By William Shakespeare
November 16-20, 2006
|Scenic Designer||Snezana Petrovich|
|Costume Designer||Deborah Bradford|
|Lighting Designer||Dan Cork|
Shakespeare's celebration of the madness of love and the transience of time brings together a lovesick duke, a grieving countess, an upwardly-mobile servant, and a pair of identical twins. Viola masquerades as her twin brother, believed perished in a shipwreck, in order to serve the Duke with whom she secretly falls in love.
In the U of R production, the place takes the form of Viola's fantasy - what she wills - separated from her brother when their passenger vessel wrecks on its journey to California during the mid-19th Century Gold Rush.
The production also included live music and some of Shakespeare's most memorable songs, including "O Mistress Mine", "Come Away", and 'When That I Was A Little Tiny Boy".
|Sir Andrew||Chip Gross|
|Sir Toby||Derek Delmar|
|Fabian||Landry Barb II|
|Second Officer||Matthew Taylor|
|Olivia's Servant||Megan Quinn|
|First Officer||Toby Seisler|
|Olivia's Servant||Yvette Magallon|
|Musician (Clarinet)||Adrian Villicana|
|Musician (Piano)||Eric Chu|
|Assistant Director||Michael Trobisch|
|Stage Manager||Eric S. Rodriguez|
|Assistant Lighting Designer||Kyle Ledesma|
|Technical Director||Dan Cork|
|Music Director||Chip Gross|
|Sound Designers||Nicholas Malenka