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The Night of The Iguana

  • Feb 18, 2017 - Mar 18, 2017

  • Loeb Drama Center

  • Run Time: 2 hours and 40 minutes including one intermission.

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Written by Tennessee Williams
Directed by Michael Wilson

Cast includes James Earl Jones, Bill Heck, Dana Delany, Amanda Plummer, Elizabeth Ashley, and Remo Airaldi.

On the edge of the Mexican jungle, a group of troubled travelers seek shelter from a storm. Directed by Michael Wilson (Broadway’s The Trip to Bountiful, The Best Man), Williams’ feverishly poetic 1961 drama follows a hotel proprietress and the scandal-soaked Southern preacher who turns up on her veranda. A Nantucket portrait artist traveling with her ancient grandfather, a bus full of fuming Texan college administrators, and a party of vacationers collide in this drama about how far we travel to outrun the demons within.

There is no guarantee that standing room will be available for sold-out performances; however, if it becomes available a limited number of standing room tickets may be sold in person for select shows on the day of each show at 12 noon. The number of standing room tickets will not be known in advance of the ticket services office opening at 12PM. Please call our Ticket Services office with any ticket related questions at 617.547.8300. Hours are: Tuesday-Sunday, Noon-5PM. There will likely be no standing room for preview performances.

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Click here to learn more about the production history of The Night of the Iguana.

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Read the program for The Night of the Iguana here.

To read more about The Night of the Iguana, read the A.R.T.’s Spring 2017 Guide here.

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Notable dates

ASL Dates

Mar. 12, 2PM – Mar. 15, 7:30PM

Audio Described Dates

Mar. 16, 7:30PM – Mar. 18, 2PM

Open Captioned

Mar. 16, 7:30PM – Mar. 18, 2PM

Purchase your tickets for our ASL, OC, or AD performances via phone at 617.547.8300, in person, or by email at ticketservices@amrep.org.

Age Appropriateness

Recommended for grades 9 and up.
This classic American drama features psychologically complex characters and poetry that would be best appreciated by well-prepared high school students. The play contains sexual themes and nudity.

Discussions

Post-performance discussions with members of the cast will follow matinee performances on Saturday, March 4 (2PM); Wednesday, March 8 (11AM); Saturday, March 11 (2PM); and Saturday, March 18 (2PM).

The Night of the Iguana is presented by special arrangement with The University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee.

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Credits

Creative team

Written by

Tennessee Williams

Written by

Tennessee Williams

Tennessee Williams was born in 1911 in Columbus, Mississippi, where his grandfather was the Episcopal clergyman. When his father, a travelling salesman, moved with his family to St. Louis some years later, both he and his sister found it impossible to settle down to city life. He entered college during The Depression and left after a couple of years to take a clerical job in a shoe company. He stayed there for two years, spending the evenings writing. He entered the University of Iowa in 1938 and completed his course, at the same time holding a large number of part-time jobs of great diversity. He received a Rockefeller Fellowship in 1940 for his play Battle of Angels, and he won the Pulitzer Prize in 1948 and 1955. His many plays include Summer and Smoke, The Rose Tattoo, Camino Real, Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, Baby Doll, The Glass Menagerie, Orpheus Descending, Something Unspoken, Suddenly Last Summer, Period of Adjustment, The Night of the Iguana, The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore, and Small Craft Warnings. Tennessee Williams died in 1983. 

 

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Directed by

Michael Wilson

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Directed by

Michael Wilson

Michael Wilson, the director of The Glass Menagerie, has been artistic director of Hartford Stage for three years. He has directed nine productions there in that time, including Macbeth, A Streetcar Named Desire, Camino Real, Long Day's Journey Into Night, and premieres of Horton Foote's The Death of Papa and Matthew Barber's Enchanted April. He has overseen 19 new productions for the theatre, including Mark Lamos' revival of Edward Albee's Tiny Alice and the east coast premiere of Helen Edmundson's The Clearing. New initiatives include the Brand:NEW festival of new works, a family holiday production of A Christmas Carol, and Summer Stage. Off-Broadway, he directed New York premieres of Williams' The Red Devil Battery Sign and Jane Anderson's Defying Gravity. Mr. Wilson's work has also been seen at Berkeley Rep, Coconut Grove Playhouse, NY Stage & Film, Philadelphia Theatre Co., PlayMakers Rep, and eighteen productions over nine seasons for Houston's Alley Theatre, where he was Associate Director from 1990 to 1998. Awards include Princess Grace Foundation—USA Theatre and Edward Albee Foundation fellowships. He has been a lecturer at NYU, Oberlin College, Rice University, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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Scenic Design

Derek McLane

Scenic Design

Derek McLane

Derek McLane has designed over a dozen sets for the A.R.T., including Waiting for Godot, What the Butler Saw, The Caretaker, Heartbreak House, Hedda Gabler, Misalliance, The Homecoming, Twelfth Night, and The Father. He has collaborated with directors including Edward Albee, Gregory Boyd, Robert Brustein, Michael Engler, Michael Kahn, Mark Lamos, Nicholas Muni, Charlie Newell, Lisa Peterson, Jackson Phippin, Peter Sellars, Andrei Serban, Stephen Wadsworth, David Wheeler, and Stan Wojewodski. In New York he has designed for The Acting Company, Playwrights Horizons, LaMama/ETC, and the Juilliard School. Outside New York he has designed for Scottish Opera in Glasgow, The Taganka in Moscow, Canadian Opera, Alley Theatre, Arena Stage, Center Stage, the Guthrie Theater, Hartford Stage, Seattle Repertory Theatre, The Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, D.C., and Yale Repertory Theatre.

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Costume Design

Catherine Zuber

Costume Design

Catherine Zuber

Catherine Zuber has created the costumes for Richard II, The Doctor's Dilemma, and over forty other A.R.T. productions including Three Farces and a Funeral, Antigone, Loot, The Idiots Karamazov, Ivanov, Phaedra, The Merchant of Venice, Valparaiso, The Imaginary Invalid, The Taming of the Shrew, Peter Pan and Wendy, The Bacchae, Man and Superman, The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari, Woyzeck, The Wild Duck, The Naked Eye, Long Day's Journey Into Night, Tartuffe, Ubu Rock, Waiting for Godot, The Oresteia, Shlemiel the First, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, A Touch of the Poet, What the Butler Saw, The Cherry Orchard, and Orphée. Ms. Zuber's credits include work at Lincoln Center, The Joseph Papp Public Theater, Goodman Theatre, The Guthrie Theater, Mark Taper Forum, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Hartford Stage Company, La Jolla Playhouse, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Houston Grand Opera, and Glimmerglass Opera, among others. Her Broadway credits include The Triumph of Love (Connecticut Critics Circle Award and Drama Desk nomination), Ivanov (Drama Desk nomination), The Sound of Music, Twelfth Night, The Red Shoes, London Assurance, The Rose Tattoo, and Philadelphia Here I Come. Ms. Zuber was the recipient of the 1997 Obie Award for sustained achievement in design. She is the costume designer for La Fête des Vignerons de 1999, the massive Festival of the Winegrowers in Vevey, Switzerland.

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Lighting Design

David Lander

Lighting Design

David Lander

A.R.T.: Debut. Broadway: The Winslow Boy, The Heiress (with Jessica Chastain), Master Class (with Tyne Daly), Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, 33 Variations, I Am My Own Wife, A Man for All Seasons. Off-Broadway: The Library (with Chlöe Moretz), Too Much Sun (with Linda Lavin), Fran’s Bed (with Mia Farrow), King Lear (with Kevin Klein), Macbeth (with Liev Schreiber), Modern Orthodox (with Molly Ringwald and Jason Biggs), among others. Regional: Alley Theatre, Goodman Theatre, Huntington Theatre Company, La Jolla Playhouse, Mark Taper Forum, Old Globe, among others. Awards: two Tony Award nominations, six Drama Desk nominations, and one Drama Desk Award, among others.

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Sound Design

John Gromada

Sound Design

John Gromada

A.R.T.: WARHOLCAPOTEThe Night of the Iguana; Trans Scripts, Part I: The Women; Tea at Five; Hartford Stage’s The Glass Menagerie. Broadway (Composer and/or Sound Designer): More than 35 productions including The Elephant Man, The Trip to Bountiful (Tony Award nomination), The Best Man (Drama Desk Award), Clybourne Park, Seminar, Man and Boy, Road to Mecca, The Columnist, Next Fall, A Bronx Tale, Prelude to a Kiss, Proof, Sight Unseen, Rabbit Hole, Twelve Angry Men, A Few Good Men. Other New York: Old Hats; Incident at Vichy; Dada Woof Papa Hot; Ripcord; My Name Is Asher Lev; Measure for Measure, Public Theater; The Orphans’ Home Cycle (Drama Desk and Henry Hewes Awards); The Screwtape Letters; Shipwrecked!... (Lucille Lortel Award); The Skriker (Drama Desk Award); Machinal (Obie Award). His regional theater credits number more than 300 productions at major regional theaters. His television credits include a score for the Emmy Award-nominated film version of The Trip to Bountiful. johngromada.com

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Hair & Wig Design

Tom Watson

Hair & Wig Design

Tom Watson

A.R.T.: Debut. Watson is head of the Wig and Makeup Department at the Metropolitan Opera. Broadway: over 80 productions, including Wicked; Rock of Ages; How to Succeed..; The Addams Family; Annie; Act One; You Can’t Take it With You; The King & I, LCT, Tour; The Sound of Music, National Tour; Dames at Sea; Therese Raquin; Fiddler on the Roof; Bright Star; Long Day’s Journey into Night; Falsettos. Upcoming: Napoli, Brooklyn; Champion, WNO; The Little Foxes, MTC. 

 

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Dramaturg

Christopher Baker

Dramaturg

Christopher Baker

A.R.T.: Platonov, Mastergate, Twelfth Night, The Miser, In Twilight. Dramaturg: Over 80 productions, including 10 Williams productions with director Michael Wilson. O -Broadway: The Roads to Home, The Orphans’ Home Cycle. Playwright: Pride and Prejudice, Lincoln (wokshop), Center Stage; Calliope Jam, Alley Theatre. Books: Shakespeare in an Hour, Molière in an Hour, contributor to The Production Notebooks and African American Connecticut Explored. For 14 years at Hartford Stage, he served in various capacities, including Associate Artistic Director and Associate Producerand is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Massachusetts. Education: Northwestern and A.R.T./MXAT Institute for Advanced Theater Training. 

 

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Casting

Telsey + Company

A.R.T.: Fingersmith, Waitress, Finding Neverland, All the Way, The Heart of Robin Hood, The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess. Broadway/Tours: Anastasia, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Hello, Dolly!, War Paint, Present Laughter, Come from Away, Paramour, Waitress, On Your Feet!, Hamilton, Kinky Boots, Wicked, Something Rotten!, The King and I, An American in Paris, The Sound of Music. O -Broadway: Sweeney Todd, Atlantic, Classic Stage, MCC, Second Stage, Signature. Regional: Center Theatre Group, La Jolla, McCarter, New York Stage and Film, Paper Mill, Williamstown. Film: Miss Sloane, Into the Woods, Margin Call, Rachel Getting Married, Across the Universe, Camp, Pieces of April. TV: “One Day at a Time,” “Time After Time,” “Hairspray Live!,” “Conviction,” “This Is Us,” “Grease Live!,” “Masters of Sex,” “Smash,” “The Big C,” commercials. telseyandco.com. 

 

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Associate Director

Jonathon Musser

Associate Director

Jonathon Musser

A.R.T Debut. Previously with Michael Wilson: The Roads to Home, Primary Stages; The City of Conversation, The Wallis; Incident At Vichy, Signature; The Old Friends (world premiere), The Alley; New York Story (radio). Regional: Intimate Apparel, Nora, Westport Playhouse; The Grapes of Wrath, Philadelphia Here I Come, Asolo Rep. Recently directed: We Should Have Seen The Lights Already, Teatro Unteatru (Romania). JKMusser.com. 

 

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Production Stage Manager

Robert Bennett

Production Stage Manager

Robert Bennett

A.R.T.: Debut. Broadway & Tours: Nicholas Nickelby, The Trip to Bountiful, Time Stands Still, Bent, I Love My Wife, Danching at Lughnasa, I Remember Mama, Nick & Nora, Awake and Sing!, American Buffalo, Desire Under the Elms, The Coast of Utopia, Grey Gardens, La Cage aux Folles, Sugar Babies, Evita, Grease, Shenandoah, Guys and Dolls. Off-Broadway: Incident at Vichy. Peter Brook’s The Cherry Orchard, BAM, Russia, Japan. Artistic Associate, National Music Theater Conference; General Manager, BAM; VP, Stage Operations, Radio City Music Hall. 

 

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Cast

Pancho

Kiko Macan

Kiko Macan

Pancho

Kiko Macan

A.R.T.: Debut. Kiko came to the US, originally from Spain and Croatia, when he was 16 and graduated from Boston University with a BA in Business last May. He is a student of Scott Fielding at Michael Chekhov Actors Studio Boston.

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Maxine Faulk

Dana Delany

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Maxine Faulk

Dana Delany

A.R.T.: Debut. Broadway: A Life, Translations. Off-Broadway: Blood Moon, Dinner With Friends. Regional: Much Ado About Nothing, Old Globe; Things We Said Today, EST; The Parisian Woman, South Coast Repertory. TV/Film: "China Beach" (Colleen McMurphy, Emmy Awards), "Hand of God" (Crystal Harris), "Body of Proof" (Dr. Megan Hunt), "Desperate Housewives" (Katherine Mayfair), "Pasadena," "Kidnapped," "Wild Palms," "Family Law" (Emmy Award nomination), "Une Chance de Trop," Light Sleeper, Housesitter, Tombstone, Fly Away Home, Moon Over Parador, Batman: Mask of the Phantasm

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Pedro

Mike Turner

mike turner

Pedro

Mike Turner

A.R.T.: Debut. New York: Heads, Acorn Theater; The 24 Hour Plays: Nationals. Regional: Orpheus in the Berkshires; Have you Been There?, Williamstown Theatre Festival; Red Light Winter, International ITSelF Festival. BFA, NYU Tisch School for the Arts.

 

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Reverend T. Lawrence Shannon

Bill Heck

Bill Heck

Reverend T. Lawrence Shannon

Bill Heck

A.R.T.: Debut. Broadway: Cabaret, Roundabout; Brooklyn Boy, MTC. New York: Troilus & Cressida, Merchant of Venice, Much Ado About Nothing, Winter’s Tale, Public Theater; Water by the Spoonful, Second Stage; Night is a Room, Angels in America, The Orphans’ Home Cycle (Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Award nominations, Theatre World Award, Clarence Derwent Award), Signature; Pig Farm, Roundabout; Chopin’s Preludes, SLANT. Regional: Hartford Stage, CTG, Yale Rep, Berkeley Rep, Circle X. TV/Film: “Sleepy Hollow,” “The Americans,” “The Leftovers,” “Mercy Street,” “The Closer,” others; After Adderall, Happy Baby, The Amazing Spiderman 2, Pit Stop, Nonames. BFA, University of Evansville; MFA, NYU Graduate Acting.

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Matt Morrison

Hank

Matt Morrison

A.R.T. Institute: James and the Giant Peach; Middletown; A Dream Play, Harvard Theater, Dance & Media; Christmas at the Ivanovs’, Moscow Art Theater School American Studio. BA, St. Lawrence University, 2014. Matt is a second-year student in the A.R.T. Institute for Advanced Theater Training at Harvard University.

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Herr Fahrenkopf

Richmond Hoxie

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Herr Fahrenkopf

Richmond Hoxie

A.R.T.: Debut. Broadway: I’m Not Rappaport. National Tour: Butley. Off-Broadway: The Film Society, Existence, Lenin’s Embalmers, Rain, Landscape With Waitress, The Dining Room, Justice, To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday, The Slab Boys, Vienna Lusthaus: Re-Visited, Angel Street, Waiting for Godot. Regional: Ether Dome, Huntington Theatre Company; All the Way, Arena Stage; George Street Playhouse; Hartford Stage; Repertory Theater of St. Louis; You Never Can Tell, Yale Rep; Baltimore Center Stage; Seattle Rep; La Jolla Playhouse; Bay Street. TV/Film: Still of the Night, J.F.K., For Love or Money, My Own Love Song, “Boardwalk Empire,” “Law and Order: C.I.,” “Law and Order: SVU,” “China Beach,” “L.A. Law,” "Shades of Blue."

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Frau Fahrenkopf

Stacia Fernandez

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Frau Fahrenkopf

Stacia Fernandez

A.R.T.: Debut. Broadway: Mamma Mia!, The Drowsy Chaperone, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Swing!, The Scarlet Pimpernel, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. Touring: Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Jerome Robbins’ Broadway, The Heartstrings. Regional: The Bandstand, Paper Mill Playhouse; Next to Normal, Florida Studio Theater; Guys and Dolls, Portland Center Stage; A Girl Called Dusty, Provincetown Repertory Theatre; The Prince and the Pauper, 5th Avenue Theatre. TV/Film: “Middle (St)age,” “Homeland,” Frozen Short, Enchanted, Captain America.

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sharafian

Hilde

Hannah Sharafian

A.R.T. Institute: Middletown; Christmas at the Ivanovs’, Moscow Art Theater School American Studio. OBERON: Our Carnal Hearts, BardCore. Hannah is a second-year student at the A.R.T. Institute for Advanced Theater Training at Harvard University.

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Wolfgang

Ben Winter

ben winter

Wolfgang

Ben Winter

A.R.T. Institute: Christmas at the Ivanovs’, Moscow Art Theatre School American Studio. Regional: Moliere, RIC; Mary Poppins, New Bedford Festival Theatre. Ben is a second-year student at the A.R.T. Institute for Advanced Theater Training at Harvard University.

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Judith Fellowes

Elizabeth Ashley

Elizabeth Ashley

Judith Fellowes

Elizabeth Ashley

A.R.T.: Hartford Stage's The Glass Menagerie (2001). Broadway includes: August: Osage County; Dividing the Estate; Gore Vidal’s The Best Man; Agnes of God; Barefoot in the Park (Tony Award nomination); Take Her, She’s Mine (Tony Award and Theatre World Award). Nine plays by Tennessee Williams, including Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Tony Award nomination). TV/Film includes: The Carpetbaggers, Ship of Fools (Golden Globe nomination), Happiness (Independent Spirit Award), Evening Shade (Emmy Award nomination), Treme, Saturday Night Live, and multiple appearances on The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson. Recording: Lou Reed’s The Raven, John Lahr’s biography of Williams, Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh (Narrator, AudioFile Earphones Award). Author: Actress: Postcards From the Road.

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Hannah Jelkes

Amanda Plummer

Amanda Plummer

Hannah Jelkes

Amanda Plummer

A.R.T.: Debut. Broadway: Agnes of God (Tony Award, Drama Desk Award), A Taste of Honey (Tony Award and Drama Desk Award nominations, Theatre World Award, Drama Desk Award), Pygmalion (Tony Award nomination), The Glass Menagerie. Off-Broadway: The Two Character Play, A Lie of the Mind, Killer Joe. Film: Pulp Fiction (Honey Bunny), The Fisher King (Lydia), Butterfly Kiss (Eunice), Daniel (Susan), Abigail Harm (Abigail). TV: She has garnered three Emmy Awards as well as Golden Globe and BATFA nominations. Awards: Anti-Defamation League Award, Oldenburg Film Festival Lifetime Achievement Award, among others.

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Charlotte Goodall

Susannah Perkins

susannah perkins

Charlotte Goodall

Susannah Perkins

A.R.T.: Debut. New York: The Wolves, Playwrights Realm/New York Stage and Film; Every Angel Is Brutal, Clubbed Thumb Summerworks. BFA, NYU Tisch School for the Arts.

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Nonno (Jonathan Coffin)

James Earl Jones

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Nonno (Jonathan Coffin)

James Earl Jones

A.R.T.: Debut. Broadway: The Great White Hope (Tony Award), Fences (Tony Award), On Golden Pond, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Driving Miss Daisy, The Best Man, You Can’t Take It With You, The Gin Game. Among his numerous and distinguished awards, he has received the National Medal of Arts, The John F. Kennedy Center Honor, and most recently in 2011, The Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences presented him with an honorary Oscar. His voice is known by people of all ages and walks of life, from Star Wars fans who have long recognized him as the voice of Darth Vader, to children for whom he is Mufasa from Disney’s The Lion King.

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Jake Latta

Remo Airaldi

Remo Airaldi

Jake Latta

Remo Airaldi

A.R.T.: The Lily’s Revenge, Cabaret, Paradise Lost, Endgame, The Seagull, Oliver Twist, Island of Slaves, The Onion Cellar, The Communist Dracula Pageant, Cardenio, Julius Caesar, Amerika, The Miser, Henry IV and V, The Birthday Party, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, La Dispute, Uncle Vanya, Enrico IV, The Winter’s Tale, The Wild Duck, Buried Child, Tartuffe, Six Characters in Search of an Author, Waiting for Godot. Regional: Twelfth Night, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company; Sweeney Todd, My Fair Lady, Lyric Stage Company; Boston Playwrights’ Theatre; The Poets’ Theater; Israeli Stage; Central Square Theater; New Repertory Theater; Hartford Stage.

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Additional staff

Assistant Stage Manager

Taylor Brennan

Assistant Stage Manager

Taylor Brennan

A.R.T.: Stage Manager: HEAR WORD!Burn All Night; Notes from the Field: Doing Time in Education1984; O.P.C.The Shape She MakesThe Donkey Show. Assistant Stage Manager: Bedlam's Sense & SensibilityThe Night of the IguanaFingersmithRoosevElvisKansas City Choir BoyNatasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812The Heart of Robin HoodAll the WayThe Glass MenagerieThe Lily’s RevengeOnce. Production Associate: Prometheus BoundThe Blue FlowerCabaret. Education/Training: Graduate of Boston University (Summa cum laude) College of Fine Arts.

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Voice and Dialect

Erika Bailey

Voice and Dialect

Erika Bailey

A.R.T.: Trans Scripts, Part I: The Women, Fingersmith, Waitress, In the Body of the World, O.P.C. Broadway: Mary Stuart. Boston area: New Electric Ballroom, Gloucester Stage Company; Absurd Person Singular, Nora Theatre Company. Regional: Arms and the Man, Guthrie Theatre; A Christmas Carol, McCarter Theatre; The Foreigner, Cabaret, Bus Stop, To Kill a Mockingbird, A Christmas Carol, Kansas City Repertory Theatre. A.R.T. Institute Head of Voice & Speech: vocal production, dialects, Shakespeare; heads MFA program in voice pedagogy. MA in Voice Studies from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. 

 

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Fight Director

Mark Olsen

Fight Director

Mark Olsen

A.R.T.: Debut. A nationally recognized authority on stage combat and movement, Mark’s work has been seen on Broadway, O - Broadway, and at Signature, Hartford Stage Company, Long Wharf Theater, New York Shakespeare Festival, Alley Theatre, Houston Grand Opera, and many others. Formerly Head of Graduate Acting at Penn State School of Theater, he teaches Movement at The Juilliard School and is the Chair of the Musical Theatre Department at the New York Film Academy. 

 

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Associate Scenic Designer

Erica Hemminger

Assistant Costume Designer

Patrick Bevilacqua

Assistant Lighting Designer

Ali Witten

Associate Sound Designer

Matt Otto

Associate Hair & Wig Designer, Makeup Designer

Thomas Kurzman

A.R.T. Institute Production Dramaturg

Annabeth Lucas

Production Assistant

Marian Jackson

Assistants to Elizabeth Ashley

Maura Neff, Greg Tieg von Hoffman

Assistant to James Earl Jones

Flynn Earl Jones

UNDERSTUDIES

Understudies never substitute for listed players unless a specific announcement for the appearance is made at the time of the performance.

For Pancho/Pedro: FRANKIE DiCIACCIO
For Maxine Faulk: STACIA FERNANDEZ*
For Reverend T. Lawrence Shannon: MATT MORRISON/RYAN CUPELLO
For Hank/Jake Latta: SASHA HIRSCH
For Hilde: CHARLOTTE STOIBER
For Judith Fellowes: ZONIA EDWARD
For Nonno (Jonathan Coffin): RICHMOND HOXIE*
For Hannah Jelkes: HANNAH SHARAFIAN/CLAIRE FREDERIKSEN
For Charlotte Goodall: MARÍA VICTORIA MARTÍNEZ

Additional costumes provided by Helen Uffner Vintage Clothing LLC.

Special thanks to Jeff Cowie, Mel Kenyon, Professor Martin Puchner, and Charlotte Stoiber