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Who We Are.

Our History.

Mortall Coile Theatre Company is a small, independent, vagabond theatre company, roaming venue-to-venue, striving to produce bold, compelling, and innovative theatrical experiences.

The inaugural production was Adam Rapp’s solo piece, Nocturne, in February 2013.

Featuring Jesse R. Gephart | Directed by Dana Marks | Stage Managed by Marilyn Gorman | Set Design by Dana Marks and John Haas | Costume Design by LeGrande Smith | Lighting Design by RS Buck | Original Music by Scott Parks

Reviews: CVNC.org | BroadwayWorld | Triangle A&E | IndyWeek

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In March 2015, Mortall Coile presented Alexi Kay Campbell’s The Pride.

Featuring Ryan Brock, Jesse R. Gephart, Chris Milner, and Page Purgar
Directed by Jesse R. Gephart | Stage Managed by Christine Rapp | Set & Lighting Design by Thomas Mauney | Costume Design by Denise Schumaker | Original Music by Scott Parks

Reviews: N&O | Triangle A&E | CVNC

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In May 2016, Mortall Coile presented Athol Fugard’s “Master Harold”…and the boys.

Featuring Gil Faison, George Hill, and Ben Pluska
Directed by Jesse R. Gephart | Stage Managed by Sheryl Scott | Set & Lighting Design by Thomas Mauney | Costume Design by Denise Schumaker

Reviews: N&O | Triangle A&E | Triangle A&E | IndyWeek

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In response to the Orlando shootings at Pulse Nightclub, Mortall Coile presented a staged reading of Georgia playwright Topher Payne’s acerbic, hilarious dark comedy, Angry Fags in August 2016.

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