by Hugh Whitemore

(based on the book Alan Turing: The Enigma by Andrew Hodges)

March 2-3, 9-11, and 16-18, 2007
Produced by Special Arrangements with Samuel French, Inc.


This exceptional, Tony Award® nominated drama is about Alan Turing, the man who cracked the complex German Enigma code of World War II. Spanning many periods of his life, we meet those who influenced Alan – his boyhood friend Christopher, understanding mother Sara, colleague Pat Green, and mentor Dillwyn Knox. By 1952, Alan Turing is famous once again, but for a much different reason. Upon report of a robbery, the police find out that Alan committed the “criminal act” of homosexuality. Arrested, tried, and convicted by a British court, Alan is sentenced to physical and mental maltreatment. With a lack of trust for the country he once loved and unable to continue the work he voraciously believed in, Alan concludes his work with one final experiment – a true attempt to separate his psyche from the physical being.


Director,  Debbie Pletzer
Assistant Director,  Sally Hart Goodman
Producer,  Valerie Haas
Stage Manager,  Valerie Haas
Set Design,  Debbie Pletzer
assisted by Ross Grossman
Stage Construction & Painting,  Jeff Flannery, John Calder, Gordon Mosely, Rich Marengere, Paul Vandevert, and Dave Reynolds
Lights & Sound,  Steve Gautreau
assisted by Phil Booth, Eugene Fusco, Stan Guarnelo, and Annie Suchyta
Hair & Make-up,  Dianne Bernick and Sally Hart Goodman
Costumes,  Heidi Ellis
assisted by Mary Calder and the cast
Properties,  Steve Stokfisz and Tom Sparrow
Publicity,  Dina Flannery
Programs, Anna Hnatiuk, Brian Townsend, and Julie Yolles
Tickets,  Dina Flannery and Caroline Serfass
Ushers,  Debbie Pletzer
assisted by Members of The Guild
Afterglow,  Kim Donovan and Peggy Krug
50/50 & Intermission,  Tim Carney
assisted by Sydnee Dombrowski, Kevin Rider, and Marybeth Kinnell


Alan Turing,  Karl Murphy
Christopher Morcom/Nikos,  Adam Ston
Dillwyn Knox,  Kirk Haas
Mick Ross,  Marc Rosati
John Smith, Patrick Denyer
Pat Green, Maria Kovac
Sara Turing,  Patti Jones
Ron Miller,  Jim Kirwan

See Show Photos by – and Courtesy of – Gordon Mosley

Cast and Crew Digitized by Sally Goodman