Romeo and Juliet
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Vanessa Miller
May 4–22, 2016
It’s a story that’s practically part of our DNA, and yet it still enchants us. A boy, a girl, and a love so deep that they believe they can beat the odds. Families so caught up in the past that they can’t see what’s in front of them. Time racing past. This time he’ll know. This time she’ll see. This time the lark will sing for them tomorrow. Live the romance in an up-close and intimate staging where the dancer’s swirl past, the sword fighters clash, and the heartbeat of the play mixes with your own.
Vanessa Miller (Director), Craig Wollam (Set Designer), Kelly McDonald (Costume Designer), Tim Wratten (Lighting Designer), Robertson Witmer (Sound Designer), Justin Huertas (Composer), Crystal Dawn Munkers (Assistant Director/Choreographer), Geof Alm (Fight Choreographer), Robin Macartney (Props Designer), Tori Thompson (Stage Manager)
Cast (in alphabetical order)
Treavor Boykin (Tybalt), Andrew Lee Creech (Benvolio), Mike Dooly (Lord Capulet), Chris Ensweiler (Friar Laurence), Morgan Grody (Servant), Anastasia Higham (Juliet), Justin Huertas (Dream/Death/Apothecary), Trevor Young Marston (Mercutio), Claire Marx (Lady Montague), Carolyn Marie Monroe (Lady Capulet), George Mount (Prince/Chorus/Fate), Riley Neldam (Romeo), Jason Salazar (Ensemble), Kerry Skalsky (Lord Montague), Jordan Iosua Taylor (Paris), Kathryn Van Meter (Nurse), Elizabeth Wu (Ensemble).