2006-2007 Season


The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)
July 5-August 5, 2007
Directed by Maurice Ralston

Written by Adam Long, Daniel Singer, Jess Winfield (and William Shakespeare)
Directed by Maurice Ralston
Produced through special arrangement with Broadway Play Publishing Inc. The script to this play may be purchased from B P P I at http://www.BroadwayPlayPubl.com

Tony Brown*
Paul Hester*
Andrew Houchins


May 25-July 1, 2007
Directed by Heidi Cline
Dance Choreography by Jeff McKerley

Emcee - Jeff McKerley*
Clifford Bradshaw -Matt Nitchie
Sally Bowles - Agnes Harty*
Fraulein Schneider - Ellen McQueen*
Herr Schultz - Clark Taylor
Ernst Ludwig - Jeff Watkins
Fraulein Kost - Lala Cochran*
Max - Clarke Weigle
Sailor, Maitre D', Hanz - Mark Schroeder
Customs Officer, Nazi Guard, Waiter - Larry Ruth*
Sailor, Waiter, Nazi Guard, Taxi Man - Bryan Lee
Telephone Girl - Kristen Keating
Waiter, Sailor, Nazi Guard - William Mellette

Kit Kat Klub Dancers
Kristen Keating (Lulu)
Lisa Nichols (Texas)
Denise Arribas (Fritzi)
Nico Ward (Frenchie)
Becky Cormier (Helga)
Bethany Irby (Rosie)
Larry Ruth* (Bobby)
William Mellette (Victor)
Bryan Lee (Herman)
Lala Cochran* (Greta)

Clarke Weigle, Mark Schroeder, Becky Cormier, John Hammid, Bethany Irby, Ellen McQueen*, David Rood, Larry Ruth*, Clark Taylor,
Jeff Watkins, Renee Clark


The Taming of the Shrew
April 12-May 20, 2007
Directed by Tony Brown

Katherina, the shrew, daughter to Baptista - Veronika Duerr*
Petruchio, a gentleman of Verona, suitor to Kate - Paul Hester*
Baptista, a rich gentleman of Padua - Troy Willis*
Bianca, daughter to Baptista - Kelly Criss
Lucentio, son to Vincentio, in love with Bianca - Matt Felten
Hortensio, suitor to Bianca - J.C. Long
Gremio, suitor to Bianca - Drew Reeves*
Vincentio, an old gentleman of Pisa - Tony Falcitelli
Tranio, servant to Lucentio - Nicholas Faircloth
Grumio, servant to Petruchio - Andrew Houchins
Pedant - Clarke Weigle
Biondello, servant to Lucentio - Daniel Parvis
Widow - Khaliah Walker
Curtis, servant to Petruchio - Tony Falcitelli
Haberdasher - Khaliah Walker
Tailor - Doug Graham
Philip - Troy Willis*
Peter - Drew Reeves*
Courtesan - Khaliah Walker
Street Vendor - Tony Falcitelli
Drunk - Clarke Weigle
Officer - Doug Graham
Sugarsop - Khaliah Walker
Nathaniel - Clarke Weigle
Joseph - Doug Graham
Gabrel - Kelly Criss
Walter - Matt Felten
Serving Woman, servant to Baptista - Khaliah Walker
Citizens - Paul Hester*, Andrew Houchins
Musicians - Veronika Duerr*, J.C. Long, Clarke Weigle, Doug Graham

Love's Labour's Lost
March 8-April 8, 2007
Directed by Laura Cole

Ferdinand, King of Navarre - Andrew Houchins
Berowne, Lord attending on the King - Jeff McKerley*
Longaville, Lord attending on the King - Daniel Parvis
Dumain, Lord attending on the King - Kirk Seaman
Don Adriano de Armado, a Spaniard - Jeff Watkins
Moth, Armado's page - Matthew Felten
Holofernes, a schoolmaster - Doug Kaye*
Sir Nathaniel, a curate - Tony Falcitelli
Dull, a constable - Will Evans
Costard, a peasant clown - Tony Brown
Jaquenetta, a country wench - Rivka Levin*
A Forester - Nicholas Faircloth
The Princess of France - Mary Russell
Rosaline, Lady attending on the Princess - Heidi Cline
Maria, Lady attending on the Princess - Mary Ruth Ralston
Katharine, Lady attending on the Princess - Amee Vyas
Boyet, Lord attending on the Princess - Troy Willis*
Marcade, Lord attending on the Princess - Nicholas Faircloth

Romeo and Juliet
February 8-March 4, 2007
Directed and Choreographed by Drew Reeves

Romeo - J.C. Long
Juliet - Veronika Duerr*
Mercutio - Paul Hester*
Benvolio - Nicholas Faircloth
Tybalt - Matt Nitchie
Capulet - Dikran Tulaine
Capulet’s - Lady Lynna Schmidt*
Nurse - Valerie Payton*
Friar Lawrence - Troy Willis*
Prince - Maurice Ralston* (Feb 8-18) Tony Brown (Feb 22-Mar 4)
Paris - Mike Niedzwiecki
Montague - Tony Falcitelli
Montague’s Lady - Khaliah Walker
Sampson - Doug Graham
Abram - Bryan Lee
Peter - Tony Falcitelli
Gregory - Paul Hester*
Balthasar - Bryan Lee
Friar John - Khaliah Walker
Appothecarie - Paul Hester*
Paris' Page - Doug Graham
Musician° - Doug Graham, Tony Brown, Khaliah Walker
First Watch - Nicholas Faircloth Second Watch Khaliah Walker
Third Watch - Matt Nitchie
Tybalt’s man - Doug Graham
Mercutio’s man - Bryan Lee
Party Guests - Deborah McGriff*, Troy Willis*, Mike Niedzwiecki, Khaliah Walker, Maurice Ralston*, Megan Rose*
Potpan - Bryan Lee
Servant - Tony Falcitelli,, Bryan Lee, Mike Niedzwiecki, Doug Graham
Citizens - Veronika Duerr*, Mike Niedzwiecki, Troy Willis*, Valerie Payton*
2nd Capulet° - Tony Brown
3rd Capulet° - Maurice Ralston* (Feb 8-18)
Harpists - Bahama Lynch, Rivka Levin
Understudies - Jeff Watkins, Andrew Houchins, Tony Brown, Drew Reeves*

°Appears in Full Text Version only


The Merry Wives of Windsor
January 4-February 4
Directed by Troy Willis

Sir John Falstaff - Tony Brown
Mistress Ford - Bahama Lynch
Mistress Page - Erin Considine
Master Ford - Drew Reeves*
Master Page - Andrew Houchins
Doctor Caius - Matthew Felten
Slender - Daniel Parvis
Fenton - Joshua Howland
Sir Hugh Evans - Justin Welborn
Anne Page - Jennifer Morris
Robert Shallow - Maurice Ralston*
Simple - Joshua Fargason
Mistress Quickly - Rivka Levin*
Host of the Garter - Doug Kaye*
Bardolph - Clarke Weigle
Pistol - David Howard
Nym - Kevin Swisher
Robin - Madelyne Watkins
Rugby - Joe Watkins
John & Robert - Jeff and Joe Watkins
William Page - Madelyne Watkins

Charles Dickens'
A Christmas Carol
December 7-23, 2006
Directed by Tony Brown

Scrooge - Drew Reeves*
Young Scrooge - Andrew Houchins
Bob Cratchit - Matthew Trautwein
Mrs. Cratchit - Rivka Levin*
Martha Cratchit - Becky Cormier
Peter Cratchit & Tiny Tim - Matt Felten
Jacob Marley - Andrew Houchins
Ghost of Christmas Present - Kirk Seaman
Ghost of Christmas Past - Matt Felten
Business Men - Matt Felten, Kirk Seaman, Clarke Weigle
Solicitors - Kirk Seaman, Clarke Weigle
Belle - Becky Cormier
Belle's Husband - Kirk Seaman
Fezziwig - Kirk Seaman
Mrs. Fezziwig - Rivka Levin*
Fan - Becky Cormier
Dick Wilkins - Clarke Weigle
Fred's Sister-in-law - Rivka Levin*
Caroline - Becky Cormier
Caroline's Husband - Matt Felten
Topper - Paul Hester*
Fred - Andrew Houchins
Fred's wife - Becky Cormier
Mrs. Dilber - Rivka Levin*
Understaker's Man - Kirk Harris Seaman
Boy - Matt Felten
Old Joe - Clarke Weigle
Laundress, Servant, Flower Seller, Caroler - Becky Cormier
Fiddler - Matthew Trautwein

Troilus and Cressida
November 2-December 3, 2006
Directed by Jeff Watkins

The Prologue - Tony Brown
Priam, King of Troy - Barry Stewart Mann*
Hector, son of Priam - Paul Hester*
Troilus, son of Priam - Joshua Fargason
Paris, son of Priam - Matthew Felten
Deiphobus, son of Priam - Laura Cole
Cassandra, daughter of Priam, Prophetess - Laura Cole
Margarelon, bastard son of Priam - Mike Niedzwiecki
Andromache, Hector's wife - Mary Russell
Aeneas, Trojan commander - Barry Stewart Mann*
Anthenor, Trojan commander - Mike Niedzwiecki
Calchas, Cressida's father - Tony Brown
Cressida - Lily Yancey Miller
Alexander, Cressida's servant - Mike Niedzwiecki
Pandarus, Cressida's uncle - Tony Brown
Agamemnon, the Greek general - Maurice Ralston*
Menelaus, Agamemnon's brother - Clarke Weigle
Helen, wife to Menelaus - Mary Russell
Achilles, a Greek commander - Troy Willis*
Ajax, a Greek commander - Al Stilo
Ulysses, a Greek commander - Drew Reeves*
Nestor, a Greek commander - Doug Kaye*
Diomedes, a Greek commander - J.C. Long
Patroclus, a Greek commander - Daniel Parvis
Thersites - Andrew Houchins
Myrmidons - Laura Cole, Mary Russell, Drew Reeves*, Daniel Parvis
One in Armor - Barry Stewart Mann*
Servant - Bryan Lee
Boy to Troilus - Laura Cole
Musicians - J.C. Long, Clarke Weigle, Daniel Parvis


The Merchant of Venice
October 5-29, 2006
Directed by Jeff Watkins

Duke of Venice - Barry Stewart Mann*
Portia, a rich heiress of Belmont - Veronika Duerr*
Nerissa, her gentlewoman - Bahama Lynch
Prince of Morocco, suitor to Portia - Barry Stewart Mann*
Prince of Arragon, suitor to Portia - Andrew Houchins
Antonio, a merchant of Venice - Troy Willis*
Bassanio, his friend, suitor to Portia - Paul Hester*
Solanio, friend to Antonio and Bassanio - Drew Reeves*
Salerino, friend to Antonio and Bassanio - Tony Brown
Gratiano, friend to Antonio and Bassanio - J.C. Long
Lorenzo, in love with Jessica - Matthew Felten
Shylock, a moneylender and a Jew - Doug Kaye* (Oct 5-15 & 28, 29)
Dikran Tulaine (Oct 19-27)
Tubal, a Jew, his friend - Barry Stewart Mann*
Jessica, daughter to Shylock - Rachel Lee
Launcelot Gobbo, Shylock's servant - Kirk Harris Seaman
Old Gobbo, his father - Doug Kaye*
Servant, Balthasar, Stephano - Jason Ferguson
Launcelot Gobbo Understudy - Andrew Houchins

The Comedy of Errors
August 24-October 1, 2006
Directed by Drew Reeves

Solinus, Duke of Ephesus - Barry Stoltze*
Aegeon, a merchant of Syracuse - Doug Kaye*
Aemilia, wife to Aegeon, Abbess at Ephesus - Jane Bass
Antipholus of Ephesus - J.C. Long
Dromio of Ephesus - Joshua Howland
Antipholus of Syracuse - Paul Hester*
Dromio of Syracuse - Joshua Fargason
Adriana, wife to Antipholus of Ephesus - Amee Vyas
Luciana, her sister - Tracy Jo Jungbauer
Nell (Luce) kitchenmaid to Adriana - Jane Bass
Angelo, a goldsmith - Ray Hilton
Balthasar, a merchant - Doug Kaye*
A Courtesan - Bahama Lynch
Pinch, a schoolmaster - Barry Stoltze*
Merchants - Ben Reed, Jason Ferguson
Jailer, Headsman - Clarke Weigle
Officers - Ben Reed, Clark Weigle, Jason Ferguson, Ray Hilton, Doug Kaye*
Attendants - J.C. Long, Jane Bass, Bahama Lynch, Ben Reed, Ray Hilton
Messenger - Jason Ferguson
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