Flower and Bone Productions
Flower and Bone Productions was originally formed to produce one-actor plays and present them in communities in surrounding states.
Flower and Bone Productions produces theatrical performances for the benefit of the community and to facilitate development and production of new works by New Mexico playwrights.
The specific objectives and purpose of this organization are:
a. To produce theatrical productions, including full-length and short plays, workshops, and play festivals.
b. To advertise and otherwise market such productions.
c. To provide assistance to playwrights, actors, producers, and directors in production and marketing.
Co-Producer; Playwright; Actor
DENNIS WEST is a playwright and works as a volunteer in set construction; he was trained in that area by set designer and master carpenter Robert Cooper at the Renaissance Center in Dickson, TN. He moved to New Mexico in 2015.
He also works as an actor in theater, commercials, and film/television. Favorite 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 co-starred in the short film Final Judgment. For Dennis' full resume see www.dennis-west.com.
Co-Facilitator of the Playwrights Circle of the Albuquerque Theatre Guild; Member of the Albuquerque Theatre Guild, Society for American Baseball Research, National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, and American Association of Community Theatre.
CAROLYN WICKWIRE is a New Mexico-based actor who works in theatre, film, and television. She has won awards for her work in Beauty Queen of Leenane and in The Women. She has appeared in several local theater productions since moving to New Mexico in 2015. Her most recent film roles were in Manglehorn with Al Pacino and Fast Color. She recently appeared in Better Call Saul and Longmire and had a recurring role in the TV drama Prison Break and was on In Plain Sight. She is represented by The O' agency in Albuquerque..
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; Co-Facilitator of the Playwrights Circle of the Albuquerque Theatre Guild.
RICK HUFF: Across nearly 50 years in Theatre Arts, director and actor Rick Huff has most often found himself in front of the lights, performing such roles as King Arthur in Camelot or the title role in Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure. But he values his time in the director's chair! As a writer/director he has helmed productions for such groups as Players, Inc., Southwest Writers' Radio Workshop, and he was proud to have staged the regional premiere of Carlton Fisk's challenging work Susanna for Opera Southwest. His original children's eco-operetta Gasp! has received two mountings by that company and he is a partner in the Gonzo Opera company, which is due to stage productions of two operas created with composer Daniel Steven Crafts. Rick is honored to have been entrusted with shaping and staging Sultan of Swat: The Babe Ruth You Don't Know