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.

 

PRODUCTION TEAM

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 Winter’s Tale

 

Jealousy and suspicion tear at the heart of King Leontes, a man who seems to have everything. Accusing his wife of infidelity, his rash choices plunge himself and those he loves into a winter of despair and regret. Yet true love can work miracles and forgiveness can heal deep wounds as an exiled princess and a wise woman orchestrate one of the most touching reunions in all of Shakespeare.

 

Coriolanus

 

Bred for the battlefield, the triumphant soldier Coriolanus discovers he is out of his depths when elected to the Roman Senate where the politics can be twice as treacherous as warfare. Behind his rapid rise is his powerful mother who raised him to be a warrior of no equal. Shakespeare makes politics personal in this tragedy by plumbing the depths of emotion between mother and son, pride and patriotism, ego and honor.

 

PRODUCTION TEAM

Carol Wolfe Clay (Scenic Designer), Pete Rush (Costume Designer), Kent Cubbage (Lighting Designer), Nathan Wade (Sound Designer), Marleigh Driscoll (Properties Designer), Gordon Carpenter (Fight and Movement Choreography), Rod Pilloud (Stage Manager)

 

CAST (in alphabetical order)

Gerald B. Browning (Junius Brutus), Tom Dewey (Titus Lartius), Therese Diekhans (Volumnia), Mike Dooly (Tullus Aufidius), David Drummond (Caius Martius (later, Coriolanus), Peter A. Jacobs (Menenius Agrippa), David S. Klein (Sicinius Velutus), Shanelle Nicole Leonard (Virgilia), Joseph P. McCarthy (First Citizen), Heather M. Persinger (Valeria), Lance McQueen (Cominus), Jack Taylor (Young Martius), Jake Ynzunza (Second Citizen)