Instead of choosing just one Shakespeare play for the summer of 2006, the ISC decided to tackle all 37 at once with this hilarious, breakneck adaptation by Adam Long, Daniel Singer, and Jess Winfield.
Channeling everyone and everything from football announcers to televangelists to Julia Child, five company members mobilized the entire audience to assist them in this raucous, irreverent romp through the Reader's Digest version of the Bard's works.
|Judith Andrew||Witch, Julius Caesar, Ghost, Gertrude|
|Dave Dietrich||Romeo, Macbeth, Soothsayer, Polonius|
|Christina Rockwell||Benvolio, Tybalt, Nurse, Friar Lawrence, Titus Andronicus, Horatio, Laertes|
|Jon Rosales||Juliet, Lavinia, Cleopatra, Ophelia, Othello, Claudius|
|Melanie Uhlir||Macduff, Antony, Hamlet|
|Directors||Emily Lloyd and Steve Ponton|
|Publicity/Poster Design||Melanie Uhlir|
|Costume Designer||Lauren Cowdery|
|Fight Choreographer||Christina Rockwell|
|"Comedy" Sequence signs painted by||Ben Andrew|
Christopher Bolgiano, Lisa Trust, and Kevin Moss at Cornell Plantations for their assistance; Tim Ostrander for the props; Lauren for the costumes; Ben for painting the signs; Melanie, Dave, and Emily for all their work on the logistics of the show.
* actors shown with an asterisk after their name appear courtesy of the Actor's Equity Association.
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