SHOOTOUT AT KEYSTONE CANYON is based on an incident in Alaskan history, it ran for 114 performances in three summers in Valdez, Alaska. He won the Great Alaska Playrush with Like Father. The drama was given a staged reading at the Perseverance Theatre in Juneau, the Bay Area Playwrights Festival in San Francisco, and The Portland Stage Company in Maine. It was produced by Valley Performing Arts in Alaska.

LEITCH BROTHERS ENTERPRISES
Presents
THE UAA THREATRE production
of
SHOOTOUT AT KEYSTONE CANYON
By Leroy Clark
Directed by Michael Hood
Scenography by Frank Bebey
Costume Design by Fran Lautenberger
Jamn W. Leitch, Jr. Producer

ORIGINAL CAST

Frank Weeks, a pessimistic prospector ……………………………….Ken Baker
Fred Reinhardt, a rascal merchant ………………………………..David Bulger
Chris Olsen, a young cheechako ………………………………….David Baldwin
Billy Swift, the handsome bartender ………………………………...Justin Karelia
Russian Rosa, a faded opera singer ………………………...Wanda Marie Geist
Goldie Brown, owner of the Port Valdez Saloon ………………..Michelle Booher
Ed Hasey, a U.S. Marshall …………………………………………...Russell Holm
Calamity II, a tough little spitfire …………………………………….Rose Roirdan
Dutch McClellan, a mining engineer …………………………………..Donny Lee
Maggie Christian, the sweet young girl ………………………..Charese Gearhart
H. D. Reynolds, a speculator and promoter ……………………..Tracy Hinkson
Barbara Reinhardt, a modern woman ……………………………..Julia Simpson
Spider Legs Mike, a railroad worker ……………………………..Dennis Bowden
John Biggs, another railroad worker ……………………………………Ted Miller
Louise Plotts, a dancehall girl ………………………………...Glenhelen Smither
Selma Saunders, another dancehall girl ……………………….Laurie McKinnon

TIME
The Shootout at Keystone Canyon occurred on September 25, 1907. The action of the play chronicles those events leading up to that fateful day and its aftermath the following spring.

SYNOPSIS OF SCENES

ACT I
Scene 1: The Valdez Hotel and Saloon.
Scene 2: The street in front of the saloon.
Scene 3: The saloon.
Scene 4: The street.
Scene 5: The saloon.

ACT II
Scene 1: The saloon.
Scene 2: The street.
Scene 3: The Keystone Canyon.
Scene 4: The saloon.

MUSICAL NUMBERS

ACT I
"There is a Tavern in the Town" ………………………………....……….Company
"My Sweetheart's the Man in the Moon" ……………...……………….…..Goldie
"How'd You Like to Spoon With Me"…………………..…….….Goldie and Dutch
"There's a Litle Spark of Love Still Burning" ……………...………………….Rosa
"After the Ball" ……………………………………….…..…Rosa, Maggie and Billy
"She's Only a Bird in a Gilded Cage” ………………….……,,,……………..Goldie
"Say 'Au Revoir' But Not 'Goodbye' " …………………………....Rosa and Goldie
ACT II
"Paddle Your Own Canoe" …………………………………………..………Goldie
"Reynolds' Men Are Marching On" …………………………………….…Company
"While Strolling Through the Park One Day" ………………,,,…Maggie and Billy
"You Who Don't Believe It" …………………………………,,,…………...Company

ORIGINAL PRODUCTION STAFF
Stage Manager………………………………………………..…..Laurie McKinnon
Assistant Stage Manager…………………………………….…Glenhelen Smither
Company Manager…………………………………………...……....Rose Riordan
Technical Director…………………………………………...……..…….Tim Shine
Construction Crew……………………Tim James, Tony Pruett, Laurie McKinnon
Justin Karelia, David Baldwin
Costume Assistant………………………………………..………Charese Gearhart
Props……………………………………………………………..Glenhelen Smither
Musical Director………………………………………………....Wanda Marie Geist
Sound Design Team…………………………………....Jim Rusby, David Baldwin
Lighting Design Team ………………….…David Baldwin, Dennis Bowden, Jr.
Departmental Secretary…………………………….………….Sandy Wemmerus
Fight Captain ………………………………………….……………..Justin Karelia
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