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					Tessa K. Bry (Production Manager; Stage Manager) Production & Stage
Management: SOTC: Twelfth Night, A Midsummer Nights Dream, Much Ado about Nothing,
The Parade, Kiddie Shakes. SOTC/ Guthrie: Romeo & Juliet, As You Like It. New
Provincetown Players: Spring Playwrights Festival, The Goat, Forever Plaid, Lady Day at the
Emerson Bar & Grill. Guthrie Theater: New Playwrights Project: Six, Insomniacs,
Consumption, The Suspects. University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater B.F.A. Actor Training
Program: Production Coordinator: 2003 – 2006 Seasons. University of Minnesota Dept of
Theater Arts: Our County’s Good. Twin Cities Theater Company: The Last Five Years. Sleepy
Hollow Summer Theater: The Wizard of Oz. Directing: SOTC: Kiddie Shakes: A                                    Present
Midsummer Nights Dream; Sleepy Hollow Summer Theater: Annie Get Your Gun, Oliver!
(Asst. Dir). Acting: SOTC: Twelfth Night (Feste), A Midsummer Nights Dream (Peter
Quince/Fairy), Romeo & Juliet (Montague), As You Like It (Amiens). Sleepy Hollow Summer
Theater: Grease (Marty), Phantom (Bella Dova).
                                                                                                   School for Wives
Raphael Richter (Executive Director of SOTC) Theatre Management: Shakespeare
on the Cape: Executive Director for all three seasons since 2005; work includes grant-writing,
                                                                                                       (L’ecole des Femmes)
organizing budgets, writing contracts, selling advertisements, working with donors and fiscal
sponsors, as well as oversight of all fiscal matters. Other Management: Manager and                          By Moliere
Captain of Mercedes Cab Company since 2006; oversight of the expansion and greening of              Translated by Richard Wilbur
the fleet.
                                                                                                 Adapted & Directed by Eric Powell
                        Shakespeare on the Cape
Shakespeare on the Cape's mission is to create clear, unexpected, and text-
intensive productions with a dedication to emerging artists. Our goal is to cultivate a           July 29-August 27 at the Julie
strong relationship with the Cape Cod community, while growing to serve a loyal                            Harris Stage
national and international audience.

                                   ABOUT WHAT                                                                 Cast:
Now, in its 24th year, WHAT has expanded to bring you more in its new state of the art
theater- the Julie Harris Stage. A tribute to the five-time Tony award-winning actress and
WHAT’s honorary chair, this new stage, together with the Harbor Stage and WHAT for Kids,
                                                                                                     Arnolphe: Elliot Eustis
will continue the tradition of being a sounding board for new and bold ideas, presenting
“continually adventurous theater” (Boston Globe) that has become WHAT’s trademark. 3
                                                                                                   Chrysalde: Amanda C. Fuller
sites, 3 stages, 3 unique artisitic experiences. For more information (508) 349-WHAT (9428)          Agnés: Ben Griessmeyer
                                                                                                        Alain: Grant Heuke
                                                                                                    Oronte: Whitney F. Hudson
                                                                                                      Horace: Jack Matheson
                                                                                                 Georgette: Elizabeth Stahlmann

                                                                                                   Stage Manager: Tessa K. Bry
                                                                                                   Lighting Design: Kevin Hardy
                                 Sponsored By                                                 Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre (London), Royal National Theatre Studio (London), London
                                                                                              International School for Performing Arts, London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, Royal
                  Bookstore & Restaurant                                                      Academy of Dramatic Arts (London); The Gaiety School (Dublin).

                                                                                              Grant Heuke (Alain) SOTC: Much Ado About Nothing, School for Wives, Kiddie
WHAT PRODUCTION STAFF                                                                         Shakes. Regional: W.H.A.T.’s Julie Harris Stage: School for Wives (Alain). University Of
Artistic Director: Jeff Zinn                                                                  Minnesota: The Learned Ladies (Chrysale), Electra, Much Ado About Nothing (Claudio/
Managing Director: Jeffry George                                                              Sexton), A Lie of the Mind (Baylor) Training: University of Minnesota/ Guthrie Theater B.F.A.
Director of Development: Deborah Magee                                                        Actor Training Program (class of 2008); Anne Bogart/ SITI Company summer training 2006;
Director of Marketing: Bette Warner                                                           Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre (London); London International School for Performing Arts;
Production Manager & Resident Lighting Designer: Kevin Hardy                                  Walden Theater.
Dramaturg: Dan Lombardo                                                                       Whitney F. Hudson (Oronte) SOTC: Much Ado About Nothing, The Parade, School
Publicist: Marianne Lampke                                                                    for Wives. Regional: W.H.A.T.’s Julie Harris Stage: School for Wives (Oronte), (Upcoming)
Casting: Norman Meranus                                                                       Guthrie Theater: A Christmas Carol University of Minnesota: The Imaginary Invalid (Louise,
Administrative Assistant: Carolyn Kramer                                                      Bonnefoy), Electra (Electra), Much Ado About Nothing (Dogberry/Ursula/Friar), The Hot l
Box Office Manager: Kristin Stewart                                                           Baltimore (April). Training: University of Minnesota/ Guthrie Theater B.F.A. Actor Training
House Managers: Ellen Rubenstein and Sarah Beals                                              Program, Douglas Anderson School of the Arts.
Technical Director: Chris Huge                                                                Jack Matheson (Horace) SOTC: Much Ado About Nothing, School for Wives, Kiddie
WHATbar Impresario: Kevin Rice                                                                Shakes Regional: Guthrie Theater: Six (world premiere), Classic Shakespeare, Ada
W4K Impresario: Stephen Russell                                                               (reading); W.H.A.T.’s Julie Harris Stage: School for Wives (Horace); Illusion Theater:
                 There will be a 10-minute intermission.                                      Shakespeare’s Lovers; Minnesota History Theater: The Minnesota Eight (staged reading);
                                                                                              zAmya Homeless Theater Project: Act Before Midnight, 2006 Roadshow Assistant
Elliot Eustis (Arnolphe) Cape : Provincetown Tennessee Williams Festival/SOTC: world
                                                                                              Directing: Ten Thousand Things Theater: Antigone, In A Garden, Red Noses
premiere production of The Parade (Dick); Shakespeare on the Cape: Twelfth Night (Andrew      University Of Minnesota: American Clock, Summerfolk
Aguecheek, Sebastian), .Romeo and Juliet (Peter, Gregory), Much Ado About Nothing, The
Parade, School for Wives (Arnolphe); P-town Live (Bavo, Ratchet, Jeb). Regional: School for   Elizabeth Stahlmann (Georgette) SOTC: Much Ado About Nothing, The Parade,
Wives (SOTC/W.H.A.T’s Julie Harris Stage), Romeo and Juliet (SOTC/Guthrie Theater),           School for Wives. Regional: W.H.A.T.’s Julie Harris Stage: School for Wives (Georgette),
Consumption (Guthrie Theater), Von Rèèollo III (Lighthouse Group at Illusion Theater).        The Guthrie Theater: (upcoming) A Christmas Carol, The Real Thing, The Children’s Theatre
Directing: Shakespeare on the Cape: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, As You Like It. Youtube:       Company: Alice in Wonderland, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, How the Grinch Stole
Daryl and Stew, Daryl and Stew 2, Shaving, Loofahs!, Soyatoo (“eleustis”). Training:          Christmas University of Minnesota: The Imaginary Invalid , Electra, Much Ado About
University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater B.F.A Actor Training Program (Class of 2005); Royal   Nothing, The Hot ‘l Baltimore Training: University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater BFA Actor
National Theatre Studio, London; Interlochen Arts Academy (Class of 2001).                    Training Program (class of 2008), Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre (London), London
                                                                                              International School for Performing Arts.
Amanda C. Fuller (Chrysalde) SOTC: Much Ado About Nothing, School for Wives,
Kiddie Shakes. Regional: Guthrie Theater: Lizards…, Classic Scenes, W.H.A.T.’s Julie          Eric Powell Holm (Director) Directing: Shakespeare on the Cape (SOTC): Twelfth
Harris Stage: School for Wives. University of Minnesota: Picnic (Flo), All’s Well that Ends   Night; SOTC/Guthrie: Romeo and Juliet; SOTC/Provincetown Tennessee Williams Festival:
Well (Lavatch), Medea (Medea), Feydeau Farce Cycle, Hedda Gabler (Julia Tesman), A No         world premiere of The Parade, or Approaching the End of a Summer (with Jef Hall-Flavin);
Word Opera (Casey). Training: University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater B.F.A. Actor            SOTC/W.H.A.T: School for Wives; Chicago Avenue Project: world premiere of Water by Andy
Training Program (class of 2007); Shakespeare’s Globe Theater (London); London                Bragen; New Provincetown Players: world premiere of Eden by James McLindon for Spring
International School of Performing Arts; The Gaiety School (Dublin).                          Playwrights Festival; Quest Theatre Company: founder/artistic director: Ten Minute Play
                                                                                              Festival, This Is Our Youth, Stopkiss, and The Santaland Diaries. Acting: SOTC: Twelfth
Ben Griessmeyer (Agnés) Cape Cod: Provincetown Tennessee Williams
                                                                                              Night, A Midsummer Night’s Dream; SOTC/Guthrie: Romeo and Juliet, As You Like It;
Festival/SOTC World Premiere production of PARADE (Don); Shakespeare on the Cape’s
                                                                                              SOTC/Nantucket Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It; Three Sticks Theatre Company: A
productions of Romeo and Juliet (Romeo), As You Like It (Celia), Twelfth Night (Maria), A     MidWinter Night’s Dream, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Ice Palace, Five Fifths of the Fringe:
Midsummer Night’s Dream (Helena). Performed at the Nantucket Shakespeare Festival and         Wizard of Oz; Quest Theatre Company: Ten Minute Play Festival,This Is Our Youth, Stopkiss,
Woods Hole Film Festival. Regional: School For Wives (W.H.A.T’s Julie Harris Stage), A        The Santaland Diaries; University of Minnesota/Guthrie
Christmas Carol (Guthrie Theater), Split (Guthrie Theater), The Fantasticks (Skylight Opera
Theatre), Cinderella (Kohler Arts Centre); For the New Orleans Tennessee Williams Literary    Kevin Hardy (Resident Lighting Designer/Production Manager) Theatre credits:
Festival: The Traveling Companion (Beau), The Chalky White Substance (Luke). Awards:          AT/ONE yin, yang & yoni (dir. Elizabeth Hess), Mercy on the Doorstep (dir. Jim Simpson),
Best Actor 2006 for Romeo in SOTC’s Romeo and Juliet (Cape Cod Times). Training:              Richard Cory (dir. James Brennan), Endgame (dir. André Gregory), As Bees in Honey Drown
University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater B.F.A Actor Training Program (Class of 2006);         (dir. Evan Bergman). Lincoln Center: The Island Festival, Philip Glass Ensemble, Messiaen’s
Canyon of the Stars, Gospel Gala, Youssou n'Dour. Television: Sit Down Comedy With David
Steinberg, Breakfast with the Arts (dir. Gary Russo), CNN, Larry King Live, Lou Dobbs Money
Line, The Connie Chung Show, and Anderson Cooper. Senior Lighting Coordinator: Lincoln
Center Summer Festival 99’-01’ and Founder of S.E.E. Theatre, NYC. Website:

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