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This document is the program created for the Linfield College Theatre’s November 2012 production of Kickin’ Sand and Tellin’ Lies by Jackson B. Miller and Christopher Forrer. The play was created as part of the Launching through the Surf: The Dory Fleet of Pacific City project, which focuses on the historical and contemporary role of dory fishers and dories in the life of the coastal village of Pacific City, Oregon. Inspired by stories from the project interviews, the play is a fictional work.
The program provides details related to the production, including a cast list and short actor biographies, listings of the design and production staff, as well as building and running crew members. Readers will find brief information about the history of the Pacific City Dory Fleet and the Launching through the Surf project, a glossary of dory fishing terms included in the play, the names of dory fishers interviewed through October 2012, and other items.
Cultural History | Oral History | Speech and Rhetorical Studies | Theatre and Performance Studies
For related images, refer to Kickin' Sand and Tellin' Lies Photographs.
To see the video of Kickin' Sand and Tellin' Lies, refer to Kickin' Sand and Tellin' Lies Performance Video.
Linabary, Jenaveve, "Kickin’ Sand and Tellin’ Lies Performance Program" (2012). Kickin' Sand and Tellin' Lies: The Play. 1.
Marshall, Brenda DeVore
Miller, Jackson B.