Photos from SIX PAINTED LADIES

May 15, 2017

A few delightful images of myself and fellow cast members in the SAG-AFTRA staged reading of Norry Niven’s, Six Painted Ladies, at the Margo Jones Theater, Dallas, TX.

In the staged reading of Norry’s short film, I played Valfierno, a French con artist, who plays with the fulcrum of the ingenue to lever out the dough from her oil baron father.  Having sold the Eiffel Tower any number of times, he is confident that he can sell the Mona Lisa.  The film is set in Texas in the early 20th century. 

In this first image, Valfierno pushes on the fulcrum of the ingenue Mrs. Waggoner in order to lever the dough out of her oil baron husband (bourbon-napping upstage center).

Shondra Marie, Doug Jackson, Tommy Habeeb, Wendy Pennington, Wyntner Woody

I am tempted to caption this, “Cher Madame Waggoner, do you happen to have any Grey Poupon?

Doug Jackson, Tommy Habeeb, Wendy Pennington, Wyntner Woody

Photography courtesy of John R. Strange and the Selig Polyscope Company.

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