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Deathtrap As You Like It Les Misérables The Merry Wives of
Deathtrap
by Ira Levin
Directed by Charles Fee
Sp
Sponsored by Stoel Rives LLP
and Boise Weekly
As You Like It
by William Shakespeare
Directed by Edward Morgan
Sponsored by Hawley Troxell and
Idaho Public Television
Les Misérables
A new production of Boublil and
Schönberg’s musical epic
based on a novel by Victor Hugo
Directed by Victoria Bussert
Sponsored by Parsons Behle & Latimer and
Idaho Statesman’s Scene Magazine
The Merry Wives
of Windsor
by William Shakespeare
Directed by Tracy Young
Sponsored by Holland & Hart LLP
and Boise State Public Radio
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by Robert Harling
Directed by Sari Ketter
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Table of Contents
A Message from Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
A Message from Mayor David H. Bieter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
A Message from John R. Sims, President, Board of Trustees . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
A Message from Charles Fee, Producing Artistic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Deathtrap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
As You Like It . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Les Misérables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
The Merry Wives of Windsor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Steel Magnolias . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Festival Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Acting Company Biographies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Director, Choreographer and Designer Biographies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Management Biographies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Education and Outreach Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Access Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Sponsors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Shakespeare Society . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
In-Kind Donors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Institutional Partners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Housing Thanks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Advertiser Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Café Shakespeare Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
In Memory and In Honor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Thirty-Eight Seasons of Idaho Shakespeare Festival . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88–89
Photo Credits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Season Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Idaho Shakespeare Festival’s Mission
Produce great theater, entertain and educate
To realize this mission, the Festival
seeks to:
Idaho Shakespeare Festival
P.O. Box 9365, Boise, Idaho 83707
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES:
520 South 9th Street, Boise, Idaho 83702
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Develop an artistic home for
theater artists that supports
emerging actors, encourages new
regional and national playwrights,
promotes sustained employment
opportunities for artists, and
attracts the very best artistic staff to
the Festival;
Educate through a range of
programs, including programs
and tours for K-12 children and
teachers, ongoing adult education,
interpretive programming,
affiliations with universities
and cultural organizations, as
well as residencies and training
opportunities for actors;
Illuminate human nature and our
rich cultural heritage through a
repertory that includes the plays of
William Shakespeare, the richest
and most complex in the English
language, together with other works
from a variety of dramatic periods
and genres; and,
Promote cultural understanding
through highlighting diverse
traditions and supporting artists
and audiences of all ages,
ethnicities and backgrounds.
SEASON SPONSOR
Idaho Shakespeare Festival Staff
Charles Fee, Producing Artistic Director
Mark Hofflund, Managing Director
Sherrill Livingston, Director of Finance
Hannah Read Newbill, Director of Marketing
Renee K. Vomocil, Director of Education
Sara M. Bruner, Artistic Associate
Jessamine Jones, Development Manager
Christine Zimowsky, Membership and
Donor Associate
Cassie Mrozinski, Development Associate
M. Aaron Milette, IT Systems Administrator
Kiely Prouty-Porter, Company Manager
Debbie McCulley, Finance Assistant
Chandra Woodward, Box Office Manager
Rose Orr, Interim Box Office Manager
Brad Cote, Assistant Box Office Manager
Carol R. Cole, Master Gardener
The Idaho Shakespeare Festival is affiliated with the following service
organizations: American Alliance for Theater and Education, Americans for the
Arts, Arts for Idaho, Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce, Institute of Outdoor
Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre Association, SWITA, Theatre Communications
Group, and Theater for Young Audiences USA/ASSITEJ. Idaho Nonprofit Center.
This project is presented with the support of the National Endowment for the
Arts, the Idaho Commission on the Arts and the Boise Department of Arts and
History. Idaho Shakespeare Festival operates under an agreement with the
Idaho Foundation for Parks and Lands and the Idaho Department of Parks and
Recreation. The Festival prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity,
national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or age.
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The Idaho Statesman salutes the Idaho Shakespeare Festival for its sustained commitment
to entertain and educate through the production of great theatre in Idaho.
The Idaho Statesman is a proud supporter of the Treasure Valley arts community and has
been a major contributor to the Idaho Shakespeare Festival for more than a decade.
publication
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A Message from
Governor Butch Otter
Welcome to the Idaho Shakespeare Festival!
This is more than an entertainment. It’s an
immersive cultural experience that I hope
will transport you to a world of history and
imagination, passion and poetry. And you
will have a lot of fun to boot!
theatrical production. The men and
women of the Idaho Shakespeare Festival
contribute immeasurably to communities
throughout Idaho through educational
programs. They invigorate Idahoans with
their talents, and inspire our young people
to discover their own.
The Idaho Shakespeare Festival has become
a great tradition, enriching Idaho’s culture
with breathtaking players and performances
that bring the work of the Bard and other
incredible artists to life.
Once again, welcome again to the Idaho
Shakespeare Festival. I’m confident you’ll be
back again and again.
As Always – Idaho, “Esto Perpetua”
Please enjoy the beautiful setting and
appreciate the professionalism of the
C.L. “Butch” Otter
Lori Otter
GOVERNOR OF IDAHO
FIRST LADY
A Message from
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The Festival’s 2014 season offers just that,
an audience perform a play – be it tragedy
with two classic Shakespeare comedies (As
or comedy or musical – they get no retakes
You Like It and The Merry Wives of Windsor),
or do-overs. What happens happens, almost
two contemporary comedy-dramas (Deathtrap
always the way the playwright and director
and Steel Magnolias), and one of the great
and performers intended ... but sometimes
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you’ve seen the plays and know the stories,
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unfold on any given night.
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It’s what brings audiences back again
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Idaho Shakespeare Festival
Board of Trustees
A Message from
President John Sims
John R. Sims, President
Karen Meyer, Vice President
J. Walter Sinclair, Secretary
Robert P. Aravich, Jr., Treasurer
Lynn Johnston, Past President
On behalf of the Board of Trustees,
welcome to the 38th season of the Idaho
Rhea Allen
Vernon Banks
Eileen Barber
Cindy L. Bateman
John Bender
Lisa Benjamin
Kristin E. Bjorkman
Hollis Brookover
Carol A. Brown
Susan Bundgard
Bob Bushnell
Jan Carley
Linda Dixon
Kerry Carnahan Ellis
Jeffrey Hancock
Debra Hanks
Patricia Harder
Robert Hay
Marla S. Henken
Shakespeare Festival! It is hard to imagine
a better city than Boise and a better spot
for an outdoor theater than right here on
the banks of the beautiful Boise River. Every
year we thank our patrons and friends for
their awesome support but this thanks is
especially heart-felt this year. The experience
offered by our theater was in jeopardy
due to the encroaching development in
the area. Our patrons, through signing
petitions, and our neighbors—the home
owners, the neighborhood associations, our
and especially our friends at the Idaho
Foundation for Parks and Lands—helped
As our fabulous actors perform their
find an answer that will keep our theater the
magic on the stage, our incredible staff
beautiful and peaceful place that we have all
performs their own brand of magic behind
come to love. We cannot thank you enough!!!
the scenes and together they create the
Time Magazine just named Boise one of eight
consistent high quality of entertainment
their local economies. The article specifically
notes Boise’s thriving cultural scene as a
key factor in this recovery. The Shakespeare
Festival is a major component of the cultural
life of Boise as evidenced by the Festival
being named again as a cultural ambassador
for the City. We are proud of this designation
and of our part in keeping Boise a great place
to live.
you experience each visit. The Festival
continues to grow its educational
programs which bring the dramatic arts
to schools around the State. This year,
our Shakespearience and Idaho Theater
for Youth school tours will bring Romeo
and Juliet and an original play, The
Jabberwocky, to over 150 schools in nearly
every Idaho county. More than 50,000
students will enjoy them. Additionally,
our School of Theater has joined with
We are also grateful for the continued
St. Luke’s to provide arts education to
contributions and support of our corporate
children who are being treated at St.
sponsors, advertisers, donors, national
Luke’s Children’s Hospital and cannot go
grantors, Festival members and our
to school. We could not be more proud
audience, which enable the Festival to put a
of the actors and staff who develop and
high quality product on the stage each year.
perform all of these programs.
Our sponsors are listed in this program and
we encourage you to support them and the
other fine companies whose advertisements
support our work.
Carolyn Bancroft,
Recording Secretary
Consulting Members
friends at Riverstone International School,
places that have found a formula for reviving
Marjorie Hopkins
Jeff Jackson
Michael Jung
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Macey Prince Swinson
Jerry Van Engen
Amy Leopard
Shirley O’Neil
Christine Quintana
Erin Rowe-Shilt
Laurel Sayer
Linda Somerville
Idaho Shakespeare Festival
Advisory Board
Candice Allphin
Bradley G. Andrews
Barbara Bender
Mike Bessent
Paul M. Boyd
Jerry Brady
Chip Browndyke
Richard P. Clark
Doug Copsey
Viki Dater
Charles G. Davis
Paul J. Dubman
Andrew C. Erstad
J. Brent Fery
Sandra L. S. Fery
Leann R. Gilberg
Norena Gutierrez
Richard E. Hall
Anne Hay
Sus Helpenstell
Michael Hoffman
Andrew J. Huang
Sondra Juetten
Joy M. Kealey
William H. Keller
W. Patrick Knibbe
Kathleen Kustra
Kenn Lamson
Cheryl Larabee
Gwen Lytle
Yvonne McCoy
Michael D. McIntyre
Theresa McLeod
James McNorton
Nicholas G. Miller
Alan Minskoff
Royanne Minskoff
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Anthony W. Olbrich
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Dianne H. Robertson
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James A. Steele
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Carolyn Ticknor
Shirley Tierney
Jena Vasconcellos
Robert T. Wetherell
Shawn Del Ysursa
Henry Yun
Now please sit back, have a meal or treat
from Café Shakespeare and enjoy the show.
Thank you again for being here and for your
continued patronage and support!
John R. Sims
PRESIDENT
Foundation For the
Idaho Shakespeare Festival
Royanne Minskoff, President
Melville W. Fisher II, Vice President
Sandra L.S. Fery, Secretary, Treasurer
Robert P. Aravich, Jr.
Cindy L. Bateman
Thomas G. Dater
Charles G. Davis
Robert Hay
William H. Keller
Carey H. McNeal
Karen Meyer
Nicholas G. Miller
Mary Monroe
Anthony W. Olbrich
Henry Yun
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A Message from
Producing Artistic Director Charles Fee
reached! Idaho Foundation for Parks and
Lands took the leadership role in crafting
this solution with a purchase agreement
for the 12-acre site that will protect both
the future of the Festival and the “oasis for
wildlife” that is the Barber Pool habitat. To
all who helped bring about this welcome
and fitting resolution, our deepest thanks!
Now, on to the season!
Dear Friends,
On behalf of our artists, staff, and board
of trustees, welcome to the 38th season
of Idaho Shakespeare Festival – one
of the signature cultural events of the
intermountain west. Again this year,
the Festival was honored to be named
Boise’s Cultural Ambassador for Economic
Development by Mayor Bieter in recognition
of the vital contributions we make to both
the artistic life and economic health of our
community. It is deeply rewarding to all
of us at the Festival that the City of Boise
celebrates the impact arts organizations
have on our community’s economic
development (generating more than $48
million annually and supporting over 1,600
jobs) as well as the role we play in the
cultural and educational lives of the region!
But the value of the Festival to our
community was also acknowledged this
year by the thousands of supporters who
joined the public process of determining
the appropriate use for land adjacent
to the Festival and the Barber Pool
Conservation Area. Through your efforts
and the tireless commitment of our Board
of Trustees, the pro bono legal counsel
of Gary Allen and Givens Pursley law firm,
our neighborhood associations, Riverstone
International School, and our long time
partners at Idaho Foundation for Parks
and Lands, a classic win-win solution was
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We open with: “Deathtrap. A thriller
in two acts. One set, five characters.
A juicy murder in act one, unexpected
developments in act two.” From the
opening lines of Ira Levin’s brilliantly selfreflexive thriller, the audience is drawn
into a room of mirrors in which every
reflection doubles back on itself. In other
words, a perfect thriller about writing
the perfect thriller! And we are thrilled
to return this summer to the murdermystery genre we began to explore in
2012 with that other play about a trap:
The Mousetrap.
Playing in rep with Deathtrap is the first
of our Shakespeare plays for the season,
As You Like It. Director Edward Morgan
makes his Festival debut with a brilliantly
conceived production of Shakespeare’s
deeply romantic comedy, set in early
20th-century America, in which the
Forest of Arden is in the foothills of the
Adirondacks, the villains are greedy
industrialists, and the lovers, Rosalind and
Orlando, are the new Americans. Edward
brings his love of music to the foreground
in this most-musical of Shakespeare’s
plays, including a tap-dancing vaudevillian
and a barbershop quartet!
Opening July 5th is Les Misérables, the
longest running and most successful
musical in the world! Victoria Bussert
(director of last season’s Sweeney Todd)
will direct a company of twenty actors in
this theatrical epic based on Victor Hugo’s
novel. Vicky’s approach will focus on the
story, using an immediate and intimate
production style, with an ensemble of
actors playing multiple roles. We are
thrilled to have Stephen Mitchell Brown
(Jean Valjean) and Brian Sunderland
(Javert) join our company this season. Both
actors come to Idaho with an impressive
body of work in musical theater including
Broadway and national touring experience.
Playing in rep with “Les Mis” is the second
Shakespeare offering of the summer, The
Merry Wives of Windsor. Director Tracy
Young, whose previous work with ISF
includes The Taming of the Shrew (2011)
and The Imaginary Invalid (2012), is surely
one of the most inventive artists working
in the theater today—which bodes well
for Festival audiences this summer. Merry
Wives is sure to be a crazy ride through a
wild Windsor!
In September, director Sari Ketter, who
created last season’s smash-hit, The
Foreigner, is back with a stellar cast
of women for Robert Harling’s bittersweet comedy, Steel Magnolias. Our
“September show” has become its own
special event, with an earlier curtain
time, cooler evenings, and a focus on
more contemporary works — and Steel
Magnolias promises to be the perfect play
to finish a great season!
As always, we want to thank our partners
and great friends in the corporate and
foundation community, led by our
unwavering season sponsor, KeyBank
and long-time season partner, Micron
Foundation, for their continued support.
We could not produce our work without
the tireless efforts of our talented
administrative staff, dedicated board of
trustees, extraordinary artists and the
tremendous generosity of this community!
As you look around the theater and page
through this program, you will see the
names of many friends whose support
makes all of this possible. We extend
our deepest gratitude to each and every
one of them and look forward to a future
filled with ever more collaboration and
creativity.
From all of us at the Festival, we hope you
love the season!
Sincerely,
Charlie
PRODUCING ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
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constructed play offers a rare and skillful
blending of two priceless theatrical
ingredients—gasp-inducing thrills and
spontaneous laughter. Dealing with the
devious machinations of a writer of thrillers
whose recent offerings have been flops,
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“The intricately fashioned
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THE STORY:
Seemingly comfortably ensconced in his
charming Connecticut home, Sidney Bruhl,
a successful writer of Broadway thrillers, is
struggling to overcome a “dry” spell which
has resulted in a string of failures and a
shortage of funds. A possible break in his
fortunes occurs when he receives a script
from a student in the seminar he has been
conducting at a nearby college—a thriller
which Sidney recognizes immediately as a
potential Broadway hit. Sidney’s plan, which
he devises with his wife’s help, is to offer
collaboration to the student, an idea which
the younger man quickly accepts. Thereafter
suspense mounts steadily as the plot begins
to twist and turn with devilish cleverness,
and with such an abundance of thrills
and laughter, that audiences will be held
enthralled until the final, startling moments of
the play.
— D R A M AT I S T S P L AY S E RV I C E
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Dramatis Personae
Sidney Bruhl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tom Ford*
Myra Bruhl. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tracee Patterson*
Clifford Anderson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nick Steen*
Helga Ten Dorp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lynn Allison*
Porter Milgrim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lynn Robert Berg*
Scenes
The action takes place in Sidney Bruhl’s study, in the Bruhl home in
Westport, Connecticut.
Act I
Scene 1: An afternoon in October
Scene 2: That evening
Scene 3: Two hours later
Act II
Scene 1: Two weeks later, morning
Scene 2: A week later, night
Scene 3: A week later, afternoon
Production Staff
Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Scenic Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Costume Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lighting Designer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sound Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fight Choreographer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Charles Fee
Russell Metheny
Alex Jaeger
Rick Martin
Richard B. Ingraham
Ken Merckx
Fight Captain. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dialect Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stage Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assistant Stage Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Production Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stage Management Intern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Nick Steen*
Ann Price
Corrie E. Purdum*
Jennifer Caster*
Sarah Kelso
Emily Melgard
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
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Synopsis
Director’s Note
Duke Senior has been forced into exile from
the court by his brother, the usurping Duke
Frederick. He takes refuge in the Forest of
Arden with a band of faithful lords. Rosalind,
his daughter, is kept uneasily at court as a
companion to her cousin Celia, Frederick’s
daughter. Meanwhile, Orlando, the youngest
son of the late Sir Rowland de Boys, has
been kept in poverty by his brother Oliver
since their father’s death. Orlando decides
to wrestle for his fortune at Frederick’s court,
where he meets Rosalind and they fall in love.
On the surface, this is a tale of exile and
romance. The plot is simple: a young
gentleman and two young noblewomen are
driven from their homes. They flee into the
forest where the rightful Duke has been
exiled. But instead of an empty wilderness,
they encounter shepherds, wandering
nobles, philosophers, hermits, deer and
lions—a population Shakespeare borrows
from the tales of Robin Hood, English
pastorals and classical poetry. This is the
fabled Forest of Arden.
The Duke banishes Rosalind, fearing that she
is a threat to his rule. Celia, refusing to be
parted from her cousin, goes with Rosalind
to seek Duke Senior in the Forest. For safety,
they disguise themselves—Rosalind as
a boy named Ganymede and Celia as his
sister Aliena—and they persuade the fool
Touchstone to accompany them.
Orlando, Rosalind and Celia arrive in Arden
and their dangers dissipate. The wood
becomes a haven wherein they take on new
identities in life and love. Meanwhile, the
city-folk mingle with country-folk and the
exiled Duke and his followers contemplate
the natural state of man. All of these threads
are interwoven through language as elegant
as any Shakespeare wrote, flowing scene to
scene like a brook through dappled glades.
Orlando returns from the court and learns
of a plot by his brother to kill him. He
flees with a loyal servant to the Forest and
takes refuge with the exiled Duke. Still
thinking on Rosalind, he begins posting
love lyrics through the forest. Before long,
he encounters her, but she is disguised as
Ganymede. She proceeds to coach Orlando
on how to woo his Rosalind, often playing
the part of Rosalind herself.
Elsewhere in the Forest, Touchstone pursues
Audrey, a goat-herd, and the shepherd
Silvius dotes on his neighbor Phoebe,
who has fallen for Ganymede (Rosalind in
disguise). Meanwhile, Oliver has been sent
to hunt down his brother and arrives in the
Forest, where Orlando saves his life from
an attack by a lion. Oliver repents his past
abuse of Orlando and promptly falls in love
with Aliena (Celia in disguise).
As Ganymede, Rosalind promises to
satisfy Orlando’s longing and to resolve
all of the love plots in one flourish. She
does so, forsaking her disguise, reuniting
with her father and joining at last with
young Orlando. Then news arrives that
Duke Frederick has had a conversion and
renounced the Dukedom, so the exiles can
return to civilization and their former lives.
Only the melancholy Jaques will stay behind
in the Forest.
ROYAL SHAKESPEARE COMPANY
(edited/updated by Edward Morgan)
Yet beneath its sparkling surface, As You
Like It is not froth. It juxtaposes civilized
corruption with the natural world, and
mocks how urban and rural people view
each other. It plays with gender roles and
sexual ambivalence. It gazes on mortality
and redemption, and celebrates the
threshold of a new era of individuality and
liberation. With themes so modern, it’s
astonishing to remember that this play
premiered 415 years ago.
So what have we done with our production?
We’ve set it in New England during the
second Industrial Revolution, not long after
the start of the 20th century. We’ve placed
Arden in the foothills of the Adirondack
Mountains. The villains are greedy
Industrialists. The exiled Duke is a follower
of Emerson, a would-be Thoreau. Rosalind
and Orlando are the new Americans. Fiercely
democratic, they succeed by merit—not
privilege—as they forge a new worldview
and sense of equality. Indeed, in this context,
the delightful, ever-resourceful Rosalind
becomes a kind of metaphor for American
womanhood, advancing from 19th-century
servitude through Gibson Girl glamor to the
courage of the Suffragette, and beyond.
And finally, since the true pulse of an era
resounds in its music, we’ve replaced
Shakespeare’s songs with tunes that echo
these themes through Yankee syncopation.
It has been fun transplanting this brilliant
play to American soil. It gives the text new
resonance for us. We hope it does the same
for you, and that our version is as you like it.
Edward Morgan
DIRECTOR
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Dramatis Personae
in order of appearance
THE EXILES
Duke Senior, brother to
Duke Frederick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dougfred Miller*
Amiens, a Lord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Eric Damon Smith*
Lord 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gordon Reinhart*
Lord 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Justin Ness*
Lord 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Andrew Voss
THE PROLOGUE
Jaques, a melancholy gentleman . . . David Anthony Smith*
THE TOWN
Orlando, a young gentleman . . . . . Torsten Johnson*
Adam, a family servant . . . . . . . . . . Richard Klautsch*
Oliver, brother to Orlando . . . . . . . J. Todd Adams*
Denise, his cook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lori McNally*
Charles, a wrestler . . . . . . . . . . . . . Andrew Voss
INHABITANTS OF THE FOREST
Corin, an old shepherd . . . . . . . . . . Richard Klautsch*
Silvius, a young shepherd . . . . . . . Juan Rivera Lebron*
Audrey, a young goat-herd. . . . . . . Atlie Gilbert
Sir Oliver Martext, a local vicar . . . M. A. Taylor*
Phoebe, a shepherdess . . . . . . . . . Lori McNally*
William, a woodcutter . . . . . . . . . . . Andrew Voss
THE COURT
Celia, daughter to Duke Frederick . . .Christine Weber*
Rosalind, daughter to the
banished Duke. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Betsy Mugavero*
Touchstone, the Court Fool . . . . . . Dustin Tucker*
Le Beau, a minister . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.A. Taylor*
Duke Frederick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dougfred Miller*
Officer 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Juan Rivera Lebron*
Officer 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Justin Ness*
INHABITANTS
Workers, Officers, Lords, Singers . . . The Ensemble
The Scene
New England, not long after the start of the 20th Century
Production Staff
Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Edward Morgan
Choreographer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Martín Céspedes
Scenic Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Russell Metheny
Costume Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kim Krumm Sorenson
Lighting Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rick Martin
Sound Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joe Court
Music Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nathan Motta
Stage Managers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tim Kinzel*
Assistant Stage Manager . . . . . . . . Kristen Boehnlein*
Production Assistants . . . . . . . . . . . Sarah Kelso
Dance Captain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Eric Damon Smith*
Fight Captain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J. Todd Adams*
Character Sponsorship
The following characters of As You Like It were sponsored by these generous individuals
at our 2013 annual summer Gala:
Jaques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jim & Lynn Johnston
Orlando. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shelly & Mark Durcan
Adam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Zoe & Jim Strite
Oliver. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Linda & Tom Dixon
Celia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CK Haun & Karen Meyer
Rosalind . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CK Haun & Karen Meyer
Touchstone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . James & Christin Steele
Duke Senior, brother to
Duke Frederick. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Robert & Leslee Hoover
Silvius . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jackie Groves
Audrey. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vicki Kreimeyer
Phoebe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tobi & Eric Mott
William . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jeannie Peterson
There will be one fifteen-minute intermission.
The sponsor for Family Nights is Albertsons. The media sponsor for Family Nights is Idaho Family Magazine.
Greenshow generously sponsored by The College of Idaho.
Preview Nights are generously sponsored by ADP Employer Services.
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
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Alain Boublil
Alain Boublil’s first musical, La Revolution
Française in 1973, marked his transition
from songwriting to musical theatre and the
start of his collaboration with Claude-Michel
Schönberg with the hit album that became
the first ever staged French musical. His idea
of writing a musical version of Les Misérables
brought them together again in 1978. The
acclaimed show was written over a two-year
period and recorded as an album before its
opening at the Palais de Sports in Paris in
September 1980. In 1983 Mr. Boublil met
Cameron Mackintosh which led to his first
London production Abbacadabra (a musical
fairy-tale set to ABBA music) and to working
with Claude-Michel and directors and writers
on the English language adaptation of Les
Misérables. The show has subsequently
opened in 19 countries and 14 languages.
Among the many awards Mr. Boublil has
received were two Tony Awards in 1987
for Best Score and Best Book for the NY
production and a 1988 Grammy for the Best
Original Broadway Cast Recording which he
co-produced with Claude-Michel Schönberg.
Miss Saigon opened on September 20, 1989
at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London
and on April 11, 1991 in NY. The show has
also played in Tokyo and Toronto with future
production scheduled for Sydney, Australia
and Stuttgart, Germany. Mr. Boublil will
maintain a close association with all the
international productions of Les Misérables
and Miss Saigon while working with ClaudeMichel on the screenplays for motion picture
versions of both musicals.
Claude-Michel Schönberg
Claude-Michel Schönberg is a successful
record producer and songwriter who began
his collaboration with Alain Boublil in 1973,
writing the very first French musical, La
Revolution Française. Mr. Schönberg played
the role of Louis XVI in that production and
also co-produced the double-gold record
album of the show. In 1974, he recorded an
album, singing his own compositions and
lyrics, which included the number-one hit
single Le Premier Pas. In 1980, after two
years’ work on the score, Mr. Schönberg and
Mr. Boublil’s musical Les Misérables opened
in Paris, where it was seen by more than
1.5 million people. In 1983, Mr. Schönberg
produced an opera album in Paris with Julia
Migenes Johnson and the Monte Carlo
Philharmonic Orchestra. Following work on
the London production of Les Misérables (the
3rd longest running musical in British theatre
history), Mr. Schönberg co-produced the
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Dramatis Personae
Jean Valjean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stephen Mitchell Brown*
Javert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brian Sutherland*
Farmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tom Ford*
The Bishop of Digne. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lynn Robert Berg*
Constables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mickey Ryan, Sam Wolf*
Factory Foreman. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alex Syiek*
Fantine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jodi Dominick*
Factory Girl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Katie Proulx
Old Woman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Laura Welsh Berg*
Bamatabois. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . To Be Announced
Fauchelevant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lynn Robert Berg*
Young Cosette . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Annabel Kotek, Reilly Ramos
Madame Thénardier. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tracee Patterson*
Thénardier. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tom Ford*
Prostitute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Laura Welsh Berg*
Gavroche . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Eligh Kindall, Jackson Leach
Éponine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Keri Fuller
Cosette . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Claire Howes Eisentrout*
Loud Hailer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tom Ford*
Major Domo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ian Gould*
Thénardier’s Gang:
Montparnasse. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ian Gould*
Babet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.A. Taylor*
Brujon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lynn Robert Berg*
Claquesous . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alex Syiek*
Students:
Enjolras . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kyle Jean Baptiste
Marius . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pedar Benson Bate*
Combeferre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lynn Robert Berg*
Feuilly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . To Be Announced
Courfeyrac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sam Wolf*
Joly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Micky Ryan
Grantaire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alex Syiek*
Lesgles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.A. Taylor*
Jean Prouvaire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ian Gould*
Ensemble. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Company
Musicians:
Keyboard/Conductor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joel Mercier
Percussion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David Gluck
Second Keyboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Krista Hafez
French Horn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Phillip Kassel
Reed 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Caitlin Lapinel
Trombone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michael Maier
Trumpet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alex Noppe
Reed 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Matt Short
Songs, Act I
1832, Paris
“Paris”. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gavroche and the Beggars
“Stars”. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Javert
“ABC Café” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Enjolras, Marius,
and the Students
“The People’s Song” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Enjolras, the Students
and the Citizens
“In My Life”. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cosette, Valjean,
Marius and Éponine
“One Day More” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Company
Prologue: 1815, Digne
“Prologue” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Company
“Soliloquy” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Valjean
1823, Montreuil-Sur-Mer
“At the End of the Day” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Factory Workers
“I Dreamed a Dream” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fantine
“Lovely Ladies” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ladies and Clients
“Who Am I?” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Valjean
“Fantine’s Death”. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fantine and Valjean
“Castle on a Cloud” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cosette
1823, Montfermeil
“Master of the House”. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Thénardier, Mme. Thénardier
and Customers
“The Bargain”. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. and Mme. Thénardier
and Valjean
Intermission
Songs, Act II
“On My Own” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Éponine
“A Little Fall of Rain” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Éponine and Marius
“Drink with Me to Days Gone By” . . . . . Feuilly, Grantaire, Students
and Women
“Bring Him Home” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Valjean
“Dog Eats Dog” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Thénardier
“Soliloquy” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Javert
“Turning” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Women
“Empty Chairs at Empty Tables” . . . . . . Marius
“Wedding Chrale” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Guests
“Beggars at the Feast” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. and Mme. Thénardier
“Finale” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Company
Production Staff
Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Victoria Bussert
Choreographer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gregory Daniels
Scenic Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jeff Herrmann
Costume Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Esther Haberlen
Lighting Designer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Paul Miller
Musical Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joel Mercier
Sound Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Amanda Werre
Production Stage Manager . . . . . . . . . . . Robin Grady*
Assistant Stage Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . Jennifer Caster*
Production Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shaila Schmidt
Dance Captain. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jodi Dominick*
Associate Choreographer . . . . . . . . . . . . Sam Wolf*
Wig Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mary Schilling-Martin
There will be one fifteen-minute intermission.
The sponsor for Family Nights is Albertsons. The media sponsor for Family Nights is Idaho Family Magazine.
Greenshow generously sponsored by The College of Idaho.
Preview Nights are generously sponsored by ADP Employer Services.
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
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Les Misérables continued
double-platinum London cast album and
became involved in casting all the major
overseas productions of the show, including
the American, Japanese and Australian
companies. He won two coveted Tony
Awards, for Best Score and Book, for the
Broadway production of Les Misérables and a
Grammy Award for the Best Original Cast
Recording, which he co-produced with Alain
Boublil. He also worked closely on the
symphonic recording of the show. His score
for Miss Saigon, again written in
collaboration with Alain Boublil, is now
repeating the international success story of
Les Misérables. Produced by Cameron
Mackintosh and again bringing together
many members of the creative team behind
Les Misérables, Miss Saigon opened with
huge success at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane
in London in September 1989, in NY in April
1991, in Tokyo in May 1992 and in Chicago
(the first national U.S. tour) in November
1992. Future productions will open in Sydney,
Australia and Stuttgart, Germany. Now
Claude-Michel is back at the keyboards,
composing their next musical, Martin Guerre,
while keeping close eye on the development
of the screenplays for Les Misérables and
Miss Saigon.
Director’s Note
Les Misérables has been a blockbuster hit
since 1862, when Victor Hugo’s soaring saga
of social injustice, revolution, hope and
redemption was published in Paris. It took
Hugo almost twenty years to write the 1200
pages or 365 chapters that make up what
many believe to be one of the greatest novels
of all time. It sold out its initial print run on
the very first day.
The journey from novel to musical is an
interesting one. In 1978, Alain Boublil and
Claude-Michel Schönberg, friends for more
than a decade, attended the London revival
of Lionel Bart’s Oliver based on the Charles
Dickens novel and produced by a young,
Cameron Mackintosh. While watching the
production, Boublil began to see striking
similarities between the Artful Dodger of
Oliver and the street urchin, Gavroche,
in Hugo’s novel. During the performance
he continued to uncover more and more
character parallels between the two works.
Describing that evening Boublil says, “I
was in a kind of trance the whole evening
and came out of that incredible production
obsessed. I was going to do the same. I had
no doubts...the characters were all there...
so I went back to Paris, spent time with the
novel, went through it with my pen thinking
this would make a song and this wouldn’t,
and called Claude-Michel.”
The collaborators were so confident and
excited by the project that they gave up their
jobs and committed their time to writing this
epic musical. It became a two-year labor
of cutting, condensing and shaping. Alain
and Claude-Michel produced a demo tape
of their musical with Claude-Michel at the
piano singing all the parts—male and female.
Robert Hossein, a well-known director, heard
their cassette and agreed to tackle the first
production at the Palais des Sports which
happened to have an unexpected threemonth scheduling gap between Holiday On
Ice and the Moscow State Circus. The initial
production had many problems including the
testing of a transmitter on the Eiffel Tower
making the actor’s microphones unusable
at the first preview. The frustrated director
went onstage and ordered the audience to go
home; however, most of them waited out the
hour-and-a-half delay and didn’t leave the
theater until the show’s completion at one
o’clock in the morning. In those three months
of performances, more than 500,000 people
packed the sports arena to witness this epic
production. “It was a huge success,” recalled
Schönberg, “but when it finished, it was
finished.”
Or was it? Much later, the collaborators
heard from the French Society of Writers
that a British producer named Cameron
Mackintosh, the same man who had
produced the revival of Oliver, was looking
for them. They met for lunch in Paris on
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February 4, 1983. “We didn’t know it,” said
Schönberg, “but it was the most important
day of our lives.” Two years later Les
Misérables opened at the RSC in London,
later transferring to the Palace Theatre, and
in 2004 to the Queens Theatre where it has
been running ever since. Mackintosh says,
“I am often asked what it is that makes
audiences and actors so passionate about
Les Mis, as the show is fondly known.
The abbreviation of the title is maybe a
clue—in Hugo’s story the characters are so
personal, so timeless, so universal, they
remain a contemporary mirror of ourselves.
Audiences feel possessive of this timeless
tale, where the downtrodden have to fight
to be heard and sometimes die to be free,
yet in their darkest struggle find love,
life and laughter, and mankind’s most
redeeming trait, the unquenchable survival
of the human spirit.”
Les Misérables originally opened at the
Kennedy Center in December of 1986,
a city specifically chosen due to its
audience’s sophistication and political
awareness. It made the move to Broadway
on March 12, 1987 opening to rave
reviews and winning eight Tony Awards.
The original production closed in 2003
with revivals in 2007 and 2014. There is
no doubt that Les Misérables is a global
phenomenon; it’s thru-composed score
changed the landscape of musical theater
and welcomed a new generation of “epic”
musicals. And yet, it’s somehow especially
fitting that the Idaho Shakespeare
Festival and the Great Lakes Theater,
sister companies that share the Royal
Shakespeare Company vision of valuing
Shakespeare and musicals side-by-side,
should bring Les Misérables back into a
classical theater company. Welcome home,
Les Mis—tonight we hear the people sing.
Victoria Bussert
DIRECTOR
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Falstaff arrives in Windsor short on money.
In an effort to solve his financial woes, he
decides that he will court two wealthy married
women, Mrs. Ford and Mrs. Page. Falstaff
sends the women identical love letters and
asks his associates– Pistol and Nym – to
deliver them to the wives. When they refuse,
Falstaff sacks them, and, in revenge, the men
tell the husbands of Falstaff’s intentions. Mr.
Page is not concerned, but Mr. Ford’s jealousy
is inflamed.
Meanwhile, three different men are trying
to win the hand of Mr. Page’s daughter,
Miss Anne Page. Mrs. Page would like her
daughter to marry Doctor Caius, a physician,
whereas the girl’s father would like her to
marry Mr. Slender, the nephew of the wealthy
Mr. Shallow. Anne herself is in love with Mr.
Fenton, but Mr. Page has rejected Fenton as
a suitor due to his having squandered his
fortune on extravagant living.
When the wives receive Falstaff’s letters, each
informs the other, and they discover that the
letters are identical. For their own amusement
and to gain revenge for his indecent
assumptions, the wives pretend to respond to
his advances.
Mr. Ford becomes suspicious of his wife’s
fidelity and poses as ‘Mr. Brook,’ who offers
to pay Falstaff to court Mrs. Ford, convincing
Falstaff that once she has lost her honor
Mr. Brook will be able to tempt Mrs. Ford
himself. Falstaff cannot believe his luck, and
tells ‘Mr. Brook’ he has already arranged to
meet Mrs. Ford while her husband is out.
When Falstaff arrives to meet Mrs. Ford, the
wives trick him into hiding inside a basket
to avoid discovery by the jealous husband.
The wives then have the basket taken away
and the contents (including Falstaff) dumped
into the river. Although this affects Falstaff’s
pride, his ego is surprisingly resilient. He is
convinced that the wives are just “playing
hard to get,” and so he continues his pursuit
of them.
Again Falstaff goes to meet the women but Mrs.
Page comes back and warns Mrs. Ford of her
husband’s approach. This time they trick Falstaff
into disguising himself as Mrs. Ford’s aunt, but
Mr. Ford ends up beating “her” anyway.
Eventually the wives tell their husbands about
the series of jokes they have played on Falstaff,
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and together they devise one last public
humiliation for Falstaff, involving a pageant
being enacted by residents of the town. During
the pageant, each of Miss Anne Page’s suitors
attempts to steal her away, with Mrs. Page
aiding Dr. Caius and Mr. Page aiding Slender.
Fenton, however, escapesescapes with Anne.
Once the joke is played out on Falstaff,
he accepts his punishment surprisingly
well, and sees it as deserved. Fenton and
Anne return and announce they have been
married. Fenton chides the parents for trying
to force Anne to marry men she did not love
and the parents accept the marriage and
congratulate the young pair. A celebration
begins and Mrs. Page happily invites Falstaff
to join the festivities.
Director’s Note
The end of the Second World War was a
particularly galvanizing time in American
history. The country as a whole shared
great optimism about the future prosperity
of the new “Baby Boomer” generation,
and yet at the same time experienced a
more complicated and darker awareness of
humanity overall. America had strong regard
for its moral fabric and also an increasing
doubt about the durability of that fabric.
Tensions between ideals of community and
individualism, transformations of accepted
notions of status, and evolving expectations
of traditional gender roles introduced changes
in American society that would unfold
over the next fifty years. Soldiers returned
home to spouses and both partners often
struggled with the distance that had come
between them, both literally and figuratively.
Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor
explores similar expectations and tensions,
and this adaptation carries them into the
period just after the war, when triumphant
feeling struggled with the realities of a
threatening world. “Merry Wives” is about
feeling like an outsider to a community and
finding identity within it, and about how
a community can support or inhibit selfexpression.
The play good-naturedly, but pointedly
skewers our weaknesses. Jealousy
is represented in at least three other
Shakespeare plays as a potently destructive
force, but in “Merry Wives,” we can recognize
and grow from it. Lustfulness and a propensity
for gossip and deceitfulness appear in this
play as potentially but never quite, destructive.
The play is constructed to a human scale, and
with a generosity towards the characters that
inhabit its world. Shakespeare’s Falstaff is a
paragon of human foibles, and in The Merry
Wives of Windsor he is the figure most alien to
the play’s community.
What is it about Falstaff? Why is this larger
than life figure so memorable and so prone
to take up residence in our hearts and
imaginations? Referred to as a “fat knight,”
he embodies a laundry list of vices; he is lazy,
slovenly, a drunkard, a womanizer, a thief, a
braggart, a coward and a prevaricator. And
yet, we can’t get enough of him. Perhaps it is
because Falstaff represents the joy of freely
following our impulses without concern for
the consequences. But then, inevitably, the
consequences of hedonistic living come to
pass—obesity, alcoholism, poverty, and
perhaps most meaningfully the rejection of
one’s community. Falstaff is brought down
by his unbridled ways and rejected by the
young king in the Henry plays. But there
is no delight in watching Falstaff get his
comeuppance there, for we still harbor a love
for him, and the way he mirrors us in our most
childlike selves. Shakespeare is rumored to
have been encouraged by Queen Elizabeth I
to write a light-hearted romp for Falstaff. In
Shakespeare’s wisdom, this rollicking work
framed Falstaff as an outsider who, by his
very way of being, challenges the community
to confront its notions about morality and
acceptance of difference. Once again, Falstaff
suffers rejection and humiliation for his
shortcomings, but ultimately Shakespeare
uses the community’s embracing of Falstaff as
a symbol of enrichment and growth.
Lastly, though, it is useful to remember that
Shakespeare titled this play The Merry Wives
of Windsor, and for good reason. The play
is centered not around Falstaff but around
the women of the story, the “Merry Wives.”
They are the engines that drive the action
of the play, and they seem to relish their
role. The ladies Ford and Page are fiercely
intelligent, witty and yet also seem content
to wield power within their proscribed roles
as wives and mothers. These women provide
a pointed contrast to other hyper-intelligent
Shakespearean women who are often
thwarted and limited by their gendered roles
(Lady Macbeth and “shrewish” Kate come to
mind). In “Merry Wives,” the women find ways
to maneuver in their own, albeit limited, milieu.
They mete out the standards around which
the community rallies and establish the “rules
of combat.” At the end of the play, Falstaff is
welcomed into the community by one of the
wives who can see past his limitations and
embrace him with forgiveness that transcends
his foolishness. It is ultimately that final grace
note that offers the most stirring and heartfelt
moment of the play, in recognizing that
shortcomings are shared by everyone, and that
forgiveness is always possible.
Tracy Young
DIRECTOR
Dramatis Personae
Mr. John Falstaff a raconteur. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mr. Frank Ford a husband . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mrs. Alice Ford a wife. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mr. George Page a husband and father. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mrs. Margaret Page a wife and mother . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Miss Anne Page a daughter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mr. William Page a son . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mr. Robert Shallow a wealthy man . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mr. Hugh Evans a scholar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mr. Fenton suitor to Miss Anne Page. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mr. Abraham Slender nephew of Mr. Shallow
and suitor to Miss Anne Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dr. Caius suitor to Miss Anne Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Madame Quickly a “housekeeper”. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Host of The Garter a theater owner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bardolph an associate of Mr. Falstaff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pistol an associate of Mr. Falstaff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Nym an associate of Mr. Falstaff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Robin assistant to Mr. Falstaff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Simple assistant to Mr. Slender . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rugby assistant to Dr. Caius . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Aled Davies*
Lynn Robert Berg*
Laura Welsh Berg*
Ian Gould*
Jodi Dominick*
Claire Howes Eisentrout*
To Be Announced
Brian Sutherland*
M.A. Taylor*
Sam Wolf*
Pedar Benson Bate*
Tom Ford*
Tracee Patterson*
Kyle Jean Baptiste
Stephen Mitchell Brown*
Alex Syiek*
To Be Announced
Katie Proulx
Mickey Ryan
Keri Fuller
Production Staff
Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Scenic Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Costume Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lighting Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sound Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wig Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Choreographer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fight Choreographer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Production Stage Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assistant Stage Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Production Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tracy Young
Rick Martin
Alex Jaeger
Raquel Davis
Brandon Wolcott
Mary Schilling-Martin
Helene Peterson
Michael Mueller
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Sarah Kelso*
Shaila Schmidt
There will be one fifteen-minute intermission.
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The media sponsor for Family Nights is Idaho Family Magazine.
Greenshow generously sponsored by The College of Idaho.
Preview Nights are generously sponsored by ADP Employer Services.
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Stage Managers in the United States.
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Robert Harling
Robert Harling made his directorial debut
with The Evening Star for Paramount, which
he also wrote for the screen based on Larry
McMurty’s novel. The Evening Star reunited
Shirley MacLaine and Jack Nicholson and
co-stars Juliette Lewis, Bill Paxton, Scott Wolf,
Miranda Richardson, and Marion Ross. The
Evening Star is the continuation of one of the
most beloved and acclaimed movies of our
time, Terms of Endearment. Before launching
a successful stage and screenwriting career,
Robert graduated from Tulane University
School of Law, but instead of taking the bar
exam, he opted to become an actor in New
York. After years of productive work as an actor
in voiceovers and commercials, Harling was
inspired to write the highly acclaimed stage
play Steel Magnolias, which was based on
events from his personal life. Steel Magnolias
continues to thrive in theatrical productions
throughout the world. Immediately bridging a
career from stage to screen, Harling adapted
his original play into the popular film of the
same title, which starred Sally Field, Julia
Roberts, Shirley MacLaine, Olympia Dukakis,
Dolly Parton, and Daryl Hannah. Over the years,
Mr. Harling has become a much sought-after
screenwriter: other credits, to name a few,
include Soapdish, [directed by ISF founding
company member Michael Hoffman] which
was based on Harling’s acting experience and
starred Sally Field, Whoopi Goldberg, and
Robert Downey Jr., and First Wives Club for
Paramount, starring Bette Midler, Goldie Hawn,
and Diane Keaton.
The Interview: Robert Harling
Published in Garden and Gun
(www.gardenandgun.com) a national magazine
that focuses on the Southern lifestyle.
By Julia Reed
LOUISIANA —
DECEMBER 2012 / JANUARY 2013
The untold story of Steel Magnolias
Robert Harling grew up in Natchitoches,
Louisiana, and lost his sister and best friend
to diabetes in 1985. He turned the experience
into the iconic stage play Steel Magnolias,
which is still performed all over the world. The
subsequent movie launched Harling’s career as
a screenwriter, and since then he has written
Soapdish and The First Wives Club, among
other hits. On the occasion of the twenty-fifth
anniversary of the play’s production, he talks
about how it all began.
You graduated from Tulane’s law school. When
did you realize you wouldn’t be hanging out at
the courthouse all day?
I knew almost after my first week of class that
I’d never inflict myself on the world as a lawyer.
But I stuck with it and graduated because I
loved Tulane, the people, and I had a job as a
singer for a big band that played all the swell
gigs in New Orleans. It was a great life.
By the time you wrote Steel Magnolias, in
1987, you were living on Manhattan’s Upper
West Side. What were you doing for a living?
I was an actor. Auditioning lots, getting little.
I did some commercials and voice-overs. And I
had a job selling tickets for Broadway shows.
Not the most exciting existence.
How long did the play take you to write?
It was written in about ten days. The events that
inspired it were so powerful that, after
I found the story arena, it just poured out
into my typewriter in a 24/7 tsunami of
Southernness. I had no idea what I’d written.
I asked the first person I gave it to if it even
looked like a play. I wasn’t really sure. All I knew
was that I felt it portrayed my sister’s life and
spirit accurately, and that was enough for me.
The play was an instant hit off-Broadway, and
almost immediately you were asked to adapt it
into a screenplay for the 1989 movie.
It happened so quickly. With the buzz around
the play in New York, there was a constant
stream from Hollywood coming to check it out.
Ray Stark bought the rights and promised me
he’d film it in my hometown of Natchitoches,
which really clinched the deal. Almost every
actress in the biz came to the theater to see
it. They had to shut down the street the night
Elizabeth Taylor came, the crowds were so
large. I had tea with Bette Davis, who wanted
to play Ouiser. The movie had premieres in Los
Angeles, Atlanta, New York, and Natchitoches.
That was a surreal week. The New York
premiere was amazing. Ray wanted the biggest
premiere party since The Godfather, and he
got it. It was at the Hilton. They re-created
the wedding set from the movie. I remember
watching my dad in deep conversation with
people like Walter Cronkite… I pinched myself a
lot those days.
How many countries has the play been
performed in, and what are the differences in
the productions?
I know of seventeen authorized translations.
I’m sure there are more. I’ve seen it in Japanese,
Chinese, French, Swedish, Spanish, Italian.
But it’s become clear to me: Beauty shops
are universal. Demonstrating the need for
friendship and support knows no bounds. The
main variable is the set. Some of the foreign
notions of what a converted Southern carport
looks like are mind-blowing. And there was one
Italian production where every character was
hot. Even the two older characters of Ouiser and
Clairee. Smoking hot. The play still worked!
I can only imagine the impact on Natchitoches
when the movie crew and everyone from director
Herbert Ross and his then girlfriend Lee Radziwill
to Dolly Parton and Sam Shepard descended.
Shooting it in Natchitoches was beyond. While I
was hanging out with Sam, one of my idols, he
pointed out to me what a singular experience
it was to write a play about my family and then
have it become a movie filmed in the town
where it happened, in the houses and churches
with the family and friends who inspired it in the
background. The town went nuts in the summer
of ’88. The biggest stars in the world were
squeezing vegetables in the Winn-Dixie. Word
spread like lightning about their every move.
Olympia Dukakis’ cousin Mike was running for
president, so die-hard Republicans across the
street from where she was living put Dukakis
signs in their yards to be neighborly. Princess
Radziwill loved it there. She and Herbert got
engaged during the shoot. Julia [Roberts]
bowled at the bowling alley. Dolly and I drove
around all the drive-ups in search of the best
fried okra.
Where did the cast stay and eat? Did your
mother make her amazing coconut cake?
All the stars rented homes in the area. Tom
Skerritt (who played my movie dad) lived
next door to my real dad. Again, how often
does that happen to a writer? We had a
lot of cookouts and potluck suppers. The
inspiration for Soapdish, my second film,
came from one such dinner when Sally [Field]
said, I’ve always wanted to play a bitch
who gets to wear nice clothes. That simple
thought birthed a huge idea. And yes, Mama
was churning out her coconut cakes as fast
as she could. There was always one on the
counter, one in the oven, and at least one in
the freezer.
Speaking of cake, had you ever seen an
armadillo groom’s cake?
There was indeed an armadillo groom’s cake
at my sister’s wedding. The red velvet part
was my writerly creation. The original one
was very simple sheet cake cut in the shape
of an armadillo. Not like the high art form
it’s become. I’ve seen some amazing edible
armadillos. The New York Times credited me
with the rediscovery and revival of red velvet
cake. I consider this as one of my great life
achievements.
There are so many quotable lines it’s impossible
to count them. Do you have a favorite?
The one that still makes me laugh the most is
when Truvy says of her wayward son,
“I should’ve known Louie had problems when
his imaginary playmates wouldn’t play with
him.” That’s my kind of humor. And when
speaking of Louie’s girlfriend, “the nicest
thing I can say about her is that all her tattoos
are spelled correctly.”
Tell us what the title means to you.
When I was a kid, a lady in the neighborhood
had a large metal floral paperweight on her
kitchen counter that served as a receptacle
for change, keys, it weighed down the check
for the milkman or the dry cleaner receipt (not
that you’d ever need a dry cleaner receipt
in my small town everybody knew who a
dress belonged to), whatever. She called that
thing on her counter the steel magnolia. In
her sweet drawl, she’d say, “Take a quarter
from the steel magnolia and get us some ice
cream.” I found it interesting that the thing
was neither steel nor a magnolia, but that’s
what she called it. And the imagery stuck.
Something beautiful made of very strong
stuff. When I was young, often sent to pluck
a few magnolia blossoms for my mama’s
floral needs, I learned that, while gorgeous,
they are fragile and bruise easily, qualities
often attributed to Southern women. My
extraordinary life experiences with my sister
and mother showed me that the women I’ve
known are indeed gorgeous, but their lives
can be fragile. But if you look underneath,
you realize they possess a tensile strength
stronger than anything I could ever muster.
I wrote of their strength, joy, and laughter
that rang out no matter what life threw at
them. After my sister’s death, the only way
I could deal with it was to celebrate them.
When the play was finished, I needed a
title. In my head, I heard that grand dame’s
voice and the way she pronounced ‘steel
magnolya.” It seemed right. My mother, my
sister, my aunts, the neighbor ladies, I still
hear their glorious voices all the time. I hope
I always will.
The Place
Chinquapin, Louisiana
The Scenes
Act 1—Scene 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April
Act 1—Scene 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . December
Act 2—Scene 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June, eighteen months later
Act 2—Scene 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . November
Dramatis Personae
Truvy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kathryn Cherasaro*
Annelle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Becca Ballenger*
Clairee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carole Healey*
Shelby. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shanara Gabrielle*
M’lynn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Laura Perrotta*
Ouiser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lynn Allison*
Production Staff
Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sari Ketter
Scenic Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nayna Ramey
Costume Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kim Krumm Sorenson
Lighting Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Raquel Davis
Sound Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Peter John Still
Voice and Dialect Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ann Price
Production Stage Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sarah Kelso*
Assistant Stage Managers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jennifer Caster*,
Kristen Boehnlein*
Production Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shaila Schmidt
There will be one fifteen-minute intermission.
The sponsor for Family Nights is Albertsons.
The media sponsor for Family Nights is Idaho Family Magazine.
Preview Nights are generously sponsored by ADP Employer Services.
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and
Stage Managers in the United States.
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Festival Company
Charles Fee
Producing Artistic
Director
Mark Hofflund
Managing Director
DIRECTORS
Victoria Bussert
Charles Fee
Sari Ketter
Edward Morgan
Tracy Young
APPRENTICE
COMPANY
Luke Massengill
Instructor
Veronica Von Tobel
Instructor
ARTISTS
ACTORS
J. Todd Adams*
Lynn Allison*
Becca Ballenger*
Kyle Jean Baptiste
Pedar Benson Bate*
Lynn Robert Berg*
Laura Welsh Berg*
Stephen Mitchell
Brown*
Kathryn Cherasaro*
Aled Davies*
Jodi Dominick*
Clare Howes
Eisentrout*
Tom Ford*
Keri René Fuller
Shanara Gabrielle*
Atlie Gilbert
Torsten Johnson*
Juan Rivera LeBron*
Stitch Marker
Lori McNally*
Dougfred Miller*
Betsy Mugavero*
Justin Ness*
Tracee Patterson*
Laura Perrotta*
Katie Proulx
Gordon Reinhart*
Mickey Ryan
David Anthony Smith*
Eric Damon Smith*
Nick Steen*
Brian Sutherland*
Alex Syiek*
M.A. Taylor*
Dustin Tucker*
Andrew Voss
Christine Weber*
Sam Wolf*
GREENSHOW
PRODUCERS
Joe Conley Golden
Tom Willmorth
DESIGNERS
Joe Court
Raquel Davis
Esther M. Haberlen
Jeff Herrmann
Richard B. Ingraham
Alex Jaeger
Rick Martin
Joel Mercier
Russell Metheny
Paul Miller
Nayna Ramey
Kim Krumm Sorenson
Peter John Still
APPRENTICES,
SECOND YEAR
Leah Brown
Cameron Case
Cara Casper
MJ Merhar
Hannah Meyer
Caden Peterson
Amelia Roque
Sydnee Williams
FIRST YEAR
Christopher Bohme
Ellen Fogg
Andrea Froehlke
Megan Miller
Aidan Regan
Ben Satterlee
Alex Skow
ADMINISTRATION
CHOREOGRAPHERS
Martín Céspedes
Gregory Daniels
Ken Merckx
Michael Mueller
Helene Peterson
VOICE/DIALECT
COACH
Ann Price
STAGE MANAGERS
Robin Grady*
Sarah Kelso*
Tim Kinzel*
Corrie E. Purdum*
Kristen Boehnlein*
Assistant Stage
Manager
Jennifer Caster*
Assistant Stage
Manager
Shaila Schmidt
Production
Assistant
Emily Melgard,
Stage Management
Intern
Sherrill Livingston
Director of Finance
Hannah K. E. Read
Director of
Marketing
Renee K. Vomocil
Director of
Education
Sara M. Bruner
Artistic Associate
Jessamine Jones
Development
Manager
Christine Zimowsky
Membership &
Donor Associate
Cassie Mrozinski
Development
Associate
M. Aaron Milette
IT Systems
Administrator
Kiely Prouty-Porter
Company Manager
Debbie McCulley
Finance Assistant
BOX OFFICE
Chandra Woodward
Box Office Manager
Rose Orr
Interim Box Office
Manager
Brad Cote
Assistant Box
Office Manager
Nickie Shell
Assistant Box
Office Manager
BOX OFFICE
ASSISTANTS
Brecca Chabot-Olson
Alexa Fee
Michaela Fenner
Dale Hartwell
Madison Hartwell
Patrick Higgins
Katherine Irwin
Sam Lounsbury
Caden Peterson
Hannah Dunlop Relf
Tiara Thompson
Veronica Von Tobel
HOUSE MANAGERS
Hali Goodrich
House Manager
Caitlin Susen
House Manager
Amanda Reese
Assistant House
Manager
Ellen Campbell
Assistant House
Manager
Mark Cytron
Technical Director
William Langenhop
Assistant Technical
Director
Lindsey Loar
Master Carpenter
Will Ledbetter
Carpenter/Welder
Richard Haberlen
Carpenter/
Changeover
Manager
Patrick Evans
Carpenter/
Changeover Crew
Thomas Janzen
Carpenter/
Changeover Crew
Nate Pohl
Carpenter/
Changeover Crew
Richard Love
Theater Carpenter
Dustin Baird
Scenic Intern/
Changeover Crew
SCENIC ART
Angi Grow
Charge Scenic Artist
Michael Baltzell
Scenic Artist
Kaitie Branton
Scenic Artist Intern/
Changeover Crew
PROPERTIES
GARDENERS
Carole Cole
Master Gardener
Taylor Davis
Assistant Gardener
PRODUCTION
Christopher D.
Flinchum
Production Manager
Corrie E. Purdum
Assistant Production
Manager
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
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SCENIC
CONSTRUCTION
Terry Martin
Properties Master
Fran Maxwell
Properties Master—
Steel Magnolias
Bernadine Cockey
Assistant Properties
Master
Alexandra Haubrich
Props Assistant/
Changeover Crew
ELECTRICS
Paul Michael Miller
Master Electrician
Amber Amoureux
Assistant Master
Electrician
Matthew Kolsky
Electrician
Tony Hartshorn
Electrician Intern
SOUND
Richard Ingraham
Audio Supervisor
Tim Long
Sound Engineer
Jordan Bigler
Sound Intern
Wyatt Whitham
Sound Intern
COSTUMES
Esther M. Haberlen
Costume Shop
Manager
Leah Parker Loar
Assistant Shop
Manager, Draper
Katherine England
Draper
Diana Sidley
Draper
Ginger Sorenson
Draper
Keri Fitch
First Hand
Christina Spencer
First Hand
Darrin Pufall
Crafts Artisan
Stephanie Fisher
Stitcher
Meghan Miller
Stitcher
Sarah Hope Robinson
Stitcher
Brian Weigel
Stitcher
Max Holley
Design Assistant
Zach Hickle
Design Assistant,
Crafts Asssistant
Mary Schilling-Martin
Wig Designer
WARDROBE
Colleen McLaughlin
Wardrobe
Supervisor
Caitlin Boland
Wardrobe
Supervisor—
Steel Magnolias
Zach Hickle
Dresser
Max Holley
Dresser
Kayla Keller
Dresser
Caitie Martin
Wig and Makeup
Assistant, Dresser
“Why, then the world’s mine oyster.
Which I with sword will open.”
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Acting Company
J. TODD ADAMS*
LYNN ALLISON*
BECCA BALLENGER*
KYLE JEAN BAPTISTE
PEDAR BENSON BATE*
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival: Much Ado
About Nothing
(Benedick), Romeo
and Juliet (Mercutio),
Richard III (Clarence/
Catesby), The
Imaginary Invalid
(Bonnefoi), The
Winter’s Tale
(Cleomenes).
Regional: three
seasons at Great
Lakes Theater; Romeo
and Juliet (Mercutio)
at the Denver Center
Theatre Company;
Henry IV Pt. 1
(Hotspur), The Three
Musketeers (Aramis),
Love’s Labor’s
Lost (Costard), A
Midsummer Night’s
Dream (Puck),
Engaged (Belvawney)
at Shakespeare
Santa Cruz; The
Importance of Being
Earnest (Jack), The
Real Thing (Billy) at
PCPA; Drawer Boy,
Lonesome West,
Entertaining Mister
Sloane, Cyrano de
Bergerac (South
Coast Repertory);
Gross Indecency
(Mark Taper Forum);
King Lear (San
Diego Repertory); I
Pagliacci (Kennedy
Center, directed by
Franco Zeffirelli); and
performances at A
Noise Within, Arizona
Theatre Company,
Theatre at Boston
Court, Grove Theater
Center, and Utah
Shakespeare Festival.
Film/Television:
Gilmore Girls, The
West Wing, Flyboys,
and Warriors of Virtue.
Mr. Adams holds an
MFA from American
Conservatory Theater.
Twelve seasons.
Credits with ISF
and/or Great Lakes
Theater, Cleveland:
Betty Meeks—The
Foreigner; Mrs.
Mooney—Sweeney
Todd; Antonia/
Sexton—Much Ado
About Nothing;
Dottie—Noises Off;
Mrs. Boyle—The
Mousetrap; Lady
Montague—Romeo
and Juliet; Titania/
Hippolyta—A
Midsummer Night’s
Dream; Meredith—
Bat Boy: The Musical;
Lady Markby—An
Ideal Husband;
Princess Puffer—The
Mystery of Edwin
Drood; Adriana— The
Comedy of Errors;
Paulina—The Seagull;
Jack’s Mother—Into
the Woods; Countess
Rosillion—All’s Well
that Ends Well; Ann
Putnam/ Sarah
Good—The Crucible;
Mistress Overdone—
Measure for Measure;
Aunt Abby—Arsenic
and Old Lace; Lady
Britomart—Major
Barbara; Effy—The
Spitfire Grill; Mistress
Page—The Merry
Wives of Windsor;
Clara—Hay Fever;
Penny—You Can’t
Take It With You.
Also: Lake Tahoe
Shakespeare Festival,
Maria—Twelfth Night;
Opera Idaho/Boise
State University,
Maria Callas—Master
Class; and multiple
credits with Boise
Contemporary
Theater.
Becca Ballenger is
thrilled to return to
ISF for her second
season, after playing
the Ariel double
in The Tempest in
2007. A New Yorkbased actor, Becca’s
recent productions
include: The Hero
(Metropolitan
Playhouse), American
Stare (New Jersey
Rep), Occupy
Olympus and Richard
3 (FringeNYC),
Hotel Project (The
Internationalists),
The Consequences
(Williamstown Theatre
Festival) along with
workshops directed
by Shirley Knight,
Anthony Rapp,
Pam MacKinnon,
and others. TV/
Film credits
include Redrum
on Investigation
Discovery and James
Franco’s upcoming
Black Dog/Red
Dog. Graduate of
Interlochen Arts
Academy and
Fordham University.
Proud AEA. Love and
gratitude to my family
and Artie. It’s good to
be home.
www.beccaballenger.
com
Kyle Jean Baptiste
is very excited to
be joining Idaho
Shakespeare Festival
this summer for
the first time. Kyle
is delighted to be
playing the role
of Enjolras in Les
Misérables and to
be joining the cast
of The Merry Wives
of Windsor this
season. Kyle was last
seen playing Javert
in Les Misérables
(New London Barn
Playhouse), Tom in
Murder Ballad the
musical (Playhouse
Square Lab Theatre),
Billy Bigelow in
Carousel The Musical
(Baldwin Wallace
University) and Dr.
Ackerman in Love
Story The Musical
(Playhouse Square).
He is currently
pursuing a Bachelor
in Music Theater and
will graduate in 2015.
Most recently, Kyle
was nominated for
a New Hampshire
Theater Award for his
portrayal of Javert
in Les Misérables.
He wants to thank
his family and his
teachers for never
giving up on him.
He’d also like to thank
Idaho Shakespeare
for this opportunity.
Pedar is so pumped
to be making his
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival debut! He just
finished spending the
past three seasons
performing with the
Merry-Go-Round
Playhouse Youth
Theatre, touring
through beautiful
central and upstate
New York. Last
summer, Pedar
became a “Barnie,”
as a member of the
acting intern company
at New London
Barn Playhouse in
New London, New
Hampshire. Some
favorite regional
credits: Marius in
Les Misérables, New
London Barn; Oliver
Hix in The Music Man,
New London Barn;
Sam in My Mother’s
Lesbian Jewish
Wiccan Wedding,
MGR Playhouse.
Bachelor of Music in
vocal performance
from The Ohio State
University. Thank
you Vicky, Greg,
Tracy, and Charlie.
So very thankful for
my supportive family:
Meredith, Mom and
Dad, Marissa, Ben,
and Chris. “Let the
wine of friendship
never run dry.”
★ John & Carroll Sims
★ Hillary Dixon &
Josh Aller
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. Actors’ Equity Association (AEA), founded
in 1913, represents more than 45,000 actors and stage managers in the United States. Equity seeks to advance, promote and foster the art of live theatre as
an essential component of our society. Equity negotiates wages and working conditions, providing a wide range of benefits, including health and pension
plans. AEA is a member of the AFL-CIO, and is affiliated with FIA, an international organization of performing arts unions. The Equity emblem is our mark of
excellence. www.actorsequity.org
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Acting Company
LYNN ROBERT BERG*
LAURA WELSH BERG*
Lynn is excited to
be returning to
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival for his twelfth
season. Previously at
ISF: The title role of
Richard III, Jonas Fogg
in Sweeney Todd,
Dr. Purgeon in The
Imaginary Invalid,
Polixenes in The
Winter’s Tale, Friar
Laurence in Romeo
and Juliet, Caliban
in The Tempest,
Bill Walker in Major
Barbara, Edmund
in King Lear. Other
credits: Dr. Parker in
Bat Boy: The Musical,
Sandy Tyrell in Hay
Fever, Hortensio in
The Taming of the
Shrew, and the Ghost
of Jacob Marley in
A Christmas Carol
(Great Lakes Theater);
Malvolio in Twelfth
Night, and The
Complete Works of
William Shakespeare
(Abridged) (Lake
Tahoe Shakespeare
Festival); Friar
Laurence/Montague
in Short Shakespeare!
Romeo and Juliet,
Macbeth in Short
Shakespeare!
Macbeth (Chicago
Shakespeare Theater)
Rosencrantz and
Guildenstern are
Dead (Writer’s
Theater, Chicago)
All the Great Books,
Abridged (Delaware
Theatre Company)
Faust (Resident
Ensemble Players).
Lynn earned his MFA
at the University of
Delaware PTTP, and
is a proud member of
Actors’ Equity. SLL’M
Sixth Season with
ISF. Laura is thrilled
to be returning to
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival where she
was last seen as
Lady Anne in Richard
III, and ensemble
in Sweeney Todd.
Shows with ISF and
her sister company
Great Lakes Theater
include The Tempest,
Hay Fever, All’s Well
that Ends Well, Major
Barbara, Macbeth,
Love’s Labor’s Lost, A
Funny Thing...Forum,
Into the Woods,
Arsenic and Old Lace,
Measure for Measure,
Romeo and Juliet,
The Crucible, She
Stoops to Conquer,
and A Christmas
Carol. Credits at Lake
Tahoe Shakespeare
Festival include Viola
in Twelfth Night
and Speed in The
Two Gentlemen of
Verona. Chicago
credits include The
Farnsworth Invention
at Timeline Theater,
Arms and the Man at
Centerstage, and Mill
Fire at Sheil Park. She
has a BA in theater
from Baldwin Wallace
University, and a
MFA in acting from
DePaul University. She
is beyond thankful
for the amazing
Bergs of Boise (and
Feo-Fernandez
family!) and Millers
of Cleveland. And,
always, for Lynn.
STEPHEN MITCHELL
BROWN*
KATHRYN
CHERASARO*
Thrilled to be making
his ISF debut!
Broadway: Jekyll
& Hyde (revival).
National Tours: Jekyll
& Hyde, Chauvelin in
The Scarlet Pimpernel,
“Leadville” Johnny in
The Unsinkable Molly
Brown. Regional:
Rochester in Jane Eyre
(Legacy Theatre —
Atlanta’s Suzi Bass
Award), Oliver! (Paper
Mill Playhouse),
Enoch Snow in
Carousel, Professor
Bhaer in Little
Women, Nicely-Nicely
in Guys and Dolls
(all at Cumberland
County Playhouse),
Beast in Beauty and
the Beast (Fireside
Theatre), Capt. Albert
Lennox in The Secret
Garden (Theatre By
The Sea), Cinderella’s
Prince/Wolf in Into
the Woods and
Thurston Wheelis in
Greater Tuna (both at
Jenny Wiley Theatre).
BA in Theater with
Music Minor from
Muhlenberg College.
Proud member of
AEA and SAG-AFTRA.
Special thanks to
Victoria for the
opportunity to play a
dream role, Michael
Cassara, Eddie and
Take 3 Talent, Eric
Michael Gillett, Mom,
Dad, Ginger, Sadie,
and my wife, Leah
Jennings. Much love.
One Day More!
www.stephenmitchell
brown.com
Kathryn is thrilled
to be back in Boise
working with ISF for
her eighth season. Her
ISF credits include:
Pamela in The 39
Steps, Belinda in
Noises Off, Isabella in
Measure for Measure,
Elaine Harper in
Arsenic and Old Lace,
Louka in Arms and the
Man, Maria in Twelfth
Night, Mistress Ford
in The Merry Wives of
Windsor, Constanze
in Amadeus, Phoebe
in As You Like It,
Calphurnia in Julius
Caesar. Some of her
favorite roles include:
Sonya in Uncle
Vanya, Catherine
in The Memory of
Water, Lucy in The
Good Times are
Killing Me, Portia
in The Merchant of
Venice, Cherie in Bus
Stop, and Blue in
Beirut. Kathryn has
received a BFA from
the University of
Detroit and is a proud
member of SAG/
AFTRA/AEA unions.
Kathryn is based in
Los Angeles. Thank
you to all of her
friends and family.
Special love to Jack
and Rudy, I miss you
every day.
ALED DAVIES*
JODI DOMINICK*
14 seasons with ISF.
Capulet in Romeo and
Juliet; Major Metcalf
in The Mousetrap;
Monsieur Diafoirus in
The Imaginary Invalid;
Oberon/Theseus
in A Midsummer
Night’s Dream; Sheriff
Reynolds in Bat Boy:
The Musical; Your
Chairman in The
Mystery of Edwin
Drood; Sea Captain/
Priest in Twelfth
Night; King of France
in All’s Well that
Ends Well; Deputy
Governor Danforth
in The Crucible;
Duncan/Old Seward
in Macbeth; David
Bliss in Hay Fever;
Senex in A Funny
Thing Happened on
the Way to the Forum;
Boyet in Love’s
Labor’s Lost; Sir
Andrew Undershaft
in Major Barbara; Sir
Charles Marlow in She
Stoops to Conquer;
Gloucester in King
Lear; Jaques in As You
Like It; Julius Caesar
in Julius Caesar; The
Reverend Doctor
Chasuble in The
Importance of Being
Earnest; Chorus/
Williams in Henry
V; Sir Toby Belch
in Twelfth Night;
Leonato in Much Ado
About Nothing; Nicola
in Arms and the Man;
Claudius in Hamlet;
Antonio in The Two
Gentlemen of Verona;
Marcus Andronicus
in Titus Andronicus;
Camillo in The
Winter’s Tale; Friar
Laurence in Romeo
and Juliet; Storyteller
#1 in Cymbeline. Aled
has been a proud and
appreciative member
of Actors’ Equity for
30 years.
Seven seasons at ISF.
Previous roles include
Beggar Woman in
Sweeney Todd, Prince
Edward in Richard III,
Mollie Ralston in The
Mousetrap, Sally
Bowles in Cabaret,
The Baker’s Wife in
Into the Woods, Lady
MacDuff in Macbeth,
Olivia in Twelfth
Night, Helena
Landless in The
Mystery of Edwin
Drood, Lady Chiltern
in An Ideal Husband,
Bianca in Othello,
Ivana/Tailor in The
Taming of the Shrew,
Emilia in The Winter’s
Tale, Lucetta/ Outlaw
in The Two Gentlemen
of Verona, Louison in
The Imaginary Invalid
and Edith in Blithe
Spirit. Other theaters:
Great Lakes Theater,
New World Stages,
Hudson Backstage
Theater, The
Repertory Theatre of
St. Louis, The
Hayworth Theatre,
The Beck Center for
the Arts, Dobama
Theatre and The
Cincinnati Playhouse
in the Park. Jodi is a
graduate of Baldwin
Wallace University.
★Carrie & Mark
Matsko
★ Thank you to our generous BenefACTORs for supporting the 2014 acting company at the annual summer Gala.
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Acting Company
CLARE HOWES
EISENTROUT*
Clare Howes
Eisentrout is
gleefully spending
her second season
at ISF this summer,
following last year’s
appearances as
Johanna in Sweeney
Todd and Princess
Elizabeth in Richard
III. Most recently,
Clare appeared in a
reading of Prairie in
NYC. Other credits
include Sally (Follies,
Baldwin Wallace
University), Sally
Brown (You’re a
Good Man…, Weston
Playhouse) and
Martha (Spring
Awakening, Beck
Center for the Arts).
Clare is a 2013
graduate of Baldwin
Wallace University
and The Institute for
Integrative Nutrition,
where she earned her
BM in music theater
and her AADP Health
Coach certification,
respectively. Love to
the mom, the dad,
Mr. Sparky and Mr.
Sparkly, the Howes
and Eisentrout clans,
her babes in “the
city,” her T.E.A.M.,
and all of y’all as well.
TOM FORD*
KERI RENÉ FULLER
SHANARA GABRIELLE*
ATLIE GILBERT
IAN GOULD*
Eight seasons Idaho
Shakespeare Festival:
Sweeney in Sweeney
Todd, Argan in The
Imaginary Invalid,
Mr. Paravicini in The
Mousetrap, Autolycus
in The Winter’s Tale,
Baker in Into the
Woods, Pseudolus
in A Funny Thing
Happened on the
Way to the Forum,
Friar Laurence in
Romeo and Juliet,
King of Navarre
in Love’s Labor’s
Lost, Gremio in The
Taming of the Shrew,
Ford in The Merry
Wives of Windsor,
Touchstone in As You
Like It, Casca in Julius
Caesar, Hucklebee
in The Fantasticks
and the title role
in You’re A Good
Man, Charlie Brown.
Great Lakes Theater:
Eight seasons.
Boise Contemporary
Theater: This
Wonderful Life,
Truman Capote in Tru,
I Am My Own Wife
(co-produced with
ISF). Portland Stage
Company: Greater
Tuna, The Mystery
of Irma Vep, I Am My
Own Wife and many
others. Broadway:
Alan Ayckbourn and
Andrew Lloyd Weber’s
By Jeeves at the
Helen Hayes Theater.
New London Barn
Playhouse: Three
seasons. Visit me at
tomfordactor.com
Keri René Fuller could
not be more excited
to make her ISF debut
with some old and
new friends! She is
ecstatic to reprise the
role of Eponine after
doing Les Misérables
at New London
Barn Playhouse last
summer. Previous
credits include
Lizzie Borden in
Lizzie Borden: The
Musical and Sara in
Murder Ballad both
at Playhouse Square
in Cleveland; Maggie
Winslow in A Chorus
Line at Lyric Theatre
of Oklahoma; Lavinia
in Titus Andronicus
at Reduxion Classical
Theatre Company;
and Diana in All’s
Well that Ends Well
at Baldwin Wallace
University. Keri René
is graduating this
year with a BM from
the Musical Theatre
Program at Baldwin
Wallace University
as AEA. She would
like to thank her
family in Oklahoma
for supporting her
in anything and
everything she
does, James and the
Penca’s for being the
best second family a
girl could ask for, and
Victoria Bussert and
Gregory Daniels for
pushing her farther
than she ever thought
she could go. For
Tiffany.
Shanara Gabrielle
is thrilled to be
returning to Idaho
Shakespeare Festival
after playing Elvira
in Blithe Spirit last
season! Regional
highlights include:
Hannah Senesh
(New Jewish Theatre)
Betsy/Lindsey in
Clybourne Park,
Courtesan in The
Comedy of Errors,
a Witch in Macbeth
(Repertory Theatre
of St. Louis), Ilona
in She Loves Me
(Guthrie Theater),
Justine in The Love
List (American
Heartland Theatre),
Susannah in Black
Pearl Sings (The Black
Rep), Desdemona
in Othello, Rosaline
in Love’s Labour’s
Lost, Viola in
Twelfth Night (Great
River Shakespeare
Festival), Sarah
in Guys and Dolls
(Northern Stage),
Maple & Vine, The
Winners (HotCity
Theatre) and
Cooking With Elisa
(Upstream Theatre).
NYC highlights
include: Queenie
in The Wild Party,
Eve in The Truth,
Rose in Meet Me in
St. Louis. She has
appeared on Chicago
Fire, Conviction,
Guiding Light, and
in a number of
commercials and
independent films.
BFA – Webster
Conservatory of
Theatre Arts, Princess
Grace Foundation
Award, AEA, SAG
AFTRA. www.
shanaragabrielle.com
Atlie Gilbert is excited
to make her ISF
debut. Recently seen
as Audrey in As You
Like It (Great Lakes
Theater), Marilyn
Monroe in The
Interview: JFK (Civil
Rights Opera Project),
Phoebe in As You Like
It (Muse of Fire), and
Auntie Beatrice in
the premiere of Ryan
Scott Oliver and Ernie
Nolan’s new musical,
The Frog Prince
Continued (Emerald
City Theatre). Other
highlights include:
Metropolis, Porchlight
Music Theatre,
Redmoon, and
Clock Productions.
A Chicago-based
actor, improviser,
and teaching-artist,
Atlie is an adjunct
faculty member of the
voice department at
the Sherwood Music
Community School
at Columbia College
Chicago, frequently
performs improvbased comedy shows
with The Murder
Mystery Company
(Ensemble Member),
and holds a BFA in
musical theater from
The Chicago College
of the Performing
Arts at Roosevelt
University. Love to the
creative staff, family,
and friends!
Third season with
ISF: The Imaginary
Invalid, Antigonus in
The Winter’s Tale, Sir
Andrew Aguecheek
in Twelfth Night,
Bazzard in The
Mystery of Edwin
Drood, Medvedenko
in The Seagull, the
Dromios in The
Comedy of Errors.
Credits elsewhere
include Guildenstern
in both Rosencrantz
and Guildenstern are
Dead and Hamlet
(The Acting Company;
off-Broadway, on a
national tour and at
the Guthrie Theater),
Copenhagen (Luna
Stage), Twelfth
Night (Lake Tahoe
Shakespeare
Festival), The Miser
(Centerstage),
Amadeus (New
Harmony Theater),
Rough Crossing
(MetroStage), The
Devil’s Disciple
(Metropolitan
Playhouse), Titus
Andronicus,
Cymbeline, The Weir,
and Our Country’s
Good (Folding Chair
Classical Theatre) and
his six ISF productions
at Great Lakes
Theater. Film: The
Jew of Malta and The
Sandman. Training:
MFA, Shakespeare
Theatre Company
Academy for Classical
Acting; BFA, NYU.
Pittsburgh native.
★ Ed Miller &
Terri Stein
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
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Acting Company
CAROLE HEALEY*
TORSTEN JOHNSON*
RICHARD KLAUTSCH*
JUAN RIVERA LEBRON*
STITCH MARKER
LORI MCNALLY*
Ms. Healey has
acted and directed
at most of the major
regional theaters in
the country including
Oregon Shakespeare
Festival (Arcadia
as Hannah Jarvis,
Love’s Labor’s Lost,
Jacquenetta). Utah
Shakespeare Festival
company member
14 seasons (Lady
Macbeth, Portia in
Julius Caesar, Kate
in The Taming of
the Shrew, Regan in
King Lear, Golda in
Fiddler on the Roof,
Gwendolyn in The
Importance of Being
Earnest). Alabama
Shakespeare Festival
company member for
three years (Titania in
A Midsummer Night’s
Dream, Elvira in Blithe
Spirit), Southwest
Shakespeare (Lady
Macbeth, Kate in The
Taming of the Shrew,
The Merry Wives
of Windsor), Great
Lakes Theater (Arms
and the Man), Lake
Tahoe Shakespeare
(Measure for
Measure),
Denver Theatre
Center, Cincinnati
Playhouse in the
Park, Milwaukee
Repertory Theatre,
Theatreworks,
Portland Stage,
Riverside Theatre,
Kingshead Theatre
(London), Repertory
Theatre of St. Louis,
The Olney, The Cape
Playhouse, Pittsburgh
Public and many
others. Television and
film: Law and Order,
The Guiding Light,
The Understudy. MFA:
Professional Theatre
Training Program
at University of
Delaware.
Second season
with ISF. Idaho
Shakespeare Festival:
Richard III and the
Shakespearience tour
of Much Ado About
Nothing. The Guthrie:
A Christmas Carol and
Hay Fever. American
Players Theatre:
The Royal Family,
Richard III, Troilus
and Cressida and The
Admirable Crichton.
7th House Theater
Collective: Cinephilia;
Interlochen
Shakespeare Festival:
Hamlet and Twelfth
Night; University
of Minnesota:
Equivocation,
Uncle Vanya
and Antony and
Cleopatra. Training:
BFA, University of
Minnesota / Guthrie
Theater.
Richard has
worked with Idaho
Shakespeare Festival
for 22 years, in
such roles as David
in The Foreigner,
Dogberry in Much
Ado about Nothing,
Lloyd in Noises Off,
Sir Robert in An Ideal
Husband, Quince
in A Midsummer
Night’s Dream,
Kent in King Lear,
Macduff in Macbeth,
Salieri in Amadeus,
and Brutus in Julius
Caesar. Richard
has also worked at
Boise Contemporary
Theater, Great Lakes
Theatre in Cleveland,
UC Santa Barbara,
Primary Stages
in NYC, the Attic
Theatre in Detroit, the
Shakespeare Society
Theatre in LA, the
Kennedy Center, and
at the Purple Rose
Theatre in Chelsea,
Michigan. Richard is
currently the chair of
the Department of
Theater Arts at Boise
State University. He
received his MFA
and PhD degrees
from Wayne State
University in Detroit.
Third Season at ISF.
Other credits include:
Don John in Much
Ado About Nothing,
Clown in The Winter’s
Tale, Cleante in The
Imaginary Invalid at
Great Lakes Theater/
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival. Mr.
Wickham in Pride and
Prejudice, Florizel in
The Winter’s Tale at
The Guthrie Theater.
Seven seasons at
Oregon Shakespeare
Festival, selected
credits include:
Claudio in Much Ado
About Nothing, Sylvio
in Servant of Two
Masters, Rodolfo in A
View from the Bridge,
Benvolio in Romeo
and Juliet, Valentine in
The Two Gentlemen of
Verona. BFA, Carnegie
Mellon University.
U.S. delegation
to the Unesco/ITI
World Congress in
Madrid, Spain 2008.
Recipient of the Fox
Foundation Resident
Actor Fellowship
funded by William and
Eva Fox Foundation
and administered
by Theater
Communications
Group. Member of
AEA. Best honeymoon
ever! Like or follow
@ facebook/
juanriveralebron,
twitter/juanlebron.
GREENSHOW
PERFORMER,
UNDERSTUDY
Stitch has been acting
in and around Idaho
for 40 years, including
30 wonderful
seasons with Idaho
Shakespeare Festival.
He has also loved
acting with Boise
Contemporary
Theater, Idaho
Theater for Youth,
Lake Tahoe
Shakespeare Festival,
Company of Fools,
Southeast Ensemble
Theatre, Drop
Dance, Idaho Dance
Theatre, Knock ‘em
Dead, Ballet Idaho,
Opera Idaho, and
several guest artist
appearances at Boise
State Theatre Arts
Department. Stitch
has enjoyed many
school outreach tours
with Shakespearience
and Idaho Theater
for Youth and has
been a long time
educator, currently
at Washington
Elementary. He
has worked in film,
television, radio, and
rock ‘n roll. Stitch
loves being a Boise
native and is grateful
to this generous
community for its
continued support of
the arts.
Lori is pleased to be
working with ISF for
the first time.
Selected regional
credits include:
Hermia/A Midsummer
Night’s Dream/Lake
Tahoe Shakespeare,
Celia/As You Like It/
Southwest
Shakespeare, Juliet/
Romeo and Juliet/
Saratoga
Shakespeare, Wendy/
Peter Pan/Dorset
Theater Festival. New
York credits: Young
Blood Series with
Ensemble Studio
Theater, Angie/Mail
Order Bride (Chuck
Mee premiere)/
Beckett Theater, Iris/
La Tempestad/The
Ohio Theater.
Education: LAMDA /
B.A. Cornell
University. Thanks to
cast, crew and TK !!
★ Nick Miller &
Cathy Silak
★ Thank you to our generous BenefACTORs for supporting the 2014 acting company at the annual summer Gala.
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Acting Company
DOUGFRED MILLER*
BETSY MUGAVERO*
JUSTIN NESS*
TRACEE PATTERSON*
LAURA PERROTTA*
KATIE PROULX
In nine seasons with
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival his portrayals
include Macbeth,
Malvolio, Jaques
in As You Like It,
Jonathan in Arsenic
and Old Lace, Jack
in The Importance
of Being Earnest,
several Dukes, Don
Pedro in Much Ado
About Nothing,
Prince Hal in Henry
IV, Part 1 and Part 2,
and an Emperor in
Amadeus. He played
Richard in Richard
III and Benedick in
Much Ado About
Nothing for Tygres
Heart Shakespeare
Company, Prospero
in The Tempest and
the Duke in Measure
for Measure at
Texas Shakespeare
Festival, Versati in
The Underpants at
Milwaukee Repertory
Theatre, and Lysander
in a Vietnamese/
English production
of A Midsummer
Night’s Dream with
the Central Dramatic
Theatre Company
in Hanoi. Doug is a
graduate of the PTTP
at the University
of Delaware, and
a proud member
of Actors’ Equity
Association.
Betsy is thrilled to be
returning to Boise! ISF
credits include Romeo
and Juliet (Juliet) and
Noises Off! (Brooke).
Favorite recent credits
include the regional
premiere of Peter
and the Starcatcher
(Molly), A Midsummer
Night’s Dream
(Hermia), Henry V (the
Boy), Love’s Labor’s
Lost (Jaquenetta)
among others at
Utah Shakespeare
Festival; Romeo and
Juliet (Juliet), Much
Ado About Nothing
(Hero) at Great
Lakes Theater;The
Tempest (Miranda),
Philadelphia
Shakespeare Festival;
Romeo and Juliet
(Juliet), Pennsylvania
Shakespeare Festival.
MFA, University of
California, Irvine.
Member of Actors’
Equity Association.
Many thanks to her
Arden cast and crew
and to her family
and friends for their
support! Much love to
Q and Hank.
Justin is thrilled to be
back on the ISF stage
for his fourth season.
Last season, Justin
played Owen Musser
in The Foreigner. Prior
to that, Justin lived in
New York City where
he was a founding
acting company
member and served
as the managing
director for the
award winning Wide
Eyed Productions
(WEP). With WEP, he
produced, directed
and appeared in
over 18 off and
off-off Broadway
productions. ISF
credits include:
“Daniel” – The
Complete Works of
William Shakespeare
(Abbridged); Host/
Outlaw – The Two
Gentlemen of Verona;
Bazin/Ensemble – The
Three Musketeers;
Ensemble – Othello;
Ensemble – Amadeus.
Other regional
credits include:
Oliver Durney – The
Uncanny Valley;
Narrator – A Nighttime
Survival Guide,
Homer Collyer –
The Dazzle; Teddy
Hodell – Valparaiso
and BabbyBobby –
The Cripple of
Inishmaan with
Boise Contemporary
Theater. Film:
Searching for Bobby
D opposite Kevin
Dobson and Carmen
Electra. Justin
received his BA from
the Department
of Theater Arts, in
performance and
directing, at Boise
State University.
Tracee is delighted
to be making her ISF
debut, most recently
appearing as Mrs.
Bennet in Pride and
Prejudice under
Joseph Hanreddy
(director of ISF’s
Richard III last
season). Tracee has
played a variety of
roles in her hometown
of Cleveland, Ohio
including: Jean in
Dead Man’s Cell
Phone, Stevie in
The Goat (Dobama
Theatre); Desiree in
A Little Night Music
(Fairmount Theatre);
Lettice in Lettice and
Lovage, Timothea
in SeaMarks (Coach
House Theatre);
Woman 2 in Songs
for a New World,
Luisa in Nine (Cain
Park); Emma in Song
and Dance, Arkadina
in The Seagull,
and Mrs. Potts in
Beauty and the
Beast (Beck Center);
Holly in Nickel and
Dimed (Great Lakes
Theater); and Golda
in Fiddler on the
Roof (Porthouse
Theatre). She has won
a number of awards,
including the 2013
Cleveland Critics’
Circle Award for
Best Actress for her
portrayal of Medea
at Mamai Theatre.
Tracee is a proud
member of Actors’
Equity Association.
A native New Yorker,
Laura Perrotta has
worked extensively
in regional theater
including Off
Broadway and the
Kennedy Center in
Washington, D.C. She
currently resides in
Cleveland Heights and
has enjoyed the last
decade as a company
member at Great
Lakes Theater and
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival. Favorite
roles include Arkadina
in The Seagull,
Lady M in Macbeth,
Amanda Prynne in
Private Lives and
Mrs. Cheveley in An
Ideal Husband. At the
Cleveland Play House
she has appeared
in The Front Page,
Eric Coble’s Under
the Flesh and Sandy
Perlman’s Jocasta.
She returned this
winter to play Miss
Shields in their
holiday production
of A Christmas
Story. This spring,
she appeared as
Jessie Cates in
‘night, Mother at
Beck Center for the
Arts and will play
Hesione Hushabye
in Heartbreak House
this summer at Mamai
Theater Co.
Katie Proulx is
excited to be in
Idaho making her ISF
debut. Select credits
include Georgie in
Spike Heels (W 19th
Street Theatre, NYC),
Hannah in The Art of
Dining (Harborfields
Theater Co.), the Mute
in The Fantasticks
(Winnipesaukee
Playhouse),
Tracy Lord in The
Philadelphia Story
(The Concord
Players), Meg in Little
Women (Stagecoach
Productions), Florence
in the premiere
production of
Ghost Hunting (NH
Theatre Factory),
Wet: Shakespeare
(NYCDA), Joseph
(Palace Theatre), and
Carmen (Granite State
Opera). A graduate of
the NY Conservatory
of Dramatic Arts,
Katie has trained and
worked throughout
NH, Boston, and NYC
and was an original
company member of
the Roschman Dance
Company in NYC.
Katie is very happy
to be here working
with her fiancé Joel
and this talented
company.
★ Spink Butler Clark
Lamer & Miller, LLP
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
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Acting Company
GORDON REINHART*
MICKEY RYAN
Eleventh season at
ISF: directing Noises
Off, Amadeus, Twelfth
Night, Greater Tuna,
Tuna Christmas, and
The 39 Steps; acting
in Julius Caesar, As
You Like It, Othello,
An Ideal Husband,
The Merry Wives of
Windsor, and The
Foreigner. Boise
Contemporary
Theater: Lopakhin –
The Cherry Orchard,
Renfield – Dracula,
Peter – At Home at
the Zoo. Company of
Fools: Astrov – Uncle
Vanya, Gerardo –
Death and the
Maiden. Boise Art
Museum: Yvan – Art.
MFA – West Virginia
University. Theater
Arts Professor – Boise
State University. AEA,
SDC, and SAG.
Gordon’s work is
dedicated to his wife
Nataliya.
Mickey Ryan is
endlessly excited to
be making his debut
with ISF. He can be
seen this summer as
Joly in Les Misérables
and The Merry Wives
of Windsor. He
recently finished a
run of Carrie at Beck
Center for the Arts.
Other credits include
Carousel (Enoch
Snow), 25th APC
Spelling Bee (Leaf
Coneybear), Titanic
(Hitchens), and Into
the Woods (Jack).
Mickey is a rising
senior at Baldwin
Wallace University,
where he is pursuing
a BM in music theater.
At BWU, Mickey is
also a proud member
of BWBeatles, the
oldest collegiate
Beatles festival in the
nation. Big thanks to
all friends and family,
BWMT’15, Vicky, and
Mom.
★ John & Jackie
Parrish
DAVID ANTHONY
SMITH*
This is David’s
fourteenth season
with the Festival.
Audiences have seen
him as Hannay in The
39 Steps, Iago in
Othello, Lord Goring
in An Ideal Husband,
title role in Henry V,
Algernon in The
Importance of Being
Earnest, Sergius in
Arms and the Man,
and as Benedick,
Petruchio, Beroune,
Laertes, Lucio, Mark
Antony, Mercutio and
Parolles. Other
theaters: ten seasons
with Great Lakes
Theater, The Old
Globe, Laguna
Playhouse, South
Coast Rep, Sierra Rep,
Madison Rep, The Will
Geer Theatricum
Botanicum and the
Shakespeare Festivals
of Nevada, Utah,
Colorado, Garden
Grove (CA) and
Westerly Shakespeare
in the Park (RI). David
has played Iago,
Romeo, Dromio,
Bassanio, Lucio and
other roles ending in
“o.” In addition to
numerous television
appearances, David
has starred in the
feature films The
Hanoi Hilton, Field of
Fire, Terror in
Paradise and
Judgment Day.
Forever and a day
Natalia.
★ Kevin Allen &
Mindi Ridgeway
ERIC DAMON SMITH*
NICK STEEN*
BRIAN SUTHERLAND*
Two seasons at ISF. A
Chicago-based actor
and director, Eric
happily returns to
ISF. Last season Eric
appeared in Blithe
Spirit (Charles), Much
Ado About Nothing
(Balthasar/Friar
Francis), Sweeney
Todd, and Richard
III (2nd Murderer
and Bishop of Ely).
Recently, Eric was
seen as Bud in
Gutenberg! The
Musical at Milwaukee
Repertory Theatre
and Bassanio in The
Merchant of Venice
and Oliver in As You
Like It at Riverside
Theatre in the Park
in Iowa City. Other
Chicago credits
include his Jeff-Award
nominated turn as
Flaminio Scala in the
Midwest premiere of
The Glorious Ones
with Boho and at
Theatre on the Lake,
Jacques in As You
Like It at Muse of Fire,
Mosca in Volpone,
directed by Sheldon
Patinkin at City Lit
Theatre and Jamie in
Long Day’s Journey
into Night at Polarity,
as well as work with
Remy Bumppo and
Northlight Theatre.
Eric trained at Hofstra
University.
Nick is extremely
honored and excited
to be making his
debut at Idaho
Shakespeare Festival.
Other regional credits
include: American
Conservatory
Theater—Orestes in
Elektra and Topper
in A Christmas Carol.
Shakespeare Santa
Cruz—Antonio in
Twelfth Night. Other
roles include: Torvald
in A Doll’s House,
Harry Bagely and
Martin in Cloud 9,
Lord Byron in Block
Eight on the Camino
Real, Beau in The
Traveling Companion,
Moe in The American
Clock, Cassio in
Othello, and Horace
in Courtship. Nick
received his BFA
from the University
of Evansville and his
MFA from American
Conservatory Theater.
Follow his journey at
www.NickSteen.com!
ISF debut!
Mr. Sutherland
has appeared on
Broadway as Captain
Von Trapp in The
Sound of Music,
Thomas Jefferson in
1776, King Marchan
in Victor/Victoria,
and Munkustrap in
Cats. Other Broadway
credits include Steel
Pier, Dance a Little
Closer, and A Change
in the Heir, and he
played Starbuck in
110 in the Shade at
NYC Opera. National
tours include Roy
Johnson in The
Light in the Piazza,
Julian in Disney’s
On the Record, Sky
Masterson in Guys
and Dolls (w/Maurice
Hines), Clifford
Bradshaw in Cabaret
(w/Joel Grey), and
Julian Marsh in 42nd
Street (European
tour). Numerous
regional theater
includes Sondheim
on Sondheim (Great
Lakes Theater), Fred/
Petruchio in Kiss Me,
Kate and El Gallo
in The Fantasticks
(St. Louis Rep),
Charlie Anderson in
Shenandoah (Fords
Theatre), Don Quixote
in Man of La Mancha
(Pittsburgh Public),
and The Pirate King in
Pirates of Penzance
(Guthrie Theatre).
He holds a BA in
musical theater from
the University of New
Hampshire.
★ Thank you to our generous BenefACTORs for supporting the 2014 acting company at the annual summer Gala.
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Acting Company
ALEX SYIEK*
M.A. TAYLOR*
DUSTIN TUCKER*
ANDREW VOSS
CHRISTINE WEBER*
SAM WOLF*
This is Alex’s
second season with
ISF. Last season:
Richmond/Richard III,
Policeman/Sweeney
Todd. Some of his
other favorite roles
include Bob Wallace/
White Christmas/
Northern Stage, Mr.
Franklin/Passing
Strange/14th St.
Theatre, and Andrew
Jackson/Bloody,
Bloody Andrew
Jackson/Color and
Light Theatre. Alex
holds a Bachelor of
Music from Baldwin
Wallace University’s
Conservatory of Music
and is a member of
AEA. Alex would like
to thank Vicky Bussert
for her incredible
guidance, and his
sister and parents
for their constant
support.
MA returns to ISF
for season 18. He is
probably “that one
guy, you saw in that
one show, that one
time…” Most recent
roles for ISF include
Beadle, Sweeney
Todd; Lord Rivers,
Richard III; Verges,
Much Ado About
Nothing. Also seen in:
The Imaginary Invalid,
Romeo and Juliet,
The Two Gentlemen
of Verona, The
Complete Works of
William Shakespeare
(Abridged), A
Midsummer Night’s
Dream, Arsenic and
Old Lace. Other
credits include:
Candy, Of Mice and
Men (PTTP/Rep);
title role Dracula
(Boise Contemporary
Theater), Launce, The
Two Gentlemen of
Verona, Gravedigger/
Player King, Hamlet
(Pennsylvania
Shakespeare
Festival), and Crave
and Fully Committed
(Tooth & Nail Theater
in Salt Lake City).
He holds an MFA
from the University
of Delaware’s
Professional Theatre
Training Program
(PTTP). Thanks to his
families (genetic and
professional) all of
whom I love. Go Tribe!
Dustin is so honored
to be making his
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival debut with
this delightful play
and company. His
recent credits include
Touchstone in As You
Like It (Great Lakes
Theater), Vigil by
Morris Panych and
his sixth season of
The Santaland Diaries
(BroadwayWorld
Best Actor) both
with Portland Stage
Company, as well
as Quince in A
Midsummer Night’s
Dream at Lake Tahoe
Shakespeare Festival,
directed by Charles
Fee. Broadway:
The Rainmaker
(Roundabout). OffBroadway credits
include: SoHo Rep,
Dicapo Opera,
Primary Stages,
Culture Project and
Edge. Dustin currently
resides in Portland,
Maine, where he is
an Affiliate Artist
with Portland Stage
Company and has
appeared in Fully
Committed, The 39
Steps, Greater Tuna
and Bach at Leipzig
among others.
His other regional
credits include:
Williamstown, Sierra
Rep, Festival Stage
of Winston-Salem
and The Theater at
Monmouth. Dustin is
a proud and blessed
member of Actors’
Equity Association.
www.dustintucker.
com.
Andrew is thrilled
to be making his
Idaho Shakespeare
debut. He spent last
summer at Illinois
Shakespeare Festival,
playing The Bloody
Sergeant / Doctor in
Macbeth, The 2nd
Merchant in The
Comedy of Errors,
and Pal the Dog /
Ensemble in Failure
a Love Story. He
earned his BFA in
acting at University
of Wisconsin,
Milwaukee. Some
MKE credits include:
Ferdinand in The
Tempest, Antonio in
Twelfth Night, and
Macduff in Macbeth
with Optimist Theatre.
Hal in Picnic and
Walley in Broken
and Entered with
Milwaukee Chamber
Theatre. He is a
founding member of
Youngblood Theater
Co. Some YB credits
include Savage in
Limbo, Red Light
Winter, Drive Me to
Arson, Freakshow,
Minnesota Moon,
Cartoon, and Dying
City. He is a proud
Milwaukeean and
will dearly miss his
home. He would like
to thank his family for
their steadfast love
and support, and his
best friend Megan for
everything else.
GLT/ISF/LTSF: As
You Like It (Celia).
Guthrie Theater: Pride
and Prejudice (Jane
Bennet), The Winter’s
Tale (Perdita), When
We Are Married
(Nancy), The
Merchant of Venice
(Jessica), A Christmas
Carol (Belle/Fred’s
Wife), Romeo and
Juliet (Lady Capulet,
a co-production with
The Acting Company),
When I was a Ghost...
(Dasha). Other credits
include Children’s
Theatre Company:
The Wizard of Oz ,
One Flew Over the
Cuckoo’s Nest (Nurse
Ratched), Cabaret
(Lulu), Company
(Kathy). Walking
Shadow Theater
Company: See
You Next Tuesday
(Casey). Minnesota
Centennial Showboat:
The Count of Monte
Cristo (Mercedes).
Theater L’Homme
Dieu: You Can’t Take
It With You (Alice),
Biloxi Blues (Daisy).
Directing credits
include: Director of
Striking 12 (2 seasons
at Bloomington Civic
Theater); assistant to
Rob Melrose, Freud’s
Last Session, and
directing intern to
Henry Wishcamper,
The Birds (Guthrie
Theater). B.F.A. from
the University of
Minnesota/Guthrie
Theater Actor Training
Program. A proud
member of Actors’
Equty. All my love to
J, A, O and B. www.
christinemweber.com
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival debut!
Regional: Guys
and Dolls (Angie
the Ox) directed
by Tony nominee
Dan Knechtges,
Xanadu (Sonny),
Bloody Bloody
Andrew Jackson
(John Calhoun/Male
Soloist), Grease
(Roger), Footloose
(Travis). Other: Rent
(Roger), Singin’ in
the Rain (Cosmo),
All Shook Up (Chad),
Swing! (principal
dancer). Sam is a
senior music theater
major at Baldwin
Wallace University,
where he was seen
in Carousel (Captain),
Follies (Young
Vincent) and Titanic
(Mr. D’amico). Many
thanks to Vicky,
Greg, Scott, Czarnota,
Charlie, Sara, and
Slayzie. Endless love
to Emily, and Mom
and Dad. BWMT15!
★ Laura & Alan
Shealy
★ Thank you to our generous BenefACTORs for supporting the 2014 acting company at the annual summer Gala.
* Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
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Directors, Choreographers, & Designers
VICTORIA BUSSERT
MARTÍN CÉSPEDES
DIRECTOR
CHOREOGRAPHER
Victoria Bussert
balances the
professional and
academic worlds
dividing her time
between an active
career as an awardwinning free-lance
director while
holding the position
of Director of Music
Theatre for Baldwin
Wallace University.
Nationally, her work
has been seen at
Manhattan Theatre
Club, York Theatre,
New World Stages,
Goodspeed Opera,
Playhouse Square,
Portland Stage,
Dallas Theatre Center,
Repertory Theatre of
St. Louis, Cincinnati
Playhouse in the
Park and the Beck
Center for the Arts
among others.
Her international
credits include Friar
Tuck in Russia, The
Who’s Tommy in
Brazil, the Danish
premiere of Avenue
Q (2012 Reumert
Award nomination)
and the European
premieres of Lizzie
and [title of show]
for the Fredericia
Teater in Denmark.
Recent productions
include the awardwinning ISF/GLT
Sweeney Todd;
along with Carrie at
the Beck Center and
Murder Ballad at
Playhouse Square,
both collaborations
with choreographer
Greg Daniels. Special
thanks to Charlie,
Greg, Joel, Jeff, Esther
and the entire ISF
family. For Dale.
Four seasons at Idaho
Shakespeare Festival.
Martín is happy
to return to Idaho
Shakespeare and to
be working with Ed
Morgan for the first
time. At ISF, he has
choreographed The
Comedy of Errors,
Into the Woods, Bat
Boy: The Musical,
and Much Ado About
Nothing. Favorite
productions include
Nine The Musical;
Equus; Smokey
Joe’s Café; Five Guys
Named Moe; Ain’t
Misbehavin’ and My
Way (the Music of
Frank Sinatra). He has
appeared in several
Broadway national
tours, including Man
of La Mancha, The
King and I, South
Pacific, and West Side
Story. His most recent
opera credit was
Le Cid with Placido
Domingo live from
Kennedy Center. He is
an alumnus of Jacqus
d’Amboise’s National
Dance Institute at
New York City’s PS
161. Martín has won
numerous awards
some including the
2013 Cleveland Critics
Circle Award for best
choreography.
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JOE COURT
SOUND DESIGNER
Joe Court is excited
to design for Idaho
Shakespeare Festival
for the first time.
Joe is a professional
sound designer who
has been based out of
Chicago since 2006.
He is a company
member with MaryArrchie Theatre
Company. He has
designed over 80
shows since moving
to Chicago for many
different theater
companies including
Mary-Arrchie, A
Red Orchid, The
Inconvenience, TUTA,
Emerald City, The
Raven, Seanachai,
TheatreSeven,
Backstage, Boho,
Lifeline, Pine Box,
The Gift, Step Up,
University of Chicago,
The Clarence Brown
Theatre (Knoxville,
TN) and The Illinois
Shakespeare Festival.
From 2008 until 2012,
Joe served as sound
engineer for the
Chicago production
of the Tony Award
winning musical
Million Dollar Quartet.
Joe also serves as
adjunct faculty in
sound design at Ball
State University. He
received a Joseph
Jefferson Award
nomination in 2009
for his design for The
Unseen with A Red
Orchid Theatre.
starring Clint Holmes;
Putting It Together,
starring Tony Award
winners Lillias White
and Chuck Cooper;
Dreamgirls; Lizzie
Borden: The Rock
Musical; Hairspray
and Hair. He also
had the rare honor
of creating and
choreographing a
brand new number
for The Rockettes.
As head of the
Dance Department
at Baldwin Wallace
University, he has
choreographed Rent;
La Boheme; Titanic;
Follies; Carousel
and next fall will
choreograph A
Chorus Line. Special
thanks to my creative
collaborating partner
Vicky, Charlie and
the entire ISF family,
and especially to
Jared for always being
there for me with a
smile, support and
inspiration.
Theater, and many
BCT productions
including: The
Uncanny Valley, Red,
A Nighttime Survival
Guide, Gruesome
Playground Injuries,
A Permanent Image,
Norway and Namaste
Man! She earned her
BA from Middlebury
College and MFA from
NYU’s Tisch School
of the Arts. Raquel
serves as resident
designer for O’Neill
Theatre Center’s
National Playwrights
Conference and
faculty member of
BSU’s Department
of Theatre Arts. She
would like to thank
the entire creative
team and staff for
their artistry.
CHARLES FEE
DIRECTOR
RAQUEL DAVIS
LIGHTING DESIGNER
GREGORY DANIELS
CHOREOGRAPHER
Gregory is thrilled
to return to ISF after
choreographing
Cabaret in 2011.
Credits include the
regional premieres
of Carrie: The
musical and Spring
Awakening, both
at the Beck Center
and Sondheim on
Sondheim at Great
Lakes Theater;
Anything Goes,
starring Tony Award
nominee Dee Hoty;
the world premiere
of a new musical,
My Own Song,
Raquel Davis is
excited for her
third season with
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival, having
previously designed
Noises Off and The
Foreigner. Other
credits include world
premiers of Untitled
Feminist Show /
Walker Arts Center
and Baryshnikov
Arts Center, LEAR /
SoHo REP, A Bright
New Boise / Partial
Comfort Productions,
Reading Under the
Influence / Daryl
Roth Theatre, End
Days / Ensemble
Studio Theatre, The
Clean House / GEVA
Theatre Center,
Boom! / Perseverance
23rd season as
producing artistic
director of Idaho
Shakespeare Festival.
Charles is also
producing artistic
director of Great
Lakes Theater (GLT) in
Ohio and Lake Tahoe
Shakespeare Festival
(LTSF) in Nevada. This
season he will direct
Ira Levin’s Deathtrap.
In prior seasons,
he has directed
Shakespeare’s
Romeo and Juliet,
The Comedy of
Errors, All’s Well that
Ends Well, Macbeth,
Twelfth Night, Much
Ado About Nothing,
Henry the Fourth Part
One, A Midsummer
Night’s Dream, The
Winter’s Tale, The
Two Gentlemen of
Verona, Hamlet,
and As You Like It.
His work outside
the Shakespearean
canon includes Nöel
Coward’s Blithe Spirit,
Private Lives and Hay
Fever, George Bernard
Shaw’s Arms and the
Man, Oscar Wilde’s
The Importance of
Being Earnest, Oliver
Goldsmith’s She
Stoops to Conquer,
Dickens’ A Christmas
Carol, Molière’s
Tartuffe, Alexander
Dumas’ The Three
Musketeers, and The
Complete Works of
William Shakespeare
(Abridged) by Adam
Long, Daniel Singer
and Jess Winfield.
Prior to joining ISF,
Charles held the
position of artistic
director at Sierra
Repertory Theatre in
Sonora, California.
He also has worked
with such companies
as The Old Globe,
La Jolla Playhouse,
the Milwaukee and
Missouri Repertory
Theaters, Actors
Theatre of Phoenix,
and Los Angeles
Shakespeare Festival.
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival has garnered
significant awards
under Mr. Fee’s
artistic leadership,
including the 1995
Mayor’s Award for
Excellence in the Arts;
the 1996 and 2006
FUNDSY awards; and
the 2000 Governor’s
Award for Excellence
in the Arts. In 2001,
Charles was honored
for his work as a
director with the
Mayor’s Award for
Excellence in the Arts.
He received his BA
from the University
of the Pacific, and
Master of Fine Arts
from the University of
California, San Diego.
Charlie’s peripatetic
life style is only
possible because of
the love and support
of his wife Lidia and
19-year-old daughter,
Alexa!
Directors, Choreographers, & Designers
SARI KETTER
DIRECTOR
JOE CONLEY GOLDEN
ESTHER M. HABERLEN
JEFF HERRMANN
RICHARD B. INGRAHAM
ALEX JAEGER
GREENSHOW
PRODUCER
COSTUME DESIGNER
SCENIC DESIGNER—
LES MISÉRABLES
SOUND DESIGNER
COSTUME DESIGNER
Richard is happy
to be spending his
second summer in
Idaho. Richard, a
native of Cleveland
Ohio, has designed
sound for numerous
theaters in the
midwest and around
the country including,
Baldwin Wallace
University, Beck
Center for the Arts,
Cain Park, Chagrin
Falls Performing
Arts Academy, The
Cleveland Play
House, Dobama
Theatre, University
of Evansville, Great
Lakes Theater, Hope
Summer Repertory
Theatre, Magical
Theatre Company
and Oberlin College.
Previously at ISF,
he designed sound
for Blithe Spirit and
Sweeney Todd.
Richard has worked
as a show control
programmer and
installer for several
clients including:
Royal Caribbean
Cruise Lines, The
Lincoln Library
and Museum in
Springfield, IL and
Stone Mountain Park
in Georgia. He has
also taught sound
design and related
course work at The
Carnegie Mellon
School of Drama and
The University of
Evansville Theatre
Department.
Second season at ISF.
The Taming of the
Shrew (GLT/ISF); Two
Sisters and a Piano
(Public Theater); A
Parallelogram, Other
Desert Cities (Mark
Taper Forum); Major
Barbara, Arcadia,
Once in a Lifetime,
Maple and Vine and
many others (A.C.T.
San Francisco); A
Streetcar Named
Desire, Cat on a Hot
Tin Roof, August:
Osage County, Romeo
and Juliet and others
(Oregon Shakespeare
Festival), Rock ‘n
Roll (The Huntington
Theatre); Interpreting
William (Indiana Rep);
The Nether, The Paris
Letter, Eclipsed (Kirk
Douglas Theatre).
Additionally, Alex
has longstanding
relationships with the
Magic Theatre, South
Coast Repertory, The
Studio Theatre in
D.C., and the Geffen
Playhouse. He also
works as a celebrity
stylist in Los Angeles.
Alex is the recipient of
numerous awards for
his designs, including
two Ovation awards.
Joe is silly with
excitement to be back
on the boards doing
his 22nd season of
Greenshows with
Tom Willmorth.
Favorite ISF credits
include: The 39
Steps, The Greater
Tuna plays, Bottom
in A Midsummer
Night’s Dream, Cloten
in Cymbeline. For
Boise Contemporary
Theater, he and
Tom premiered their
play The Krumblin
Foundation. Other
BCT credits include:
Waiting for Godot,
Stones in his Pockets,
and The Cherry
Orchard. He chairs
the Department of
Theater and Speech
Arts at The College of
Idaho and is a proud
member of Actors’
Equity Association.
Joe loves living in
Boise with Paula,
Nick, Cedar, and his
lovely little muses,
Oriana and Kelly.
Esther M. Haberlen
is returning to her
eighth season with
ISF and her second
design, after last
season’s Much Ado
About Nothing. Her
work has been seen
on the stages of
Cleveland Institute
of Music, Dobama
Theater, Cleveland
Public Theater, Beck
Center, Baldwin
Wallace Conservatory,
and the Cleveland
Play House/ CWRU
MFA Acting Program.
Esther has been
on staff with ISF’s
sister company Great
Lakes Theater since
2003, in various roles
including wardrobe
supervisor, assistant
shop manager and
draper, as well as
resident designer for
GLT’s Surround Tour
and All-City Musical.
Other regional credits:
Pittsburgh Public
Theater, Pittsburgh
Civic Light Opera,
and Chautauqua
Theater Company.
Esther holds a BFA in
theater production
and design from State
University of New
York – Fredonia and is
a native of Syracuse,
NY. Many thanks to
the talented artists
and technicians she
has the pleasure to
collaborate with,
especially her best
friend and husband,
Richard.
Jeff is pleased to
return to Idaho
Shakespeare
Festival for his ninth
season. Previous
productions for ISF
include Sweeney
Todd, Cabaret, Bat
Boy: The Musical,
The Mystery of Edwin
Drood, A Funny Thing
Happened on the
Way to the Forum
and Into the Woods,
all joint productions
with Great Lakes
Theater in Cleveland.
Other ISF production
designs include I Love
You, You’re Perfect,
Now Change, The
Spitfire Grill, Little
Shop of Horrors and
Noises Off. Jeff is a
professor of theater
at Baldwin Wallace
University. As the
resident scenic and
lighting designer for
the program, recent
production design
work for Baldwin
Wallace has included
Eurydice, Carousel,
Noises Off, Henry IV
Part 1, Murder Ballad
and The Seagull. Jeff
holds an MFA in scene
and lighting design
from Southern Illinois
University and he is
a member of United
Scenic Artists Local
829. Jeff resides in
Lakewood, Ohio with
his partner Bob.
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival, Guthrie
Theater, Shakespeare
Santa Cruz, Great
Lakes Theater,
Intiman Theater,
Portland Stage,
History Theatre,
The Pillsbury House
Theatre, Mixed Blood
Theater, The Ordway
Music Theater,
Minneapolis Theater
Garage, Gilbert &
Sullivan Very Light
Opera Company,
College Light Opera
Company on Cape
Cod, University of
Missouri Kansas City
MFA Actor Training
Program, Guthrie
Theater/University of
MN BFA Actor Training
Program. She has
staged operas and
revues for Minnesota
Orchestra, SPCO, St.
Louis Symphony, the
Pittsburgh Symphony,
Houston Symphony
and Moore By Four.
She has been an
assistant director
on Broadway, offBroadway, Lincoln
Center, Arena Stage,
Seattle Repertory
Theater, Hartford
Stage Company,
Denver Theater
Center, Manhattan
School of Music,
Playwrights Horizons
and The Acting
Company. For ten
years, she was on the
artistic staff of the
Guthrie Theater.
page 47
Directors, Choreographers, & Designers
RUSSELL METHENY
SCENIC DESIGNER
RICK MARTIN
JOEL MERCIER
KEN MERCKX
LIGHTING DESIGNER
MUSICAL DIRECTOR
Many productions
with ISF including
Blithe Spirit, A
Midsummer Night’s
Dream, Romeo and
Juliet, The Woman
in Black and The
Crucible. Other
theater: US premiere
of Kurt Weil’s Marie
Galante (Opéra
Français de NY),
Hekabe, The Illiad
and The Rage of
Achilles with MusicTheatre Group (New
York and Santa Fe)
and The Bitter Tears
of Petra van Kant
(Henry Miller Theatre,
New York). Opera:
Le Diable dans le
Beffroi, La Chute de la
Maison Usher (Opéra
national de Paris –
scenery and lighting),
La Cenerentola,
Dialogues des
Carmélites (Opéra
de Toulon), Castor
et Pollux, Pelléas et
Méllisande and To Be
Sung (Opéra Français
de NY) and Roméo
et Juliette (Spoleto
Festival USA).
Concerts: Harawi
(Opéra Comique,
Paris – scenery and
lighting), Le martyre
de Saint Sébastien
(Cité de la Musique,
Paris and Arsenal,
Metz), Orchestre
national de Lyon
and the Orchestre
de Champs Élysées
(Lyon, Poitiers,
Buenos Aires,
Montevideo, São
Paulo). Upcoming:
Harawi (US Tour).
Member: United
Scenic Artists, Local
USA 829, IATSE.
Joel Mercier is excited
to be in Idaho for the
first time working
for ISF. An award
winning New England
based director,
music director and
composer, recent
music direction
credits include
The Spitfire Grill,
Nunsense, and
Chicago (Northern
Stage, VT); Les
Misérables, Ragtime,
Drowsy Chaperone,
and Legally Blonde
(New London Barn
Playhouse, NH);
Spring Awakening,
Hairspray, and
Rent (Dartmouth
College); national
tour of A Christmas
Carol: A Sparkling
New Musical (CMI
Entertainment, NYC).
Prior to relocating
to NH, Joel’s work
in NYC comprised of
assisting numerous
shows, readings, and
concerts including
off-Broadway and
the Nokia Theatre
Times Square as
music director,
music copyist,
and supervisor. A
graduate of the Hartt
School of Music, Joel
was artistic associate
at the New London
Barn Playhouse for
six seasons, a guest
artist at Dartmouth
College for the past
three, and is currently
the artistic director
of the newly founded
NH Theatre Factory
in Southern NH. Joel
is thankful to be
working with this
wonderful company,
and especially his
amazing fiancé, Katie.
www.joelmercier.com
for more info.
FIGHT
CHOREOGRAPHER
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Ken Merckx has
choreographed
fights and taught
actors theatrical
combat for film,
television, theater
and universities all
across the country.
Ken is the resident
fight choreographer
for Idaho and Lake
Tahoe Shakespeare
Festivals, A Noise
Within (Los Angeles)
and the Great Lakes
Theater (Cleveland).
He is proud to have
staged violence
for the world
premieres of Steven
Dietz’s Sherlock
Holmes: The Final
Adventure (Pasadena
Playhouse), Jeffery
Hatcher’s Dr. Jekyll &
Mr. Hyde (San Jose
Repertory) and The
Suicide Club (Arizona
Theatre Company),
Octavio Solis’
Cloudlands (South
Coast Repertory), Jane
Martin’s Somebody/
Nobody directed
by Jon Jory (Arizona
Theatre Company)
and the theatrical
adaptation of Khaled
Hosseini’s The Kite
Runner (San Jose
Repertory). Mr.
Merckx received his
MFA, in acting, from
the University of
Illinois and his BA,
in theater studies,
from the University of
Washington.
For Idaho Shakespeare
Festival, Russell
has designed The
Mousetrap, The
39 Steps, The Two
Gentlemen of Verona,
The Woman in Black,
Othello, The Seagull,
The Comedy of Errors,
Measure for Measure,
The Tempest, Arsenic
and Old Lace, A Tuna
Christmas, Greater
Tuna, King Lear,
Love’s Labor’s Lost,
Julius Caesar. Russell
also has designed
for Great Lakes
Theater and Lake
Tahoe Shakespeare
Festival. Mr. Metheny
has designed for
many regional
theaters across the
country. Upcoming
productions include
1776 for ACT San
Francisco, 4000
Miles for The
Studio Theatre, DC,
Philadelphia Here I
Come for The Asolo
Theatre, Who Am I
This Time for Indiana
Repertory Theatre.
PAUL MILLER
LIGHTING DESIGNER
Broadway: Legally
Blonde, Freshly
Squeezed, Laughing
Room Only; Irma La
Dounce, Where’s
Charley?, Lost in
the Stars, Of Thee I
Sing, and Music in
the Air (Encores).
Off-Broadway: Lucky
Guy, Nunsense,
Vanities - the Musical,
Waiting for Godot,
Addicted, Balancing
Act. Regional: three
seasons Stratford
Shakespeare Festival,
Chicago Shakespeare,
Cleveland Play
House, Pasadena
Playhouse, Bay
Street, Lookingglass,
Goodspeed. Tours:
Elf, Shrek, Storytime
Live, Wizard of Oz,
Sweeney Todd,
Legally Blonde,
Nunsense, Scooby
Doo, The Sound of
Music. Television: Live
from Lincoln Center;
“New Year’s Eve
Celebration in Times
Square”.
have been honored
with Washington’s
Helen Hayes awards
and nominations, and
also by the Drama
League of NY. He is a
member of SD&C and
AEA. His website is:
www.edward-morgan.
com.
NATHAN MOTTA
MUSICAL DIRECTOR
EDWARD MORGAN
DIRECTOR
This is Mr. Morgan’s
first season with
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival. Some of his
other credits include
Utah Shakespeare
Festival, Virginia
Stage Company,
Alabama Shakespeare
Festival, Shakespeare
Santa Cruz,
Merrimack Rep, Hindu
MetroPlus Theatre
Festival (India),
Teatro 1887 (Costa
Rica), The Kennedy
Center, The Studio
Theatre, Round House
Theatre, Clarence
Brown Theatre, Next
Act and Milwaukee
Rep, where he was
associate artistic
director for six
years. He has a
BA, Dartmouth
College and is a
graduate of Trinity
Rep Conservatory.
He has taught and
directed graduate
and undergraduate
students in
theater and dance
at numerous
universities, in the
USA and abroad. He’s
a casting partner
for Cirque du Soleil
and on the roster
of Fulbright Senior
Specialists. Mr.
Morgan and his work
Nathan is artistic
director at Dobama
Theatre where he has
directed A Bright New
Boise, The Lyons,
Time Stands Still,
and The Aliens. At
Cleveland Play House,
Motta has acted as
assistant director
on Life of Galileo
and Every Good Boy
Deserves Favour, a
collaboration with the
Cleveland Orchestra.
Other recent music
credits include: Bell,
Book, and Candle and
A Carol for Cleveland
at Cleveland Play
House and Smokey
Joe’s Café at Cain
Park. Other conductor
credits include work
with Opera Cleveland,
Mercury Opera
Rochester, Ohio Light
Opera, and Civic Light
Opera (Pittsburgh).
He served as
assistant conductor
to Robert Page and
Marvin Hamlisch for
“A Tribute to Richard
Rodgers” (Pittsburgh
Symphony Pops).
His recording of Der
Vogelhändler with the
Ohio Light Opera was
released by Albany
Records in 2008.
Nathan has composed
two original musicals,
Little White Gloves
and Midsummer. BFA
Carnegie Mellon, MM
Eastman School of
Music.
Directors, Choreographers, & Designers
NAYNA RAMEY
SET DESIGNER
MICHAEL MUELLER
HELENE PETERSON
ANN PRICE
FIGHT
CHOREOGRAPHER
CHOREOGRAPHER
DIALECT COACH
Helene is excited
to once again
work with the ISF
company. She was
the choreographer
for 2010’s The
Complete Works of
William Shakespeare
(Abridged), 2011’s
Twelfth Night and A
Midsummer Night’s
Dream for Lake Tahoe
Shakespeare Festival.
Twenty seasons of
choreography for
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival includes
A Christmas Carol,
The Tempest,
Cymbeline, Much
Ado About Nothing,
You’re a Good Man,
Charlie Brown, The
Fantasticks, I Love
You, You’re Perfect,
Now Change, and
Romeo and Juliet.
Helene holds a MFA
in dance from New
York University, Tisch
School of the Arts.
She was awarded a
fellowship for artistic
excellence from the
Idaho Commission on
the Arts in 2006.
Ann has worked
at ISF for several
seasons. She was
the dialect coach for
The Foreigner and
Noises Off, and voice
and movement coach
for The 39 Steps,
Greater Tuna, and
Tuna Christmas. At
Boise Contemporary
Theater, she has
worked on many
shows including This
Wonderful Life, Red,
and Shipwrecked!
Ann directed The
Krumblin Foundation
and Eleemosynary for
BCT. Ann works with
Company of Fools
in Hailey, including
their productions of
Good People, Woman
in Black, and The
Language Archive.
She directed the
Boise State University
productions of The
Misunderstanding,
Metamorphoses,
and Tragedy…a
tragedy. Ann teaches
voice and dialects in
the Department of
Theatre Arts at Boise
State University.
Michael is an actor,
educator and fight
choreographer. In
addition to being
a certified teacher
of stage combat
with the Society
of American Fight
Directors (SAFD),
Michael is also a
combat instructor
with Revenge Arts and
a member of Actors’
Equity Association
(AEA), the British
Academy of Dramatic
Combat (BADC), the
British Academy of
Stage and Screen
Combat (BASSC),
Fight Directors
Canada (FDC), and
SAG-AFTRA. Michael
earned his BFA in
acting from Wright
State University and
MFA in performance
pedagogy from
University of
Pittsburgh. He
also serves as an
associate editor of
The Fight Master and
editorial consultant
for The Cutting Edge.
His most recent
fight choreography
credits include The
Uncanny Valley for
Boise Contemporary
Theater, Romeo
and Juliet and The
Jabberwocky for
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival’s educational
outreach tours,
Spring Awakening
for University of
Wisconsin-Madison’s
Undergraduate
Theatre Association
as well as A
Midsummer Night’s
Dream and A
Yorkshire Tragedy
for the Shakespeare
Institute in Stratfordupon-Avon, UK.
Nayna Ramey’s
regional work
includes seventeen
seasons at American
Players Theatre with
designs including
Skylight, Major
Barbara, Hay Fever,
Ah, Wilderness! and
The Tempest; An
Ideal Husband at
Great Lakes Theatre
Festival/Idaho
Shakespeare Festival;
The Foreigner at
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival; four seasons
at University of
California Santa
Barbara Launch Pad
productions including
Appoggiatura; A
Thousand Clowns,
The Diary of Anne
Frank at the Intiman
Theatre; Tuesdays
with Morrie, Noises
Off and Pygmalion
at Indiana Repertory
Theatre; Intimate
Apparel at Milwaukee
Repertory Theatre;
Liliom, Indian Ink,
Morningstar at
Kansas City Repertory
Theatre; Hamlet, The
Comedy of Errors
at Shakespeare
Santa Cruz; My Way,
You’re A Good Man,
Charlie Brown at the
McKnight Theatre/
St. Paul; Grease and
Hair at the Historic
Pantages Theatre/
Minneapolis;
Snapshots, Hiding in
the Open and Main
Street at the History
Theatre/St Paul; and
over 70 productions
at Chanhassen
Theatres including
The Little Mermaid,
Jesus Christ Superstar,
West Side Story, and
Les Misérables.
KIM KRUMM
SORENSON
PETER JOHN STILL
COSTUME DESIGNER
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival: The
Foreigner, Noises Off,
Romeo and Juliet,
The 39 Steps, The
Taming of the Shrew,
The Two Gentlemen
of Verona, The
Complete Works of
William Shakespeare
(Abridged), The
Woman in Black, A
Midsummer Night’s
Dream, A Tuna
Christmas, Twelfth
Night, Greater Tuna,
and most sound
designs 1992-2005.
Boise Contemporary
Theater: Red,
This Wonderful
Life, Warren, The
Uncanny Valley,
Graphic Depictions,
A Nighttime Survival
Guide, Off the Record,
Gruesome Playground
Injuries, Norway,
Tru, The Krumblin
Foundation, Namaste
Man, At Home at the
Zoo, The Pavilion,
I Have Before Me
a Remarkable
Document Given to
Me by a Young Lady
from Rwanda, No...
You Shut Up, God’s
Ear, Souvenir, The
Memory of Water,
Two Rooms, Stones
in his Pockets, I Am
My Own Wife, Fully
Committed, The
Underpants, Lobby
Hero, Cherry Orchard,
True West. Broadway:
Golden Boy (Tony
nomination), Awake
and Sing! Member
Komyozan Dojo.
Kim is pleased
to be spending
her nineteenth
season with Idaho
Shakespeare Festival.
She designed Richard
III in 1992 and has
designed many
productions since,
including Blithe Spirit,
The Mousetrap, The
Seagull, Othello, The
Crucible, Measure
for Measure, The
Tempest (two
times),The Spitfire
Grill, Love’s Labor’s
Lost, The Taming
of the Shrew (two
times), King Lear,
Julius Caesar, The
Importance of Being
Earnest, Much Ado
About Nothing, The
Two Gentlemen of
Verona, The Merchant
of Venice, The Merry
Wives of Windsor, As
You Like It, Tartuffe
and A Midsummer
Night’s Dream. Her
work also has been
seen at Great Lakes
Theater, TACT,
Delaware Theatre
Company, Juilliard,
BCT, Playmaker’s
Repertory Theater,
Hartford Stage
Company, Guthrie
Theater, Intiman
Theatre, George
Street Playhouse,
Indiana Repertory
Theater, Portland
Stage Company
and The Acting
Company. Kim holds
an MFA from Southern
Methodist University
and is a member of
the USA 829. Special
thanks to Scott, Carly,
Gemma, Liz and Rick.
SOUND DESIGNER
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Directors, Choreographers, & Designers
BRANDON WOLCOTT
SOUND DESIGNER
TOM WILLMORTH
AMANDA WERRE
GREENSHOW
PRODUCER
SOUND DESIGNER
This is Tom’s 28th
season with Idaho
Shakespeare Festival,
as an actor and
Greenshow producer.
Favorite roles include
Mozart in Amadeus,
the Fool in King Lear,
Scapin in Scapin,
and half the citizens
of Tuna, Texas in
Greater Tuna and A
Tuna Christmas. This
summer marks the
22nd anniversary of
Greenshow antics
produced by the Fool
Squad- the comedic
partnership of Tom
and actor-writer Joe
Golden. In 2010, Boise
Contemporary Theater
commissioned Joe
and Tom’s original
comedy, The Krumblin
Foundation. Tom
is also the author
of Shakespeare’s
“King Phycus,” a
Shakespeare spoof
which was premiered
in Chicago by the
Strange Tree Group,
and remounted by
the Flynn’s Men
at the Hollywood
Fringe Festival. The
script is published
by Broadway Play
Publishing. Tom is a
graduate of Carnegie
Mellon University’s
theater program, and
a member of Actors’
Equity. He lives in
Boise with his wife,
actress Christina Lang.
Amanda is excited
to join Idaho
Shakespeare Festival
this season. Recent
designs include: The
39 Steps, All Shook
Up, and The 25th...
Spelling Bee at Hope
Summer Repertory
Theatre; The Lyons
and Mrs. Mannerly
at Max and Louie
Theatre Company;
and You Can’t Take
It With You at the
Repertory Theatre of
St. Louis. As a sound
technician, Amanda
has worked at
Opera Theatre of St.
Louis, the Repertory
Theatre of St. Louis,
and Actors Theatre
of Louisville. She
received her BFA in
sound design from
Webster University’s
Conservatory of
Theatre Arts.
Recent/Notable:
The Record by 600
Highwaymen (original
score), The Good
Person of Szechwan
and Titus Andronicus
at The Public Theater.
Kiss the Air at the
Park Avenue Armory
with Elizabeth Streb;
The Mystery of Irma
Vep and The Maids
with Red Bull Theater;
The Tenant and
Confidence Man with
Woodshed Collective;
an immersive Balm
in Gilead, directed
by Brian Mertes. So
Much Mad in Me
with Faye Driscoll.
NY: MTC, The Joyce,
LaMama, DTW, PS122,
3LD, New Ohio,
Clubbed Thumb and
many more. Regional:
Two River, Great
Lakes Theater, Idaho
Shakespeare Festival,
Jacob’s Pillow, The
Magic.
TRACY YOUNG
DIRECTOR
Three seasons with
ISF. This season:
director, The Merry
Wives of Windsor.
Past seasons: director
and co-adaptor,
The Imaginary
Invalid; director,
The Taming of the
Shrew. Directing
credits include: A
Wrinkle in Time,
The Servant of Two
Masters, Breakfast
Lunch and Dinner
(Oregon Shakespeare
Festival); Medea/
Macbeth/Cinderella
(Yale Repertory
Theatre and OSF);
Good People (Marin
Theater Company);
The Winter’s Tale
(Ten Thousand
Things); Jesus Ride
(The Marsh, SF);
Jolly Good Fellow
(Chalk Repertory
Theatre); Hysteria,
Euphoria, DreamPlay
(The Actors’ Gang,
Los Angeles) Other
credits: resident
director, The Actors’
Gang; associate artist,
Cornerstone Theater
Company; assistant
director, The Clean
House (Lincoln Center
Theater). Awards:
Connecticut Critics
Circle, Ovation, LA
Weekly and Garland
Awards for direction;
finalist for Allen
Schneider Directing
Award, CTG Robert
Sherwood Directing
Award, and P.E.N.
West Playwriting
Award. Ms. Young
would like to dedicate
her work on this
production to her
mom, Pam, because
this is her favorite of
Shakespeare’s plays.
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ROBERT FRANZ,
MUSIC DIRECTOR
2014 - 2015 Season
OPENING NIGHT
Anne-Marie McDermott, piano
Bach : Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 in F major
Beethoven : Piano Concerto No. 1 in C major
Schumann : Symphony No. 2 in C major
October 17th & 18th
THE FOUR SEASONS OF BUENOS AIRES
Alexander Mickelthwate, guest conductor
Karen Gomyo, violin
Haydn : Symphony No. 22 in E flat major, “The Philosopher”
Piazzolla : The Four Seasons
Sibelius : Symphony No. 1 in E minor
November 7th & 8th
TIMPANI SINGS
Bill Shaltis, timpani
Strauss : Death and Transfiguration
Peck : Harmonic Rhythm
Tchaikovsky : Symphony No. 6
in B minor, “Pathétique”
PLAYFUL ROMANCE
Brooks Whitehouse, cello & Paul Sharpe, bass
Rossini : William Tell: Overture
Dillon : Katabasis, Concerto for Cello, Bass and Orchestra
Poke, A Bagatelle on Anti-Social Media
Beethoven: Symphony No. 4 in B flat major
THE HEARTBEAT OF ROMANCE
Martina Filjak, piano
Rachmaninov : Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor
Bruckner : Symphony No. 7 in E major
LOVE’S SONG AND DANCE
James Houlik, tenor saxophone
Copland : Rodeo: Four Dance Episodes
Ewazen : Classical Concerto
for Saxophone and Orchestra
Brahms : Symphony No. 3 in F major
December 12th & 13th
HOLIDAY POPS
Boise Philharmonic Master Chorale
Northwest Nazarene University Chorus
ROMEO AND JULIET
Boise Philharmonic Master Chorale
College of Idaho Chorus
Boise State University Chorus
Berlioz : Romeo and Juliet
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We’re proud of Boise State’s connection to the Idaho Shakespeare Festival family and we celebrate our faculty, staff,
students and alumni, just a few of whom are pictured here, who have been part of this treasured Boise arts institution.
Boise State University joins some of our distinguished local alumni in congratulating
the Idaho Shakespeare Festival on another season of great performances.
Candi Allphin, Larry Arguinchona, Brian Ballard, Kipp Bedard, Tom Beitia, Mike Bessent,
Clint Bolinder, Karen Bubb, Tom Carlile, Rick Clark, Jason Coronado, Jason Crawforth,
Darin DeAngeli, Tom Dixon, Linda Dixon, Mark Dunham, Allen Dykman, Bill Glynn, Celia Gould,
Bryan Harsin, Jay Hawkins, Bob Hay, Joel Hickman, Michael Hoffman, Bill Ilett, Alex Labeau,
Royanne Minskoff, Mike Mers, Kathy Nagy, Rick Navarro, Neil Nelson, First Lady Lori Otter,
Jan Packwood, John Parrish, Rob Perez, Larry Prince, Georgiann Raimondi, Debra Riedel,
Liz Roberts, Neal Russell, Patricia Simplot Sellars, Raine Simplot, Kirk Smith, Dave Terrell,
Mark Tidd, Holli Woodings
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Festival Management
Complete Works of
William Shakespeare
(Abridged) by Adam
Long, Daniel Singer
and Jess Winfield.
CHARLES FEE
PRODUCING ARTISTIC
DIRECTOR
23rd season as
producing artistic
director of Idaho
Shakespeare Festival.
Charles is also
producing artistic
director of Great
Lakes Theater (GLT) in
Ohio and Lake Tahoe
Shakespeare Festival
(LTSF) in Nevada. This
season he will direct
Ira Levin’s Deathtrap.
In prior seasons,
he has directed
Shakespeare’s
Romeo and Juliet,
The Comedy of
Errors, All’s Well that
Ends Well, Macbeth,
Twelfth Night, Much
Ado About Nothing,
Henry the Fourth Part
One, A Midsummer
Night’s Dream, The
Winter’s Tale, The
Two Gentlemen of
Verona, Hamlet,
and As You Like It.
His work outside
the Shakespearean
canon includes Nöel
Coward’s Blithe Spirit,
Private Lives and Hay
Fever, George Bernard
Shaw’s Arms and the
Man, Oscar Wilde’s
The Importance of
Being Earnest, Oliver
Goldsmith’s She
Stoops to Conquer,
Dickens’ A Christmas
Carol, Molière’s
Tartuffe, Alexander
Dumas’ The Three
Musketeers, and The
page 54
Prior to joining ISF,
Charles held the
position of artistic
director at Sierra
Repertory Theatre in
Sonora, California.
He also has worked
with such companies
as The Old Globe,
La Jolla Playhouse,
the Milwaukee and
Missouri Repertory
Theaters, Actors
Theatre of Phoenix,
and Los Angeles
Shakespeare Festival.
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival has garnered
significant awards
under Mr. Fee’s
artistic leadership,
including the 1995
Mayor’s Award for
Excellence in the Arts;
the 1996 and 2006
FUNDSY awards; and
the 2000 Governor’s
Award for Excellence
in the Arts. In 2001,
Charles was honored
for his work as a
director with the
Mayor’s Award for
Excellence in the Arts.
He received his BA
from the University
of the Pacific, and
Master of Fine Arts
from the University of
California, San Diego.
Charlie’s peripatetic
life style is only
possible because of
the love and support
of his wife Lidia and
19-year-old daughter,
Alexa!
MARK HOFFLUND
MANAGING DIRECTOR
In his 22nd year
with the Festival,
Mark continues to
appreciate Idaho’s
proud, neighborly
and generous way
of life. Mark’s career
began at The Old
Globe under artistic
director Jack O’Brien,
producing director
Tom Hall, and
founding director
Craig Noel. Mark
acted, directed,
produced new
plays, held a board
position with San
Diego Performing Arts
League, and edited
his mentor Alan
Schneider’s memoir
Entrances. Joining
colleague Charles Fee
in Idaho, Mark served
as liaison to Idaho
Foundation for Parks
& Lands and Idaho
Department of Parks
& Recreation, whose
collaboration made
possible the Festival’s
12-acre Amphitheater
and Reserve at Barber
Pool. The Festival’s
statewide audience
includes 50,000
students K-12 served
by two nationally
recognized school
tours; high school
apprentice and
community access
programs; and a
School of Theater
enabled by a merger
with Idaho Theater for
Youth.
In community service,
Mark sits on the
Travel Advisory
Board of the Boise
Metro Chamber
of Commerce. He
served on the board
of the Shakespeare
Theatre Association,
addressed national
conferences for the
Institute of Outdoor
Theatre (receiving
the Mark R. Sumner
Award), testified
before committees of
the Idaho Legislature
and U.S. House of
Representatives, and
filled a presidential
appointment to the
board of the National
Endowment for the
Arts (receiving the
Chairman’s Medal).
Mark co-chaired
the Boise City Arts
Commission; served
on the boards of the
Boise Convention and
Visitors Bureau and
the National Assembly
of States Arts
Agencies, and chaired
the Idaho Commission
on the Arts. He is a
co-author of Nancy
Napier’s book Wise
Beyond Your Field
published by Boise
State University.
He received
the President’s
Medallion from the
University of Idaho,
and holds degrees
from Princeton and
the University of
California, San Diego.
SARA M. BRUNER
JESSAMINE JONES
ARTISTIC ASSOCIATE
DEVELOPMENT
MANAGER
Resident actor at ISF
for sixteen years.
Artistic associate for
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival, Great Lakes
Theater and Lake
Tahoe Shakespeare
Festival. Directing: A
Christmas Carol (GLT),
Much Ado About
Nothing, Macbeth,
Othello, The Taming
of the Shrew, Romeo
and Juliet, Tomas
and The Library Lady
(ISF Educational
Outreach), The
Ghost Sonata (Drop
Dance Collective),
Eurydice (Baldwin
Wallace University).
Roles include: Mrs.
Lovett in Sweeney
Todd, Toinette in The
Imaginary Invalid,
Kate in The Taming of
the Shrew, Frau Kost
in Cabaret, Viola in
Twelfth Night, Percy
in The Spitfire Grill,
Drood in The Mystery
of Edwin Drood, Witch
in Macbeth, Ariel in
The Tempest, Audrey
in Little Shop of
Horrors, Masha in The
Seagull, Abigail in The
Crucible, and Juliet
in Romeo and Juliet.
Other theater: Oregon
Shakespeare Festival,
Repertory Theatre of
St. Louis, Delaware
Theatre Company and
Boise Contemporary
Theater. Film: Refugee
City, Most Funniest,
and Tattoo, A Love
Story. Television:
MDs dir. Michael
Hoffman. Sara studied
at Shakespeare and
Company in Lenox,
MA, BA in theater
from Boise State
University. Member,
Stage Directors and
Choreographers
Society.
Jessamine is in her
fifth year with the
Festival, working
in development,
event planning, and
coordinating the
Access Program. She
earned a bachelor’s in
political science from
Columbia University
in the City of New
York in 2009 and is
currently pursuing
her master’s in
public administration
at Boise State
University. She is so
glad to live in Boise
with her wonderful
boyfriend Bryce,
where they are close
to both of their
families, and keep
busy working on
the house and yard.
Jessamine would like
to thank Ollie and Roo
who greet her with
energy, excitement,
and joy every evening
when she comes
home from work,
every morning when
she wakes up, and
any time she gives
them a doggie treat.
Festival Management
SHERRILL LIVINGSTON
DEBBIE MCCULLEY
M. AARON MILETTE
CASSIE MROZINSKI
ROSE ORR
KIELY PROUTY-PORTER
DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
FINANCE ASSISTANT
This is Debbie’s third
year working with
the Festival. She
retired in 2007 after
33 years working for
Farm Credit Services
doing farm loans.
After retiring, she was
executive director
for Willow Center for
grieving children,
and since moving to
Boise in 2009 she
has been working
on getting a similar
program started in
the Treasure Valley.
There is some theater
in her family as her
two nieces in Seattle
have been in theater
since they were little
girls and now as
adults sing and write
their own music, with
both of them currently
working on albums.
Debbie enjoys
volunteering, walking
on the greenbelt,
reading and spending
time with her
daughter who lives in
Boise.
DEVELOPMENT
ASSOCIATE
INTERIM BOX OFFICE
MANAGER
COMPANY MANAGER
Sherrill is enjoying
her eighteenth
season at the Festival,
continuing her very
successful mission
to make ISF the
most well-managed
theater in the nation.
Sherrill is a Bostonian
who spent 18 years
in California as an
arts administrator,
managing an Asian
museum and a
botanic garden,
as well as several
cultural festivals. Her
first position in Boise
was with the Anne
Frank Human Rights
Center. Hubby, Mark
Hill, is Executive Chef,
C.E.C., in marketing
and r&d with the JR
Simplot Company.
Son Jacob graduated
from U of I last year
and is about to launch
a career in the U.S.
Air Force. Sherrill
earned her MBA
from the University
of California, Los
Angeles, specializing
in arts management.
She is a TWIN
“Women in Industry”
honoree and, this
year, received the
Lifetime Achievement
Award from Boise’s
Congregation
Ahavath Beth Israel,
the oldest active
synagogue west of
the Mississippi.
IT SYSTEMS
ADMINISTRATOR
This is Aaron’s
fifteenth season with
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival. Aaron
graduated from Boise
State University in
2000 with a BA in
English literature,
and a minor in
philosophy. Shortly
after graduating from
college, Aaron rose
to minor prominence
in the independent
music scene for his
performances of
Sex Pistol songs on
the electric zither.
Aaron soon after
started a musical
collaboration with
his friends Vladimir
and Carlos, experts
on the accordion
and theremin,
respectively. While
the three of them
were on tour in
Kyoto in 2004,
Aaron met his future
wife Mika, whose
bagpipe rendition
of OutKast’s Hey
Ya left an indelible
impression upon
Aaron. Mika joined
Aaron, Carlos and
Vladimir, and together
they launched the
band Promenade
Inferno. They have
since released 4
albums, the latest of
which, Zither This,
placed eighth on the
Peruvian pop charts.
Aaron and Mika’s son
Michael has recently
joined the group,
and together they’re
preparing for their
forthcoming tour of
Upper Mongolia.
This is Cassie’s third
season with the
Festival and she is
thrilled! Cassie is
the staff coordinator
for the Shakespeare
Society. Cassie was
born and raised in
Lexington, Kentucky
and received her
BA in theater from
the University of
Kentucky. She then
moved to Dublin,
Ireland in search
of her Irish roots
and further theater
education at the
Gaiety School of
Acting. Afterwards,
she spent six years
in Los Angeles until
the amazing City
of Trees caught
her fancy. She is
constantly delighted
by her one-year-old
daughter, Stella, her
incredible husband,
Ryan, and their two
cats, Monsieur Pierre
de L’Orange and
Piggy French. Cassie
is so excited to be
with ISF for another
extraordinary season.
In her sophomore
season with ISF, Rose
has enjoyed being
involved in a variety
of departments,
from development
to education, and is
excited to be helping
in the box office this
summer. Rose earned
her BA in history
from The College of
Idaho, and though her
studies were focused
on early-modern
Western Europe, her
fact-checking skills
come in quite handy
for correcting others
at in-opportune
times and solving
daily questions (i.e.
the origins of the
term “kitty-corner”).
This summer Rose
will attempt to keep
a plant alive, go
to as many music
festivals as possible,
and search for
another book worthy
of reading twice.
Favorite pastimes
include collecting
a menagerie of
all things peach
(colored or flavored),
obsessively listing
the finest qualities
of Jennifer Lawrence,
playing with other
people’s puppies, and
taking seasonal trips
to beloved Stanley,
ID. “On Wednesdays
we wear pink.”
This is Kiely’s tenth
season with the
Festival, and her
fourth season as
company manager.
Kiely holds a BA in
English from Boise
State University,
and is on the slow
track for a graduate
degree. Kiely is
incredibly grateful
for the current health
and happiness of
her loved ones. A
few of her favorite
things include: baby
goats, warm lakes,
home improvements,
sweet potato fries,
and working in her
garden. Last May,
Kiely gave birth to a
red-headed Irishman
with a dimple. Talk
about favorite things!
She and her wife,
Jenna, are very much
in love with the
newest addition to
their family. The dogs
and cats like him too.
Kiely looks forward
to a fantastic new
season with ISF, and
another hot summer!
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Festival Management
Production
and
Department
Heads
HANNAH READ
NEWBILL
DIRECTOR OF
MARKETING
Hannah started with
the Festival in high
school, working in
varied capacities now
for nineteen seasons.
She has worked with
Oregon Shakespeare
Festival, The Montana
Repertory Theater,
Studio Arena
Theater, University
of Montana, The
Gesundheit! Institute,
Balance Dance
Company and is
privileged to currently
work with ISF’s sister
company Lake Tahoe
Shakespeare Festival.
Hannah is a costume
designer, frequently
designing for Boise
Contemporary Theater
among others.
Hannah received
a BFA with honors
from University of
Montana and the UM
Presidential Award
in Technical Theater.
In 2011, Hannah was
honored to be among
Idaho Business
Review’s Women of
the Year. Hannah
adores working
with the exceptional
sponsors and
company members
of ISF and sends
thanks to the lovely
Boise community
for its unfailing
support of and hearty
enthusiasm for the
arts. For Dad and
inimitable Femme
Formidable Mom.
Hannah is a grateful
member of the everclever Newbill clan
and with her utterly
splendid husband,
The Handsome
Gardener, very
proud parent to the
sparkling Henrietta
Kestrel.
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RENEE K. VOMOCIL
CHANDRA WOODWARD
CHRISTINE ZIMOWSKY
JENNIFER CASTER*
DIRECTOR OF
EDUCATION
BOX OFFICE
MANAGER
MEMBERSHIP &
DONOR ASSOCIATE
ASSISTANT STAGE
MANAGER
This is the seventh
season Renee will
serve as director
of education. Her
work includes
directing the Idaho
Theater for Youth
touring productions,
mentoring over 25
teaching artists
for the School of
Theater and Camp
Shakespeare, and
heading up the
Festival’s treasured
Apprentice Company.
So, she proudly
feels responsible
for many smiles
on student faces
across Idaho. Renee
started a theater
residency at the St.
Luke’s Children’s
Hospital school, The
Helena Project, and is
thrilled to have been
asked to present the
curriculum at the
AECMN (Association
for the Education of
Children with Medical
Needs National
Conference) and the
Folger Shakespeare
Library Elementary
Conference in
Washington, D.C.
Renee also serves
on the board for
Boise Rock School’s
outreach program,
Rock on Wheels, and
recently completed
her certification to
be an instructor at
Essential Hot Yoga.
She has a big sloppy
crush on Idaho and
is proud to live
among its beautiful
outdoors with her
hunky husband and
their two darling
furry legged children.
#justdancingitout
Setting up the cloning
lab was really pretty
easy – it just required
a clean room and
some equipment.
Chandra and her
husband Craig had
no trouble with that
part. Unfortunately,
the technology was
not quite there, and
their plan to clone
William Shakespeare
backfired when,
instead of a clone,
they were presented
with a real-life,
raised from the dead,
Zombie Shakespeare.
Unthinkingly,
they had used the
growth hormone
from their previous
experiments with
opposable thumbed
cats, and the Zombie
grew to unexpected
proportions and
nearly destroyed
Toledo before they
were able to finish
him off. They live
quietly in Idaho now,
Chandra manages
the Box Office,
and ponders this
eternal truth: Zombie
Shakespeare bad.
This is Christine’s
fourteenth year with
the Festival. She
holds a BFA in art
history from Boise
State University
and has a specific
interest in the art of
Mexico, admitting
to a slightly out of
control collection of
Dia de los Muertos
figurines. In her free
time she is obsessed
with all things
fabric—whether batik,
knitting, or sewing—
there just seems to
be big piles of art
supplies and halfdone projects all over
the home she shares
with husband, Tully,
two kids, and the one
very old cat. Christine
and husband have
pledged that this
will be the year they
try re-growing the
lawn and attending
to the weed-filled
flowerbeds, now
that the tiny fiends
are old enough
to spend hours
circling the block
on scooters trying
to convince all the
other neighborhood
children to join their
gang. Hmm, maybe
they will just dedicate
time to coming up
with a signature
cocktail for the
summer. Life is good,
despite the dead
lawn.
First season with
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival. Assistant
stage manager
for Deathtrap, Les
Misérables, and
Steel Magnolias.
Two seasons at
Great Lakes Theater.
Previously at Great
Lakes Theater:
performance
stage manager for
Deathtrap, assistant
stage management
for Sweeney Toddy
and Guys and Dolls.
Additional stage
management credits
include: Yentl
(ASM, Cleveland
Play House),
Earth Plays, Water
Ways, The Secret
Social, Standing on
Ceremony, Poor Little
Lulu and At-TEN-tion
Span (Cleveland
Public Theatre);
Antony and Cleopatra,
Burt Dow, Much
Ado About Nothing,
Measure for Measure,
Elizabeth Rex, Dying
City, and Brilliant
Traces (Stonington
Opera House, ME);
Red Light Winter,
Fefu and Her Friends,
Passion Play and
How I Learned to
Drive (Bard College
Fisher Center, NY);
Septimus and Clarissa
(ASM, Ripe Time,
NY); Futurity (HERE
Arts Center, NY);
PITCH (LaMaMa,
Etc., NY); Waxing
West (Dramalabbet,
Stockholm). Jennifer
is the production
manager for Conni’s
Avant Garde
Restaurant and
most recently the
production manager
for Station Hope, an
inaugural Cleveland
arts event.
KRISTEN BOEHNLEIN*
ASSISTANT STAGE
MANAGER
Three seasons at
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival. Other
assistant stage
manager credits
include Lake Tahoe
Shakespeare Festival
(A Midsummer
Night’s Dream). Other
credits for Idaho
Shakespeare Festival
as a production
assistant are Blithe
Spirit, The Winter’s
Tale, Mousetrap.
Kristen has other
credits with Lake
Tahoe Shakespeare
Festival and Great
Lakes Theater. She
received her B.A. from
Kent State University.
A big shout out of
love to her friends,
family, and mentors
for all of their support
throughout the years
and helping her make
her dreams come
true!
Festival Management
CAROL R. COLE
MARK CYTRON
MASTER GARDENER
TECHNICAL DIRECTOR
This is Carol’s
fifteenth season with
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival. She is a
former Advanced
Master Gardener.
Carol and her
husband Greg are
owners of Carol’s
Custom Gardens
– a small personal
gardening business,
specializing in
consultation,
maintenance, design
and installation,
custom potting and
encouraging the
use of regionally
appropriate plants.
Carol is a Dirt Diva
in good standing
and holds the
following licenses and
affiliations: member
of Idaho Nursery
and Landscape
Association,
nurseryman
licensee with
Idaho Department
of Agriculture, a
contributing member
of Idaho Botanical
Garden serving on
the Garden’s Lunaria
Grant Program
and Horticulture
Advisory committees
and member of
College of Western
Idaho Horticulture
Technology Technical
Advisory Committee.
Mark is returning for
his ninth season at
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival. Mark also
holds the position of
technical director at
Great Lakes Theater
in Cleveland Ohio
and Lake Tahoe
Shakespeare Festival.
He enjoys the
opportunity to explore
all that is Idaho and
feels privileged to
be able to call Boise
home 3 months a
year. He earned his
BA in theater from
Beloit College.
CHRISTOPHER D.
FLINCHUM
PRODUCTION
MANAGER
Chris joined ISF in
2007 and celebrates
his seventh season
with the company.
Chris also is the
production manager
of ISF’s partner
companies, Lake
Tahoe Shakespeare
and Great Lakes
Theater. He has a
long history with
GLT, serving as
production stage
manager on over
twenty productions
over seven seasons.
Chris also served as
director of production
for Cleveland Opera
for two seasons. He
has toured nationally
with The Acting
Company’s musical
productions of The
Comedy of Errors
and O, Pioneers!,
concluding with an
off-Broadway run.
Other New York
credits include
productions for
Lincoln Center
Institute, The
American Symphony
Orchestra, The
Women’s Project and
Mannes Opera. Chris
holds a BFA from
North Carolina School
of the Arts.
ROBIN GRADY*
ANGI GROW
ESTHER HABERLEN
SARAH KELSO*
PRODUCTION STAGE
MANAGER
CHARGE SCENIC
ARTIST
COSTUME SHOP
MANAGER
Robin is excited to
be joining Idaho
Shakespeare Festival
for the first time this
summer. Regional
credits include
Betrayal (Huntington
Theatre Company);
Love Alone, The
Crucible, Dead
Man’s Cell Phone,
Shooting Star, and
Shapeshifter (Trinity
Repertory Company);
Oklahoma!, Sweeney
Todd, South Pacific
(Pennsylvania
Shakespeare
Festival); Into the
Woods, The Mikado,
Meet Vera Stark, Big
River, Spelling Bee
and Follies (Lyric
Stage Company of
Boston); The Diary
of Anne Frank,
Laughter on the
23rd Floor, Miracle
on 34th Street, Les
Misérables, RENT,
and Fools (Ocean
State Theatre
Company); La Cage
aux Folles (Theatre
by the Sea); Slasher
(Actors Theatre of
Louisville Humana
Festival); Much Ado
About Nothing and
To Kill a Mockingbird
(Colorado
Shakespeare
Festival); and The
Elephant Man and
Much Ado About
Nothing (Gamm
Theatre). Ms. Grady
is a proud member
of Actors’ Equity
Association, and
has her BFA in stage
management from the
University of Rhode
Island.
Angi Grow graduated
from The College
of Idaho in 2006
with degrees in art
and theater. Scenic
painting started in
her sophomore year
of high school and
continued on through
college leading to an
internship as a scenic
artist for ISF in 2004.
For the next four
years, she worked her
way up from scenic
intern to assistant to
charge. Since then,
Angi also has become
charge artist for
Great Lakes Theater
and Lake Tahoe
Shakespeare Festival.
In between the big
three, Angi has
painted sets for Alley
Rep, Hollis/Welsh,
Boise Contemporary
Theater, The
College of Idaho,
Baldwin Wallace
University, Boise
State University,
Ballet Idaho,
Opera Idaho, Idaho
Theater for Youth,
Shakepearience,
and one really sweet
dinosaur exhibit for
the Western Idaho
Fair. Since 2011, Angi
has worked on ISF’s
touring productions.
Angi also participates
in the local art scene
having two Boise
Weekly covers and
designing the jellyfish
traffic box on 6th and
Main. Girl loves to
paint.
Esther M. Haberlen
is returning to her
eighth season with
ISF and her second
design, after last
season’s Much Ado
About Nothing. Her
work has been seen
on the stages of
Cleveland Institute
of Music, Dobama
Theater, Cleveland
Public Theater, Beck
Center, Baldwin
Wallace Conservatory,
and the Cleveland
Play House/ CWRU
MFA Acting Program.
Esther has been
on staff with ISF’s
sister company Great
Lakes Theater since
2003, in various roles
including wardrobe
supervisor, assistant
shop manager and
draper, as well as
resident designer for
GLT’s Surround Tour
and All-City Musical.
Other regional credits:
Pittsburgh Public
Theater, Pittsburgh
Civic Light Opera,
and Chautauqua
Theater Company.
Esther holds a BFA in
theater production
and design from State
University of New
York – Fredonia and is
a native of Syracuse,
NY. Many thanks to
the talented artists
and technicians she
has the pleasure to
collaborate with,
especially her best
friend and husband,
Richard.
ASSISTANT STAGE
MANAGER,
STAGE MANAGER
Sarah is gleefully
returning for her
fifth season with
ISF. Here, Sarah
has stage managed
Romeo and Juliet
(Shakespearience
2014), The
Jabberwocky and
Air Heart (Idaho
Theater for Youth
2013, 2014). She
was assistant stage
manager on Sweeney
Todd, production
assistant on The
Foreigner, Much
Ado About Nothing,
Romeo and Juliet, The
Imaginary Invalid,
Noises Off, The Two
Gentlemen of Verona,
Cabaret, The 39
Steps, A Midsummer
Night’s Dream, An
Ideal Husband,
and The Woman in
Black. Other credits
include assistant
stage manager on
Red, This Wonderful
Life, Damascus,
Tigers Be Still, A
Permanent Image and
Gruesome Playground
Injuries with Boise
Contemporary Theater
and production
assistant on Much
Ado About Nothing,
and Romeo and Juliet
with Great Lakes
Theater. Sarah is
a proud graduate
of the Boise State
University Theatre
Arts Department.
She would like to
thank her incredible
friends and family for
their constant love
and support, and her
Grandma for inspiring
her by always
dreaming big.
* Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
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Festival Management
CORRIE E. PURDUM*
PRODUCTION STAGE
MANAGER
* Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
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R
EJECT
STOP
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This is Corrie’s
tenth season with
Idaho Shakespeare
Festival, having stage
managed The Taming
of the Shrew, A Funny
Thing Happened on
the Way to the Forum,
Major Barbara, The
Spitfire Grill, The
Tempest, Measure
for Measure, The
Crucible, Into the
Woods, The Comedy
of Errors, The Mystery
of Edwin Drood, Bat
Boy: The Musical,
The Two Gentlemen
of Verona, Cabaret,
The Winter’s Tale,
and Sweeney Todd.
She is thrilled
this year to add
assistant production
manager to her list
of credits with the
company. Other
credits include The
Complete Works of
William Shakespeare
(Abridged) at Lake
Tahoe Shakespeare
Festival, nine seasons
with Great Lakes
Theater, six seasons
with the Cleveland
Play House, and three
seasons with Cain
Park. Corrie is an
alumna of Baldwin
Wallace University,
where she teaches
stage management.
Thanks to her family
for their constant
support.
R
Paul Miller is
delighted to be
back for his ninth
year with ISF. In
addition to working
for the Festival,
Paul works for
Boise Contemporary
Theater, as well as
both Ballet and Opera
Idaho. In the past,
Paul has worked
for Great Lakes
Theater, Lake Tahoe
Shakespeare Festival,
the Spoleto Festival,
and Technical Theater
Solutions aboard
the Disney cruise
ship Wonder. Paul
has a BFA in design/
technology from West
Virginia University,
and would like to
thank his family,
friends, and amazing
wife Meghan for all
their support.
ED
Five seasons at Idaho
Shakespeare Festival.
Stage manager credits
for Idaho Shakespeare
Festival include: Blithe
Spirit, Romeo and
Juliet, A Midsummer
Night’s Dream, An
Ideal Husband, The
Complete Works of
William Shakespeare
(Abridged). Tim
has multiple stage
management credits
from the following
companies: Lake
Tahoe Shakespeare
Festival, Great Lakes
Theater, Playwrights
Horizon, Cherry Lane
Theater NYC and
Houston’s Stages
Repertory Theatre. He
also holds multiple
production assistant
and intern credits
with Alley Theater,
Houston Grand
Opera and Stages
Repertory Theater.
Thanks to family,
friends, coworkers,
Kendall and Christian
for putting up with
and supporting him
throughout the years.
Cleveland in my heart.
Roll Tribe!
MASTER ELECTRICIAN
Terry J. Martin,
a graduate of
Wittenberg University,
is thrilled to be back
for his fifth season at
ISF. Regional credits
include scenic design,
scenic artist and
props artist for Lake
Tahoe Shakespeare
Festival, Great Lakes
Theater, Cleveland
Opera, Cleveland
Institute of Music,
Porthouse Theater,
Tri-C West, Berea
Summer Theater,
Lyric Opera Cleveland,
Ensemble Theater,
Dobama, Bad Epitaph
Theater Co., Cleveland
Public Theater and
Cleveland Ballet.
NYC credits include
Circle Repertory
Theater, SOHO
Repertory Theater
and Lincoln Center
Institute (associate
artistic director). Terry
holds the position
of resident scenic
designer for the
CMSD All City Musical
program. Designs
include: South Pacific,
Guys and Dolls,
Bubbling Brown
Sugar, DREAMGIRLS,
Fame, Aida, and
RENT.
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PRODUCTION
STAGE MANAGER
PAUL MILLER
PROPERTIES MASTER
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TIM KINZEL*
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Education & Outreach Programs
School Tours and Workshops
School Residencies and Workshops
The Apprentice Company
Approximately 50,000 students and
teachers statewide will experience
live, professional theater through
an Idaho Shakespeare Festival tour.
Shakespearience presents a 50-minute
Shakespeare play for junior and senior
high schools and Idaho Theater for Youth
(ITY) visits elementary schools with newly
commissioned work or innovative new
plays. In 2014, Shakespearience presented
Romeo and Juliet and ITY presented The
Jabberwocky by Dakotah Brown, Noah
Moody, and Chad Shohet.
The Festival’s education department has
been creating and implementing custom
curriculum for schools and groups year-round
since its beginning. Idaho Shakespeare
Festival can develop workshops and/or
residencies for schools to fit any schedule and
to complement any established curriculum.
Our experienced and lively educators can
teach performance skills, or techniques that
are specific to programs students are working
on in the classroom or on stage. We can even
help your students dive into a full musical
theater experience. Idaho Shakespeare’s
education department can develop a class
that will support any curriculum!
The Festival Apprentice Company is composed
of high school students who have auditioned to
spend their summer receiving hands-on training
in professional theater. Since 1981, more than 400
apprentices and interns have received training.
Apprentices receive over 200 hours of intensive
training in voice, movement, acting and technical
theater. Each year, the Apprentice Company
creates and performs a showcase of their
summer’s work, which includes appearances with
members of the professional company. This year’s
Apprentice Showcase will take place on August 11,
on the Festival stage at 7:00 p.m.
• The Festival is the largest provider of
professional, performing arts outreach in
the State of Idaho.
The Helena Project
2014 Apprentice Company
APPRENTICE INSTRUCTORS
Each spring semester, students (from preschool through 12th grade) take theater
classes focused on expanding the imagination
and nurturing creativity. From acting and
improv to musical theater—students explore
language, story, character and acting
technique as they build their confidence,
expand upon their talents, and enhance their
problem-solving skills.
The Helena Project was developed to give
students at St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital
an opportunity to learn Shakespeare,
to perform, to build esteem—and most
importantly, to have fun. These students
from a variety of grade levels have various
learning abilities; and are often facing severe
medical challenges. This curriculum has the
ability to bring together groups of disparate
students facing a wide range of challenges.
It includes theater warm-ups, games, a
synopsis and character introduction from
the play, as well as rehearsal techniques,
and initial performance opportunities. Takeaway props are also given to each child to
reinforce and solidify the lesson plan and
to encourage ongoing thoughts about the
experience. After missing just 10 days of
school, students undergoing treatment for
cancer, cystic fibrosis, sickle cell, or Crohn’s
disease are at high risk for having to repeat
an entire grade.
• The School of Theater exemplifies the
Festival’s attempts to foster life-long
learning and appreciation of the theater.
“At the deepest level the creative process
and the healing process arise from a
single source.” – R A C H E L N A O M I R E M E N ,
• More than 300 Treasure Valley students
attend sessions each year.
Even the most at-risk students can learn
Shakespeare.
• Through its school tours, the Festival
annually reaches 50,000 schoolage children and their teachers, in
about 90% of Idaho’s counties, with
a particular emphasis on rural and
underserved areas. The tours also
reach areas in eastern Oregon and
northern Nevada.
• Since its inception in 1986,
Shakespearience has enriched the
lives of over 1,000,000 students.
School of Theater
St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital School and
Idaho Shakespeare Festival: creatively
teaching kids with medical needs.
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APPRENTICES,
SECOND YEAR
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FIRST YEAR
Leah Brown
Cameron Case
Cara Casper
MJ Merhar
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Amelia Roque
Sydnee Williams
Christopher Bohme
Ellen Fogg
Andrea Froehlke
Megan Miller
Aidan Regan
Ben Satterlee
Alex Skow
Community Funders
Idaho Shakespeare Festival’s 2013–2014 Education and
Outreach Programs are supported through individual membership gifts
to the Festival, as well as through the following generous contributions to
program underwriting and scholarships:
Summer Camps
CAMP SHAKESPEARE, CAMP IMPROV
AND CAMP MUSICAL
In June and July, students experience the
wonders and words of the Bard as they journey
through enchanted woods, cities, courts and
castles in Shakespeare’s plays. Students in
grades 1–12 learn to tell Shakespeare’s stories,
create the characters and find out what
makes a play and its characters “come alive.”
Intensive Class students perform their work at
the end of each session.
Boise City Department of Arts and History
Idaho Community Foundation and the
following funds:
• Children’s Charities of Idaho,
Unrestricted Southwest Region
• F.M., Anne G. & Beverly B. Bistline
Foundation
• James A. Pinney Memorial Fund
• Statewide Education Philanthropic
Gift Fund
Idaho Commission on the Arts
Idaho Humanities Council
Idaho Power Foundation
Idaho Women’s Charitable Foundation
J.R. Simplot Foundation
Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation
National Endowment for the Arts,
Art Works
National Endowment for the Humanities
US Bancorp Foundation
Wells Fargo
Target
The Whittenberger Foundation
The Festival extends special thanks to these local businesses and
individuals for their in-kind support of education programs:
Cornwell Creative
Penske Truck Rental & Leasing
Idaho Family Magazine
In late July and
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early August,
students can
learn the art of
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information about
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Access Program
Idaho Shakespeare Festival’s Access
Program creates opportunities for
people to participate in the theater
who otherwise would not be able to
do so. The goal of expanding access is
pursued in the following ways:
• Signing Shakespeare Each of the
summer productions are interpreted into
American Sign Language for the deaf
and hard-of-hearing. Each production is
interpreted on one night of its run.
2014 Sign Interpreted performance schedule:
As You Like It, Wednesday, June 11. Interpreted by
Karen Nelson, Holly Thomas-Mowery
Deathtrap, Tuesday, July 15. Interpreted by Holly
Higby, Heather Gibbens
Les Misérables, Tuesday, August 5. Interpreted by
LaVona Andrew, Holly Thomas-Mowery
The Merry Wives of Windsor, Tuesday, August 19.
Interpreted by Danielle Hough, Terry Hardy
Steel Magnolias, Wednesday, September 10.
Interpreted by June Flannery, Holly ThomasMowery
• Student Ticket Discount The Festival
offers discounted tickets to students
with valid ID. Contact the Box Office for
more information.
• Complimentary Tickets The Festival
partners with community groups
that serve people who face financial
constraints to bring these patrons to the
theater free of charge. Groups include
at-risk youth, elderly on fixed incomes,
veterans, refugees, and more.
• The Helena Project named for a
character in A Midsummer Night’s
Dream who grows and blossoms over
the course of the play, the Helena
Project engages teaching artists from
the Festival’s School of Theater to
conduct classes for children receiving
care at St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital.
Through the Access Program, the
Festival is able to offer an inclusive
cultural experience to the broader
Idaho community of the deaf and hardof-hearing; provide an enriching and
enjoyable outing for elderly citizens living
with few means and often without family
support; offer an educational, socializing
experience for children in the juvenile
corrections system; and engage newly
arrived refugees with the language and
culture of their new home.
The arts are for everyone
Access Program Night: Join us June
11 before the performance for a panel
discussion on the importance of Access to
the community and the Festival’s artists.
For more information on the Access
Program, please contact Jessamine Jones
at [email protected] or
208-429-9908 x211
The Festival would like to thank our generous
donors who make this program possible:
Idaho Council for
Deaf and Hard of Hearing
University Television Productions at
Boise State University
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Please join us in thanking these generous sponsors from our community on whom we rely to help us present our very best to you.
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Annual Giving
Annual giving to Idaho Shakespeare Festival assists with the operations, programs, equipment, maintenance and growth of
the Festival’s mainstage season and educational outreach. Levels are established by the total cash and securities gifted to the Festival between
May 1, 2013 and May 1, 2014.
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Thanks to the Paul
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Activities within the Shakespeare Society include:
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Housing Thanks
Shakespeare’s Humble Hosts:
Since the first season ISF has relied on the
generous and big-hearted Boise community
to provide a summer home for each of our
visiting artists. Their days are long and
full as each actor, designer and technician
works tirelessly to bring us our beloved
“Shakespeare Under the Stars”. We would
like to take this moment to offer a hearty
salute and giant thank you to those “Humble
Hosts” who have helped from the start. We
thank you for welcoming our artists home,
the way only Boiseans do so well.
Many thanks and our heartfelt
appreciation to the members of our
community who are graciously hosting
the 2014 Company.
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Rick Clark & Liz Roberts
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Alyson & Adam Outen
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PHOTOS BY DEBORAH HARDEE
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Advertiser Index
Program advertisers help to support the production of the Festival’s season program.
Please thank them with your patronage.
3 Horse Ranch Vineyards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
94.9 The River. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
ACHD Commuteride . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59
Adams Painting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77
Anderson Banducci . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75
ArmgaSys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43, 78
Asiago’s Ristorante/Asiago’s Downtown. . . . .63
Ballet Idaho. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
Bier:Thirty Bottle and Bistro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .73
Bleubird. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76
Boise City Department of Arts & History . . . . .43
Boise Contemporary Theater. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .82
Boise Education Association . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59
Boise Farmer’s Market . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .83
Boise Fry Company. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Boise Jazz Society. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Boise Montessori . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
Boise Office Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Boise Philharmonic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Boise State Osher Institute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
Boise State Public Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Boise State University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
Boise Weekly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .93
Broadway in Boise (Morrison Center) . . . . . . .69
Bronco Motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Café Shakespeare. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84, 85
Café Vicino . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Chandler’s Restaurant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Company of Fools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74
Cottonwood Grille. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Crossroads Carnegie Art Center . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
D.A. Davidson & Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
DKM Photography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .73
Edward Jones Investments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Eide Bailly LLP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77
EKC Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
Embrace Wellness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Erstad Architects. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87
Fine Kitchens & Baths . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Flying M Coffeehouse. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90
Focus Physical Therapy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79
Foerstel Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95
Formula Done . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58
Givens Pursley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Group One: Paul Dubman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63
Hawley Troxell Ennis & Hawley LLP . . . . . . . . .30
Hayden Beverage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .93
Hepworth, Janis & Kluksdal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
Holland & Hart LLP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Hotel 43. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Idaho Conservation League. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63
Idaho Family Magazine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Idaho Foundation for Parks and Lands . . . . . .94
Idaho Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Idaho Public Television . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Idaho Statesman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Idaho Urologic Institute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79
John Glenn Hall Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74
KeyBank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back Cover
KTVB-Idaho’s News Channel 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
McCall Music Society . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .73
Merrill Lynch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
Micron Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
National Historic Oregon Trail
Interpretive Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Opera Idaho . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75
Parsons Behle Latimer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Peppershock Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
Pro-Care. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Remedy Skincare . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
S1 IT Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
Saint Alphonsus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .97
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Scentsy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .78
Simmons Fine Jewelry . . . . . . Inside Front Cover
Snake River Winery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Starlight Mountain Theater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70
Stoel Rives LLP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Suzi Boyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80
Swaim Chiropractic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87
Tates Tents & Events, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92
The College of Idaho . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
The Flicks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
The Springs at Idaho City. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Trout Architects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
United Heritage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90
University of Idaho . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
We Like ‘Em Short Film Festival . . . . . . . . . . . .80
Western Pacemaker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70
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Wood Financial Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87
ZGA Architects. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
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In Memory and In Honor
Idaho Shakespeare Festival is honored to acknowledge gifts received this year.
In Memory of
In Memory of Arthur Martin Albanese
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of Jay Amyx
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of Ruth Eleanor Bahner
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of John Mark Bangerter
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of John M. Barringer
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
Lynn & Jim Johnston
In Memory of Alexa Rose Howell
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
Kenneth Howell
In Memory of Peter T. Johnson
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In Memory of Joel William Klingensmith
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In Memory of Patrick H. “Harry” Lawless, Jr.
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In Memory of William Dwight Lenzi, MD
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In Memory of Bill J. New
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In Memory of Fred Norman
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of F. Edward Osborne
Daniel & Stacie Neely
In Memory of Dan Alan Peterson
Jeannie Peterson
In Memory of Dan Peterson
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
Barbara Peterson
In Memory of Marylou Dyann McLeod Leyse
Bob & Dottie Greenwood
Tom & Alice Hennessey
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
Mike, Theresa, Michael & Annie McLeod
Loretta Tims
In Memory of Jim Plumtree
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
John & Jackie Parrish
In Memory of Laurel Lightner
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of Paul Adrian Ralstin
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of Tony & Mary Rivero
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of Allen Richard Derr
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of Carol N. Marlowe
Tiffany Greyson
Debra Hisaw
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
Mark Irwin
Christine Kelley
Victor Kelley & Jennifer Andrews Kelley
Diana & Mike Kruse
Lee Landin
Christopher Murray
Kris Query
Pam Twilegar
In Memory of Christine Flaherty
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of Phyllis Smith McClenahan
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of Marjorie Newell Gerdes
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of John F. Miller
Nathalia & David Anthony Smith
In Honor of
In Memory of Noel Harrison
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of Velma Morrison
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of Jon Duane Hellhake
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of William Henry Moseley
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In honor of the birth of Ryder Shilt &
Lawson Shilt
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In Memory of Fred Helpenstell
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
David Anthony Smith & Natalia Ann Miller
In Memory of John Mueller
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
Daniel & Stacie Neely
In Memory of Harvey Boraas Hoff
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of Irene P. Neely
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
Daniel & Stacie Neely
In Memory of Kay Book
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of Alvan Bernard “Barney” Brunelle
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
Eric & Brandy Wilson
In Memory of Mary Kay Bunderson
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of Pete Cenarrusa
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of John Sherwood Chapman
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of Bethine Church
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of Thomas Jefferson “Tom” Davis
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of Paul Hofflund
Great Lakes Theater, Bob Taylor
Jessamine Jones
Sherrill Livingston & Mark Hill
Debbie McCulley
Aaron & Mika Milette
Cassie & Ryan Mrozinski
Hannah & Shane Newbill
Pat Plumtree
Kiely & Jenna Prouty-Porter
John & Carroll Sims
Renee & Peter Vomocil
Christine Zimowsky & Tully Gerlach
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In Memory of Josephine Ora Raimondi
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
Michael & Theresa McLeod
In Memory of Juan E. Ruiz IV
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of James Thomas Scanlan, M.D.
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of Diane Sinor
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of Conley Ward
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In Memory of Dr. Gordon L. Williamson
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In honor of the birth of Emerson Prouty-Porter
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In honor of the birth of Henrietta Newbill
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In honor of the birth of Stella Mrozinski
Mark & Lynn Hofflund
In honor of Leah Brown’s birthday
Colleen Brown
In honor of Peter & Sally Oberlindacher
Lynnette Goodell
In honor of Susan May & Andrew Owczarek
Mary Ottoson
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by Troy Maben
Troy Maben
38 Seasons of Idaho Shakespeare
Plays of Idaho Shakespeare Festival 1977–2014
2010
Idaho Shakespeare Festival
Amphitheater and Reserve
2014
2013
2012
Deathtrap by Ira Levin
As You Like It
Les Misérables a new production of Boublil
and Schönberg’s musical epic based on a
novel by Victor Hugo, music by ClaudeMichel Schönberg, lyrics by Herbert
Kretzmer, original French text by Alain
Boublil and Jean-Marc Natel
The Merry Wives of Windsor
Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling
Idaho Theater for Youth—The Jabberwocky
by Dakotah Brown, Noah Moody, and
Chad Shohet
Shakespearience—Romeo and Juliet
2009
Blithe Spirit by Noël Coward
Much Ado About Nothing
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber
of Fleet Street music and lyrics by Stephen
Sondheim, book by Hugh Wheeler
King Richard III
The Foreigner by Larry Shue
Idaho Theater for Youth—Air Heart by
Dwayne Blackaller
Shakespearience—Much Ado About Nothing
2008
Romeo and Juliet
The Mousetrap by Agatha Christie
The Imaginary Invalid adapted from Molière
by Oded Gross and Tracy Young
The Winter’s Tale
Noises Off by Michael Frayn
Idaho Theater for Youth—The Science of
Fiction by Dwayne Blackaller
Shakespearience—Macbeth
201 1 — 35th Anniversary
The Two Gentlemen of Verona
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare
(Abridged) by Adam Long, Daniel Singer
and Jess Winfield
Cabaret book by Joe Masteroff, based on the
play by John Van Druten and stories by
Christopher Isherwood, music by John
Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb
The Taming of the Shrew
The 39 Steps adapted by Patrick Barlow from
the novel by John Buchan and the film by
Alfred Hitchcock
Shakespearience—Twelfth Night
Idaho Theater for Youth—Hansel and Gretel’s
Grimm Tale by E. Gray
Simons III and Tara Franklin
page 88
2007
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Bat Boy: The Musical story and book by
Keythe Farley and Brian Flemming,
music and lyrics by Laurence O’Keefe
An Ideal Husband by Oscar Wilde
Othello
The Woman in Black by Stephen Malatratt,
based on the novel by Susan Hill
Shakespearience—Othello
Idaho Theater for Youth—Aesop’s Network:
Broadcasting Theatrical Fables by
E. Gray Simons III
The Comedy of Errors
The Seagull by Anton Chekhov
The Mystery of Edwin Drood
a musical by Rupert Holmes
Twelfth Night
A Tuna Christmas by Jaston Williams,
Joe Sears and Ed Howard
Shakespearience—A Midsummer
Night’s Dream
Idaho Theater for Youth—The Wind in the
Willows by Eric Schmiedl, adapted from
the book by Kenneth Grahame
All’s Well that Ends Well
The Crucible by Arthur Miller
Into the Woods book by James Lapine,
music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Macbeth
Greater Tuna by Jaston Williams,
Joe Sears and Ed Howard
Shakespearience—Hamlet
Idaho Theater for Youth—Tomás and the
Library Lady by José Cruz González, music
and lyrics by José Cruz González, musical
arrangements by Adam Jacobsen
Hay Fever by Noël Coward
The Tempest
Arsenic and Old Lace by Joseph Kesselring
Measure for Measure
Little Shop of Horrors book and lyrics by
Howard Ashman, music by
Alan Menken
Shakespearience—Much Ado About Nothing
Idaho Theater for Youth—The Boxcar
Children adapted for the stage
by Barbara Field from the book
by Gertrude Chandler Warner
2006—30th Anniversary
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to
the Forum book by Bert Shevelove and
Larry Gelbart, music and lyrics by
Stephen Sondheim
Love’s Labor’s Lost
Major Barbara by George Bernard Shaw
Romeo and Juliet
The Spitfire Grill music and book
by James Valcq, lyrics and book
by Fred Alley, based on the film
by Lee David Zlotoff
Shakespearience—The Tempest
Idaho Theater for Youth—Feather on
the Sea by James Racheff
2005
The Taming of the Shrew
She Stoops to Conquer by Oliver Goldsmith
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to
the Forum book by Bert Shevelove and
Larry Gelbart, music and lyrics by
Stephen Sondheim
King Lear
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare
(Abridged) by Adam Long, Daniel Singer
and Jess Winfield
I Am My Own Wife by Doug Wright,
co-production with Boise Contemporary
Theater and Portland Stage Company
Shakespearience—The Taming of the Shrew
Idaho Theater for Youth—Dreams of a
Bird Woman by Mark Rosenwinkel
2004
The Importance of Being Earnest
by Oscar Wilde
As You Like It
The Merry Wives of Windsor
Julius Caesar
I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change
book and lyrics by Joe DiPietro,
music by Jimmy Roberts
Shakespearience—Romeo and Juliet
Idaho Theater for Youth—The Three
Questions by Micki Panttaja, adapted from
the original by Leo Tolstoy
2003
The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
The Comedy of Errors
Henry V
The Fantasticks book and lyrics by
Tom Jones, music by Harvey Schmidt
Shakespearience—The Comedy of Errors
Idaho Theater for Youth—Moss Gown
adapted by Micki Panttaja from the original
by William H. Hooks, music by Chris Limber
2002
Much Ado About Nothing
Arms and The Man by George Bernard Shaw
Twelfth Night
Macbeth
You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown
based on the comic strip “Peanuts”
by Charles M. Schulz, book, music and
lyrics by Clark Gesner
Shakespearience—As You Like It
Idaho Theater for Youth—Jack Frost
by James Still
ParkCenter
1997
2000
1999
1998
The Complete Works of William
Shakespeare (Abridged) by Adam Long,
Daniel Singer and Jess Winfield
The Three Musketeers by Alexander
Dumas, adapted by Linda Alper, Douglas
Langworthy and Penny Metropulos
The Two Gentlemen of Verona
Othello
Pump Boys and Dinettes conceived and
written by John Foley, Mark Hardwick,
Debra Monk, Cass Morgan, John Schimmel
and Jim Wann
Shakespearience—Romeo and Juliet
and Twelfth Night
Idaho Theater for Youth–Bremen
Town Blues by Mark Rosenwinkel
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Scapin by Molière, translated by
Shelley Berc and Andrei Belgrader, original
music and lyrics by Rusty Magee
The Winter’s Tale
Titus Andronicus
The Complete Works of William
Shakespeare (Abridged) by Adam Long,
Daniel Singer and Jess Winfield
Shakespearience—The Two Gentlemen
of Verona
As You Like It
Measure for Measure
Titus Andronicus
Quilters by Molly Newman and
Barbara Damashek
Shakespearience
What the Butler Saw by Joe Orton
Macbeth
1987
Romeo and Juliet
The Comedy of Errors
Pericles
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
by Mark Rosenwinkel
Mark Twain, Hisownself adapted by
Cynthia Gaede and Dan Peterson
Shakespearience
Private Lives by Noël Coward
The Merchant of Venice
The Taming of the Shrew
Macbeth
Shakespearience—A Midsummer
Night’s Dream
1996—20th Anniversary
The Complete Works of William
Shakespeare (Abridged) by Adam Long,
Daniel Singer and Jess Winfield
The Merry Wives of Windsor
The Tempest
Twelfth Night
Shakespearience—Macbeth
2001—25th Anniversary
The Two Gentlemen of Verona
Amadeus by Peter Shaffer
Much Ado About Nothing
Hamlet
Forever Plaid written and originally
directed and choreographed by Stuart
Ross, musical continuity supervision and
arrangements by James Raitt
The Complete Works of William
Shakespeare (Abridged) by Adam Long,
Daniel Singer and Jess Winfield
Shakespearience—Hamlet
Idaho Theater for Youth—Tiny Fiend and
the String Ball by Maria Headley
1988
1995
1994
The Two Gentlemen of Verona
Love’s Labor’s Lost
Henry IV, Part One
Henry IV, Part Two
Shakespearience—Twelfth Night
Dancing at Lughnasa by Brian Friel
Much Ado About Nothing
Julius Caesar
As You Like It
Shakespearience—A Midsummer
Night’s Dream
A Christmas Carol adapted by
Richard Hellesen and David de Berry
1993
Quilters by Molly Newman and
Barbara Damashek
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Tartuffe by Molière
The Comedy of Errors
Shakespearience—Romeo and Juliet
A Christmas Carol adapted by
Richard Hellesen and David de Berry
1992
Romeo and Juliet
The Taming of the Shrew
Richard III
Scapino! by Frank Dunlop and Jim Dale
Shakespearience
1991—15th Anniversary
The Tempest
Twelfth Night
Macbeth
A Woman of Means by R.N. Sandberg
Shakespearience
The Crucible by Arthur Miller
1990
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Romeo and Juliet
Cymbeline
Shakespearience—Romeo and Juliet
1989
The Merry Wives of Windsor
The Merchant of Venice
Henry VIII
A Woman of Means by R.N. Sandberg
Shakespearience
The Skin of Our Teeth by Thornton Wilder
Much Ado About Nothing
Troilus and Cressida
Richard II
Waiting for the Parade by John Murrell
Shakespearience
A Touch of the Poet by Eugene O’Neill
1986—10th Anniversary
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Othello
All’s Well that Ends Well
Pendragon by Don Nigro
Shakespearience
1985
Richard III
The Two Gentlemen of Verona
The Winter’s Tale
Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett
Robin Hood by Don Nigro
1984
King Lear
The Taming of the Shrew
Robin Hood by Don Nigro
The World of Shakespeare
Billy Bishop Goes to War by John Gray
Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All for You
by Christopher Durang
Crimes of the Heart by Beth Henley
The Plantation
1983
Henry IV, Part One
Love’s Labor’s Lost
The Merry Wives of Windsor
The Curate Shakespeare As You Like It
1982
Hamlet
Twelfth Night
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
1981—5th Anniversary
The Tempest
Much Ado About Nothing
As You Like It
One Capital Center
1980
The Comedy of Errors
The Taming of the Shrew
The Merchant of Venice
1979
The Merry Wives of Windsor
Romeo and Juliet
1978
The Two Gentlemen of Verona
1977
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
page 89
Photo Credits
All photos by
DKM Photography unless
noted otherwise.
Front Cover
(Top to bottom)
Richard Klautsch*, Lynn Robert Berg*,
Betsy Mugavero*, Jodi Dominick*,
Christine Weber*, Dougfred Miller*
Table of Contents page 4
Page 4 (top to bottom)
Betsy Mugavero*, David Anthony
Smith*, Much Ado About Nothing
(2013). Photo by Roger Mastrioanni.
Page 5 (Clockwise from top left)
Tom Ford*, Nick Steen*, Deathtrap
(2014). Photo by Roger Mastrioanni.
Cassandra Bissell*, Karen Thorla, Much
Ado About Nothing (2013).
Darren Matthias*, Sweeney Todd
(2013), Photo by Roger Mastroianni.
Shanara Gabrielle*, Maggie Kettering*,
Blithe Spirit (2013).
Lynn Allison*, David McCann*, Much
Ado About Nothing (2013)
Education and Outreach
Programs pages 60-61
Top row: Camp Shakespeare and Camp
Musical, 2013
Bottom left: 2013 Apprentice Company
Showcase.
Right: Dakotah Brown, Rod Wolfe,
Elsbeth Poe, Torsten Johnson,
Shakespearience tour Much Ado About
Nothing (2013).
Festival History
pages 88-89
All historical Festival photos by
Troy Maben.
Left to right:
Stitch Marker, As You Like It (2004)
Aled Davies*, A Funny Thing Happened
on the Way to the Forum (2006)
Sara M. Bruner*, Richard Klautsch*,
King Lear (2005)
Dan Alan Peterson “Danny P”,
Romeo and Juliet (2006)
Julie Evan Smith*, Laura Welsh Berg,
Love’s Labor’s Lost (2006)
Tom Willmorth*, Joe Conley Golden*,
Greenshow (1993)
page 90
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As You Like It
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7:00 p.m. Performance—Family
Nights included*
8:00
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GALA Annual Benefit
THU
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30
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