FEBRUARY 26 – MARCH 22, 2015

HARPER REGAN

By Simon Stephens
Directed by William Peters

One Autumn evening, after learning her father is near death, Harper walks away from her home, her family and her job, tossing fate and obligations into the air and embarking on a life journey that becomes an exploration of loyalty, morality and the bonds of family. Harper Regan is part of a body of work that has helped Stephens emerge as one of the most renowned and prolific playwrights of his generation in the UK.

 

William Peters

Director

 

William Peters & Austin Kottkamp

Set Design

 

B. Modern

Costume Design

 

Mark Hopkins

Lighting Design

 

Davis Banta

Sound & Projection Design

 

 

 

Chad
Davies


as Elwood Barnes

 

 

Julie
James
*


as Harper Regan

 

 

Nat
Robinson


as Tobias Rich

 

 

Stephen
Muterspaugh
*


as Seth Regan

 

 

 

Marissa
Keltie
*


as Sarah Regan

 

 

Audrey
Rumsby


as Justine Ross

 

 

Patrick
Edwards
*


as Mickey Nestor

 

 

Michael
Shipley
*


as James Fortune

 

 

Karel K.
Wright
*


as Alison Woolley

 

 

Marcus
Cato


as Duncan Woolley

 

 

Taras
Wybaczynsky Jr.


as Mahesh Aslam

 

 

 


*Member, Actor’s Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States.

 

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