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The Adventures of Lafayette Bunnell

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Photos from The Adventures of Lafayette Bunnell.  Written by Lynn Nankivil and directed by Judy Myers.

Photos taken by Daniel Munson.

Woman in photos – Lisa K. Adams.

Man in photos wearing red hat and tan hat –  Andrew J. Hanzelka.

Man in photos wearing black coat – Walker Robeson.

Walker plays Lafayette Bunnell.

Andrew plays various roles in Lafayette’s life. The Agent (narrator) in Scene 1 and and then appears as the following characters: Willard Bunnell, The Recruiter, The Mexican Man, The Gold Rush Man, and Big Jim Savage.

Lisa also plays various roles in Lafayette’s life – Mrs. Nash, Matilda Bunnell, Witch-e-ain (an elderly Indian woman), The Mexican Woman, The Saloon Girl, and Lafayette’s wife (Sarah Smith Bunnell).

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2016-2017
Production Season

Julie Wera: The Yankee Flash
by Michael G. Flanagan & directed by Judy Myers
Oct. 13 & 14, 2016 | 7:30pm
Oct. 15, 2016 | 2pm & 7:30pm
First Congregational Church, UCC of Winona
(161 W. Broadway St.)

5th Annual Christmas Radio Show
Written & directed by Kara Eggers
Dec. 8 & 9 at 6:30pm
Dec. 10 at 2pm & 6:30pm
Winona Arts Center
(228 E 5th St)

Original Shorts
One Act Play Contest Winners
April 21–23, 2017
Location TBA

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