Kate Chopin: A Re-Awakening Credits
Web Site Design
John Shortess
Mike Melancon
Erica Zimmer


Produced by
Tika Laudun
Lucille McDowell

Directed by
Tika Laudun

Written by
Anna Reid-Jhirad

Narrated by
Kelly McGillis

Chopin's Literature Read by
JoBeth Williams

Photographed by
Rex Q. Fortenberry

Edited by
Randy Ward

Digital Restoration and Effects
Steve Mitchum

Additional Photography
Al Godoy
Tika Laudun

Foley Artist
Rex Q. Fortenberry

Production Assistants
Mike Abel
Sally Budd

Electronic Graphics
Jodie Fontenot

Production Secretaries
Margie Heinze
Marian Lefevbre
Lucrecia Walsh

Promotions
Bob Neese
Ann Lang

Production Manager
Ed Landry

Director of Educational Services
Homer Dyess

Executive Producer
Clay Fourrier

Chief Administrative Officer
Cindy Rougeou

President and CEO
Beth Courtney

Prints and Images Courtesy Of
Betty Hertzog, Magnolia Plantation
Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Paris
Society of The Sacred Heart, National Archives, U.S.A.
Ellen Shub
Frank & Marie-Therese Wood Print Collections, Alexandria, Va.
Historic New Orleans Collection - Williams Research Center
Bayou Folk Museum, Cloutierville, Louisiana
Tulane University
Louisiana State Museum
Missouri Historical Society
Musee Fournaisse, Ile des Impressionnistes, Chatou
Northwestern State University
State Historical Society of Missouri, Columbia

Gasconade Disaster Footage Provided By
KETC, St. Louis, Missouri

Locations Assistance Provided by
Academy of The Sacred Heart
Grand Coteau, Louisiana

Afton Historical Society
The Oakland House
St. Louis, Missouri

Colonial Dames of America
New Orleans, Louisiana

Lyle S. St. Amant Marine Biology Lab
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries
Grand Isle, Louisiana

Magnolia Mound Plantation
Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Magnolia Plantation
Natchez, Louisiana

Cane River Creole National Historical Park
Natchitoches, Louisiana

Bayou Folk Museum
Cloutierville, Louisiana

The Gallier House-Herman Grimma House
New Orleans, Louisiana

Historic Natchez on the Mississippi
Convention and Visitors Bureau

Office of the Sheriff
Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana

Jim Bailey
The Cottage Plantation

The Creole Cottage
St. Genevieve, Missouri

The Anglo-American Art Museum and
The Hill Memorial Library
Louisiana State University

Louisiana Office of State Parks
Audubon & Mansfield State Commemorative Areas

Special Thanks to
Jean Bardot
American College in Paris

Ann Chopin
St. Louis, Missouri

Per Seyersted
Oslo, Norway

Jesse Poesch
Newcomb College
New Orleans, Louisiana

Pat Bacot
Louisiana State University

Catherine Tatge
New York, New York

Music Credits
"Nocturne C Sharp Minor" (Frederick Chopin)
performed by Nanette Olivier

"Bamboula, Opus 2" (Louis Moreau Gottschalk)
from the "Congo Square" CD, courtesy of
Percussion Incorporated, 1991. Performed by Moses Hogan

"Solitude, op. 65" and "La Savane" (Ballade Creole) from SELECTED PIANO MUSIC OF LOUIS MOREAU GOTTSCHALK, performed by Lambert Orkis
©1988, Smithsonian Institution. All rights reserved. Used by permission

"Spirit Seeking Light and Beauty" (Gaelic: Dombnach Trionoid)
performed by pianist, Willis Delony;
vocalists, Elaine Simmons and Third Grade Music Class of
The Academy of the Sacred Heart at Grand Coteau, Louisiana

"Prelude No. 4 in E minor, Opus 28" (Frederick Chopin)
performed by Willis Delony

"Leilea Polka" (Kate Chopin)
performed by Nanette Olivier

Bamboula drumming from the "Congo Square" CD, courtesy of
Percussion Incorporated, 1991.
Drummers: Kenyatta Simon, Aaron Kufru Mouton, Luther Gray

"Donnez Moi Pauline" (Dennis McGee & Michael Doucet)
performed by Michael Doucet and Beausoleil
Courtesy of ARHOOLIE RECORDS, El Cerrito, California

Étude in G Minor (Stephen Heller)
performed by Gina Watson of
The Academy of the Sacred Heart at Grand Coteau, Louisiana

"Blues Acadiens" (W. Perry - B. Carriere - M. Doucet)
performed by Michael Doucet and Beausoleil
Courtesy of ARHOOLIE RECORDS, El Ceritto, California

"Grand Mamou" (PD)
performed by Michael Doucet and Beausoleil
Courtesy of ARHOOLIE RECORDS, El Ceritto, California

"Nocturne No. 2 in E Flat, Opus 9" (Frederick Chopin)
Performed by Willis Delony

© 1998
Louisiana Educational Television Authority


Funding for this program was provided in part by grants from

The Louisiana Division of the Arts
And
The National Endowment for the Humanities

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