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PHOTO EDITORS: Advance photos for Much Ado About Nothing are available by clicking here.
SAN DIEGO (June 13, 2018)—The Old Globe today announced the cast and creative team as the 2018 Summer Shakespeare Festival continues with the finest of the Bard’s work outdoors under the stars in the Lowell Davies Festival Theatre. Celebrate romance with Much Ado About Nothing, directed by three-time Tony Award winner Kathleen Marshall (the Globe’s Love’s Labor’s Lost), running August 12 – September 16, 2018. Tickets start at $30.00, on sale to the general public now. Previews run August 12–17. Opening night is Saturday, August 18 at 8:00 p.m.
Marshall makes her triumphant return as director to our Festival Theatre stage with one of the greatest romantic comedies ever, in a production full of colorful characters, passionate poetry, and Shakespeare’s wittiest wordplay. Everyone can see that confirmed bachelor Benedick and headstrong Beatrice are meant for each other—except for Benedick and Beatrice themselves! While their friends try to trick the bickering pair into admitting they’re in love, their young sidekicks Hero and Claudio start a romance of their own. But will false accusations, broken promises, and even a nutty and bumbling police force prevent a happy ending?
“Much Ado about Nothing is one of the masterpieces of Shakespeare’s canon, and in a glorious production like this one, it delivers a special kind of joy,” said Erna Finci Viterbi Artistic Director Barry Edelstein. “The play is sparklingly witty, sweepingly romantic, and full of music, laughter, dance, and poetry. It’s everything that’s thrilling about Shakespeare, all in one play. The brilliant director Kathleen Marshall returns to the Globe to make summer Shakespeare magic again, and her company of actors and designers is as good as it gets. This will be a highlight of the Globe’s work, and I know that our audiences will join me in cheering for it.”
The cast features Sara Topham as Beatrice (Olivia in the Globe’s 2015 Twelfth Night, Broadway’s Travesties revival and The Importance of Being Earnest, Saint Joan at the Shaw Festival, U.K. world premiere of Love Me Do) and Michael Hayden as Benedick (last at the Globe in Double Indemnity, Broadway’s Carousel, Judgment at Nuremberg, Cabaret, Henry IV, Parts I and II, “Chicago Fire”); Fred Applegate as Dogberry (Broadway’s Wicked, Tuck Everlasting, The Last Ship, La Cage aux Folles), Michael Boatman as Don Pedro, Balthasar (Ken Ludwig’s Robin Hood!, “The Good Fight,” Broadway’s “Master Harold”…and the Boys revival), Manoel Felciano as Don John (the Globe’s The Tempest, Ken Ludwig’s Robin Hood!, and Twelfth Night, Broadway’s Sweeney Todd, Amélie), James Newcomb as Antonio, Verges (the Globe’s Twelfth Night and Coriolanus), and René Thornton Jr. as Leonato (The Tempest, entire Folio at American Shakespeare Center in Virginia). The cast also includes students in The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program, all of whom were seen earlier this summer in the Globe’s The Tempest: Carlos Angel-Barajas (Claudio), Sam Avishay (Messenger), Nora Carroll (Margaret), Yadira Correa (Conrade), Daniel Ian Joeck (Friar Francis), Jose Martinez (Watch), Renardo Charles Pringle Jr. (Messenger), Larica Schnell (Ursula), Jersten Seraile (Watch), Samantha Sutliff (Watch), Morgan Taylor (Hero), Wenona Truong (Sexton), Jared Van Heel (Messenger), and Eric Weiman (Borachio). The musicians are Abigail Grace Allwein (Violin) and James Michael McHale (Guitar).
The creative team includes John Lee Beatty (Scenic Design), Michael Krass (Costume Design), Stephen Strawbridge (Lighting Design), Sten Severson (Sound Design), Stephen Flaherty (Composer, “Sigh No More”), Abigail Grace Allwein (Music Director), Ursula Meyer (Voice and Text Coach), Tara Rubin Casting/Laura Schutzel, CSA (Casting), and Jess Slocum (Production Stage Manager).
William Shakespeare (Playwright), 1564–1616, was an English poet, playwright, and actor, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world's preeminent dramatist. During his career he wrote 38 plays, 154 sonnets, two long narrative poems, and other verses. His body of plays consists of the tragedies Antony and Cleopatra, Coriolanus, Hamlet, Julius Caesar, King Lear, Macbeth, Othello, Romeo and Juliet, Timon of Athens, Titus Andronicus, and Troilus and Cressida; the comedies All’s Well That Ends Well, As You Like It, The Comedy of Errors, Love’s Labor’s Lost, Measure for Measure, The Merchant of Venice, The Merry Wives of Windsor, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Much Ado About Nothing, The Taming of the Shrew, Twelfth Night, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, and The Two Noble Kinsmen; the romances Cymbeline, Pericles, The Tempest, and The Winter’s Tale; and the histories Henry IV Parts I and II, Henry V, Henry VI Parts I, II, and III, Henry VIII, King John, Richard II, and Richard III. His plays have been translated into every major living language and are performed more often than those of any other playwright.
Kathleen Marshall (Director) made her Globe directing debut in 2016 with the acclaimed Love’s Labor’s Lost. Her Broadway credits include In Transit; Living on Love; Nice Work If You Can Get It; Anything Goes; The Pajama Game; Wonderful Town; Grease; Little Shop of Horrors; Follies; Seussical; Kiss Me, Kate; 1776;and Swinging on a Star. Her Off Broadway and regional credits include City Center Encores! (Artistic Director for four seasons), New York Shakespeare Festival, Second Stage Theatre, Hollywood Bowl, Boston Pops, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Long Wharf Theatre, Paper Mill Playhouse, and The Muny. Ms. Marshall’s film and television work includes My Week with Marilyn (choreographer), “Once Upon a Mattress”, “The Music Man” (Emmy Award nomination), and “2 Broke Girls.” She has received three Tony Awards (out of nine nominations), three Drama Desk Awards, three Outer Critics Circle Awards, the Astaire Award, the George Abbott Award, the Smith College Medal (her alma mater), and the Pennsylvania Governor’s Award for the Arts, and she has been named a Distinguished Daughter of Pennsylvania. She is an Associate Artist of Roundabout Theatre Company and a member of the Executive Board of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society.
Much Ado About Nothing is supported in part by the Jean and Gary Shekhter Fund for Classic Theatre and through gifts from Production Sponsors Joan and Irwin Jacobs, Darlene Marcos Shiley, and June Yoder, as well as Artist Sponsor Ann Davies (for director Kathleen Marshall). Financial support is provided by The City of San Diego.
Additional events taking place during the run of Much Ado About Nothing include:
SHAKESPEARE IN THE GARDEN: Tuesday, August 21; Wednesday, August 22; Thursday, August 23; Friday, August 24; and Saturday, August 25; all at 7:00 p.m.
The Old Globe artistic staff presents introductory talks prior to select performances. All talks take place one hour prior to the show, in the Craig Noel Garden. FREE.
VICKI AND CARL ZEIGER INSIGHTS SEMINAR: Tuesday, August 14, 2018 at 6:30 p.m.
An opportunity to closely connect with productions both onstage and backstage. A panel selected from the artistic company of each show (playwrights, actors, directors, designers, and/or technicians) engages patrons in an informal and illuminating presentation of ideas and insights to enhance the theatregoing experience. Reception at 5:00 p.m. FREE.
POST-SHOW FORUMS: Tuesdays, August 21 and August 28, and Wednesday, August 22, 2018
Join us after the show for an informal and enlightening question-and-answer session with cast, crew, and/or Globe staff members. Get the inside story on creating a character and putting together a professional production. FREE.
FREE MONDAY NIGHT FILM SCREENINGS: Mondays, July 16 and 30, and August 27.
The series kicked off with Fred Wilcox’s Forbidden Planet on Monday, July 9; followed by
Ralph Fiennes’s Coriolanus: July 16 at 7:00 p.m., Donald and Darlene Shiley Stage in the Old Globe Theatre, part of the Conrad Prebys Theatre Center;
Orson Welles’s Othello: July 30 at 7:00 p.m., Donald and Darlene Shiley Stage in the Old Globe Theatre, part of the Conrad Prebys Theatre Center; and
Ian McKellen’s Richard III: August 27 at 8:00 p.m., Lowell Davies Festival Theatre.
Admission is free. Seating for each film is first-come, first-served by general admission.
The line begins one hour before each screening.
SINGLE TICKETS to Much Ado About Nothing start at $30.00 and are on sale to the general public now. Tickets can be purchased online at www.TheOldGlobe.org, by phone at (619) 23-GLOBE [234-5623], or by visiting the Box Office at 1363 Old Globe Way in Balboa Park. Discounts are available for full-time students, patrons 29 years of age and under, seniors, military members, and groups of 10 or more.
PERFORMANCES begin August 12, 2018 and continue through September 16. Performance times: Previews: Sunday, August 12 at 8:00 p.m.; Tuesday, August 14 at 8:00 p.m.; Wednesday, August 15 at 8:00 p.m.; Thursday, August 16 at 8:00 p.m.; and Friday, August 17 at 8:00 p.m. Opening night is Saturday, August 18 at 8:00 p.m. Regular performances: (August 19 – September 1): Tuesday through Sunday evenings at 8:00 p.m.; (September 2 – September 16): Tuesday, Wednesday, and Sunday evenings at 7:00 p.m.; Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings at 8:00 p.m.
The Globe’s 2018 Summer Shakespeare Festival blew in with Shakespeare’s enchanting fantasy, brimming with magic and romance, The Tempest. Directed by Joe Dowling (formerly the Artistic Director for Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis and Abbey Theatre in Ireland), with star of stage and screen Kate Burton as Prospera, it runs June 17 – July 22. The 2018 Summer Season continues with Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax, presented by The Old Globe and Children’s Theatre Company, in partnership with The Old Vic, July 2 – August 12. Based on the book The Lorax by Dr. Seuss, it is adapted for the stage by David Greig, with music and lyrics by Charlie Fink, and directed by Max Webster. Originally produced at The Old Vic in London, where it was directed by Webster, Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax includes puppet design by Finn Caldwell and Nick Barnes, choreography by Drew McOnie, and scenic and costume design by Rob Howell. The classic Neil Simon comedy Barefoot in the Park follows, directed by Jessica Stone (Ken Ludwig’s Robin Hood!, Arms and the Man, and Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike at the Globe), which will run July 28 – August 26.
Don’t miss the many humanities-based events surrounding each production designed to make theatre matter to more people—including Insights Seminars, Post-Show Forums, and Shakespeare in the Garden. Ongoing arts engagement programs throughout the year include Globe for All, AXIS, coLAB, Behind the Curtain, Bard Basics, Reflecting Shakespeare, Community Voices, Breaking Bread, Pam Farr Summer Shakespeare Studio, Subject Matters, and Behind-the-Scenes Tours. Pioneering programs include Free Student Matinee Series, Sensory-Friendly Performances, School in the Park, and The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program. Watch for details of exciting new guests to be announced for Thinking Shakespeare Live! on July 28 at the San Diego Central Library, In Conversation with Barry Edelstein, and Powers New Voices Festival. The Old Globe is an internationally recognized cultural icon striving to serve its audiences with the best possible theatrical experiences while providing year-round arts engagement and community programs for the citizens of San Diego County.
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CALENDAR: The Tempest (6/17–7/22), Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax (7/2–8/12), Barefoot in the Park (7/28–9/2), Much Ado About Nothing (8/12–9/16), AXIS: LV’s Island Flair, Featuring Dance Lessons with Elvina Addams (8/21), The Heart of Rock & Roll (9/6–10/21), AXIS: Mexican Independence Day Celebration, Featuring Las Colibrí in Concert (9/15), 2018 Globe Gala featuring Andra Day (9/22), M.F.A.: Julius Caesar (10/20–10/28), AXIS: Day of the Dead Celebration (10/28), Globe for All Tour: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (10/30–11/18), Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (11/3–12/29), Looking for Christmas: The New Clint Black Christmas Musical (11/11–12/16), Familiar (1/26–3/3/2019), Tiny Beautiful Things (2/9–3/10), Life After (3/22–4/28), They Promised Her the Moon (4/6–5/5), Ken Ludwig’s The Gods of Comedy (5/11–6/16), What You Are (5/23–6/23).
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The Tony Award-winning Old Globe is one of the country’s leading professional regional theatres and has stood as San Diego’s flagship arts institution for over 80 years. Under the leadership of Erna Finci Viterbi Artistic Director Barry Edelstein and Managing Director Timothy J. Shields, The Old Globe produces a year-round season of 15 productions of classic, contemporary, and new works on its three Balboa Park stages: the Donald and Darlene Shiley Stage in the 600-seat Old Globe Theatre and the 250-seat Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre, both part of The Old Globe’s Conrad Prebys Theatre Center, and the 605-seat outdoor Lowell Davies Festival Theatre, home of its internationally renowned Shakespeare Festival. More than 250,000 people attend Globe productions annually and participate in the theatre’s artistic and arts engagement programs. Numerous world premieres such as the 2014 Tony Award winner for Best Musical, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Meteor Shower, Bright Star, Allegiance, The Full Monty, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels,and the annual holiday musical Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas! have been developed at The Old Globe and have gone on to enjoy highly successful runs on Broadway and at regional theatres across the country.
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CAST AND CREATIVE TEAM BIOGRAPHIES
Carlos Angel-Barajas (Claudio) is a first-year M.F.A. candidate with The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program. He was recently seen in The Tempest (The Old Globe) and was seen in Romeo and Juliet, Three Sisters,and Cloud 9 (The Old Globe/USD). He has also appeared regionally in Much Ado About Nothing, Macbeth, and The Rover (Santa Cruz Shakespeare). Locally he has appeared in Romulus Killgore’s Mobile Happiness Bazaar (La Jolla Playhouse’s Without Walls Festival) and How to Use a Knife (UC San Diego’s Wagner New Play Festival). He received his B.A. in Theatre from UC San Diego. carlosangelb.com, @carlos_angelba on Instagram and Twitter.
Fred Applegate (Dogberry) has appeared on Broadway as The Wizard in Wicked, Joe in Tuck Everlasting, Father O’Brien in The Last Ship, M. Renaud and Dindon in La Cage aux Folles, Monsignor O’Hara in Sister Act, Blind Hermit in Young Frankenstein, Max Bialystock in The Producers (also in London), and Maxin The Sound of Music. He also appeared in Fanny! at City Center Encores! and Happiness at Lincoln Center Theater, as well as the national tours of Wicked, Anything Goes, The Producers, and Beauty and the Beast. Mr. Applegate has been seen regionally at The Old Globe, Alliance Theatre, Mark Taper Forum, Geffen Playhouse, The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, and Guthrie Theater, where he was a Resident Artist for three years, appearing in 13 productions. His recent television credits include “Crashing,” “Billions,” “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” and “Person of Interest.” He was a series regular on “Newhart,” “FM,” “Life… and Stuff,” “Woops!,” and “Nine to Five,” and a recurring character on “Night Court,” “Cosby,” and “Growing Pains.” His other credits include “Will & Grace,” “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman,” “ER,” “Seinfeld,” “Touched by an Angel,” “Northern Exposure,” and many more. He is married to Cherie Sprosty, Liturgy Director at the Shrine of St. Frances Cabrini. They have three children: Ben, Meredith, and Ethan. fredapplegate.com.
Sam Avishay (Messenger) was last seen at the Globe as Ferdinand in The Tempest. He is an M.F.A. student at The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program. His prior credits at the Globe and with the program include Prince/Chorus in Romeo and Juliet, Harry Percy in King Richard II, Voltemand in Hamlet, Chuck in The Maderati,Chorus in Ajax, and Thurio in The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Prior to beginning graduate studies at University of San Diego, he studied cooking and butchery at Chez Panisse in Berkeley and Eatrip in Tokyo. He received his B.A. in History with a focus on International Food History from UC Berkeley. @sammax.jpeg on Instagram.
Michael Boatman (Don Pedro, Balthasar) made his Globe debut last year in Ken Ludwig’s Robin Hood! He currently co-stars on the television series “The Good Fight.” He also starred in Roundabout Theatre Company’s Broadway revival of “Master Harold”…and the Boys. His other stage credits include The Glass Menagerie (Lorraine Hansberry Theatre), Tiny Mommy (Playwrights Horizons), and Blithe Spirit (Williamstown Theatre Festival). His television credits include “The Good Fight,” “Madam Secretary,” “Instant Mom,” “The Good Wife,” and “Spin City.” He is the author of four novels, including Last God Standing and Who Wants to Be the Prince of Darkness? He studied acting at Western Illinois University.
Nora Carroll (Margaret) is excited to be returning to The Old Globe’s Festival stage. Ms. Carroll was most recently seen at the Globe playing Miranda in The Tempest. Prior to that she played Natasha in Three Sisters (The Old Globe/USD), Octavia in the world premiere of BLKS (Steppenwolf Theatre Company), and Guildenstern in Hamlet and Queen Isabel in King Richard II (The Old Globe). Ms. Carroll received her B.F.A. in Drama from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and her M.F.A. in Acting this year from The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program. @noralcarroll on Instagram.
Yadira Correa (Conrade) was seen this summer as Francisca in The Tempest at The Old Globe. She also recently appeared in The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program productions of Romeo and Juliet, Three Sisters,and Cloud 9. She playedGratiano in the all-female production of The Merchant of Venice (Cardinal Stage Company) and the special event production of 2666 (Goodman Theatre). She has worked at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Court Theatre, Teatro Vista, Collaboraction, and About Face Theatre, among others. Her credits also include Quiara Alegría Hudes’ Water by the Spoonful and Tanya Saracho’s Enfrascada (A Jarring Comedy of Hoodoo Proportions) (16th Street Theater, Renaissance Theaterworks), as well as most ensemble-devised works at Teatro Luna (2003–2009), including Machos, Lunatica(s), and S-e-x-Oh! Ms. Correa is an alumna of the School at Steppenwolf.
Manoel Felciano (Don John) was previously seen at The Old Globe in The Tempest, Ken Ludwig’s Robin Hood!, Twelfth Night,and I Just Stopped By to See the Man. His Broadway credits include Sweeney Todd (Tony Award nomination), Amélie, Disaster!, Brooklyn, Jesus Christ Superstar, and Cabaret. He has appeared Off Broadway in The Changeling (Red Bull Theater), Trumpery (Atlantic Theater Company), and Shockheaded Peter and Much Ado About Nothing (New York Shakespeare Festival). Regionally Mr. Felciano’s credits include the world premiere of Terrence McNally’s Mothers and Sons with Tyne Daly (Bucks County Playhouse), The Outsider (Paper Mill Playhouse), The Exorcist with Brooke Shields (Geffen Playhouse), Clybourne Park, Round and Round the Garden, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, November, and Jerry in At Home at the Zoo (American Conservatory Theater), Elektra with Olympia Dukakis (Getty Villa), Ragtime (The Kennedy Center), Three Sisters (Williamstown Theatre Festival), and George in Sunday in the Park with George directed by Jason Alexander. His film and television credits include Uncertainty with Joseph Gordon-Levitt, “The Blacklist,” “Elementary,” “NCIS,” “Trauma,” “Life on Mars,” and “The Unusuals.” Mr. Felciano received a B.A. from Yale University and an M.F.A. from New York University, and he is a Columbia University faculty member. @manofelciano.
Michael Hayden (Benedick) was last seen at The Old Globe in the 2013 production of Double Indemnity. His Broadway credits include Billy in Carousel, Oscar Rolfe in Judgment at Nuremberg (Tony Award nomination), Cliff in Cabaret, Antony in Enchanted April, Christian in Festen, and Hal in Henry IV, Parts I and II opposite Kevin Kline. His Off Broadway credits include The Lady from Dubuque opposite Jane Alexander, Dessa Rose opposite LaChanze, and Chris in All My Sons directed by Barry Edelstein. His London credits include Billy in Carousel (National Theater; Olivier Award nomination) and Cliff in Cabaret (West End). His favorite regional credits include the title roles in Henry V and Richard II (Shakespeare Theatre Company), Frank in Merrily We Roll Along (The Kennedy Center), Anthony in Outside Mullingar (Dorset Theatre Festival), and Leontes in The Winter’s Tale (Guthrie Theater). Mr. Hayden received an American Film Institute’s AFI Fest Best Actor Award for Charming Billy. His television credits include “Law & Order,” “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” “Murder One,”and Bella Mafia opposite Vanessa Redgrave. He can currently be seen as Chief Huffhines on “Chicago Fire.”
Daniel Ian Joeck (Friar Francis) was most recently on the Festival stage as Sebastian in The Tempest. He also appeared last summer in Hamlet and King Richard II. He is finishing his second and final year as an M.F.A. candidate with The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program. In the program, he has played Tuzenbakh in Three Sisters, Capulet in Romeo and Juliet, Martin in The Maderati, Menelaus in Ajax, and The Duke in The Two Gentlemen of Verona. His regional credits include Macbeth and The Taming of the Shrew (Nebraska Shakespeare Festival), The Learned Ladies and The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Shakespeare & Company), and Ramona Quimby (Children’s Theatre Company). In Minneapolis, he has worked with Classical Actors Ensemble, Park Square Theatre, The Moving Company, Walking Shadow Theatre Company, Savage Umbrella, Theatre Pro Rata, Starting Gate Productions, and Wayward Theatre Company. danielianjoeck.com, @djoeck on Instagram.
Jose Martinez (Watch) previously appeared at The Old Globe in the Summer Shakespeare Festival productions of The Tempest, Hamlet,and King Richard II. Some of his other favorite credits include Romeo in Romeo and Juliet, Keene in The Maderati, Pepe in My Mañana Comes at San Diego Repertory Theatre, Orcus in She Kills Monsters, Mau in Nation, and Lysander in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Mr. Martinez is a graduate of The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program.
James Newcomb (Antonio, Verges) previously appeared at The Old Globe in Twelfth Night and Coriolanus. He has also been seen locally in Honky, Zoot Suit, and Brooklyn Boy (San Diego Repertory Theatre) and How the Other Half Loves (North Coast Repertory Theatre). His other regional credits include Oregon Shakespeare Festival (14 seasons, Resident Fight Director), Denver Center for the Performing Arts Theatre Company (10 seasons), The Public Theater, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Utah Shakespeare Festival, Shakespeare & Company (founding member), Goodman Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, South Coast Repertory, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Portland Center Stage, and Geva Theatre Center. Mr. Newcomb received an Oxford University Society Award for Richard III (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), a Drama-Logue Award for As You Like It (Shakespeare Santa Cruz), and a Denver Drama Critics Circle Award for Orphans (Denver Center). His television credits include Honky (PBS) and I Want to Keep My Baby! and The Cradle Will Fall (CBS). Mr. Newcomb served as Fight Director for The Squirrels, Jane Eyre, and Loot (La Jolla Playhouse), The Illusion, Zoot Suit, and Water & Power (San Diego Rep), and Conquistador, Don Giovani, and Moby Dick (San Diego Opera). He is a fight instructor at UC San Diego’s Graduate Theatre Program.
Renardo Charles Pringle Jr. (Messenger) appeared in The Tempest, Hamlet,and King Richard II in The Old Globe’s Summer Shakespeare Festival, and he has appeared with The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program as Andrei Prozorov in Three Sisters, Friar Lawrence in Romeo and Juliet, Teucer in Ajax, Ritt in The Maderati, and Antonio in The Two Gentlemen of Verona. His stage work includes Lewis in King John, Belize in Angels in America, Jackson in Pantomime, Costard in Love’s Labour’s Lost, and the title role in Othello. He also appeared on Comedy Central’s “Detroiters” as Thomas. He is a graduate of the University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater B.F.A. Actor Training Program. @livelovelaughliftnardi on Instagram.
Larica Schnell (Ursula) is originally from Pretoria, South Africa, and is in The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program. She last appeared as Ceres in The Tempest at The Old Globe, and prior to that as Juliet in Romeo and Juliet atThe Old Globe/USD. Her other production credits at The Old Globe include Hamlet and King Richard II, both in 2017. Her previous M.F.A. productions include Three Sisters, The Maderati, Ajax, and The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Ms. Schnell received her undergraduate degree in Theatre and Performance from University of Cape Town. @laricslyrics on Instagram.
Jersten Seraile (Watch) is in his third semester in The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program. This will mark his second production with the Globe, The Tempest being his first. He was seen in the M.F.A. program as Paris in Romeo and Juliet, Fyodor Ilych Kulygin in Three Sisters, and, most recently, Betty and Edward in the spring production of Cloud 9. He has toured nationally playing the roles of Mr. White, Bernard, and Brom Bones in Encore! (Chamber Theatre Productions). While on tour, Mr. Seraile made his Off Broadway debut playing Langston Hughes in the one-man show Harlem Blooms in Spring, which he also wrote (Theatre Row). His other credits include If We Don’t Get It, Shut It Down (Harlem Repertory Theatre) and The Full Monty and Oliver! (Clear Space Theatre Company). Mr. Seraile received his bachelor’s degree from Eugene Lang College.
Samantha Sutliff (Watch) has appeared in the Globe’s Summer Shakespeare Festival as Juno in The Tempest, Cornelia in Hamlet,and Duchess of Gloucester in King Richard II. She was recently seen as Masha in Three Sisters,Nurse in Romeo and Juliet, andCuddles Molotov in The Maderati with The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program. She is a B.M. graduate of the Frost School of Music at University of Miami. Before arriving in San Diego from Los Angeles, she starred in the award-winning film Plaything and the hit web series “Another Castle” and “The Leslie,” following two years working for Carnival Cruise Line as a vocalist. Some of her favorite roles also include Antigone in Antigone and Mary Lane in Reefer Madness (University of Miami). @samsutliff on Twitter, @sammysutliff on Instagram.
Morgan Taylor (Hero) just finished her first year in The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program. Ms. Taylor has been seen this year in The Tempest (The Old Globe) and Cloud 9, Three Sisters, and Romeo and Juliet (The Old Globe/USD). Her other credits include Eurydice and Baby with the Bathwater (Oceanside Theatre Company), Orlando (Elements Theatre Collective), and The Arabian Nights, Absolutely! (Perhaps), and The Merchant of Venice (UC Santa Barbara). Ms. Taylor is an alumna of University of California, Santa Barbara’s Theater B.F.A. Actor Training Program. morgantaylor.me, @the.morgantaylor on Instagram.
René Thornton Jr. (Leonato) recently made his Old Globe and San Diego debuts in The Tempest. From 2004 to 2017, he was a resident company member at American Shakespeare Center in Virginia, where he appeared in 118 productions and performed in all of the plays in Shakespeare’s Folio. His favorite roles at ASC include Timon, King Lear, Leontes, Benedick, Faustus, Jack in The Importance of Being Earnest, Othello, Coriolanus, and Valmont in Les Liaisons Dangereuses. Most recently he played King in All’s Well That Ends Well with L.A.’s Independent Shakespeare Co. He has also been seen at the Oregon, Utah, and Wisconsin Shakespeare Festivals and appeared in the Utah premiere of both parts of Angels in America. Mr. Thornton has an M.F.A. from the Professional Theatre Training Program at University of Delaware and a B.F.A. in Acting from The University of Utah. @RTJ125 on Instagram.
Sara Topham (Beatrice) was last seen at The Old Globe in 2015 as Olivia in Twelfth Night. She has appeared on Broadway as Cecily in the 2018 revival of Tom Stoppard’s Travesties, and as Gwendolyn in The Importance of Being Earnest,both for Roundabout Theatre Company. Her other recent credits include Joan in Saint Joan (Shaw Festival) and Beatrice-Joanna in The Changeling (Off-Broadway). In London, she appeared in the U.K. premiere of Intimate Apparel and the world premiere of Love Me Do. Her selected roles at Stratford Festival in Canada include Shakespeare’s Juliet, Rosalind, Cordelia, Olivia, Jessica, and Princess Katherine, as well as Ruth in Blithe Spirit, Célimène in The Misanthrope, Wendy in Peter Pan, Tourvel in Dangerous Liaisons, Laurencia in Fuente Ovejuna, Mabel in An Ideal Husband, Laura in The Glass Menagerie, Grace in London Assurance, Brooke in Noises Off, and Cassandra in Agamemnon. Ms. Topham’s regional credits include Ariel in The Tempest and Titania/Hippolyta in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, which also toured China (Shakespeare Theatre Company), Thea in Hedda Gabler and Miranda in The Tempest (Hartford Stage), and The Governess in The Turn of the Screw (Belfry Theatre). She also played Rachel Peabody in the film Eloise at Christmastime for Disney.
Wenona Truong (Sexton) previously appeared with The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program as Maud and Lin in Cloud 9, Irina and Anfisa in Three Sisters, and Lady Montague, Balthasar, and Friar John in Romeo and Juliet. She also appeared as Iris and Ensemble on in The Tempest (The Old Globe), Henrietta and Elizabeth in Persuasion and Ariel in The Tempest (Livermore Shakespeare Festival), and Masha in Stupid F***ing Bird (Capital Stage). She received her B.A. at University of the Pacific in Theatre Arts with a minor in Psychology. wenonatruong.com, @wenooona on Instagram.
JaredVanHeel (Messenger) was last seen in The Old Globe’s production of TheTempest.He is a first-year M.F.A. candidate with The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program. In the program he has played Vershinin in ThreeSisters, Montague and Peter in RomeoandJuliet, and Clive and Martin in Cloud9. He has appeared Off Broadway in Hamlet(S.O.S. Productions) and TheAwesome80sProm(Davenport Theatrical Enterprises). He has toured internationally with WalkingwithDinosaurs(BBC Worldwide/Global Creatures) and nationally with TheTriptoBountiful(Montana Repertory Theatre). His other New York and regional credits include TheLiar, TheMerryWivesofWindsor, and TheCompleatWrksofWllmShkspr(Abridged)(Texas Shakespeare Festival), TwelfthNight(Madcap Collective), AntonyandCleopatra(Harlequin Productions), AmericanMidgetand FrankensteinUnplugged(Trembling Stage), the world premiere of FrankensteinUnplugged,Cyclone,Betty’sSummerVacation,and Breach(Montana Repertory Theatre), and others.
Eric Weiman (Borachio) just appeared in The Tempest as Shipmaster on The Old Globe’s Festival Theatre stage. He was previously seen with The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program as Joshua and Gerry in Cloud 9, Solyony in Three Sisters,and Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet. Regionally, he was most recently seen as Edmund in King Lear and Fenton in The Merry Wives of Windsor (Nebraska Shakespeare). His other regional credits include Henry IV, Part II, The Taming of the Shrew, King Lear, Twelfth Night, and The Comedy of Errors (Utah Shakespeare Festival), Macbeth (USF Shakespeare-in-the-Schools tour), Peter Piper (Guthrie Theater), and August & Amy (Bryant-Lake Bowl Theater). He is an alumnus of the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts’ YoungArts competition and of the University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater B.F.A. Actor Training Program. @eric.weiman on Instagram.
Abigail Grace Allwein (Music Director, Violin) is delighted to make her Old Globe debut this season in Much Ado About Nothing. She has most recently been seen in Once (Lamb’s Players Theatre), Turandot (San Diego Opera), and Sister Act (Walnut Street Theatre). Her other notable credits include Deirdre in I Hate Hamlet; Jennifer in I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change; Turkey Representative in David Mamet’s November; Mary Jane in Big River; Susan in Company; Grace Farrell in Annie; Marian Paroo in The Music Man; and Cathy Hiatt in The Last Five Years;as well as Michal in David: A New Musical at The Fireside Dinner Theatre in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin and Barter Theatre in Abingdon, Virginia. Ms. Allwein has been seen in numerous print and commercial ads, and she was featured as a soloist on WCLV/NPR with “The Mighty Wurlitzer Radio Hour.” She is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association and the American Guild of Musical Artists.
James Michael McHale (Guitar) is delighted to be making his Old Globe debut. He most recently performed in the musical Once at Lamb’s Players Theatre. He is a Resident Artist at Anaheim’s Chance Theater, recently performing in the Southern California premieres of In a Word and Middletown (2017 StageSceneLA Award for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role). His other theatre credits include Hamlet in both Hamlet and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead in repertory, Dogfight, the West Coast premiere of Samsara, Maple and Vine (OC Weekly’s Best Play of 2015), Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (Ovation Recommended, Los Angeles Times Critics’ Choice), and The Laramie Project Cycle (LA STAGE Times’s Top 10 of 2013). He recently wrote and directed a storytelling concert for Orange County’s principal orchestra, Pacific Symphony, entitled Beethoven: Trials to Triumph. Mr. McHale received his B.A. in Theatre Arts – Performance from CSU Long Beach, and he has studied with the Michael Chekhov Association and The Actors Center in New York. @jmcnavy.
John Lee Beatty (Scenic Design) has designed the Globe productions of King Richard II, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, Love’s Labor’s Lost, Cornelia, Dancing in the Dark, Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas!,and Redwood Curtain. His 110 Broadway credits include Sweat, Disgraced, The Nance, After Midnight, Good People, Venus in Fur, Other Desert Cities, Times Stands Still, A View From the Bridge, The Royal Family, The Color Purple, Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas!, Rabbit Hole, Doubt, Chicago, Proof, The Last Night of Ballyhoo, A Delicate Balance, The Heiress, The Sisters Rosensweig, The Most Happy Fella, Burn This, Ain’t Misbehavin’, Talley’s Folly, Fifth of July,and Crimes of the Heart. His Off Broadway credits include The Whipping Man, Sylvia, The Substance of Fire, Lips Together, Teeth Apart, A Life in the Theatre, 38 seasons at Manhattan Theatre Club and Circle Repertory Company, 21 seasons at City Center Encores!, film, opera, television, and circus. Mr. Beatty is the recipient of Tony, Obie, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Circle Awards, and he is a member of the Theatre Hall of Fame. He is a graduate of Brown University and Yale School of Drama.
Michael Krass (Costume Design) returns to the Globe, having previously designed Love’s Labor’s Lost, The Mask of Moriarity, Overtime, Pilgrims, Full Gallop, Interior Decoration, Breaking Up, and The School for Husbands. His work on Broadway includes The Cherry Orchard; Heisenberg; Noises Off (2016 Tony Award nomination); Living on Love directed by Kathleen Marshall; Machinal (2014 Tony nomination); The Lyons; The Constant Wife (2006 Tony nomination); A View from the Bridge; Twelve Angry Men; You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown;and many more. His Off Broadway and regional work includes world premieres by Simon Stephens, Edward Albee, Will Eno, John Guare, Kenneth Lonergan, Nicky Silver, The Debate Society, Christopher Durang, and Theresa Rebeck. He is Resident Designer of Ballet Tech, and he has designed opera for the Mariinsky Theatre and film for Campbell Scott in his Hamlet. Mr. Krasstaught at New York University and now teaches at Brown University in their graduate program. His upcoming work includes Hadestown at the National Theatre in London.
Stephen Strawbridge (Lighting Design) previously designed The Old Globe’s Hamlet, King Richard II, Double Indemnity, Othello, and The Two Gentlemen of Verona. He has designed over 200 productions on and Off Broadway and at most major regional theatre and opera companies across the U.S. Internationally his work has been seen in Bergen, Copenhagen, The Hague, Hong Kong, Linz, Lisbon, Munich, Naples, Sao Paulo, Stratford-upon-Avon (Royal Shakespeare Company), Stockholm, Vienna, and Wroclaw. His recent credits include Flyin’ West (Westport Country Playhouse), The White Card (American Repertory Theater), Native Son (Yale Repertory Theatre), Turn Me Loose with Joe Morton (Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Westside Theatre), and Athol Fugard’s “Master Harold”...and the Boys (Signature Theatre Company; Drama Desk Award nomination). His credits for dance include Pilobolus, Alison Chase/Performance, and others. Mr. Strawbridge has received American Theatre Wing, San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle, Connecticut Critics Circle, Dallas–Fort Worth Theater Critics Forum, Drama Desk, Helen Hayes, Henry Hewes Design, and Lucille Lortel Awards and nominations. He is Co-Chair of the Design Department at Yale School of Drama and a Resident Lighting Designer at Yale Repertory Theatre.
Sten Severson (Sound Design) is pleased to be returning to The Old Globe, where he has designed Hamlet, King Richard II, Love’s Labor’s Lost, Macbeth, The Comedy of Errors, Twelfth Night, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, and Othello. He was also the U.S. Associate Sound Designerfor Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax. His selected credits include the Broadway productions of Hair, The Motherf***er with the Hat, and The Merchant of Venice, and the Off Broadway productions of Venice, No Place to Go, The Total Bent, and The Controversy of Valladolid, as well as King Lear, the musical Love’s Labour’s Lost, Twelfth Night, As You Like It, Hair, and Hamlet for Shakespeare in the Park at the Delacorte Theater. His regional credits include Family Album (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), Fallaci (Berkeley Repertory Theatre), Akeelah and the Bee (Children’s Theatre Company, Arena Stage), and The Abominables, Dr. Seuss’s The Sneetches, and Diary of a Wimpy Kid (Children’s Theatre Company). Mr. Severson is a partner in Acme Sound Partners, collectively responsible for over 30 Broadway shows since 2000. He has taught at New York University and Yale School of Drama, and he currently serves as Sound Director at Children’s Theatre Company.
Stephen Flaherty (Composer, “Sigh No More”) last worked with The Old Globe on the world premiere of In Your Arms. He is currently represented on Broadway by Anastasia and Once on This Island (2018 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical). His additional Broadway credits include Ragtime, Rocky, Seussical, Chita Rivera: The Dancer’s Life (also at the Globe), and Neil Simon’s Proposals (incidental music). He has also written four musicals at Lincoln Center Theater: The Glorious Ones, Dessa Rose, A Man of No Importance, and My Favorite Year. His other theatre credits include Little Dancer (The Kennedy Center), Lucky Stiff, and Loving Repeating. For his work in the theatre he has received the Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, Joseph Jefferson, and Olivier Awards and has been nominated for the Grammy Award three times. In 2015 he was inducted into the Theater Hall of Fame. His film work includes Anastasia (two Academy Award and two Golden Globe Award nominations), After the Storm, and Lucky Stiff. Mr. Flaherty is also well known for his 34-year collaboration with lyricist/librettist Lynn Ahrens, but he is happy to be collaborating with William Shakespeare tonight. AhrensAndFlaherty.com.
Ursula Meyer (Voice and Text Coach) has worked on the Globe productions of The Mystery of Irma Vep, BoeingBoeing, Quartet, Engaging Shaw, Othello, Twelfth Night, The Comedy of Errors, Love’s Labor’s Lost, and King Richard II. She has studied voice with Cicely Berry, Patsy Rodenburg, Andrew Wade, and Arthur Lessac, and she is a designated Linklater teacher. She graduated with distinction from the Voice Studies Program at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama under David Carey. Her regional credits include Guthrie Theater, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, A Contemporary Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre Company, South Coast Repertory, La Jolla Playhouse, and the Idaho, Santa Cruz, and Utah Shakespeare Festivals, as well as 15 seasons with Oregon Shakespeare Festival and four years at Yale Repertory Theatre, where she also taught. Ms. Meyer holds an M.F.A. from University of Washington and has been teaching at UC San Diego since 1995. She is on the board of the Voice and Speech Trainers Association and is a recipient of UC San Diego’s Distinguished Teacher of the Year Award.
Tara Rubin Casting/Laura Schutzel, CSA (Casting) has cast the Globe’s The Tempest, Guys and Dolls, Othello, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Dog and Pony, A Room with a View, and others. Their select Broadway credits include King Kong (upcoming), The Band’s Visit, Summer: The Donna Summer Musical, Prince of Broadway, Bandstand, Indecent, Sunset Boulevard, Miss Saigon, Dear Evan Hansen, A Bronx Tale The Musical, Cats, Falsettos, Disaster!, School of Rock, Gigi, Bullets Over Broadway, Aladdin, Les Misérables, The Heiress, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Billy Elliot: The Musical, Shrek The Musical, Young Frankenstein, Mary Poppins, Spamalot, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, The Producers, Mamma Mia!, Jersey Boys, and The Phantom of the Opera. Their Off Broadway credits include The Band’s Visit, Here Lies Love,and Love, Loss, and What I Wore. They have also cast regionally for Yale Repertory Theatre, Bucks County Playhouse, Paper Mill Playhouse, and Berkeley Repertory Theatre.
Jess Slocum (Production Stage Manager) previously worked on the Globe productions of Measure for Measure and Twelfth Night (Globe for All); Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas!;Ken Ludwig’s Robin Hood!; The Imaginary Invalid; Red Velvet; Picasso at the Lapin Agile; Love’s Labor’s Lost; tokyo fish story; The Metromaniacs; In Your Arms; Twelfth Night; Buyer & Cellar; Bright Star; Othello; Water by the Spoonful; The Winter’s Tale; A Doll’s House; Pygmalion; A Room with a View; Richard O’Brien’s The Rocky Horror Show; the 2011–2013 Shakespeare Festivals; Rafta, Rafta…; Robin and the 7 Hoods; Alive and Well; Sammy; Cornelia; Since Africa;and The Glass Menagerie. Her Broadway credits include In the Heights. Her regional credits include Noura (Shakespeare Theatre Company), Indecent, Side Show, Ruined, The Third Story, Memphis,and Most Wanted (La Jolla Playhouse), and Post Office (Center Theatre Group). Her San Diego credits include Mo`olelo Performing Arts Company, North Coast Repertory Theatre, and Lamb’s Players Theatre. She is a graduate of Vanderbilt University. Proud member of Actors’ Equity.
The Old Globe 2018 Shakespeare Festival
Much Ado About Nothing
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Kathleen Marshall
RUNS: August 12 – September 16, 2018
Lowell Davies Festival Theatre
TICKETS: Ticket prices start at $30.00.
SYNOPSIS: Marshall makes her triumphant return as director to our Festival Theatre stage with one of the greatest romantic comedies ever, in a production full of colorful characters, passionate poetry, and Shakespeare’s wittiest wordplay. Everyone can see that confirmed bachelor Benedick and headstrong Beatrice are meant for each other—except for Benedick and Beatrice themselves! While their friends try to trick the bickering pair into admitting they’re in love, their young sidekicks Hero and Claudio start a romance of their own. But will false accusations, broken promises, and even a nutty and bumbling police force prevent a happy ending?
CAST: Carlos Angel-Barajas (Claudio), Fred Applegate (Dogberry), Sam Avishay (Messenger), Michael Boatman (Don Pedro, Balthasar), Nora Carroll (Margaret), Yadira Correa (Conrade), Manoel Felciano (Don John), Michael Hayden (Benedick), Daniel Ian Joeck (Friar Francis), Jose Martinez (Watch), James Newcomb (Antonio, Verges), Renardo Charles Pringle Jr. (Messenger), Larica Schnell (Ursula), Jersten Seraile (Watch), Samantha Sutliff (Watch), Morgan Taylor (Hero), René Thornton Jr. (Leonato), Sara Topham (Beatrice), Wenona Truong (Sexton), Jared Van Heel (Messenger), Eric Weiman (Borachio). Musicians: Abigail Grace Allwein (Violin), James Michael McHale (Guitar).
CREATIVE TEAM: John Lee Beatty (Scenic Design), Michael Krass (Costume Design), Stephen Strawbridge (Lighting Design), Sten Severson (Sound Design), Stephen Flaherty (Composer, “Sigh No More”), Abigail Grace Allwein (Music Director), Ursula Meyer (Voice and Text Coach), Tara Rubin Casting/Laura Schutzel, CSA (Casting), Jess Slocum (Production Stage Manager).
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August 14 TUE 8:00pm (Zeiger Insights Seminar)
August 15 WED 8:00pm
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August 17 FRI 8:00pm
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August 22 WED 8:00pm (SIG/Post-Show Forum)
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August 29 THU 8:00pm
August 30 THU 8:00pm
August 31 FRI 8:00pm
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September 2 SUN 7:00pm
September 4 TUE 7:00pm
September 5 WED 7:00pm
September 6 THU 8:00pm
September 7 FRI 8:00pm
September 8 SAT 8:00pm
September 9 SUN 7:00pm
September 11 TUE 7:00pm
September 12 WED 7:00pm
September 13 THU 8:00pm
September 14 FRI 8:00pm
September 15 SAT 8:00pm
September 16 SUN 7:00pm
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