“The Tempest” at Villagers Theatre

“The Tempest”
by William Shakespeare

“We are such stuff as dreams are made on.”

Exiled to an island somewhere in the New World, Prospero lives with his daughter, Miranda, attended by spirits and the monster Caliban. After twelve years, he prepares to take revenge on his enemies only to decide that the ‘rarer action is in virtue than in vengeance’. Shakespeare’s final play is a wonder of invention: a tempest, a shipwreck, castaways, lost children, music, first love, revenge, drunken clowns, murder plots, magic, monsters and spirits. The Bard’s farewell to the stage continues to raise the provocative question: can a bitter world be re-imagined? As timely now as it was 400 years ago!

Performed by Villagers Theatre
At Villagers Theatre's Black Box
Performances ran
Friday, October 15, 1999 thru Saturday, October 23, 1999
Alonso.... Scott E. Costine Has Bio
Antonio.... George Hartpence Has Bio
Ariel.... Faith Agnew-Dowgin Has Bio
Boatswain.... Edward Gonzalez Has Bio
Caliban.... Marc Scott Has Bio
Ceres.... Mallory Pherson Has Bio
Ferdinand.... Warren Lieuallen Has Bio
Gonzala.... Catherine Rowe Has Bio
Iris.... Christine Havala Has Bio
Miranda.... Amy Metroka Has Bio
Prospero.... Rob Pherson Has Bio
Sebastian.... Jon Paradise Has Bio
Stephano.... Chris Lowry Has Bio
Trincula.... Elizabeth A. Durkin Has Bio
Directed by Ana Kalet Has Bio
Produced by Iris Green Has Bio
Costume Design by Esther H. Cohen Has Bio Has photo
Lighting Design by Ed Pearson Has Bio
Stage Managed by Nicole Genest Has Bio
Musical Direction by Matt DeBlass Has Bio