The Taming of the Shrew


With a sharp tongue and a volcanic temper, the headstrong Kate bows down to no man. But then a dubious suitor named Petruchio swaggers out of the woods and into the trailer park with a mischievous plan to reach her guarded heart. Played out in a forgotten corner of rural America, their comic courtship is a no-holds-barred battle of the sexes that results in a love and understanding that neither one imagined.



Craig Wollam (Scenic Design), K.D. Schill (Costume Design), Robertson Witmer (Sound Design), Deborah Fialkow (Fight Choreographer), Jennifer Havlin (Dance Choreographer), Barbara Lamb (Original Music), Miller Freeman IV (Stage Manager/Assistant Director).


CAST (in alphabetical order)

Keith Dahlgren (Gremio/Walter), Angela DiMarco (Bianca Minola), Karen Jo Fairbrook (Mama Baptista Minola), David Gassner (Pedant/Soldier/Joseph/Priest), Bill Higham (Vincentio/Curtis), David S. Hogan (Grumio), Kelly Kitchens (Kate Minola), Samara Lerman (Tranio), David Quicksall (Petruchio), Brian Claudio Smith (Lucentio), Carol Thompson (Biondello/Sugarsop), John Ulman (Hortensio), Sophia Villaneuva (Tailor/Widow/Phyllis).


Henry IV


“Henry IV” wraps England’s civil unrest around a young man’s coming of age.  While Prince Hal drinks and carouses with the rogue Falstaff, his father, the King, grapples with rebel wars plaguing his rule.  As father and Falstaff battle for his affections, the playboy prince struggles to mature from wild youth to the heroic King Henry V.



Pete Rush (Set and Costume Designer), Tim Wratten (Lighting Designer), M. Elizabeth Eller (Sound Design), Gordon Carpenter (Fight Choreographer), Kimberly White (Voice and Text Director), Miller Freeman IV (Stage Manager).


CAST (in alphabetical order)

Patrick Allcorn (Douglas/Westmoreland), Shawn Belyea (Glendower/Warrick/Archbishop), Keith Dahlgren (Northumberland/Bardolph), Alycia Delmore (Lady Percy/Doll Tearsheet), Ben Gonio (Hotspur/Silence), Tim Gouran (Prince Hal), Leticia Jaramillo (Mistress Quickly), David Anthony Lewis (Worcester), Jon Lutyens (Poins/Vernon), Brandon Petty(Prince John/Nym /Mortimer), David Pichette (King Henry/Shallow), Sean Shannon (Hastings/Francis), Brian Claudio Smith (Pistol/Blunt), Allison Michelle Standley (Lady Mortimer/Davy), and Richard Ziman (Falstaff).


Much Ado About Nothing


In “Much Ado About Nothing,” when the men return victorious from war the women are ready and waiting for romance. Couples form and weddings are planned. All is going smoothly in this delightful comedy until a jealous brother sets a devastating lie in motion.  Suddenly rivals Beatrice and Benedick must join forces to save the honor of an innocent girl.  With sparkling prose, “Much Ado About Nothing” illustrates the beauty and complexity of human relationships and will win your heart again and again.



Kaleo Quenzer (Scenic Designer), K.D. Schill (Costume Designer), Gretta Harley (Composer), Marleigh Driscoll (Properties Designer), Peter Dylan O’Connor (Assistant Director/Choreographer), Miller Freeman IV (Stage Manager).


CAST (in alphabetical order)

Scott Adams (Musician), Hans Altwies (Benedick),Keith Dahlgren (Leonato), Chris Ensweiler (Dogberry/Friar), Tim Gouran (Don John) David Hogan (Borachio), Brenda Joyner (Hero), Michael Place (Claudio), Sage Price (Balthasar, Watch), Heather Rash (Margaret, Sexton), Tim Smith-Stewart (Conrade), Carol Thompson (Verges), Amy Thone (Beatrice), Evan Whitfield (Don Pedro), and Kate Wisniewski (Ursula, Watch).


The Merry Wives of Windsor


That lovable rogue Falstaff has taken up residence in the country town of Windsor, but negotiating the intrigues of this sleepy burg are more than he can handle! After trying to seduce and swindle Mistress Ford and Mistress Page, the original desperate housewives catch wind of Falstaff’s plan, and then have a laugh at his expense. This bright and bouncy comic gift features sly wit and clever pranks wrapped around a tender young romance.



Jason Phillips (Scenic Designer), Deane Middleton (Costume Designer), Kent Cubbage (Lighting Designer), Cornelia Duryeé Moore (Choreographer), Sean Patrick Taylor (Music Director), Miranda C. Pratt (Stage Manager)


CAST (in alphabetical order)

Anders Bolang (Master Ford), Brett Brennan (Simple), Gavin Cummins (Bardolph/ Doctor Caius), Keith Dahlgren (Justice Shallow),  Therese Diekhans (Mistress Quickly), David Dorrian (Sir Hugh Evans), Christopher Hopkins-Ward (Slender), Katherine Jett (Anne Page/Rugby), Aaron Lamb (Nym/ Fenton), Leslie Law (Mistress Page), John Patrick Lowrie (Sir John Falstaff), Luke Porter (Robin), Alex Robertson (Master Page), Sean Patrick Taylor (Host), Candace Vance (Mistress Ford), Isaac Waring (Pistol)



The Comedy of Errors


Two sets of long lost twins unknowingly cross paths and set the stage for an evening of mistaken identity, mixed up confusion, and mayhem! This comic master piece is full of slapstick and sight gags, puns and pratfalls. Keeping track of which twin is which is only half the fun, as Shakespeare also stacks the deck with some of his most outrageous characters, including a jealous wife, a seductive courtesan, a hapless old man seeking his sons, a zany conjurer attempting an exorcism, and even a nun who’s not all she seems to be!



Craig B. Wollam (Scenic Designer), Janessa Jayne Styck (Costume Designer), Kim Douglas (Composer), Marleigh Driscoll (Properties Designer), Crystal Dawn Munkers (Choreographer), Sarah Dale Rice (Stage Manager)


Ray Allen (Pianist), Allan Armstrong (Egeon/ Dr. Pinch), Brian Claudio Smith (Antipholus of Ephesus), Keith Dahlgren (Balthasar/Angelo/2nd Merchant), Chris Ensweiler (Dromio of Syracuse), Cecelia Frye (Abbess/Officer/Nell), David S. Hogan (Dromio of Ephesus), Noah Luce (Duke Solinus), Vanessa Miller (Adriana), Hannah Mootz (Courtesan), Chiara Motley (Luciana), Richard Nguyen Sloniker (Antipholus of Syracuse).