2007-2008 Season

Please note the listings run from last to first

A Midsummer Night's Dream
July 10-August 3, 2008
Directed by Drew Reeves

Theseus - Troy Willis*
Hippolyta - Lynna Schmidt*
Egeus - Tony Brown
Hermia - Becky Cormier Finch
Helena - Mary Russell
Lysander - Joshua Howland
Demetrius - Matt Nitchie
Attendants on Theseus and Hippolyta -John Stephen King, Tiffany
Porter, Clarke Weigle, Daniel Parvis
Oberon - Troy Willis*
Titania - Lynna Schmidt*
Puck -Matt Felten
Fairies - Nicholas Faircloth, Daniel Parvis, John Stephen King
Peaseblossom - Tony Brown
Cobweb - Clarke Weigle
Moth - Mary Ruth Ralston
Mustardseed - Tiffany Porter
Quince, a carpenter - Nicholas Faircloth
Snug, a joiner - Daniel Parvis
Bottom, a weaver - Maurice Ralston*
Flute, a bellows-mender - John Stephen King
Snout, a tinker - Tiffany Porter
Starveling, a tailor - Clarke Weigle
Philostrate - Mary Ruth Ralston
Snout Understudy - Mary Russell
Helena Understudy - Tiffany Porter
Puck Understudy - Drew Reeves*
Hermia Understudy - Amee Vyas*


Much Ado About Nothing

June 5-July 6, 2008
Directed by Jeff Watkins

Don Pedro, Prince of Arragon -Matt Nitchie
Don John, his bastard brother - Troy Willis*
Claudio, a young Lord of Florence - Jacob York
Benedick, a young Lord of Padua - Maurice Ralston*
Leonato, Governor of Messina - Tony Brown
Antonio, his brother - Doug Kaye*
Borachio, follower of Don John - Drew Reeves*
Conrade, follower of Don John - Nicholas Faircloth
Dogberry, a constable - Eric Brooks
Verges, his follower - Kirk Harris Seaman
Sexton - Doug Kaye*
Friar Frances - John Curran
Hero, daughter to Leonato - Becky Cormier Finch
Beatrice, niece to Leonato - Laura Cole
Margaret, gentlewoman attending Hero - Kati Grace Morton
Ursula, gentlewoman attending Hero - Bahama Lynch (June 5-22), Rivka Levin* (June 26-July 6)
The Watch - Matt Felten, Mike Niedzwiecki, John Stephen King, John Curran
Messenger - John Stephen King
Balthasar - Kirk Harris Seaman
The Watch Understudies - Andy Houchins*, Troy Willis*



Tom Stoppard's
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead
May 8-June 1, 2008
Directed by Jeff McKerley

Rosencrantz -  Nicholas Faircloth
Guildenstern -  Paul Hester*
Player -  Drew Reeves*
Tragedian 1 -  Daniel Parvis
Tragedian 2 -  Joe Borillo
Tragedian 3 - Jacob York
Tragedian 4 -  Mike Niedzwiecki
Alfred -  Doug Graham
Hamlet -  Paul McClain
Ophelia -  Jessica Fern Hunt
Claudius -  Andrew Houchins*
Gertrude - Heidi Cline
Polonius - Troy Willis*


A Midsummer Night's Dream
April 10-May 4
Directed by Drew Reeves

Theseus, Duke of Athens - Troy Willis*
Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons, betrothed to Theseus - Laura Cole
Egeus, father of Hermia - Tony Brown
Hermia, daughter of Egeus, in love with Lysander - Becky Cormier Finch
Helena, in love with Demetrius - Mary Russell
Lysander, in love with Hermia - Joshua Howland
Demetrius, in love with Hermia - Matt Nitchie
Attendants on Theseus and Hippolyta - John Stephen King, Carol Tulloss, Clarke Weigle
Oberon, King of the Fairies - Troy Willis*
Titania, Queen of the Fairies - Laura Cole
Puck, or Robin Goodfellow - Matt Felten
Fairies - Doug Kaye*, Daniel Parvis, John Stephen King
Peaseblossom, fairy attendant on Titania - Tony Brown
Cobweb, fairy attendant on Titania - Clarke Weigle
Moth, fairy attendant on Titania - J.C. Long*
Mustardseed, fairy attendant on Titania - Carol Tulloss
Quince, a carpenter - Doug Kaye*
Snug, a joiner - Daniel Parvis
Bottom, a weaver - Maurice Ralston*
Flute, a bellows-mender - John Stephen King
Snout, a tinker - Carol Tulloss
Starveling, a tailor - Clarke Weigle
Philostrate - J.C. Long*

John Steinbeck's
Of Mice and Men
March 13-April 6
Directed by Maurice Ralston

George - Drew Reeves*
Lennie - Travis Smith*
Candy - Doug Kaye*
The Boss - Troy Willis*
Curley - Matt Felten
Curley’s Wife - Veronika Duerr*
Slim - Daniel Parvis
Carlson - Andrew Houchins*
Whit - Nicholas Faircloth
Crooks - Marcus Durham
Musicians - Mark Schroeder, Marcus Durham, Daniel Parvis

Romeo and Juliet
February 7-March 9, 2008
Directed and Choreographed by Drew Reeves

Romeo - J.C. Long
Juliet - Veronika Duerr*
Mercutio - Nicholas Faircloth
Benvolio - Kirk Harris Seaman
Tybalt - Matt Nitchie
Capulet - Dikran Tulaine
Capulet's Lady - Jane Bass
Nurse - Kathy Simmons
Friar Lawrence - Troy Willis*
Prince - Andrew Houchins*
Paris - Mike Niedzwiecki
Montague - Tony Brown
Montague's Lady - Bahama Lynch
Sampson - Derek Randall
Abram - Mark Schroeder
Peter - Tony Brown
Gregory - Nicholas Faircloth
Balthasar - Derek Randall
Friar John - Andrew Houchins*
Appothecarie - Nicholas Faircloth
Paris' Page - Mark Schroeder
The Watch -   Kirk Harris Seaman (1st), Nicholas Faircloth (2nd), Matt Nitchie (3rd)
Tybalt's man - Derek Randall
Mercutio's man - Mark Schroeder
Party Guests - Deborah McGriff*, Troy Willis*, Mike Niedzwiecki, Andrew Houchins
Potpan - Mark Schroeder
Servants - Mike Niedzwiecki, Derek Randall, Tony Brown, Mark Schroeder 
Citizens - Veronika Duerr*, Mike Niedzwiecki, Troy Willis* Kathy Simmons,
Understudy for The Prince and Friar John - Drew Reeves*
Understudy for Peter and Lord Montague - Maurice Ralston*
General Understudies - Kati Grace Morton, Joshua Lee Jones, Jacob York, Tiffany Porter

Twelfth Night
January 3-Feb 3, 2008
Directed by Laura Cole

Orsino, Duke of Illyria - J.C. Long
Viola, sister to Sebastian - Amee Vyas*
Sebastian, brother to Viola - Matt Felten
Olivia, a rich countess - Bahama Lynch
Malvolio, Olivia's steward - Matt Nitchie
Feste, a fool - Matthew Trautwein
Sir Toby Belch, uncle to Olivia - Maurice Ralston*
Sir Andrew Aguecheek, suitor to Olivia - Kirk Harris Seaman
Maria, Olivia's gentlewoman - Rivka Levin*
Antonio, friend to Sebastian - Mike Niedzwiecki
Valentine, Orsino's attendant - Jacob York
Fabian, in the service of Olivia - Tiffany Porter
Sea Captain - Jacob York
Sailors - Kirk Harris Seaman, Matt Felten, Mike Niedzwiecki, Tiffany Porter, Matt Nitchie
Officers - Jacob York, Matt Nitchie
Priest    - Jacob York
Understudy for Sir Andrew Aguecheek - Andrew Houchins*

A Christmas Carol
by Charles Dickens
adapted and directed by Tony Brown
December 6-23, 2008

The Storytellers
Drew Reeves* (Scrooge)
Andrew Houchins*
Paul Hester*
Rivka Levin*
Becky Cormier Finch
Matthew Trautwein
Matt Felten
Kirk Harris Seaman
Clarke Weigle
Tony Brown

King John

Directed by Drew Reeves
November 1-December 2, 2007

Dramatis Personae
King John, of England - Troy Willis*
Prince Henry, his son - Matt Felten
Queen Elinor, mother of King John - Kathy Simmons
Arthur, Nephew to King John - Bryan Lee
Constance, mother of Arthur - Laura Cole
Earl of Pembroke - Joshua Lee Jones
Earl of Salisbury - Daniel Parvis
Lord Bigot - Clarke Weigle
Hubert - Jeff Watkins
Lady Faulconbridge, Sir Robert Faulconbridge’s widow - Kathy Simmons
Robert Faulconbridge son of Sir Robert Faulconbridge - Matt Felten
Philip the Bastard, illegitimate son of Richard the Lionheart - Andrew Houchins*
Peter of Pomfret, a prophet - Matt Felten
King Philip of France - Maurice Ralston*
Blanche of Spain, niece of King John - Kati Grace Morton
Lewis, the Dauphin - Paul Hester*
Lymoges, Duke of Austria - David Weber
Cardinal Pandulph, the Pope’s legate - Tony Brown
Melun, a French Lord - Nicholas Faircloth
Chatillon, Ambassador from France - Nicholas Faircloth
Citizens - Jeff Watkins, Tony Brown
Sheriff - Tony Brown
English Herald - Matt Felten
French Herald - Nicholas Faircloth
English Soldiers - Laura Cole, Maurice Ralston*, Bryan Lee
French Soldiers - David Weber, Tony Brown, Matt Felten, Kati Grace Morton, Clarke Weigle
Executioners - David Weber, Nicholas Faircloth
Messengers - Laura Cole, David Weber
Attendants - Kathy Simmons, Maurice Ralston*, David Weber, Katie Grace Morton
Understudies - Derek Randall, Mark Schroeder


Directed by Jeff Watkins
October 4-28, 2007

Dramatis Personae
Duncan, King of Scotland - Tony Brown
Malcolm, Duncan’s son - Matt Nitchie
Donalbain, Duncan’s son - Will Evans
Macbeth, Thane of Glamis - Maurice Ralston
Banquo, Thane of Scotland - Troy Willis*
Fleance, son to Banquo - Mary Ruth Ralston
Macbeth’s Lady - Laura Cole
Macduff, Thane of Fife - Drew Reeves*
Macduff’s Lady - Mary Russell
Young Macduff - Mary Ruth Ralston
Lennox,  a Thane of Scotland - Nick Faircloth
Angus, a Thane of Scotland - Tony Falcitelli
Ross, a Thane of Scotland - Andrew Houchins*
Menteth - Troy Willis*
Caithness, a Thane of Scotland - Will Evans
Siward - Tony Brown
Young Siward, his son - Matt Felten
The Weird Sisters - Drew Reeves*, Kirk Seaman, Mary Russell
Porter - Kirk Seaman
Old Man - Tony Brown
Scottish Doctor - Kirk Seaman
Murderers - Matt Felten, Tony Falcitelli
Apparitions - Drew Reeves*, Kirk Seaman, Mary Russell
Show of Kings - Daniel Parvis, Tony Brown, Matt Nitchie,
Matt Felten, Mary Ruth Ralston, Will Evans, Tony Falcitelli
Gentlewoman - Mary Ruth Ralston
Seyton - Daniel Parvis
Bleeding Captain - Matt Felten
Soldier - Will Evans
Servants/Messengers -  Daniel Parvis, Mary Ruth Ralston, Will Evans, Mary Russell, Tony Falcitelli


Peter Shaffer's
Lettice and Lovage
Directed by Jeff Watkins
September 6-30, 2007


Lettice Douffet - Joanna Daniel*
Lotte Schoen - Janet Metzger*
Miss Framer - Jennifer Morris
Mr. Bardolph - John Curran*
A Surly Man - John Curran*
Lady with Baby - Jennifer Morris
Felina - herself

The August Threepeat

The Merry Wives of Windsor
Directed by Troy Willis
Performances August 12, 16, 24, Sept 1 & 2

Dramatis Personae
Sir John Falstaff - Tony Brown
Mistress Ford - Bahama Lynch
Mistress Page - Erin Considine
Master Ford - Drew Reeves*
Master Page - Andrew Houchins*
Doctor Caius - Matt Felten
Slender - Daniel Parvis
Fenton - Joshua Howland
Sir Hugh Evans - Paul Hester*
Anne Page - Jennifer Morris (Becky Cormier Sept 1 & 2)
Robert Shallow - Joe Falocco*
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
Understudy - Mike Niedzwicki

Love's Labour's Lost
Directed by Laura Cole
Performances August 10, 18, 23, 25, 31

Dramatis Personae
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 Harris Seaman
Don Adriano de Armado, a Spaniard - Jeff Watkins
Moth, Armado's page - Matt 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

The Taming of the Shrew
Directed by Tony Brown
August 9, 11, 17, 19, 26, 30

Dramtis Personae*
Katherina, the shrew, daughter to Baptista - Mary Russell
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 - J.C. Long, Clarke Weigle, Doug Graham

*Member of Actors' Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States
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