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December 2 - 6, 2020 , A Virtual Event

CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program

The Last Days of Judas Iscariot

by Stephen Adly Guirgis
directed by David Vegh

Run time: 2 hours and 45 minutes, includes 10 minute intermission

Was Judas Iscariot given a bad rap? In this dazzling, profane, funny and razor-sharp play, Pulitzer-Prize winning writer, Stephen Adly Guirgis takes us on a journey to unearth the “truth” about Judas. Set in a courtroom in purgatory, the play challenges the audience to consider the big questions: How do we balance faith with reason? Does evil really exist? And can we ever forgive anyone if we can’t first forgive ourselves? The CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program explores all of this and more in our first broadcast production.

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Isaac Baker

Isaac Baker

(St. Matthew/Satan) is an actor and EMC candidate who is excited to be continuing his work and training with Cleveland Play House. Isaac graduated from the University of Evansville in the spring of 2019, where he played Bruce Bechdel in the collegiate premiere of Fun Home. During his tenure at more(St. Matthew/Satan) is an actor and EMC candidate who is excited to be continuing his work and training with Cleveland Play House. Isaac graduated from the University of Evansville in the spring of 2019, where he played Bruce Bechdel in the collegiate premiere of Fun Home. During his tenure at Evansville he also played Andrew Carnes in Oklahoma!, Georg Zirschnitz in Spring Awakening, Pa Joad in Frank Galati’s Grapes of Wrath, Albert Thornton in Horton Foote’s Lily Dale, and Antonio in Twelfth Night. Some of his other past credits include Lorenzo in The Merchant of Venice with the Great River Shakespeare Festival, John Proctor in the Pheonix Theatre’s The Crucible, and Ansel in Brute Candor Production’s premiere of The Cyprus Hatley Chapel. Isaac made his Cleveland Play House virtual premiere last semester, playing Satan in The Last Days of Judas Iscariot. Isaac finds his continued work with Cleveland Play House to be the utmost privilege, and his heart has been touched by witnessing this community of theatre persevere.

Kristina Gabriela

Kristina Gabriela

(Gloria/Mother Teresa/Sigmund Freud) is a second year student at the CWRU/CPH MFA acting program. Kristina is from Corpus Christi, Texas and received her BA in Acting/Directing at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. Recent credits include, Sweetheart/F doctor/F tourist in Middletown CWRU/CPH, Gloria/Mother Teresa/Sigmund Freud in The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, more(Gloria/Mother Teresa/Sigmund Freud) is a second year student at the CWRU/CPH MFA acting program. Kristina is from Corpus Christi, Texas and received her BA in Acting/Directing at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. Recent credits include, Sweetheart/F doctor/F tourist in Middletown CWRU/CPH, Gloria/Mother Teresa/Sigmund Freud in The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Sophie in Mamma Mia, Ariel in The Tempest, Mimi in Rent. She would also like to thank her friends and family for their love and support. Enjoy the show! @quirky_kris

Bridget Kim

Bridget Kim

(Henrietta Iscariot/Loretta/Mary Magdalene/St. Thom) galloped over from Morehead, Kentucky, and is grateful to be in her second year of the CWRU/CPH MFA program. She received her BA in Political Science and a minor in Theatre Arts from the University of Louisville. While there, she found joy as LeeAnn in A more(Henrietta Iscariot/Loretta/Mary Magdalene/St. Thom) galloped over from Morehead, Kentucky, and is grateful to be in her second year of the CWRU/CPH MFA program. She received her BA in Political Science and a minor in Theatre Arts from the University of Louisville. While there, she found joy as LeeAnn in A Piece of My Heart, Rebecca in The Long Christmas Ride Home, Grace in Baltimore, and Ginny Yang in Smart People. She was last seen in the CWRU/CPH productions of Middletown as Mary and The Last Days of Judas Iscariot. Bridget is happy to share this weird moment in time with the audience, and she is especially happy that the show (sometimes) always goes on!

Gustavo Márquez

Gustavo Márquez

(Judas) was born in sunny California and was raised in the almost just as sunny state of Colorado where he received a BFA in Music Theatre from the Metropolitan State University of Denver, a university that has just as long of a title as Case Western Reserve University. Gustavo has more(Judas) was born in sunny California and was raised in the almost just as sunny state of Colorado where he received a BFA in Music Theatre from the Metropolitan State University of Denver, a university that has just as long of a title as Case Western Reserve University. Gustavo has been living in the not so sunny state of Ohio for over a year now studying with the CWRU/CPH Acting Program. He is very grateful to his friends, mentors and family that have supported him in his pursuit of an artistic life. Professional credits: Sweat, A Christmas Carol, Native Gardens (Denver Center Theatre Company). Other Stage Credits: The Comedy of Errors, Julius Caesar, The Merchant of Venice, The Tempest, Middletown, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Metamorphoses, You Can’t Take It With You, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, American Idiot, Dracula, Grease. Gustavo-Marquez.com

Santino Montanez

Santino Montanez

(Yusef El-Fayoumy) is a Cleveland area stage and film actor who has appeared in many local productions as well as national commercials and other film projects. Santino’s recent credits include; Elliot in Ensemble Theater’s production of Quiara Alegría Hudes Water By the Spoonful, Allan Carr in Mama/Moon, as the titular more(Yusef El-Fayoumy) is a Cleveland area stage and film actor who has appeared in many local productions as well as national commercials and other film projects. Santino’s recent credits include; Elliot in Ensemble Theater’s production of Quiara Alegría Hudes Water By the Spoonful, Allan Carr in Mama/Moon, as the titular ape in Euguene O’Neil’s The Hairy Ape, and as Khadim in Ensemble Theater’s production of Rajiv Joseph’s The North Pool alongside Director David Vegh.
He has also appeared as a featured extra in the Warner Brothers Film Judas and the Black Messiah which is currently in postproduction. Santino is proud to be making his debut at Cleveland Play House and is honored to be a part of such a stellar cast and crew. Santino would like to thank the audience for their patronage and
commitment to the arts, especially during such trying times. He would also like to thank director David Vegh from whom he has learned so much about his craft. Finally, he would like to thank his chihuahuas Belle and Rosie for keeping him sane during quarantine.

Nnamdi Okpala

Nnamdi Okpala

(Baliff) is a Cleveland-native actor and recently completed his B.A. in Theatre Arts at Cleveland State University in December 2019. Past credits include A Raisin in the Sun as George Murchison (Ensemble Theatre), Railroaded as Eddie (Shadow of the Run), She Kills Monsters as Narrator (CSU) and Romeo and Juliet more(Baliff) is a Cleveland-native actor and recently completed his B.A. in Theatre Arts at Cleveland State University in December 2019. Past credits include A Raisin in the Sun as George Murchison (Ensemble Theatre), Railroaded as Eddie (Shadow of the Run), She Kills Monsters as Narrator (CSU) and Romeo and Juliet as Paris (CSU).

Christopher Portley

Christopher Portley

(Matthias of Galilee/Simon the Zealot/Pontius Pilat) is from Dallas, Texas. He earned his B.S. in Integrative Studies at the University of North Texas. Regional: Father Comes Home From The Wars parts 1, 2 & 3 (African American Repertory Theatre). Educational: The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Case Western Reserve University/Cleveland more(Matthias of Galilee/Simon the Zealot/Pontius Pilat) is from Dallas, Texas. He earned his B.S. in Integrative Studies at the University of North Texas. Regional: Father Comes Home From The Wars parts 1, 2 & 3 (African American Repertory Theatre). Educational: The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Case Western Reserve University/Cleveland Play House); Middletown (Case Western Reserve University/Cleveland Play House) The Tempest, Measure for Measure (Shakespeare Academy at Stratford); Stick Fly (University Of North Texas). He thanks God for this opportunity to be apart of this visceral story and his family and friends for their support.

Sarthak Shah

Sarthak Shah

(Jesus) is an undergraduate theater student at CWRU. Prior credits include Bus Stop, Bethany, As You Like It, Three Sisters. Sarthak also performs weekly for IMPROVment, CWRU's short-form musical improv troupe. Thank you to family, R, and B for making him laugh this year. more(Jesus) is an undergraduate theater student at CWRU. Prior credits include Bus Stop, Bethany, As You Like It, Three Sisters. Sarthak also performs weekly for IMPROVment, CWRU's short-form musical improv troupe. Thank you to family, R, and B for making him laugh this year.

Jordan Taylor

Jordan Taylor

(St. Monica/St. Peter/Caiaphas the Elder) is originally from Ypsilanti, Michigan. She obtained her BFA in Acting from Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan. There she played Oya in In the Red and Brown Water, Shaunta Iyun in Marcus; or the Secret of Sweet, and Clytemnestra in Electra. Her debut in the more(St. Monica/St. Peter/Caiaphas the Elder) is originally from Ypsilanti, Michigan. She obtained her BFA in Acting from Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan. There she played Oya in In the Red and Brown Water, Shaunta Iyun in Marcus; or the Secret of Sweet, and Clytemnestra in Electra. Her debut in the CWRU/CPH MFA graduate program was as the Librarian/Female Date in Middletown. Following that, she portrayed St. Monica/St. Peter/Caiaphas the Elder in CWRU/CPH MFA virtual production of The Last Days of Judas Iscariot. Most recently, she portrayed the role of Hermia in Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival’s staged reading of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Noah Williams

Noah Williams

(Judge Littlefield/Butch Honeywell) came to the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program from Alabama where he attended Troy University. While there, he performed in numerous roles. Notable credits include Tom in The Glass Menagerie, Petruchio in The Taming of The Shrew, and Black Stache in Peter and The Star Catcher. Noah made more(Judge Littlefield/Butch Honeywell) came to the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program from Alabama where he attended Troy University. While there, he performed in numerous roles. Notable credits include Tom in The Glass Menagerie, Petruchio in The Taming of The Shrew, and Black Stache in Peter and The Star Catcher. Noah made his CWRU/CPH debut in a one night only invited audience pre-quarantine special as The Cop in Middletown by Will Eno and then Judge Littlefield in The Last Days of Judas Iscariot. Noah wants to send a huge shout out to his family. Glad you all can see this one. Enjoy the show!

Sara  Young

Sara Young

(Fabiana Cunningham) is a recent graduate from Case Western Reserve University with a BA in Theatre and Economics. She is currently an actor with Docherty Agency and has the privilege of pursuing her work full time. Recent credits include Bus Stop (Cherry) with Eldred Theatre, and Stupid F**king Bird (Mash) more(Fabiana Cunningham) is a recent graduate from Case Western Reserve University with a BA in Theatre and Economics. She is currently an actor with Docherty Agency and has the privilege of pursuing her work full time. Recent credits include Bus Stop (Cherry) with Eldred Theatre, and Stupid F**king Bird (Mash) at Dobama Theatre.

Stephen Adly Guirgis

(Playwright) is a longtime member of NYC's LAByrinth Theater Company. His plays have been produced on five continents and throughout the United States. They include: the extended, sold-out run of The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Out Lady of 121sy Street (named one of the ten best plays of 2003; more(Playwright) is a longtime member of NYC's LAByrinth Theater Company. His plays have been produced on five continents and throughout the United States. They include: the extended, sold-out run of The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Out Lady of 121sy Street (named one of the ten best plays of 2003; Lucille Lortel, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Best Play Nominations), Jesus Hopped The A Train (Edinburgh Fringe First Award, Olivier Nomination as London's Best New Play, Barrymore Award, "Detroit Free Press" Best Play Award), and IN Arabia We’d All Be Kings (Ten Best of '99, "TimeOut New York," critics pick, "TimeOut London"). All four plays were originally produced by LAByrinth, directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman, and are published through Dramatists Play Service and by Faber & Faber. Stephen was awarded a 2004 TCG fellowship, attended the 2004 Sundance Screenwriter's Lab, was named one of the 25 New Faces of Independent Film by "Filmaker Magazine," and appeared in "Entertainment Weekly’s" 2005 Summer Must List. He has received new play commissions from Manhattan Theater Club and South Coast Rep, is a member of New Dramatists and the MCC Playwright’s Coalition, and has contributed to "ESOPUS" magazine. Television writing credits include NYPD Blue, The Sopranos David Milch’s CBS drama Big Apple, and Shane Salerno's NBC drama UC: Undercover. As an actor, he has appeared in Brett C. Leonard’s Guinea Pig Solo, produced at the Public Theatre in New York, and played leading roles in Todd Solondz's Palindromes, and Brett C. Leonard's award-winning Jailbait, opposite Michael Pitt. Currently, he is developing a project with Mos Def and HBO; and is writing his first feature film for Scott Rudin Productions, to be directed by George C. Wolfe. He lives in New York City.

David Vegh

David Vegh

(Director) is an Associate Professor and instructor in the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program. His directing credits include Cry Baby, Reckless, In the Next Room or the vibrator play, High Fidelity, The Cripple of Inishmaan, and Lobby Hero at CWRU's Eldred Theater; Body Awareness at Beck Center for the Arts; and more(Director) is an Associate Professor and instructor in the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program. His directing credits include Cry Baby, Reckless, In the Next Room or the vibrator play, High Fidelity, The Cripple of Inishmaan, and Lobby Hero at CWRU's Eldred Theater; Body Awareness at Beck Center for the Arts; and The Bigger Man with Circle X Theatre in Los Angeles. As an actor, he has performed locally with Dobama and Ensemble Theatre, and as a guest performer in the CWRU/CPH MFA production of The Three Sisters. His film and television credits include Grey's Anatomy, Dexter, Manhunt: Deadly Games, and the Steven Spielberg film Saving Private Ryan.

Ted Rodenborn

(Production Editor) is a proud graduate of the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program, class of 1999. While no longer frequenting stages as an actor, he keeps busy singing with and serving on the operating committee of The Cleveland Orchestra Chorus. Ted is a freelance video engineer and live streaming technician, living more(Production Editor) is a proud graduate of the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program, class of 1999. While no longer frequenting stages as an actor, he keeps busy singing with and serving on the operating committee of The Cleveland Orchestra Chorus. Ted is a freelance video engineer and live streaming technician, living in Pepper Pike. He owns Factotum Media, LLC, a media production company, working locally with clients like Cleveland Clinic and The Cleveland Orchestra. He also travels all over the country working on live conferences for various medical and corporate clients. He is thrilled to be returning to CWRU to work on this project. His wife Martha, is also a graduate of the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program, and they have three beautiful, creative, talented kids.

Beth McGee

(Dialect Coach) is a co-founder of Shadow of the Run productions and the playwright of WanderLust, Cleveland’s first fully immersive theater experience, produced in July, 2019. During the Covid-19 shut down, Shadow of the Run produced The Torso Book Club, a Zoom interactive theater piece, for which she was an more(Dialect Coach) is a co-founder of Shadow of the Run productions and the playwright of WanderLust, Cleveland’s first fully immersive theater experience, produced in July, 2019. During the Covid-19 shut down, Shadow of the Run produced The Torso Book Club, a Zoom interactive theater piece, for which she was an actor. She was the on-set dialect coach for Cinemax’s 2016 television series Quarry, directed by Greg Yaitanes. She has been the vocal coach for CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program recent productions of The Merchant of Venice, The Seagull, Fifth of July, Macbeth, Claybourne Park, She Stoops to Conquer, The Philadelphia Story, The Misanthrope, and An Orchard. Additional CPH main stage voice coaching credits include A Christmas Story, The Grapes of Wrath, A Kiss for Cinderella, The Imaginary Invalid, The African Company Presents Richard III, Lady from the Sea, Antigone, and Dracula. She dialect coached the 2002 film Welcome to Collinwood directed by the Russo Brothers and starring George Clooney. She has coached and/or acted in productions at numerous Cleveland area theaters. She is a Professor of Voice and Acting at CWRU. Devotees of folk music can find her 1980 Folkways album Love is Teasing housed in the archives of the Smithsonian Institution. McGee is an active member of Actors’ Equity Association.

Maryann Morris

(Artistic and Production Liaison) is a Cleveland native who also proudly Stage Manages. Recent mainstage works include Every Brilliant Thing, Pipeline, CPH’s Borderlight reading of Our Dad is in Atlantis, Native Gardens, An Iliad, The Royale, The Diary of Anne Frank, ASM’ed The Good Peaches, hand-over SM’ed A Christmas Story more(Artistic and Production Liaison) is a Cleveland native who also proudly Stage Manages. Recent mainstage works include Every Brilliant Thing, Pipeline, CPH’s Borderlight reading of Our Dad is in Atlantis, Native Gardens, An Iliad, The Royale, The Diary of Anne Frank, ASM’ed The Good Peaches, hand-over SM’ed A Christmas Story and Sweat, and ASM’ed How I Learned to Drive, as well as Stage Managing several CPH New Ground Theatre works such as Grand Concourse and Fairfield. Other current and recent collaborations include Letters from Zora featuring Vanessa Bell Calloway at Karamu House, Havana Hop with Paige Hernandez, Eric Schmiedl’s stage adaptation of the graphic novel Incognegro by Mat Johnson, My Mother Has 4 Noses with Jonatha Brooke, The Dazzle Awards at Playhouse Square, and May 4th Voices presented by The Maltz Museum of Jewish History and Kent State University's Democracy Symposium.

Grace Ingham

(Costume Coordinator) is a second-year undergraduate student at Case Western Reserve University majoring in theatre and psychology. She is also a graduate of the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities, where she studied drama. She currently works in the CWRU costume shop and has worked as a more(Costume Coordinator) is a second-year undergraduate student at Case Western Reserve University majoring in theatre and psychology. She is also a graduate of the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities, where she studied drama. She currently works in the CWRU costume shop and has worked as a stitcher for The Old Man and the Old Moon at Dobama Theatre and A Christmas Carol and Matilda at Tryon Little Theatre. As a stage manager, she assistant stage managed at Case Western Reserve University for Cry-Baby and Bethany, and stage managed many productions at Spartanburg Youth Theatre, Tryon Little Theatre, and Tryon Fine Arts Center. She would like to thank Jeffrey Van Curtis, Angelina Herin, and her wonderful family for their incredible support throughout this process.

Sheila Scanlon

(Stage Manager) is a senior undergraduate student at Case Western Reserve University majoring in theater and environmental studies. Their recent productions include staging managing Cry-Baby at Eldred Theater and working as a stage management intern on The Music Man at Porthouse Theatre. They have worked as a dresser on previous more(Stage Manager) is a senior undergraduate student at Case Western Reserve University majoring in theater and environmental studies. Their recent productions include staging managing Cry-Baby at Eldred Theater and working as a stage management intern on The Music Man at Porthouse Theatre. They have worked as a dresser on previous CWRU/CPH MFA shows Macbeth and The Merchant of Venice, as well as Great Lakes Theatre's 2019 production of A Christmas Carol. They would like to thank Jill Davis and Maryann Morris for all of their help and support.

Donald Carrier

Donald Carrier

(Producer) is the Director of the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program. He most recently directed Middletown for the MFA Program, Othello at Texas Shakespeare Festival and As You Like It for the CWRU Department of Theater. For the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program, he has also directed Fifth of July, Clybourne Park, more(Producer) is the Director of the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program. He most recently directed Middletown for the MFA Program, Othello at Texas Shakespeare Festival and As You Like It for the CWRU Department of Theater. For the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program, he has also directed Fifth of July, Clybourne Park, The Misanthrope, Too True to Be Good, and The Violins of Hope. Other directing includes Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Seminar, and Really Really (Beck Center for the Arts); and Becky Shaw (Dobama Theatre). Other 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 National Arts Center, 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, three seasons at the Old Globe and two seasons at the Shaw Festival. Television/Film: Guns, The Time Traveler’s Wife, The Passion of Ayn Rand, and Dead by Monday. Don is a proud Lunt/Fontanne Fellow.

Jeff Ullom

(Producer) in addition to serving as Director of Undergraduate Studies for the department, teaches theatre history, dramaturgy, and Introduction to Theater (not to mention his summer class on James Bond). His research interests have focused on contemporary American theatre, especially new play development in the regional theatre circuit and more(Producer) in addition to serving as Director of Undergraduate Studies for the department, teaches theatre history, dramaturgy, and Introduction to Theater (not to mention his summer class on James Bond). His research interests have focused on contemporary American theatre, especially new play development in the regional theatre circuit and on Broadway. His first book The Humana Festival: A History of New Plays at Actors Theatre of Louisville (Southern Illinois University Press, 2008) charts the growth of the nation’s leading new play festival and its ability to endure economic, administrative, and artistic challenges. He also has published his work internationally in numerous journals, including Theatre History Studies, Contemporary Drama, Theatre Topics, Studies in Musical Theatre, Theatre Journal and the Journal of American Drama and Theatre. Ullom coauthored a new translation of Lope de Vega’s La Doma Boba (The Lady Simpleton) and also contributed a chapter to Angels in the American Theater: Patrons, Patronage, and Philanthropy (edited by Robert A. Schanke). His second book, America’s First Regional Theatre is a history of the Cleveland Play House (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014).

Laura Kepley

Laura Kepley

(Producer) became Artistic Director of Cleveland Play House in 2013 and has directed numerous CPH mainstage productions including Every Brilliant Thing; Into the Breeches!; Tiny Houses (world premiere, also at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park); Sweat; The Diary of Anne Frank; Shakespeare in Love; The Crucible; Steel Magnolias; The Good more(Producer) became Artistic Director of Cleveland Play House in 2013 and has directed numerous CPH mainstage productions including Every Brilliant Thing; Into the Breeches!; Tiny Houses (world premiere, also at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park); Sweat; 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 Tiny Houses; The Chinese Lady; 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, Chautauqua Theater Company, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Contemporary American Theatre Festival, and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 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.

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