Director: David Alford Assistant Director: Kahle Reardon Othello: Derrick Parker Iago: David Alford Desdemona: Paige Reynolds Emilia: Heather Dupree Bianca: Kahle Reardon Cassio: Chris Crawford Roderigo: Josh Rice Duke Senator: Adam Frank
Director: Andrew Hamm Assistant Director: Greg Antley Rosalind: Amy Fritsche Orlando: David Huynh Celia: Christa Whitlow Phebe: Caroline Mincks Duke Senior: Jay Ruud Jacques/Charles: Dan Matisa Touchstone: Josh Rice
Director/Choreographer: Dennis Courtney Musical Director: Jason Burrow Joseph: Chris Crawford Narrator: Karen Q. Clark Jacob/Potiphar/Pharoah: Dan Matisa
Producer/Director: Scott Wooten Josh Rice Tyler Martin Jazmin Patino Jordan Breckenridge 2 more interns, TBD
They came from far and wide. They mailed, drove, flew, or took the train. They braved snow, ice, and the unpredictability of the US Postal Service. Starting in September of 2010, headshots, resumes, and portfolios started arriving from all over the country seeking employment for the 5th annual festival of the Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre.
MANAGEMENT Executive Director: Mary Ruth Marotte Artistic Director: Matt Chiorini Business Manager: Liz Parker Production Manager: Andi Schultes Stage Managers: Kari Wertz & Kait Stinchcomb Company Manager: Scott Wooten ARTISTIC & DESIGN Directors: Dennis Courtney, David Alford, Andrew Hamm, Scott Wooten Assistant Choreographer: Brigitte Brumbelow Kids Chorus Director: Ruthann Curry Browne Assistant Director: Greg Antley
JOSH RICE Master of Ceremonies Josh got his start with the Bard as an intern at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London back in 2002. Josh has been a part of AST since 2008. Favorite roles include the Dromio twins in Comedy of Errors, Trinculo in The Tempest, and Carmen Ghia in The Producers. For the past two seasons, Josh was also the
Though it might seem on the surface to be just another fundraiser (which, of course, it is!), Bard Ball 2011 seeks to do more than raise money for AST’s upcoming season. The lucky folks who attend on Friday, the 18th at the Governor’s Mansion, will find out more about our summer festival but likewise will be treated
Bob Kuhn’s renderings for AST’s 2010 performance of Dracula can be found below. The originals will be up for auction at Bard Ball 2011: Arkansas Artists Pay Tribute to the Bard Friday, February 18th at the Governor’s Mansion in Little Rock, Arkansas. Proceeds from the event benefit Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre.
Auditions are the most compressed, highest-stress part of the craft of acting. It comes down to two major principles:
1. Control the things you can control.
2. Completely and totally let go of the things you cannot control.
We are seeking to hire approximately 16-20 interns to work in the following capacities: Acting (8 interns, 2m and 2f) Stage Management (2 interns) Scene Shop (3 interns) Costume Shop (4 Interns) INTERVIEW Reynolds Performance Hall, Conway, Arkansas Saturday, February 5
By Jessica Hodges To show thanks for recent donations to the Arkansas Shakespeare Theater, a group of Hendrix students gave a ghost tour of downtown Conway. The patrons of AST were met at a local restaurant shortly after dark and led down the nearby, winding streets.