Tartuffe Program

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MOLIÈRE’S

TARTUFFE

adapted by DAIVD BALL

Director / JULIE FISHELL Costume Designer / ANN BRUICE Scenic Designer / ANN SHEFFIELD Lighting Designer / ALLISON MCSWAIN Choreographer / CHRISTINA MCCARTHY Fight Choreographer / SEAN O’SHEA Lighting Advisor / VICKIE SCOTT Properties Designer / ALEXIS KRASNOFF Dramaturg / HELEN FAHNESTOCK Fight Captain / HARRY DAVIS Stage Manager / REBECCA MORENO Assistant Director / JO PALAZUELOS-KRUKOWSKI Associate Costume Designer / SAVANNAH LO Assistant Scenic Designer / KAEDE KOGO Assistant Lighting Designer / SOPHIE LYND Assistant Stage Manager / AYLIN GARCIA

David Ball’s adaptation of TARTUFFE is presented by arrangement with Graham Agency, New York (grahamacynyc@aol.com) and developed with Theater de la Jeune Lune, Dominique Serrrand, Director


CAST OF CHARACTERS:

SIERRA HASTINGS LANA SPRING HARRY DAVIS ANDALYN HONSELAAR HARUT SIMONIAN EMMA CARDOSO DILLON REDD ANGEL VILLALOBOS VISHAY SINGH MATTE KRANZ VARRICK WEIR COOPER VON BRUHNS

DORINE MARIANE DAMIS ELMIRE CLÈANTE FLIPOTE MADAME PERNELLE ORGON VALÈRE LAURENT/OFFICER PASCA/LOYAL TARTUFFE

The 2019-2020 season is made possible by the Arnhold Endowed Theater and Dance Production Fund

There will be one 15 min intermission


DIRECTOR’S NOTE Welcome to the Hatlen Theater! It is our privilege to share this production of Molière’s Tartuffe with you, and to underscore the perennial relevance of this profound, puncturing and cautionary satire. Something important to keep at the forefront of our minds is that Tartuffe is a play that shines a bright, blinding light on religious hypocrisy, not religious piety. The title character may be charismatic, entertaining and clever, but he is simply a scam artist and an imposter who uses religious affiliation (in this instance, Christianity) to gain power, property and prestige. The King James Bible famously states that “pride goeth before a fall.” Perhaps human pride is at the root of all “sin” and blinds us to what is true and just. Orgon’s blindness to Tartuffe’s fakery may be explained by the very human, and in this case cataclysmic, motivation to WIN, at any cost. It’s exciting that the Department of Theater and Dance at UCSB is initiating online programs for all productions this year - this choice is both good for our planet and good for our audiences. An online platform ensures that theatregoers have access to more information about departmental productions, and specifically about our production of Tartuffe. I am particularly pleased that you can ‘peek behind our curtain’ and learn more about our creative and skilled design team and their undergraduate assistants. I hope you return again and again to enjoy more Department of Theater and Dance lectures and events at UCSB. Bonsoir, Julie Fishell Director

PRODUCTION BIOGRAPHIES

MOLIÈRE / JEAN-BAPTISTE POQUELIN (PLAYWRIGHT) was a French

playwright, actor and poet, widely regarded as one of the greatest writers in the French language and universal literature. His extant works include comedies, farces, tragicomedies, comédie-ballets and more. His plays have been translated into every major living language and are performed at the ComédieFrançaise more often than those of any other playwright today. His influence is such that the French language itself is often referred to as the “language of Molière.”


Born into a prosperous family and having studied at the Collège de Clermont (now Lycée Louis-le-Grand), Molière was well suited to begin a life in the theatre. Thirteen years as an itinerant actor helped him polish his comedic abilities while he began writing, combining Commedia dell’arte elements with the more refined French comedy. Through the patronage of aristocrats including Philippe I, Duke of Orléans—the brother of Louis XIV—Molière procured a command performance before the King at the Louvre. Performing a classic play by Pierre Corneille and a farce of his own, The Doctor in Love, Molière was granted the use of Salle du Petit-Bourbon near the Louvre, a spacious room appointed for theatrical performances. Later, he was granted the use of the theatre in the Palais-Royal. In both locations Molière found success among Parisians with plays such as The Affected Ladies, The School for Husbands and The School for Wives. This royal favour brought a royal pension to his troupe and the title Troupe du Roi (“The King’s Troupe”). Molière continued as the official author of court entertainments. Despite the adulation of the court and Parisians, Molière’s satires drew criticism from churchmen. For Tartuffe’s impiety, the Catholic Church denounced this study of religious hypocrisy followed by the Parliament’s ban, while Don Juan was withdrawn and never restaged by Molière. His hard work in so many theatrical capacities took its toll on his health and, by 1667, he was forced to take a break from the stage. In 1673, during a production of his final play, The Imaginary Invalid, Molière, who suffered from pulmonary tuberculosis, was seized by a coughing fit and a haemorrhage while playing the hypochondriac Argan. He finished the performance but collapsed again and died a few hours later.

DAVID BALL (ADAPTOR), an award-winning playwright, director,

novelist, and drama theoretician, wrote Backwards and Forwards, the standard script analysis textbook for the past quarter century. He was dramaturg and playwright at Minneapolis’s Guthrie Theater in the 1970s; Professor of acting, directing, playwriting and dramaturgy at Carnegie Mellon University in the early 1980s; Artistic Director of Pittsburgh’s Metro Theater; and Director of Duke Drama through 1991. His plays and adaptations have been staged at major regional theatres and Off-Broadway, including The Miser and Tartuffe for Tony Award-winning Theatre de la Jeune Lune. His Swamp Outlaw, a Civil War-era novel of Lumbee


Indian Henry Berry Lowery and his outlaw raiders, is a Kindle favorite. He has had the privilege of working with director Dominique Serrand for 25 years. In a baffling (even to himself) career change, for 15 years David has been America’s most influential jury consultant. His favorite job ever: taxi driver in 1961.

JULIE FISHELL (DIRECTOR) is a Lecturer in the UCSB Department

of Theater and Dance where she teaches acting and directing. UCSB directing includes Cabaret and The Cherry Orchard and mentorship of the student directed One-Acts. Other directing includes Hedda Gabler, I Am My Own Wife, Dead Man Walking, Mad Forest, several productions for the NC Women’s Prison Writing and Performance Project including Doing More Than Time, One Good Egg, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Antigone, Translations and the musicals The Cradle Will Rock, Mahagonny Songspiel, Brecht/Balanchine’s The Seven Deadly Sins, Urinetown, Oliver!, The Music Man, and The Mystery of Edwin Drood. As an actor, Julie has appeared Off-Broadway, Regionally, in National and International Tours, and was a longtime faculty member of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and resident company member of PlayMakers Repertory Company. Stages include The Public Theatre (NYC), The Lark (NYC), Manhattan Class Company (NYC), Theatre for a New Audience (NYC), Chautauqua Theatre Company (NY), Hartford Stage (CT), The Kennedy Center (DC), Virginia Stage Company (VA), Prague Shakespeare Company (Czech Republic) and the Moscow Art Theatre (MXAT, USSR). Fishell has appeared in numerous productions including the World Premiere production of Horton Foote’s The Death of Papa with Matthew Broderick, Ellen Burstyn and Jean Stapleton; Vanya, Sonia, Masha and Spike, Private Lives, August: Osage County, God of Carnage, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, The Tempest (Prospero), Angels in America, Beckett’s Happy Days, All My Sons, Death of a Salesman, Doubt, Othello, A Little Night Music and Assassins. She recently appeared in the UCSB LAUNCH PAD production of What Martha Did. Education: University of Evansville, B.F.A.; The Juilliard Drama Division (Group XIX - Michel and Suria St. Denis Prize for Outstanding Artistic Achievement); Professional Actor Training Program, MFA (UNC-Chapel Hill). Professional affiliations: Actor’s Equity Association; SAG/AFTRA; National Alliance of Acting Teachers. More information: https://www.theaterdance.ucsb.edu/ people/julie-fishell. Pronouns: she/her/hers

ANN BRUICE (COSTUME DESIGNER) is a Continuing Lecturer at the

UCSB Department of Theater/Dance. Ms. Bruice is a recipient of


the 2012 Academic Senate Distinguished Teaching Award. UCSB design credits include: What Martha Did, Into the Beautiful North, The Watsons go to Birmingham-1963, Vanity Fair, Cabaret, Staging the Daffy Dame, A View from the Bridge, Caucasian Chalk Circle, Bernhard, Lydia, The Death of Kings (Santa Barbara Independent Theater Award), Venus, Importance of Being Earnest, Macbeth, Eurydice, Anowa, Tartuffe, Cloud Nine, Hamlet, She Stoops To Conquer (Santa Barbara Independent Theater Award), Iphigenia 2.0, Kingdom City, Seagull, Plumfield, Iraq, Woyzeck, Idiot’s Delight, and Pentecost. UCSB dance designs include: Christopher Pilafian’s Oracle, Circuits, Between Thoughts; Christina McCarthy’s Love, Petrushka, Occupation, Requiem for Bubbles; Nancy Colahan’s Deep Currents, No Freedom Like a Dance, Elastic Flip and the re-staging of Lar Lubovitch’s Marimba. Nationally and internationally Ann has designed 17 productions for South Coast Repertory, including: Philadelphia Story and You Can’t Take It With You (Los Angeles Drama Critics’ Circle Award winners), Hay Fever, Blithe Spirit, and New England (Drama-Logue Awards for each). Ms. Bruice has also designed for the Mark Taper Forum, American Conservatory Theater, Pasadena Playhouse, Los Angeles Theater Center, Manitoba Theater Center, San Jose Repertory, New Mexico Repertory, Philadelphia Theatre Company, the Grove Shakespeare Festival, and PCPA. Ms. Bruice spent five seasons (110 episodes) designing the series Babylon 5, garnering an International Cult Television Award. Local design credits include: The Fantasticks, Take Me Out for Ensemble Theatre Company; All My Sons, Night of the Iguana, Driving Miss Daisy (Ovation Nomination) for the Rubicon Theatre; A Christmas Carol for the Granada; The Beard of Avon (Indy Award) for SBCC Theater Group and Dancing Here Now for Santa Barbara Dance Theatre. She holds an MA in Drama from UCSB and an MFA in Costume Design from Cal Arts. Ms. Bruice is a member of USA 829, and CDG 892. Ann is most inspired by her son, Michael.

ANN SHEFFIELD (SCENIC DESIGNER) is delighted to be joining UC

Santa Barbara, Department of Theatre and Dance this year. And it has been her pleasure to work with Julie Fishell and the whole team on Tartuffe. Ann enjoys mentoring students in design and brings her professional experience to the classroom by continuing her work with a number of acclaimed regional theatres including Indiana Repertory Theatre where she has designed sets and costumes for countless productions over the last thirty years. It was through her association with the IRT that Ann began her long working relationship with Pulitzer-nominated playwright and director, James Still. Their most recent collaboration was on


his haunting thriller Miranda. Ann also designed the West Coast premiere of Enter the Guardsman at The Laguna Playhouse, and the American premiere of Alan Ayckbourne’s Things We Do for Love at Buffalo’s Studio Arena Theatre. Her designs have been seen at the La Jolla Playhouse, Goodspeed Opera House, Philadelphia’s Walnut Street Theatre, D.C.’s Ford’s Theatre, Arizona Theatre Company, Oklahoma Festival Ballet, Children’s Theatre Company of Minneapolis, and South Coast Repertory Theatre. Ann has a long association with award-winning designer Tony Walton, having assisted him on major Broadway productions including the Patti LuPone revival of Anything Goes, Mike Nichols’ acclaimed production of Waiting for Godot featuring Steve Martin and Robin Williams, and Tommy Tune’s Grand Hotel and The Will Rogers Follies. Ann is graduate of the Yale School of Drama. Pronouns: she/her/hers

ALEXIS KRASNOFF (PROPERTIES DESIGNER) is a first-year Art major.

This is her first time working on the production team for a theater production, but she has been an actor in several plays before attending UCSB. She has had a great time working on props and scenery for the play and has enjoyed getting to see everything that goes on behind the scenes. She’d like to thank her parents, friends, and her dogs and cats for all the love and support.

ALLISON MCSWAIN (LIGHTING DESIGNER) is a fourth year Theater

Design and Political Science student at UCSB, with Tartuffe serving as her 9th production as a part of a design team at UCSB. Her other credits include Scenic Design for Opera Modesto’s Mansfield Park. Lighting Design for The White Card, assisting Greg Mitchell on Chicago Opera Theater’s Everest//Aleko and Solis performing Arts and One World Theatre’s The Flight in Kathmandu, Nepal. She is incredibly grateful to her peers, family, and UCSB’s staff for their support, and to the faculty for this opportunity. She would also like to thank her advisor and mentor Vickie Scott. Pronouns: she/her/hers

SEAN O’SHEA (FIGHT CHOREOGRAPHER) can be seen around the

Department helping students and giving out add codes in his role as Academic Advisor, or teaching stage combat in his role as Instructor. He is the founder and former Artistic Director of the Santa Barbara Shakespeare Festival. In his 35+ years in theater, he has acted in, directed, and/or produced roughly 100 productions.

REBECCA MORENO (STAGE MANAGER) is a senior double-majoring in English and Theater. She has previously participated as an actor,


stage manager, assistant director, and more in both community and school projects. Her last credited role, ironically enough, was Meg – the stage manager – in An Actor’s Nightmare at Pasadena City College. She thanks Julie and Daniel for welcoming her in her first production at UCSB as well as her family and friends for their continual support. Pronouns: she/her/hers

JO PALAZUELOS-KRUKOWSKI (ASSISTANT DIRECTOR) is pursuing her

PhD in theatre at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She has worked on many shows with companies here in the United States, in the United Kingdom, and in South Korea, but this production might be one of her favorites. Jo will be teaching Shakespeare in the Park in the spring of this year in collaboration with Isla Vista Arts. Pronouns: she/her/hers, they/them/theirs

SAVANNAH LO (ASSOCIATE COSTUME DESIGNER) is a fourth-year,

Theater major with a Design emphasis in Costumes. She has Costume Assisted under Ann Bruice for UCSB’s What Martha Did, Vanity Fair, and Naked Shakes’ The Death of Kings: Seize the Crown at Southwest Shakespeare Company in Arizona. She designed costumes for two dance pieces showcased at UCSB and has also Wardrobe Supervised numerous shows. She is grateful for the support she has received from UCSB’s Design Faculty, family, and friends. Pronouns: she/her/hers

KAEDE KOGO (ASSISTANT SCENIC DESIGNER) is a senior Theater

Design major. She previously worked on scenic design for Radicals and Shelf Life from New Works Lab last year. She enjoyed working as assistant scenic designer on this show. She wants to thank her production team and her family and friends who’ve supported her.

SOPHIE LYND (ASSISTANT LIGHTING DESIGNER) is a freshman doublemajoring in Theater Design and Communication. Having worked on What Martha Did last quarter as an Assistant Stage Manager, this is her second show at UCSB. Sophie would like to thank the Theater and Dance department for being so welcoming! She is looking forward to working on more shows here.

CAST BIOGRAPHIES SIERRA HASTINGS (DORINE) is a senior in the BFA Acting program here at UCSB. Other stage credits include Sam Fisher in What Martha Did, Paulina in The Winter’s Tale, Becky Sharp in Vanity Fair, and Juliet in Romeo and Juliet. She would like to thank you, the audience member, for participating in the


“humanness” that is live theater. Pronouns: she/her/hers // @hastingssierra

LANA SPRING (MARIANE) is a transfer student in her second quarter

with UCSB’s BFA Acting program. She grew up in the Bay Area, performing in local productions and taking summer acting classes at ACT Young Conservatory. At Santa Rosa Junior College, she received an A.A. degree in Theatre Arts and completed her general education. Lana is thrilled to be a part of Tartuffe alongside a brilliant cast and crew and looks forward to continuing her training at UCSB! Pronouns: she/her/hers

HARRY DAVIS (DAMIS & FIGHT CAPTAIN) is a junior in the BFA Acting Program. He is grateful to perform in this play alongside a wonderful cast. Previous UCSB productions include Hamlet, The Winter’s Tale, The Laramie Project, and What Martha Did.

ANDALYN HONSELAAR (ELMIRE) is a first-year undergraduate student studying theatre. Past roles include Lysander in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Gwendolen Fairfax in The Importance of Being Earnest, Pertruchio in The Taming of The Shrew, and Fritzy in Cabaret. She is an alum of CSSSA (2017) and DCINY (2019). She would like to thank Julie Fishell for both trusting and challenging her, and her loved ones for coming so far to support her. Pronouns: she/her/hers

HARUT SIMONIAN (CLÉANTE) is an Armenian actor who was born

and raised in Los Angeles. He is a second year in the BFA and is so excited to be in his first UCSB mainstage production. He hopes you enjoy this crazy ride of a show!

EMMA CARDOSO (FLIPOTE) is a freshman Theater and Pre-

Communications double major. She is thrilled and honored to be making her debut on the UCSB stage as Madame Pernelle’s servant, Flipote. Pronouns: she/her/hers

DILLON REDD (MADAME PERNELLE) is a second-year double major in Theater (BFA in Acting) and Sociology, with a minor in LGBTQ+ Studies. This is Dillon’s first year in the BFA Acting Program, and first mainstage play he’s been apart of! Dillon is absolutely elated to perform this adaptation of Tartuffe with this extraordinarily talented group of people; both on stage and behind the scenes. Dillon hopes to pursue music and musical theater professionally post-graduation and hopes to hone and perfect his art through the next 3 years here at UCSB. Pronouns: he/him/his


ANGEL VILLALOBOS (ORGON) is a junior transfer student studying

Theatre and Sociology. He wants to utilize theatre and performance to support individuals and promote their growth. His previous roles include Duke Orsino in Twelfth Night, Harry in Black Flag, Rabbi/Tommy in Durang Durang, Jester/Cousin in Arabian Nights, and Farmer in Farmer and the Ant. He loves his family and LAPC Theatre.

VISHAY SINGH (VALÈRE)is a junior in the BFA Acting Program. He

is extremely excited to be a part of the Tartuffe experience and work with such an amazing cast. Special thanks to Julie Fishell and the wonderful crew who made this entire process a success. Previous UCSB productions include Radicals and The Winter’s Tale. Pronouns: he/him/his

MATTE KRANZ (LAURENT/OFFICER) is a sophomore in the BFA Acting

program and is very excited to be in his first production in the Hatlen with such a marvelous cast and crew! He hopes that you will enjoy the show and assures you that in real life, he sneezes far less. He wants to thank his friends and family for supporting him in all of his endeavors. Enjoy!

VARRICK WEIR (PASCA/LOYAL) is entirely honored to be a member

of this production. The energy in rehearsal and spontaneity of the entire cast has been a truly inspirational experience. He thanks his friends, peers, and Julie for helping him push himself to make new discoveries. Enjoy the show!

COOPER VON BRUHNS (TARTUFFE) is a queer fourth-year student in

UCSB’s BFA Acting Program. Past collegiate roles include: Eric (The White Card), Leontes (The Winter’s Tale), Aaron/others (The Laramie Project), Joseph (The Family), Berger (Hair), Manager (Vanity Fair), Cliff (Cabaret), Mr. Burns (Mr. Burns: a post-electric play), and parts in various One-Acts. International credits: Berowne (Love’s Labor’s Lost) with the Prague Shakespeare Company. They thank Julie for the laughter and love. Pronouns: they/them/theirs // Socials: @coopervonbruhns

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DEPARTMENT OF THEATER AND DANCE PRODUCTION Chair / Director of Perfomance / IRWIN APPEL Vice Chair / Director of Dance / CHRISTINA MCCARTHY Director, BFA Actor Training Program / ANNIE TORSIGLIERI Production Manager / DANIEL J HERRERA Community Relations Specialist / UNA MLADENOVIĆ Theater Production Supervisor, Scenery+ Props/ DEVIN GEE Theater Production Supervisor, Lighting + Audio / MARK WILLIAMS Costume Shop Manager / DENISE UMLAND Cutter/Draper / LILLIAN HANNAHS Senior Scene Technician / SANDARBH TRIPATHI Office Assistant / DANIELA SHERWIN, CHRISTIAN MORGAN, EZRA ADKINS Marketing Interns / KACEY HSU, ISABELLE GUILLORY House Managers / KAYLY HOWELL, ASHELY DAVIS, JAYDEN SHULTZ, STEVEN SCRUGGS, TEANNEA LUCAS, SYLVIA MCMAKIN

ADMINISTRATION Chief Administrative Officer / ERIC MILLS Financial Assistant / LAUREN MARQUEZ Undergraduate Advisor / SEAN O’SHEA Graduate Program Coordinator / MARY TENCH Academic Personnel Chair’s Assistant / DEBRA VANCE Principal Musician / PATRICK WELLS LINDLEY

TARTUFFE SCENIC

Scenic Charge/ INGRID LUNA Production Supervisors/ GIO CASTILLO, ALLISON MCSWAIN, EMILY COIN, JUDY ZHU Deck Crew/ ANDREA RODRIGUEZ, OLIVIA AVERETT

LIGHTING

Light Board Operator/ DANIEL “THE HOFF” HOFFMEIER Sound Board Operator/ SERA SHAHGHOLIAN Lighting Practicum/ JMEGAN BROWN, JAZZ HAYES, ZACK HIGGINS, CATHERINE BALLENTINE, COSTUMES GRACE WILKEN, GUARAV MISHRA, Wardrobe Supervisor/ SAVANNAH LO RODRIGO MASCIAS, GWENDOLYN Crew/ SAVANNAH LO, QIAN HIU MAY AUSTIN, YERIM (ELLIE) KIM, KYLIE (LUCY), YERIM KIM (ELLIE), DIANA LUH, ALLYSON NICHOLAS, WINNIE REDD, SOPHIA HURTADO TIN, MARIA ZELAYA SANTILLAN, RISA Practicum/ WESLEY DAMERON, KELLY MORI, ALLIE LONGWELL GAO, SARA NEAL, VISHAY SINGH, Lighting Technicians/ ANTONIO CRUZ, AYLIN GARCIA, YIZHOU “FRANCES” DANIELLA SHERWIN, EMILY COIN, SUN, JORDAN CURIEL, JORDAN GIO CASTILLO, GRACE SLANSKY, FINLEY, CARLA OCAMPO -RANGEL, JUDY ZHU, NICK FREEDSON, SOFIA ALLYSON NICHOLS, ALEC RAMIREZ LYON