Photo series: My night at the Catamounts’ ‘Jon’

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Ryan Wuestewald, who plays Jon, rehearses the final scene one last time before director Amanda Berg Wilson, left, and producer Sara McPherson Horle.

 

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Sonia Justl prepares her hair in the Dairy Center’s backstage dressing room.

 

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Touring the backstage area at the Dairy Center can be somewhat anachronistic, what with the Catamounts’ futuristic “Jon” playing on one stage, and Upstart Crow’s “Caesar and Cleopatra” on another – while ballet classes play out right next to the green room. Here, Jason Maxwell, who plays a “co√∂rdinator” named Mr. Slippen in “Jon,” poses with a “Caesar and Cleopatra” cast member for the beginnings of some kind of absurdist play of their own making.

 

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Michelle Hurtubise plays a Taste Maker, and this Taste Maker says, “Glitter!”

 

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Anyone born before 1975 will appreciate Ryan Wuestewald’s young James T. Kirk kind of look.

 

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Verl Hite may be a nice guy who plays a man called “Dove,” but at this moment, he sure looks ready to kill me.

 

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Jason Maxwell and Michelle Hurtubise.

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