AS YOU LIKE IT

My first true encounter with the Bard, starring Supergirl

Written by William Shakespeare

 

WHEN & WHERE:

 

November 18 – 22, 2009

 

Marymount Manhattan, New York City

 

CAST: 

Rosalind – Melissa Benoist (’11)

 

Orlando – Mike Longo (’11)

 

Celia – Erica Knight (’10)

 

Audrey – Kiley Reid (’10)

 

Jacques – A.J. Cote (’10)

 

Touchstone – Ryan Rinkel (’10)

 

Phebe – Justine Kunstler (’10)

 

Silvius – D’Marcus Langrum (’11)

 

Corin – Scott Basten (’10)

 

Oliver – Michael Miller (’11)

 

Duke Senior – Johnny Weissgerber (’12)

 

Duke Frederick – George Iliopoulos (’11) 

Le Beau/Sir Oliver Martext/Lord –

Jordan Westfall (’12)

 

Adam – Adam Kerbel (’11)

 

Hymen – Shashoni Walton (’10)

 

Amiens/Lord – Tommy Hettrick (’12)

 

Charles/Lord – Alec Signorino (’10)

 

Dennis/Lord – Ryan Russell (’10)

 

William/Lord – Eric Scott Mossman (’12)

 

Jacques De Bois/Lord – Austin Ruffer (’12)

Lord/Dance Captain – Noah Weary ('12) 

 

 

PRODUCTION TEAM:

 

Director – John Basil

 

Voice and Speech – Barbara Adrian

 

Music Director – Bruce Lazarus

 

Asst. Directors – Sara Tice, Lilly Wild

 

Stage Manager – Michelle Foster

 

Asst. Stage Managers – Katie Chai & Joshua Hillman

 

Dramaturges – Cati Pishal & Rebecca Stump

 

Set Design – Rob Dutiel & Aaron Switzer 

 

Lighting Design – Gretchen Engle & Amanda Rosen

 

Costume Design – Kirche Zeile 

 

 

SYNOPSIS:

 

William Shakespeare's witty, playful and totally magical As You Like It is a compelling romantic adventure in which Rosalind and Orlando's celebrated courtship is played out against a backdrop of political rivalry, banishment and exile in the Forest of Arden. This production is performed by students in the Theatre Arts programs of the College. AS YOU LIKE IT is directed by John Basil, music composed and directed by Bruce Lazarus with vocal coaching by Barbara Adrian marks the concluding fall production at Marymount's Division of Fine Arts. The production will play 5 performances only; Wednesday, November 18, through Sunday, November 22 at the Theresa Lang Theatre.

[via Broadwayworld]

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