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Cymbeline: Shakespearean Dreams | Between The Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
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Cymbeline: Shakespearean Dreams | Between The Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
General Director Antoni Cimolino describes how his production of Cymbeline seeks to capture the dream-like beauty of one of Shakespeare's last plays.


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2012 PLAYBILL:
Much Ado About Nothing
42nd Street
The Matchmaker
Henry V
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
The Pirates of Penzance
A Word or Two
Cymbeline
Elektra
MacHomer
The War of 1812

WORLD PREMIÈRES
Wanderlust
The Best Brothers
Hirsch

The 2012 Season at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival runs from April 12 to October 28, 2012.


FESTIVAL THEATRE:
Much Ado About Nothing
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Christopher Newton
April 26 to October 27 - Opens May 28

42nd Street
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble
Directed by Gary Griffin
April 12 to October 28 - Opens May 29

The Matchmaker
By Thronton Wilder
Directed by Chris Abraham
May 12 to October 27 - Opens June 2

Henry V
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Des McAnuff
June 24 to September 29 - Opens July 13


AVON THEATRE:
A Word or Two
Written, arranged and performed by Christopher Plummer
Directed by Des McAnuff
July 25 to August 26 - Opens August 2

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
Based on the comic strip "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schulz
Book, music and lyrics by Clark Gesner
Directed and Choreographed by Donna Feore
May 15 to October 28 - Opens May 30

The Pirates of Penzance
By W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
Directed by Ethan McSweeny
May 3 to October 27 - Opens June 1


TOM PATTERSON THEATRE:
Cymbeline
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Antoni Cimolino
May 10 to September 30 - Opens May 31

Wanderlust
Book by Morris Panych
Music by Marek Norman
Based on the poems of Robert Service
Directed by Morris Panych
June 20 to September 28 - Opens July 11

Elektra
By Sophokles
Directed by Thomas Moschopoulos
July 29 to September 29 - Opens August 11


STUDIO THEATRE:
MacHomer
Created and performed by Rick Miller
Directed by Sean Lynch
May 2 to May 26 - Opens May 5

The Best Brothers
By Daniel MacIvor
Directed by Dean Gabourie
June 26 to September 16 - Opens July 12

Hirsch
Created and conceived by Alon Nashman and Paul Thompson
Directed by Paul Thompson
June 20 to September 14 - Opens July 12
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown: Show Drop | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
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You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown: Show Drop | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
See how Scenic Artists Danny McManus and Michael Wharran created the painted show drop for the Stratford Shakespeare Festival's 2012 production of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.
42nd Street: Living the Dream | Between the Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
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42nd Street: Living the Dream | Between the Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Cynthia Dale gives talks about 42nd Street, her character and working with such an amazing era of time.

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2012 PLAYBILL:
Much Ado About Nothing
42nd Street
The Matchmaker
Henry V
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
The Pirates of Penzance
A Word or Two
Cymbeline
Elektra
MacHomer
The War of 1812

WORLD PREMIÈRES
Wanderlust
The Best Brothers
Hirsch

The 2012 Season at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival runs from April 12 to October 28, 2012.


FESTIVAL THEATRE:
Much Ado About Nothing
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Christopher Newton
April 26 to October 27 - Opens May 28

42nd Street
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble
Directed by Gary Griffin
April 12 to October 28 - Opens May 29

The Matchmaker
By Thronton Wilder
Directed by Chris Abraham
May 12 to October 27 - Opens June 2

Henry V
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Des McAnuff
June 24 to September 29 - Opens July 13


AVON THEATRE:
A Word or Two
Written, arranged and performed by Christopher Plummer
Directed by Des McAnuff
July 25 to August 26 - Opens August 2

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
Based on the comic strip "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schulz
Book, music and lyrics by Clark Gesner
Directed and Choreographed by Donna Feore
May 15 to October 28 - Opens May 30

The Pirates of Penzance
By W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
Directed by Ethan McSweeny
May 3 to October 27 - Opens June 1


TOM PATTERSON THEATRE:
Cymbeline
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Antoni Cimolino
May 10 to September 30 - Opens May 31

Wanderlust
Book by Morris Panych
Music by Marek Norman
Based on the poems of Robert Service
Directed by Morris Panych
June 20 to September 28 - Opens July 11

Elektra
By Sophokles
Directed by Thomas Moschopoulos
July 29 to September 29 - Opens August 11


STUDIO THEATRE:
MacHomer
Created and performed by Rick Miller
Directed by Sean Lynch
May 2 to May 26 - Opens May 5

The Best Brothers
By Daniel MacIvor
Directed by Dean Gabourie
June 26 to September 16 - Opens July 12

Hirsch
Created and conceived by Alon Nashman and Paul Thompson
Directed by Paul Thompson
June 20 to September 14 - Opens July 12
42nd Street: Playing Peggy | Between the Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
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42nd Street: Playing Peggy | Between the Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Jennifer Rider-Shaw tells us why she can sympathize with Peggy Sawyer, her character in 42nd Street.

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42nd Street
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble
Directed by Gary Griffin

April 12 to October 28 -- Opens May 29


CAST (in alphabetical order)

Julian Marsh -- Sean Arbuckle
Archie -- Matthew Armet
Robin -- Carla Bennett
Billy Lawlor -- Kyle Blair
Annie "Anytime" Reilly -- Naomi Costain
Frankie -- Stephen Cota
Phyllis Dale -- Rachel Crowther
Dorothy Brock -- Cynthia Dale
Mac -- Carl Danielsen
Danillo Panaducci -- Nicko Giannakos
Andy Lee -- Kyle Golemba
Lawrence Arthur -- Larry Herbert
Gladys -- Julianne Hobby
Millie -- Jessica Horn
Lorraine Flemming -- Kayla James
Pat Denning -- C. David Johnson
Maggie Jones -- Gabrielle Jones
Ethel -- Lorena Mackenzie
Peggy Sawyer -- Jennifer Rider-Shaw
Abner Dillon -- Steve Ross
Jerry Conway -- Jay T. Schramek
Elroy Mahoney -- David Silvestri
Diane Lorimer -- Jennifer Stewart
Dominic Viau -- Jordan Till
Bert Barry -- Geoffrey Tyler

ARTISTIC CREDITS

Director -- Gary Griffin
Choreographer -- Alex Sanchez
Musical Director -- Michael Barber
Designer -- Debra Hanson
Lighting Designer -- Paul Miller
Sound Designer -- Peter McBoyle
Associate Choreographer -- Kerry Gage
Associate Conductor -- Franklin Brasz
Stunt Coordinator -- Simon Fon
Assistant Director -- Kristen Van Ginhoven
Assistant Set Designer -- Devon Bhim
Assistant Costume Designer -- Kimberly Catton
Assistant Lighting Designer -- C.J. Astronomo
Assistant Lighting Designer -- Tristan Tidswell
Assistant Sound Designer -- Verne Good
Dance Captain -- Stephen Cota
Stunt Captain -- Kyle Golemba
Stage Manager -- Cynthia Toushan
Assistant Stage Manager -- Kristopher Weber
Assistant Stage Manager -- Zeph Williams
Assistant Stage Manager -- Maxwell T. Wilson
Production Assistant -- Kelsey Rae
Production Stage Manager -- Margaret Palmer
Technical Director -- Jeff Scollon
42nd Street: Silver Coins | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
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42nd Street: Silver Coins | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Carolyn Horley, Properties Assistant, shows us how she sculpted and fabricated the silver coin pieces appearing in the Stratford Shakespeare Festival's 2012 production of 42nd Street.

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2012 PLAYBILL:
Much Ado About Nothing
42nd Street
The Matchmaker
Henry V
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
The Pirates of Penzance
A Word or Two
Cymbeline
Elektra
MacHomer
The War of 1812

WORLD PREMIÈRES
Wanderlust
The Best Brothers
Hirsch

The 2012 Season at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival runs from April 12 to October 28, 2012.


FESTIVAL THEATRE:
Much Ado About Nothing
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Christopher Newton
April 26 to October 27 - Opens May 28

42nd Street
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble
Directed by Gary Griffin
April 12 to October 28 - Opens May 29

The Matchmaker
By Thronton Wilder
Directed by Chris Abraham
May 12 to October 27 - Opens June 2

Henry V
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Des McAnuff
June 24 to September 29 - Opens July 13


AVON THEATRE:
A Word or Two
Written, arranged and performed by Christopher Plummer
Directed by Des McAnuff
July 25 to August 26 - Opens August 2

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
Based on the comic strip "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schulz
Book, music and lyrics by Clark Gesner
Directed and Choreographed by Donna Feore
May 15 to October 28 - Opens May 30

The Pirates of Penzance
By W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
Directed by Ethan McSweeny
May 3 to October 27 - Opens June 1


TOM PATTERSON THEATRE:
Cymbeline
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Antoni Cimolino
May 10 to September 30 - Opens May 31

Wanderlust
Book by Morris Panych
Music by Marek Norman
Based on the poems of Robert Service
Directed by Morris Panych
June 20 to September 28 - Opens July 11

Elektra
By Sophokles
Directed by Thomas Moschopoulos
July 29 to September 29 - Opens August 11


STUDIO THEATRE:
MacHomer
Created and performed by Rick Miller
Directed by Sean Lynch
May 2 to May 26 - Opens May 5

The Best Brothers
By Daniel MacIvor
Directed by Dean Gabourie
June 26 to September 16 - Opens July 12

Hirsch
Created and conceived by Alon Nashman and Paul Thompson
Directed by Paul Thompson
June 20 to September 14 - Opens July 12
Cymbeline: Jupiter's Eagle | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
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Cymbeline: Jupiter's Eagle | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Properties Assistant Ken Dubblestyne works on Jupiter's Eagle for the Stratford Shakespeare Festival 2012 production of Cymbeline. The wings of this giant mechanical bird have been recycled from the 2010 production of The Tempest.
42nd Street: Surviving on Broadway | Between the Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Kyle Blair discusses his role as Billy Lawlor in 42nd Street and explains how the mus...Full Description
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42nd Street: Surviving on Broadway | Between the Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Kyle Blair discusses his role as Billy Lawlor in 42nd Street and explains how the musical blends spectacle with dramatic storytelling. 42nd Street is one of 14 fabulous productions playing during the Stratford Shakespeare Festival's 60th season.

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42nd Street
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble
Directed by Gary Griffin

April 12 to October 28 -- Opens May 29


CAST (in alphabetical order)

Julian Marsh -- Sean Arbuckle
Archie -- Matthew Armet
Robin -- Carla Bennett
Billy Lawlor -- Kyle Blair
Annie "Anytime" Reilly -- Naomi Costain
Frankie -- Stephen Cota
Phyllis Dale -- Rachel Crowther
Dorothy Brock -- Cynthia Dale
Mac -- Carl Danielsen
Danillo Panaducci -- Nicko Giannakos
Andy Lee -- Kyle Golemba
Lawrence Arthur -- Larry Herbert
Gladys -- Julianne Hobby
Millie -- Jessica Horn
Lorraine Flemming -- Kayla James
Pat Denning -- C. David Johnson
Maggie Jones -- Gabrielle Jones
Ethel -- Lorena Mackenzie
Peggy Sawyer -- Jennifer Rider-Shaw
Abner Dillon -- Steve Ross
Jerry Conway -- Jay T. Schramek
Elroy Mahoney -- David Silvestri
Diane Lorimer -- Jennifer Stewart
Dominic Viau -- Jordan Till
Bert Barry -- Geoffrey Tyler

ARTISTIC CREDITS

Director -- Gary Griffin
Choreographer -- Alex Sanchez
Musical Director -- Michael Barber
Designer -- Debra Hanson
Lighting Designer -- Paul Miller
Sound Designer -- Peter McBoyle
Associate Choreographer -- Kerry Gage
Associate Conductor -- Franklin Brasz
Stunt Coordinator -- Simon Fon
Assistant Director -- Kristen Van Ginhoven
Assistant Set Designer -- Devon Bhim
Assistant Costume Designer -- Kimberly Catton
Assistant Lighting Designer -- C.J. Astronomo
Assistant Lighting Designer -- Tristan Tidswell
Assistant Sound Designer -- Verne Good
Dance Captain -- Stephen Cota
Stunt Captain -- Kyle Golemba
Stage Manager -- Cynthia Toushan
Assistant Stage Manager -- Kristopher Weber
Assistant Stage Manager -- Zeph Williams
Assistant Stage Manager -- Maxwell T. Wilson
Production Assistant -- Kelsey Rae
Production Stage Manager -- Margaret Palmer
Technical Director -- Jeff Scollon
42nd Street: Marquee Sign | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
With over 300 individual welds and 500 lights, the 42nd Street Marquee will surely da...Full Description
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42nd Street: Marquee Sign | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
With over 300 individual welds and 500 lights, the 42nd Street Marquee will surely dazzle the eyes when it makes its grand entrance on the stage. 42nd Street is just one of 14 productions in the 60th season of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.

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42nd Street: Golden Eagle | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
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42nd Street: Golden Eagle | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Properties Assistant Ken Dubblestyne and Assistant Scenic Artist Lisa Summers create a stunning Golden Eagle out of polyurethane foam. This piece will be one of the main features on stage for the 2012 production of 42nd Street at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.
42nd Street: Painted Curtains | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Danny McManus, Assistant Head Scenic Artist, explains how he and Janet Shearn painted...Full Description
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42nd Street: Painted Curtains | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Danny McManus, Assistant Head Scenic Artist, explains how he and Janet Shearn painted the 3D-looking iconic show curtains appearing in the Stratford Shakespeare Festival's 2012 production of 42nd Street.

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2012 PLAYBILL:
Much Ado About Nothing
42nd Street
The Matchmaker
Henry V
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
The Pirates of Penzance
A Word or Two
Cymbeline
Elektra
MacHomer
The War of 1812

WORLD PREMIÈRES
Wanderlust
The Best Brothers
Hirsch

The 2012 Season at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival runs from April 12 to October 28, 2012.


FESTIVAL THEATRE:
Much Ado About Nothing
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Christopher Newton
April 26 to October 27 - Opens May 28

42nd Street
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble
Directed by Gary Griffin
April 12 to October 28 - Opens May 29

The Matchmaker
By Thronton Wilder
Directed by Chris Abraham
May 12 to October 27 - Opens June 2

Henry V
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Des McAnuff
June 24 to September 29 - Opens July 13


AVON THEATRE:
A Word or Two
Written, arranged and performed by Christopher Plummer
Directed by Des McAnuff
July 25 to August 26 - Opens August 2

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
Based on the comic strip "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schulz
Book, music and lyrics by Clark Gesner
Directed and Choreographed by Donna Feore
May 15 to October 28 - Opens May 30

The Pirates of Penzance
By W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
Directed by Ethan McSweeny
May 3 to October 27 - Opens June 1


TOM PATTERSON THEATRE:
Cymbeline
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Antoni Cimolino
May 10 to September 30 - Opens May 31

Wanderlust
Book by Morris Panych
Music by Marek Norman
Based on the poems of Robert Service
Directed by Morris Panych
June 20 to September 28 - Opens July 11

Elektra
By Sophokles
Directed by Thomas Moschopoulos
July 29 to September 29 - Opens August 11


STUDIO THEATRE:
MacHomer
Created and performed by Rick Miller
Directed by Sean Lynch
May 2 to May 26 - Opens May 5

The Best Brothers
By Daniel MacIvor
Directed by Dean Gabourie
June 26 to September 16 - Opens July 12

Hirsch
Created and conceived by Alon Nashman and Paul Thompson
Directed by Paul Thompson
June 20 to September 14 - Opens July 12
The Best Brothers: Brothers Forever | Between the Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
John Beale (Kyle) and Daniel MacIvor (Hamilton) talk about life, death, dogs and brot...Full Description
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The Best Brothers: Brothers Forever | Between the Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
John Beale (Kyle) and Daniel MacIvor (Hamilton) talk about life, death, dogs and brothers in the 2012 Stratford Shakespeare Festival's World Premiere of The Best Brothers.

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2012 PLAYBILL:
Much Ado About Nothing
42nd Street
The Matchmaker
Henry V
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
The Pirates of Penzance
A Word or Two
Cymbeline
Elektra
MacHomer
The War of 1812

WORLD PREMIÈRES
Wanderlust
The Best Brothers
Hirsch

The 2012 Season at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival runs from April 12 to October 28, 2012.


FESTIVAL THEATRE:
Much Ado About Nothing
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Christopher Newton
April 26 to October 27 - Opens May 28

42nd Street
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble
Directed by Gary Griffin
April 12 to October 28 - Opens May 29

The Matchmaker
By Thronton Wilder
Directed by Chris Abraham
May 12 to October 27 - Opens June 2

Henry V
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Des McAnuff
June 24 to September 29 - Opens July 13


AVON THEATRE:
A Word or Two
Written, arranged and performed by Christopher Plummer
Directed by Des McAnuff
July 25 to August 26 - Opens August 2

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
Based on the comic strip "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schulz
Book, music and lyrics by Clark Gesner
Directed and Choreographed by Donna Feore
May 15 to October 28 - Opens May 30

The Pirates of Penzance
By W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
Directed by Ethan McSweeny
May 3 to October 27 - Opens June 1


TOM PATTERSON THEATRE:
Cymbeline
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Antoni Cimolino
May 10 to September 30 - Opens May 31

Wanderlust
Book by Morris Panych
Music by Marek Norman
Based on the poems of Robert Service
Directed by Morris Panych
June 20 to September 28 - Opens July 11

Elektra
By Sophokles
Directed by Thomas Moschopoulos
July 29 to September 29 - Opens August 11


STUDIO THEATRE:
MacHomer
Created and performed by Rick Miller
Directed by Sean Lynch
May 2 to May 26 - Opens May 5

The Best Brothers
By Daniel MacIvor
Directed by Dean Gabourie
June 26 to September 16 - Opens July 12

Hirsch
Created and conceived by Alon Nashman and Paul Thompson
Directed by Paul Thompson
June 20 to September 14 - Opens July 12
Cymbeline: Forgiveness & Tolerance | Between the Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Mike Shara describes the story and themes of Cymbeline, and how the production has be...Full Description
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Cymbeline: Forgiveness & Tolerance | Between the Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Mike Shara describes the story and themes of Cymbeline, and how the production has been staged.

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Cymbeline
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Antoni Cimolino

May 10 to September 30 - Opens May 31

CAST (in alphabetical order)

Posthumus - Graham Abbey
Second Gentleman, Second Briton Captain, Jupiter - Alden Adair
Caius Lucius - Nigel Bennett
First Cloten Lord - Simon Bracken
Second Cloten Lord - Skye Brandon
Soothsayer - Ian D. Clark
Understudy - Laura Condlln
Third Gentleman, Posthumus's brother, Frenchman - Josh Epstein
Philario - Andrew Gillies
Fourth Gentleman, First Briton Captain, Dutchman - Brad Hodder
Doctor Cornelius - Peter Hutt
Helen - Ruby Joy
Messenger to Cymbeline, Jailer, Spaniard - Robert King
Arviragus - Ian Lake
Fifth Gentleman, Musician, Posthumus's brother - Cyrus Lane
Iachimo - Tom McCamus
Queen - Yanna McIntosh
First Lady, Posthumus's mother - Chick Reid
Innogen - Cara Ricketts
Cloten - Mike Shara
Guiderius - E.B. Smith
Pisanio - Brian Tree
Belarius - John Vickery
Second Lady - Naomi Wright
Cymbeline - Geraint Wyn Davies

ARTISTIC TEAM

Director - Antoni Cimolino
Set Designer - Scott Penner
Costume Designer - Carolyn M. Smith
Lighting Designer - Robert Thomson
Composer - Steven Page
Sound Designer - Todd Charlton
Movement - Sonia Norris
Fight Director - Todd Campbell
Dramaturge - Jacob Gallagher-Ross
Assistant Director - Heather Davies
Assistant Set Designer - Jennifer Goodman
Assistant Costume Designer - Sarah Brzozowski
Assistant Lighting Designer - Jennifer Lennon
Assistant Fight Director - Kevin Robertson
Fight Captain - Ruby Joy
Movement Captain - Skye Brandon
Stage Manager - Ann Stuart
Assistant Stage Manager - Katherine Arcus
Assistant Stage Manager - Corrine Richards
Apprentice Stage Manager - Joyce Zogos
Production Assistant - Christopher Sibbald
Production Stage Manager - Anne Murphy
Technical Director - Sean Hirtle
Cymbeline: Shields And Armour | Behind The Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
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Cymbeline: Shields And Armour | Behind The Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Props and armour specialist Eric Ball gives us a close-up look at some of the battle gear being constructed for the 2012 production of Cymbeline.

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2012 PLAYBILL:
Much Ado About Nothing
42nd Street
The Matchmaker
Henry V
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
The Pirates of Penzance
A Word or Two
Cymbeline
Elektra
MacHomer
The War of 1812

WORLD PREMIÈRES
Wanderlust
The Best Brothers
Hirsch

The 2012 Season at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival runs from April 12 to October 28, 2012.


FESTIVAL THEATRE:
Much Ado About Nothing
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Christopher Newton
April 26 to October 27 - Opens May 28

42nd Street
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble
Directed by Gary Griffin
April 12 to October 28 - Opens May 29

The Matchmaker
By Thronton Wilder
Directed by Chris Abraham
May 12 to October 27 - Opens June 2

Henry V
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Des McAnuff
June 24 to September 29 - Opens July 13


AVON THEATRE:
A Word or Two
Written, arranged and performed by Christopher Plummer
Directed by Des McAnuff
July 25 to August 26 - Opens August 2

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
Based on the comic strip "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schulz
Book, music and lyrics by Clark Gesner
Directed and Choreographed by Donna Feore
May 15 to October 28 - Opens May 30

The Pirates of Penzance
By W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
Directed by Ethan McSweeny
May 3 to October 27 - Opens June 1


TOM PATTERSON THEATRE:
Cymbeline
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Antoni Cimolino
May 10 to September 30 - Opens May 31

Wanderlust
Book by Morris Panych
Music by Marek Norman
Based on the poems of Robert Service
Directed by Morris Panych
June 20 to September 28 - Opens July 11

Elektra
By Sophokles
Directed by Thomas Moschopoulos
July 29 to September 29 - Opens August 11


STUDIO THEATRE:
MacHomer
Created and performed by Rick Miller
Directed by Sean Lynch
May 2 to May 26 - Opens May 5

The Best Brothers
By Daniel MacIvor
Directed by Dean Gabourie
June 26 to September 16 - Opens July 12

Hirsch
Created and conceived by Alon Nashman and Paul Thompson
Directed by Paul Thompson
June 20 to September 14 - Opens July 12
Henry V: War | Between the Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
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Henry V: War | Between the Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Juan Chioran describes the exciting action in Henry V, one of 14 magnificent productions in the Stratford Shakespeare Festival's 60th season.

Call Today - 1.800.567.1600
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2012 PLAYBILL:
Much Ado About Nothing
42nd Street
The Matchmaker
Henry V
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
The Pirates of Penzance
A Word or Two
Cymbeline
Elektra
MacHomer
The War of 1812

WORLD PREMIÈRES
Wanderlust
The Best Brothers
Hirsch

The 2012 Season at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival runs from April 12 to October 28, 2012.


FESTIVAL THEATRE:
Much Ado About Nothing
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Christopher Newton
April 26 to October 27 - Opens May 28

42nd Street
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble
Directed by Gary Griffin
April 12 to October 28 - Opens May 29

The Matchmaker
By Thronton Wilder
Directed by Chris Abraham
May 12 to October 27 - Opens June 2

Henry V
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Des McAnuff
June 24 to September 29 - Opens July 13


AVON THEATRE:
A Word or Two
Written, arranged and performed by Christopher Plummer
Directed by Des McAnuff
July 25 to August 26 - Opens August 2

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
Based on the comic strip "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schulz
Book, music and lyrics by Clark Gesner
Directed and Choreographed by Donna Feore
May 15 to October 28 - Opens May 30

The Pirates of Penzance
By W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
Directed by Ethan McSweeny
May 3 to October 27 - Opens June 1


TOM PATTERSON THEATRE:
Cymbeline
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Antoni Cimolino
May 10 to September 30 - Opens May 31

Wanderlust
Book by Morris Panych
Music by Marek Norman
Based on the poems of Robert Service
Directed by Morris Panych
June 20 to September 28 - Opens July 11

Elektra
By Sophokles
Directed by Thomas Moschopoulos
July 29 to September 29 - Opens August 11


STUDIO THEATRE:
MacHomer
Created and performed by Rick Miller
Directed by Sean Lynch
May 2 to May 26 - Opens May 5

The Best Brothers
By Daniel MacIvor
Directed by Dean Gabourie
June 26 to September 16 - Opens July 12

Hirsch
Created and conceived by Alon Nashman and Paul Thompson
Directed by Paul Thompson
June 20 to September 14 - Opens July 12
Henry V: Cannon | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
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Henry V: Cannon | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Scenic Carpenter David Bedford shares the secrets of building a cannon for Henry V.


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2012 PLAYBILL:
Much Ado About Nothing
42nd Street
The Matchmaker
Henry V
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
The Pirates of Penzance
A Word or Two
Cymbeline
Elektra
MacHomer
The War of 1812

WORLD PREMIÈRES
Wanderlust
The Best Brothers
Hirsch

The 2012 Season at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival runs from April 12 to October 28, 2012.


FESTIVAL THEATRE:
Much Ado About Nothing
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Christopher Newton
April 26 to October 27 - Opens May 28

42nd Street
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble
Directed by Gary Griffin
April 12 to October 28 - Opens May 29

The Matchmaker
By Thronton Wilder
Directed by Chris Abraham
May 12 to October 27 - Opens June 2

Henry V
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Des McAnuff
June 24 to September 29 - Opens July 13


AVON THEATRE:
A Word or Two
Written, arranged and performed by Christopher Plummer
Directed by Des McAnuff
July 25 to August 26 - Opens August 2

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
Based on the comic strip "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schulz
Book, music and lyrics by Clark Gesner
Directed and Choreographed by Donna Feore
May 15 to October 28 - Opens May 30

The Pirates of Penzance
By W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
Directed by Ethan McSweeny
May 3 to October 27 - Opens June 1


TOM PATTERSON THEATRE:
Cymbeline
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Antoni Cimolino
May 10 to September 30 - Opens May 31

Wanderlust
Book by Morris Panych
Music by Marek Norman
Based on the poems of Robert Service
Directed by Morris Panych
June 20 to September 28 - Opens July 11

Elektra
By Sophokles
Directed by Thomas Moschopoulos
July 29 to September 29 - Opens August 11


STUDIO THEATRE:
MacHomer
Created and performed by Rick Miller
Directed by Sean Lynch
May 2 to May 26 - Opens May 5

The Best Brothers
By Daniel MacIvor
Directed by Dean Gabourie
June 26 to September 16 - Opens July 12

Hirsch
Created and conceived by Alon Nashman and Paul Thompson
Directed by Paul Thompson
June 20 to September 14 - Opens July 12
Henry V: Beams | Behind The Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
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Technical Director Andrew Mestern explains how lightweight beams that look like solid wood were constructed for the 2012 production of Henry V.

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2012 PLAYBILL:
Much Ado About Nothing
42nd Street
The Matchmaker
Henry V
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
The Pirates of Penzance
A Word or Two
Cymbeline
Elektra
MacHomer
The War of 1812

WORLD PREMIÈRES
Wanderlust
The Best Brothers
Hirsch

The 2012 Season at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival runs from April 12 to October 28, 2012.


FESTIVAL THEATRE:
Much Ado About Nothing
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Christopher Newton
April 26 to October 27 - Opens May 28

42nd Street
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble
Directed by Gary Griffin
April 12 to October 28 - Opens May 29

The Matchmaker
By Thronton Wilder
Directed by Chris Abraham
May 12 to October 27 - Opens June 2

Henry V
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Des McAnuff
June 24 to September 29 - Opens July 13


AVON THEATRE:
A Word or Two
Written, arranged and performed by Christopher Plummer
Directed by Des McAnuff
July 25 to August 26 - Opens August 2

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
Based on the comic strip "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schulz
Book, music and lyrics by Clark Gesner
Directed and Choreographed by Donna Feore
May 15 to October 28 - Opens May 30

The Pirates of Penzance
By W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
Directed by Ethan McSweeny
May 3 to October 27 - Opens June 1


TOM PATTERSON THEATRE:
Cymbeline
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Antoni Cimolino
May 10 to September 30 - Opens May 31

Wanderlust
Book by Morris Panych
Music by Marek Norman
Based on the poems of Robert Service
Directed by Morris Panych
June 20 to September 28 - Opens July 11

Elektra
By Sophokles
Directed by Thomas Moschopoulos
July 29 to September 29 - Opens August 11


STUDIO THEATRE:
MacHomer
Created and performed by Rick Miller
Directed by Sean Lynch
May 2 to May 26 - Opens May 5

The Best Brothers
By Daniel MacIvor
Directed by Dean Gabourie
June 26 to September 16 - Opens July 12

Hirsch
Created and conceived by Alon Nashman and Paul Thompson
Directed by Paul Thompson
June 20 to September 14 - Opens July 12
Henry V: Battle Flags | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
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Henry V: Battle Flags | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Properties assistant Shirley Lee works under a mountain of fabric as she assembles the giant French and English flags for the 2012 production of Henry V.
Henry V: Dye Room | Behind The Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
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Henry V: Dye Room | Behind The Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Dye specialist Linda Pinhay takes us through the process of dyeing a gambeson (padded jacket) for the 2012 production of Henry V.

2012 PLAYBILL:
Much Ado About Nothing
42nd Street
The Matchmaker
Henry V
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
The Pirates of Penzance
A Word or Two
Cymbeline
Elektra
MacHomer
The War of 1812

WORLD PREMIÈRES
Wanderlust
The Best Brothers
Hirsch

The 2012 Season at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival runs from April 12 to October 28, 2012.


FESTIVAL THEATRE:
Much Ado About Nothing
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Christopher Newton
April 26 to October 27 - Opens May 28

42nd Street
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble
Directed by Gary Griffin
April 12 to October 28 - Opens May 29

The Matchmaker
By Thronton Wilder
Directed by Chris Abraham
May 12 to October 27 - Opens June 2

Henry V
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Des McAnuff
June 24 to September 29 - Opens July 13


AVON THEATRE:
A Word or Two
Written, arranged and performed by Christopher Plummer
Directed by Des McAnuff
July 25 to August 26 - Opens August 2

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
Based on the comic strip "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schulz
Book, music and lyrics by Clark Gesner
Directed and Choreographed by Donna Feore
May 15 to October 28 - Opens May 30

The Pirates of Penzance
By W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
Directed by Ethan McSweeny
May 3 to October 27 - Opens June 1


TOM PATTERSON THEATRE:
Cymbeline
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Antoni Cimolino
May 10 to September 30 - Opens May 31

Wanderlust
Book by Morris Panych
Music by Marek Norman
Based on the poems of Robert Service
Directed by Morris Panych
June 20 to September 28 - Opens July 11

Elektra
By Sophokles
Directed by Thomas Moschopoulos
July 29 to September 29 - Opens August 11


STUDIO THEATRE:
MacHomer
Created and performed by Rick Miller
Directed by Sean Lynch
May 2 to May 26 - Opens May 5

The Best Brothers
By Daniel MacIvor
Directed by Dean Gabourie
June 26 to September 16 - Opens July 12

Hirsch
Created and conceived by Alon Nashman and Paul Thompson
Directed by Paul Thompson
June 20 to September 14 - Opens July 12
Henry V: Boar's Head | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
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Props maker Heather Ruthig gives us a quick look at the process of transforming taxidermy forms into props for Henry V. Henry V is just one of 14 productions as part of the 60th season at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.

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Henry V: Boots | Behind The Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
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Connie Puetz, of the Festival's Boots and Shoes Department, shows us some of her work on Henry V.

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2012 PLAYBILL:
Much Ado About Nothing
42nd Street
The Matchmaker
Henry V
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
The Pirates of Penzance
A Word or Two
Cymbeline
Elektra
MacHomer
The War of 1812

WORLD PREMIÈRES
Wanderlust
The Best Brothers
Hirsch

The 2012 Season at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival runs from April 12 to October 28, 2012.


FESTIVAL THEATRE:
Much Ado About Nothing
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Christopher Newton
April 26 to October 27 - Opens May 28

42nd Street
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble
Directed by Gary Griffin
April 12 to October 28 - Opens May 29

The Matchmaker
By Thronton Wilder
Directed by Chris Abraham
May 12 to October 27 - Opens June 2

Henry V
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Des McAnuff
June 24 to September 29 - Opens July 13


AVON THEATRE:
A Word or Two
Written, arranged and performed by Christopher Plummer
Directed by Des McAnuff
July 25 to August 26 - Opens August 2

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
Based on the comic strip "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schulz
Book, music and lyrics by Clark Gesner
Directed and Choreographed by Donna Feore
May 15 to October 28 - Opens May 30

The Pirates of Penzance
By W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
Directed by Ethan McSweeny
May 3 to October 27 - Opens June 1


TOM PATTERSON THEATRE:
Cymbeline
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Antoni Cimolino
May 10 to September 30 - Opens May 31

Wanderlust
Book by Morris Panych
Music by Marek Norman
Based on the poems of Robert Service
Directed by Morris Panych
June 20 to September 28 - Opens July 11

Elektra
By Sophokles
Directed by Thomas Moschopoulos
July 29 to September 29 - Opens August 11


STUDIO THEATRE:
MacHomer
Created and performed by Rick Miller
Directed by Sean Lynch
May 2 to May 26 - Opens May 5

The Best Brothers
By Daniel MacIvor
Directed by Dean Gabourie
June 26 to September 16 - Opens July 12

Hirsch
Created and conceived by Alon Nashman and Paul Thompson
Directed by Paul Thompson
June 20 to September 14 - Opens July 12
Hirsch: Inspired by a Leader | Between the Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
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Hirsch: Inspired by a Leader | Between the Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Director Paul Thompson and actor Alon Nashman discuss the legendary John Hirsch, whose life and work they have dramatized in Hirsch, a stunning world première this season at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.
The Matchmaker: Love Letter to Humanity | Between the Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
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The Matchmaker: Love Letter to Humanity | Between the Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Tom McCamus and Seana McKenna give an overview of the play and their individual characters in the Stratford Shakespeare Festival's 2012 production of The Matchmaker.


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The Matchmaker
By Thronton Wilder
Directed by Chris Abraham

May 12 to October 27 - Opens June 2


CAST (in alphabetical order)

Understudy - Alden Adair
Ensemble - Simon Bracken
Ambrose Kemper, suitor to Ermengarde - Skye Brandon
Ensemble - Ian D. Clark
Irene Molloy - Laura Condlln
August - Victor Dolhai
Ensemble - Leah Doz
Barnaby Tucker - Josh Epstein
Understudy - Barb Fulton
Understudy - Andrew Gillies
Ensemble - Carmen Grant
Understudy - Brad Hodder
Ensemble - Ruby Joy
Gypsy Musician - Robert King
Horace Vandergelder - Tom McCamus
Understudy - Lorena Mackenzie
Dolly Gallagher Levi - Seana McKenna
Miss Flora Van Huysen - Nora McLellan
Gertrude, Cook - Chick Reid
Ermengarde - Cara Ricketts
Minnie Fay - Andrea Runge
Cornelius Hackl - Mike Shara
Ensemble - Brian Tree
Joe Scanlon, Rudolph, Cabman - John Vickery
Malachi Stack - Geraint Wyn Davies

ARTISTIC TEAM

Director - Chris Abraham
Designer - Santo Loquasto
Lighting Designer - Michael Walton
Sound Designer - Thomas Ryder Payne
Choreographer - Jane Johanson
Dramaturge - Robert Blacker
Dramaturge - Jacob Gallagher-Ross
Stunt Coordinator - Daniel Levinson
Assistant Director - Andrea Donaldson
Assistant Set Designer - Devon Bhim
Assistant Costume Designer - Alix Dolgoy
Assistant Lighting Designer - Sean Poole
Assistant Sound Designer - Verne Good
Stage Manager - Kim Lott
Assistant Stage Manager - Bona Duncan
Assistant Stage Manager - Bruno Gonsalves
Apprentice Stage Manager - Stephanie Meine
Production Assistant - Kelsey Rae
Production Stage Manager - Margaret Palmer
Technical Director - Jeff Scollon
The Matchmaker: Adventure | Between the Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Mike Shara discusses his role as Cornelius Hackl, a downtrodden store clerk who crave...Full Description
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Mike Shara discusses his role as Cornelius Hackl, a downtrodden store clerk who craves a more adventurous lifestyle.


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The Matchmaker
By Thronton Wilder
Directed by Chris Abraham

May 12 to October 27 - Opens June 2


CAST (in alphabetical order)

Understudy - Alden Adair
Ensemble - Simon Bracken
Ambrose Kemper, suitor to Ermengarde - Skye Brandon
Ensemble - Ian D. Clark
Irene Molloy - Laura Condlln
August - Victor Dolhai
Ensemble - Leah Doz
Barnaby Tucker - Josh Epstein
Understudy - Barb Fulton
Understudy - Andrew Gillies
Ensemble - Carmen Grant
Understudy - Brad Hodder
Ensemble - Ruby Joy
Gypsy Musician - Robert King
Horace Vandergelder - Tom McCamus
Understudy - Lorena Mackenzie
Dolly Gallagher Levi - Seana McKenna
Miss Flora Van Huysen - Nora McLellan
Gertrude, Cook - Chick Reid
Ermengarde - Cara Ricketts
Minnie Fay - Andrea Runge
Cornelius Hackl - Mike Shara
Ensemble - Brian Tree
Joe Scanlon, Rudolph, Cabman - John Vickery
Malachi Stack - Geraint Wyn Davies

ARTISTIC TEAM

Director - Chris Abraham
Designer - Santo Loquasto
Lighting Designer - Michael Walton
Sound Designer - Thomas Ryder Payne
Choreographer - Jane Johanson
Dramaturge - Robert Blacker
Dramaturge - Jacob Gallagher-Ross
Stunt Coordinator - Daniel Levinson
Assistant Director - Andrea Donaldson
Assistant Set Designer - Devon Bhim
Assistant Costume Designer - Alix Dolgoy
Assistant Lighting Designer - Sean Poole
Assistant Sound Designer - Verne Good
Stage Manager - Kim Lott
Assistant Stage Manager - Bona Duncan
Assistant Stage Manager - Bruno Gonsalves
Apprentice Stage Manager - Stephanie Meine
Production Assistant - Kelsey Rae
Production Stage Manager - Margaret Palmer
Technical Director - Jeff Scollon
The Matchmaker: Wigs | Behind The Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Wigs and Make-up Technical Advisor Dave Kerr explains how wigs are made and how sideb...Full Description
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The Matchmaker: Wigs | Behind The Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Wigs and Make-up Technical Advisor Dave Kerr explains how wigs are made and how sideburns are being created for Tom McCamus to wear in the 2012 production of The Matchmaker.
The Matchmaker: Wardrobe First Look | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Cutter Kim Crossley gives us a first look at some of the materials, trim and costumes...Full Description
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The Matchmaker: Wardrobe First Look | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Cutter Kim Crossley gives us a first look at some of the materials, trim and costumes for the 2012 production of The Matchmaker.
Much Ado About Nothing: Love and Wit | Between the Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Real-life husband and wife Ben Carlson and Deborah Hay talk about wit, love and their...Full Description
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Real-life husband and wife Ben Carlson and Deborah Hay talk about wit, love and their characters' transformations in the Stratford Shakespeare Festival's 2012 production of Much Ado About Nothing.


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Much Ado About Nothing
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Christopher Newton

April 26 to October 27 - Opens May 28

CAST (in alphabetical order)

Lady - Carla Bennett
Sexton - Wayne Best
Dogberry - Richard Binsley
Borachio - Michael Blake
Leonato - James Blendick
Benedick - Ben Carlson
Don Pedro - Juan Chioran
George Seacoal - David Collins
Flagbearer - John Cullen
Balthasar - Carl Danielsen
Antonio - Keith Dinicol
Gardener's Boy - Nicholas Dolan
Henrique Oswald - Victor Dolhai
Maid - Leah Doz
Conrad - Victor Ertmanis
Soldier/Hugh Oatcake - Stephen Gartner
Lady - Carmen Grant
Beatrice - Deborah Hay
Maid - Jessica Horn
Foodman/Watch - Luke Humphrey
Hero - Bethany Jillard
Margaret - Claire Lautier
Verges - Roy Lewis
Don John - Gareth Potter
Soldier/Watch - Christopher Prentice
Lady - Jennifer Rider-Shaw
Ursula - Andrea Runge
Adjutant - Stephen Russell
Claudio - Tyrone Savage
Friar Francis - Timothy D. Stickney

ARTISTIC TEAM

Director - Christopher Newton
Designer - Santo Loquasto
Lighting Designer - Robert Thomson
Composer - Jonathan Monro
Sound Designer - Thomas Ryder Payne
Choreographer - Jane Johanson
Fight Director - Simon Fon
Assistant Director - Aaron Willis
Assistant Set Designer - Devon Bhim
Assistant Costume Designer - Alix Dolgoy
Assistant Lighting Designer - Sean Poole
Assistant Sound Designer - Verne Good
Dance Captain - Carla Bennett
Fight Captain - Tyrone Savage
Stage Manager - Bona Duncan
Assistant Stage Manager - Angela Marshall
Assistant Stage Manager - Crystal Skinner
Assistant Stage Manager - Kristopher Weber
Production Assistant - Kelsey Rae
Production Stage Manager - Margaret Palmer
Technical Director - Jeff Scollon
Much Ado About Nothing: Young Lovers | Between the Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Tyrone Savage and Bethany Jillard talk about their roles as Claudio and Hero in Much ...Full Description
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Much Ado About Nothing: Young Lovers | Between the Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Tyrone Savage and Bethany Jillard talk about their roles as Claudio and Hero in Much Ado About Nothing, part of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival's 60th season.


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Much Ado About Nothing
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Christopher Newton
April 26 to October 27 - Opens May 28


CAST (in alphabetical order)

Lady - Carla Bennett
Sexton - Wayne Best
Dogberry - Richard Binsley
Borachio - Michael Blake
Leonato - James Blendick
Benedick - Ben Carlson
Don Pedro - Juan Chioran
George Seacoal - David Collins
Flagbearer - John Cullen
Balthasar - Carl Danielsen
Antonio - Keith Dinicol
Gardener's Boy - Nicholas Dolan
Henrique Oswald - Victor Dolhai
Maid - Leah Doz
Conrad - Victor Ertmanis
Soldier/Hugh Oatcake - Stephen Gartner
Lady - Carmen Grant
Beatrice - Deborah Hay
Maid - Jessica Horn
Foodman/Watch - Luke Humphrey
Hero - Bethany Jillard
Margaret - Claire Lautier
Verges - Roy Lewis
Don John - Gareth Potter
Soldier/Watch - Christopher Prentice
Lady - Jennifer Rider-Shaw
Ursula - Andrea Runge
Adjutant - Stephen Russell
Claudio - Tyrone Savage
Friar Francis - Timothy D. Stickney

ARTISTIC TEAM

Director - Christopher Newton
Designer - Santo Loquasto
Lighting Designer - Robert Thomson
Composer - Jonathan Monro
Sound Designer - Thomas Ryder Payne
Choreographer - Jane Johanson
Fight Director - Simon Fon
Assistant Director - Aaron Willis
Assistant Set Designer - Devon Bhim
Assistant Costume Designer - Alix Dolgoy
Assistant Lighting Designer - Sean Poole
Assistant Sound Designer - Verne Good
Dance Captain - Carla Bennett
Fight Captain - Tyrone Savage
Stage Manager - Bona Duncan
Assistant Stage Manager - Angela Marshall
Assistant Stage Manager - Crystal Skinner
Assistant Stage Manager - Kristopher Weber
Production Assistant - Kelsey Rae
Production Stage Manager - Margaret Palmer
Technical Director - Jeff Scollon
Much Ado About Nothing: Grand Staircase | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
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Scenic Carpenter Mark Smith describes the construction of the grand staircase that appears in Much Ado About Nothing during the Stratford Shakespeare Festival's 60th season.


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2012 PLAYBILL:
Much Ado About Nothing
42nd Street
The Matchmaker
Henry V
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
The Pirates of Penzance
A Word or Two
Cymbeline
Elektra
MacHomer
The War of 1812

WORLD PREMIÈRES
Wanderlust
The Best Brothers
Hirsch

The 2012 Season at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival runs from April 12 to October 28, 2012.


FESTIVAL THEATRE:
Much Ado About Nothing
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Christopher Newton
April 26 to October 27 - Opens May 28

42nd Street
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble
Directed by Gary Griffin
April 12 to October 28 - Opens May 29

The Matchmaker
By Thronton Wilder
Directed by Chris Abraham
May 12 to October 27 - Opens June 2

Henry V
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Des McAnuff
June 24 to September 29 - Opens July 13


AVON THEATRE:
A Word or Two
Written, arranged and performed by Christopher Plummer
Directed by Des McAnuff
July 25 to August 26 - Opens August 2

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
Based on the comic strip "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schulz
Book, music and lyrics by Clark Gesner
Directed and Choreographed by Donna Feore
May 15 to October 28 - Opens May 30

The Pirates of Penzance
By W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
Directed by Ethan McSweeny
May 3 to October 27 - Opens June 1


TOM PATTERSON THEATRE:
Cymbeline
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Antoni Cimolino
May 10 to September 30 - Opens May 31

Wanderlust
Book by Morris Panych
Music by Marek Norman
Based on the poems of Robert Service
Directed by Morris Panych
June 20 to September 28 - Opens July 11

Elektra
By Sophokles
Directed by Thomas Moschopoulos
July 29 to September 29 - Opens August 11


STUDIO THEATRE:
MacHomer
Created and performed by Rick Miller
Directed by Sean Lynch
May 2 to May 26 - Opens May 5

The Best Brothers
By Daniel MacIvor
Directed by Dean Gabourie
June 26 to September 16 - Opens July 12

Hirsch
Created and conceived by Alon Nashman and Paul Thompson
Directed by Paul Thompson
June 20 to September 14 - Opens July 12
Much Ado About Nothing: Stage Floor Time-Lapse | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Spanning a 4 week period, watch as the Much Ado About Nothing stage floor goes from p...Full Description
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Much Ado About Nothing: Stage Floor Time-Lapse | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Spanning a 4 week period, watch as the Much Ado About Nothing stage floor goes from plywood to paint in under 3 minutes. 

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The Pirates Of Penzance: Pirate King | Between The Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Sean Arbuckle talks about his role as the Pirate King in The Pirates of Penzance and ...Full Description
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The Pirates Of Penzance: Pirate King | Between The Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Sean Arbuckle talks about his role as the Pirate King in The Pirates of Penzance and about the relationship between his character and the musical's hero, Frederic.
The Pirates of Penzance: Pirate's Apprentice | Between the Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Kyle Blair talks about his role as Frederic, the comically conscientious romantic lea...Full Description
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The Pirates of Penzance: Pirate's Apprentice | Between the Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Kyle Blair talks about his role as Frederic, the comically conscientious romantic lead in The Pirates of Penzance.

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The Pirates of Penzance
By W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
Directed by Ethan McSweeny

May 3 to October 27 - Opens June 1

CAST (in alphabetical order)
Ward - Sarah Afful
Thomas, The Pirate King - Sean Arbuckle
Frederic - Kyle Blair
Pirate - Andrew Broderick
Edith - Naomi Costain
Pirate, Police - Stephen Cota
Ward - Jacquelyn French
Pirate, Police - Nicko Giannakos
Pirate - Kyle Golemba
Pirate, Police - Larry Herbert
Ward - Julianne Hobby
Kate - Keely Hutton
Major-General Stanley - C. David Johnson
Pirate, Police - Galen Johnson
Ruth - Gabrielle Jones
Ward - Monique Lund
Ward - Ayrin Mackie
Sergeant of the Police - Steve Ross
Pirate, Police - Jay T. Schramek
Pirate - Travis Seetoo
Pirate - David Silvestri
Ward - Jennifer Stewart
Samuel - Jordan Till
Pirate, Police - Geoffrey Tyler
Ward - Tahirih Vejdani
Mabel - Amy Wallis
Isabel - Abigail Winter-Culliford
Musician, violin - Anna Atkinson
Musician, guitar - Terry McKenna
Musician, concertina - George Meanwell
Swing - Matthew Armet
Swing - Rachel Crowther


ARTISTIC TEAM

Director - Ethan McSweeny
Choreographer - Marcos Santana
Musical Director - Franklin Brasz
Set Designer - Anna Louizos
Costume Designer - Paul Tazewell
Lighting Designer - Howell Binkley
Sound Designer - Jim Neil
Orchestrator - Michael Starobin
Arrangements - Mark Camilleri
Fight Director - Daniel Levinson
Stunt Coordinator - Simon Fon
Associate Conductor - Michael Barber
Assistant Director - Darcy Evans
Assistant Choreographer - Tammy Nera
Assistant Set Designer - Brandon Kleiman
Assistant Costume Designer - Laura Gardner
Assistant Lighting Designer - Kaileigh Krysztofiak
Assistant Fight Director - Simon Fon
Dance Captain - Matthew Armet
Fight Captain - Stephen Cota
Fight Captain - Galen Johnson
Stage Manager - Michael Hart
Assistant Stage Manager - Melanie Klodt Wong
Assistant Stage Manager - Holly Korhonen
Assistant Stage Manager - Melissa Rood
Production Assistant - Kenilee Kehler
Production Stage Manager - Julie Miles
Production Stage Manager - Maxwell T. Wilson
Technical Director - Elissa Horscroft
The Pirates Of Penzance: Mechanical Arm | Behind The Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Props specialist Eric Ball gives us a glimpse of the mechanical arm Sean Arbuckle wil...Full Description
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The Pirates Of Penzance: Mechanical Arm | Behind The Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Props specialist Eric Ball gives us a glimpse of the mechanical arm Sean Arbuckle will be wearing in The Pirates of Penzance, and explains the term "Steampunk."
The Pirates of Penzance: Mabel | Between the Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Amy Wallis talks about The Pirates of Penzance and her character Mabel. The Pirates o...Full Description
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The Pirates of Penzance: Mabel | Between the Lines | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Amy Wallis talks about The Pirates of Penzance and her character Mabel. The Pirates of Penzance is part of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival's 60th season.



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The Pirates of Penzance
By W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
Directed by Ethan McSweeny

May 3 to October 27 - Opens June 1

CAST (in alphabetical order)
Ward - Sarah Afful
Thomas, The Pirate King - Sean Arbuckle
Frederic - Kyle Blair
Pirate - Andrew Broderick
Edith - Naomi Costain
Pirate, Police - Stephen Cota
Ward - Jacquelyn French
Pirate, Police - Nicko Giannakos
Pirate - Kyle Golemba
Pirate, Police - Larry Herbert
Ward - Julianne Hobby
Kate - Keely Hutton
Major-General Stanley - C. David Johnson
Pirate, Police - Galen Johnson
Ruth - Gabrielle Jones
Ward - Monique Lund
Ward - Ayrin Mackie
Sergeant of the Police - Steve Ross
Pirate, Police - Jay T. Schramek
Pirate - Travis Seetoo
Pirate - David Silvestri
Ward - Jennifer Stewart
Samuel - Jordan Till
Pirate, Police - Geoffrey Tyler
Ward - Tahirih Vejdani
Mabel - Amy Wallis
Isabel - Abigail Winter-Culliford
Musician, violin - Anna Atkinson
Musician, guitar - Terry McKenna
Musician, concertina - George Meanwell
Swing - Matthew Armet
Swing - Rachel Crowther


ARTISTIC TEAM

Director - Ethan McSweeny
Choreographer - Marcos Santana
Musical Director - Franklin Brasz
Set Designer - Anna Louizos
Costume Designer - Paul Tazewell
Lighting Designer - Howell Binkley
Sound Designer - Jim Neil
Orchestrator - Michael Starobin
Arrangements - Mark Camilleri
Fight Director - Daniel Levinson
Stunt Coordinator - Simon Fon
Associate Conductor - Michael Barber
Assistant Director - Darcy Evans
Assistant Choreographer - Tammy Nera
Assistant Set Designer - Brandon Kleiman
Assistant Costume Designer - Laura Gardner
Assistant Lighting Designer - Kaileigh Krysztofiak
Assistant Fight Director - Simon Fon
Dance Captain - Matthew Armet
Fight Captain - Stephen Cota
Fight Captain - Galen Johnson
Stage Manager - Michael Hart
Assistant Stage Manager - Melanie Klodt Wong
Assistant Stage Manager - Holly Korhonen
Assistant Stage Manager - Melissa Rood
Production Assistant - Kenilee Kehler
Production Stage Manager - Julie Miles
Production Stage Manager - Maxwell T. Wilson
Technical Director - Elissa Horscroft
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown: Meet the Cast | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
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You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown: Meet the Cast | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
A first look at the fun loving cast of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival 2012 production of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.

CAST:
Ken James Stewart | Charlie Brown
Stephen Patterson | Snoopy
Erica Peck | Lucy
Kevin Yee | Linus
Amy Wallis | Sally
Andrew Broderick | Schroeder

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2012 PLAYBILL:
Much Ado About Nothing
42nd Street
The Matchmaker
Henry V
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
The Pirates of Penzance
A Word or Two
Cymbeline
Elektra
MacHomer
The War of 1812

WORLD PREMIÈRES
Wanderlust
The Best Brothers
Hirsch

The 2012 Season at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival runs from April 12 to October 28, 2012.


FESTIVAL THEATRE:
Much Ado About Nothing
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Christopher Newton
April 26 to October 27 - Opens May 28

42nd Street
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble
Directed by Gary Griffin
April 12 to October 28 - Opens May 29

The Matchmaker
By Thronton Wilder
Directed by Chris Abraham
May 12 to October 27 - Opens June 2

Henry V
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Des McAnuff
June 24 to September 29 - Opens July 13


AVON THEATRE:
A Word or Two
Written, arranged and performed by Christopher Plummer
Directed by Des McAnuff
July 25 to August 26 - Opens August 2

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
Based on the comic strip "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schulz
Book, music and lyrics by Clark Gesner
Directed and Choreographed by Donna Feore
May 15 to October 28 - Opens May 30

The Pirates of Penzance
By W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
Directed by Ethan McSweeny
May 3 to October 27 - Opens June 1


TOM PATTERSON THEATRE:
Cymbeline
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Antoni Cimolino
May 10 to September 30 - Opens May 31

Wanderlust
Book by Morris Panych
Music by Marek Norman
Based on the poems of Robert Service
Directed by Morris Panych
June 20 to September 28 - Opens July 11

Elektra
By Sophokles
Directed by Thomas Moschopoulos
July 29 to September 29 - Opens August 11


STUDIO THEATRE:
MacHomer
Created and performed by Rick Miller
Directed by Sean Lynch
May 2 to May 26 - Opens May 5

The Best Brothers
By Daniel MacIvor
Directed by Dean Gabourie
June 26 to September 16 - Opens July 12

Hirsch
Created and conceived by Alon Nashman and Paul Thompson
Directed by Paul Thompson
June 20 to September 14 - Opens July 12
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown: Students of Schulz | Between the Lines | Stratford Festival
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You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown: Students of Schulz | Between the Lines | Stratford Festival
Director and Choreographer Donna Feore discusses the music, cast, and core message of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown -- 1 of 14 magnificent productions as part of the 2012 Stratford Shakespeare Festival!

Call Today - 1.800.567.1600
or Order Online - http://bit.ly/GBbJsM


2012 PLAYBILL:
Much Ado About Nothing
42nd Street
The Matchmaker
Henry V
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
The Pirates of Penzance
A Word or Two
Cymbeline
Elektra
MacHomer
The War of 1812

WORLD PREMIÈRES
Wanderlust
The Best Brothers
Hirsch

The 2012 Season at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival runs from April 12 to October 28, 2012.


FESTIVAL THEATRE:
Much Ado About Nothing
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Christopher Newton
April 26 to October 27 - Opens May 28

42nd Street
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble
Directed by Gary Griffin
April 12 to October 28 - Opens May 29

The Matchmaker
By Thronton Wilder
Directed by Chris Abraham
May 12 to October 27 - Opens June 2

Henry V
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Des McAnuff
June 24 to September 29 - Opens July 13


AVON THEATRE:
A Word or Two
Written, arranged and performed by Christopher Plummer
Directed by Des McAnuff
July 25 to August 26 - Opens August 2

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
Based on the comic strip "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schulz
Book, music and lyrics by Clark Gesner
Directed and Choreographed by Donna Feore
May 15 to October 28 - Opens May 30

The Pirates of Penzance
By W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
Directed by Ethan McSweeny
May 3 to October 27 - Opens June 1


TOM PATTERSON THEATRE:
Cymbeline
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Antoni Cimolino
May 10 to September 30 - Opens May 31

Wanderlust
Book by Morris Panych
Music by Marek Norman
Based on the poems of Robert Service
Directed by Morris Panych
June 20 to September 28 - Opens July 11

Elektra
By Sophokles
Directed by Thomas Moschopoulos
July 29 to September 29 - Opens August 11


STUDIO THEATRE:
MacHomer
Created and performed by Rick Miller
Directed by Sean Lynch
May 2 to May 26 - Opens May 5

The Best Brothers
By Daniel MacIvor
Directed by Dean Gabourie
June 26 to September 16 - Opens July 12

Hirsch
Created and conceived by Alon Nashman and Paul Thompson
Directed by Paul Thompson
June 20 to September 14 - Opens July 12
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown: Lucy's Booth | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
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You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown: Lucy's Booth | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Scenic Carpenter Stephen Morgan gives us a behind-the-scenes look at Lucy's Booth (Psychiatric Help - 5 Cents) appearing in You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown -- just one of 14 productions in the 60th season of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown: Schroeder's Piano | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Festival
Scenic Carpenter Stephen Morgan gives us a behind-the-scenes look at Schroeder's pian...Full Description
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You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown: Schroeder's Piano | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Festival
Scenic Carpenter Stephen Morgan gives us a behind-the-scenes look at Schroeder's piano, appearing in You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown — just one of 14 productions in the 60th season of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown: School Bus | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
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You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown: School Bus | Behind the Scenes | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Scenic Carpenter Stephen Morgan gives us a sneak peek at the school bus appearing in You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown -- just one of 14 productions in the 60th season of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.
Henry V | "Enter Henry V" | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
An introduction to Shakespeare's second group of history plays, known as the Henriad ...Full Description
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Henry V | "Enter Henry V" | Stratford Shakespeare Festival
An introduction to Shakespeare's second group of history plays, known as the Henriad - Richard II, Henry IV Parts 1 and 2, and Henry V. Henry V is just one of 14 magnificent productions that make up the 60th season of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.

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Henry V
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Des McAnuff

June 24 to September 29 - Opens July 13

Animation by Jordan Gosselin

Generously funded by Canadian Heritage