The Catholic University of America

Selma ’65
A Play by Catherine Filloux
Conceived by Catherine Filloux and Marietta Hedges
Directed by Eleanor Holdridge 

September 2015
In remembrance of the 50th anniversary of the Selma voting rights march, award-winning playwright Catherine Filloux brings to life the interconnected stories of Viola Liuzzo, white civil rights activist, and Tommy Rowe, FBI informant, undercover with the Ku Klux Klan. The show features CUAdrama faculty Marietta Hedges, head of the M.F.A. Acting Program, and Eleanor Holdridge, head of the M.F.A. Directing Program.


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                                                        Photo credit: Teresa Wood

Production Staff

Set Designer, Kris Stone
Costume Designer, Sutirat Larlarb
Lighting Designer, Kyle Grant
Sound Designer, Jim Hedges


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