JULY 5-29  |  Directed by Carl Cofield. Choreographed by Tiffany Rea-Fisher. Fight Directed by Rick Sordelet & Christian Kelly-Sordelet

With Tony Nominee Kara Young*
as Viola

 

ANNOUNCING THE CAST

J’Laney Allen
Sebastian

William DeMeritt*
Orsino

Jaylen Eashmond
Sea Captain, First Officer, understudy Sir Toby

Carson Elrod*
Sir Andrew Aguecheek

Denzel Fields*
Antonio

Kat Files+
Dancer

Israel Erron Ford*
Feste

Allen Gilmore*
Malvolio

Dennzyl Green+
Dancer

Alisa Gregory+
Dancer

Brynlie Helmich+
Assistant Choreographer / Swing

Alexandria King*
Understudy Viola & Olivia

Madelyn LaLonde+
Dancer

Anthony Lalor*
Ensemble, understudy Valentine, Sea Captain, Fabian, Antonio



Zoë Lishinsky
Understudy Maria

Cassandra Lopez*
Maria

Collin McConnell
Ensemble, understudy Sir Andrew Aguecheek

Chivas Michael*
Sir Toby



Othello Pratt, Jr.*
Valentine, Servant, Ensemble, understudy Feste

Christina Sajous*
Olivia

Donathan Walters
Fabian, Sailor, Orsino understudy, Ensemble

*denotes member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

+denotes member of EMERGE125.

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