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Alison C. Vesely Artistic Director

David Rice Executive Director

by Jeffrey Hatcher, from the story by Henry James Alison C. Vesely, SDC Director

Scenic Design Christopher Jensen °

Costume Design Emily Waecker

Lighting Design Michael McNamara °, USA

Sound Design Christopher Kriz °, USA

Stage Manager Kate Danziger °, AEA Originally workshopped and developed at Portland Stage Company’s 6th Annual Little Festival of the Unexpected Originally produced by Portland Stage Company in January 1996, Greg Leaming Artistic Director Tom Werder, Managing Director Originally produced in New York City by Primary Stages Company, Casey Childs, Artistic Director, in March 1999 THE TURN OF THE SCREW is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York First Folio Theatre is in residence at Mayslake Hall on the grounds of the Mayslake Peabody Estate, Oak Brook. The Estate is owned and operated by the Forest Preserve District of DuPage County. This program is provided by First Folio Theatre, a not-for profit organization. This program made possible in part by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council (a state agency). First Folio Theatre is a member of the League of Chicago Theaters and Theatre Communications Group (TCG), the national organization for the American theatre. Major Corporate Sponsorship Provided By: Hinsdale Bank & Trust Co. and the Gaylord & Dorothy Donnelley Foundation Opening – March 31, 2012

AN AGENCY OF T H E S TAT E O F I L L I N O I S

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CAST (in

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The Man.....................................................................................................................Nick Sandys*° The Woman.......................................................................................................... Melanie Keller*° *Denotes a member of Actors’ Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers. ° Artistic Associate Understudy Whitney Morse Setting England, Late Nineteenth Century This show will be performed without intermission. The use of cameras, videotape recorders, or audio recorders during this performance is strictly prohibited by copyright laws. First Folio Theatre is a professional theatre employing members of the Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

F I R S T F O L I O P R O D U C T I O N H I S TO R Y First Folio has received 1 Joseph Jefferson Award, 21 Joseph Jefferson Nominations and 2 After Dark Awards 1997 The Tempest 1998 A Midsummer Night’s Dream 1999 The Taming of the Shrew 2000 Romeo and Juliet; Much Ado About Nothing 2001 Macbeth; As You Like It 2002 Antigone; Twelfth Night (Jeff Recommendation) 2003 The Comedy of Errors 2004 Hamlet; A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2 Jeff Nominations); Staged Reading Series (Indoor space premiere) 2005 The Importance of Being Earnest (Jeff Nomination); The Taming of the Shrew; A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court 2006 Private Lives (Jeff Nomination); The Tempest; The Madness of Edgar Allan Poe (Jeff Nomination) 2007 Angel Street (Jeff Recommendation); Richard III (Jeff Nomination); The Madness of Edgar Allan Poe 2008 Jeeves Intervenes (Jeff Nomination); Driving Miss Daisy (2 Jeff Nominations); Much Ado About Nothing (2 Jeff Nominations, 2 After Dark Awards); The Passion of Dracula 2009 Design for Living, A Moon for the Misbegotten (4 Jeff Nominations, 1 Jeff Award), Macbeth, The Castle of Otranto 2010 Jeeves in Bloom (1 Jeff Nomination); Will Rogers: An American Original; Twelfth Night (2 Jeff Nominations); The Madness of Edgar Allan Poe 2011 Blithe Spirit (Jeff Nomination); The Woman in Black; Romeo and Juliet (2 Jeff Nominations) Tea at Five (Jeff Recommendation) 2012 Unnecessary Farce (Jeff Recommendation); More information can be found at www.firstfolio.org 2 First Folio Theatre


CAST Melanie Keller (The Woman) A proud Artistic Associate of First Folio, Melanie was last seen as Elvira in Blithe Spirit. Other First Folio credits include Twelfth Night, Jeeves in Bloom, Design for Living, Angel Street, Private Lives and The Importance of Being Earnest. She spent the summer at Peninsula Players. She is also a member of Signal Ensemble, most recently appearing in their acclaimed productions of East of Berlin and The Russian Play. Other Signal credits include The Weir (Jeff Nomination-Best Supporting Actress), She Stoops to Conquer, Landslide and Much Ado About Nothing. She was a Chicago Associates Fellow at the Stratford Festival of Canada and was the winner of a Tyrone Guthrie award. Chicago credits include A Life (Northlight Theatre), Hamlet and King John (Chicago Shakespeare), Marathon ’33 (Strawdog), and productions with Next, Metropolis and BackStage, among others. Melanie trained at the Birmingham Conservatory of Stratford and at RADA in London. Nick Sandys (The Man) is an Artistic Associate at First Folio, where he has appeared in Blithe Spirit (Jeff Nomination 2011), Twelfth Night (Jeff Nomination 2010), Much Ado About Nothing (Jeff Nomination 2008), Richard III, and Midsummer Night’s Dream, directed and choreographed Romeo & Juliet (2011) and Macbeth (2009), and designed fights for The Castle of Otranto. Other Chicagoland appearances include The Goat Or, Who Is Sylvia? (Jeff Nomination 2011, Chicago Magazine Best Actor 2011), Les Liaisons

Dangereuses (Jeff Nomination 2010), Old Times, The Real Thing (Jeff nomination 2007), Tartuffe, Arcadia, The Secret Rapture (After Dark Award 2003), No Man’s Land, Hapgood (Remy Bumppo); Dr. Jekyll & Mr Hyde, Pride & Prejudice (Northlight); Oedipus Complex (Goodman); My Fair Lady (Light Opera Works); The Misanthrope (Jeff Nomination 2004--Next Theatre); as well as shows at Marriott, Chamber Opera Chicago, Lookingglass, Chicago Shakespeare, Writers’ Theatre, Drury Lane Oakbrook, Cleveland Play House, Syracuse Stage, Riverside Shakespeare, Madison Repertory, among others. Nick is also a certified Fight Director with The Society of American Fight Directors and has been adjunct faculty at The Theatre School at DePaul since 1995, his choreography having been seen all over Chicagoland (Jeff Award 2008). He is the recipient of a 2011 Achievement Award from The Helen Coburn Meier and Tim Meier Charitable Foundation for the Arts, and this February he became the Artistic Director of Remy Bumppo Theatre Company. Whitney Morse (u/s The Woman) is delighted to be understudying at First Folio again, where she recently understudied Billie Dwyer in Unnecessary Farce. Other Chicago credits: Phoebe in I Carry Your Heart (Prologue Theatre Company as part of the DCA Incubator Series), Meg in Little Women (Theatre-Hikes); and Virginia Otis in iGhost and God On Broadway (Theatre Building Chicago). New York Credits: Hold Music (The Culture Project at The Living Theatre); Susan in Screaming with Maria, Maria/Jaquenetta Love’s Labour’s Lost (Dir. Andrei Serban), and Natasha in Three Sisters (Dir. Andrei Serban). Whitney has an M.F.A in Acting from Columbia University.

P R O D U C T I O N S TA F F Alison C. Vesely (Director) is the Artistic Director and Co-Founder (with her husband David Rice) of First Folio Theatre where she most recently directed Unnecessary Farce, Tea at Five, The Woman in Black and Blithe Spirit. Other First Folio credits include the world premieres of The Madness of Edgar Allan Poe, Will Rogers: An American Original and The Castle of Otranto, as well as the Chicago premieres of Jeeves in Bloom, Jeeves Intervenes, and The Passion of Dracula. In 2009, she was nominated for a Jeff Award for her direction of A Moon for the Misbegotten, which was also nominated for

Best Production. Other First Folio directing credits on the indoor stage include Design for Living, Driving Miss Daisy, Angel Street, Private Lives, A Connecticut Yankee…, and The Importance of Being Earnest. On the outdoor summer stage Alison has directed Richard III, The Tempest (1997 & 2006), The Taming of the Shrew (1999 & 2005), Hamlet, The Comedy of Errors, Twelfth Night, Antigone, As You Like It, Macbeth (2001), Much Ado About Nothing (2000), Romeo and Juliet, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (1998). Before founding First Folio, Alison was the Classics Project Director for Footsteps Theatre, a Turn of the Screw 3


P R O D U C T I O N S TA F F women’s theater company specializing in all-female productions of Shakespeare’s plays. Alison worked as the Folio Director and Dramaturge on many productions at Footsteps, including Romeo and Juliet, A Midsommer Night’s Dreame, and Macbeth. She also performed in these productions, earning an After Dark Award for the title role in their production of Macbeth. Other directing credits include Twelfth Night (Wayne State Univ.), Richard III (Hilberry Theatre, Detroit), Richard III (Footsteps and Shakespeare’s Herd at the Chicago Cultural Center), Real Human Dialogue, Riders to the Sea, Kiss Me Kate, and Scrooge. Alison has been an adjudicator for the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival and the Irene Ryan Awards as well as serving a threeyear term on the Theater Program Grants Panel for the Illinois Arts Council. She is a proud graduate of Illinois Wesleyan University and a member of the Society for Directors and Choreographers. David Rice (Executive Director) is co-founder (with his wife Alison C. Vesely) of First Folio, where he has produced over 30 shows. As an actor he recently appeared in My Fair Lady, the inaugural production of the new Broadway Series at the Paramount Theatre in Aurora. As a playwright he specializes in stage adaptations of literary works, including The Madness of Edgar Allan Poe (Jeff Award Nomination for New Adaptation in 2007) and The Castle of Otranto. His adaptation of Dean Monti’s Why Dogs Don’t Talk was chosen for City Lit Theater’s first annual Art of Adaptation Festival. First Folio acting roles include Boolie in Driving Miss Daisy, Chris the Sly in The Taming of the Shrew, Egeus and Snug in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Aegeon in The Comedy of Errors, Feste in Twelfth Night and Friar Francis in Much Ado About Nothing. David has also appeared as Boolie in Driving Miss Daisy with Charlotte Rae (Briar Street Theatre); George Reed in 1776 (Marriott’s Lincolnshire); Pseudolus in A Funny Thing Happened... (Kinetic Theatre); and in numerous other plays and musicals, including Follies (Candlelight Dinner Playhouse), Kuni-Leml (Illinois Theatre Center), and Room Service (Bailiwick). David originated the role of Mr. Toad of Toad Hall in Doug Post’s musical version of The Wind in the Willows at the Organic Theater. Die-hard trivia fans might be interested to know that David was a 4-time winner on Jeopardy! David has been a proud member of Actors’ Equity Assn. since 1991. Jeffrey Hatcher (Playwright) Mr. Hatcher’s plays have been produced on Broadway, off-Broadway, throughout the United States, 4 First Folio Theatre

and abroad. They include Three Viewings, A Picasso, Scotland Road, and Compleat Female Stage Beauty as well as adaptations of The Turn of the Screw, The Government Inspector, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and Tuesdays with Morrie (with Mitch Albom). Film/ TV: Stage Beauty, Casanova, The Duchess, and episodes of Columbo. He is a member of The Playwrights Center, Dramatists Guild, Writers Guild, and New Dramatists. Noreen Heron & Associates (Press Representative) is a full service PR, Marketing, & Advertising agency. Previous clients include the National Tours of The Singalong Wizard of Oz and the current National Tour of C.S. Lewis’ The Screwtape Letters, as well as numerous concert engagements at arena theaters representing such artists as Prince, Fleetwood Mac, Wynonna Judd, Louis CK, Martina McBride, The Beach Boys, Linda Eder, Michael Feinstein, Jewel, Andre Rieu, and Linda Ronstadt. Clients have also included Sesame Street Live, the 2004/2008 Olympic Superstars, the 2011 Champions Challenge (McEnroe, Bjorg, Courier, Agassi), Barney Live!, the Highland Games, and the Harlem Globetrotters. Additionally, they represent large regional theaters including Drury Lane, Theatre at the Center, and Marriott Theatre Lincolnshire and the commercial engagement of Freud’s Last Session at the Mercury Theater, and the upcoming Midwest Premiere of Clutter at The Greenhouse. Other corporate clients have included Hyatt Hotels, Massage Envy, and Smirnoff. Kate Danziger (Stage Manager) returns to First Folio for her eleventh production with the company. At First Folio she has also stage managed Unnecessary Farce, Tea at Five, Romeo and Juliet, The Woman In Black, Macbeth and Twelve Night and assistant stage managed Angel Street, The Tempest, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court, and The Taming of the Shrew. Other Chicago credits include Escanaba in da Moonlight and The House of Bernarda Alba (Circle Theatre); Blancaflor (tireswing theatre); Siskel and Ebert Save Chicago (Factory Theater); and Being 11 (Serendipity Theatre Collective). Kate toured nationally as the stage manager and company manager for the world premiere Ralph Lemon dance/multimedia performance piece, How Can You Stay In The House All Day And Not Go Anywhere? Kate has a MFA in Stage Management from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and is a proud member of Actors’ Equity. She is excited to be a new artistic associate with the company.


P R O D U C T I O N S TA F F Emily Waecker (Costume Designer) is pleased to return for her second production with First Folio. Previously, she designed costumes for First Folio’s production of The Woman in Black. Recent Chicago area designs include: Accidental Rapture (16th Street Theater); Brand (Red Tape Theatre Company); Sideman (Ka-Tet Theatre Company); Betrayal (Oak Park Festival Theatre). Outside of Chicago, Emily has designed costumes for the Texas Shakespeare Festival (The Beaux’ Stratagem, Ernest in Love) and Theatre Squared (The Fall of the House). Christopher Kriz (Sound Designer) works nationally as a composer and sound designer and is happy to be working with First Folio again, having recently designed An Unnecessary Farce, Romeo and Juliet and The Woman In Black. In Chicago, Chris has designed for companies including Northlight, Steppenwolf, Goodman, Victory Gardens and TimeLine. Recent Chicago credits include The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter (Steppenwolf Theatre), Black Pearl Sings (Northlight Theatre), Orpheus Descending (Shattered Globe), The Word Progress On My Mother’s Lips Doesn’t Ring True (Trap Door Theatre), Opus (Redtwist), Old Times (Strawdog Theatre), Festen (Steep Theatre)

and Cloud 9 (Gift Theate). Regional credits include the national tour of America Amerique (Jena Company) and The Fall Of The House (Theatre Squared). Upcoming productions include I Am Going To Change The World (Chicago Dramatists), Her Naked Skin (Shattered Globe) and After The Revolution (Next Theatre). To hear more of his work, please visit www.christopherkriz.com Christopher Jensen (Scenic Design) returns to First Folio having last designed Design for Living. Also at First Folio, he designed the first ten seasons on the outdoor stage including the first Tempest and the second Taming of the Shrew. He recently designed the Illinois Theaterfest All-state productions of Into the Woods and Urinetown and is the Technical Director for Maine West High School. He looks forward to taking Nadia and Donovan fishing this summer. Michael McNamara (Lighting Design) first designed with First Folio in 2009 and was quickly named an Artistic Associate in the spring of the following year after designing the lighting for The Castle of Otranto, Jeeves in Bloom and Will Rogers: An American Original. He has also designed the most recent incarnation of The Madness

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P R O D U C T I O N S TA F F of Edgar Allen Poe – A Love Story. He is a frequent designer in the Chicago and Indianapolis areas after serving eight years as an Assistant Lighting Designer with the Washington National Opera at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. He has been an Associate and Assistant Lighting Designer for many national and international opera companies including The Los Angeles Opera, Dallas Opera, San Diego Opera, Canadian Opera Company (Toronto), Seattle Opera, Portland (OR) Opera, Pittsburgh Opera, Atlanta Opera and the New Israeli Opera (Tel Aviv). Michael is a member of United Scenic Artists Local USA-829 and the Head of Lighting for the Department of Theatre at Purdue University. Beth Zupec (Production Assistant) is excited to be returning for her eighth production

with First Folio where some of the shows she previously assistant on include Unnecessary Farce, Romeo & Juliet, Blithe Spirit and Twelfth Night. Previous Chicago credits include stage manager/assistant director for Apocalypso (Point of Contention) stage manager for The Wind in the Willows (City Lit) The Miracle Worker (Village Players Theatre) rehearsal asst. stage manager/youth supervisor for It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play (Fox Valley Repertory) assistant stage manager for One Flea Spare (Eclipse) The Marriage of Bette and Boo (Village Players) and stage manager intern for Funk It Up About Nothin’ and Willy Wonka (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre). Beth also served as the casting intern at Chicago Shakespeare Theatre. Beth is a graduate of The University of Kansas.

A R T I S T I C A S S O C I AT E S U P DAT E Lydia Berger – last appeared with First Folio as Gertie in Jeeves Intervenes and before that, Queen Elizabeth in Richard III. Recently in Chicago she worked with Silk Road Theatre as Jane in Yellow Face and Luka in Arms and the Man with ShawChicago. This season she can be seen as Lisa in Collected Stories with Rockford’s Artists’ Ensemble, and is delighted to return to First Folio next season as Vivian Duckworth in Jeeves Takes a Bow (which will be her first show with her new husband, and fellow ensemble member, Christian Gray. They will be married this summer!)

Over Erzinga (Silk Road Rising). Elsa also works as Costume Supervisor at Northlight Theatre.

Kate Danziger – See Staff Biography

Kevin McKillip – Kevin is currently working on a short film for Enterprise Connect, following which he will perform Will Rogers:An American Original in Mequon, WI, and begin work on Making God Laugh at Theatre at the Center. He also continues his ongoing work in Chicago Children’s Hospitals on behalf of the Big Apple Circus. Michael McNamara – See Staff Biography

Michael F. Goldberg is currently working on a new show centering on the lighting of Michael McNamara and the music of Pantera. He has also been very busy chauffeuring his boys to soccer, basketball and hockey practices/games this winter as well as trying to maintain a backyard ice rink. Michael is very much looking forward to playing Shylock in First Folio’s upcoming production of The Merchant of Venice this summer. Christian Gray recently played Androcles in Androcles and the Lion for ShawChicago, where he is an ensemble member. This summer, he will play the role of a lifetime as the groom of fellow Artistic Associate, Lydia Berger. He will return to First Folio to reprise the role of Bertie Wooster in Jeeves Takes a Bow. Elsa Hiltner most recently designed costumes for Unnecessary Farce and Tea At Five at First Folio Theatre. Upcoming productions include One Time (Next Act Theatre in Milwaukee), Hostage Song (Signal Ensemble), and Night 6 First Folio Theatre

Shelley Holland – is designing Lights for Indiana University Northwest’s children’s theater production of Wiley and the Hairy Man and in April Shelley will be lighting South Suburban College’s spring musical Grease. Melanie Keller – See Cast Biography Christopher Kriz – See Staff Biography

Angela Miller is happily busy designing scenery for Route 66 for the Paramount Arts Center, Making God Laugh for Theatre at the Center, and First Folio’s summer production of The Merchant of Venice. She looks forward to starting work on Seascape at Remy Bumppo and Jeeves Takes a Bow back here at First Folio. Hayley L. Rice is currently gearing up for the inaugural performance of Focal Point Theater, where she is a company member. She will be seen at First Folio next summer as Nerissa in The Merchant of Venice. Hayley is also a casting associate for First Folio. Nick Sandys – See Cast Biography


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F I R S T F O L I O T H E AT R E S TA F F Artistic Director........................................................................................................................... Alison C. Vesely Executive Director...............................................................................................................................David Rice Volunteer Coordinator................................................................................................................ Kris Biendarra Graphic Designer..........................................................................................................................Carol Alleman Press Representative...........................................................................................Noreen Heron & Assoc. Inc,: Noreen Heron Zautcke, Katharine Hughes, Lianne Wiker, Brenna O’Leary, Katharine Nichols, Holly Gustavson Technical Director......................................................................................................................Kyle Gettelman Master Electrician.......................................................................................................................Ricky Harbecke Photography.........................................................................................................................................David Rice Web Masters.........................................................................................................Aaron Bigelow, Scott Leaton Auditor...............................................................................................................................................Paul Wieland Insurance Provider...............................................................................................................Paczolt Insurance Printing............................................................................................................... Pizzazz Promotional Products Dry Cleaning...................................................................................................................Stan’s Village Cleaners Casting Assistants........................................................................ Hayley Rice, Melanie Keller, Nick Sandys Volunteer Ushers and Concessions..................................The Saints and First Folio’s Volunteer Corps

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12 First Folio Theatre

First Folio - Turn of the Screw  

Originally produced by Portland Stage Company in January 1996, Greg Leaming Artistic Director Tom Werder, Managing Director Stage Manager Ka...

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