Annabelle, The Bully, and a Crank react to an argument between Gertrude and Grace. (from left to right) Gertrude~Lauren Zoeller Grace~Jill Billinglsey Annabelle~Aimee Funk The Bully~Eric Scott Baker Crank~Emily Wilimese Seth~Darius M. Thompson Written & directed~Tom Libertiny Assistant Director~Betty Riggs Cinematography~Kathryn Williams and Daniel Frazer Scenic Design~Brian Dambacher Costume~AJ Martina Key HMUA~Brandie Brancheau HUMA assitant~Ashley Roos

Storytime | Gertrude, Grace, and Seth

As we continue script revisions and get ready for rehearsals in May for our upcoming tour later in the year, it seems like a good time to begin sharing the story of Null Paradox.

Gertrude, Grace, and Seth

While Gertrude and Grace have been best of friends for a long time, they have their heated moments.  Usually about two things:  Gertrude’s diminishing ability to speak her mind with anyone, and in particular with Grace.  And Grace’s occasional raging jealousy about anyone who comes close to Seth.

In Gertrude & Grace, our first book, Grace almost kills a girl at one of Seth’s parties for seemingly getting to close to Seth.  And during a later card came, following an earlier misunderstanding, Grace starts by accusing Gertrude of cheating at cards.  An argument that moments later explodes.

Annabelle, The Bully, and a Crank react to an argument between Gertrude and Grace. (from left to right) Gertrude~Lauren Zoeller Grace~Jill Billinglsey Annabelle~Aimee Funk The Bully~Eric Scott Baker Crank~Emily Wilimese Seth~Darius M. Thompson Written & directed~Tom Libertiny Assistant Director~Betty Riggs Cinematography~Kathryn Williams and Daniel Frazer Scenic Design~Brian Dambacher Costume~AJ Martina Key HMUA~Brandie Brancheau HUMA assitant~Ashley Roos

Annabelle, The Bully, and a Crank react to an argument between Gertrude and Grace
(from left to right)
Gertrude~Lauren Zoeller
Grace~Jill Billingsley
Annabelle~Aimee Funk
The Bully~Eric Scott Baker
Crank~Emily Willemse
Seth~Darius M. Thompson
Written & directed~Tom Libertiny
Assistant Director~Betty Riggs
Cinematography~Kathryn Williams and Daniel Frazer
Scenic Design~Brian Dambacher
Costume~AJ Martina
Key HMUA~Brandie Brancheau
HUMA assistant~Ashley Roos

Photo

Here’s the reaction of Annabelle (Seth’s trusted card dealer), The Bully, and a Crank.  All the while, Seth just sits back and is…Seth.

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