YALE SCHOOL OF DRAMA James Bundy, Dean Victoria Nolan, Deputy Dean Chantal Rodriguez, Associate Dean Kelvin Dinkins, Jr., Assistant Dean
England and France, the 15th century.
There will be a ten-minute intermission.
Assistant Sound Designer/Engineer
Yitong Huang Stage Management Student Supervisor
John A. Carlin
HENRY VI, PART 3 By William Shakespeare Directed by Logan Ellis
Production Staff Associate Production Manager
Ben Jones Technical Director
Laura Copenhaver Assistant Technical Director
in alphabetical order
York, George, Lady Bona
Brandon E. Burton
Beatrice Vena Lighting Designer
Nic Vincent Projection Designer
John R. Colley Henry
Gregory Saint Georges Princess Edward, Rutland
Sound Designer and Original Music
Alex Vermillion Stage Manager
Jinghong “Kevin” Zhu
Rachel Kenney Unknown Soldier
Evelyn Giovine Richard
Stephen Marks Sean Preston Hudson Oz Henriëtte Rietveld Valerie Tu
Administration Associate Managing Director
Caitlin Crombleholme Assistant Managing Director
Caitlin Volz Management Assistant
Doireann Mac Mahon
Eliza Orleans Emma Perrin
Clifford, Elizabeth, King Louis
Juliana Martínez Warwick
Ciara Monique McMillian Unknown Soldier
Dario Ladani Sanchez
Supported by The Benjamin Mordecai III Production Fund.
Assistant Projection Designer
Lisa D. Richardson Yale School of Drama productions are supported by the work of more than 200 faculty and staff members throughout the year.
Matt Daley, Chris Evans, Latiana (LT) Gourzong, Anna Grigo, Sean Preston, Kelsey Rainwater, Wladimiro Wonyo Rodriguez, Liam Bellman-Sharpe, Erin Sullivan, Camilla Tassi. The Studio Series productions are designed to be learning experiences that complement classroom work, providing a medium for students at Yale School of Drama to combine their individual talents and energies toward the staging of collaboratively created works. THE BENJAMIN MORDECAI III PRODUCTION FUND, established by a graduate of the School, honors the memory of the Tony Award-winning producer who served as Managing Director of Yale Repertory Theatre, 1982–1993, and as Associate Dean and Chair of the Theater Management Department from 1993 until his death in 2005.