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Birth. Love. Life. Death. It's not just a play. See more »
Plot:
Dominguez High, in the infamous Compton, CA, has not produced a play in over twenty years. With no money and no stage, two teachers and twenty-four students attempt to produce Thornton Wilder's American Classic OUR TOWN. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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5 wins & 2 nominations See more »
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Why great art endures See more (8 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Catherine Borek ... Teacher and Director of the Play
Karen Greene ... Teacher and Director of the Play
Ebony Starr Norwood-Brown ... Herself / The Stage Manager
Archie Posada ... Himself / George Gibbs
Armia Robinson ... Herself / Emily Webb
Jackie Oliver ... Herself / Mrs. Soames
Christopher Patterson ... Himself / Mr. Webb

Jose Perez ... Himself / Simon Stimson
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Directed by
Scott Hamilton Kennedy 
 
Writing credits
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Thornton Wilder  play "Our Town"

Produced by
Scott Hamilton Kennedy .... producer
Mark Pellington .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Doug DeAngelis 
Kevin Haskins 
 
Cinematography by
Scott Hamilton Kennedy 
 
Film Editing by
Chris Figler 
Scott Hamilton Kennedy 
 
Art Department
Kirk Balden .... graphic artist
Paul Walsleben .... graphic consultant
 
Sound Department
Stephanie Brown .... supervising dialogue editor
Stephanie Brown .... supervising sound editor
Michael Camello .... sound effects editor
Terri Ghilani .... foley artist
Paul Hackner .... co-supervising sound editor
Joe Milner .... sound re-recording mixer
Zachary Peirce .... dialogue editor
James Azizi Penny .... sound effects editor (as James Penny)
James Azizi Penny .... supervising foley editor
Scott Hamilton Kennedy .... sound (uncredited)
Eryne Prine .... sound editor (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Chris Figler .... additional camera operator
Peter Judson .... additional camera operator
Jennifer Pyken .... additional camera operator
 
Editorial Department
Edwin Armstrong .... director of digital film: FotoKem (as Ed Armstrong)
Sara Glembocki .... assistant editor
P.J. Marsiglia .... DVD color correction: Company 3
Robin Vanatter .... tape-to-film scheduler: FotoKem
Les Vary .... film I/O technician: FotoKem
Chuck Winston .... film timer: FotoKem
 
Music Department
Julianne Jordan .... music consultant
Megan McNamara .... music supervisor
 
Other crew
Kirk Balden .... title designer
Michael Donaldson .... production legal (as Michael C. Donaldson)
Jim Hannafin .... vice president of business development: FotoKem
Joey Liew .... production intern
 
Thanks
Scott Atlas .... special thanks
Danielle Banks .... special thanks (as Ms. Danielle Banks)
Michael Barker .... more special thanks
Ned Beatty .... special thanks
Julianne Beebe .... special thanks (as Ms. Julianne Beebe)
Barbara Bel Geddes .... special thanks
Robby Benson .... special thanks
Catherine Borek .... special thanks (as Ms. Catherine Borek)
Elizabeth Cheshire .... special thanks
Joyce Cohen .... special thanks
Ronny Cox .... special thanks
David Cryer .... special thanks
Dominique Derrenger .... more special thanks
R. Jay Engel .... more special thanks
Karen Greene .... special thanks (as Ms. Karen Greene)
Jennifer Gross .... more special thanks
Adrienne Gruben .... more special thanks
Tony Hall .... more special thanks
Bradley K. Hamilton .... dedicated to the memory of
Katherine P. Hamilton .... dedicated to the memory of
Pamalee G. Hamilton .... more special thanks
Glen Harrell .... special thanks (as Mr. Glen Harrell)
Robert Hawk .... more special thanks
Rick Hess .... more special thanks
Hal Holbrook .... special thanks
Christopher Johnson .... more special thanks
Eleanore Kennedy .... more special thanks
Michael Kennedy .... more special thanks
William Lanteau .... special thanks
Jon Levin .... more special thanks
Linda Lichter .... more special thanks
Mark Lipson .... more special thanks
Susan Meiselas .... more special thanks
Antonio Mendoza .... more special thanks
Joe Milner .... more special thanks
Rupert Nadeau .... more special thanks
Glynnis O'Connor .... special thanks
Charlotte Rae .... special thanks
Kelcey Richardson .... special thanks (as Principal Kelcey Richardson)
Liza Richardson .... more special thanks
Roberto Rionda .... more special thanks
Richard Rogers .... more special thanks
Corey Shaff .... more special thanks
Terry Steppes .... special thanks (as Mr. Terry Steppes)
Dylan Telner .... more special thanks
Sada Thompson .... special thanks
Clint Walsh .... more special thanks
Edith Weil .... more special thanks
Jeanne Williams .... more special thanks
 

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The original play "Our Town" opened at Henry Miller's Theater in New York City on 4 February 1938 and had 338 performances.See more »
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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Why great art endures, 1 June 2010
Author: middleburg

Art--a mirror of our times, endures through the ages--and great art touches us with truth, beauty and wisdom. So it is with "Our Town" and so it is with this masterful documentary on the production of that legendary classic in a "tough" school, apparently against all odds, lovingly detailed in personal stories, sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes joyful. The film works on so many different levels--the simple hard work--tremendously hard work and dedication it takes to mount ANY worthwhile artistic endeavor--the confusion with the source material that young students have, specifically with "Our Town", the sheer amazement at the audience's powerful reactions to an honest production of the work (whether by seasoned pros or high school "kids"), and the examination of just how much of a mirror of our life and times this great work can be. The director of this particular production, in utilizing the photographs of THEIR town--Compton, CA, shows just how universal the themes inherent in Our Town can be. In detailing the universality of the artistic experience, this documentary has made me appreciate Thornton Wilder's masterpiece anew--in fact, it has shed an entire new light on it for me! As a member of the performing arts community, it has also made me feel all the more proud and honored to be part of this art form that will endure as long as there are people, rich, poor, in the hills of New Hampshire, or the Mean Streets of LA--who will respond, react, take to their hearts, and in some cases become transformed by the artistic experience.

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