Chamber Cymbeline


Staged by Henry Woronicz, the former artistic director of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, “Cymbeline” is a fairtale come to life. A banished princess, a wicked stepmother, a faithful servant, and long lost brothers all dwell in in this storybook adventure. After brave Princess Imogen is falsely accused of adultery and exiled from her father’s court, she sets forth on a treacherous and miraculous journey to reclaim her place in society and reunite with her true love.



Carol Wolfe Clay (Scenic Designer), Pete Rush (Costume Designer), Rick Paulsen (Lighting Designer), Brendan Patrick Hogan (Sound Designer), Rod Pilloud (Stage Manager)


CAST (in alphabetical order)

Bradford Farwell (Iachimo), David Goldstein (Cornelius/Caius Lucius/Servant), Ben McFadden (Guiderius/Frenchman/Lord), Jeanne Paulsen (Queen/Belarius/Euriphile), Larry Paulsen (Cymbeline/Philario), Alexander Samuels (Pisanio), Jennifer Lee Taylor (Imogen), Connor Toms (Posthumus/Cloten)





More than just “My Fair Lady” minus the music, George Bernard Shaw’s barbed comedy depicts the unlikely relationship between the Cockney flower seller Eliza Doolittle and her stuffy phonetics professor Henry Higgins. After picking out Eliza from the gutter to be his experiment, Higgins teaches her to talk like a proper lady and Eliza, in turn, schools him on what it truly means to be a gentleman.



Jason Phillips (Scenic & Projection Designer), Deane Middleton (Costume Designer), Andrew D. Smith (Lighting Designer), Matt Starrit (Sound Designer), Marleigh Driscoll (Properties Designer), Judith Shahn (Dialect Coach), Susannah Butler (Stage Manager)


CAST (in order of appearance)

A. Bryan Humphrey (Shaw/Alfred Doolittle), Amy Hill (Clara Eynsford-Hill), Marty Mukhalian (Mrs. Eynsford-Hill), Andre Nelson (Bystander), Trick Danneker (Freddy Eynsford-Hill), Jennifer Lee Taylor (Eliza Doolittle), R. Hamilton Wright (Colonel Pickering), Mark Anders (Professor Henry Higgins), Beth A. Cooper (Mrs. Pearce), Jeanne Paulsen (Mrs. Higgins), Aimee Filippi (Maid), Michael Russo (Ensemble)

Much Ado About Nothing

Everyone knows that Beatrice and Benedick were meant for each other…except these two sharp-tongued wits can’t see it themselves! Only the shared resolve of redeeming a young girl’s honor brings the warring pair together. Filled with eccentric clowns, heart-warming families, and troublesome rogues, this vibrant comic celebration of romance will have you cheering when love eventually wins out.

Craig Wollam (Scenic Designer), Doris Black (Costume Designer), Roberta Russell (Lighting Designer), Robertson Witmer (Sound Designer), Michael Brockman (Composer), Marleigh Driscoll (Properties Designer), Crystal Dawn Munkers (Choreographer), Susannah Butler (Stage Manager)

CAST (in alphabetical order)
Zandi Carlson (Ursula/Watch), Keith Dahlgren (Friar/Watch), Jim Gall (Don Pedro), Noah Greene (Borachio), Abigail Grimstad (Messenger/Sexton), Olivia Hartshorn (Margaret), Bill Higham (Antonio), Justin Huertas (Balthasar), Peter A. Jacobs (Leonato), Brenda Joyner (Hero), Christopher Morson (Conrade), Jay Myers (Claudio), Heather Persinger (Verges), David Quicksall (Dogberry), Nick Rempel (Don John), Matt Shimkus (Benedick), Jennifer Lee Taylor (Beatrice)