2003-2004 Season

Please note the season listing goes from the end to the beginning.

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
by Stephen Sondheim
May 15-June 27, 2004
Directed by Heidi Cline

(Presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International)

Senex, an old man: Tony Brown
Domina, his wife: Valerie Payton*
Hero, his son, in love with Philia: Brandon O'Dell
Hysterium, slave to Senex and Domina: Jeff McKerley*
Pseudolus, slave to Hero: Clark Taylor
Erronius, an old man: Drew Reeves
Miles Gloriosus, a warrior: Daniel J Cook
Lycus, a buyer and seller of courtesans: Jeff Watkins*
Tintinabula, a courtesan: Natalie Gray
Panacea, a courtesan: Becky Cormier
The Geminae, courtesans: Samantha Bentley-McClung, Marcie Millard
Vibrata, a courtesan: Kristen Keating
Gymnasia, a courtesan: Denise Arribas
Philia, a virgin: Viveka Chandrasekaran
The Proteans: Kelley Yearout, Luis Hernandez, Charles Holmes, Matthew Trautwein, Pianist/Conductor Karen Huckabee
Percussionist: Michael Guss
Trumpet player: David Rood
The Musicians: Becky Cormier, Tony Brown, Matthew Trautwein, Charles Holmes,
Kelley Yearout, Jeff Watkins, Samantha Bentley-McClung


A Man For All Seasons
by Robert Bolt
Directed by Tony Brown
April 8-May 9, 2004
Produced by special arrangement with Robert A. Freedman Dramatic Agency, Inc.

Common Man - Marc McPherson*
Sir Thomas More - Jeff Watkins
Henry VIII - Brent Griffin
Richard Rich - David Weber
Will Roper - Troy Willis*
Norfolk - Doug Kaye*
Alice More - Pat Bell
Margaret More - Jennifer Akin*
Wolsey - Tony Brown
Woman - Sheryl O'Neill
Cromwell - Maurice Ralston*
Chapuys & Cranmer - Drew Reeves
Attendant - Taylor Kuehn
Woman Understudy (appearing April 8, 22, 29) - Mary Russell


A Midsummer Night's Dream
Directed by Drew Reeves
March 4-April 4, 2004

Theseus, Duke of Athens - Maurice Ralston*
Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons, betrothed to Theseus - Jennifer Akin*
Egeus, father of Hermia - Tony Brown
Hermia, daughter of Egeus, in love with Lysander - Becky Cormier
Helena, in love with Demetrius - Karla Droege
Lysander, in love with Hermia - Joshua Howland
Demetrius, in love with Hermia - David Weber
Philostrate, master of the revels to Theseus - Joey Cleary
Attendants on Theseus and Hippolyta - Marc McPherson*, Kirk Seaman Mary Russell, Erick Jackson
Oberon, King of the Fairies - Maurice Ralston*
Titania, Queen of the Fairies - Jennifer Akin*
Puck, or Robin Goodfellow - Joey Cleary
Fairies - Jeff McKerley*, Troy Willis*, Kirk Seaman
Peaseblossom, fairy attendant on Titania - Tony Brown
Cobweb, fairy attendant on Titania - Erick Jackson
Moth, fairy attendant on Titania - Marc McPherson*
Mustardseed, fairy attendant on Titania - Mary Russell
Quince, a carpenter - Troy Willis*
Snug, a joiner - Marc McPherson*
Bottom, a weaver - Jeff McKerley*
Flute, a bellows-mender - Kirk Seaman
Snout, a tinker - Mary Russell
Starveling, a tailor - Erick Jackson

Romeo and Juliet
February 5-29, 2004
Directed by Jeff Watkins

Romeo - Nathan Mobley*
Juliet - Amee Vyas
Mercutio - Drew Reeves
Benvolio - David Webber
Tybalt - Joey Cleary
Capulet - Maurice Ralston*
Lady Capulet - Laura Cole
Nurse - Patricia French
Friar Lawrence - Doug Kaye*
Prince - Tony Brown
Paris - Paul Hester
Lord Montague - Marc McPherson*
Lady Montague - Bahama Lynch
Sampson - Drew Reeves
Abram - Doug Kaye*
Peter - Marc McPherson*
Gregory - Nick Faircloth
Balthasar - Taylor Kuehn
Friar John - Tony Brown
Paris' Page - Nick Faircloth
Musicians - Matthew Trautwein, Tony Brown, Bahama Lynch
First Watch - David Webber
Second Watch - Joey Cleary
Third Watch - Drew Reeves
Combatant - Taylor Kuehn



A Lion in Winter
by James Goldman
January 2-February 1, 2004
Directed by Jeff Watkins

Henry II, King of England - Maurice Ralston*
Alais Capet - Amee Vyas
John - David Weber
Geoffrey - Drew Reeves*
Richard the Lionheart - Nathan Mobley*
Eleanor of Aquitaine - Patricia French
Philip Capet, King of France - Joey Cleary


Charles Dickens'
A Christmas Carol
Directed by Dikran Tulaine
December 12-21, 2003

The Storytellers:
Dikran Tulaine,
Hillary Bolles,
Maurice Ralston,
Marc McPherson

The History Extravaganza
November 7-December 7, 2003
All shows directed by Jeff Watkins

Richard II

King Richard II - Jeff McKerley*
Queen Isabel -Melanie Walker
Queen's Ladies - Larkin Grant, Mary Russell
Harry Percy, Hotspur - Charles Nelson*
Henry Bolingbroke - Maurice Ralston*
John of Gaunt - Kyle Crew
Thomas Mowbray - Troy Willis
Duke of York - Doug Kaye*
Duchess of York - Jackie Prucha
Duke of Aumerle - Drew Reeves
Duchess of Gloucester - Jackie Prucha
Earl of Northumberland - Patrick Wood
Sir Henry Green - Tony Brown
Sir John Bushy - Joey Cleary
Sir John Bagot - Jeffrey Zwartjes
Lord Ross - Marc McPherson*
Lord Willoughby - Randy Weinstein
Lord Berkeley - David Weber
Earl of Salisbury - Zach Dietrich
Bishop of Carlisle - Troy Willis
Sir Stephen Scroope - Kyle Crew
Lord Fitzwater - David Weber
Duke of Surrey - Joey Cleary
Abbot of Westminster - Tony Brown
Sir Pierse of Exton - Kyle Crew
Lord Marshal - Marc McPherson*
A Welsh Captain - Drew Reeves
Gardeners - Marc McPherson*, Paul Hester, Matthew Felten
Groom of the stable - Randy Weinstein
Keeper of the Prison - Tony Brown
Lord - Zach Dietrich
Heralds - Doug Kaye*, Randy Weinstein
Attendant/Servant - Matthew Felten
Murderers - Zach Dietrich, Drew Reeves
Royal Guard - Paul Hester
Royal Trumpeter - David Rood

Henry IV part 1

King Henry IV - Maurice Ralston*
Henry, Prince of Wales (Prince Hal) - Brik Berkes*
Prince John of Lancaster - David Weber
Earl of Westmerland - Troy Willis
Sir Walter Blunt - Zach Dietrich
Thomas Percy, Earl of Worcester - Doug Kaye*
Henry Percy, Earl of Northumberland - Patrick Wood
Henry Percy, Hotspur - Charles Nelson*
Edmund Mortimer, Earl of March - Drew Reeves
Archibald, Earl of Douglas - Kyle Crew
Owen Glendower - Jeff McKerley*
Sir Richard Vernon - Randy Weinstein
Sir John Falstaff - Tony Brown
Poins - Troy Willis
Bardolph - Jeffrey Zwartjes
Peto - David Weber
Gadshill - Randy Weinstein
Francis, a drawer - Joey Cleary
Lady Percy, wife of Hotspur - Laura Cole
Lady Mortimer - Becky Cormier
Hostess Quickly - Jackie Prucha
Chamberlain - Drew Reeves
Ostler - Jeff McKerley*
Attendants - Erick Jackson, Taylor Kuehn, Kirk Harris Seaman
Messenger - Kirk Harris Seaman
Soldiers - Nick Faircloth, Taylor Kuehn
Sherriff - Zach Dietrich
Travellers - Jeff McKerley*, Patrick Wood, Kirk Harris Seaman
Carriers - Kyle Crew, Jackie Prucha
Royal Trumpeter - David Rood
Harper - Sandra Sparks


Henry IV part 2

Rumor, the Presenter - Laura Cole
King Henry IV - Maurice Ralston*
Henry, Prince of Wales (Prince Hal) - Brik Berkes*
Lord John of Lancaster - David Weber
Archbishop of York - Randy Weinstein
Duke of Gloucester - Zach Dietrich
Sir John Blunt - Patrick Wood
Lord Mowbray - Jeff McKerley*
Lord Hastings - Kyle Crew
Lord Bardolph and Sir John Coleville - Drew Reeves
Travers - Marc McPherson*
Morton & Earl of Warwick - Charles Nelson*
Earl of Westmerland - Troy Willis
Henry Percy, Earl of Northumberland - Patrick Wood
Lady Northumberland - Jackie Prucha
Lady Percy, wife of Hotspur - Laura Cole
Harcourt - Kyle Crew
Gower - Zach Dietrich
Lord Chief Justice - Doug Kaye*
Sir John Falstaff - Tony Brown
Falstaff's Page - Joey Cleary
Pistol - Drew Reeves
Shallow & Silence, Country Justices - Marc McPherson & Jeff McKerley*
Davy - Paul Hester
Ralph Mouldy - Erick Jackson
Simon Shadow - Mary Russell
Feeble & Porter - Kirk Harris Seaman
Thomas Wart - Jackie Prucha
Poins - Troy Willis
Peter Bullcalf - Doug Kaye*
Fang & Snare, Sheriff's Officers - David Weber & Kirk Harris Seaman
Bardolph - Jeffrey Zwartjes
Peto - David Weber
Hostess Quickly - Jackie Prucha
Soldiers - Kirk Harris Seaman, Erick Jackson
Drawers - Joey Cleary (Francis), Jeff McKerley*,(2nd Drawer)
Doll Tearsheet - Laura Cole
Beadle - Randy Weinstein
Servants/Pages - Paul Hester, Erick Jackson
Royal Trumpeter - David Rood
Harper - Sandra Sparks

Henry V

King Henry V - Brik Berkes*
Chorus - Jeff Watkins
Dukes of Gloucester and Bedford - Zach Dietrich and David Weber
Duke of Exeter, the King's uncle - Kyle Crew
Earl of Salisbury - Nick Faircloth
Earl of Westmerland and John Bates - Troy Willis
Earls of Warwick and Erpingham - Patrick Wood
Archbishop of Canterbury - Doug Kaye*
Bishop of Ely - Tony Brown
Scroop and Grey and Cambridge, conspirators - Maurice Ralston*, Zach Dietrich and Patrick Wood
Gower - Randy Weinstein
Fluellen - Maurice Ralston*
Macmorris and Jamy, captains in King's army - Charles Nelson* and David Weber
Court - Jeff McKerley*
Williams and Nym - Marc McPherson*
Bardolph - Jeffrey Zwartjes
Pistol - Drew Reeves
Clarence - Joey Cleary
Mistress Quickly and Alice - Jackie Prucha
Boy - Matthew Felten
Charles the Sixth, King of France - Tony Brown
French Soldiers - Randy Weinstein, Taylor Kuehn, Larkin Grant
Princess Katherine - Melanie Walker
Lewis the Dauphin - Joey Cleary
Dukes of Burgandy, Orleans and Britain - Doug Kaye*
Duke of Bourbon - Tony Brown
Constable of France - Charles Nelson*
Grandpré - Tony Brown
Governor of Harfleur - Doug Kaye*
Montjoy, a French Herald - Jeff McKerley*
French Ambassadors to King Henry V - Larkin Grant, Jeff McKerley*
Rambures - Jeffrey Zwartjes
English Soldiers - Nick Faircloth, Taylor Kuehn, Matthew Felten
Messengers/Servants - Taylor Kuehn, Larkin Grant
Royal Trumpeter - David Rood
Harper - Sandra Sparks

Oct 2-Nov 2, 2003
Directed by Drew Reeves

Duncan, King of Scotland - Tony Brown
Malcolm, Duncan's son - Charles Nelson*
Donalbain, Duncan's son - Laura Cole
Macbeth, Thane of Glamis - Jeff Watkins
Banquo, Thane of Scotland - Kyle Crew
Fleance, son to Banquo - Larkin Grant
Macbeth's Lady - Jennifer Akin*
Macduff, Thane of Fife - Maurice Ralston*
Macduff's Lady - Laura Cole
Young Macduff - Larkin Grant
Lennox, Angus, a Thane of Scotland - Troy Willis
Ross, Menteith, a Thane of Scotland - Zach Dietrich
Caithness, a Thane of Scotland - Tony Brown
Siward, General of the English forces - Doug Kaye*
Young Siward, his son - Laura Cole
The Weird Sisters - Maurice Ralston*, Charles Nelson*, Marc McPherson*, Zach Dietrich, Doug Kaye*, Laura Cole
Porter - Marc McPherson*
Old Man - Doug Kaye*
Scottish Doctor - Marc McPherson*
Hecate - Jennifer Akin*
Murderers - Laura Cole, Marc McPherson*, Doug Kaye*, Tony Brown
Soldiers - Doug Kaye*, Larkin Grant
Apparitions - Matthew Felten, Larkin Grant
Show of Kings - Maurice Ralston*, Marc McPherson*, Matthew Felten
Gentlewoman - Larkin Grant
Seyton - Matthew Felten
Bleeding Captain - Matthew Felten
Messenger - Troy Willis
Servants - Charles Nelson*, Larkin Grant, Matthew Felten
Understudies - Mary Russell, Paul Hester, Bahama Lynch

The Comedy Spectacular-
all shows directed by Jeff Watkins

The Merry Wives of Windsor
Aug 7, 15, 23, 31 & Sept 4, 12, 20, 28 (2003)

Sir John Falstaff - Tony Brown
Mistress Ford - Laura Cole
Mistress Page - Melanie Walker
Master Ford - Drew Reeves
Master Page - Charles Nelson*
Doctor Caius - Brik Berkes*
Slender - Zach Dietrich
Fenton - Joey Cleary
Sir Hugh Evans - Stuart McDaniel
Anne Page - Becky Cormier
Robert Shallow - Marc McPherson*
Simple - Jeff McKerley*
Mistress Quickly - Leslie Hull
Host of the Garter - Kyle Crew
Bardolph - Jeffrey Zwartjes
Pistol - Maurice Ralston*
Nym - Patrick Wood
Rugby - David Weber
William - Joe Watkins
Robin - Joe Watkins

Twelfth Night
Aug 3, 8, 16, 24, 28 & Sept 5, 13, 21, 25 (2003)

Orsino, Duke of Illyria -Brik Berkes*
Viola, sister to Sebastian ("Cesario" when disguised as a man) - Laura Cole
Sebastian, brother to Viola - Drew Reeves
Olivia, a rich countess - LeeAnna Lambert
Malvolio, Olivia's steward - Jeff Watkins
Feste, a fool - Jeff McKerley*
Sir Toby Belch, uncle to Olivia - Maurice Ralston*
Sir Andrew Aguecheek, suitor to Olivia - Marc McPherson*
Maria, Olivia's gentlewoman - Melanie Walker
Antonio, friend to Sebastian - David Weber
Valentine, Orsino's attendant - Joey Cleary
Fabian, in the service of Olivia - Zach Deitrich
Sea Captain - Patrick Wood
Sailors - Jeff Watkins, Drew Reeves
Officers - Patrick Wood, Joey Cleary
Musician -Patrick Wood
Priest - Joey Cleary

The Taming of the Shrew
Aug 1, 9, 17, 21, 29 & Sept 6, 14, 18, 26 (2003)

Katherina, the shrew, daughter to Baptista - Laura Cole
Petruchio, a gentleman of Verona, suitor to Kate - Brik Berkes*
Baptista, a rich gentleman of Padua - Tony Brown
Bianca, daughter to Baptista - LeeAnna Lambert
Lucentio, son to Vincentio, in love with Bianca - Charles Nelson*
Hortensio, suitor to Bianca - Drew Reeves
Gremio, suitor to Bianca - Doug Kaye*
Vincentio, an old gentleman of Pisa - Kyle Crew
Tranio, servant to Lucentio - Troy Willis
Grumio, servant to Petruchio - Marc McPherson*
Pedant - Maurice Ralston*
Biondello, servant to Lucentio - Stuart McDaniel
Widow - Leslie Hull
Curtis, servant to Petruchio - Kyle Crew
Haberdasher - Leslie Hull
Tailor - Maurice Ralston*
Serving Woman, servant to Baptista - Leslie Hull

All's Well that Ends Well
Aug 2, 10, 14, 22, 30 (2003)

King of France - Bill Griffith
Bertram, young Count of Rosillon - Charles Nelson*
Countess of Rosillon, Bertram's mother - Joanna Daniel
Helena, a gentlewoman protected by the Countess - Melanie Walker
Lafew, an old lord - Tony Brown
Parolles, a follower of Bertram - Maurice Ralston*
1st Lord Dumaine - Drew Reeves
Lord Dumaine - Stuart McDaniel
Reynaldo, steward - Troy Willis
Lavache, a vulgar clown - Marc McPherson*
A Widow of Florence - Jane Bass
Diana, the Widow's daughter - Bahama Lynch
Duke of Florence - Bill Griffith
Mariana - Brandallyn Williams
Soldiers - Bill Griffith, Troy Willis, Joey Cleary, Marc McPherson*
Messenger - Joey Cleary
Gentleman - Troy Willis
Page - Joey Cleary
4th Lord - Troy Willis

Much Ado About Nothing
Sept 7, 11, 19, 27 (2003)

Don Pedro, Prince of Arragon - Brik Berkes*
Don John, his bastard brother - Troy Willis
Claudio, a young Lord of Florence - Charles Nelson*
Benedick, a young Lord of Padua - Maurice Ralston*
Leonato, Governor of Messina - Tony Brown
Antonio, his brother - Marc McPherson*
Borachio, follower of Don John - Drew Reeves
Condrade, follower of Don John - David Weber
Dogberry, a constable - Kyle Crew
Verges, his follower - Jeff McKerley*
Sexton & Musician - Patrick Wood
Friar Frances - Doug Kaye*
Hero, daughter to Leonato - Becky Cormier
Beatrice, niece to Leonato - Laura J. Cole
Margaret, gentlewoman attending Hero - LeeAnna Lambert
Ursula, gentlewoman attending Hero - Bahama Lynch
The Watch - Troy Willis, Zach Dietrich, Doug Kaye*
Messenger - David Weber
Balthasar - Jeff McKerley*
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