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Where Trouble Sleeps

Adapted from the novel by Clyde Edgerton
  • Dan Folino & Kelli Winn
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Ezra Colon & Ben Mackel
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Ashley Campos & Nathan Whitmer
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Kristen Gehling
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Ben Mackel, Dan Folino, & Ezra Colon
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Kelli Winn
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Evalyn Baron
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Ashley Campos & Dan Folino
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Kelli Winn & Michael Poisson
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Matthew Torbett & Ashley Campos
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Logan Fritz & Matthew Torbett
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Kelli Winn & Dan Folino
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Evalyn Baron
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

Synopsis

As the result of a messy head-on collision, the town of Listre has put up a blinker light at its single intersection. But that light soon attracts unwanted attention in the form of Jack Umstead, a car thief who decides to make Listre the scene of his next crime. As he waits for the right moment to strike, he encounters the townsfolk whose lives will change forever w hen a dog named Trouble wakes up from his nap.

Cast

Sergeant Floyd fifties, prison guard
Alease Toomey thirties; housewife, mother, Christian
Stephen Toomey nine; Alease’s son
Terry Daniels a neighbor boy, also nine-years-old
Train Redding forties; wheelchair-bound, owns gas station
Blake Redding thirties; Train’s younger brother
Dorothea Clark late fifties; church secretary
Preacher Crenshaw forties; minister
Cheryl Daniels nineteen; Terry’s older sister, waitress
Harvey Toomey late thirties; Alease’s husband
Bea Blaine seventies; Dorothea’s older sister.
Jack Umstead thirty-five; handsome, a stranger in town

Specs

Cast Size: 11 (5m, 4w, 2c)
Approximate Run Time: 1h 50m
Number of Acts: Two
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Production History

2009 Finalist in Barter Theatre’s Appalachian Festival of Plays and Playwrights

Where Trouble Sleeps was first produced in 2010 by Barter Theatre (Abingdon, VA), Richard Rose, Producing Artistic Director


Casting Notes:
The following roles are to be played by the same actor:
Sergeant Floyd/Harvey Toomey


Reviews

“…playwriting at its best”
Robert McKinney, Bristol Herald Courier
Cast Size: 11 (5m, 4w, 2c)
Approximate Run Time: 1h 50m
Number of Acts: Two
Script Sample
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Synopsis

As the result of a messy head-on collision, the town of Listre has put up a blinker light at its single intersection. But that light soon attracts unwanted attention in the form of Jack Umstead, a car thief who decides to make Listre the scene of his next crime. As he waits for the right moment to strike, he encounters the townsfolk whose lives will change forever w hen a dog named Trouble wakes up from his nap.

Cast

Sergeant Floyd
fifties, prison guard
Alease Toomey
thirties; housewife, mother, Christian
Stephen Toomey
nine; Alease’s son
Terry Daniels
a neighbor boy, also nine-years-old
Train Redding
forties; wheelchair-bound, owns gas station
Blake Redding
thirties; Train’s younger brother
Dorothea Clark
late fifties; church secretary
Preacher Crenshaw
forties; minister
Cheryl Daniels
nineteen; Terry’s older sister, waitress
Harvey Toomey
late thirties; Alease’s husband
Bea Blaine
seventies; Dorothea’s older sister.
Jack Umstead
thirty-five; handsome, a stranger in town
Casting Notes:
The following roles are to be played by the same actor:
Sergeant Floyd/Harvey Toomey


Reviews

“…playwriting at its best”
Robert McKinney, Bristol Herald Courier

Production History

2009 Finalist in Barter Theatre’s Appalachian Festival of Plays and Playwrights

Where Trouble Sleeps was first produced in 2010 by Barter Theatre (Abingdon, VA), Richard Rose, Producing Artistic Director

Script Sample
Request Rights