Antony and Cleopatra

 

The Roman General and the Egyptian Queen. Their romance gave birth to an empire, but their fiery longing came at a price. Caught between desire and duty, Antony and Cleopatra’s love affair shook the foundations of the known world. Power, politics, and passion collide in Shakespeare’s captivating tragedy. Director John Langs, who staged our 2010 production of Hamlet, returns to helm this legendary and tragic affair between two charismatic leaders.

 

PRODUCTION TEAM
Jennifer Zeyl (Scenic Designer), Pete Rush (Costume Designer), Geoff Korf (Lighting Designer), Robertson Witmer and Evan Mosher (Co-Sound Designers), Megan Tuschhoff (Properties Designer), Mollye Maxner (Movement/Dance Choreographer), Barney Hammond (Vocal/Text Director), Susannah Butler (Stage Manager).

 

CAST (in alphabetical order)
Justin Alley (Demetrius/Ventidius/Soldier), Hans Altweis (Mark Antony), Sydney Andrews (Octavia), John Bogar (Meacenas/Messenger), Mike Dooly (Pompey/Dercetus), Daniel Guttenberg (Soothsayer/Schoolteacher), Anne-Marie Jones (Attendant), Darragh Kennan (Octavius Caesar), Dan Kremer (Lepidus/Clown), Charles Leggett (Enobarbus), Jason Marr (Philo/Scarus), Chris Maslen (Menas/Thidias), Alex Matthews (Eros/Messenger), Nick Rempel (Agrippa/Soldier), Joseph Anderson Shaw (Merecrates/Messenger), Matt Shimkus (Messenger/Candidus), Adam Standley (Alexas), Allison Strickland (Iras), Amy Thone (Cleopatra), Terri Weagant (Charmian).

 

Richard II

 

This lyrical beginning to the War of the Roses is among the most moving of all of Shakespeare’s histories. More poet than monarch, Richard is ill-suited to the role that lineage and legacy demands of him. Surrounded by ambitious men who would prey on his vulnerabilities, Richard is toppled from the throne by his cunning and capable cousin, Henry. But in the loss of his worldly power, Richard makes an unexpected revelation far more important than any kingdom.

PRODUCTION TEAM

Carol Wolfe Clay (Scenic Designer), Jocelyne Fowler (Costume Designer), Geoff Korf (Lighting Designer), Dominic CodyKramers (Sound Designer), Lisa Norman (Voice/Text Director), Robin Macartney (Props Designer), Gordon Carpenter (Fight Choreographer),  Tori Thompson (Stage Manager)

 

CAST (in alphabetical order)
David Brown-King (Duke of Aumerle), Mike Dooly (Thomas Mowbray/Welsh Captain/Abbott/Keeper), David Foubert (Henry Bolingbroke), Reginald Andre Jackson (Earl of Northumberland), Peter A. Jacobs (Duke of York), Brenda Joyner (Queen), Robert Keene (Scroope), Dan Kremer (John of Gaunt/Gardener/Groom), Marty Krouse (Bishop of Carlisle/Lord Marshal), Jason Marr (Bagot), Victor Matlock (Green/Servant/Murderer), Alex Matthews (Lord Willoughby), George Mount (King Richard), Jay Myers (Bushy/Gardener’s Man/Guard/Murderer), Brandon J. Simmons (Lord Ross), Kate Wisniewski (Duchess of York/Duchess of Gloucester)

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