A current-day tabloid story reports that a Norwegian trawler has rescued a young woman from an iceberg. She wears clothing of the early 1900s and, when asked for an explanation, she speaks only one word: "Titanic". This tale of one manís obsession to disprove her is a mental and spiritual roller-coaster ride to the unknown.
The days in the calendar are color-coded:
|White||Plenty of seats were available|
|Yellow||A popular performance, but seats were available|
|Red||A very popular show, very few seats were available
Directed by Kathy Ludt, the cast of Scotland Road included
|Dr. Halbrech||Linda Oroszko|
|The Woman||Ruth Markind|
|Frances Kittle||Grace Leslie|
|Producers||Dave & Kathy Ludt|
|Lights / Sound||Kathy Ludt|
|Stage Manager||Barbara Trax|
|Set Design / Construction||Dave Ludt|
We invite audience members to participate in a discussion of Perspectives on Scotland Road.