Overlapping Fireworks

Artistic Soulmates Vicky Boone, Margery Segal, and Annie Suite Reunite for Love's Fire

March 2: Early Rehearsal

Top: Boone (front left) encourages her actors to cut loose; left to right, Elizabeth Wakehouse, Shannon Riley, Jenny Larson, Stuart Bone, Lee Eddy, Cory Cruser.

Bottom: A bit of rehearsal improvisation; left to right, Stage Manager Melissa Ruggles (sitting), Shannon Riley, Stuart Bone, Nick Kougias.


Photo By Bret Brookshire

Photo By Bret Brookshire
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    It’s been six long years since Frontera artists Vicky Boone, Margery Segal, and Annie Suite have all worked with each other on a play, but the threesome still send off fireworks together, as C. Denby Swanson

    Overlapping Fireworks

    Artistic Soulmates Vicky Boone, Margery Segal, and Annie Suite Reunite for Love's Fire

    Overlapping Fireworks

    Artistic Soulmates Vicky Boone, Margery Segal, and Annie Suite Reunite for Love's Fire
  • Overlapping Fireworks

    Artistic Soulmates Vicky Boone, Margery Segal, and Annie Suite Reunite for Love's Fire

    Overlapping Fireworks

    Artistic Soulmates Vicky Boone, Margery Segal, and Annie Suite Reunite for Love's Fire

    Overlapping Fireworks

    Artistic Soulmates Vicky Boone, Margery Segal, and Annie Suite Reunite for Love's Fire

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