Chock-full of confused men and cunning maidens, this dizzying romantic adventure will delight anyone who has ever been in love (or would like to be).
Director — Robynn Rodriguez
Scenic Designer — Bill Forrester
Costume Designer — David Kay Mickelsen
Lighting Designer — Kirk Bookman
Sound Designer — Brad Berridge
Music Director/Band Leader — Samuel Clein
Dramaturg — Frank Honts
Voice and Text Coach — Adrianne Moore
Fight Director — Christopher DuVal
Stage Manager — Terence Orleans Alexander*
Scene: Verona; Milan; the frontiers of Mantua
There will be one intermission.
Valentine, a gentleman — John Maltese
Proteus, a gentleman — Tasso Feldman*
Speed, page to Valentine — Michael Doherty*
Julia, beloved of Proteus — Betsy Mugavero*
Lucetta, waiting-woman to Julia — Sara J. Griffin
Antonio, father to Proteus — Dan Frezza
Pantino, servant to Antonio — Tyler Pierce*
Silvia, beloved of Valentine — Jamie Ann Romero*
Launce, servant to Proteus — Chris Mixon*
Crab, his dog — Jake
Thurio, a foolish rival to Valentine — Andy Baldeschwiler
Duke of Milan, father to Silvia — John Pribyl*
Eglamour, agent for Silvia — Tyler Pierce*
Ursula, waiting-woman to Silvia — Christine Jugueta*
Host, of inn in Milan — Dan Frezza
Musicians — Samuel Clein, Brett Gardner, Natasha Harris
Ensemble — Sara J. Griffin, Nikolas Mikkelsen
Valentine—Nikolas Mikkelsen; Proteus—Christopher Alan Whiteside; Speed—Christopher Alan Whiteside; Julia—Sara J. Griffin; Lucetta—Allie Babich; Antonio—Alex Allred; Panthino—Nikolas Mikkelsen; Silvia—Kelly Rogers; Launce—Nathan Smith; Thurio—Nikolas Mikkelsen; Duke of Milan—Christopher Alan Whiteside; Eglamour—Nikolas Mikkelsen
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
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.
September 24 to October 31, 2015
Randall L. Jones Theatre
Written by William Shakespeare
The Two Gentlemen of Verona is suitable for most audiences; it does contain the Bard’s usual innuendo and double entendres and some violence.