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IU Theatre 2013: The School for Scandal

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The School for Scandal

By Richard Brinsley Sheridan
Directed by Dale McFadden

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February 22-23, 26-March 1, 2013 @ 7:30 p.m.
March 2 @ 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

Ruth N. Halls Theatre

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The School for Scandal on our blog - 7th & Jordan

 

Synopsis

Our modern culture is obsessed with gossip and gleefully feeds on scandalous behavior. 200 years hasn’t changed a thing. Such is the way of the world. Richard Brinsley Sheridan’s comedy has been delighting audiences since its first performance in 1777, sending up a fashionable society whose wheels are greased by gossip and scandal. The School for Scandal is one class you won’t want to skip!

“Surely it is impossible for anything to be cleverer.” William Hazlitt, famed 19th century English critic

 

Cast

Cassie Alexander (Maid to lady Teazle)

Sam Barkley (Rowley)

Nicole Bruce (Mrs. Candour)

Nichole Eberle (Charles' Companion)

Jowi Estava (Maid to Lady Sneerwell)

Evelyn Gaynor (Lady Sneerwell)

Clayton Gerrard (Sir Peter Teazle)

Jackson Goldberg (Crabtree)

Alex Goodman (Charles' Companion)

Konnor Graber (Charles' Companion)

Emily Harpe (Maria)

Satsu Holmes (Maid to Lady Sneerwell)

Drew Jenkins (Sir Benjamin Backbite)

Matt J. Keeley (Trip)

Lindsey Keiser (Charles' Companion)

Ian Ketcham (Charles' Companion)

Aaron Kirkpatrick (Joseph Surface)

Josh Krause (Charles Surface)

Mara Lefler (Lady Teazle)

John Machesky (Servant to Joseph Surface)

Aryamehr Mohseni (Moses)

Andrew Nine (Charles' Companion)

Eric Sigmundsson (Snake)

Austin Wilson (Sir Oliver Surface)


Production Team

Dale McFadden (Director)

Maggie McCoy (Assistant Director)

Fred Duer (Scenic Designer)

Barbara Abbott (Costume Designer)

Derek Jones (Lighting Designer)

Amanda Wray (Sound Designer)

Bradley Shaw (Props Master)

Nicolette Apraez (Props Artisan)

Meghan Potter (Technical Director)

Victoria Scanlan (Stage Manager)

Lauren Empson (Assistant Stage Manager)

Sarah TeKolste (Assistant Stage Manager)

Nira Pullin (Period Movement Specialist)

Nancy Lipschultz (Voice, Texts, Dialects)

Adam Noble (Fight Choreographer)