Robert Durante is from Kingwood, Texas, and is an Arts/Psychology Double Major at Hendrix College.
New York: Murder in the Cathedral, Winter Journey (directed by Alec Duffy); Be Story Free (Inverse Theater, directed by Kirk Wood Bromley).
De’Lon Grant is reprising the role of Jim for the third time and can’t get enough of it.
Satia Spencer is a former Marine from DeWitt, AR. She is currently a senior at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR) majoring in Music with a minor in Secondary Education.
Chad Bradford is thrilled to be back with the Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre! Chad was born in Little Rock and was a part of the inaugural season of AST.
Jordan Breckenridge is delighted to return for a second year to the Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre. It is an honor for him to share the timeless language and world of William Shakespeare with central Arkansas, his home state.
Administration Production Manager Joel Radatz Company Manager Laurel Burnette Assistant to the Producing Artistic Director Geneva Galloway CM Intern Madison Ledbetter Directors 12th Night Artistic Director Rebekah Scallet Big River Director & Choreographer Michael Susko Richard III Director Robert Quinlan The Tempest Director Josh Rice Music Director Kelley Ponder Fight Choreographer Brett Ihler and Ashley Ihler
Presented at Reynolds Performance Hall Mark Twain’s novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is brought to life to the strains of the banjo, fiddle, and harmonica in this Tony Award-winning musical. Huck escapes home and all attempts to “civilize” him by hitting the mighty Mississippi with the runaway slave Jim.
Presented at Reynolds Performance Hall Miranda has grown up on a faraway island full of magic, alone with her father Prospero. They live in relative peace, until one day fate brings Prospero’s enemies near their shore, and he raises a furious tempest to seek his revenge. This 45-minute adaptation of Shakespeare’s fantastical tale is specifically
Presented at Reynolds Performance Hall In this powerful and surprisingly relevant drama we meet the ambitious and crippled Richard, Duke of Gloucester. At the conclusion of the War of the Roses, Richard jealously watches as his brother is crowned King of England, and swears he will take the throne for himself.
Presented on the green at The Village at Hendrix and at Wildwood Park for the Arts After a tragic shipwreck, Viola washes up on shore on the unknown island of Illyria. Believing her brother to be lost, she disguises herself as a boy in order to seek shelter as a servant to the Duke Orsino.
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