Student Shakespeare at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

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Student Shakespeare at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign


Damsen, Silver, Shakespeare Bulletin


Titus Andronicus Presented by the New Revels Players at the Lincoln Hall Theater, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois. October 13-14, 2006. Directed by Beth Kempton and Pedram Naseri. Set and F/X Designer by Joe Humann. Sets, Lighting, and Sound by Matt Strong. Assistant, Marcus Lundgren. With Riley Roberts (Titus), Volen Ilive (Marcus), Mike Braun (Saturninus), Vanessa Prokuski (Tamora), Angel Patterson (Aaron), Jason Markoff (Lucius), Dave Ruthenberg (Demetrius),John Bezdek (Chiton), Ellie Kiefer (Lavinia), Jonathan Dellinger (Bassianus), Jeanne Knuth (Young Lucius), Mike Hutches (Martius), Nick Coy (Quintus), Anais Parada (Aemilius), Erik Johnson (Goth), and others.

Romeo and Juliet Presented by the New Revels Players at the Gregory Hall Theater, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois. December 2-3, 2006. Directed by Sandra Mazuera. Set Design by Matt Strong. Lighting by JD Sandifer and Ped Naseri. Sound by Erik Johnson. Choreography by John Chiang, Jessica Strode, and Anna Yee. Costumes and Props by Beth Kempton. Stage Combat by Jason Markoff and Mike Braun. Production Assistance Riley Roberts. With DoMonique Arnold (Prince), Volen Iliev (Romeo), Anais Parada (Juliet), Christy Scriba (Nurse), Dave Ruthenberg (Friar Lawrence), Jennifer Higgins (Mercutio), Erik Johnson (Benvolio), Lady Montague (Bethany Defries), Mike Hutches (Tybalt), Alexis Rogers (Lady Capulet), Micheal Mangialardi (Lord Capulet), Jonathan Dellinger (Paris), Amy Perillo (Balthasar), Marty Lynch (Abraham), Glynnis Lyons (Sampson, Page), and others.

Measure for Measure Presented by What You Will Shakespeare Company at the McKinley Church Chapel, Champaign, Illinois. October 19-21, 2006. Directed by Elizabeth Dampf. Music Coordinator, Jackie DiOrio. With Laura Robertson (Duke), Allie Paone (Escalus), Annelise Morris (Angelo), Maggie Gottlieb (Lucio), Eryka Waggoner (Gentleman, Friar, Mariana), Jessica Fleming (Mistress Overdone, Nun), Maura Cotter (Pompey), Dana Olson (Claudio), Tyga McHenry (Provost), Elena Levenson (Isabella), Olivia Snarski (Elbow, Barnardine), and Caitlin Megginson (Juliet, Abhorson).

Twelfth Night Presented by What You Will Shakespeare Company at the YMCA, Latzer Hall, Champaign Illinois. November 30-December 2, 2006. Directed by Alan Walworth. Assistant Director, Olivia Snarski. Costumes by Annelise Morris. Original Music by Elena Levenson and Mark Savignac. With Liz Dampf (Viola), Brandon Gilbert (Orsino), Maggie Gottlieb (Olivia), Annelise Morris (Sebastian), Kenneth Nazarian (Malvolio), Elena Levenson (Feste), Olivia Snarski (Maria), Lucas Gabel (Sir Toby), Jay Collins (Sir Andrew Aguecheeck), Marc Savignac (Valentine, Fabian), Mitchell Farag (Curio, Antonio), Michael Ladror (Sea Captain, 1st Officer), Laura Robertson (Lady in Waiting, Officer, Sailor), and Eryka Waggoner (Lady in Waiting, Officer, Sailor).

Much Ado About Nothing Presented by What You Will Shakespeare Company at the McKinley Church Chapel, Champaign Illinois. February 22-24, 2007. Directed by Elizabeth Dampf, Jessica Fleming, and Jackie DiOrio. With Brett Emanuel (Benedict), Annelise Morris (Beatrice), Norm Phillips (Leonato), Kathy Khazanova (Hero), Carolyn Roloff (Antonia, Pastor, Sexton), Ken Nazarian (Don Pedro), Sandy Radford (Don John), Eric Savage (Count Claudio), Eryka Waggoner (Ursula, Verges), Laura Robertson (Margaret, Seacol),Jackie DiOrio (Balthasar, First Watchman), Brian Falbo (Conrade), William O'Brien (Borachio), and Tyga McHenry (Dogberry).

The Taming of the Shrew Presented by What You Will Shakespeare Company at the McKinley Church Chapel, Champaign Illinois. March 1-3, 2007. Directed by Annelise Morris and Jackie DiOrio. Lights/Set/Tech by Sandy Radford and Olivia Snarski. Costumes by Liz Dampf. With John Bezdek (Petruchio, Lord), Liz Dampf (Kate, Hostess), Caitlin Megginson (Bianca),Jason Markoff (Baptista, Player), Cameron Gilbert (Lucentio, Player), Eric Roth (Tranio, Huntsman), Brian Falbo (Biondello, Curtis, Player), Mark Savignac (Hortensio), Anne Sivers (Gremio), Sam Fahlberg (Grumio, Huntsman), Jackie DiOrio (Widow, Messenger), Adrian Mustain (Tailor, Servant, Pedant), Masako (Haberdasher, Servant), Anna Dabrowski (Sly, Vincentio), Olivia Snarski (Page, Joseph), and Rachel Keung (Servant, Nathaniel). …

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