Flower and Bone Productions
CAROLYN WICKWIRE is a Dallas-based actor who works in theatre, film, and television. She has won awards for her work in Beauty Queen of Leenane at Quad C Theatre and in The Women at Contemporary Theatre of Dallas. She recently appeared in Superior Donuts at Theatre Too and The Grapes of Wrath at WaterTower Theatre. Her most recent film role was in Manglehorn with Al Pacino, soon to be released. She also had a recurring role in the TV drama Prison Break and has appeared in In Plain Sight. She is represented by the Kim Dawson Agency.
She began her professional acting career after the age of 50, and quickly became established on the local acting scene. For her full resume see www.carolynwickwire.com.
Member of SAG-AFTRA, the Albuquerque Theatre Guild and New Mexico Women in Film
Available for production in your theater, later this year
O'KEEFFE! is a complete
turn-key production which includes:
Transportation of the set, props, costumes and recorded
music to your theater; set-up and strike.
To be negotiated
Your theater will provide:
A board operator, stage manager, publicity and box office support. One day of tech prior to opening.
Carolyn Wickwire, Co-Producer and Actor
Co-Producer; Playwright and Actor
OUIDA WHITE began her career at the Arkansas Arts Center,where she wrote and directed plays for young audiences. After several years in Los Angeles, acting on film and stage (DramaLogue Critic’s and LA Times Awards), she came to Dallas “for a year” and has been working as an actress (Column and Dallas Morning News Awards), coach and director ever since. She is represented by The Horne Agency. She spent a rewarding 12 years as a member of the Theatre
Department at Richland College. There she directed the all community production of Trojan Women, starring Georgia Clinton, which opened the Richland Amphitheatre. Later that year she was named Outstanding Adjunct Faculty, Humanities. In 2005 she won a Column Award for Best Director of a Play (Non Equity) for Richardson Theatre Centre’s Morning’s At Seven, also named one of the year’s 10 Best by the Dallas Voice. She dedicates O’Keeffe! to her granddaughters, Shelby, Taylor, and Romi.
Aaron Patrick Turner, Costume Designer for O'KEEFFE!
M.F.A. from the University of Oklahoma and a B.F.A. from Northeastern State University. He has designed over 90 productions and garnered critical praise and numerous awards for his work. He was named Best Costume Designer in the Dallas Observers’ 100 Most Influential People of Dallas 2010.
DENNIS WEST is active in set construction and was trained in that area by set designer and master carpenter Robert Cooper at the Renaissance Center in Dickson, TN. He moved to Dallas in 2009. He also works as an actor in theater, commercials, and film/television. Favorite recent roles include Grampa Joad in The Grapes of Wrath, Candy in Of Mice and Men, Sheriff Heck Tate in To Kill a Mockingbird, and H.C. (Pop) Curry in The Rainmaker. He recently co-starred in the short film Final Judgment.
Member of the Albuquerque Theatre Guild, Society for American Baseball Research, and National Baseball Hall of Fame Museum.
GEORGIA O’KEEFFE was born November 15, 1887 in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. She studied art, but feeling stymied by traditional methods and forced to earn her living, she quit painting for several years. Befriended and encouraged by Alon Bement, she began to paint again. A friend sent some of her drawings to Alfred Stieglitz. His reaction to her drawings was overwhelming, stating "At last, a woman on paper!" When he exhibited her drawings without her permission, she demanded that he take them down. He refused. She relented. Thus began “Stieglitz and O’Keeffe.” In 1923, Stieglitz held a major exhibit of O'Keeffe's work at the Anderson Galleries. The following year, Stieglitz and his wife of 31 years divorced and he and Georgia married. That year she painted the flower series for which she would become famous. Years later, suffocated by his large and demanding family, she traveled to New Mexico, and found a spiritual and artistic home. She returned every summer until 1946, when her husband died. Only then did she move from New York and permanently reside in New Mexico, She died March 6, 1986 at the age of 98. Her body was cremated and her ashes were scattered over her beloved 'faraway.'
LUCINDA McDERMOTT holds an MFA in Playwriting from the University of Virginia. Her work includes Feeding On Mulberry Leaves at the Barter Theatre (premiere); Bricks at City Theatre in Miami and the University of Wisconsin; and O'Keeffe! at Primary Stages and the William Redfield Theatre in New York City; Mill Mountain Theatre in Roanoke, Virginia; Daylesford Theatre in Bermuda; and elsewhere in theatres, museums and arts centers throughout the U.S. Ms. McDermott is a director and actor (she originated the role of Georgia O'Keeffe in O'Keeffe!). She has taught playwriting and was playwright-in-residence at Playworks of North Carolina. She is a member of the Dramatists Guild, Actors Equity Association, and the Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas. Ms. McDermott lives in the mountains of Virginia.
Flower and Bone Productions was formed to produce one-actor plays and present them in communities in surrounding states. We partner with theaters, including community and small professional theaters, and share all profits equally. We provide an opportunity for small theaters to present professional plays for their audiences. We also offer other writer/actors the chance to present their one-actor shows.
MARIANNE GALLOWAY forged a directing career as the Founding Artistic Director of Dallas’ Risk Theater Initiative, where she helmed productions of Waiting for Godot, Slaughterhouse-5, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (in co-production with Shakespeare Dallas), Angels in America, Marisol, and Antarctica. Nationally, she served as the Assistant Director on the DeafWest/Pasadena Playhouse world premiere co-production of Stephen Sach’s Open Window (assisting Academy Award winner and Tony Award nominee Eric Simonson), and directed Off-Broadway for the historic Cherry Lane Theater in New York. Her freelance directing projects include The Receptionist (WaterTower Theater), Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare Dallas), The Young Man From Atlanta (Uptown Players), Lawrence and Holloman (Second Thought Theatre), Shadowlands (Contemporary Theatre of Dallas), and Bedbound (Theatre Quorum). She shifted the focus of her career to acting in 2008, and has since performed in such productions as Sylvia (Sylvia), Rabbit Hole (Izzy), Crimes of the Heart (Meg), Sanders Family Christmas (June), Title of Show (Susan), and Beehive (Janis Joplin/Brenda Lee). Severely hearing-impaired since early childhood, she played Sarah Norman in the recent Dallas production of Children of A Lesser God (for which she won her third DFW Critics Forum Award). She recently made her Off-Broadway debut as Elizabeth in the New York City premiere of Laundry and Bourbon at the Clurman Theater. Marianne is a Member of the Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab, and Directors LabWest. Her primary job is that of Chief Operating Officer of “Galloway, Inc.”, where she partners with her patient husband Steve to carry out the ever-whimsical agenda of their 3-year-old daughter, Zoe (better known as “The CEO”).
Director of a new play currently in development