By William Shakespeare

Directed by Mark Jenkins

Performed at the Glenn Hughes Playhouse Theatre

August 12, 1992


September 6, 1992

Shakespeare’s tale of love, betrayal, and revenge.  Iago, Shakespeare’s most enigmatic villain, uses the arts of war in a time of peace to prey on his friends’ best qualities. One of Shakespeare’s most mature and exciting works.



Dennis Evans (Scenic Designer), Sherry Lyon (Costume Designer), James E. Johnson (Lighting Designer), Lucy Peckham (Sound Designer), Movement Choreographer (Wade Madsen), Huntley Beyer (Composer), James Larrison (Orchestrator), Paul T. Mitri (Fight Choreographer), Andrew De Rycke (Production Stage Manager).


Anthony Lee (Othello), Susan Riddiford (Desdemona), William Salyers (Cassio), Paul T. Mitri (Iago), Serena Berne (Bianca), Lori Larsen (Emelia), Bill Johns (Roderigo), Gordon Carpenter (Brabantio), David Wright (Duke), Doug Rosen (Gratiano/Second Senator), Erik Van Beuzekom (Ludovicco), Terrence Cronin (Montano), Christopher Shanahan (First Senator), Peter Hoelzl (Messenger), Peter T. Rucco (Sailor), Elizabeth Juviler (Lady in Waiting), Christina Voyles (Lady in Waiting), Reginal Andre Jackson (Ensemble), Paul Quaintance (Ensemble).