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Teresa Leggard

Director

The Green Book Wine Club Train Trip Cast/Crew

KC MeltingPot Theatre

Lanette King

as Alicia/Cotton Blue

Jabrelle Herbin

as Saige/Lucy

Karis Harrington

as Toni/Henrietta

Khrystal Coppage

as Marie

Melonnie Walker

Dramaturg

Marica Davis

Costumer

Cecilia Evelyn

Belser-Patton

as Lynn/Bertha

Danny Kopitke

Stage Manager

Morgan Cole

Assistant Stage

Manager/Board

Operator

Theresa Kelly

Scenic Design/Lighting

Michelle Tyrene

Johnson

Writer

Five contemporary black women from Kansas City take weekend train trip as part of their book/wine club. Marie, a librarian, in addition to arranging the trip, is also doing research for her grandmother’s 80th birthday which involves looking through “The Negro Motorist Green Book,” the guidebook used by African-Americans in pre-integration America to know the safe places to stay and patronize while traveling. Marie accidentally time travels to the 1940s, where she stays in a boarding house mentioned in the “Green Book.” The four actresses in the boarding house are double-cast as Marie’s friends on the trip.

The Green Book Wine Club Train Trip

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Teresa Leggard

Director

The Green Book Wine Club Train

Trip Cast/Crew

KC MeltingPot Theatre

Jabrelle Herbin

as Saige/Lucy

Karis Harrington

as Toni/Henrietta

Lanette King

as Alicia/Cotton Blue

Cecilia Evelyn Belser-

Patton

as Lynn/Bertha

Theresa Kelly

Scenic Design/Lighting

Marica Davis

Costumer

Danny Kopitke

Stage Manager

Morgan Cole

Assistant Stage

Manager/Board Operator

KCMelting Pot Theatre All Rights Reserved Made by WebDebSites

Melonnie Walker

Dramatrug

Khrystal Coppage

as Marie

Michelle Tyrene

Johnson

Writer

Five contemporary black women from Kansas City take weekend train trip as part of their book/wine club. Marie, a librarian, in addition to arranging the trip, is also doing research for her grandmother’s 80th birthday which involves looking through “The Negro Motorist Green Book,” the guidebook used by African- Americans in pre-integration America to know the safe places to stay and patronize while traveling. Marie accidentally time travels to the 1940s, where she stays in a boarding house mentioned in the “Green Book.” The four actresses in the boarding house are double-cast as Marie’s friends on the trip.

The Green Book Wine Club Train Trip

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