Welcome to the University of Houston's Dramaturgy page on Mother Courage and Her Children by Bertolt Brecht

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The performance dates are

Preview: October 25 8pm

Opening Night: October 26 8pm

October 27 8pm

October 28 2pm

November 1 8pm

Novmber 2 8pm

November 3 8pm

November 4 2pm

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Who's Who'


Kirk Ellis- Man with Eye Patch

Miguel Garcia- Swiss Cheese

Sarah Heddins- Farmer's Wife

Shannon Hill- Mother Courage

Joshua Kyle Hoppe- Chaplain

Amber Johnson- Ensemble

Shunte Lofton- Clerk/Ensemble

Kevin Lusignolo- Cook

Robert Meek- Second Sargent/Ensemble

Mac Mitchell- Old Soldier/Lieutenant

Mateo Mpinduzi-Mott- Eilif

David Oliverez- Peasant/Ensemble

Susie Parr- Yvette Pottier

Patrick Poole- First General

Robert Price- Sargent/Ensemble

Craig Putman- Munitions Officer/Old Colonel/Young Soldier

Kristen Rice- Kattrin

Jason Ronje- Recruiting Officer

Anna Schultz- Old Woman/Ensemble

Thomas Sumrall- Young Man


Keith Byron Kirk- Director

Miriam Daly- Music Director

Sawyer Estes- Assistant Director

Jack Young- Fight Director

Chelsea Touchet- Lighting Designer

Aaron Alexander- Sound Designer

Frankie Teuber- Scenic Designer

Lindsay Burns- Assistant Scenic Designer

James McDaniel- Costume Designer

Matt Plamp- Projections

Elizabeth Jordan- Dramaturg

Kendall Kaminsky- Assistant Dramaturg

Stage Management

Rachel R. Bush- Production Stage Manager

Ciara Ayala- Stage Manager

Meg Edyvean- First ASM


Set/Props- Sarah Powell, Kat Trevino, Valentina Olarte

ELX- John Forsch, Evan Seligman

Wardrobe- Erin Brady, Lori Alcazar

Other- Austin Abernathy, Zach Leonard

Actor's PacketEdit

Find information on the playwright Bertolt Brecht and translator Tony Kuschner.

Also find related works and supplementary material for UH's "American Folklore" interpretation of Mother Courage

Rehearsal Packet

Rehearsal Packet by Elizabeth Jordan & Kendall Kaminsky


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