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Vieux Carré

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Directed by Jeremy Lelliott 
February 13th - March 12th

Let us transport you through the doors of 722 Rue Toulouse, a boarding house in the heart of New Orleans, and into the most personal memories of American master Tennessee Williams in his haunting Vieux Carré. A lifelong effort and Williams' most autobiographical work, Vieux Carré is "a crazy quilt of beauty and squalor, eloquence and vulgarity, comedy and pathos — a ready-made aesthetic mashup that presents Williams at his most poetic in one scene, and his most frankly sexual in another." (New York Times)

Ensemble

  • JAY LEE, the Writer
  • MELINDA DEKAY , Mrs. Wire
  • LEONTINE GUILLIARD , Nursie
  • SAMMI SMITH , Jane
  • DIETRICH GRAY , Nightingale
  • GRAHAM KURTZ , Pickup
  • CARRYL LYNN , Mary Maude
  • SANDY MANSSON , Miss Carrie
  • SHAUN TAYLOR-CORBETT , Tye
  • TONY BROWN , Photographer/Judge
  • JONATHAN KELLS PHILLIPS , Sky
  • AlternatesJOHN KLOPPING, CANDACE HAMMER, NOEL OLKEN, ZACH KANNER, ROSES PRICHARD, TONI TRENTON, CHARLES BRITTON 

Creative Team

  • JEREMY LELLIOTT, Director
  • MALIKA WILLIAMS, Assistant Director / Dramaturg
  • MEGAN LAUGHLIN, Production Stage Manager
  • JR BRUCE, Scenic Design
  • BRANDON BARUCH, Lighting Design
  • JEFF GARDNER, Foley Design
  • MAGDALENA GUILLEN, Costume Design
  • CHARLES BRITTON, Prop Design
  • TJ MARCHBANK, Fight Choreography
  • DONNA ESHELMAN, Movement Coach/Choreography
  • RYAN WAGNER, Graphic Design
  • KEN WERTHER PUBLICITY, Press Representative

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Twelfth Night

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Directed and Adapted by Kate Jopson
July 16th - August 13th


Escaping the turbulence of their homeland, Viola and Sebastian risk a perilous journey to Illyria hoping to find security and a new life. When their boat sinks and the twins fear each other dead, the adventure truly begins. Coeurage Theatre Company welcomes you to an Illyria peopled by street musicians, eccentric young affluence, immigrants and the media obsessed in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, adapted and directed by Kate Jopson. Interpreted through a lens of social consciousness and supported by the timeless text, Coeurage’s production of the bard’s classic takes a critical look at cultural isolation and the beautiful, dark and deeply human longing to belong.

Ensemble

  • AMIELYNN ABELLERA, Viola
  • NARDEEP KHURMI, Orsino
  • DIETERICH GRAY, Toby
  • RANDOLPH THOMPSON, Feste
  • LEILANI SMITH, Maria
  • GRAHAM KURTZ, Andrew
  • LILLIAN SOLANGE, Olivia
  • HANNAH TAMMINEN, Olivia
  • RODRIGO BRAND, Malvolio
  • ROBERT PATERNO, Sebastian
  • KAMAR ELLIOTT, Antonio
  • JAIME BARCELON, Captain/Officer 1
  • MIRANDA LERAE, Maria's Assistant/Officer 2
  • Alternates: GABRIEL SOUSA, SAMANTHA VALDELLON, ANDY STOKAN, CLOIE TAYLOR, MARK JACOBSON, REUBEN UY, MIRANDA LERAE, DOUG SUTHERLAND, SUSANNAH REA-DOWNING, CHRIS SALAZAR

Creative Team

  • KATE JOPSON, Director
  • KATHERYN BRYANT, Stage Manager
  • JR BRUCE, Scenic Design
  • BO TINDELL, Lighting Design
  • BENITA ELLIOTT, Costume Design
  • LILY ESCOBAR, Props Design
  • IRIS ZACARIAS, Sound Design
  • OSCAR MONCADA, Composer
  • JOHN KLOPPING, Production Photography
  • RYAN WAGNER, Graphic Design
  • KEN WERTHER PUBLICITY, Press Representative

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    Urinetown

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    Music & Lyrics by Mark Hollman
    Book & Lyrics by Greg Kotis
    Directed by Kari Hayter
    November 5, 2016 - December 3, 2016                            *Performances extended through February 25, 2017

    An earnest tale of love, greed, and revolution, Urinetown tells the story of an urban city plagued by a 20-year drought, where water has become so scarce that private toilets have become unthinkable. Through the determination of destitute masses and the relentless power of the musical theatre, a hero rises to lead his fellow citizens in rebellion against the tyrannical corporation holding a monopoly over the town’s most private and basic of needs. Winner of the 2001 Tony Awards for Best Book of a Musical and Best Score, Urinetown is an irreverent, hilarious satire with a wickedly modern wit - a “comedic romp” for the millennial age and uncomfortably topical.

     

    Ensemble

    • SHAKIL AZIZI, Senator Fipp
    • ETHAN BARKER, Robby the Stockfish (Saturdays)
    • TED BARTON, Officer Lockstock
    • JASON BEAUBIEN, Tiny Tom
    • DANIEL BELLUSCI, Bobby Strong
    • DANNY BERNARDO, Old Man Strong / Hot Blades Harry
    • KATIE CANAVAN, Soupy Sue / Mrs. Millenium
    • CHRISTOPHER DAVID CARLISLE, Billy Boy Bill
    • MAXWELL CORPUZ, Robby the Stockfish (Fridays)
    • NICOLE GARCIA, Little Becky Two Shoes
    • ASHLEY KANE, Hope Cladwell
    • GARY LAMB, Caldwell B. Cladwell
    • NICOLE MONET, Little Sally
    • BRIAN O'SULLIVAN, Officer Barrel
    • JAMIE PIERCE, Mr. McQueen
    • KIM REED, Penelope Pennywise
    • JANET SONG, Josephine Strong / Old Woman
    •  Alternates: LOGAN ALLISON, TAYLOR BRACKEN, ROBERT COLLINS, MAXWELL CORPUZ, CRISTINA GERLA, WILLIAN ARIC, VALERIE ZISSER, MELISSA MARYE, ROB MURRAY, HELEN PLANCHET, ROBERT RAMIREZ, BROOKE VAN GRINSVEN, TYLER VAUGHN, PAUL WONG

    Creative Team

    • KARI HAYTER, Director
    • ABRAHAM RODRIGUEZ, Stage Manager
    • MATT SCARPINO, Scenic Design
    • HANNAH WELTER, Associate Scenic Design
    • BRANDON BARUCH, Lighting Design
    • EMILY BROWN-KUCERA, Costume & Prop Design
    • GREGORY NABOURS, Music Direction
    • PETER SHANNON, Rehearsal Accompianist
    • JAMES FERRERO, Sound Design
    • CHRIS ALBRECHT, Choreography
    • NARDEEP KHURMI, Production Photography
    • KEN WERTHER PUBLICITY, Press Representative

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