SEPTEMBER 6 – 23, 2012

Schiller’s MARY STUART

In a new version by Peter Oswald
Directed by Susan Myer Silton

Strikingly relevant today, MARY STUART probes themes of political corruption and religious conflict as it dramatizes the struggle of Mary, Queen of Scots, for her freedom from Queen Elizabeth I. In this thrilling episode from the past, Schiller mixes historical fact with a dramatic imagined meeting of the two queens amidst espionage, attempted assassinations, prison breaks, lost love, and a tragic crisis which confronts both women with impossibly difficult decisions about their claim to the throne.

Susan Myer Silton**

Director


Ron Gasparinetti

Set Designer

Jane Farrar

Costume Designer

Mark Hopkins

Lighting Designer

John Koss

Sound Designer

Andrew Stewart

Dialect Coach

 


STAGE MANAGEMENT

Emerson Sanderson*

Production Stage Manager

 


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

Monica
Cappuccini


as Hanna Kennedy

 

 

Chad
Davies


as Amias Paulet

 

 

Bryan
Moriarty


as Drugeon Drury / Earl of Kent / Page / Sheriff / Officer

 

 

Julie
James
*


as Mary Stuart

 

 

Robert Anthony
Peters


as Mortimer

 

 

Jesse
Caldwell
*


as William Cecil, Lord Burleigh

 

 

Diana Torres
Koss*


as Elizabeth, Queen of England

 

 

Andrew
Davids


as Count Aubespine / William Davison

 

 

Jeremy
Helgeson


as Count Bellievre / O’Kelly

 

 

Robert
Owens-Greygrass
*


as George Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury

 

 

Bill
Olson
*


as Robert Dudley, Earl of Leichester

 

 

Adam
Magill


as Melvil

 

 

 

 


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

Photos

Photography by Steve DiBartolomeo


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