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September 9 - October 1, 2017 , Allen Theatre

Shakespeare in Love

Adapted for the stage by Lee Hall
Based on the screenplay by Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard
Directed by Laura Kepley

Run time: 2 hours, 30 minutes (including intermission)

The Academy Award-winning romantic comedy Shakespeare in Love comes to the stage, complete with swordfights, secret trysts, and backstage drama. Young playwright Will Shakespeare is short on inspiration until he encounters the beguiling Viola, and their star-crossed love inspires a masterpiece. Filled with action-packed adventure, fiery romance, and wit, get ready to fall head over heels for CPH Artistic Director Laura Kepley’s lush, lavish, and lusty production that celebrates the power of live theatre.

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Charlie Thurston (Will Shakespeare) and the cast of Shakespeare in Love. Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Foreground left to right: Charlie Thurston (Will Shakespeare), Nigel the Dog (Spot), Peter Hargrave (Lord Wessex). Background: Grant Goodman (Ned Alleyn). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Charlie Thurston (Will Shakespeare), Andhy Mendez (Kit Marlowe) and the cast of Shakespeare in Love. Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Charlie Thurston (Will Shakespeare), Marina Shay (Viola de Lesseps). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

The cast of Shakespeare in Love. Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Charlie Thurston (Will Shakespeare), Marina Shay (Viola de Lesseps). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Foreground left to right: Donald Carrier (Henslowe), Charlie Thurston (Will Shakespeare). Background: Randy Merrill (Ensemble). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Foreground left to rigth: Peter Hargrave (Lord Wessex), Allen O'Reilly (Sir Robert de Lesseps). Background: Paul Bugallo (Ensemble). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Charlie Thurston (Will Shakespeare) and the cast of Shakespeare in Love. Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Tommy Bilczo (John Webster). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Kyle Cherry (Sam), Chuck Richie (Ralph). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Charlie Thurston (Will Shakespeare). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Foreground from left to right: Kyle Cherry (Ensemble), Nigel the dog (Spot), Tina Stafford (Queen Elizabeth). Background from left to right: Allen O'Reilly (Ensemble), Marina Shay (Viola de Lesseps), Sarah Cuneo (Ensemble), Paul Bugallo (Tilney), Megan Medley (Ensemble). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Charlie Thurston (Will Shakespeare), Marina Shay (Viola de Lesseps). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Foreground from left to right: Brian Owen (Adam), Evan Zes (Fennyman), Lavour Addison (Lambert). Background from left to right: Chuck Richie (Ralph), Mariah Burks (Ensemble), Grant Goodman (Ned Alleyn), Marina Shay (as Thomas Kent). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Paul Bugallo (Tilney). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Foreground: Evan Zes (Fennyman), Background: Mariah Burks (Ensemble), Chuck Richie (Ralph). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Marina Shay (Viola de Lesseps), Charlie Thurston (Will Shakespeare). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Brian Owen (Burbage). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left to right: Donald Carrier (Henslowe), Paul Bugallo (Peter), Kyle Cherry (Sam), Grant Goodman (Ned Alleyn), Chuck Richie (Ralph), Charlie Thurston (Will Shakespeare), Randy Merrill (Robin), Lavour Addison (Lambert). Photo Credit: Roger Matroianni.

Tina Stafford (Queen Elizabeth), Peter Hargrave (Lord Wessex). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Foreground fom left to right: Marina Shay (Viola de Lesseps), Charlie Thurston (Will Shakespeare), Peter Hargrave (Lord Wessex). Background: Randy Merrill (Ensemble). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni

From left to right: Mariah Burks (Ensemble), Megan Medley (Kate), Grant Goodman (Ned Alleyn), Sarah Cuneo (Molly), Chuck Richie (Ensemble), Evan Zes (Fennyman). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Foreground: Marina Shay (as Thomas Kent) Background left to right: Lavour Addison (Nol), Paul Bugallo (Peter), Allen O'Reilly (Ensemble), Chuck Richie (Ensemble), Randy Merrill (Robin). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Foreground from left to right: Paul Bugallo (Ensemble), Andhy Mendez (Kit Marlowe), Charlie Thurston (Will Shakespeare), Background from left to right: Randy Merrill (Ensemble), Drew Bastian (Maestro). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Charlie Thurston (Will Shakespeare) and Marina Shay (Viola de Lesseps). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

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Lavour Addison

Lavour Addison

(Nol/Lambert/Boatman/Ensemble/Understudy: Kit Marlo) graduated from the University of Hawaii at Manoa with a double major in Psychology and Theatre. He also holds a certificate from the Stella Adler Acting Conservatory in NYC. 2017 Member of the Chautauqua Theatre Company where he Played Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet. CWRU/CPH MFA Acting more(Nol/Lambert/Boatman/Ensemble/Understudy: Kit Marlo) graduated from the University of Hawaii at Manoa with a double major in Psychology and Theatre. He also holds a certificate from the Stella Adler Acting Conservatory in NYC. 2017 Member of the Chautauqua Theatre Company where he Played Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet. CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program credits include: She Stoops to Conquer, Clybourne Park, Mary Zimmerman's Metamorphoses and a cameo in The Two Gentlemen of Verona. At Cleveland Play House he has performed in The CPH Centennial Plays, the world premiere of Quiara Alegria Hudes' The Good Peaches in collaboration with the Cleveland Orchestra, and the world premiere reading of FEED by Eric Coble. Other credits include serving as the Acting Captain of the Hawaii Pirate Ship Adventures and working as a full time member of the Professional Acting Company with the Honolulu Theatre for Youth. He recently played Macbeth with Oberlin Summer Theatre Festival. Favorite credits include The Wild Party, The Genteel Sabai, and Bug. I love you Brittni, Winnie, and Pixie.

Drew Bastian

Drew Bastian

(Maestro/Musician/Ensemble) was most recently seen Off-Broadway in Theatre for a New Audience’s Measure for Measure where he played and co-wrote original music. In 2014, Drew performed in the national tour of HAIR where he played drums, acted in the ensemble, and understudied the role of Woof. Other favorites behind the more(Maestro/Musician/Ensemble) was most recently seen Off-Broadway in Theatre for a New Audience’s Measure for Measure where he played and co-wrote original music. In 2014, Drew performed in the national tour of HAIR where he played drums, acted in the ensemble, and understudied the role of Woof. Other favorites behind the kit include RENT with PA Centre Stage and playing for and co-producing Somewhere With You in the New York Musical Theatre Festival. Favorites on stage include Romeo and Juliet in NYC with Occupy Verona, The Fantasticks as Matt with Arcadia players, and Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story as Jerry Allison with numerous regional theatres. As a musician, Drew has played historic venues such as Joe’s Pub, 54 Below, the Edison Ballroom, and Birdland backing up performers such as Annaleigh Ashford, James Monroe Inglehart, Randy Graff, Mandy Gonzalez, and Daveed Diggs. drewbastiandrums.com

Tommy Bilczo

Tommy Bilczo

(John Webster/Ensemble ) is honored to be returning to the stage at Cleveland Play House with the CWRU/CPH MFA Class of 2018. Past productions at CPH include: Shakespeare in Love (John Webster), Disney's Freaky Friday (Fletcher u/s, performed), and A Christmas Story (Ralphie, 2016). Tommy has also performed in more(John Webster/Ensemble ) is honored to be returning to the stage at Cleveland Play House with the CWRU/CPH MFA Class of 2018. Past productions at CPH include: Shakespeare in Love (John Webster), Disney's Freaky Friday (Fletcher u/s, performed), and A Christmas Story (Ralphie, 2016). Tommy has also performed in numerous Cleveland area productions, most notably as young Josh in BIG: The Musical (Beck Center for the Arts); Gavroche in Les Miserables, School Edition (MAD* Factory); and Randy in A Christmas Story: The Musical (TrueNorth Cultural Arts Center). Tommy is currently a member of the CPH Theatre Academy's Musical Theatre Ensemble and has also studied at the Beck Center, Baldwin Wallace University camps, and Broadway Artists Alliance in NYC. Tommy’s vocal coach is MAD* Factory instructor Amber Michalak. Proud Equity Membership Candidate. Visit tommybilczo.com.

Paul Bugallo

Paul Bugallo

(Tilney/Peter/Caitling/Ensemble) was raised in Seattle where he discovered his passion for the performing arts. He attended Central Washington University where he earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Theatrical Performance. Paul has performed in many of Seattle's professional spaces, including the Seattle Repertory and Center House Theatres, as well more(Tilney/Peter/Caitling/Ensemble) was raised in Seattle where he discovered his passion for the performing arts. He attended Central Washington University where he earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Theatrical Performance. Paul has performed in many of Seattle's professional spaces, including the Seattle Repertory and Center House Theatres, as well as improvisational Theatres such as Unexpected Productions and Jet City Improv. Now residing in the proud city of Cleveland, Paul is absolutely ecstatic about finishing up his final year in the Case Western Reserve University/Cleveland Play House MFA Acting Program. You may have seen him over the last two years in CWRU/CPH’s productions of Clybourne Park and She Stoops to Conquer. Most recently he appeared as Lord Tilney in CPH's 102nd season opening show Shakespeare in Love.

Mariah Burks

Mariah Burks

(Mistress Quickly/Musician /Ensemble) graduated from Bowling Green State University with a BAC in Musical Theatre. She is beyond thrilled and blessed to be performing this show with her amazing cast mates. Credits include: Spring Awakening, Legally Blonde, Book of Days, Urinetown: The Musical, Toxic Avenger. Recipient of the 2015 National more(Mistress Quickly/Musician /Ensemble) graduated from Bowling Green State University with a BAC in Musical Theatre. She is beyond thrilled and blessed to be performing this show with her amazing cast mates. Credits include: Spring Awakening, Legally Blonde, Book of Days, Urinetown: The Musical, Toxic Avenger. Recipient of the 2015 National Irene Ryan Scholarship Acting Award recipient at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival in Washington, DC. Currently studying at Case Western Reserve University/Cleveland Play House MFA Acting Program and those credits include: Mary Zimmerman’s Metamorphoses, Clybourne Park and She Stoops To Conquer; New Ground Theatre Festival at Cleveland Play House in The Nolan Williams Project: A New Musical. She was last seen in Caroline, or Change as "The Moon/Radio #1" at Tantrum Theatre. She couldn’t be more excited and humbled by this opportunity! Shout out to her mother for being a Wonder Woman! Enjoy the show!

Donald Carrier

Donald Carrier

(Henslowe/Ensemble) recently directed Clybourne Park, The Misanthrope, Shaw’s Too True to Be Good, and The Violins of Hope for the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program; Really Really and Seminar (Beck Center for the Arts), and Becky Shaw (Dobama Theatre). Selected directing credits include: The Crucible, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Alms, more(Henslowe/Ensemble) recently directed Clybourne Park, The Misanthrope, Shaw’s Too True to Be Good, and The Violins of Hope for the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program; Really Really and Seminar (Beck Center for the Arts), and Becky Shaw (Dobama Theatre). Selected directing credits include: The Crucible, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Alms, Twelfth Night, As You Like It, Habeas Corpus, The Pirates of Penzance, and Oh! What a Lovely War. He has appeared at Cleveland Play House in Shakespeare in Love; All the Way; Luna Gale; The Crucible; The Little Foxes; Yentl; In the Next Room, or the vibrator play; Ten Chimneys; Noises Off; and Lincolnesque. Regional credits include: The Old Globe, Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival, Great Lakes Theater, The Studio Theatre, The Shakespeare Theatre, The Wilma Theater, The Huntington Theatre, The Intiman Theatre, and Chicago Shakespeare Theater. He spent nine seasons at the Stratford Festival and two seasons at the Shaw Festival. Television/film: Guns, The Time Traveler’s Wife, The Passion of Ayn Rand, and Dead by Monday. He will be directing the MFA Class of 2020 in Lanford Wilson’s Fifth of July, this coming spring.

Kyle Cherry

Kyle Cherry

(Sam/Ensemble/Understudy: Burbage ) has appeared at Cleveland Play House in the world premiere of The Good Peaches with the Cleveland Orchestra, the NGTF reading of The Chinese Lady by Lloyd Suh, The CPH Centennial Plays, and the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting program’s productions of Mary Zimmerman’s Metamorphoses, Clybourne Park, and She more(Sam/Ensemble/Understudy: Burbage ) has appeared at Cleveland Play House in the world premiere of The Good Peaches with the Cleveland Orchestra, the NGTF reading of The Chinese Lady by Lloyd Suh, The CPH Centennial Plays, and the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting program’s productions of Mary Zimmerman’s Metamorphoses, Clybourne Park, and She Stoops to Conquer. Other credits include The Seagull (Huntington Theatre Company), Gross Indecency (Bad Habit Productions), Macbeth and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Brown Box Theatre Project), Romeo and Juliet and To Kill a Mockingbird (New Repertory Theatre), as well as readings and workshops with the Cherry Lane Theatre, Red Bull Theater, and Theatre Now New York. He is a company member at The Middle Voice Theater Company in New York, for whom he has acted, written, and stage-managed. Kyle holds a B.A. in English from Tufts University.

Sarah Cuneo

Sarah Cuneo

(Molly/Ensemble/Understudy: Viola de Lesseps ) is overjoyed to be returning to the Cleveland Play House stage after making her CPH debut in Shakespeare in Love. A New Jersey native, Sarah graduated from Princeton University with a major in Psychology and certificates in Theater and Neuroscience. Sarah has previously appeared in more(Molly/Ensemble/Understudy: Viola de Lesseps ) is overjoyed to be returning to the Cleveland Play House stage after making her CPH debut in Shakespeare in Love. A New Jersey native, Sarah graduated from Princeton University with a major in Psychology and certificates in Theater and Neuroscience. Sarah has previously appeared in the New Ground Theater Festival in The Good Peaches by Quiara Alegría Hudes; and in a staged reading of Little Row Boat or, Conjecture by Kirsten Greenidge. She has also appeared in CWRU/CPH productions of She Stoops to Conquer, Clybourne Park, and Mary Zimmerman’s Metamorphoses. Other credits include Macbeth (Oberlin Summer Theater Festival), Red Noses (Lewis Center for the Arts), and The Real Inspector Hound (Princeton Summer Theater). Much love and appreciation to the entire CWRU/CPH family, and infinite thanks to her father for his unwavering support.

Grant Goodman

Grant Goodman

(Ned Alleyn/Frees/Ensemble) most recently appeared in Heartbreak House at Hartford Stage directed by Tony Award winner Darko Tresnjak. National Tours include The Merchant of Venice starring F. Murray Abraham. New York credits include: Richard II (Pearl Theatre); Antony & Cleopatra, The Merchant of Venice (Theatre for a New Audience); more(Ned Alleyn/Frees/Ensemble) most recently appeared in Heartbreak House at Hartford Stage directed by Tony Award winner Darko Tresnjak. National Tours include The Merchant of Venice starring F. Murray Abraham. New York credits include: Richard II (Pearl Theatre); Antony & Cleopatra, The Merchant of Venice (Theatre for a New Audience); King Lear, The Iliad (Lincoln Center); Pericles (Red Bull Theater). Regional credits include extensive work with such theatres as: Yale Repertory, Hartford Stage, Shakespeare Theatre Company (DC), Chicago Shakespeare Theater, The Old Globe, Actors’ Theatre of Louisville, Court Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, PlayMakers Repertory, Indiana Repertory, Syracuse Stage, People's Light (Philadelphia), Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Milwaukee Repertory, Pioneer Theatre, Arizona Theatre Company and the Utah, Illinois, Notre Dame and Kentucky Shakespeare Festivals among many others. Film/Television includes: As the World Turns, Sex and the City, Sleepers. Training: Graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. grantgoodmantheatre.com

Peter Hargrave

Peter Hargrave

(Wessex/Musician/Ensemble) holds his BFA from Abilene Christian University and is a graduate of Syracuse University’s Tepper Semester. Peter most recently appeared as Lord Wessex in Cleveland Play House’s production of Shakespeare in Love. Other CPH credits include: The Good Peaches (world premiere) and The CPH Centennial Plays. New Ground Play more(Wessex/Musician/Ensemble) holds his BFA from Abilene Christian University and is a graduate of Syracuse University’s Tepper Semester. Peter most recently appeared as Lord Wessex in Cleveland Play House’s production of Shakespeare in Love. Other CPH credits include: The Good Peaches (world premiere) and The CPH Centennial Plays. New Ground Play Festival Reading: Titus in FEED by Eric Coble. CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program credits include: She Stoops to Conquer, Clybourne Park, Mary Zimmerman’s Metamorphoses and The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Regional: Gateway Playhouse, Musical Theatre West, Texas Shakespeare Festival, and Disney Cruise Line.

Megan Medley

Megan Medley

(Kate/Ensemble) is grateful to be a part of this team and this pertinent, cogent play. Most recently, she had a blast playing in Shakespeare in Love here at CPH. Since joining the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting program she has performed alongside her classmates in She Stoops to Conquer, Clybourne Park, Mary more(Kate/Ensemble) is grateful to be a part of this team and this pertinent, cogent play. Most recently, she had a blast playing in Shakespeare in Love here at CPH. Since joining the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting program she has performed alongside her classmates in She Stoops to Conquer, Clybourne Park, Mary Zimmerman’s Metamorphoses, and The Good Peaches. She had the wondrous opportunity to perform in the world premiere of These Mortal Hosts at the New Ground Theatre Festival. Other credits include: Swan Lake, The Nutcracker, and Giselle (NoExit Performance); and Rapture, Blister, Burn (Theatre on the Square). She would like to thank her wonderfully supportive love Aurélien Bayo, her family, and her sweet kitties! Thank you for coming, and enjoy the show!

Andhy Mendez

Andhy Mendez

(Kit Marlowe/Ensemble) recently appeared at the Folger Shakespeare Library’s production of Timon of Athens. Off-Broadway credits include Sotto Voce and Strawberry & Chocolate. Other New York credits include Daughter of the Waves (Theatre for the New City), Between Two Worlds (NYC’s HERE Festival), and Downside Risk (Wings Theatre). Regional credits more(Kit Marlowe/Ensemble) recently appeared at the Folger Shakespeare Library’s production of Timon of Athens. Off-Broadway credits include Sotto Voce and Strawberry & Chocolate. Other New York credits include Daughter of the Waves (Theatre for the New City), Between Two Worlds (NYC’s HERE Festival), and Downside Risk (Wings Theatre). Regional credits include Hamlet: Prince of Cuba (ASOLO Repertory Theatre). Film credits include Gunny, Cecilia’s Birthday, Half the Perfect World, Cuban Blood, and For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story. Television credits include the upcoming Netflix series Seven Seconds, Blue Bloods, Orange is the New Black, The Blacklist, Gossip Girl, Forever, Elementary, NYC 22, and Golden Boy.

Randy Merrill

Randy Merrill

(Robin/Ensemble/Understudy: Will Shakespeare) is thrilled to be a part of The Diary of Anne Frank at Cleveland Play House in his final year of graduate school with the CWRU/CPH MFA acting program! Most recent credits include Shakespeare in Love (Robin, Understudy: Will), the regional premier of Really, Really (Jimmy), Clybourne more(Robin/Ensemble/Understudy: Will Shakespeare) is thrilled to be a part of The Diary of Anne Frank at Cleveland Play House in his final year of graduate school with the CWRU/CPH MFA acting program! Most recent credits include Shakespeare in Love (Robin, Understudy: Will), the regional premier of Really, Really (Jimmy), Clybourne Park (Jim/Tom), and She Stoops to Conquer (Charles Marlow). He has also recently appeared in La Cage Aux Folles (Jean Michele) at The Lake Dillon Theatre Co, and the original cast and International/Asia tour of Barbie Live! The Musical. He would like to thank his family and friends for their enduring love and support as well as the faculty and staff at the Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Play House!

Allen O'Reilly

Allen O'Reilly

(Sir Robert de Lesseps/Wabash/Ensemble) has regional credits that include Hamlet (The Alliance Theatre), A Christmas Carol (Geva Theatre), Our Country’s Good (Clarence Brown), and twenty-four seasons at Georgia Shakespeare in Atlanta. Cleveland area credits include: Barefoot in the Park and The Winter’s Tale (Oberlin Theatre Festival), Billy Elliot (The more(Sir Robert de Lesseps/Wabash/Ensemble) has regional credits that include Hamlet (The Alliance Theatre), A Christmas Carol (Geva Theatre), Our Country’s Good (Clarence Brown), and twenty-four seasons at Georgia Shakespeare in Atlanta. Cleveland area credits include: Barefoot in the Park and The Winter’s Tale (Oberlin Theatre Festival), Billy Elliot (The Beck Center), Denial (Oberlin College), and Cleveland Treatment Center in INCOGNEGRO. Film and TV credits include: Legacy, Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius, Crimes and Mr. Meanors, Sleepy Hollow and TURN: Washington’s Spies. Allen has also narrated over forty audio books, most recently Sons of Wichita. Allen is a proud member of Actors Equity and SAG/AFTRA and serves as the Education Programs Manager at Cleveland Play House.

Brian Owen

Brian Owen

(Burbage/Adam/Ensemble) is thrilled to return to Cleveland Play House after last season’s Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery. New York credits include Mr. Collins in a new musical adaptation of Pride and Prejudice, Never Have I Ever (TinyRhino at Joe’s Pub), and Lisa and Leonardo. Regional credits include Camelot (with Robert more(Burbage/Adam/Ensemble) is thrilled to return to Cleveland Play House after last season’s Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery. New York credits include Mr. Collins in a new musical adaptation of Pride and Prejudice, Never Have I Ever (TinyRhino at Joe’s Pub), and Lisa and Leonardo. Regional credits include Camelot (with Robert Sean Leonard at Westport Country Playhouse), Baskerville (CPH, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, and Dorset Theatre Festival), Sweeney Todd, Peter and the Starcatcher, South Pacific, Both Your Houses, The Matchmaker, and Sense and Sensibility (with Jon Jory at ATL). He’s been in A Midsummer Night’s Dream too many times to count. Film/TV credits include Hack my Life and Make Rome Great Again. He is a member of the political art collective Never Caesar whose viral video Trump-rested Development was featured by Time Magazine, Slate, and Vulture. His favorite role is husband to his wife Nicole. MFA: FSU/Asolo. Proud member AEA and Team Boals. briandouglasowen.com @bistrowen

Chuck Richie

Chuck Richie

(Ralph/Ensemble) returns to Cleveland Play House having most recently appeared here in the acclaimed 2015 revival of The Crucible. Other CPH: A Christmas Carol, Much Ado About Nothing, Animal Farm, and A Tuna Christmas. Regional: Hairspray, Hello, Dolly! (Porthouse Theatre); THREADS OF COMPASSION The Voices of My Past more(Ralph/Ensemble) returns to Cleveland Play House having most recently appeared here in the acclaimed 2015 revival of The Crucible. Other CPH: A Christmas Carol, Much Ado About Nothing, Animal Farm, and A Tuna Christmas. Regional: Hairspray, Hello, Dolly! (Porthouse Theatre); THREADS OF COMPASSION The Voices of My Past (solo performance, Liminis Theater). New York: Starmites (original Off-Off-Broadway production); Romeo and Juliet (Gallery Players); Pericles (Theatre for the New City); The Taming of the Shrew (Performing Garage/Shakespeare & Co., founding company member). Mr. Richie is Professor Emeritus at Kent State University, and is also a voice and dialect coach.

Marina Shay

Marina Shay

(Viola de Lesseps) recently appeared in New York as Julie in Miss Julie at the Access Theatre. Regional credits include Estella/Biddy in Great Expectations (Syracuse Stage), Sasha in Ivanov (Trinity Repertory Company), Iphigenia in Iphigenia 2.0 (Cleveland Public Theater), Eleanor in Pulse (The Guthrie), Roxanne in Cyrano De Bergerac (Heartwood more(Viola de Lesseps) recently appeared in New York as Julie in Miss Julie at the Access Theatre. Regional credits include Estella/Biddy in Great Expectations (Syracuse Stage), Sasha in Ivanov (Trinity Repertory Company), Iphigenia in Iphigenia 2.0 (Cleveland Public Theater), Eleanor in Pulse (The Guthrie), Roxanne in Cyrano De Bergerac (Heartwood Theater), Elma in Bus Stop (Oberlin Summer Theater Festival), and Hermia in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Oberlin Summer Theater Festival). Other New York credits include Eurydice in Eurydice and Emily Dickinson: Paranormal Investigator. Independent films include Go On, Lux, Dog, and De Capo.

Tina Stafford

Tina Stafford

(Nurse/Queen Elizabeth/Ensemble) is thrilled to be collaborating with this fabulous company. She was last seen in Cleveland with the National Tour of Once, The Musical with whom she toured for 2 & ½ years. She has played leading roles at Arena Stage, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Milwaukee Rep, Paper more(Nurse/Queen Elizabeth/Ensemble) is thrilled to be collaborating with this fabulous company. She was last seen in Cleveland with the National Tour of Once, The Musical with whom she toured for 2 & ½ years. She has played leading roles at Arena Stage, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Milwaukee Rep, Paper Mill Playhouse, Kansas City Rep, Goodspeed Musicals, La Jolla Playhouse, Denver Center, Westport Country Playhouse, Shakespeare Theatre of NJ, Barrington Stage, Geva Theatre Center, Florida Studio Theatre, the Maine, Texas and Utah Shakespeare Festivals, and she’s done many interesting Off-Broadway shows you’ve never heard of. All My Children fans may remember Ms. Stafford as Erica Kane’s gruff but loveable prison guard, Slim. Proud Equity member.

Charlie Thurston

Charlie Thurston

(Will Shakespeare ) is an actor and playwright who splits his time between NYC and Providence, RI, where he’s been a member of the resident acting company at Trinity Rep since 2013. There he most recently starred as Beowulf, in Dave Malloy’s rock musical Beowulf: A Thousand Years of Baggage. more(Will Shakespeare ) is an actor and playwright who splits his time between NYC and Providence, RI, where he’s been a member of the resident acting company at Trinity Rep since 2013. There he most recently starred as Beowulf, in Dave Malloy’s rock musical Beowulf: A Thousand Years of Baggage. He is also a founding member of The Williams Project in Seattle, WA and has appeared in theatres across the country including Fault Line Theatre, Intiman Theatre, Arden Theatre Company, Baltimore Centerstage, Chautauqua Theater Company, Riverside Theatre, and Redmoon Theatre. As a writer, his play, The History Room, was nominated for a Henry Award for best new play for its production at Creede Repertory Theatre in CO. He also appeared in the ABC pilot Broad Squad, and the films Money Monster, directed by Jodie Foster, and Life, Itself which comes out in 2018. He holds an MFA from Brown/Trinity Rep.

Evan Zes

Evan Zes

(Fennyman/Ensemble) Evan’s New York credits include, Incident at Vichy at The Signature Theatre; Rent Control (writer and performer) at Soho Playhouse; Freedom of the City, Man and Superman, White Woman Street, Around the World in 80 Days at Irish Repertory Theatre; and American Dreams with The Acting Company. His international more(Fennyman/Ensemble) Evan’s New York credits include, Incident at Vichy at The Signature Theatre; Rent Control (writer and performer) at Soho Playhouse; Freedom of the City, Man and Superman, White Woman Street, Around the World in 80 Days at Irish Repertory Theatre; and American Dreams with The Acting Company. His international credits include Julie Taymor’s The King Stagg at the Barbican, London and Dream Play at the Moscow Art Theatre. Select regional credits include The McCarter, The Alley, The Goodman, The Old Globe, NY Stage and Film, Westport Country Playhouse, La Jolla Playhouse, Arena Stage, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, The Shakespeare Theatre DC, Pittsburgh Public Theater, St. Louis Repertory Theater, Baltimore Centerstage, and Berkeley Rep. Evan's Film and TV credits include: The Path, The Street and Last Night at Angelo’s, and All My Children. He has an MFA from A.R.T/ Moscow Art Theatre at Harvard University. Upcoming: Murder on the Orient Express at Hartford Stage. Follow Evan’s award winning one-man show at evanzesrentcontrol.com

Russell H. Champa

(Lighting Designer) current and recent projects include Sacred Valley (New York Stage and Film), Imaginary Invalid (Fiasco/Old Globe), Can You Forgive Her (The Vineyard Theater), Picasso at the Lapin Agile (The Old Globe), The Light Years (The Debate Society/Playwrights Horizons), The Hard Problem (American Conservatory Theater), and Thresh|Hold (Pilobolus). Broadway more(Lighting Designer) current and recent projects include Sacred Valley (New York Stage and Film), Imaginary Invalid (Fiasco/Old Globe), Can You Forgive Her (The Vineyard Theater), Picasso at the Lapin Agile (The Old Globe), The Light Years (The Debate Society/Playwrights Horizons), The Hard Problem (American Conservatory Theater), and Thresh|Hold (Pilobolus). Broadway credits include China Doll (Gerald Schoenfeld Theater); In The Next Room, or the vibrator play (Lyceum Theatre/Lincoln Center Theater); and Julia Sweeney’s God Said “Ha!” (Lyceum Theatre). Work with New York companies includes Lincoln Center Theater, New York Shakespeare Festival/The Public Theater, Second Stage Theatre, Manhattan Theatre Club, Atlantic Theater Company. Regional credits include Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Arena Stage, The Wilma Theater, Long Wharf Theatre, Trinity Repertory Company, CalShakes, Mark Taper Forum, and The Kennedy Center. Thanks J + J. PEACE.

Drew Fracher

(Fight Director) is a Fight Master and past President of the Society of American Fight Directors. His work as a Fight Director has been seen at theatres throughout the United States, including staging fights for the Tony Award Winning Best Revival of Company at the Ethel Barrymore in New more(Fight Director) is a Fight Master and past President of the Society of American Fight Directors. His work as a Fight Director has been seen at theatres throughout the United States, including staging fights for the Tony Award Winning Best Revival of Company at the Ethel Barrymore in New York, NY. Other theatres include Actors’ Theatre of Louisville, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Cincinnati Opera, Atlanta Opera, the American Shakespeare Center, and the Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky and Cincinnati Shakespeare Festivals. He is a Master Teacher of stage movement and theatrical combat, instructing students at training programs and universities throughout the U.S. and internationally; including being a guest instructor for the Case Western Reserve University/Cleveland Playhouse MFA program. Mr. Fracher is a proud member of Actor’s Equity Association and the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society.

John Godbout

(Stage Manager ) was Cleveland Play House's resident stage manager from 2001 to 2008 and returned to CPH in the fall of 2011. This past summer, he returned for season 2 of Tantrum Theater in Dublin, Ohio to stage manage Caroline, or Change. John has also stage managed at more(Stage Manager ) was Cleveland Play House's resident stage manager from 2001 to 2008 and returned to CPH in the fall of 2011. This past summer, he returned for season 2 of Tantrum Theater in Dublin, Ohio to stage manage Caroline, or Change. John has also stage managed at North Shore Music Theatre, Capital Repertory Theatre, The Weston Playhouse, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Arkansas Repertory Theatre, Northern Stage, and Seaside Music Theatre.

Lee Hall

(Adapter) was born in Newcastle Upon Tyne in 1966 and studied English Literature at Cambridge University. He has worked as a writer in theatre, TV, radio and film. He has been writer in residence at the Royal Shakespeare Company and Live Theatre, Newcastle Upon Tyne. Theatre: Wittgenstein on Tyne, Live more(Adapter) was born in Newcastle Upon Tyne in 1966 and studied English Literature at Cambridge University. He has worked as a writer in theatre, TV, radio and film. He has been writer in residence at the Royal Shakespeare Company and Live Theatre, Newcastle Upon Tyne. Theatre: Wittgenstein on Tyne, Live Theatre 1996; Bollocks, RSC Fringe, 1998; Genie, Paines Plough, 1998; Cooking With Elvis, Live Theatre/West End 1999 - nominated for an Oliver Award for Best Comedy; Spoonface Steinberg, Ambassadors Theatre, London 2000; Two's Company, Live Theatre/Bristol Old Vic, 2001; Billy Elliot the Musical, 2004 - Oliver Award Best Musical; Pitmen Painters, Live Theatre, Newcastle/Royal National Theatre/ National tour/Broadway, 2007-2010. Theatre adaptations: Leonce and Lena (Buchner), The Gate Theatre, 1997; Mr Puntila and his man Matti (Brecht) Almedia Theatre, 1998, A Servant to Two Masters (Goldoni) RSC/ Young Vic 1999; The Adventures of Pinocchio (Collodi), Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, 2000; Mother Courage (Brecht), Shared Experience/Ambassadors Theatre; The Good Hope (Heijermans) Royal National Theatre, 2001; The Barber of Seville (Beaumarchais), Bristol Old Vic, 2003. Opera: Adaptation of Il Pagliacci/The Comedians for the English National Opera, 2008. TV : Spoonface Steinberg 1997, BBC; A Prince of Hearts 1998, BBC; Wind in the Willows 2007 BBC. Film: Billy Elliot, Working Title Films, 2000. His screen play for War Horse directed by Steven Spielberg came out in 2011.

Tom Humes

(Assistant Stage Manager) returns to Cleveland Play House where previous stage management work includes These Mortal Hosts, Between Riverside and Crazy, The Mountaintop, The Little Foxes, and Grounded. Assistant stage management work at CPH includes Shakespeare in Love, How I Learned to Drive, All the Way, Steel Magnolias, Ken Ludwig’s more(Assistant Stage Manager) returns to Cleveland Play House where previous stage management work includes These Mortal Hosts, Between Riverside and Crazy, The Mountaintop, The Little Foxes, and Grounded. Assistant stage management work at CPH includes Shakespeare in Love, How I Learned to Drive, All the Way, Steel Magnolias, Ken Ludwig’s A Comedy of Tenors, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Maurice Hines Is Tappin Thru Life, Clybourne Park, Breath and Imagination, A Christmas Story, Woody Sez, Lombardi, and A Night With Janis Joplin. Selected area stage management credits include Rock of Ages, Godspell, The Frogs, Smokey Joe's Café, Avenue Q, Pippin, and Oliver! (Cain Park); Le Nozze di Figaro and Cosi Fan Tutte (The Cleveland Orchestra); Tosca, La Boheme, and Lucia Di Lammermoor (Opera Cleveland); Caroline, or Change (Dobama Theatre and Karamu House); and History Boys (Beck Center for the Arts). He is a proud member of both Actors' Equity Association and International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE). He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre with a minor in Mathematics from Bowling Green State University.

Thom Jones

(Voice, Speech, and Text Coach ) Head of Voice for Brown University/Trinity Repertory M.F.A. Program. Theatre: The Public Theater, Trinity Repertory Company (15 seasons), Yale Repertory Theatre, Delaware Theatre Company, Huntington Theatre, Actors’ Theatre of Louisville, Cleveland Play House, Syracuse Stage, McCarter Theatre Center, Long Wharf Theatre, and Alabama Shakespeare more(Voice, Speech, and Text Coach ) Head of Voice for Brown University/Trinity Repertory M.F.A. Program. Theatre: The Public Theater, Trinity Repertory Company (15 seasons), Yale Repertory Theatre, Delaware Theatre Company, Huntington Theatre, Actors’ Theatre of Louisville, Cleveland Play House, Syracuse Stage, McCarter Theatre Center, Long Wharf Theatre, and Alabama Shakespeare Festival. Film/TV: various productions with Nicole Kidman (Academy Award/Golden Globe nomination), Steven Spielberg, Alan Rickman, Vanessa Redgrave, Robin Williams, Sandra Bullock, Emma Watson, Miles Teller, Aaron Eckhart, Katey Segal, Ciaran Hinds, Sienna Miller, Ben Mendelsohn, Brendan Gleeson, Melissa Leo, among others.

Laura Kepley

Laura Kepley

(Director ) became Artistic Director of Cleveland Play House in 2013 and has directed numerous CPH mainstage productions including The Diary of Anne Frank, Shakespeare in Love; The Crucible; Steel Magnolias; The Good Peaches (world premiere); Fairfield (world premiere); How I Learned to Drive (also at Syracuse Stage); The Little more(Director ) became Artistic Director of Cleveland Play House in 2013 and has directed numerous CPH mainstage productions including The Diary of Anne Frank, Shakespeare in Love; The Crucible; Steel Magnolias; The Good Peaches (world premiere); Fairfield (world premiere); How I Learned to Drive (also at Syracuse Stage); The Little Foxes; Venus in Fur; Good People (also at Syracuse Stage); A Carol for Cleveland (world premiere); In the Next Room, or the vibrator play; My Name is Asher Lev and CPH readings of Roe Green Award-winning plays Soups, Stews and Casseroles: 1976; Marjorie Prime and Daphne’s Dive. She joined CPH in 2010, having arrived from Trinity Repertory Company in Providence, Rhode Island where she was Resident Director and Artistic Associate for four seasons and Interim Director of the Brown/Trinity Rep M.F.A. in Directing Program for one. She has also directed for The Alliance Theatre, Asolo Repertory Theatre, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and Contemporary American Theatre Festival, among others. A native Ohioan, Laura received her undergraduate degree from Northwestern University and her Master of Fine Arts from Brown University/Trinity Rep. She is a Drama League Fellow and a recipient of the 2009-2011 National Endowment for the Arts/Theatre Communications Group Career Development Program for Directors.

Stephanie Klapper, CSA

(Casting) Ms. Klapper is thrilled to be working with Cleveland Play House once again, after recently casting Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery Additional casting credits include Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park: Owen Meany…, The Secret Garden, Sex with Strangers, Mad River Rising, Native Gardens, The Revolutionists, To Kill more(Casting) Ms. Klapper is thrilled to be working with Cleveland Play House once again, after recently casting Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery Additional casting credits include Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park: Owen Meany…, The Secret Garden, Sex with Strangers, Mad River Rising, Native Gardens, The Revolutionists, To Kill a Mockingbird, Mothers and Sons, and Bad Dates last season. Other previous casting credits for Cincinnati include: Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Suicide Club; Safe House; Tenderly: The Rosemary Clooney Musical; Circle Mirror Transformation; Peter and the Starcatcher; Buzzer; Fly; Seven Spots on the Sun; Clybourne Park; 4000 Miles; Pride and Prejudice; and A Delicate Ship; as well as Shipwrecked! An Entertainment; The Book Club Play; Leveling Up; Abigail/1702; A Christmas Carol; The Three Musketeers; and The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead. Her work is frequently seen on Broadway, Off-Broadway and regionally, as well as on film, television and the internet. She has many exciting projects running and upcoming both in NYC (such as Tanya Saracho’s, Fade and Yours Unfaithfully) and regionally as well in film, the web and TV. Member of the Casting Society of America and League of Professional Theatre Women.

Lex Liang

(Scenic and Costume Designer) Lex's work includes design and production for theatre, film, dance, and special events. He is thrilled to be back at CPH, having previously designed How I Learned to Drive (costumes), Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery (costumes), The Mountaintop (costumes),The Crucible (costumes), and The Little more(Scenic and Costume Designer) Lex's work includes design and production for theatre, film, dance, and special events. He is thrilled to be back at CPH, having previously designed How I Learned to Drive (costumes), Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery (costumes), The Mountaintop (costumes),The Crucible (costumes), and The Little Foxes (scenery and costumes). His work has been seen regionally at the Alliance Theatre, Asolo Theatre/Dog Days, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Denver Center, Florida Studio Theatre, Portland Stage, Portland Center Stage, La Jolla Playhouse, and the new Tantrum Theatre, amongst others. He has 60+ NYC/Off-Broadway credits, and has worked on multiple international productions as a designer or production manager. Lex is the Principal at LDC Design Associates, a NYC-based company specializing in the design and production of creative events and interiors. Recent projects include the launch of Fashion Week for Porcelanosa, the Tony Awards Gala, Operation Smile’s 35th Anniversary Gala, and the upcoming GMHC 35th Anniversary Gala Carnivale. Many thanks to Laura for this exciting ride. For Kitty. LDCdesign.com

Nathan Motta

(Music Director) is the Artistic Director at Dobama Theatre where he’s directed critically acclaimed productions of An Octoroon, The Flick, How to Be a Respectable Junkie, Peter and the Starcatcher, Marie Antoinette, A Bright New Boise, The Lyons, Time Stands Still, The Aliens, A Civil War Christmas: An American Musical more(Music Director) is the Artistic Director at Dobama Theatre where he’s directed critically acclaimed productions of An Octoroon, The Flick, How to Be a Respectable Junkie, Peter and the Starcatcher, Marie Antoinette, A Bright New Boise, The Lyons, Time Stands Still, The Aliens, A Civil War Christmas: An American Musical Celebration, and Superior Donuts. Mr. Motta acted as Assistant Director on the CPH productions of Brecht’s Galileo and Tom Stoppard’s Every Good Boy Deserves Favor, a collaborative production with the Cleveland Orchestra. He's also served as music director at CPH for A Carol for Cleveland and Steel Magnolias. A professional director, conductor and composer/lyricist; Motta has worked with Cleveland Play House, Great Lakes Theater, Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Oberlin College, John Carroll University, Cleveland State, Ohio Light Opera, Cain Park, The Cleveland Orchestra, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Mercury Opera Rochester, Civic Light Opera (Pittsburgh), and Opera Cleveland. He has written two original musicals: Little White Gloves and Midsummer (based on Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream). Mr. Motta is a member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society and holds a B.F.A. from Carnegie Mellon University and an M.M. from the Eastman School of Music.

Jane Shaw

(Sound Designer/Composer) previously designed All the Way; Steel Magnolias; The Crucible; The Little Foxes; Grounded; A Carol for Cleveland; and In the Next Room, or the vibrator play for Cleveland Play House. Her credits include Measure for Measure (Theatre for a New Audience); Jane Eyre (Cincinnati Playhouse in the more(Sound Designer/Composer) previously designed All the Way; Steel Magnolias; The Crucible; The Little Foxes; Grounded; A Carol for Cleveland; and In the Next Room, or the vibrator play for Cleveland Play House. Her credits include Measure for Measure (Theatre for a New Audience); Jane Eyre (Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park/Milwaukee Repertory Theater); Ironbound (Women's Project, Rattlestick); Rear Window (Hartford Stage); Men on Boats (Clubbed Thumb/Playwrights Horizons/Drama Desk Nom); Suitcase Under the Bed (Mint Theater) and productions at New York Theatre Workshop, Asolo, Northern Stage, Dorset Theater Festival, and American Repertory Theater. Upcoming productions include Seder (Hartford Stage) and Actually (MTC). Ms. Shaw’s sound designs have earned a Drama Desk, Bessie Award, Connecticut Critics Circle Awards, Henry Award, Premios ACE 2012, Meet the Composer grant, Theatre Communication Group's Career Development Program and nominations for two Lortels, Henry Hewes and Elliot Norton awards. She was born in Kansas and lives in Brooklyn.

David Shimotakahara

(Choreographer) is the Founder and Artistic Director of GroundWorks DanceTheater. The company is dedicated to creating and producing new dance in collaboration with other disciplines. In 2010 Shimotakahara choreographed an acclaimed new adaptation of Stravinsky’s A Soldiers’ Tale in collaboration with Cleveland Play House and the Cleveland Orchestra. In more(Choreographer) is the Founder and Artistic Director of GroundWorks DanceTheater. The company is dedicated to creating and producing new dance in collaboration with other disciplines. In 2010 Shimotakahara choreographed an acclaimed new adaptation of Stravinsky’s A Soldiers’ Tale in collaboration with Cleveland Play House and the Cleveland Orchestra. In 2015 he again collaborated with CPH and the Orchestra on The Good Peaches for CPH’s New Ground Theatre Festival under the direction of Laura Kepley. He is grateful to continue working so creatively with Laura at the Playhouse for this reimagining of Shakespeare in Love. Shimotakahara was awarded the 2000 Cleveland Arts Prize for Dance. He has received 7 Individual Artist Fellowships for Choreography from the Ohio Arts Council. In both 2010 and 2014 Shimotakahara was a recipient a Creative Workforce Fellowship, a program of the Community Partnership for Arts and Culture, funded by Cuyahoga Arts and Culture.

Wigs and Whiskers

(Wig Master) owned and operated by Mary Schilling-Martin and Caitie Martin; provides wig, hair and specialty makeup services to performing arts organizations and educational institutions around the country. Their motto is: “To hair is human, to wig divine.” Local credits include Cleveland Play House, Great Lakes Theater, Dobama Theatre, Case more(Wig Master) owned and operated by Mary Schilling-Martin and Caitie Martin; provides wig, hair and specialty makeup services to performing arts organizations and educational institutions around the country. Their motto is: “To hair is human, to wig divine.” Local credits include Cleveland Play House, Great Lakes Theater, Dobama Theatre, Case Western Reserve University, Baldwin Wallace University, and Cleveland Opera Theatre. Regional credits include The Goodman Theatre, Old Globe Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, Great Lakes Theater, Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival, Marriott Theatre, San Diego Repertory Theatre, Arizona Theatre Company, Victory Gardens, Theatre at the Center, American Theatre Company, Chicago Theatre for Young Audiences, Lyric Opera Works, Northwestern University, Roosevelt University in Chicago, University of California at San Diego, San Diego State University, and Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines.

CPH Trains the Next Generation of Theatre Professionals

CPH Trains the Next Generation of Theatre Professionals

The Apprenticeship Program The Cleveland Play House Apprenticeship Program brings young professionals from all over the country to gain hands on trai...

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