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  • 1. BONNIE LAKE | EDMONDS | FEDERAL WAY | issaquah | mercer island | LAKE FOREST PARK LYNNWOOD | redmond | sammamish | seatac | seattle | shoreline www.seattleshakespeare.org SEATTLE SHAKESPEARE COMPANY WOODEN O PRODUCTIONS Free Shakespeare in the park July 9–August 2, 2009 July 9–August 2, 2009
  • 2. * Part of the Seattle Outdoor Theater Festival Fri, July 10, 7:00 p.m. Issaquah Community Center Open Space, Issaquah Sat, July 11, 2:00 p.m. Luther Burbank Park Amphitheatre, Mercer Island Sun, July 12, 7:00 p.m. Volunteer Park,* Seattle Wed, July 15, 7:00 p.m. Lynndale Park Amphitheater, Lynnwood Thu, July 16, 7:00 p.m. Lynndale Park Amphitheater, Lynnwood Fri, July 17, 7:00 p.m. Angle Lake Park, SeaTac Sat, July 18, 7:00 p.m. Pine Lake Park, Sammamish Sun, July 19, 3:00 p.m. Edmonds City Park, Edmonds Wed, July 22, 6:30 p.m. Steel Lake Park, Federal Way Thu, July 23, 7:00 p.m. Luther Burbank Park Amphitheatre, Mercer Island Fri, July 24, 7:00 p.m. Luther Burbank Park Amphitheatre, Mercer Island Sat, July 25, 7:00 p.m. Luther Burbank Park Amphitheatre, Mercer Island Sun, July 26, 2:00 p.m. Seattle Center, Seattle Wed, July 29, 7:00 p.m. Richmond Beach Community Park, Shoreline Thu, July 30, 7:00 p.m. Luther Burbank Park Amphitheatre, Mercer Island Fri, July 31, 7:00 p.m. Luther Burbank Park Amphitheatre, Mercer Island Sat, Aug 1, 7:00 p.m. Luther Burbank Park Amphitheatre, Mercer Island Sun, Aug 2, 2:00 p.m. Allen York Park, Bonney Lake Thu, July 9, 7:00 p.m. Luther Burbank Park Amphitheatre, Mercer Island Fri, July 10, 7:00 p.m. Luther Burbank Park Amphitheatre, Mercer Island Sat, July 11, 2:00 p.m. Volunteer Park,* Seattle Sun, July 12, 7:00 p.m. Luther Burbank Park Amphitheatre, Mercer Island Thu, July 16, 7:00 p.m. Luther Burbank Park Amphitheatre, Mercer Island Fri, July 17, 7:00 p.m. Luther Burbank Park Amphitheatre, Mercer Island Sat, July 18, 7:00 p.m. Luther Burbank Park Amphitheatre, Mercer Island Sun, July 19, 3:00 p.m. Animal Acres Park, Lake Forest Park Wed, July 22, 7:00 p.m. Lynndale Park Amphitheater, Lynnwood Thu, July 23, 7:00 p.m. Lynndale Park Amphitheater, Lynnwood Fri, July 24, 7:00 p.m. Angle Lake Park, Sea Tac Sat, July 25, 7:00 p.m. Pine Lake Park, Sammamish Sun, July 26, 6:00 p.m. Seattle Center, Seattle Fri, July 31, 7:00 p.m. City Hall Open Space, Redmond Sun, Aug 2, 7:00 p.m. Luther Burbank Park Amphitheatre, Mercer Island July 10–August 2, 2009 July 9–August 2, 2009
  • 3. Glorious Summer For me, my job consists of thinking and dreaming about summer all year long. By fall (or even earlier) I’m picking plays for the next summer’s outdoor season. In December and January, dates for performances are being determined and directors and designers hired. Spring brings auditions and by May, the entire Wooden O company is in place and rehearsals start June. In many ways, I’m lucky: my summer never seems to end. A brief break at the end of August and the whole cycle starts again. Now here we are and summer has really come. There are some years when you think it might not ever arrive. Where was summer as the lengthy election cycle ground through the fall? As Washington Mutual became Chase? As the city was paralyzed by December’s snow and holiday travel plans up were ended by impassable ice covered roads? Or as the world’s first flu pandemic in forty years spread out of Mexico? Summer couldn’t come soon enough! Yet summer is here. For sixteen years, I have been sustained through the tumultuous and tedious with the expectation of summer’s inevitable return and its gift of light, warmth and our collective impulse to venture out to spend time together in the parks. All of us are pleased to be a part of what makes your summer worth looking forward to. We hope that our performances add to your “summer boost” as it sustains you through next fall and gives you something to dream about in the winter and spring. We get to think about summer all year round; we hope our efforts do a little of the same for you. — George Mount, Director of Outdoor and Touring Performances WELCOME FROM THE artistic DIRECTOR Sponsors: Mercer Island Arts Council
  • 4. richard iiiBy William Shakespeare | Directed by Stephanie Shine Scenic Designer Craig Wollam Costume Designer Janessa Jayne Styck Sound Designer M. Elizabeth Eller Fight Choreographer Deborah Fialkow Dance Choreographer Jennifer Havlin In order of appearance Richard George Mount* Clarence/Edward/Ely/Oxford Carter Rodriquez Brakenbury/Margaret/1stMessenger Kimberly White Hastings/3rd Messenger/Blunt Jose Rufino Anne/Ratcliffe Chiara B. Motley Elizabeth/Norfolke Annie Lareau Gray/1st Murderer/Bishop/Richmond Tim Gouran Rivers/Mayor/Tyrrel/Sherrif/Brandon Jon Lutyens Dorset/2nd Murderer Damian Peterson Buckingham/Berkley Mike Dooly Stanely/Duchess Karen Nelsen Catesby/Tressel Patrick Allcorn Young York/Page Leah Russell Young Elizabeth/Young Prince/2nd Messenger Calleigh Shine Stage Manager Sarah Dale Rice Production Assistant Amanda Stoddard Properties Designer Marleigh Driscoll Technical Direction Seattle Scenic Studios *Member of Actors’Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. The taking of pictures or the making of recordings of any kind during the performance is strictly prohibited. DESIGN TEAM CAST PRODUCTION STAFF
  • 5. the taming of the shrewBy William Shakespeare | Directed by Aimée Bruneau Scenic Designer Craig Wollam Costume Designer K.D. Schill Sound Designer Robertson Witmer Fight Choreographer Deborah Fialkow Dance Choreographer Jennifer Havlin Original Music Composer Barbara Lamb Stage Manager/Assistant Director Miller Freeman IV* In order of appearance Hortensio John Ulman Widow/Phyllis Sophia Villaneuva Lucentio Brian Claudio Smith Tranio Samara Lerman Biondello/Sugarsop Carol Thompson Mama Baptista Minola Karen Jo Fairbrook Kate Minola Kelly Kitchens* Bianca Minola Angela DiMarco Gremio/Walter Keith Dahlgren Petruchio David Quicksall* Grumio David S. Hogan Pedant/ Soldier/Joseph/Priest David Gassner Vincentio/Curtis Bill Higham Production Assistant Miranda C. Pratt Properties Designer Katie Joyce Technical Direction Seattle Scenic Studios *Member of Actors’Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. The taking of pictures or the making of recordings of any kind during the performance is strictly prohibited. DESIGN TEAM CAST PRODUCTION STAFF
  • 6. Cell phones and pagers are disruptive to actors and audiences. Please turn them off or leave them with the site manager before the performance. Sound and video recordings are prohibited during the performance. Please be courteous to your fellow patrons and refrain from smoking in the audience. If you wish to smoke, please do so outside the perimeter of the audience area. Reservations All Wooden O productions are free and open to the public. You will not need reservations or tickets but we do recommend arriving at least 20 minutes before the start of the show to secure a good spot on the lawn. What to bring We recommend bringing a blanket or a chair. If you do bring a chair, we ask that you sit towards the back of the audience area so as not to block the view of those sitting on the ground.You are more than welcome to bring food to the venue, but we do ask that you pack out everything that you brought to the park. Rain or Shine? Summer weather in the Northwest can be unpredictable, but we believe the show must go on. Please be prepared whether it means sun block and drinking water or jackets, blankets, raingear and umbrellas. If an audience is willing to sit in the rain, the show will go on. If the rain develops into thunder and lightning, we will cancel the show. Contact Us Phone Numbers Ticket office: (206) 733-8222 Admin. offices: (206) 733-8228 Fax: (206) 733-8202 Ticket Office Summer Hours Tuesday-Friday: 12 Noon to 4PM Mailing Address Seattle Shakespeare Company PO Box 19595 Seattle, WA 98109 www.seattleshakespeare.org for everyone’s enjoyment
  • 7. The Taming of the Shrew Mama Baptista, of the Padua Trailer Park, has two daughters: Katherina and Bianca. Because of Kate’s ornery disposition, her Mama has declared that Bianca can’t get married until Kate also has a ring on her finger. In order to get closer to the younger and kinder Bianca, Lucentio and his buddyTranio comes up with a scheme to become her tutor. Petruchio swaggers in to the trailer park to visit his friend Hortensio (also a suitor to Bianca). Motivated by the fact that Kate has a lifestyle far better than his, Petruchio resolves to woo her. To everyone’s surprise, Petruchio claims that he finds Kate charming. A marriage is quickly arranged and Petruchio immediately sets out to“tame”Kate in his own unique way. From showing up late to his own wedding to contradicting everything she says, Petruchio tries to exhaust Kate into meekness. Things only get worse for Kate when she has to set up a home in Petruchio’s “man shack”in the woods. With Kate now married, Lucentio wins Bianca’s heart and Hortensio settles for the rich widow. At a celebration for Bianca and Lucentio, Petruchio wagers that he has the most obedient wife of all the men there. Does he win the bet? Kate lets him know. Richard III The House of Lancaster has been defeated in war and the House of York is now in power. Determined to gain the throne now held by his brother Edward, Richard convinces Edward that their brother Clarence has committed treason. Edward orders Clarence to be imprisoned in the tower. Still seeking to strengthen his ties to the throne, Richard woos Lady Anne, the grieving fiancéeofthePrinceofWaleswhomRichardkilledinbattle.RichardconvincesHastings and Buckingham that the reigning King’s wife, Elizabeth of York, is responsible for the imprisonment of Clarence. Richard hires murderers to have Clarence put to death. A sickly King Edward dies after learning of Clarence’s death. His young son the Prince, heir to the throne, is summoned to take his father’s place. Richard and Buckingham have the prince’s guardian, Rivers, excused and offer to protect the young Prince in the tower. Rivers is executed and the Prince is now under Richard’s power. Hastings expresses distaste for Richard’s desire to take the crown. Richard tricks him into pronouncing his own death. Buckingham convinces the people that the Prince is illegitimate, and thus Richard is finally offered the crown. Richard orders Buckingham to kill the Prince. Buckingham refuses and he is denied his earldom. Buckingham flees, attempting to join Richard’s enemy, Richmond. He fails and is captured and executed. Lady Anne dies of a mysterious cause and Richard offers himself as husband to his niece, Elizabeth of York. Richard and Richmond’s armies meet at Bosworth Field. Richard is defeated. Richmond accepts the crown and marries Elizabeth of York to end the discord between the Yorks and the Landcasters. Synopses of the plays
  • 8. Patrick Allcorn (Catesby/Tressel, Richard III) Patrick is excited to be back for a third summer with Wooden O. He was previously seen as Charles and Silvius in As You Like It and as Salerio in The Merchant of Venice. He was seen last fall indoors with Seattle Shakespeare Company as Westmoreland and The Douglas in Henry IV Parts I and II, also directed by Stephanie Shine. He has also performed in Shakespeare plays with Taproot, Greenstage, and Balagan. Keith Dahlgren (Gremio/Walter, Shrew) Keith considers himself fortunate to be in his fifth show for Wooden O Theatre, including playing Peter Quince in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and the two Duke Brothers in As You Like It. Other roles include Lord Northumberland and Bardolph in Henry IV at Seattle Shakespeare Company, Arthur in End Days at Seattle Public Theater, and Pozzo in Waiting for Godot at Second Story Repertory Theatre. Keith is currently the Managing Director for Seattle Public Theater. He has been involved in the Puget Sound theatre community since 1978, after graduating from Whitman College. He was the General Manager of Village Theatre at the Everett Performing Arts Center for five years and the Managing Director and a founding member of Unexpected Productions. He has acted and directed with over twenty companies in the Puget Sound area, CAST BIOGRAPHIES Patrick Allcorn including Bellevue Civic Theatre, Exchange Theatre, New City Theatre, Renton Civic Theatre, Seattle Children’s Theatre, Tacoma Actors Guild, and Village Theatre. Keith has served on the board of directors for Theatre Puget Sound, as well as Bellevue Civic Theatre and Seattle Scenic Studios. Angela DiMarco (Bianca Minola, Shrew) Angela was last seen as Cecily Cardew in The Importance of Being Earnest at Village Theatre. Angela will next perform with Intiman Theatre as Ann Rutledge in Abe Lincoln in Illinois. A few of Angela’s favorite past roles are Pamela Avery in So Many Words with Theater Schmeater and Harper in ReAct’s production of Angels in America: Perestroika. Other Northwest Theatres she has worked with are Seattle Public Theater, Tacoma Actors Guild, Annex Theatre, Live Girls! Theatre and Spokane Interplayers. Angela is married to actor David S Hogan (Grumio). Mike Dooly (Buckingham/Berkley, Richard III) This is Mike’s first time performing with Wooden O and he feels extremely blessed and privileged to get to be part of such a powerhouse of an ensemble. Mike recently played Iago in Othello, Larry in Closer, and Elvis in Picasso at the Lapin Agile, all at the Balagan Theatre on Capitol Hill. Karen Jo Fairbrook (Mama Baptista Minola, Shrew) Karen Jo is ecstatic her dreams of treading the Seattle Shakespeare Company boards, and working with Aimée Bruneau, are coming true in this fabulous Wooden O summer company. She was recently in So Many Words and Mamet, Schmamet at Theater Schmeater, 14/48 The World’s Quickest Theatre Festival, and Annex’s Tuesday. Her other favorite roles include Daisy in Daisy In The Dreamtime, Kate in Old Times, Penny in You Can’t Take It With You, Rosalind in As You Like It, and Kentucky Ghosts. Karen Jo teaches at Bellevue College where she directed her adaptation of Romeo and Juliet and works regularly with the WA State Thespian Society adjudicating and leading dialect workshops. David Gassner (Pedant/Soldier/Joseph/Priest, Shrew) David received his M.F.A. from U.C. San Diego’s ProfessionalTheatreTraining Program. He’s appeared locally in Death ofaSalesman at CHAC and TheIntelligent DesignofJennyChow at Seattle Public Theater. He played the Librarian in the Northern California premiere of Glen Berger’s UnderneaththeLintel and has appeared at Milwaukee Repertory Theatre and San Diego Repertory Theatre. He currently serves as Artistic Director ofTheater Schmeater, where he’s directed Kvetch,TheMandrake,West Coast premieres of Maria/Stuart and The AmericanPilot, and the world premiere of MametSchmamet! He shares his home with his lovely wife Jackie. Tim Gouran (Gray/1st Murderer/Bishop 1/ Richmond, Richard III) Tim is happy to return to Wooden O and Seattle Shakespeare Company after playing Prince Hal in Henry IV. Other Seattle Shakespeare Company productions include A Midsummer Keith Dahlgren Karen Jo Fairbrook David Gassner Angela DiMarco Mike Dooly
  • 9. Tim Gouran Bill Higham Annie Lareau Samara Lerman Night’s Dream, Swansong, The Tempest and Macbeth. He has worked with Seattle Children’s Theatre (100 Dresses, The Secret Garden, Charlotte Doyle, Hamlet, The Shakespeare Stealer, The Wrestling Season), ACT (A Christmas Carol, Stuff Happens, Fuddy Meers, Young Playwright’s Project) and Seattle Public Theater (A Wedding Story, Of Mice and Men). Other theatres credits include Seattle Repertory Theatre, Book-It Repertory Theatre, Theater Schmeater, Annex Theatre, and Washington Ensemble Theatre, where he is a proud artistic collaborator. He recently appeared in the television series Leverage with Oscar winner Timothy Hutton. His voice can be heard on many video games and commercials. Bill Higham (Vincentio/Curtis, Shrew) Bill is ecstatic about being in his first Wooden O production with such a stellar collection of veterans and fellow first-timers. He has worked with Seattle Shakespeare Company, Theater Schmeater, Seattle Public Theater, Village Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle Opera and others. Favorite roles include Polonius in Hamlet, Nym in Henry V, 2nd Guard in Julius Caesar, Robert in Proof, Grandpa in You Can’t Take It With You, and the Innkeeper in Falstaff. He also has appeared on Northern Exposure, Perry Mason, and Father Dowling and a couple of movies including Preston Tylk and Talent for the Game. David S. Hogan (Grumio, Shrew) David rejoins Seattle Shakespeare Company’s Wooden O, after appearing last summer as Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Recently, he played Lucius and Bassianus in Titus (Washington Ensemble Theatre), Ishmael in Moby-Dick, or the Whale (Book-It Repertory Theatre), Antony in Julius Caesar (Seattle Shakespeare Company), and Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Seattle Opera Young Artists Program). He has also performed with Seattle Repertory Theatre, Village Theatre, Theater Schmeater, Repertory Actors Theatre, and Arts West. He is a recipient of a Seattle Times Footlight Award. David is married to Angela DiMarco. Kelly Kitchens (Kate Minola, Shrew) Kelly is tickled pink to return to Wooden O Theatre where she appeared as Titania/Hippolyta in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hermione in The Winter’s Tale, Princess of France in Love’s Labour’s Lost, and Olivia in Twelfth Night. With Seattle Shakespeare Company, Kelly was most recently seen as Nerissa in The Merchant of Venice and Portia in Julius Caesar. Kelly received her B.A in Theatre and English from Vanderbilt University and her M.F.A. in Acting from the University of Texas at Austin. She is married to Jim Gall, a husband for her turn. Annie Lareau (Elizabeth/Norfolke, Richard III) Annie is thrilled to return to Wooden O. Recent favorite roles include: Ántonia in My Ántonia and Maggie Jones in Plainsong (Book-It Repertory Theatre), and Nadia in The Vertical Hour (ArtsWest). Other roles with Seattle Shakespeare Company and Wooden O include Bawd in Pericles, Kate in Kate and Isabel and the Queen in Cymbeline. She has performed with Syracuse Stage (New York), The Court Theatre (New Zealand), Jennetta Cochran Theatre (London), The Schollschberg (Amsterdam), Berkshire Theatre Festival (Massachusetts), and Belfry Theatre (British Columbia.) as well as The Empty Space, Annex Theatre, Spokane Interplayers, New City and Theater Schmeater. Annie holds a BFA from Syracuse University and a Masters in Arts Education from David S. Hogan Kelly Kitchens
  • 10. Jon Lutyens Chiara B. Motley Damian Peterson David Quicksall Harvard University. She is the proud single mother of a feisty four-year- old daughter. Samara Lerman (Tranio, Shrew) Samara is delighted to be back in the parks with Wooden O where she was last seen as Nerissa in The Merchant of Venice. Favorite roles include Debbie in Even Cowgirls Get the Blues (Book-It), Sylvia in The Game of Love and Chance (Harlequin Productions), Viola in Twelfth Night (Centerstage) and Anna Karenina (Atlas Theatre). Regionally Samara has performed with Shakespeare Santa Cruz and the Napa Valley Shakespeare Festival. Jon Lutyens (Rivers/Mayor/Tyrrel/ Sheriff/Brandon, Richard III) Jon is very glad to return for a fourth Wooden O summer. He was seen last year as Francis Flute in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and previously in The Merry Wives of Windsor and As You Like It. Indoors this season, he appeared at Seattle Shakespeare Company in Henry IV and in the Seattle premiere of The History Boys at ArtsWest. Jon dedicates this performance to his grandfather, who is finally getting to see him on stage. Chiara B. Motley (Anne/Ratcliffe, Richard III) Chiara is delighted to be returning to Wooden O this summer as Lady Anne in Richard III. Previous local roles include Sally in A Wedding Story (Seattle Public Theater), Belle in A Christmas Carol (ACT), Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Wooden O), and Anne in Persuasion (Book-It Repertory Theatre). Other favorites include Savage in Savage in Limbo, Charlotte in Don Juan and Hillaria in Restoration Comedy. She graduated from Stanford University with a B.A. in Drama and has also worked with Theatre de la Jeune Lune in Minneapolis. George Mount Karen Nelsen wooden o Cabaret! Featuring the Fabulously Talented Casts of richard iii & the taming of the shrew Tuesday, July 28 at 7:30 p.m. Center House Theatre in the Seattle Center Tickets: $20 Call 206-733-8222 or visit www.seattleshakespeare.org Come Back Indoors for One Night Only
  • 11. Carter Rodriquez Jose Rufino Carol Thompson George Mount (Richard, Richard III) George recently directed Seattle Shakespeare Company’s production of The Tempest. He is the founding Artistic Director of Wooden O. Roles for Wooden O include Shylock, Hamlet, Caliban and Benedick. As a director for Wooden O, his credits include Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar, The Tempest, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Much Ado About Nothing. He has performed in numerous theatres in the Seattle area including Book-It Repertory (Snow Falling on Cedars, Waxwings, My Ántonia), ACT (A Christmas Carol), Taproot (The Comedy of Errors), Strawberry Theatre Workshop (The Water Engine), and Seattle Shakespeare Company (The Comedy of Errors, The Taming of the Shrew). He is the Director of Outdoor and Touring Performance for Seattle Shakespeare Company, a position that includes artistic direction for Wooden O. Karen Nelsen (Stanley/Duchess, Richard III) Karen’s previous appearances with Wooden O and Seattle Shakespeare Company includes: Hamlet (Gertrude), Henry V (various), The Winter’s Tale (Paulina), The Taming of the Shrew (Baptista), The School for Scandal (Mrs. Candor), Wild Oats (Amelia), and Hamlet (Player Queen). She recently appeared in When the Messenger is Hot (Mom) for Theater Schmeater, I Do, I Do! (Agnes) for Bellevue Civic, The Sweetest Swing in Baseball (Rhonda/Dr. Gilbert) for ArtsWest and Seattle Public Theater, and Under the Mantle of Stars (Mistress) for Harlequin Productions. In recent years Karen had the pleasure of working on The Importance of Being Earnest, Souvenir, Long Day’s Journey into Night and Mrs. Warren’s Profession all at the late Actor’s Rep. Karen is a graduate of the UW’s PATP. Damian Peterson (Dorset/2nd Murderer, Richard III) Damian is a recent graduate of Seattle University and is excited to be involved in his first production with Wooden O. At Seattle University he appeared in The Three Sisters (Andrei), As You Like It (Orlando), and Romeo and Juliet (Romeo) directed by Stephanie Shine. He has also worked with Strawberry Theatre Workshop (The Life of Galileo), Island Stage Left (The Comedy of Errors), Freehold (Othello) and most recently played Jason in Theatre Machine’s Medea. He will be doing the puppet show Bloody Henry in the fall and is currently producing his own puppet show to be performed in the spring. David Quicksall (Petruchio, Shrew) Dave is thrilled to be back performing Shakespeare in its natural element — the outdoors! You may recognize Dave as the Prince from last year’s production of Romeo and Juliet. Dave was last seen on the Seattle Shakespeare Company’s main stage as Brutus in Julius Caesar. Most recently, Dave appeared as the Marquis in Seattle Children’s Theater’s production of A Tale of Two Cities. Dave’s work as a writer and director was visible this past winter at Book-It Repertory Theatre where he directed his critically acclaimed adaptation of Moby-Dick. Dave’s original adaptation of Don Quixote has recently been published by Dramatic Publishing. Carter Rodriquez (Clarence/Edward/Ely/Oxford, Richard III) Carter is an actor, musician, and visual artist. He has performed with Book-It Repertory Theatre, Capitol Hill Arts Center, The New Amerikan Theatre, Edge Theatre Ensemble, The Community Theatre and others. He originated the role of Boy in the award winning play The Agreement in the last Fringe Festival. Favorite roles include: Clove from Endgame, The Cook from Mother Courage, and Victor Jara from El Sueno Antes de la Muerte. Carter is currently a teacher for the Prison Theatre Residency Program at the Men’s Correctional Complex in Monroe, Washington. He is grateful for the opportunity to work with Wooden O and this exceptional cast. Jose Rufino (Hastings/3rd Messenger/Blunt, Richard III) This is Jose’s second show with Seattle Shakespeare Company. He holds his B.A. from Temple University and his MFA from University of Washington Professional Acting Training Program. Some of his credits include Othello with Seattle Shakespeare Company, Blood in Mojo and the Sayso, Lucious in Jesus Hopped the A Train, Orlando in As You Like It, Harlequin in The Game of Love and Chance, and four characters in The Water Children. While at Temple, Jose played Fielding in August Wilson’s Jitney which was a part of Wilson’s festival at Penn State. Jose is married to AmyDawn Rufino. These performances are dedicated to the late Sally and Roberto Josephson. Leah Russell Brian Claudio Smith Calleigh Shine
  • 12. John Ulman Sophia Villaneuva Leah Russell (Young York/Page, Richard III) Leah is happy to be returning toWooden O for her second year in a row as an intern in one of her favorite Shakespeare plays. Leah’s interest in acting was sparked by participating in many of the productions put on by Seattle Shakespeare Company’s educational programs. She recently graduated from Skyline High School and plans on attending Cornish College of the Arts in the fall to pursue a career in acting. Calleigh Shine (Young Elizabeth/Young Prince/2nd Messenger, Richard III) Calleigh is going into her junior year her at Garfield High School where she recently appeared as Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing. Her Wooden O credits include Jessica in The Merchant Of Venice and Moth in Shakespeare Uncork’d’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. She has appeared in numerous school productions as well as Seattle Shakespeare Company’s Short Shakes productions. She writes for her school newspaper, The Messenger, and is now a cheerleader. Brian Claudio Smith (Lucentio, Shrew) Brian makes his Wooden O debut in The Taming of the Shrew. His Seattle Shakespeare Company credits include Aragon in The Merchant of Venice, Cléante in The Miser, Henry IV, The School for Scandal, Romeo and Juliet, and As You Like It. Most recently Brian played Andrew Rally in I Hate Hamlet at SecondStory Repertory. He had the privilege of working with renowned playwright Israel Horovitz on the premier of Sins of the Mother at Harlequin Productions. Other Harlequin credits include Puck in A Midsummer Nights Dream, Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, Under a Mantle of Stars, Ladies of the Camellias, The Game of Love and Chance, and 12th Night of Stardust. Carol Thompson (Biondello/Sugarsop, Shrew) Carol will graduate from Cornish College of the Arts next spring where she is studying OriginalWorks. She appeared at Cornish in the new works TheBanand theBambies and ComfortMewithApples. She also appeared at Cornish as Angie in TopGirls directed by Aimée Bruneau. She recently finished work as Assistant Director on the ensemble-generated project MoreThingsinHeavenandEarth and on the comedy show StarWarsin aNutshell with Fruition Productions. Carol is a co-founder, co-director, and member of the improv comedy group Improvolution. She is thrilled to work withWooden O and counts herself very lucky to be working with Aimée again. John Ulman (Hortensio, Shrew) John began his acting career performing in the Kern Shakespeare Festival. He went on from there to receive his B.A. degree in drama from UC Irvine. John has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland. He has also toured nationally in several productions with CaliforniaTheatre Center. Locally, John has been seen in ArtsWest’s TheVertical Hour, CHAC’s God’sCountry, Book-It RepertoryTheatre’s Bud,NotBuddy,My Ántonia, and NightFlight, and Seattle Shakespeare Company’s AMidsummer Night’sDream,CyranodeBergerac andAll’s WellTheEndsWell.When he’s not acting, John works as a photographer. Sophia Villaneuva (Widow/Phyllis, Shrew) This is Sophia’s first show with Wooden O, and she could not be more excited about it! Sophia attended Highline Community College and graduated with an emphasis in Drama. She appeared in several shows while attending Highline including Earth & Sky, The Trial, and Heartbreak House. She was fortunate enough to make her directing debut last spring in Medusa’s Tale. She also received the Program Contributions Award for her time spent at Highline. Kimberly White (Brakenbury/Margaret/Messenger, Richard III) Kimberly has worked with Shakespeare’s plays for the past 20 years as coach, teacher, director, producer and actor. Other credits include University of Washington, Freehold Studio, University of British Columbia, Otterbein College (Columbus, OH), Harvard University, Korean University of the Arts, Shakespeare & Company, Seattle Children’s Theatre, Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival, and Sun Valley Shakespeare Festival (Co-Founder & Artistic Director, 2000-2004). Last November Kimberly worked with Maryland Shakespeare on a workshop production of Richard III. She taught at Antioch/Freehold this past summer. She is honored to have been script/ voice coach on the award-winning documentary“The Corporal’s Boots”as well as for Gerard Schwartz’ “Musically Speaking”CD series. She is a graduate of California Institute of the Arts and a Designated Linklater Voice Teacher. Mikel Ann Oswalt D.V.M Licensed Veterinarian since 1973 (206) 232-6205 · www.homepetvet.com Can’t Send Red Rover Right Over? Kimberly White
  • 13. Aimée Bruneau (Director, Shrew) Aimée, a proud actor alumnus with Wooden O (Hamlet, Julius Caesar and Henry V), is delighted to be directing for Wooden O/Seattle Shakespeare Company this summer. Aimée is an actor, director, teacher and student of theater depending on the moment. She earned her MFA in Acting from the American Conservatory Theater and her BA in Theatre Arts from Virginia Tech. Aimée has been telling tales in Seattle for more than a decade, and has worked with a wide variety of theater companies, academic institutions, and in some shady backrooms and basements in Chicago, San Francisco, Savannah, and in the deep south of France. Marleigh Driscoll (Props Designer, Richard III) Marleigh is more than usually delighted to continue as part of the Wooden O family for her seventeenth show in a row. She has happily worked on Othello, The Taming of the Shrew, Tempest, both As You Like It’s, Henry V, Much Ado About Nothing, Love’s Labours Lost, Julius Caesar, Macbeth, Twelfth Night, Hamlet, Merchant of Venice, Merry Wives of Windsor, Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Romeo and Juliet. Marleigh has a Master’s in Architecture, has been a stage manager and assistant director for Book-It Repertory Theatre, worked with the Flying Karamazovs at ACT, and was with Seattle Shakespeare Company for nine seasons. M. Elizabeth Eller (Sound Designer, Richard III) Elizabeth is happy to join the Wooden O folks after many seasons with Seattle Shakespeare Company. She is a director and sound designer, and peddles her wares in theaters all around the greater Seattle area. Her most recent work includes a sound design of Seattle Public Theater’s Of Mice and Men and directing At Sea, which appeared in Death/Sex production BIOGRAPHIES Kelsey Hopper, Chloe Mollis-McBride, David Hogan, Carly Hutchinson, and Leah Russell in AMidsummerNight’sDream. Photo by Erik Stuhaug. Call 206-733-8228 x. 212 or email education@seattleshakespeare.org Openings stillavailable — sign up today! Production Intensive: “The Taming of the Shrew” July 20–August 8 (Performances August 7 and 8) Students spend three weeks designing and building their own sets and costumes, learning performance skills, and rehearsing a produciton of The Taming of the Shrew.
  • 14. at Balagan Theatre. Elizabeth will be spending most of her summer outdoors with Wooden O’s Richard III and Balagan Theatre, with whom she is directing The Taming of the Shrew at the Fremont Troll. Miller Freeman IV (Stage Manager/Assistant Director, Shrew) Miller is honored to return as stage manager for The Taming of the Shrew in addition to his responsibilities as Production Manager for Seattle Shakespeare this season. Other Seattle Shakespeare productions for which he has served as stage manager include: Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (both of them Wooden O shows), Henry IV, All’s Well That Ends Well, The Miser, Pericles, The School for Scandal, Chamber Macbeth, Much Ado About Nothing, and Romeo and Juliet. Miller has also worked as stage manager for a host of shows in Seattle, including Cinderella, A Love Story with the Sound of Motown, Summer Rhapsody: The Reunion, and Uncle Willy’s Chocolate Factory produced by the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center at Seattle Repertory Theatre, Rebecca and Waxwings with Book-it Repertory Theatre, and a number of shows at Theater Schmeater and the University of Washington including the graduate acting program’s PATP Showcase tour. Miller’s interest in theatre began as a student at Johns Hopkins University. While there, he acted in several shows and then served as Director for the production of Taming of the Shrew after which he decided that his true interest in theatre lay backstage. Jennifer Havlin (Dance Choreographer, Shrew & Richard III) Ms. Havlin received a degree in Dance and Choreography while taking her pre-med classes. She’s choreographed and performed nationally and locally. Her past Seattle Shakespeare Company productions include The Tempest, All’s Well that Ends Well, Much Ado About Nothing, and As You Like It. She volunteers for Seattle area high schools choreographing their musicals and modern dance productions. Sarah Dale Rice (Stage Manager, Richard III) Sarah is excited to be back with Wooden O. She hopes you did not catch a glimpse of her at last year’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Sarah has recently gone unseen at Seattle Opera’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Elektra, Gianni Schicchi and The Enchanted Child; Intemountain Opera’s La Boheme; Taproot Theatre’s Big River, The God Committee, and Seven Keys to Baldpate; and Village Theatre’s stage reading of The Last Starfighter and Sacagawea. She hopes to continue to go unnoticed at theatres around the Northwest. Sarah thanks her family and David for all of their support. Seattle Scenic Studios (Technical Direction) Seattle Scenic Studios’mission is to serve the region’s non-profit arts and cultural organizations and introduce, inspire and train the next generation of technical theatre artists. Our
  • 15. clients include Seattle Public Theater, ReAct, Youth Theatre Northwest, Civic Light Opera, Wing Luke Asian Museum, Book-It Repertory Theatre, Eastside Musical Theatre, Centerstage, BrownBox, Broadway Bound, Spectrum Dance Theater, Studio East, Bainbridge KidiMu, Tacoma Children’s Museum, The Bruce Lee Exhibit for Inter*Im and Bellevue Opera to name a few. Their education program currently works with the Bush School, Summit, Roosevelt HS, Bothell HS, Olympic View, and Northwest School. Their education and production programs are supported in generous part by 4Culture, Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture Affairs, andThe Boeing Company. K.D. Schill (Costume Designer, Shrew) K.D. has had the honor of designing and procuring costumes for some of the finest, most talented theatre directors, film directors, choreographers, musicians, actors, writers, dancers and artists in Seattle. And for this she is grateful beyond measure. This is her first show for Wooden O and her fourth with the wonderful director Aimée Bruneau. Stephanie Shine (Director, Richard III) This fall Stephanie starts her 12th season as Artistic Director of Seattle Shakespeare Company where she has directed Henry IV, All’s Well that Ends Well, The Comedy of Errors, Swansong by Patrick Page, Cyrano de Bergerac, the lauded all-male Taming of the Shrew, Measure For Measure, Richard II, Wild Oats, Hamlet, Henry V, Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Henry IV, pt 1. Her other directorial credits include, The Comedy of Errors for Colorado Shakespeare Festival, I Am of Ireland (which she also conceived and adapted), and A Christmas Memory for Book-It Repertory Theatre, Love’s Labors Lost for Cornish College of the Arts, A Christmas Carol (also adapted) for Bainbridge Performing Arts, and the award-winning one-woman Marilyn Monroe Biopic, Marilyn: Forever Blonde, which is currently touring across the nation. A well- known actress in the Northwest, she has performed for the Seattle Repertory Theatre, ACT, The Empty Space, Seattle Children’s Theatre, Book-It Repertory Theatre, and Tacoma Actors Guild, as well as several theatres across the nation including both the Oregon and New Jersey Shakespeare Festivals. Her Shakespearean roles include Juliet, Rosalind, Lady Macbeth, Beatrice, Regan, Feste, Kate, Bianca, Dionyza, The Princess of France, Hero, and Perdita. Stephanie is a graduate of the University of Washington’s Professional Actor Training Program and the very proud mother of Conor and Cahilan Shine. She recently directed Romeo and Juliet for Seattle University and When the Messenger is Hot for Theater Schmeater. Janessa Jayne Styck (Costume Designer, Richard III) Janessa is a graduate of Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, Illinois. During her time at Wesleyan she interned at the acclaimed Glimmer Glass Opera in upstate New York. She also placed second at the 2006 South Eastern Theatre Conference Costume Design Competition. Since her relocation to Seattle in 2007, Janessa has been honored to design for such theatre companies as Book-It Repertory Theatre, Seattle Musical Theatre, and Youth Theatre Northwest. Janessa is delighted to design her first show for Wooden O and is looking forward to working with Snoqualmie Fall Forest Theater on their upcoming production of Oklahoma. Robertson Witmer (Sound Designer, Shrew) Rob’s work with Seattle Shakespeare Company includes sound design for The Tempest, playing accordion for The Servant of Two Masters, and composing music for A Midsummer Night’s Dream in the parks last summer. Recent onstage appearances also include Seven Brides for Seven Brothers at The 5th Avenue Theatre and The “Awesome”Cycle at ACT. His work as a sound designer includes The Mistakes Madeline Made for Washington Ensemble Theatre, The Adding Machine for New Century Theatre Company; End Days, War Party, and Stop Kiss for Seattle Public Theater. Rob performs with several local bands, including the Toucans steel drum band and the absurdist garage art-pop band, “Awesome”. Craig B. Wollam (Scenic Designer, Shrew & Richard III) Craig is enjoying working with Wooden O and Seattle Shakespeare Company again. A freelance scenic and lighting designer, Craig’s work has been seen at Seattle Public Theater, Intiman Theatre, Seattle Opera, Centerstage, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Book-It Repertory Hana Lass and Michael Place in RomeoandJuliet. Photo by John Ulman.
  • 16. George Mount, Director of Outdoor and Touring Performances See Cast biographies Michelle Traverso, Education Director As Education Director at Seattle Shakespeare Company, Michelle supervises matinees, workshops, Short Shakes, Camp Bill, residencies, and professional development through Bringing Theatre into the Classroom (BTiC) with partners Seattle Repertory www.seattleshakespeare.org/education or 206-733-8228 x 212 twelfth night December, 2009 A beguiling comedy of romantic adventures and misdirected love henry v January, 2010 A saga of inspired leadership and triumph against all odds hamlet March–April, 2010 A poetic drama about the costs of pursuing justice thetwo gentlemen ofverona April–May, 2010 Acomictaleofwanderinghearts Pre-show workshops & post-show discussions also available. Still only $10 per seat! Our productions can satisfy Washington State EALRs in Reading, Writing, Communications, Social Studies, and Arts. Stephanie Shine, Artistic Director See Production biographies John Bradshaw, Managing Director Entering his seventh season with Seattle Shakespeare Company, John is a graduate of the University of Washington and has spent nearly his entire career as part of the Seattle theatre community. Prior to joining Seattle Shakespeare Company, he was Managing Director at The Empty Space Theatre; Director of Endowment and Planned Giving at Seattle Repertory Theatre; and General Manager and Development Director for Kirkland Performance Center. At Seattle Children’s Theatre, he was part of the development staff during the capital campaign to build the Charlotte Martin Theatre. As a student stage manager at UW, he had the pleasure of working with a very talented young actress named Stephanie Shine on several productions, including Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew. key staff BIOGRAPHIES Theatre, Village Theatre, Seattle Children’s Theatre, Spectrum Dance Theater, Civic Light Opera, ArtsWest, Bellevue Opera, Wing Luke Art Museum, The Bruce Lee Exhibit for Inter*Im, React, Youth Theatre Northwest, and Attic Theatre here in Washington. Out of town, Craig has designed for Arizona Theatre Company, Chicago Theatre Center, Atlanta’s 14th Street Theatre, Boston’s Lyric Theatre, Dance Theatre Workshop of New York, The Colony in Miami, Zephyr Los Angeles, and Actor’s Playhouse New York. Recent projects include Retreat from Moscow for ArtsWest; Halcyon Days for Seattle Public Theater; The Sweetest Swing in Baseball for Seattle Public Theater and ArtsWest; Cinderella for Centerstage; Youth Theatre Northwest’s Pippin; and Magic Flute and Carmen with Bellevue Opera. Craig is co- founder and Technical Director of Seattle Scenic Studios, a nonprofit serving non-profits and education throughout western Washington. Theatre, Book-It Repertory Theatre, and Seattle Children’s Theatre. As an Equity Stage Manager, Michelle has worked for The Bathhouse Theatre, Seattle Children’s Theatre, and The 5th Avenue Theatre. She is a Washington State certificated teacher and Mom to Brian and Alex Traverso.
  • 17. “Give me your hands, if we be friends…” $5,000 and up 4Culture Susan Herring, In Honor of Her Late Mother The Norcliffe Foundation U. S. Bancorp Foundation “To be or not to be…” $1,000–$4,999 Anne & Mary Arts and Environmental Education Fund at the Greater Everett Community Foundation City of Issaquah and the Issaquah Arts Commission Raney, Grace and Robert Cumbow Harold and Mary Frances Hill John and Ellen Hill Mercer Island Community Foundation Mary Pigott “Tomorrow and tomorrow…” $500–$999 Captain Paul S. Bloch and Sherilyn G. Bloch Charlotte and Michael Buschmohle/ Applause! Associates Chistopher G. Dowsing of Morrow, Kessler & Dowsing Ellen Lackermann and Neal Stephenson Mercer Island Rotary “The quality of mercy…” $200–$499 Anonymous (1) Lori Church and Mark Pursley Neal Fuller Lisa Hager and Karl Divoky Carolyn Iblings Mary Metastasio Joni Ostergaard and Will Patton Yvette and James Waters Leora Wheeler “A muse of fire…” $100–$199 Anonymous (1) Bank of America Matching Gift Fund Thomas and Rosaline Bird Mary W. Brucker George and Sharilyn Carroll Jay Causey Elizabeth Hardisty Mike Hatmaker and Ruby Okada Barbara and Paul Heneghan Hidagard Protection Society Sharelle Howard Trudi Jackson and William R. Price III Kristin Jamerson Kirk Jones Mary Anne and Chuck Martin Henry Matthews and Susan Platt Patrick McKee Chris Mellinger and Thomas Greenwood Jocelyn and Michael Miller Richard and Karin Miller Bryan Morrison Edmond Mount and Joan Dorian Karen Nelsen Allen Nelson Family Karen Neyman Anita Althoff Nordstrom Martha and Martin O’Donnell Richard and Jean Page Kit and Bill Phillips Colin and Janice Ricketts Paula Russell Shelly Sundberg Jessica Wagoner Richard and Catherine Wakefield James and Yvette Waters Jay Weinland Lin and Judith Wilson Dan and Judy Witmer “The food of love…” Up to $99 Anonymous (1) Boeing Gift Matching Program Rosemarie and Edward Authier Sally Bartow and Patrick McKee John and Nancy Bates Mamata and Jayant Bhopatkar Helen and John Bigelow Libbie Bradley Elizabeth Bull Meryl and Helen Carson Amanda Cohn and Koji Yugawa Beth Cooper David Copley and Steven Chapman John and Carol Crothers Patrick Danneker Kay Lee Dart Sabrina MacIntyre and Thomas Delfeld Stephanie Derke Michelle Downey-Magee and Dail Magee Jr. Barbara and Rober Erickson Audrey Fellinge Laura Ferri and Michael Loggins Barbara Fritzemeier Cheryl Gagne Debra Gruber Margaret and Tom Hartley Adam Hasson William Hochberg Jacqueline and Lawrence Houston Kristi Hudson Debra and David Johnson Jeffrey and Cheryll Jones Cindy B. Katz Renee S. Katz, PhD, PLLC Elizabeth Kennedy and Robert Kechley Diane L. Kennish Nancy Krueger Scott H. Kruize Steven and Lee Elder LaCroix Mary Reeves Leber Barry and Mary Lloyd David and Nancy Lundsgaard Jennifer V. Mack Mary March and Michael R. Leathers Elaine Mathies Judith E. McAllister, MSW Xenia McGowan Theresa and Paul McLain Ellen McLees Michelle Medrano Avril Meehan Mary Menard and Stephan Ahnert Tami and Joe Micheletti Microsoft Matching Gift Fund Judith A Mitchels C. Mitton Christina Mollis Nancy Nelson Jane Pemberton and Fernando Garcia-Duarte Lynn Perkins Stephen and Marlene Perkins Ann Markee Pierson Kate Randall Robert and Kathleen Reynolds Elizabeth Robertson Beth and Kenneth Rosen 17th Earl of Oxford Nany Snapp Todd and Aubrey Stefan Nancy Talley Mary Thomas Gertrud Tobiason Eric and Heather Tuininga SC and Pamela Van Swearingen Julie Vergeront and Robert Wallach Jeff and Norma Villarreal Kathleen Walden Laura Wang Suzanne Elise Way Carol A. Zimmerman CONTRIBUTORS We appreciate the support of all the generous donors who contribute to make it possible for Wooden O and Seattle Shakespeare Company to bring free Shakespeare to our region’s parks. The following list represents combined gifts made between May 1, 2008 and June 17, 2009 on behalf of Wooden O.
  • 18. CONSULTING DOCTOR Dr. Mary Weiss, Swedish Physicians Providence Clinic TEACHING ARTISTS (2007-08) Noah Benezra Cara Anderson Don Darryl Rivera Gordon Carpenter Anne Conte Eveline Darroch Austin Farwell Jessica Hatlo Kelly Kitchens Jon Lutyens Taylor Maxwell Gavin McLean Vanessa Miller George Mount Erin Murray Brandon Petty Don Darryl Rivera Leilani Saper Stephanie Shine M. J. Sieber Paul Morgan Stetler Amy Thone Michelle Traverso Katjana Vadeboncoeur Richard Ziman Phil Miller, President Leslie Vogl, Vice President John Bodoia, Treasurer Barbara Hebenton Fielden, Secretary Emily Evans, Immediate Past President BOARD MEMBERS David C. Allais Edwin S. Green Roberta Greenwood Jane Harris Nellams Barbara Peterson Pamela Ottaviano Rhodes Nicole E. Dacquisto Rothrock Paula Russell Judith Shulman Dan Tierney Jeanne C. Wintz, Ph.D. ADVISORY BOARD Kenneth Alhadeff Cecile Delafield Dan Drais Donald Frothingham Slade Gorton Harry P. Hosey Gaelynn McGavick Sarah Merner Jane Mills Meg Pageler Mourning Richard Rhodes Pat Walker Doug Walker Steven M. Wells ARTISTIC STAFF Neil Freeman, Text Consultant John Langs, Associate Artist George Mount, Director of Outdoor and Touring Performances Amy Thone, Casting Director EDUCATION Michelle Traverso, Education Director Erin Murray, Education Associate PRODUCTION Miller Freeman IV, Production Manager Pete Rush, Costume Shop Manager MARKETING Jeff Fickes, Communications Director Thea Roe, Graphics and Marketing Assistant FRONT OF HOUSE Susanna Pugh, Audience Services/House Manager BOX OFFICE Rebecca Price, Box Office Manager Melinda Beck, Box Office Associate Maya Malan-Gonzalez, Box Office Associate DEVELOPMENT Beth Amsbary, Development Manager OPERATIONS Bernie McIlroy, Technology Overlord Kathy Hsieh, Bookkeeper Stephanie Shine, Artistic Director | John Bradshaw, Managing Director STAFF BOARD OF DIRECTORS Lyssa Browne, Betsy Schwartz, and Chad Jennings in AsYouLikeIt.
  • 19. OTHELLO Intiman Theatre presents Theatre for a New Audience’s Production of By William Shakespeare Directed by Arin Arbus JULY 2 – AUGUST 2 Intiman Theatre at Seattle CenterStraight from New York this production is “Blazing across the stage” for a limited run. - The New York Times Frank P Wartenburg/Photolibrary TICKETS 206.269.1900 | www.intiman.org Trust No One
  • 20. Subscribe to the 2009–2010 Season Today Seattle Shakespeare Company’s arresting productions and intimate theatre thrust you into the heartbeat of the action. Join us for a year of Shakespeare like no other! Complete 4-Play SeasonTicket Packages Start at $54! One of the Best Entertainment Values in Town Call 206-733-8222 or Order Online: SeattleShakespeare.org All titles, dates and artists subject to change. Photo Credits: Charles Leggett in The Merchant of Venice, photo by Ken Holmes. Jennifer Sue Johnson and John Bogar in The Turn of the Screw, photo by John Ulman; Katjana Vadeboncoeur in The Servant of Two Masters, photo by John Ulman; David Pichette in Henry IV, photo by John Ulman; Carolyn Marie Monroe and Michael Winters in The Tempest, photo by John Ulman. Dec 3–27, 2009 Directed by Stephanie Shine The two gentlemen of verona Mar18–Apr11,2010 Directed by Marcus Goodwin Apr15–May9,2010 Directed by Russ Banhamhenry vA saga of inspired leadership and a band of brothers who triumph against all odds. Jan 7–31, 2010 Directed by Sheila Daniels A comic tale with moony, misguided guys, resourceful gals, and a funny bit with a dog! electraA riveting drama of a daughter’s sworn vengeance. A beguiling comedy of romantic adventures and misdirected love. Twelfth Night

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