
Mary Boersma
Tom Furth
Mitch Feingold

in the following monologues -
After Class
Always in My Heart

Meaning of Wisdom
Nobody Told Me
Ripple Effect
Secret Room
What Have I Forgotten 

 HOW TO WRITE A MONOLOGUE IN 10 EASY LESSONS (Well, maybe not so easy) by Janet S. Tiger

is now available via tigerteam1@gmail.com
or click here for more info

Patricia Sullivan was the first teacher to use this book in her drama classes at Mercyhurst.

Sullivan also produced THE SENSES OF DANCE at Mercyhurst College (now University!)

The Senses of Dance was given its world premiere in 2010