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On January 30th, 2011 the Screen Actors Guild, the largest performer’s union in the United States, hosted its 17th annual awards ceremony at the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles, California.
Poignant, monumental, and restless, at age forty-seven, John Douglas Thompson is considered one of the greatest actors of his generation. When English teacher Joel Thomas-Adams saw Mr. Thompson perform, he decided to contact him about coming to Deerfield.
The winter play, “Dark of the Moon,” is no Pink Floyd album, but rather a folk song turned play by William Berney in the 1940’s. Director of Theater John Reese described the play as “the Romeo & Juliet in the Smokies,” and claimed it is often considered one of the great, classic American plays.