Sasha Productions
"serving" only the best in theater...
Our 2008 Season production...

LOST LANGUAGES

Sasha Productions proudly presented ZONI award winners Mary Gower and Charles Sohn in the premiere of Lost Languages by David Lewis, and featuring Stacie Stocker.  Actors

"Henry Tate, and his wife, Mae, have retired

to a  secluded cottage, far from temptation. 

One night an unexpected

visitor  arrives.  'Lost Languages' is

a play about life, art and chance."


Lost Languages was performed

September 26 - October 12, 2008 at:

Playhouse on the Park




PLAYBILL  |  PROGRAM

See the Productions page for additional photographs from Lost Languages.

Actors

Lost Languages


Mary Gower 

A member of Actors' Equity, Mary graduated from Vassar College with a B.A. in theatre.  She appeared in the off-Broadway production of The Crucible, which was cast by Arthur Miller and directed by Word Baker.  Other Off-Broadway credits include The Saintliness of Margery Kempe, in which she understudied Frances Sternhagen and appeared with Gene Hackman and Charles Nelson Reilly.  While in New York, Mary studied with Lee Strasberg and Milton Katselas.  She has acted in many local productions, including a season with the Scottsdale Conservatory Theatre.  Mary's directing credits include Eleemosynary for ATOP and the original production of M.M.xx.


Charles Sohn 

Charles transported his four decades of fascination with stage work from the Midwest to the Valley in 1992. Since then, he has performed about forty roles for two dezen acting companies, garnering a few AriZONI awards along the way.  But for him, the far-and-away highest award from theater has been uniting, on stage and off, with his life's partner and teacher, Jacqueline Gaston.


Stacie Stocker

A member of the sketch comedy group, The 'sic' Sense, Stacie thanks Charles Sohn, her longtime friend - and esteemed colleague - for introducing her to this beautiful new work.  A graduate of ASU, Stacie is an accomplished actor, director and acting teacher.  She would like to thank Donna and Dawn from D&D & Company for their tough love, her kids Michael, Domonique, Bailey, and little Dakota for their love and support, and her husband David for his infinite love.  Stacie is represented by the Ford/Robert Black Agency.

 

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