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'Arcadia' by Tom Stoppard


...Simply exhilarating.

           —Arizona Daily Star

SEASON SPONSOR:
NORMA DAVENPORT

PRODUCTION SPONSORS:
JOHN & JOYCE AMBRUSTER

Arcadia

by Tom Stoppard

Directed by Cynthia Meier
Music Direction by Paul Amiel

January 9–26, 2014

Thursday–Saturday 7:30 P.M., Sunday 2:00 P.M.
plus Saturday 2:00 P.M. Matinees
on January 18 and January 25

Music Preshow begins 15 minutes before curtain
Discussion with the cast and director follows all performances

Performance Schedule

The Rogue Theatre at The Historic Y
300 East University Boulevard

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Elegant and funny, this Stoppard-clever work spans two eras,
two hundred years apart,
centering on affairs of the heart, mind, and cosmos.

 

Matt Bowdren as Valentine Coverly and Patty Gallagher as Hannah Jarvis

Matt Bowdren as Valentine Coverly and Patty Gallagher as Hannah Jarvis

 

Gabriella De Brequet as Thomasina Coverly and Ryan Parker Knox as Septimus Hodge

Gabriella De Brequet as Thomasina Coverly and Ryan Parker Knox as Septimus Hodge

 

Patty Gallagher as Hannah Jarvis and Joseph McGrath as Bernard Nightingale

Patty Gallagher as Hannah Jarvis and Joseph McGrath as Bernard Nightingale

 

Matt Bowdren as Valentine Coverly and Holly Griffith as Chloe Coverly

Matt Bowdren as Valentine Coverly and Holly Griffith as Chloë Coverly

 

Ryan Parker Knox as Septimus Hodge and Kathryn Kellner Brown as Lady Croom

Ryan Parker Knox as Septimus Hodge and Kathryn Kellner Brown as Lady Croom

Photos by Tim Fuller

 

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Press

Rogue’s riveting Arcadia among company’s best productions

Review of Arcadia by Kathleen Allen in the January 16 Arizona Daily Star

Celebrating Stoppard
Rogue Theatre takes on Arcadia with great success

Review of Arcadia by Sherilyn Forrester in the January 16 Tucson Weekly

Seeking knowledge in Arcadia

Review of Arcadia by David and Judy Ray on January 14 in Sonoran Arts Network

Thinking, chuckling in Arcadia

Review of Arcadia by Chuck Graham on January 13 in Let The Show Begin! at TucsonStage.com

Passion links Stoppard’s Arcadia

Preview of Arcadia by Kathleen Allen in the January 9 Arizona Daily Star

 

Direction

Cynthia Meier (Director)

Cynthia Meier (Director) is the Managing and Associate Artistic Director for The Rogue Theatre and holds a Ph.D. in Performance Studies from the University of Arizona. She is co-founder of Bloodhut Productions, a company performing original monologues and comedy improvisation, which toured throughout the western United States. At The Rogue Theatre, Cynthia has adapted and directed James Joyce’s The Dead and Kafka’s Metamorphosis and directed Richard III, Journey to the West, The Winter’s Tale, Shipwrecked!, New-Found-Land, Old Times, The Tempest, Nāga Mandala, The Four of Us, Othello, Animal Farm, Orlando, Happy Days, The Good Woman of Setzuan, The Fever and The Cherry Orchard. She also directed The Seagull (featuring Ken Ruta) for Tucson Art Theatre, and she directed Talia Shire in Sister Mendelssohn and Edward Herrmann in Beloved Brahms for Chamber Music Plus Southwest. Cynthia has been nominated for seven Mac Awards for Best Actress from the Arizona Daily Star. In 2008, she received the Mac Award for Best Actress for her performance of Stevie in Edward Albee’s The Goat at The Rogue Theatre. Last season, Cynthia played the title role in The Rogue’s production of Mother Courage and Her Children.

Notes from the Director

Over the past few months, several people have asked me, “What’s Arcadia about?” I’ve mumbled something like, “Well, it takes place in two different eras in the same room . . .“ or “All of the characters are pursuing knowledge,” but I may just as well have said, “history and the cosmos” or ‘sex and math” or “you and me” because the truth is that Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia is about all of human life and culture.

Classically, the concept of “Arcadia” is an idyllic vision of nature—the wilderness removed from the city. This idea lit the imaginations of the ancient Greeks who later inspired Virgil to write a vision of Arcadia in his cycle of poems, Eclogues. In England, John Dryden translated Virgil in 1697. The idea of a retreat into nature became very important for the English landed aristocracy.

With the fecundity of nature comes images of sex and procreation. Nature not only provides an idyllic place for love and lovemaking, but Nature itself is sexual. Nature figures as a lover in much of the Romantic poetry of the early 19th century—one of the settings of the play. And sex figures quite prominently in Stoppard’s Arcadia.

In a comic moment early in the play, Lady Croom describes her beautiful garden by referring to the 17th century French landscape painter Nicolas Poussin’s "Et in Arcadia ego." His pastoral paintings depict shepherds from classical antiquity, clustered around an austere tomb. Lady Croom mistranslates “Et in Arcadia, ego” as “Here I am in Arcadia.” Her translation embraces only the pastoral element of Arcadia. Later Septimus, the tutor, correctly translates “Even in Arcadia, there am I.” This translation directs the painting into the genre of memento mori—“remember that you too will die.” Even in this Arcadia of harmony and fecundity and life, patient Death still looms. Lady Croom misses the point, but Stoppard, through Septimus, makes sure we remember.

I believe Stoppard was truly inspired when he wrote Arcadia. The characters are delightfully eccentric, the ideas are soaring, and the poetry is at times breathtaking. All of us at The Rogue are thrilled to share it with you. As Septimus says, “Life is very short.” Enjoy, dear audience.

—Cynthia Meier, Director of Arcadia
(with special thanks to Patty Gallagher)
director@TheRogueTheatre.org

 

 

Ryan Parker Knox as Septimus Hodge, Gabriella De Brequet as Thomasina Coverly, Patty Gallagher as Hannah Jarvis and Dustin Rieffer as Gus Coverly

Ryan Parker Knox as Septimus Hodge, Gabriella De Brequet as Thomasina Coverly,
Patty Gallagher as Hannah Jarvis and Dustin Rieffer as Gus Coverly

 

Gabriella De Brequet as Thomasina Coverly, Ryan Parker Knox as Septimus Hodge, Kathryn Kellner Brown as Lady Croom and David Greenwood as Richard Noakes

Gabriella De Brequet as Thomasina Coverly, Ryan Parker Knox as Septimus Hodge,
Kathryn Kellner Brown as Lady Croom and David Greenwood as Richard Noakes

Photos by Tim Fuller
Lighting design by Don Fox

 

Cast

Thomasina Coverly Gabriella De Brequet
Septimus Hodge Ryan Parker Knox
Jellaby David Morden*
Ezra Chater Lee Rayment
Richard Noakes David Greenwood
Lady Croom Kathryn Kellner Brown
Captain Brice David Morden*
Hannah Jarvis Patty Gallagher*
ChloŽ Coverly Holly Griffith
Bernard Nightingale Joseph McGrath*
Valentine Coverly Matt Bowdren
Gus/Augustus Coverly Dustin Rieffer

  *Member of Actors’ Equity Association,
the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States,
appearing under a Special Appearance Contract

 

Matt Bowdren (Valentine Coverly)

Matt Bowdren (Valentine Coverly) has appeared at The Rogue in Measure for Measure, Mistake of the Goddess (Hayavadana), after the quake (2013 Mac Award for Best Actor), Richard III, Metamorphosis, Mother Courage and Her Children, The Night Heron, Journey to the West, As I lay Dying, Major Barbara, The Real Inspector Hound, New-Found-Land, The Four of Us, Six Characters in Search of an Author and The Goat. Other Arizona credits include The Pillowman with The Now Theatre and Romeo and Juliet with Southwest Shakespeare. Matt has worked regionally in Georgia and New York City performing with The Rose of Athens, Hudson Shakespeare Company, and Collaborative Stages. Matt holds an M.F.A in Performance from the University of Georgia, and teaches acting at Pima College and The University of Arizona.
Matt Bowdren’s performance is supported in part by a generous gift from Sheldon Trubatch & Katharina Phillips.

Gabriella De Brequet (Thomasina Coverly) is thrilled to be making her professional debut at The Rogue Theatre. She is an alumna of Cienega High School where she was seen in 1984 (Gladys), Romeo and Juliet (Clown), and West Side Story (Anybodys). She is now a full time student and theatre major at Pima Community College where she has appeared in the Shakespearian Showcase, Musical Theatre Workshop, Curtains (Niki Harris), The Jungle Book (Ensemble), All Shook Up (Ensemble), The Trumpet of the Swan (Miss Plum), and The Diary of Anne Frank (Anne Frank). Gabriella would like to thank her professors, her family for supporting her passion, Anne Frank, and everyone at The Rogue Theatre.

GabriellaDe Brequet (Thomasina Coverly)
Patty Gallagher (Hannah Jarvis)

Patty Gallagher (Hannah Jarvis) is Professor of Theatre Arts at University of California Santa Cruz where she teaches movement, mask, Balinese dance, and clown traditions. With The Rogue, she has performed the roles of Kali in Mistake of the Goddess (Hayavadana), Red Peter in Kafka’s Monkey, Mrs. Samsa in Metamorphosis, Monkey King in Journey to the West, Autolycus in The Winter’s Tale, Player 1 in Shipwrecked!, Alibech in The Decameron, Ariel in The Tempest, Rani in Naga Mandala, Emilia in Othello, the Player in Act Without Words, Orlando in Orlando, Sonnerie and Scarron in Red Noses, Winnie in Happy Days, Ranevskaya in The Cherry Orchard and Shen Te in The Good Woman of Setzuan. She has worked with Shakespeare Santa Cruz, The Folger Shakespeare Theatre, California Shakespeare Theater, The New Pickle Circus, Ripe Time Theatre, Two River Theatre, Teatro Cronopio and Grupo Malayerba. She has performed, choreographed and directed workshops in Asia, South America, Europe, and the U.S. In 2006 she was Fulbright Scholar in Quito, Ecuador. She holds a doctorate in Theatre from University of Wisconsin–Madison, and she is Director in Residence for the Clown Conservatory, San Francisco Circus Center.
Patty Gallagher’s performance is supported in part by a generous gift from Ellen & Warren Bodow.

David Greenwood (Richard Noakes) was a member of the cast of The Rogue Theatre’s first production, The Balcony, and has recently appeared in Measure for Measure, Mistake of the Goddess (Hayavadana), Richard III, Metamorphosis, Mother Courage and Her Children, The Night Heron, Journey to the West, The Decameron, The Real Inspector Hound, Major Barbara, As I Lay Dying and The Winter’s Tale. He has appeared locally in Shining City and The Birthday Party at Beowulf Alley Theatre and The One-Armed Man, The Disposal and The Glass Menagerie at Tucson Art Theatre.
David Greenwood’s performance is supported in part by a generous gift from Bill Sandel & Karen DeLay.

David Greenwood (Richard Noakes)
Holly Griffith (ChloŽ Coverly)

Holly Griffith (ChloŽ Coverly) feels blessed to be making her acting debut at The Rogue, where she has also served as a box office assistant and as dramaturg for Measure for Measure and Mistake of the Goddess. Holly is a Master’s student of English Literature at the University of Arizona where she also teaches Freshman Composition. Holly’s academic interests include American Literature, folklore, Irish literature, and of course, drama and theatre studies. In addition to her scholarly pursuits, Holly has worn many hats as a performing artist. She most recently served as the President of Emerson Dance Company in Boston, MA, and choreographed a Student Dance Showcase at The Miami Valley School in Dayton, OH. Holly also directed Marina Carr’s By the Bog of Cats, and co-directed Brian Friel’s Lovers for Rareworks Theatre Company in Boston, MA. Holly would like to dedicate her performance to her genius brother Luke.

Kathryn Kellner Brown (Lady Croom) performed with The Rogue Theatre as Queen Margaret in Richard III, Paulina in A Winter’s Tale and Mrs. Baines in Major Barbara. Her professional acting career has included work in the areas of television, film, industrial film and training, voiceover, and musical theatre, as well as regional theatre and off-Broadway. Kathryn has a BFA from the University of Arizona and recently participated in the American Conservatory Theater's Summer Congress classical program in San Francisco, as well as past studies with the Royal National Theatre Studio, London.  She is a member of the Screen Actor’s Guild.

Kathryn Kellner Brown (Lady Croom)
Ryan Parker Knox (Septimus Hodge)

Ryan Parker Knox (Septimus Hodge) is a native of South Dakota and has lived in Tucson for two years. A BFA graduate of the University of South Dakota, “RPK” called Minneapolis/St. Paul home for over a decade before relocating to the Southwest on a whim, and good thing he did. This marks his second season as a Rogue Acting Company Member, having previously appeared in Measure for Measure as Pompey, Mistake of the Goddess (Hayavadana) as Devadatta, Richard III as Hastings/Blunt, Metamorphosis as Clerk/Charwoman/Three Gentlemen, Mother Courage and Her Children as Lieutenant/various other soldiers, The Night Heron as Neddy Beagle, and Journey to the West as Sha Monk. Some of his favorite past roles include Jerry in The Full Monty, and title roles in Picasso at the Lapin Agile and The Who’s Tommy, all for Paul Bunyan Playhouse in Bemidji, MN as well as Henry in Henry V, Tesman in Hedda Gabler, and Phillip in Orphans. Ryan sends humble thanks out to all his previous and current Rogue sponsors, to his four biggest little fans O, D, A, and P back in South Dakota, and especially to his beautiful girlfriend Shayna. Please enjoy the season!
Ryan Parker Knox’s performance is supported in part by a generous gift from Lillian Fisher.

Joseph McGrath (Bernard Nightingale) is a graduate of the Juilliard School of Drama and is the Artistic Director for The Rogue Theatre for which he has directed and performed in many plays.  Joe was most recently seen at The Rogue Theatre as Duke Vincentio in Measure for Measure, in the title role of Richard III, as Griffin in The Night Heron, the Jade Emperor in Journey to the West, Leontes in The Winter’s Tale, Patsy in The New Electric Ballroom, in the ensemble of Shipwrecked! and as Andrew Undershaft in Major Barbara. In 2009 Joe won the Arizona Daily Star Mac Award for Best Actor for his portrayal of Tobias in A Delicate Balance. He has toured with John Houseman’s Acting Company, performed with the Utah Shakespearean Festival, and he is a frequent performer with Ballet Tucson appearing in The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Cinderella, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Dracula and The Nutcracker. He has also performed with Arizona Theatre Company, Arizona Opera, Tucson Art Theatre, and Arizona Onstage. Joe owns, with his wife Regina Gagliano, Sonora Theatre Works, which produces theatrical scenery and draperies.
Joseph McGrath’s performance is supported in part by a generous gift from Bill & Carol Mangold.

Joseph McGrath (Bernard Nightingale)
David Morden (Jellaby/Captain Brice)

David Morden (Jellaby/Captain Brice) has appeared with The Rogue Theatre as the Actor in Mistake of the Goddess (Hayavadana), Buckingham in Richard III, The Chaplain in Mother Courage and Her Children, the Dragon King in Journey to the West, Polixenes in The Winter’s Tale, Louis de Rougemont in Shipwrecked!, Rinieri in The Decameron, Stephano in The Tempest, Brabantio and Montano in Othello, Editor Webb in Our Town, in the ensembles of Animal Farm and Orlando, as Madame Pace in Six Characters in Search of an Author, The Pope in Red Noses, Yephikhov in The Cherry Orchard, The Man in the Silver Dress in the preshow to The Maids and Glaucus in Endymion. He has acted locally with Arizona Opera (The Pirates of Penzance, The Threepenny Opera), Arizona Onstage Productions (Assassins), Actors Theatre (The Bible: The Complete Word of God (Abridged)) and Green Thursday Theatre Project (Anger Box, Rain), of which he was a co-founder. David has also directed The Rogue’s productions of Measure for Measure, Major Barbara, Ghosts, A Delicate Balance, The Goat (2008 Arizona Daily Star Mac Award), Six Characters in Search of an Author and Krapp’s Last Tape, Not I and Act Without Words. Last season, David directed Inspecting Carol for Arizona Repertory Theatre and directed three one-act adaptations of Medea for the Studio Series at the University of Arizona, where he is an Assistant Professor in the School of Theatre, Film and Television.
David Morden’s performance is supported in part by a generous gift from Jan Stewart.

Lee Rayment (Ezra Chater) is a graduate from the University of Northern Colorado. When not performing he can be found swinging on the trapeze at the Zuzi Theatre or saving Corporate America from utter destruction. He has performed in several shows at The Rogue: Measure for Measure (Lucio), Richard III (Sir William Catesby, Second Murderer), Mother Courage and Her Children (Regimental Clerk), Journey to the West (Moksa), The Winter’s Tale (Archidamus), As I Lay Dying (ensemble), and in Major Barbara (Stephen Undershaft). He has also assistant directed The Night Heron and The New Electric Ballroom. In Tucson he has appeared as Katurian in The Pillowman for The Now Theatre (for which he received the 2011 Mac Award for Best Actor from the Arizona Daily Star). At the University of Northern Colorado he performed in Amadeus (Salieri), The Servant of Two Masters (Pantalone), and Urinetown (Mr. Caldwell).
Lee Rayment’s performance is supported in part by a generous gift from John & Joyce Ambruster.

Lee Rayment (Ezra Chater)
Dustin Rieffer (Gus/Augustus Coverly)

Dustin Rieffer (Gus/Augustus Coverly) is a Tucson native and is excited to be a part of his first show at The Rogue. He recently performed various roles in Pima Community College’s production of The Laramie Project, where he is working on an Associates of Fine Arts. Other PCC productions include Treasure Island (Jim Hawkins), Roosters (Shadow), All Shook Up (ensemble), Trumpet of the Swan (Louie), and Inherit the Wind (Howard).

 

Gabriella De Brequet as Thomasina Coverly and Ryan Parker Knox as Septimus Hodge

Gabriella De Brequet as Thomasina Coverly and Ryan Parker Knox as Septimus Hodge

Photo by Tim Fuller

 

 

Music

Music Director   Paul Amiel       
Pianist   Sara M. Tobe

 

Paul Amiel (Music Director)

Paul Amiel (Music Director) is a musician/composer passionate about traditional music and instruments of the world, with an emphasis on Turkish, Medieval, Chinese, Japanese, Mediterranean, and ancient music. Paul has performed on gothic harp, kaval, saz, ney, banjo, flute, piano, guitar, dizi, shakuhachi, and accordéon for his groups Summer Thunder, Muso, Seyyah, Zambuka, and Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (Theatre 3) as well as Musica Sonora, the Arizona Early Music Society, and Odaiko Sonora. Paul, an Artistic Associate of The Rogue, was Music Director for Measure for Measure, Mistake of the Goddess, Richard III, Kafka’s Monkey and Metamorphosis, The Night Heron, Journey to the West, As I Lay Dying and The Winter’s Tale. Arcadia is his 18th production with The Rogue Theatre.
Paul Amiel’s music direction is supported in part by a generous gift from Paul Barby.

Sara M. Tobe (Pianist) is a first year graduate student at the University of Arizona in medical ethnomusicology studying with Dr. Janet Sturman. She is also performing with the Arizona Baroque ensemble at the University. Prior to moving to Tucson in July, Ms. Tobe graduated this year from Bowling Green State University in Ohio with a Bachelor of Arts in music and a minor in ethnic studies. At Bowling Green, she served as accompanist for all of the University Bands and A Capella Choir. At the completion of her senior year she served as accompanist for Gian Carlo Menotti’s radio opera The Old Maid and the Thief with charity donations benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

Sara M. Tobe (Pianist)

 

GJoseph McGrath as Bernard Nightingale and Holly Griffith as Chloe Coverly

Joseph McGrath as Bernard Nightingale and Holly Griffith as Chloë Coverly

 

Ryan Parker Knox as Septimus Hodge and Lee Rayment as Ezra Chater

Ryan Parker Knox as Septimus Hodge and Lee Rayment as Ezra Chater

Photos by Tim Fuller

 

Designers

Costume Design Cynthia Meier
Scenic Design Joseph McGrath
Lighting Design Don Fox
 

Production Staff

Assistant Director Bryan Rafael Falcòn
Stage Manager Leah Taylor
Dialect Coach David Morden
Costume Construction Cynthia Meier, Kathryn Kellner Brown,
Zohreh Saunders & Karen DeLay
Assistant Lighting Designer Josh Hemmo
Master Electrician Peter Bleasby
Lighting Crew Heather Phillips & Fatimah Amil
House Manager Susan Collinet
Box Office Manager Thomas Wentzel
Box Office Assistants Kara Clauser, Holly Griffith,
Caroline Ragano & Latifah Street
Poster, Program & Website Thomas Wentzel

 

Leah Taylor (Stage Manager)

Don Fox (Lighting Design) holds a B.A. in Theatre Administration from St. Edward’s University in Austin, TX and in May 2014 will complete his M.F.A in Lighting Design at the University of Arizona. Prior to returning to grad school in 2011 Don was the Technical Director and Facilities Manager at the high-tech Performing Arts Center of Wenatchee, in Washington’s Cascade Mountains. He has served as lighting and sound consultant for Silversea Cruises, has twice designed Shakespeare in the Park for the San Antonio Botanical Gardens, and is resident lighting designer for Tucson’s Artifact Dance Project for whom he recently designed I Wonder if My Name is Alice, and The Great American Dance Tour which toured for a month to the great opera houses of China. Favorite designs include Bat Boy—The Musical, Jesus Christ Superstar, and SAAF’s Moda Provacateur fashion show/fundraiser. Don recently designed Measure for Measure and Mistake of the Goddess for The Rogue and The Fantasticks for the University of Arizona. His complete portfolio is at www.djfox.biz.

Bryan Rafael Falcón (Assistant Director) is a graduate of the MFA in Directing program at the University of Western Illinois. His most recent projects include The Night Heron (The Rogue Theatre), Bug (New World Arts) and The New Electric Ballroom (The Rogue Theatre). In 2012 Bryan won the Arizona Daily Star Mac Award for Best Director for his work with The New Electric Ballroom and was nominated for The Night Heron. He is the former artistic director of two Indiana-based theater companies: The Backporch Theater Company (a Shakespeare traveling troupe) and New World Arts (an experimental black box theater company). Bryan dedicates the show to his wife, Elizabeth, who graciously watches their two munchkins while he blissfully lives in Arcadia.

Bryan Falcon (Assistant Director)
Leah Taylor (Stage Manager)

Leah Taylor (Stage Manager) was Resident Stage Manager for The Rogue Theatre’s 2011–12 and 2012–13 seasons, Stage Manager for The Rogue’s recent production Mistake of the Goddess (Hayavadana) and Assistant Director for Measure for Measure. She was Assistant to the Stage Manager for The Rogue Theatre’s 2011 production of The Decameron, and has stage managed for several theatre companies in Tucson including the Now Theatre and Winding Road Theatre Ensemble. Leah received her BA in Classics and Anthropology from the University of Arizona.

Susan Collinet (House Manager) earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Creative Writing and nglish Literature from the University of Arizona in 2008. Decades before returning to college as a non-traditional student, Susan spent twenty years in amateur theater, mostly on the East coast, as well as in Brussels, Belgium in the American Theater of Brussels, and the Theatre de Chenois in Waterloo. She has worked in such positions as a volunteer bi-lingual guide in the Children’s Museum of Brussels, the Bursar of a Naturopathic Medical school in Tempe, Arizona, an entrepreneur with two “Susan’s of Scottsdale” hotel gift shops in Scottsdale, Arizona, and as the volunteer assistant Director of Development of the Arizona Aids Project in Phoenix. Susan continues to work on collections of poetry and non-fiction. Her writing has won awards from Sandscript Magazine, the John Hearst Poetry Contest, the Salem College for Women’s Center for Writing, and was published in a Norton Anthology of Student’s Writing. In addition to being House Manager, Susan serves on the Board of Directors and acts as Volunteer Coordinator for the Rogue.

Susan Collinet, House Manager

 

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Performance Schedule for Arcadia

Location: The Rogue Theatre at The Historic Y, 300 East University Boulevard
Click here for information on free off-street parking

Performance run time is 2 hours and 40 minutes, including one ten-minute intermission, and not including music preshow or post-show discussion.

Thursday, January 9, 2014, 7:30 pm DISCOUNT PREVIEW
Friday, January 10, 2014, 7:30 pm DISCOUNT PREVIEW
Saturday, January 11, 2014, 7:30pm DISCOUNT PREVIEW SOLD OUT
Sunday, January 12, 2014, 2:00 pm matinee OPENING PERFORMANCE SOLD OUT

Thursday, January 16, 2014, 7:30 pm
Friday, January 17, 2014, 7:30 pm SOLD OUT
Saturday, January 18, 2014, 2:00 pm EXTRA PERFORMANCE !
Saturday, January 18, 2014, 7:30 pm SOLD OUT
Sunday, January 19, 2014, 2:00 pm matinee SOLD OUT

Thursday, January 23, 2014, 7:30 pm SOLD OUT
Friday, January 24, 2014, 7:30 pm SOLD OUT
Saturday, January 25, 2014, 2:00 pm matinee SOLD OUT
Saturday, January 25, 2014, 7:30 pm SOLD OUT
Sunday, January 26, 2014, 2:00 pm matinee SOLD OUT

 

Gabriella De Brequet as Thomasina Coverly and Ryan Parker Knox as Septimus Hodge

Gabriella De Brequet as Thomasina Coverly and Ryan Parker Knox as Septimus Hodge

 

Matt Bowdren as Valentine Coverly, Joseph McGrath as Bernard Nightingale, Holly Griffith as ChloŽ Coverly and Patty Gallagher as Hannah Jarvis

Matt Bowdren as Valentine Coverly, Joseph McGrath as Bernard Nightingale,
Holly Griffith as Chloë Coverly and Patty Gallagher as Hannah Jarvis

Photos by Tim Fuller

 

 

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