Sister Calling My Name
Presented by Blackfriars Repertory Theatre and The Storm Theatre
January 24 - February 16, 2020
Written by Buzz McLaughlin
Produced by Fr. Peter John Cameron, O.P.
Directed by Peter Dobbins
A young man, Michael Stouffer, disillusioned by divorce and a failed academic career, is tricked into returning to his hometown after a self-willed separation of nearly eighteen years to face an emotionally charged encounter with his past.
An enthralling tour de force, this award-winning play deals with issues of love and loss, faith and doubt, the strength of family ties, and the possibility of personal redemption.
John Marshall is a Vermont native. After AMDA NYC, John performed in the New England regional stage scene for several years. This is his first Storm show! JohnMarshallActor.com
Gillian is thrilled to get back in the theatre after recently wrapping a lead role in the indie feature film Dead Remains. Her recent TV credits include “Evil Lives Here,” “True Crime,” “The Perfect Murder” & “Diabolical.” Gillian wants to extend a special thanks to her coaches & community at The Freeman Studio and to her friends and family for their support!
Buzz McLaughlin is a playwright and screenwriter, theatre and film producer, script
consultant, and teacher. His plays, which include Transcendence, Leaving Jane,
Traverse des Sioux, Sister Calling My Name, Spirit on the Plains, Absent Without
Leave, Limits, and Wings, have been produced in NYC and regionally in the U.S. and Canada.
Peter Dobbins is a co-founding member and Producing Artistic Director of the Storm Theatre Company.. Recently he directed the Blackfriars Repertory Theatre and Storm Theatre’s production of Ah, Wilderness! at the Sheen Center. Last spring he directed The Rainmaker by N. Richard Nash, and the prior spring directed Death Comes For The War Poets by Joseph Pearce, both at The Sheen Center. Dobbins’ other directing credits include: T.S. Eliot’s Murder in the Cathedral; Dion Boucicault’s The Shaughraun and Arrah~na~Pogue; Stewart Parker’s Spokesong; William Shakespeare’s As You Like It, The Tempest, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Twelfth Night; Karol Wojtya (Pope John Paul II)’s The Jeweler’s Shop, Jeremiah, and Our God’s Brother.