Overshadowed by the young Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, court composer Antonio Salieri struggles to escape his own obscurity. In his quest to be remembered, he lies and cheats. But against the background of the world’s greatest music, did he also murder?
Director — J. R. Sullivan
Scenic Designer — Jack Magaw
Costume Designer — David Kay Mickelsen
Lighting Designer — Kirk Bookman
Sound Designer — Barry G. Funderburg
Dramaturg — Isabel Smith-Bernstein
Voice and Text Coach — Michael J Barnes
Music Director — Michael Gribbin
Fight Director — Christopher DuVal
Movement Coach — Kirsten Sham
Stage Manager — Terence Orleans Alexander*
Antonio Salieri — David Ivers*
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart — Tasso Feldman*
Constanze Weber, wife of Mozart — Betsy Mugavero*
Joseph II, emperor of Austria — John Pribyl*
Count Johann Kilian von Strack, groom of the Imperial Chamber — James Newcomb*
Count Franz Orsini-Rosenberg, director of the Imperial Opera — Michael Scott Harris*
Baron Gottfried van Swieten, prefect of the Imperial Library — Larry Bull*
Two “Venticelli,” “Little Winds,” purveyors of information, gossip, and rumor — Brandon Burk, Anthony Simone
Major-Domo — Christopher R Ellis
Salieri’s Valet — Michael C. Thatcher
Salieri’s Cook — Miller Tai
Teresa Salieri, wife of Salieri — Saren Nofs-Snyder
Katherina Cavalieri, Salieri’s pupil — Kaitlin Margaret Mills
Guiseppe Bonno — Charles Metten
Ensemble — Jordyn Cardwell†, Alexander Greig†, Luke S Johnson†, Halie Merrill†, Robby Wilson†
Antonio Salieri — Michael Scott Harris*; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart — Anthony Simone; Constanze Weber — Kelly Rogers; Joseph II — Oge Agulué; Count Johann Kilian von Strack — Oge Agulué; Count Franz Orsini-Rosenberg — Christopher R Ellis; Baron Gottfried van Swieten — Christopher R Ellis; Venticelli — Alexander Greig†, Robby Wilson†; Major-Domo — Luke S Johnson†; Salieri's Valet — Tyler Sparacio; Salieri's Cook — Tyler Sparacio; Teresa Salieri — Sceri Sioux Ivers; Katherina Cavalieri — Sceri Sioux Ivers; Guiseppe Bonno — Oge Agulué; Ensemble — Samantha Allred, Tyler Sparacio
Understudies never substitute for listed players unless an announcement is made prior to the performance.
*Member of Actors' Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States.
†Appearing courtesy of the Southern Utah University Fellowship Program.
The director is a member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, a national theatrical labor union.
The scenic and sound designers are represented by United Scenic Artists, Local USA 829 of the IATSE.
The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited.
Amadeus is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
June 25 to September 5, 2015
Randall L. Jones Theatre
J. R. Sullivan
Amadeus is suitable for most audiences except some preteens. It contains adult language and situations.