Artistic Director Michael Stevenson &
Managing Director Keith Riedell Present


SMART PEOPLE

by Lydia R. Diamond

Directed by Judith Moreland**

Live Theatre & Virtually On Demand


June 22 - July 24, 2022

Performance Length:  2 Hours, 15 Minutes, One Intermission


Featuring

Rinabeth Apostol*      James R. Ellison, III

Tiffanie Mack       Aaron Wilton*



 

Scenic & Projections Designer
Ian Wallace
Costume Designer
Rebecca Redmond

Lighting Designer 
Isaiah Leeper

Sound Designer
Ed Lee
Properties Designer
Kimberly Taketa
 
 

Stage Manager
Anthony E Gabrielson*

 
Assistant Stage Manager
Katherine Cannon*
 
Sponsored by Dan Brunner
 
 
 
 

“Smart People” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc. www.concordtheatricals.com
New York Premiere Produced by Second Stage Theatre, New York, 2016
Carole Rothman, Artistic Director / Casey Reitz, Executive Director
SMART PEOPLE was originally produced by the Huntington Theatre Company
Boston, Massachusetts
Peter DuBois, Artistic Director / Michael Maso, Managing Director
SMART PEOPLE was originally commissioned by McCarter Theatre, Princeton, NJ
Emily Mann, Artistic Director / Jeffrey Woodward, Managing Director

 
*Member Actors' Equity Association 
**Member Stage Directors & Choreographers Society

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About The Play

by Stephanie Tucker, PhD.

Lydia Diamond started writing Smart People in 2007, the year Barack Obama announced his candidacy for presidency, inevitably foregrounding issues of race in these United States. 2007 is also the year Smart People opens. Set in ”various locations in Cambridge, Massachusetts,” Smart People begins with a “Prologue” in which Diamond introduces her four characters, all of whom are connected to Harvard University: Valerie Johnston, an actress and recent recipient of an MFA from Harvard’s American Repertory Theatre; Dr. Jackson Moore, an intern on surgical rotation at the Medical School; Dr. Ginny Yang, a tenured psychology professor, who studies anxiety and depression among Asian-American women; and, the protagonist, Dr. Brian White, a tenured neuro-psychiatrist, who researches the physical and chemical activity of the brain as it pertains to racial identity—or, more simply, a possible biological explanation for racism. Four very “smart” people, indeed.

During the course of the play, these four, all strangers at play’s start, discuss their various professional pursuits and dilemmas, befriend one another, and help one another out—or try to. Given their various ethnicities, Valerie and Jackson are African-American, Ginny is Chinese-Japanese-American, and Brian is white, each has a professional and personal interest in the subject of race—topics still being discussed and debated among academics and scientists in 2022.  

Yet this topic is not alone in giving Smart People its timeliness and relevance. Diamond does a brilliant job of using the stage to enlighten the audience, and the characters themselves, using a variety of metatheatrical techniques. At times, two or more characters are on stage simultaneously: “Everyone in his/her separate area,” to quote a stage direction. Short scenes of single characters shed light on aspects of their beings—always tellingly. Longer scenes tend to dramatize significant relational issues, and the penultimate scene provides a terrific climactic moment. As varied as they are, the scenes are brilliantly interwoven into a narrative whole.

Having a character, who’s an actor, also emphasizes the theatricality of the piece—and here, Valerie’s roles shed light on this play’s themes. When we first meet her, Valerie’s in rehearsal for a production of Julius Caesar, in which she plays Portia, the wife of Brutus, “the noblest Roman of them all,” whose part in Caesar’s assassination is driven by what he believed to be the good of Rome. Towards play’s end, Valerie gets a part in Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People, whose protagonist, Dr.Thomas Stockmann, becomes “an enemy” to those around him as he fails to make social reform—the result of his outspoken arrogance—not unlike Smart People’s protagonist, Brian—all privileged, socially upstanding men with noble goals.

A contemporary comedy of manners, Smart People does indeed examine the foibles, and strengths, of its four characters, and does so with humor, compassion, and clear sightedness. All are well meaning, hardworking and driven in their pursuit of professional accomplishments. And all are bedeviled by various aspects of racism. Diamond has said:

I have always spoken to my work being about the intersection of race and class and sexuality, but I always kind of back-ended into it. I started this play and I thought, you know what? This is about race. I’m not going to pretend it’s a play that’s just about how these people who just happen to be these different races bounce off each other and such is landscape of America and blah blah blah. This is my “there it is” kind of play.

And “there it is”, indeed. Thought-provoking, theatrical and deeply moving, Smart People may be about four highly intelligent and motivated people, but they (and those off-stage characters with whom they interact) reflect, sympathetically, feelings and thoughts with which those of us in the audience can identify—and empathize, and wrestle. Enjoy this very smart play!
 

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Cast

Rinabeth Apostol*
Ginny Yang
James R. Ellison, III
Jackson Moore
Tiffanie Mack
Valerie Johnston
Aaron Wilton*
Brian White

Creative Team

Lydia R. Diamond

Playwright

Judith Moreland

Director

Michael Stevenson

Artistic Director

Keith Riedell

Managing Director

Katherine Cannon*

Production & Company Manager/Asst. Stage Manager

Carlos Llontop

Technical Director

Anthony E Gabrielson*

Stage Manager

Ian Wallace

Scenic & Projections Designer

Isaiah Leeper

Lighting Designer

Rebecca Redmond

Costume Designer

Ed Lee

Sound Designer

Kimberly Taketa

Properties Designer

Samantha McLean Haas

Scenic Charge Artist

Stephanie Tucker, PhD

Dramaturg

Liz Frederick

Intimacy Director

Nick Raborn^

Production Assistant

kaden zaldumbide^

Assistant to the Director

Special Thanks

Donna Chipps

Barbara Greenwood

Jim Hensley, President Abbey Flooring, Inc.

Oak Park Brewing Company

Robert Mandelson


 

Production Staff

Production Manager/Asst. Stage Manager  - KATHERINE CANNON*

Technical Director  - CARLOS LLONTOP

Lead Carpenter - RICH KIRLIN

Scenic Charge Artist  - SAMANTHA McLEAN HAAS

Sound Designer & Engineer  - ED LEE

Lead Electrician  - MARI OYAIZU CARSON

Literary Manager/Dramaturg  - STEPHANIE TUCKER, PhD.

Stage Manager  - ANTHONY E GABRIELSON*

Production Assistant  - NICK RABORN^

Assistant to the Director/Asst. Dramaturg - KADEN ZALDUMBIDE^

Intimacy Director - LIZ FREDERICK

Properties & Sound Assistant  - ANDREW FRIDAE^

Lighting Assistant & Crew Swing  - RAND DOERNING^

Properties & Costume Assistant  - CECILIA CASTILLO JUAREZ^

Dresser & Run Crew - YASMINE SALMERON

Build Crew  - RAND DOERNING^, ANDREW FRIDAE^, CECILIA CASTILLO JUAREZ^, RICH KIRLIN, ALEX MARTINEZ, NICHOLAS RABORN^, KAITLIN WEINSTEIN^, KADEN ZALDUMBIDE^

COVID-19 Safety Managers  - KATIE CANNON, ELIJAH PETERS, RUBY SKETCHLEY

Graphic Designer  - MISTY MCDOWELL

Photographer  - CHARR CRAIL

Videographer/Editor - MISTY MCDOWELL

Webmaster - MISTY MCDOWELL

^ Capital Stage Apprentice  |  * Member Actors' Equity Association


 

Meet the Company

Rinabeth Apostol*

Ginny Yang
Rinabeth is happy to return to Cap Stage after appearing virtually in SMART PEOPLE, THE GREAT LEAP, and onstage in VIETGONE. Offstage, she has kept busy with the world premiere of DISBELIEF (PlayGround), THE HEADLANDS (American Conservatory Theatre), PLAY LIKE A GIRL (Two River Theatre), workshopping several new plays, motion capture on several video games and lending her voice to various commercials and audiobooks. Proud member of AEA, SAG-AFTRA and Ferocious Lotus www.rinabeth.com

James R. Ellison, III

Jackson Moore
James R. Ellison, III is a natural born entertainer. Since the age of 4 he knew that by performing he could touch lives and inspire. James has done plays, stand-up comedy, improv, and local films all over southern and northern California.

Tiffanie Mack

Valerie Johnston
Tiffanie Mack is a former CapStage apprentice and is very excited to be back performing with this theatre company again. Her most recent roles at Capstage include #11 in THE WOLVES and Grace in AN OCTOROON.

Aaron Wilton*

Brian White
Aaron Wilton is elated to be back at Cap Stage, where he was previously seen in ENRON, CLYBOURNE PARK, SANTALAND DIARIES, BETWEEN RIVERSIDE & CRAZY and LUNA GALE! He’s an award-winning actor, voice-over artist and motion-capture artist, with roles in film (JEXI, THE BOAT BUILDER), television (CRIMINAL MINDS, SUNSET GLORY) and video games (MAFIA: DEFINITIVE EDITION, WATCH DOGS 2, GODFATHER 2, BATTLEFIELD: HARDLINE, the NBA2K series), as well as commercials with Taco Bell, Xfinity, Wells Fargo, Blue Shield, Charles Schwab, Chase, Cisco, Adobe, EA Games, Pixar and Tejava. Notable stage productions include George Street Playhouse's INSPECTING CAROL (with Peter Scolari & Dan Lauria), Aurora Theatre Company's JOHN GABRIEL BORKMAN (with Karen Grassle), the lead in the World Premiere of Hudson Stage Company's AFTER ALL (with Broadway's Walter Charles & Susan Pellegrino) and the Western Premiere of BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON at San Jose Stage Company.

Lydia R. Diamond

Playwright
Lydia R. Diamond is a prolific playwright and teaching artist whose plays include SMART PEOPLE, STICK FLY, HARRIET JACOBS, VOYEURS DE VENUS, THE GIFT HORSE, THE INSIDE, and her adaptation of Toni Morrison’s novel, THE BLUEST EYE. Her early works were nurtured in Chicago theatres like Congo Square, MPAACT and Chicago Dramatists, and have gone on to enjoy productions around the country at theatres including Arena Stage, Company One, The Goodman, The Guthrie, The Huntington, Kansas City Rep, Long Wharf, The McCarter, Second Stage, Steppenwolf, True Colors, and her Broadway run of STICK FLY at the Cort Theatre on Broadway. Her work has been commissioned by theatres including Arena Stage, The Huntington, The Humana Festival, The McCarter Theatre Co., The Roundabout, Second Stage, Steppenwolf, and True Colors. She has been tapped by HBO to develop an original series and writes for Showtime’s The Affair. Ms. Diamond is on demand as a speaker on the radio, at universities, conferences, and institutes around the country. She has held fellowships and residencies at Harvard’s Radcliffe Institute, The DuBois Institute at Harvard, Arena Stage, TCG/NEA Residency at Steppenwolf, and was a resident playwright for over fifteen years at Chicago Dramatists. Ms. Diamond is a graduate of Northwestern University, and has taught at DePaul, Columbia College, Gallery 37, and was on faculty for eight years at Boston University.

Judith Moreland

Director
This is the fourth production Judith has directed at Cap Stage. She previously directed AN OCTOROON (2017), BETWEEN RIVERSIDE AND CRAZY (2019), and SMART PEOPLE (Virtual Production, 2021). She’s also directed at The Fountain Theatre (Los Angeles), Inkwell Theater (Los Angeles), the Blank Theater (Hollywood), and the Road Theatre (North Hollywood) among others. She has extensive acting credits in film and television, and has worked with many regional theater companies including the New York Shakespeare Festival, Playwrights Horizons (NY), Ensemble Studio Theater (Los Angeles), Meadow Brook Theater (Detroit) and Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles. She was a company member of San Francisco’s American Conservatory Theater for many years and is a faculty member at UCLA’s school of Theater, Film and Television.

Michael Stevenson

Artistic Director
For Capital Stage, Michael has directed THE LIFESPAN OF A FACT, ADMISSIONS, THE HUMANS, THE OTHER PLACE, SWEAT, THE THANKSGIVING PLAY, LUNA GALE, STUPID F##KING BIRD, HOW TO USE A KNIFE, DISGRACED, MR. BURNS, IDEATION, CLYBOURNE PARK, MAURITIUS, ERRATICA (World Premiere), and LES LIAISONS DANGERUSES. He has directed at regional theatres including: B Street Theatre, Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival, Orlando Shakespeare Company, Perseverance Theatre Company, and Sacramento Theatre Company. As an actor he has appeared at many regional theatres including: 42nd Street Moon, American Conservatory Theatre, The Aurora Theatre, Bailiwick Repertory Theatre, Capital Stage, B Street Theatre, the Utah Shakespeare Festival, and Marriott’s Lincolnshire Theatre. He holds an M.F.A. from the American Conservatory Theatre.

Keith Riedell

Managing Director
Keith Riedell celebrates his 15th year at Capital Stage, joining the company early in the second season. He brings to Capital Stage his varied experiences in the theatre, management, team building, counseling, training and corporate improvement. In his role as Managing Director he hopes to make Capital Stage a world class place to work, while playing an important role in the social justice efforts in our region.

Katherine Cannon*

Production & Company Manager/Asst. Stage Manager
Katie is in her 4th season as Production & Company Manager for Capital Stage, after several years with them as an AEA Stage Manager. Favorite shows stage managed for Capital Stage include AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY, BETRAYAL, DISGRACED and ANNA KARENINA. She has also stage managed for Broadway at Music Circus for 17 seasons, most recently for SHREK, as well as being their Production Stage Manager at the Cosmopolitan Cabaret. Additional stage management credits include productions for the Sacramento Opera, Sacramento Theatre Company, and Musical Theatre West & Main Street Theatre in the greater Los Angeles Area.

Carlos Llontop

Technical Director
Having been a Technical Director for Folsom Lake College for many years as well as a Lead Technician at the Harris Center of the Arts, Carlos is excited to make his debut with Capital Stage during their reopening season. Some of his favorite productions include Spring Awakening, The Who’s Tommy, Hair, and Marat/ Sade. He wants to take a moment to thank his previous professors and mentors Ian Wallace, Rebecca Redmond, David Harris and Sam Coquerille. He would also like to thank his amazing team of apprentices for all their hard work and dedication. He is looking forward to making some magic and creating art with his fellow artists for time to come.

Anthony E Gabrielson*

Stage Manager
Returning to Sacramento and Capital Stage after six years away. Tony has worked with many theaters and dance companies locally and around the country over the last 15 years. Favorite productions include: Disney’s: Beauty and the Beast with Barter Theater in Abingdon, VA, Monty Python’s: Spam-a-Lot with Music Circus, On Borrowed Time at Two River Theater in Red Bank, NJ, and developmental workshops of Bottleshock: The Musical. He is blessed and beyond grateful to continue working as an artist in our community. Love and thanks to Jessa and Piper - his favorite people.

Ian Wallace

Scenic & Projections Designer
Ian is excited to design for Cap Stage again, having previously designed THE ELABORATE ENTRANCE OF CHAD DEITY back in 2013. Ian is the department chair of Theatre and Cinema Arts at Folsom Lake College, as well as a lecturer at UC Davis. Previous designs include THE FLYING DUTCHMAN (Opera San Jose); EL HENRY, OUR TOWN, RECIPE FOR DISASTER, FRIDA LIBRE (La Jolla Playhouse); GREAT AMERICAN TRAILER PARK MUSICAL, TORTILLA CURTAIN, IN THE TIME OF THE BUTTERFLIES, INTO THE BEAUTIFUL NORTH (San Diego Rep); THE LAST MATCH, WE'RE GONNA BE OKAY, THE GIVER (B Street); STILL WILL BE HEARD (Mondavi Center). International designs include SIAVASH, SCARLET STONE (Toronto), RUINS TRUE (Romania, Budapest, Avignon); DEATH OF A SALESMAN (Romania); DRUMS ON THE DAM (London). Television: GUIDING LIGHT (CBS). USA829 member. BFA: NYU; MFA: UC San Diego.

Isaiah Leeper

Lighting Designer
Isaiah Leeper is incredibly excited to be lighting up Capital Stage for the second time after first designing for PASS OVER! Recently he was able to bring light to the world of FENCES and AIN'T MISBEHAVIN' at Sacramento Theatre Company. He would like to take the time to thank the cast, crew, and entire company for being so welcoming and making this every bit the experience he hoped to have.

Rebecca Redmond

Costume Designer
Rebecca Redmond is happy to be back at Capital Stage where she has designed many productions over her 16-year tenure, starting on “the boat” with PROOF. Her most recent credits include BETWEEN RIVERSIDE AND CRAZY, THE HUMANS, THE ROOMMATE, LUNA GALE, and BAD JEWS. Rebecca earned her MFA in theater from UC Davis. Her other recent designs have been seen at San Francisco’s Theater Rhinoceros (PILLOW TALK, THE REVIEW), Sierra College (MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS), Folsom Lake College (HAIR, ALICE IN WONDERLAND, MACBETH, MARAT/SADE), and Sacramento City College (THE BEAUX’ STRATAGEM, THE GREAT GATSBY). In addition to costume design, Rebecca is also a jewelry designer and professor at Folsom Lake College. Follow her on social media @ModernDalliance.

Ed Lee

Sound Designer
Ed is delighted to be part of another season at Capital Stage. He has been involved in almost every production since the company’s aquatic days at the Delta King, from artwork for SPEECH AND DEBATE to appearing in FIRST PERSON SHOOTER. Favorite sound design credits include: MASTER CLASS; SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME; 4000 MILES; MISTAKES WERE MADE; RAPTURE, BLISTER, BURN; and UNCANNY VALLEY.

Kimberly Taketa

Properties Designer
Kimberly Taketa is excited to return to Capital Stage, previously working as an apprentice during their 2017-2018 Season. She is a graduate of SacState and alumni of the Music Circus Intern Program, primarily as a Props Artisan. She has worked as a Props Master, Light and Scenic designer, and Stage Manager for over 20 productions. She is currently the Technical Director at The Fourth Wall. Notable productions being THE PRODUCERS, DIVINERS, LUNA GALE, MAJORIE PRIME, BARE: THE MUSICAL, and finally, her directorial debut of Team Starkid’s THE TRAIL TO OREGON at the Fourth Wall.

Samantha McLean Haas

Scenic Charge Artist
Samantha McLean Haas has been painting sets for 11 years. She's worked at Sacramento City College, University of California Davis, Sacramento Theatre Company, and Music Circus. This is her eleventh show with Capital Stage.

Stephanie Tucker, PhD

Dramaturg

Liz Frederick

Intimacy Director
Liz (she/her) is an intimacy coordinator and director working in the San Francisco and Sacramento area. She ensures challenging stories can be told by choreographing moments of intimacy while protecting the boundaries of the entire production. She is delighted to be back in Sacramento working at Capital Stage. Her choreography was last seen in BETWEEN RIVERSIDE AND CRAZY and has been seen at Aurora Theatre, College of Marin, Teatro Nagual, and Big Idea Theatre.

Nick Raborn^

Production Assistant
Nick has been working in theaters for seven years, both onstage and behind the scenes. Some highlights in his acting career include Lt. Brannigan in GUYS AND DOLLS, Philostrate in A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, and most notably as Chuck Biggs in SHE KILLS MONSTERS, all at Sac State. He was also involved in the writing process and performance of FOLLIES OF THE FOUNTAIN as part of a senior production and has most recently performed as Stan in a virtual production of SWEAT. He earned a BA in Theatre Arts from Sacramento State in 2020.

kaden zaldumbide^

Assistant to the Director
kaden ezra is an interdisciplinary artist currently attending UC Davis for their BA in Art Studio and Theatre and Dance. They began their theatre career acting in several shows at Inner City Arts in Downtown Los Angeles. While pursuing their undergrad, kaden has broadened their experience to costumes, stage management, and directing. They hope to gain more in-depth, extensive experiences, and a greater sense of the community in Nor-Cal theatre.

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MICHAEL STEVENSON - Artistic Director

KEITH RIEDELL - Managing Director

KATIE CANNON - Production & Company Manager

MISTY MCDOWELL - Marketing Manager

AALIYAH PETERS - Audience Services Manager

CARLOS LLONTOP - Technical Director

ED LEE - Resident Sound Designer & Engineer

RICH KIRLIN - Lead Carpenter

LOGAN HELLER, CHRIS SAECHAO – Box Office Assistants

RUBY SKETCHLEY – Front of House Assistant

ALYSSA MARIE MATHEWS - Concessions Associate 

JAMIE JONES, PETER MOHRMANN, GAIL RUSSELL, JANIS STEVENS – Associate Artists

RAND DOERNING, ANDREW FRIDAE, ANA MUNTEAN, KAITLIN WIENSTEIN, CECILIA CASTILLO JUAREZ, NICHOLAS RABORN, KADEN ZALDUMBIDE - Apprentices

ELIJAH PETERS, RUBY SKETCHLEY - COVID Safety Officers


 

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Donnell Brown
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Sacramento Country Day School

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Capital Stage

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