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Steven Culp in "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial"

Sunday, June 18, 2000 at 3:00 pm & 7:00 pm

Interact Theatre Company, Los Angeles, CA

Presented during the Interact's Pre-Construction Theatre Festival of the Interact Theatre Company
June 10 - June 25, 2000

During the festival Steven Culp participated in three staged readings of four plays.

Playwright by Herman Wouk
Directed by Dan Kern

Sponsored by James Harper

Lt. Stephen Maryk - Don Fischer
Lt. Barney Greenwald - Steven Culp
Lt. Com. John Challee - James McDonnell
Captain Blakely - Steven Gilborn
Lt. Com. Philip Frances Queeg - James Harper
Lt. Thomas Keefer - Michael Manuel
Signalman Third Class Junius Urban - Robert Zeigler
Lt. (Jr. Grade) Willis Seward Keith - Josh Adell
Captain Randolph Southard - Gregory White
Dr. Forrest Lundeen - Doug Ballard
Dr. Bird - David Drew Gallagher
Stenographer / Orderly - James Brandon

Herman Wouk's own dramatization of the court-martial section of the novel The Caine Mutiny remains an intense and satisfying drama about men, mutiny and morality.

The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial centers on the court-marshal of a young lieutenant who commandeered the U.S.S. Caine during a typhoon in World War II. In order to get the lieutenant out of the charges, his lawyer must prove that the ship's commander was mentally incapable of leading his men or controlling the ship.

On trial is Lt. Stephen Maryk, who has been accused of insubordination for wresting command of a Navy destroyer-minesweeper from Queeg during a fearsome storm in the Pacific in the latter days of World War II. The case turns on the question of whether Maryk's move was justified by the peculiar patterns of behavior exhibited by his commanding officer.

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