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Preston Lane Founding Artistic Director
Richard Whittington Founding Managing Director
A Penny Dreadful By Charles Ludlam Directed by Bryan Conger Scenic Design by Robin Vest
Costume Design by Daniel Urlie
Lighting Design by Robert Perry
Sound Design by G. Clausen
Accent Coach Robin Christian-McNair
Casting by Cindi Rush Casting
Resident Fight Choreographer Jim Wren
Production Manager Liza Vest
Stage Manager Abigail Matey
The Mystery of Irma Vep âˆ’ A Penny Dreadful is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC. 4
(in order of appearance)
Jane Twisden ........................................................................... Haas Regen* Nicodemus Underwood .................................................... Allen E. Read* Lady Enid Hillcrest ............................................................. Allen E. Read* Lord Edgar Hillcrest .............................................................. Haas Regen* An Intruder ......................................................................... Haas Regen* Alcazar ................................................................................... Allen E. Read* Irma Vep ...................................................................................................... ???
SETTING ACT I Mandacrest, on the moors ACT II Various places in Egypt ACT III Mandacrest
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Allen E. Read* (Nicodemus Underwood, Lady Enid Hillcrest, Alcazar) Triad Stage debut. Selected NYC and Regional: Nobody Loves You (2nd Stage); Rocky Dennis in Mask (Pasadena Playhouse, Ovation nomination); City of Angels (Goodspeed); notes to MariAnne (NY Stage and Film/AMAS/ Signature Theatre, NYC); The Full Monty (with Elaine Stritch at Paper Mill Playhouse); Camelot (MUNY); Richard II (Yale Repertory Theatre); Joe in Joe!: The Musical (Signature Theatre, DC); The Sea (The Actors Company Theatre); Mirror, Mirror (Playwrights Horizons/Ars Nova). Additional projects at Yale Repertory Theatre, New York Theatre Workshop, McCarter Theatre, Sacramento Music Circus, Theatre Aspen, AMAS Musical Theatre, Geva Theatre, Alliance Theatre Company, Westport Country Playhouse, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, Long Wharf Theatre, Georgia Shakespeare Festival, Horizon Theatre Company and Theater Emory. Founding member of Atlanta’s Out of Hand Theater. MFA: Yale School of Drama. Twitter: @readmeallen | Instagram: @theallenread
Haas Regen* (Jane Twisden, Lord Edgar Hillcrest, An Intruder) is honored to be portraying roles originated by the great Everett Quinton. Triad Stage debut. NYC credits: Twelfth Night (Fiasco Theater); Suddenly Last Summer (White Horse Theatre); The Importance of Being Earnest (Under St. Mark’s); Frogs, and Doctor Faustus (Fault Line Theatre). He also wrote and starred in Perceval at the NY Fringe Festival and elsewhere. In 2014, he made his professional directing debut with a nine-person adaptation of Peer Gynt (Alchemical Theatre Lab). Regional appearances include Twelfth Night (Shakes Festival St. Louis); As You Like It (Commonwealth Shakes); A Christmas Carol (Trinity Rep). MFA: Brown Univiersity/Trinity Rep. Twitter & Instagram: @haasenpfeffer
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Bryan Conger ◊ (Director) is in his 6th season as Artistic Associate at Triad Stage. Triad Stage directing credits include: Deathtrap; Dirty Blonde; Pump Boys and Dinettes; A Christmas Carol (2011- 2015); My Fair Lady; tick, tick . . . BOOM!; The Mystery of Irma Vep (2011); Billy Bishop Goes to War. Associate Director for New Music (2011). Assistant Director for A Christmas Carol (2010); Around the World in 80 Days; Ghosts. University directing credits include: Godspell (Guilford College); Sister Mary Ignatius . . . (THTR 232); Oklahoma!, Balm in Gilead, and Blind Date (UNCG). Other directing credits include Souvenir, Gypsy, Kiss Me Kate, Always Patsy Cline, Little Shop of Horrors, Burial at Thebes, and Fashion (Or Life in New York). Education: MFA, UNCG. Bryan currently serves as an adjunct faculty member at UNCG and Greensboro College. Robin Vest§ (Scenic Designer) Triad Stage: Beautiful Star: An Appalachian Nativity (2015); Abundance; Crimes of the Heart; All’s Well that Ends Well; Mirandolina; The Rainmaker; Dracula; The Diary of Anne Frank; Brother Wolf (2006); The Little Foxes; Bell, Book and Candle; Black Pearl Sings. NYC: MTC, MCC, Playwright’s Horizons, Lincoln Center LCT3, Second Stage Uptown, Juilliard’s Drama Division, Barnard, TACT, Clubbed Thumb, 13p, and WET. Regional: Yentl (Cleveland Playhouse); Animal Crackers (The Goodman); The Mystery of Irma Vep (The Old Globe); Animal Crackers, One Slight Hitch, The Bluebird, A Servant to Two Masters (Williamstown Theatre Festival); Hansel and Gretel (Washington National Opera); Ariadne Auf Naxos (Utah Opera, Vancouver Opera); It Pays to Advertise (Yale Rep). Education: Yale School of Drama. Other: Faculty for Guilford College’s Theatre Studies program. Daniel Urlie§ (Costume Designer) Triad Stage debut. Costume Designer: L’Enfant et les Sortilèges, Gianni Schicchi (Seattle Opera); Cyrano, Metamorphosis, Suessical, Avenue Q (Weston Playhouse); The Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni (Hartt School); Kraken (Todd Mountain Theatre). Associate Costume Designer: Broadway: Bright Star; Long Day’s Journey Into Night; Thérèse Raquin; You Can’t Take It With You; Act One; Harvey. National Tours: The Sound of Music; Love Letters. Education: MFA, Yale School of Drama; BFA, University of Arizona. Robert Perry§ (Lighting Designer) Triad Stage: Deathtrap; Julie’s Dance; Steel Magnolias; All’s Well That Ends Well. Off-Broadway: The Water Engine (Atlantic Theater); Reefer Madness (Variety Arts); Boston Marriage (NY Public Theater); Kingdom of Earth (Drama Dept.); Lost Lake (Manhattan Theatre Club). Regional/Local: Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (Goodman Theatre & Arena Stage); Crowns (McCarter Theatre); Billy the Kid (LaJolla Playhouse); Coriolanus (Shakespeare Theatre Company); Queens for a Year (Hartford Stage). Education: MFA, Yale School of Drama; BFA, UNCSA. Other: Associate Professor of Lighting Design, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. www.robertperrydesign.com G. Clausen◉ (Sound Designer) is a sound designer, composer, and music producer based at G Quality Studio in Winston-Salem, NC. He has a BS in History from Iowa State University and an MFA in Sound Design from UNC School of the Arts. His Triad Stage credits include Don Juan, Fences, Dirty Blonde, The Member of the Wedding, and The 39 Steps. Other theatrical sound design credits include A Raisin in the Sun and Hooded, or Being Black for Dummies (Pyramid Theatre Company); Born Bad and Time Stands Still (Paper Lantern Theatre); Dead Man’s Cell Phone and Godspell (Guilford College); The Winter’s Tale (UNCSA). He has taught at Guilford Technical Community College, Wake Forest University, and is currently a visiting faculty member at UNCSA.
Robin Christian-McNair◉ (Accent Coach) Triad Stage: A Christmas Carol (2015). Robin has recently come from New York City where she was teaching at the Actors Studio MFA program at Pace University and Tepper Semester (Syracuse University) and Co-chair of Voice and Speech and Artistic Council at HB Studio. Previous teaching experiences are Maggie Flanigan Acting Studio, ACTeen, and The Hagen Core and Summer Intensive Programs in The Hagen Institute at HB Studio, NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Drew University, and at The Conservatory of Theatre Arts at Purchase College of New York. Her degree is from Rutgers, Mason Gross School of the Arts, where she received an MFA under the direction of William Esper. Ms. Christian McNair is Linklater Voice designated, Feldenkrais certified, and has a speech and accent certification in Louis Colaianni’s “Joy of Phonetics”. She is a member of Actors Equity, SAG and VASTA, and is a full-time professor at UNCSA. Jim Wren◊ (Resident Fight Choreographer) has staged the violence for over 30 Triad Stage productions, including the battles in Bloody Blackbeard, the fantastical fights in Brother Wolf (2006 and 2014), and the general behavior of the Lesters in Tobacco Road. Education: MFA, University of Florida. Jim is Performance Program Coordinator for the UNCG Department of Theatre, and is a two-time recipient of the Kennedy Center Gold Medallion for Excellence. Cindi Rush, C.S.A. (Casting Director) New York: Silence! The Musical, My Mother’s Jewish Lesbian Wiccan Wedding (NYMF Winner 2010), Jay Alan Zimmerman’s Incredibly Deaf Musical, Bonnie and Clyde, Rooms, Jacques Brel, Six Dance Lessons, The Thing About Men, Urinetown, The Hurricane Katrina Comedy Festival. Regional: Penguin Rep, Triad Stage, Act II Playhouse, Arena Stage, Goodman, Humanafest. Film: Ghoul, The Woman (Top 9 Sundance 2011), In the Family, Offspring, Jack Ketchum’s The Girl Next Door, Headspace. Tours: “Barney”, “Curious George”, “Kidz Bop.” Abigail Matey (Stage Manager) Triad Stage: A Christmas Carol (2013-2014). Regional: Cincinnati Fringe Festival (2011-2013). Local: Peppercorn Children’s Theatre (2016). Tours: Production Assistant on Rent 20th Anniversary Tour and Bullets Over Broadway. Education: Recent Graduate from UNCSA. * Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States ◊ Faculty Member or student at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro Theatre Department. ◉ Faculty Member or student at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. §Member of USA (United Scenic Artists) ∞Member of SDC (Stage Directors and Choreographers)
TRIAD STAGE CO-FOUNDERS Preston Lane (Triad Stage Founding Artistic Director) is in his 16th season at Triad Stage where he has directed over 50 productions. Preston was a 2014 finalist for the SDC Zelda Fichandler Award, a recipient of an NC Arts Council Playwright Fellowship and the Betty Cone Medal of the Arts. Other productions include the US premiere of Inexpressible Island (Dallas Observer Best of Dallas Awards: Best Director, Best Production) and The Night of the Iguana (Dallas Morning News: 2002 Top Ten Theatre List). As a playwright, Preston’s plays and adaptations have been produced at Triad Stage and other theaters and universities. His work with musician Laurelyn Dossett includes Brother Wolf, Beautiful Star, Bloody Blackbeard, Providence Gap, Snow Queen and Radiunt Abundunt. Preston has taught at UNCG, where he is a 2016 Artist in Residence, and also at NC A&T, UNCSA, Greensboro College, SMU, and the Professional Actors Workshop at the Dallas Theater Center. He is an alumnus of the Drama League of New York’s Director’s Project. A native of Boone, NC, Preston received his BFA from UNCSA and his MFA from the Yale School of Drama. Richard Whittington (Triad Stage Founding Managing Director) has served as Managing Director of Triad Stage since its inception. Rich earned an MFA in Theatre Management from the Yale School of Drama and has a BFA in Acting and Directing from Marymount Manhattan College. In 2007, Rich was appointed by the Governor to serve on the board of the NC Arts Council, where he is currently a member of the Executive Committee. He has previously served on the boards of ArtsNC and Downtown Greensboro, Inc. and has served on numerous grant panels throughout the state as well as for the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts. Rich has taught Theatre Management at Greensboro College and NC A&T University and has guest lectured at UNC Chapel Hill, UNC School of the Arts, Wake Forest University and UNCG. A native of Dallas, Texas, Rich served as Artistic Administrator for the Dallas Theater Center and Associate Producer of Dallas’ The Big D Festival of the Unexpected. Experience also includes work at the Roundabout Theatre in New York and StageWest in Springfield, Massachusetts. In 2010, Preston and Rich were honored with Downtown Greensboro, Inc.’s J. Edward Kitchen Leadership Award. In 2013, they received the Adelaide F. Holderness/H. Michael Weaver Award from UNCG for distinguished public service. Rich is a 2016 Artist in Residence at UNCG. 9
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Triad Stage began as a dream... Co-founders Preston Lane and Richard Whittington forged their artistic partnership as graduate students at the Yale School of Drama. After managing a theater in Connecticut for two years, they undertook the three-year task of opening their own theater in the heart of historic Greensboro. In September 1999, Triad Stage purchased the former Montgomery Ward building, which had been built in 1936 and sat vacant for almost 40 years. Renovations transformed the five-story building into a world-class theater center now called The Pyrle Theater, complete with a 300-seat theater and thrust stage, rehearsal hall, offices, two spacious lobbies and other audience amenities. Photo courtesy of Greensboro Historical Museum
The Grand Opening took place in January 2002 with Tennessee Williams’ modern classic Suddenly Last Summer.
In 2008, Triad Stage finished a second round of renovations to The Pyrle. A scene shop annex was added in the basement. The top floor underwent major construction to create the 90-seat UpStage Cabaret performance space, the Sloan Rehearsal Hall, and the studio and office facilities of WUNC Public Radio’s new Greensboro Bureau. In 2011, Triad Stage purchased a 30,000 square foot building near the Greensboro Coliseum Complex to serve as the theater’s new production facility, relocating its scene, costume and properties shops as well as its warehouse. In 2013, with significant support from The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County, Triad Stage announced a major expansion of programming to be produced at the Hanesbrands Theatre in downtown Winston-Salem.
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Karen A. & J. Ronald Gaffé Kathy & Jim Gallucci Kay & Chip Hagan Melinda Hamrick Sherry & Bob Harris Judith & Cyril Harvey Julia Hersberger Cindi & Dave Hewitt Donna & Robert Hoekstra Anne & Sam Hummel Dr. Larry & Sue Hungerford Sallie & Hoke Huss JSCI - Daniel Revita Custom Clothiers Carroll Johnson Randall Thomas Johnson Marcia & Orton Jones Ginger & Ken Karb Amy & John Kelly Ray & Doris Kiszely Diana Knox Marilyn & John Lauritzen Albert P. Lochra Nancy Y. Madden Connie Mahan Laura & Tim Maher Johanna & George Martin Bonnie & Dan McAlister Amanda McGehee Dolly McGinn Peg & Skip Moore Eberhard Mueller-Heubach Linda & Al Munns B.J. Weatherby & Verne Nielsen Lynne & Glenn Ogden in honor of Karen Krone William Osborne April & David Parker in memory of Tobee Kaplan Erica Parker Sandy & Tom Pugh Carolynn & Tim Rice Allison Norton-Rimron & Pat Rimron The Rose Family Phyllis Shavitz in memory of Stanley Shavitz Jonathan & Anne Flegal Smith Kathleen Smith Beverly & Lawrence Snively Sonitrol Security of the Triad Michiko Stavert Matthew Sergio & Steve Stonecypher Steve Sumerford Suzanne & Tom Tilley Bryan & Billie Toney Susan B. Wall Christine Morris & Jeffery West Barbara Ann Peters & 35
David Westfall Karen & Jack Whiteside Michael & Sue Wilson Carol & Tom Wood Nancy N. Young FRIEND ($100–$249) Anonymous (2) Clare & Mike Abel John & Virginia Achey Rose & Victor Ackermann Daryl B. Adams Sophie & Eric Adamson Martha Albertson Jill Amidon-Strickland Margaret & Howard Arbuckle Rob & Pat Arnett Alexa Aycock Bruce M. Babcock Terry Ball John & Laurie Barber Sherry Barr Dee & Wes Bartlett Laverne M. Bass Jerry & Milton Bates Sally & Fred Beck Vivienne Benesch Anna Berdahl Marty Bergman Kate Black Dr. Treana A. Bowling Susan & Scott Brady David Breeden Jordan Bressler Marie & Tom Brown Cheryl & Richard Bullard Christel Bullock Maureen Burns Noel & Beth Burt Nancy Cameron Myrna Carlock Hodges & Joe Carroll Amanda Clark Louann A. Clarke Diane Conrad Pat W. Copeland Janet & David Craft Gail & Bruce Crozier Larry Davis Dr. & Mrs. Charles Delcambre Georgetta Denhardt Emanuel Diamond Marie Dow Jack & Kathi Dubel Debra Dykes Lexi & John Eagles James & Nancy Edwards Grace Ellis Linda Erickson Peggy Fersner
Becky Fligel Alane & William Frakes Marcia Freed Gerald Freedman Dr. Deborah Friedman Bonnie & Martin Gallo Nancy S. Garner Allen & Mary Ann Gerhard Margaret Rowlett & David Gilbert Wilma Glick Betty Godwin Terri & Robert Goldberg Celeste Gonzalez Cecilia & Geoffrey Gregg Linda & A.J. Grogan Christy Gumbiner Linda & Mark Hale David Cohen & Judy Hampton Brenda C. Hampton Ron & Becky Hampton Susan Hanks Robert Hansen Anne & Bill Hardin Jerry & Melissa Harrelson Gloria & Walter Harris Lori Ann Harris Claire Haskins Angela Hays Janet Hendley Pat & Dana Hester Carolyn & Ed Hines Fay & Mike Hoggard Mary Louise Smith & Cheryl Hopkins Donald A. Smith & Kembra Howdeshell Barbara Hughes Rodna & David Hurewitz Judith Hyman Frances & Jim Jochum Bob Johannesen Jenna & Henry Johnson Christine Jones Shelley & Charles Kappauf Sue & Jim Keith Justin Nichols & Ryan Kelly Milton Kern Robert H. Kilpatrick Karyn Harrell & Cindy Kimbrell, DVMs Martha & Charles Kirkman Suzannah Kleese Stephanie & Phil Kretz Robin & Tim Lane Elisabeth Lavender Eric Lee Carolyn C. Lester Michele & Pat Levy Annabel Link Clarence Lloyd, Jr., M.D.
Kathleen McGinley & Jose R. Lopez Pat Lord Jack MacDowall Samantha A. Magill David Byrd & Jeff Stanley In memory of Connie Mahan In honor of Greg Marlow Linda & Leon Marsh Marcy Maury Reba & Bud Maxson Martha McCarty Joe B. McCollum Eleanor & Donald McCrickard Robert Bailey & Samantha McDermott Angus & Wynn McGregor Joyce & Jim McKenzie Carol H. Melvin Benedicte & Christian Mengel Nancy & Gary Miller Ann & Harold Moag Barbara & Bill Moran Claire Morse Margie & Jay Motsinger Sharon A. Rimm & Robert G. Muecke Ninevah & Dan Murray John & Jenny Naples Nash Family Neese Material Supply Julie & Tom Nelson Gaynelle Nichols Cathy & John Nosek Zack & Nancy Osborne Cathy & Ray Owen Carolyn Panzer Marci & Grady Peace Andy Stern & Judy Pellarin Jack & Mary Pentz Nancy & Gordon Peterson Richard Peterson Paula Pierce Roger & Nan Poplin Agnes Preston-Brame Eleanor Procton Barbara & Robert Purdie Wendell & Phoenix Putney Fern Ragan Kathryn L. Ramsay Kim Record Susan & Bill Ridenour Jennifer & Tommy Robards George & Bobbie Roberts Brad Johnson & Jason Robertson Ruth & Lloyd Roghelia Cary Root Debbie & Eugene Russell Jim & Nancy Sands Sara Lee & Paul Saperstein 36
Kathryn Lochra & Rett Saslow Beatrice Schall Susan & Jerry Schwartz Mary Ellen & Lee Shiflett Joyce & Bob Shuman Paul Siceloff John Small Claude & Tamara Smith Kathryn & R. C. Smith Suci Sorensen Patricia Gutzwiller & Alan Spiewak Marylou & Glenn Strohl Janice & John Sullivan Joan Sullivan in loving memory of John L. Sullivan Florence Sutler Frieda Taylor Julie & Tom Taylor Mrs. Lee Templeton Jean L. Toms Melanie & Charles Tuttle Diane & Gary Upham P. Whitney Vanderwerff Whitney G. Vanderwerff Liza Vest Kristina Voy Robert C. Walker John & Laura Warren Peggy & Leon Wessel Barbara & Butch Williams Bob G. Williams Chris Williams Cindy & Ken Williams Dave Clark & Susan Wilson Linda & Ron Wilson Jill Bender & Adam Winkel Lynette Wrenn Harry Young Kay & Charlie Zimmerman MATCHING GIFT COMPANIES Amazon Smile American Express Foundation Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies Lincoln Financial Group R. J. Reynolds Foundation
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Board of Trustees
TRiad Stage Staff
Officers Mindy Oakley, Chair Dabney Sanders, Chair Elect Chris Hobson, Vice Chair Ernestine Taylor, Vice Chair Margaret Penn, Treasurer Karen Dyer, Secretary Kathy Manning, Immediate Past Chair Linda Sloan, Founding Chair Preston Lane, Founding Artistic Director Richard Whittington, Founding Managing Director
Artistic Preston Lane, Founding Artistic Director Bryan Conger, Artistic Associate Kamilah Bush, Artistic Apprentice Administration Richard Whittington, Founding Managing Director Jason Bogden, General Manager Ramon Perez, Company Manager Bobby Pittman, Facilities/Rentals Coordinator Justin Nichols, Development Manager Tiffany Albright, Marketing Manager Stacy Calfo, Graphic Designer Kathryn Knoerl, Administrative Apprentice
Members at Large Kate R.Barrett, Linda Carlisle, Danny Gatling, Drew Hancock, Tomasita Jacubowitz, George Johnson, Frankie Jones, Jr., John Kelly, Leigh Ann Klee, Samantha Magill, Dan McAlister, Cathleen McKinney, Justin Outling, Cissy Parham, Erica Parker, Nancy Peterson, John Poole, Todd Rangel, Paul Russ, Kathleen Smith, Ken Steele, Tom Styers, Steve Sumerford, Lydia Vaughan
Audience Services Sherry Barr, Director of Audience Services Olivia Langford, Box Office Manager Aralys Castillo, McKenzie Eury, Eric Figueroa, Mary Reading, Box Office Associates Olivia Meeks, Lobby Bar Associate Production Liza Vest, Production Manager Emily J. Mails, Resident Stage Manager Chris Simpson, Technical Director Donald Quilinquin, Master Carpenter Eric Hart, Props Master Jennifer Speciale Stanley, Costume Shop Manager Sammy Papp, Assistant Costume Shop Manager Troy Morelli, Master Electrician Taylor Dankovich, Sound Supervisor Jessica Holcombe, Scenic Charge Alex Boyt, Production Management Apprentice Augustino Gamboa, Carpentry Apprentice Mackenzie Cunningham, Props Apprentice Jane Reichard, Costume Apprentice/Wardrobe Supervisor
Winston-Salem Advisory Council Lydia Vaughan, Chair Linda Carlisle, Mary Walker Fry, Drew Hancock, Joia Johnson, Susan Little, Cathleen McKinney, Angie Murphrey, Tog Newman, Randi Palmer, Gordon Peterson, Nancy Peterson, Milton Rhodes, Keith Vaughan, Sue Wall, Jason Wenker Greensboro Advisory Council Holly Chambers, Judy Wicker, Co-Chairs Hayes Clement, Ralph Davison, Sandra Hughes, Lesley Hunt, Ron Johnson, Ancella Livers, Dennis Quaintance, Sylvia Samet, Joy Shavitz, Tom Sloan, Harrison Turner, Alan Tutterow
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