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05 Feb
The Jerry H. Labowitz Theatre for the Performing Arts
Feb 5, 2015 -Feb 15, 2015 | 7:00 PM-9:00 PM

Spring Production


AMPHITRYON by Molière (translation by Richard Wilbur)

Amphitryon is a comedic tale of Roman gods in disguise meddling in the affairs of mortals. Molière’s fantastical farce runs the gamut, from slapstick comedy to poetry. This darkly funny and poignant neoclassical adaptation of Greek myth poses important questions about identity, power, injustice, and those who are “above the law.”


Thursday, February 5 - Performance at 7 pm
Friday, February 6 - Performance at 7 pm
Saturday, February 7 - Two show day: 2 pm and 7 pm
Sunday, February 8 - Matinee at 2 pm
Thursday, February 12 - Performance at 7 pm
Friday, February 13 - Performance at 7 pm
Saturday, February 14 - Two show day: 2 pm and 7 pm
Sunday, February 15 - Matinee at 2 pm

Director and Costume Designer - Matthew A.J. Gregory
Stage Manager - Kaitlin Nemeth
Assistant Stage Manager - Alexandra Hansen
Scenic and Lighting Designer - Derek Van Heel
Sound Designer - Mark Van Hare
Associate Composer - Harry Buckoke
Associate Costume Designer - Travis Boatright
Choreographer - Kelsey Burns
Fight Choreographer - Mitch McCoy

Johanna Duk - Jupiter
Liana Fernez - Argatiphontidas /Ensemble
Douglas Hamilton-Grenham - Polidas/Ensemble
Rachel Hilson - Cleanthis
Gwen Hornig - Amphitryon
Brennan O’Rourke - Naucrates/Ensemble
Katherine Romans - Night and Alcmena
Brandon Salerno - Sosia
Alec Seymour - Mercury
Kira Williams - Posicles/Ensemble


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Note: Seating is limited. Reserving through EventBrite is the only way to guarantee your seat. A limited number of walk-up patrons may be accommodated.

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