Agnes of God PosterBy John Peilmeier​            

Directed by: Darlene Spencer

Performances: March 2-5, 1994

Matinee: March 5, 1994

Venue: Hagey Hall 180, Humanities                Building

Agnes of God is a play about mystery and miracles. It is the story of a young nun, her Mother Superior, and a psychiatrist. A baby is found strangled in a waste paper basket and the young nun is suspected of murdering her own child. The psychiatrist must decide if she is mentally capable of standing trial. The church, the study of the mind, and immaculate conception are all brought to trial in this emotionally charged and intriguing play.

The show starred Drama Department majors Alanna McLeon as the Mother Superior, Lesley Dowey as the psychiatrist, and newcomer Krista PAige Little as Agnes. It is written by John Pielmeier and was directed by department instructor Darlene Spencer. The show was performed in the newly renovated theatre space STUDIO 180 in Hagey Hall room 180.



Lesley Dowey – Dr. Martha Livingstone

Krista Paige Little – Agnes

Alanna McLeon – Mother Miriam Ruth

Creative Team

Director – Darlene Spencer

Set/ Costume Design – Deborah Hebblethwaite

Light Design – Bruce Rorrison

​Sound Coordinator – Tim Jackson

Production Team

Production Manager – Terry Tremeer

Stage Manager – Theresa Vaughan

Head Carpenter – David Clements

Properties – Megan Leef

Head of Costumes – Shari Deamude

Musical Instructor – Anne-Marie Donovan

Light Board Operator/ Electrician – Heather Dunford

Sound Board Operator – Justin Minns

Publicity – Joyce Hahn

Photography – Dave Thomson

Assistant Stage Manager – Jim Di Gioia, Patricia Johnson

Costume Assistant – Shannon Peters

Properties Assistant – Geoffreys Kolomayz

Carpentry Assistants – Susan Hurst, Justin Minns, Mercy Valamparampil

Set Painters – Jason Burke, Brad Curtin, Samara Nicholds

Special Thanks

Father Stromyer

Jocelyne Sobeski

Alex Kordics

Al Anderson

Jan Forsythe


Iron Warrior

Nancy Forde

William Chesney

Dan Kelley

Jen Halk

Anne-Marie Donovan

John Sweeney

Kay Sweeney