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A Musical Christmas Carol

A Musical Christmas Carol

Dec 04, 2015 - Dec 23, 2015

Byham Theater

A HOLIDAY TREAT FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY!
We've taken the spirit of the season, wrapped it in your favorite yuletide melodies and tied it with all the holiday magic and wonder of your childhood.

Join Scrooge, Bob Cratchit, Tiny Tim and a host of colorful characters for a remarkable CLO holiday production of A Musical Christmas Carol. With dazzling special effects, holiday charm and ticket prices even Scrooge would approve of, this Charles Dickens classic is a wonderful way to celebrate all the tradition of the season.

Cast

Tom Atkins

Tom Atkins (Ebenezer Scrooge) returns for his eighth Scrooge. His Pittsburgh Public Theater productions include Our Town, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, The Chief, A Moon for the Misbegotten, Macbeth, Vikings, Cobb, The Steward of Christendom, Long Day’s Journey Into Night, The Weir, Drawer Boy and You Can’t Take It With You. On Broadway he appeared in The Changing Room and The Front Page; Off-Broadway in Whistle in the Dark and Long Day’s Journey Into Night. Television credits include “Rockford Files,” “Lou Grant,” “M*A*S*H,” “Law & Order,” “Homicide,” “Oz,” “Xena,” “Pennsylvania Lynch” and “Lemon Sky.” Mr. Atkins spent six seasons at Long Wharf and ten summers at Williamstown Theater Festival. Film credits include “Escape from New York,“ “The Fog,” “Creepshow,” “Lethal Weapon,” “Bob Roberts,” “Bruiser,” “Striking Distance,” “Night of the Creeps,” “My Bloody Valentine 3D,” “Drive Angry” and “The Chief.”

Allison Cahill

Allison Cahill (Charity Worker, Ghost of Christmas Past, Peg) joins this Pittsburgh CLO tradition for the first time. She is from Saxonburg, PA and is an AADA Graduate (NYC).  Her recent credits include: My Fair Lady (Pittsburgh Public Theater) and Always, Patsy Cline (Louise). Pittsburgh CLO: The Full Monty, Music Man, Sound of Music, Oliver! (Mrs. Sowerberry).

Justin Fortunato

Justin Fortunato (Fred, Businessman) returns to A Musical Christmas Carol for a fourth time.  He is an actor and director who has worked for companies such as Pittsburgh Public, PICT Theatre, The REP, Pittsburgh CLO, Primestage, St. Vincent Summer Theatre and Dream Catcher Theatre. He is the co-founder of Carrnivale Theatrics and is currently the Artistic Producing Director of Lincoln Park Center for the Performing Arts.

Michael Fuller

Michael Fuller (Vendors, Topper) works as a professional actor and teacher in the Pittsburgh area. Most recently, he was the male swing for Boeing Boeing at the CLO Cabaret. Other recent credits include Baines in Soldier’s Heart and Steve in Becky’s New Car at Point Park’s The Rep. He teaches at Point Park University, Pittsburgh CAPA 6-12 and Carnegie Mellon University.

Lisa Ann Goldsmith

Lisa Ann Goldsmith (Mrs. Cratchit) has performed with many notable companies regionally and Off-Broadway, most recently for Pittsburgh CLO as Gretchen in Boeing Boeing at the CLO Cabaret.  Ms. Goldsmith has appeared locally with Pittsburgh Public Theater, Quantum Theatre, PICT, The REP, Off the Wall, Saint Vincent Summer Theatre and Unseam’d Shakespeare.  She is also an SDC director, and has numerous SAG-AFTRA film and TV credits.

Ashton Guthrie

Ashton Guthrie (Dick Wilkins, Tom Watkins, The Undertaker) is returning to A Musical Christmas Carol for his second year. A senior at Point Park University, he was most recently seen as Hialmar Ekdal in the Conservatory's production of The Wild Duck. He also had the privilege of joining Pittsburgh Public Theater in last season's hit, My Fair Lady. A native North Carolinian, Mr. Guthrie has more than enjoyed his four years in Pittsburgh and plans to move to New York in the fall. Up next: Guys & Dolls at The Public.

Luke Halferty

Luke Halferty (Town Crier, Young Scrooge, Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come) makes his Pittsburgh CLO debut in A Musical Christmas Carol. A recent graduate of Point Park University's Conservatory of Performing Arts, he has appeared regionally with PICT Classic Theatre, The Rep, Conservatory Theatre Co., Playhouse Jr., St. Vincent Summer Theatre, and the All-University Choir with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.

Tim Hartman

Tim Hartman (Charity Worker, Mr. Fezziwig, Ghost of Christmas Present, Businessman) is appearing in his 23rd year in Pittsburgh CLO's A Musical Christmas Carol. Broadway: A Tale of Two Cities and Finian's Rainbow. Regional Theater: C.S. Lewis in Shadowlands, Don Quixote in The Man of La Mancha and Daddy Warbucks in Annie. Film: “Silence of the Lambs,” “The Mothman Prophecies,” “The Piano Lesson” and “The Fault in our Stars.” Mr. Hartman is also an award-winning storyteller and cartoonist. timhartman.com

Jeffrey Howell

Jeffrey Howell (Bob Cratchit) includes the following among his credits: Choir Boy at the REP, The Light in the Piazza at Front Porch Theatricals, Man of La Mancha and The Wedding Singer at Pittsburgh CLO. Other favorites include Souvenir, Singin’ in the Rain, Lost Highway, Sunset Boulevard, Beauty and the Beast, Candide, Bells are Ringing and Mrs. Bob Cratchit’s Wild Christmas Binge.

Brian Knoebel

Brian Knoebel (Peter Cratchit) was most recently seen in the Off-Broadway production of Whoopee with Musicals Tonight. Regional: Mirror Mirror (Tunnel Theatre Co.-Featuring Alice Ripley), as well as The REP, Primestage, St. Vincent’s Theatre, Living Room Theatre, among others. Graduate from Point Park University, Member of BrickaBrack Theatre Ensemble in NY.

Daniel Krell

Daniel Krell (Marley's Ghost, Young Marley, Businessman) has appeared in over 35 productions with Pittsburgh CLO and acted in major roles in professional theatres such as the Pittsburgh Public, City Theatre, Quantum, Bricolage, PICT, and The Rep, and in regional theatres such as Clarence Brown Theatre and Gateway Playhouse. Mr. Krell is also a veteran of many films, commercials, industrials, and voice-overs. Up next: Guys and Dolls at the Public.

Julia Paladino

Julia Paladino (Missy Watkins, Martha Cratchit) is making her Pittsburgh CLO debut. Regional credits include The Fantasticks (Luisa), Sound of Music (Brigitta), Oliver! (Bet), Dames at Sea, South Pacific, Anything Goes, Cinderella, Carousel and many more. In addition, some of her favorite roles Millie in Thoroughly Modern Millie and Adele in Die Fledermaus.

Erica Strasburg

Erika Strasburg (Bess, Belle) returns for her second year as Belle, and her third year with A Musical Christmas Carol. A proud Carnegie Mellon drama graduate, Ms. Strasburg has toured nationally, performed off-Broadway, and worked locally with City Theatre, Quantum Theatre and the CLO Cabaret.

Terry Wickline

Terry Wickline (Mrs. Dilber, Mrs. Fezziwig) returns to A Musical Christmas Carol for the 16th year.  Credits include many Pittsburgh CLO productions, as well as Pittsburgh Public, PICT, Quantum, Unseam'd Shakespeare, Pittsburgh Musical Theater, West Virginia Public, St. Vincent’s Theatre, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, and Theatre By The Sea. Watch for her this spring as Nancy Yates in the new television series “Outsiders.”

Mario Williams

Mario Williams (Tiny Tim) is a 5th grader at St. Louise de Marillac School in Upper St. Clair enjoying his fourth appearance in A Musical Christmas Carol.  He recently starred as Michael Banks in Pittsburgh CLO’s Summer Season production of MARY POPPINS. He is currently in his 3rd year at the Pittsburgh CLO Academy.  In his spare time, Mario plays baseball for Collier Township, is an avid pianist and enjoys countless adventures with his five siblings.

Megan Dee Yantko

Magan Dee Yantko (Fan, Alice, Laundress) returns to A Musical Christmas Carol for the third time.  She graduated from Point Park University with a B.F.A degree and along with Pittsburgh CLO she has worked with companies such as Dream Catcher Theatre, Pittsburgh Playhouse, Carrnivale Theatrics, Primestage and the Cleveland Public Theatre.

John Dooley

John Dooley (Caroler) counts the following among his credits: Ensemble - Carousel (New York Philharmonic), Anthony - Sweeney Todd (Opera Roanoke), Captain Von Trapp -The Sound of Music (Arizona Broadway Theater), Bruce Granit - On the Twentieth Century (Theater at Monmouth), Soloist - The Best of Sondheim (Utah Symphony). Other companies: Portland Opera, Tulsa Opera, Central City Opera, Amarillo Opera, Opera Delaware, Opera Memphis, Opera San Antonio.

Brittany Graham

Brittany Graham (Caroler) was recently seen performing for Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines as a featured vocalist. Credits: Sessions (Off-Broadway), The Club, Zombies from the Beyond, The Frogs, Ragtime and more. She holds a BA from Point Park University.

Lara Hayhurst

Lara Hayhurst (Caroler) returns to Pittsburgh CLO, where she was last seen as Margot in Legally Blonde. Ms. Hayhurst has also been seen at The Public Theater (Company) and Pittsburgh Musical Theater (Young Frankenstein, Legally Blonde, The Sound of Music).

Scott P. Sambuco

Scott P. Sambuco (Caroler) counts numerous Pittsburgh CLO shows among his credits:  42nd St, Seven Brides.., 1776, Guys and Dolls, My Fair Lady, Annie, She Loves Me, Funny Girl, Crazy For You, Bye Bye Birdie, Grand Hotel, Pirates Of Penzance, A Musical Christmas Carol (14 Years).  Pittsburgh Public Theater:  1776, …Forum,  HMS Pinafore. As well as PMT, Stage Right, TUTS, North Shore Music Theatre, Stages Theatre Company St. Louis-10 Seasons.

Justin Bell

Justin Bell (Turkey Boy) is in his second year of studies at the CLO Academy. Past performances with the Academy include High School Musical (Troy); Honk! (Father Duck); Mary Poppins (Michael Banks). He is thrilled to be performing in his first main stage production.

Ariel Cameroe

Ariel Cameroe (Cratchit Child) is 12 years old and making her Pittsburgh CLO debut. She has enjoyed many wonderful opportunities with the Pittsburgh CLO Academy, school musicals, talent shows and competitions and National Anthem performances.

Scott Nigam

Simon Nigam (Cratchit Child) returns to A Musical Christmas Carol for his fourth year. Theater credits include Rodelinda with the Pittsburgh Opera (Flavio), The Secret Garden (Colin Craven), Mary Poppins (Michael Banks) and The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (Edmund). Mr. Nigam is a fourth grader at the Falk School.

Gracie Vensel

Gracie Vensel (Cratchit Child) is a Pittsburgh CLO Academy student making her debut in A Musical Christmas Carol. Most recently, Gracie appeared in Prime Stage Theatre's The Crucible (Betty) and Pittsburgh CLO's GYPSY (Balloon Girl). She is in 5th grade at Steenrod Elementary.

Tim Gregory (Director) is back for an eighth year directing A Musical Christmas Carol.  He is the Founding Artistic Director of Provision Theater Company in Chicago, where some of his directing credits include Provision Theater’s Jefferson Award–Nominated productions of A Christmas Carol, The Hiding Place and the critically-acclaimed production CS Lewis On Stage.

McCrae Hardy (Music Director) previously served as music director/conductor for the North Carolina Theatre in Raleigh, NC from 1984-2005 as well as numerous other theatres. Currently, he is the Conductor for The Triangle Youth Symphony. He holds the Raleigh Medal of Arts “for extraordinary achievement in the arts.”

Andrew David Ostrowski (Lighting Designer) has a host of international credits including productions in France, Scotland, Sweden, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Germany, Ireland, The Netherlands and Switzerland. National credits: The Asolo, The Arden, Madison Opera, Merrimack Rep., Virginia Stage, North Shore Music Theater, Spoleto USA, amongst others. Local credits: City Theatre, Pittsburgh Opera, Pittsburgh Public Theater, Pittsburgh Ballet, PICT, PNME, The Rep and many others.

This production features original scenery by D Martyn Bookwalter.

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A Musical Christmas Carol

A Musical Christmas Carol

Dec 04, 2015 - Dec 23, 2015

Byham Theater

A HOLIDAY TREAT FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY!
We've taken the spirit of the season, wrapped it in your favorite yuletide melodies and tied it with all the holiday magic and wonder of your childhood.

Join Scrooge, Bob Cratchit, Tiny Tim and a host of colorful characters for a remarkable CLO holiday production of A Musical Christmas Carol. With dazzling special effects, holiday charm and ticket prices even Scrooge would approve of, this Charles Dickens classic is a wonderful way to celebrate all the tradition of the season.

Cast

Tom Atkins

Tom Atkins (Ebenezer Scrooge) returns for his eighth Scrooge. His Pittsburgh Public Theater productions include Our Town, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, The Chief, A Moon for the Misbegotten, Macbeth, Vikings, Cobb, The Steward of Christendom, Long Day’s Journey Into Night, The Weir, Drawer Boy and You Can’t Take It With You. On Broadway he appeared in The Changing Room and The Front Page; Off-Broadway in Whistle in the Dark and Long Day’s Journey Into Night. Television credits include “Rockford Files,” “Lou Grant,” “M*A*S*H,” “Law & Order,” “Homicide,” “Oz,” “Xena,” “Pennsylvania Lynch” and “Lemon Sky.” Mr. Atkins spent six seasons at Long Wharf and ten summers at Williamstown Theater Festival. Film credits include “Escape from New York,“ “The Fog,” “Creepshow,” “Lethal Weapon,” “Bob Roberts,” “Bruiser,” “Striking Distance,” “Night of the Creeps,” “My Bloody Valentine 3D,” “Drive Angry” and “The Chief.”

Allison Cahill

Allison Cahill (Charity Worker, Ghost of Christmas Past, Peg) joins this Pittsburgh CLO tradition for the first time. She is from Saxonburg, PA and is an AADA Graduate (NYC).  Her recent credits include: My Fair Lady (Pittsburgh Public Theater) and Always, Patsy Cline (Louise). Pittsburgh CLO: The Full Monty, Music Man, Sound of Music, Oliver! (Mrs. Sowerberry).

Justin Fortunato

Justin Fortunato (Fred, Businessman) returns to A Musical Christmas Carol for a fourth time.  He is an actor and director who has worked for companies such as Pittsburgh Public, PICT Theatre, The REP, Pittsburgh CLO, Primestage, St. Vincent Summer Theatre and Dream Catcher Theatre. He is the co-founder of Carrnivale Theatrics and is currently the Artistic Producing Director of Lincoln Park Center for the Performing Arts.

Michael Fuller

Michael Fuller (Vendors, Topper) works as a professional actor and teacher in the Pittsburgh area. Most recently, he was the male swing for Boeing Boeing at the CLO Cabaret. Other recent credits include Baines in Soldier’s Heart and Steve in Becky’s New Car at Point Park’s The Rep. He teaches at Point Park University, Pittsburgh CAPA 6-12 and Carnegie Mellon University.

Lisa Ann Goldsmith

Lisa Ann Goldsmith (Mrs. Cratchit) has performed with many notable companies regionally and Off-Broadway, most recently for Pittsburgh CLO as Gretchen in Boeing Boeing at the CLO Cabaret.  Ms. Goldsmith has appeared locally with Pittsburgh Public Theater, Quantum Theatre, PICT, The REP, Off the Wall, Saint Vincent Summer Theatre and Unseam’d Shakespeare.  She is also an SDC director, and has numerous SAG-AFTRA film and TV credits.

Ashton Guthrie

Ashton Guthrie (Dick Wilkins, Tom Watkins, The Undertaker) is returning to A Musical Christmas Carol for his second year. A senior at Point Park University, he was most recently seen as Hialmar Ekdal in the Conservatory's production of The Wild Duck. He also had the privilege of joining Pittsburgh Public Theater in last season's hit, My Fair Lady. A native North Carolinian, Mr. Guthrie has more than enjoyed his four years in Pittsburgh and plans to move to New York in the fall. Up next: Guys & Dolls at The Public.

Luke Halferty

Luke Halferty (Town Crier, Young Scrooge, Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come) makes his Pittsburgh CLO debut in A Musical Christmas Carol. A recent graduate of Point Park University's Conservatory of Performing Arts, he has appeared regionally with PICT Classic Theatre, The Rep, Conservatory Theatre Co., Playhouse Jr., St. Vincent Summer Theatre, and the All-University Choir with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.

Tim Hartman

Tim Hartman (Charity Worker, Mr. Fezziwig, Ghost of Christmas Present, Businessman) is appearing in his 23rd year in Pittsburgh CLO's A Musical Christmas Carol. Broadway: A Tale of Two Cities and Finian's Rainbow. Regional Theater: C.S. Lewis in Shadowlands, Don Quixote in The Man of La Mancha and Daddy Warbucks in Annie. Film: “Silence of the Lambs,” “The Mothman Prophecies,” “The Piano Lesson” and “The Fault in our Stars.” Mr. Hartman is also an award-winning storyteller and cartoonist. timhartman.com

Jeffrey Howell

Jeffrey Howell (Bob Cratchit) includes the following among his credits: Choir Boy at the REP, The Light in the Piazza at Front Porch Theatricals, Man of La Mancha and The Wedding Singer at Pittsburgh CLO. Other favorites include Souvenir, Singin’ in the Rain, Lost Highway, Sunset Boulevard, Beauty and the Beast, Candide, Bells are Ringing and Mrs. Bob Cratchit’s Wild Christmas Binge.

Brian Knoebel

Brian Knoebel (Peter Cratchit) was most recently seen in the Off-Broadway production of Whoopee with Musicals Tonight. Regional: Mirror Mirror (Tunnel Theatre Co.-Featuring Alice Ripley), as well as The REP, Primestage, St. Vincent’s Theatre, Living Room Theatre, among others. Graduate from Point Park University, Member of BrickaBrack Theatre Ensemble in NY.

Daniel Krell

Daniel Krell (Marley's Ghost, Young Marley, Businessman) has appeared in over 35 productions with Pittsburgh CLO and acted in major roles in professional theatres such as the Pittsburgh Public, City Theatre, Quantum, Bricolage, PICT, and The Rep, and in regional theatres such as Clarence Brown Theatre and Gateway Playhouse. Mr. Krell is also a veteran of many films, commercials, industrials, and voice-overs. Up next: Guys and Dolls at the Public.

Julia Paladino

Julia Paladino (Missy Watkins, Martha Cratchit) is making her Pittsburgh CLO debut. Regional credits include The Fantasticks (Luisa), Sound of Music (Brigitta), Oliver! (Bet), Dames at Sea, South Pacific, Anything Goes, Cinderella, Carousel and many more. In addition, some of her favorite roles Millie in Thoroughly Modern Millie and Adele in Die Fledermaus.

Erica Strasburg

Erika Strasburg (Bess, Belle) returns for her second year as Belle, and her third year with A Musical Christmas Carol. A proud Carnegie Mellon drama graduate, Ms. Strasburg has toured nationally, performed off-Broadway, and worked locally with City Theatre, Quantum Theatre and the CLO Cabaret.

Terry Wickline

Terry Wickline (Mrs. Dilber, Mrs. Fezziwig) returns to A Musical Christmas Carol for the 16th year.  Credits include many Pittsburgh CLO productions, as well as Pittsburgh Public, PICT, Quantum, Unseam'd Shakespeare, Pittsburgh Musical Theater, West Virginia Public, St. Vincent’s Theatre, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, and Theatre By The Sea. Watch for her this spring as Nancy Yates in the new television series “Outsiders.”

Mario Williams

Mario Williams (Tiny Tim) is a 5th grader at St. Louise de Marillac School in Upper St. Clair enjoying his fourth appearance in A Musical Christmas Carol.  He recently starred as Michael Banks in Pittsburgh CLO’s Summer Season production of MARY POPPINS. He is currently in his 3rd year at the Pittsburgh CLO Academy.  In his spare time, Mario plays baseball for Collier Township, is an avid pianist and enjoys countless adventures with his five siblings.

Megan Dee Yantko

Magan Dee Yantko (Fan, Alice, Laundress) returns to A Musical Christmas Carol for the third time.  She graduated from Point Park University with a B.F.A degree and along with Pittsburgh CLO she has worked with companies such as Dream Catcher Theatre, Pittsburgh Playhouse, Carrnivale Theatrics, Primestage and the Cleveland Public Theatre.

John Dooley

John Dooley (Caroler) counts the following among his credits: Ensemble - Carousel (New York Philharmonic), Anthony - Sweeney Todd (Opera Roanoke), Captain Von Trapp -The Sound of Music (Arizona Broadway Theater), Bruce Granit - On the Twentieth Century (Theater at Monmouth), Soloist - The Best of Sondheim (Utah Symphony). Other companies: Portland Opera, Tulsa Opera, Central City Opera, Amarillo Opera, Opera Delaware, Opera Memphis, Opera San Antonio.

Brittany Graham

Brittany Graham (Caroler) was recently seen performing for Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines as a featured vocalist. Credits: Sessions (Off-Broadway), The Club, Zombies from the Beyond, The Frogs, Ragtime and more. She holds a BA from Point Park University.

Lara Hayhurst

Lara Hayhurst (Caroler) returns to Pittsburgh CLO, where she was last seen as Margot in Legally Blonde. Ms. Hayhurst has also been seen at The Public Theater (Company) and Pittsburgh Musical Theater (Young Frankenstein, Legally Blonde, The Sound of Music).

Scott P. Sambuco

Scott P. Sambuco (Caroler) counts numerous Pittsburgh CLO shows among his credits:  42nd St, Seven Brides.., 1776, Guys and Dolls, My Fair Lady, Annie, She Loves Me, Funny Girl, Crazy For You, Bye Bye Birdie, Grand Hotel, Pirates Of Penzance, A Musical Christmas Carol (14 Years).  Pittsburgh Public Theater:  1776, …Forum,  HMS Pinafore. As well as PMT, Stage Right, TUTS, North Shore Music Theatre, Stages Theatre Company St. Louis-10 Seasons.

Justin Bell

Justin Bell (Turkey Boy) is in his second year of studies at the CLO Academy. Past performances with the Academy include High School Musical (Troy); Honk! (Father Duck); Mary Poppins (Michael Banks). He is thrilled to be performing in his first main stage production.

Ariel Cameroe

Ariel Cameroe (Cratchit Child) is 12 years old and making her Pittsburgh CLO debut. She has enjoyed many wonderful opportunities with the Pittsburgh CLO Academy, school musicals, talent shows and competitions and National Anthem performances.

Scott Nigam

Simon Nigam (Cratchit Child) returns to A Musical Christmas Carol for his fourth year. Theater credits include Rodelinda with the Pittsburgh Opera (Flavio), The Secret Garden (Colin Craven), Mary Poppins (Michael Banks) and The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (Edmund). Mr. Nigam is a fourth grader at the Falk School.

Gracie Vensel

Gracie Vensel (Cratchit Child) is a Pittsburgh CLO Academy student making her debut in A Musical Christmas Carol. Most recently, Gracie appeared in Prime Stage Theatre's The Crucible (Betty) and Pittsburgh CLO's GYPSY (Balloon Girl). She is in 5th grade at Steenrod Elementary.

Tim Gregory (Director) is back for an eighth year directing A Musical Christmas Carol.  He is the Founding Artistic Director of Provision Theater Company in Chicago, where some of his directing credits include Provision Theater’s Jefferson Award–Nominated productions of A Christmas Carol, The Hiding Place and the critically-acclaimed production CS Lewis On Stage.

McCrae Hardy (Music Director) previously served as music director/conductor for the North Carolina Theatre in Raleigh, NC from 1984-2005 as well as numerous other theatres. Currently, he is the Conductor for The Triangle Youth Symphony. He holds the Raleigh Medal of Arts “for extraordinary achievement in the arts.”

Andrew David Ostrowski (Lighting Designer) has a host of international credits including productions in France, Scotland, Sweden, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Germany, Ireland, The Netherlands and Switzerland. National credits: The Asolo, The Arden, Madison Opera, Merrimack Rep., Virginia Stage, North Shore Music Theater, Spoleto USA, amongst others. Local credits: City Theatre, Pittsburgh Opera, Pittsburgh Public Theater, Pittsburgh Ballet, PICT, PNME, The Rep and many others.

This production features original scenery by D Martyn Bookwalter.