An irreverent comedy and sequel to Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night

It’s wartime. A lowborn steward, Malvolio, has risen to the rank of general.  He is determined to seek vengeance on a cast of characters who tormented him twenty years earlier.  Malvolio encounters Volina, the daughter of Duke Orsino and Duchess Viola.  Dismayed by the apathy of her fellow nobles, Volina tries to pass as male to join the war effort.  When she falls in love with him, Malvolio is sure her ardent displays of unbridled passion and awkward love letters must be a trick.  How do we get past each other’s defenses?  Can the right kind of love heal all wounds? MALVOLIO explores the difference between revenge and redemption.

Strobe Lighting will be used during tonight’s performance.


* denotes member of Actors’ Equity Association 

Déjà Anderson-Ross

US Maria


DÉJÀ ANDERSON-ROSS is a NYC based actress. She was born and raised in the south suburbs of Chicago, IL. She has received her MFA from The Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University. Her credits include Chicken & Biscuits at Crossroads Theatre, The Equalizer, Chicago Fire, and a short film titled Pictures Only which screened at PAFF in LA and at Essence Festival. She hopes to use her art for truth telling and inspiring change.

Stephanie Berry*



Stephanie is the 2023 recipient for an OBIE Award for, Performance, for On Sugarland at New York Theatre Workshop. She was nominated for the 2023 Drama League Distinguished Performance Award for bandaged place, which premiered at the Roundabout Theatre. Other recent world premieres include: The Garden at La Jolla Playhouse, Frankenstein at Classic Stage Company, Suga In Our Wounds at Manhattan Theatre Club and Iced Out Shackled and Chained at the National Black Theater. A veteran actress of stage, television, and films, she has recurred in the TV series, Fantasy Island. Other film  credits include Before You Know It, O.G., Delivery Man, Invasion, No Reservations and Finding Forrester. Other tv credits include Luke Cage, The Last OG, Bull, Blue Bloods, Blacklist, and all the Law-and-Order Shows. She is the recipient of an OBIE for her solo show, THE SHANEEQUA CHRONICLES, the 2022 New Professional Theatre’s Award for Activism, and the 2021 League of Professional Theatre Women’s  Lee Reynold’s Award. She is a founder of  Blackberry Productions, a Harlem based Documentary Theater Company that develops works that address critical issues facing our communities.

Marcus Byers Jr.



Marcus is originally from Harlem, NY and is thrilled to be making his professional debut this summer with Classical Theatre of Harlem! Infinite love to his parents and sister, family, friends, and professors. Univ. Of Michigan School Of Music, Theatre, and Dance Class of 2025. GO BLUE!
IG: @marcccussssss

Taylor Collier



Taylor Collier is a native of Washington, DC where she trained with Dance Institute of Washington, KTM Extremes, and the Washington School of Ballet, under the direction of Rebecca Wright. In 2014, she graduated summa cum laude from the Dominican University of California/Alonzo King Lines Ballet BFA Program. She had the privilege to perform in Showboat at the San Francisco Opera, Black Nativity at the Penumbra Theater, Come Through with Bon Iver, and Guys and Dolls at the Guthrie Theater. In 2014, Taylor joined TU Dance Company and had the opportunity to perform works by Alvin Ailey, Ron K. Brown, Dwight Rhoden, Francesca Harper, Stephanie Batten Bland, Jawole Willa Jo Zollar, Marcus Willis, and Gioconda Barbuto. Taylor is a certified Pilates and Barre instructor, and a freelance artist in New York City.

John DeFilippo

US Valentin


John DeFilippo (he/him) is an actor originally from Queens, NY. Off-Broadway: The Last Night of the Oki Dog (Theatre Row). Regional: Macbeth (Cumberland Theatre), Into the Depp (Norwalk Conservatory). Equity Tour: Much Ado About Nothing, Pericles (Hip to Hip Theatre Company). Film: Intimate (Winner for Best Romantic Short – International Shorts Awards), Grandmafia. BFA, Queens College. John is honored to be making his CTH debut, bringing Shakespeare and Shakespearean sequels to all for free – as it should be!; IG: @johndefilippo16

Perri Gaffney*

Viola / US Nurse


Perri Gaffney was last seen at The Public in A Raisin in the Sun. Other credits: Shadowland, Skeleton Crew, FAMILIAR, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, The Lifespan of a Fact, Having Our Say, To Kill A Mockingbird, Steel Magnolias, Macbeth, Death and the King’s Horseman, The Resurrection of Alice, East New York, BRAINWORKS, So Close. BOOKS:The Resurrection of Alice (debut novel) Managing Artists in Pop Music, and The Business of Broadway (textbooks written with Mitch Weiss).

Paula Galloway*

Maria / US Olivia & Viola


Paula Galloway is thrilled to return to Classical Theatre of Harlem, after appearing in A Christmas Carol in Harlem. She recently starred in a revival of Mamma Decemba (New Perspectives Theater Company), and made her solo cabaret debut at 54 Below. Regional productions: As You Like It, All’s Well That Ends Well (Shakespeare on the Sound), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Much Ado about Nothing (Hudson Shakespeare), Measure for Measure (Looking Glass Theatre). Jamaica, The Colored Museum, The Wizard of Oz, & Pippin (Harlem Repertory Theatre), Seussical, The Musical (Gallery Players), Smokey Joe’s Café (Westchester Sandbox Theater), Three Questions (Samuel French Festival). Last year, she was featured in Ain’t Misbehavin’, directed by Ken Page (CCAE). Thanks to the cast & crew of Malvolio, thank you to Jason, Benjamin, and my family & friends for their love and support. SUPPORT LIVE THEATER!

Allen Gilmore*



Allen reprises the role of Malvolio from last year’s production of TWELFTH NIGHT and the remount at Skirball Center. He was previously seen in December as Scrooge in A SHERLOCK CAROL at New World Stages. He has played great roles across the US and Canada including Othello, Iago, several roles in the August Wilson cycle, Cyrano De Bergerac, Ichabod Crane, Aaron the Moor, Hamm in ENDGAME, Vladimir in WAITING FOR GODOT, and many Commedia Dell’Arte shows among many others. Allen is a 2015 Lunt-Fontanne Fellow, a 2015 3Arts Prize recipient, a 2019 Nicholas Ruddall Prize recipient, a proud ensemble member of Congo Square Theater Company, and a US Army Infantry veteran. Originally from Houston, he dedicates these performances to his family who travels from all parts of the country to support him. Allen seeks New York representation.

Matthew J Harris*



Matthew J. Harris – Off-broadway credits: DOWNSTATE, A Midsummer Nights Dream, She Calls Me Firefly. Regional: King Lear, IN THE HEIGHTS, Milk Like Sugar, TOPDOG/UNDERDOG, Romeo and Juliet, Tartuffe, and more. TV: Person of Interest, Blindspot, Blue Bloods, Search Party, The Endgame, Fleishman is in Trouble. BFA from Rutgers UniversityMason Gross.

Brynlie Helmich



Originally from Arizona, Brynlie moved to New York City in 2017 to join Elisa Monte Dance, now known as EMERGE125, and under the direction of Tiffany Rea-Fisher, Brynlie has performed at venues such as the National Gallery of Art, SummerStage, The Flea Theater, and New York Fashion Week with designer Paola Hernandez. Brynlie was also cast in The Classical Theatre of Harlem’s productions of Antigone, The Bacchae, and Seize The King. Brynlie then joined the Steps on Broadway Conservatory to perform the works of Janice Rosario, Billy Griffin, and Robert LaFosse (Jerome Robbins’ Opus Jazz) and studied with choreographers such as Al Blackstone, Nicholas Palmquist, Max Stone, and Patti Wilcox.
Brynlie was Assistant Choreographer for two Victoria’s Secret projects with Irene Ashu, and Movement Director for the 100% recyclable shoe brand, Thousand Fell.

Most recently, Brynlie was the Assistant Choreographer and Swing in The Classical Theatre of Harlem’s NYT’s Critic’s Pick, Twelfth Night, and returned for their revival at the NYU Skirball Center in February, 2023. In June, she performed in Broadway Bares, fundraising for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. She is thrilled to return to Illyria for her 5th production with CTH in MALVOLIO. @brynlie_

Marjorie Johnson*



Marjorie Johnson is thrilled to be making her Classical Theatre of Harlem Debut. Ms. Johnson has created and recreated a wide range of characters across the country and abroad. Most recently she portrayed Ruthie Mimms in The World Premiere of Kyle Bass’s TENDER RAIN at Syracuse Stage. Some of her other favorite roles include Lena Younger in RAISIN IN THE SUN at The Sharon Playhouse in Sharon , Ct.,  Rose in THE LAST  ROMANCE at The New Theatre & Restaurant in Kansas City, MO.  Dotty in Colman Domingo’s DOT at the Vineyard Theatre in New York City which garnered her the Lead Actress AUDELCO Award. The Candy Lady in Katori Hall’s HOODOO LOVE at the Cherry Lane Theatre which won her the Best Supporting Actress AUDELCO Award. Mrs. Antrobus in THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH at The Delaware Theatre Co. in Wilmington in which she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for the Philadelphia Critics Award, M. THE MANDELA SAGA by Laurence Holder portraying Winnie Mandela winning her The Lead actress AUDELCO Award, and Sojourner Truth & Zora Neale Hurston in THE PEN & THE PODIUM at The Edinburgh Festival in Scotland.  Some of her TV and Film roles include the upcoming film Rob Peace,  Armageddon Time, Modern Love, Bull, Sneaky Pete, Mozart in the Jungle, Nurse Jackie, The Leftovers, Law & Order: SVU, and American Gangster.

Kineta Kunutu*



Kineta Kunutu (she/her) is a New York-based actor originally from Johannesburg, South Africa. Favorite theater credits include: Slave Play U/S (Center Theatre Group), But I Cd Only Whisper (The Flea) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival); TV credits include Citidal, The Blacklist and The Good Fight. Kineta is an alumna of the Yale School of Drama—where her credits include Romeo & Juliet, Trojan Women, If Pretty Hurts Ugly Must Be a Muhfucka, Mies Julie, and In the Red and Brown Water—and the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. In addition to her screen and stage work, Kineta is also a voice actor, yoga instructor and teaching artist.

René Thornton Jr.*



René has performed professionally in all of the plays in Shakespeare’s Folio. Recently he was seen in as Chorus in Henry V at Orlando Shakes and in his 6th season at the Utah Shakespeare Festival as Kent in King Lear and Alonso in The Tempest. He has also been seen at the REP at University of Delaware as John Proctor in The Crucible; Old Globe—Leonato in Much Ado about Nothing, Antonio in The Tempest; American Shakespeare Center (14 years, 118 productions) favorite roles there include Timon, Lear, Leontes, Benedick, Faustus, Othello, Coriolanus, Jack in The Importance of Being Earnest, Valmont in Les Liasons Dangereuse. Awards and Nominations – Falstaff Awards—Best Principal Performance Male (nominee), Timon; San Diego Theater Critics Award—Best Dramatic Production, A Doll’s House, Part 2. He has his MFA from PTTP University of Delaware and BFA from ATP at the University of Utah. Member of Actors’ Equity Association.

Valériane Louisy



Valériane Louisy Louis Joseph, a native of the French Caribbean, graduated from The Ailey School in 2018. She has performed works by renowned choreographers such as Darrell Moultrie, Ephrat Asherie, Darshan Singh Bhuller, Amy Hall, Earl Mosley, and Chester Whitmore, among others. Valériane was a member of Ronald K. Brown’s EVIDENCE A Dance Company and furthered her career as part of the dance ensemble in the Broadway production of The Lion King in Paris. Most recently she has appeared in singer songwriter Omah Lay’s « SOSO » music video choreographed by Izzy Odigie and is currently dancing with Jamel Gaines Creative Outlet, RudduR Dance.

Tony Macht*

Valentin / Ensemble / US Curious


Tony Macht (Valentin) Off Broadway: The Sasquatch Rituals (The Kitchen), The Shadow of a Gunman (NYU), A Streetcar Named Desire (Mister Rogers). TV/Film: At Home with Amy Sedaris, Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, After-Class. MFA from NYU. Tony is thrilled to be making his Classical Theater of Harlem debut.

Collin McConnell

Curious / US Fool


Collin is thrilled to return to CTH after making his debut with the company last year in Twelfth Night. Other favorite credits include Guildenstern in Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead, Macbeth/Lady Macbeth in Macbeth, and Hal/Henry V in 1 & 2 Henry IV and Henry V in rep, all with Adirondack Shakespeare Company, and originating Ace in Mallory Jane Weiss’s Pony Up. As a playwright, his work has been developed at The Lark, Cherry Lane, Stable Cable, IRT, and The Wild Project. His one act, Dancing Shoes, recently won Best Play at the Queens Short Play Festival. All the love to his incredibly supportive partner, Simone, and his incredibly floofy rabbit, Rhino.

JD Mollison*

Prince Furtado


J.D. Mollison: CTH Debut! Past productions: OCTET, (Signature Theater NYC, Berkeley Rep), X OR BETTY SHABAZZ VS. THE NATION (The Acting Company), black odyssey (CalShakes), MOBY DICK (A.R.T.), A WINTER’S TALE (Public Works DTC), VENICE (N.Y. Public Theater), A CIVIL WAR CHRISTMAS (NYTW), LES MISERABLES (Broadway Revival), JULIUS CAESAR (The Acting Company), THE BOX (The Foundry), IPHIGENIA 2.0 (Signature Theater), GREATER ANGELS (EPbB), AVENUE X (Dreamlight), MONSTROSITY (13P), JELLY’S LAST JAM (Alliance Theatre, Suzi Bass Award). Audio: HANDS UP (National Black Theater), KING LEAR (PlayOn Podcasts) TV/Film:” Godfather of Harlem”, “Shameless,” “Madam Secretary,” “SVU”, “Shades of Blue,” “The Snare”. “Training: Carnegie Mellon University.

John-Andrew Morrison*

King Chadlio


John-Andrew Morrison is thrilled to be back at Classical Theater of Harlem. Previous CTH credits The Blacks – A Clown Show, Caligula with Andre DeSheildsand Ain’t Supposed To Die A Natural Death. John-Andrew is a TONY Award Nominee, a Lucille Lortel and OBIE Award Winner for the Pulitzer Prize and TONY Award winning musical A Strange Loop. He is also an Outer Critics Circle Honoree for Blues for an Alabama Sky with KEEN Company Off Broadway. BA from Brandeis University and an MFA from UC San Diego with a residency at La Jolla Playhouse. John-Andrew hails from Kingston, Jamaica.

CB Murray*

Father Topas / US Malvolio & King Chadlio


A multi-hyphenated artist earning a BA with a Concentration in Social Justice from SUNY Empire State College as a Director, Composer, Writer, Producer and Performer. CB has performed twice on Broadway, numerous times Off-Broadway, on TV and in films. He has received ADULCO nominations for acting, writing, and choreography. Has received awards from: SMPS (Society of Marketing Professionals Services) and the US Army Corps of Engineers as a teaching artist, awarded the 2015 Union City, New Jersey, Artist of the Year Award, won for Best Play in Annual NYC Short Play Festival in 2020, and won Best Screenplay in the 2020 Harlem Film Festival. This is CB’s fifth production with his beloved CTH family. @cbm4th

Al-nisa Petty*

US Volina


Al-nisa Petty is an actor and voiceover artist from Newark, New Jersey. Credit’s include: On Strivers Row (Metropolitan Playhouse), Twelfth Night (The Acting Company), A Raisin in the Sun (TheatreWorks Colorado Springs), School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play (Berkeley Rep), SLUT, The Play (NJPAC), KIN (WP Theatre), and Joe Turner’s Come and Gone (Huntington Theatre Company). Al-nisa studied at Shakespeare’s Globe in London, and received a BFA in Acting from Rutgers University.

Nathan M. Ramsey*

Sebastian / US Orsino & Prince Furtado


Nathan is thrilled to make his debut at The Classical Theatre of Harlem! As a proud Afro-Latino and Bronx native, bringing this play to this community is a dream come true. Recent credits include the world premiere of Suzan-Lori Parks’ Plays for the Plague Year (The Public Theater), The Tempest (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), A Christmas Carol (People’s Light) amongst others. Nathan is a graduate of the MFA Acting program at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Love to Courtney for all her patience, love, and support. Phillipians 4:13.

Duane Shabazz

Ensemble / US Sir Toby Belch & Sebastian


Duane Shabazz, hailing from Detroit, MI and graduate from NYU Grad Acting. He is making his theatre debut here in New York. His mission as an artist is to engage and inspire the next generation of underprivileged people working to break family curses.

David Ryan Smith*

Sir Toby Belch


Broadway: One Man Two Guvnors, Passing Strange. Off Broadway: Arden of Faversham (Lortel Theater); Candida (Theater Row) Epiphany (Lincoln Center); Merry Wives, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Henry V, Twelfth Night, Romeo and Juliet, The Comedy of Errors, Pericles (Public Theater/NYSF); Where We Stand (Women’s Project); Passage (Soho Rep); The Death of the Last Black Man in the Whole Entire World (Signature Theater Company); Mankind (Playwrights Horizons); Gone Missing (City Center Encores!); The Glory of the World (BAM);  Marat/Sade (Classical Theater of Harlem). Regional: Berkeley Rep, Rep of Saint Louis, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Barrington Stage Company, American Conservatory Theater, Dallas Theater Center, California Shakespeare Theater, among others. Film: Relay, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Medal of Victory, Bee Season. Other Credits: Member of Project Number One at Soho Rep for the 2020/21 Season and serves on the Acting Faculty at The Playwrights Horizon’s School/NYU.

Jonathan McClinton Smith



Jonathan Smith comes to NYC, and to the Classical Theater of Harlem, after having spent three years with Celebrity Cruises as a dancer and aerialist. He has had the privilege of being able to dance with a myriad of different companies and in different venues. He has danced with Step Afrika!, The 7 Fingers, Telemundo, Cirque du Soleil’s Cirque Dreams, Les Farfadais, and many more. Smith’s dance journey began under the guidance of Terrance Henderson in 2009, progressing from an apprentice dancer to Henderson’s primary assistant and professional artistic collaborator. He has contributed to the premieres of three works by Henderson, including “The Black Man…Complex,” “RUINS” (part of the Incubator Series at Harbison Theater), and the children’s theater production “SHINE.” Smith has also made a mark in the film industry, appearing as a featured dancer in the award-winning short film “Rising” by Ron Hagell.

Timothy Wilson



Born and raised in Southern California, Timothy grew up performing throughout his childhood. After graduating high school, Timothy was accepted on a dance scholarship to The Edge Performing Arts Center in Hollywood, CA.
His credits include: Tokyo Disney, Hairspray at The Hollywood Bowl, The Jay Leno Show, Dr. Oz, Co-Star roll on GLEE, The Jungle Book on Broadway, In The Heights, The Grammy Awards, Diggy Simmons (music video), “A Jazz Man’s Blues” Tyler Perry and Cleopatra (Off Broadway). Since 2017, Timothy has traveled to India to teach dance and also became certified in yoga.



Betty Shamieh



Betty Shamieh is the Mellon Foundation Playwright in Residence at the Classical Theatre of Harlem and
the author of fifteen plays. Her productions include AGAIN AND AGAINST (Playhouse Theater of
Stockholm), THE BLACK EYED (New York Theatre Workshop & Theatre Fournos), CHOCOLATE IN HEAT (The Tank), FIT FOR A QUEEN (Classical Theatre of Harlem), THE MACHINE (Naked Angels), THE STRANGEST
(The Semitic Root), TERRITORIES (EU Capital of Culture Festival), and ROAR (The New Group).  She was
awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship for Drama in 2016. A graduate of Harvard College and the Yale School
of Drama, Shamieh was named a UNESCO Young Artist for Intercultural Dialogue and Radcliffe Playwriting
Fellow. Recently, she received an Advancing Culture Change grant from Noor Theatre with support from
Pop Culture Collab to adapt ROAR into a tv pilot and was a Denning Visiting Artist at Stanford. Her works
have been translated into seven languages. Shamieh’s debut novel will be published by Avid Reader Press,
an imprint of Simon & Schuster, in 2025.  Follow her on Facebook, Tiktok, Twitter or Instagram
@bettyshamieh. To receive a free e-book of an unpublished play by Betty Shamieh, sign up for her e-

Ian Belknap



Ian Belknap’s stage productions have played on tour in small towns and large cities in 48 States, Off-Broadway, and at many of the U.S.’s leading resident theaters. He has directed and produced a wide range of dramatic literature, including new plays by Marcus Gardley, Nambi E. Kelley, John Guare, Beth Henley, Rebecca Gilman, and Jeffrey Hatcher; revivals of the plays of John Steinbeck, George Bernard Shaw, Tom Stoppard, Seán O’Casey, and 15 of William Shakespeare’s plays in some 25 productions. 

He has enjoyed directing many emerging actors at New York University, Grad Acting, and The Juilliard School. 

His work has been recognized by Lortel, Drama League, and Audelco Awards. Ian was the Artistic Director of the Tony Award-winning theater, The Acting Company, from 2012-2022. In concert with their 50th anniversary, he authored a history book: The Acting Company in Five Acts: 1972-2022. 

Ty Jones



NAACP and OBIE Award Winner, Ty Jones, assumed CTH’s artistic and organizational management in 2009 after the financial crisis nearly forced the organization’s closing. Under his leadership, CTH stabilized its finances, grew its donor base and expanded its programming and community-based initiatives.  Mr. Jones envisioned and launched CTH’s Uptown Shakespeare in the Park series in 2013, initiated an Uptown meets Downtown collaboration program, implemented CTH’s free monthly Literary Series to support playwrights of color and created educational programs for Harlem youth. In addition, Mr. Jones has assembled an exceptional board and staff and developed an organizational template for similar sized arts organizations to potentially replicate for their own stability.

Artistic credits include: Broadway: The Great Society, ENRON, Judgement at Nuremberg, Julius Caesar, Henry IV; Classical Theatre of Harlem: The Blacks, Macbeth, Antigone, Henry V, Emancipation; Regional: American Shakespeare Theatre Company, Baltimore Center Stage, Guthrie Theatre; Film: Clifford The Big Red Dog, The Taking of Pelham 123, Redacted; TV: POWER, Blacklist, Chicago PD, Madam Secretary. He earned his MFA from the University of Delaware’s Professional Theatre Training Program.

Dell Howlett



Dell Howlett is a New York based Virginia born Choreographer/Director and the proud son of an educator and veteran. Selected Directing/Choreography: Malvolio (Classical Theatre of Harlem, NY), Something to Live For: The Billy Strayhorn Musical (upcoming World Premiere, Pittsburgh Public Theatre, PA), Toni Stone (Alliance Theatre, GA and Milwaukee Repertory, WI) It Came From Outer Space (Chicago Shakespeare, IL), R&H Cinderella (Alabama Shakespeare Festival, AL), Guys and Dolls (Ford’s Theatre, Washington DC), Paradise Square (Associate to Bill T. Jones, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, CA), Guys and Dolls (Guthrie Theater MN), The Wiz (Ford’s Theater, Washington DC), WigOut (Studio Theater, Washington DC),  CA Lyons Project (Alliance Theater,  Suzi Bass Award Winner, GA),The Legend of Georgia McBride (Marin Theater Company, SF), Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court (The Acting Company NY), Broadway Inspirational Voices (Foxwoods Theater, NY), Is Anybody Listening? (Sheen Center NY).  Dell is Co-Head of Dance at NYU/Tisch School of the Arts in the Department of Drama’s New Studio on Broadway. He dedicates this work and every work to his muse, his husband, Aaron. Dell is represented by Gersh Agency. SDCFA

Christopher & Justin Swader

Scenic Designer


Christopher and Justin Swader are New York-based scenic designers for theatre and live events. Previous designs include collaborations with: Dallas Theater Center, Two River Theater, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Everyman Theatre, Miami New Drama, Dorset Theatre Festival, Lincoln Center Education, Red Bull Theater, Fiasco Theater, Classical Theatre of Harlem, Abingdon Theatre Company, John W. Engeman Theatre, Kitchen Theatre Company, The New School for Drama, Luna Stage, IBEX Puppetry, National Black Theatre, Sotheby’s, 3LD, Cherry Lane Theatre, La MaMa, Manhattan School of Music, Park Avenue Armory, Trusty Sidekick, Mason Holdings, Shadowland Stages, Company One, SpeakEasy Stage Company, ArtsEmerson. Collaborations with A$AP Rocky, Sotheby’s, Big Apple Circus, National Geographic.

They are recipients of a Lucille Lortel Award nomination, 4 Henry Hewes Design Award nominations, AUDELCO Award, IRNE Award & Carbonell Award. Their design for Crane: On Earth, in Sky was exhibited at the 2019 Prague Quadrennial.  Originally from Indiana, they are graduates of Ball State University. Members of United Scenic Artists, Local 829.

Celeste Jennings

Costume Designer


Celeste Jennings is a playwright and costume designer. Using the language of her family, she quilts love songs for Black folks. She loves to incorporate her unique perspective into her work and is particularly motivated to uplift and protect Black women as a writer and designer. Her dream projects evoke the past, present, and future and remind Black women that they are loved, that they’re soft, powerful, capable of resting, deserving of liberation, and that they are everything- that they always have been. Most recently, her play ‘Bov Water was produced at Northern Stage, and she developed another play with music, Contentious Woman, with PlayCo. Current design work includes Finding Freedom at the Charleston Gailliard Center, and Fat Ham at Huntington Theatre and The Alliance. She’s grateful to her community of friends, family, and mentors for encouraging and uplifting her work and is incredibly happy to work on Malvolio.

Alan C. Edwards

Lighting Designer



Alan C. Edwards’ work includes the world premieres of Harry Clarke (The Vineyard), Kill Move Paradise (National Black Theatre), and The Hot Wing King by Katori Hall (Signature Theatre NYC, winner of the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for Drama). His regional design work includes: Sally & Tom (world premier by Suzan-Lori Parks at The Guthrie Theatre), Pipeline and Skeleton Crew (Actors Theatre of Louisville), and Paradise Blue and the new musical Lights Out: Nat King Cole (Geffen Playhouse). Additional credits include productions of Anna Deavere Smith’s Twilight: Los Angeles 1992 (Signature Theatre & American Repertory Theatre), Smith’s Fires in the Mirror (Signature Theatre), Twelfth Night (Classical Theatre of Harlem), Bluebird Memories featuring rap-artist Common (Audible Theatre) and Baldwin and Buckley at Cambridge by Greig Sargeant and the NY-based theatre company Elevator Repair Service. Edwards’ has been honored with awards and nominations for the Lucille Lortel, Drama Desk, and Henry Hewes awards. His work in dance includes Where We Dwell and Chasing Magic by tap-dancer Ayodele Casel), Rhythm Is Life by Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards, and most recently a new ballet titled Lifted choreographed by Christopher Rudd for American Ballet Theatre. On Broadway he was the associate to renowned lighting designer Jennifer Tipton on The Testament of Mary. He is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama, where he is also an assistant professor of lighting.

Frederick Kennedy

Composer & Sound Designer


Frederick Kennedy is a Canadian-American sound designer, musician, and composer. Previous work with Classical Theatre of Harlem includes Twelfth Night, Seize the King, and The Bacchae. Other recent work includes It’s a Wonderful Life, a Live Radio Play (Hartford Stage), The Power of the Dog (Juilliard), The Folks at Home, Richard & Jane & Dick & Sally (Baltimore Center Stage), This Bitter Earth, American Son, Fully Committed, The River (Hartford TheaterWorks), Kisses Through the Glass (audio play for Two River Theater), The Forbidden City (audio play for Lincoln Center Theatre), Native Son (Acting Company, Off-Broadway), and Father Comes Home from the Wars, Parts 1, 2, and 3 (American Conservatory Theater). In addition to theatrical design, he has worked for more than two decades as a jazz drummer, appearing on dozens of recordings and touring throughout North America and Europe, as well as to parts of South America, the Caribbean, and the South Pacific. Faculty, University of Minnesota Department of Theatre Arts and Dance; member United Scenic Artists, Local 829; MFA, Yale School of Drama.

Zavier Augustus Lee Taylor

Video Designer & Animator


Zavier Augustus Lee Taylor is a multimedia artist and designer with a focus on interactive and impactful video design for live performances. He has a passion for the hands-on creation of new work. Zavier specializes in the creation of Experimental artwork, Motion Graphics, Short films, Videography, Photo-editing, and interactive media systems. His work has seen stages at The Apollo Theater, The Guthrie, Playmakers’ Repertory Company, GEVA Theatre, McCarter Theatre, Theater J, The Classical Theater of Harlem, Arena Stage, Baltimore Centerstage, Keegan Theatre, and Studio Theatre. Zavier also operates a multimedia production company known as ZALT Productions. ZALT Productions Is a creative entity that enables people and businesses to realize their potential through design. Zavier is eager to connect with and build a network of creatives locally (DMV), nationally, and abroad. Learn more about Zavier and his previous work by searching #ZALTproductions.
YouTube: @zaltproductions
Instagram: @zaltslaw

Alexander Wylie

Properties Designer


ALEXANDER WYLIE (Properties Manager) Broadway: Fat Ham, Into the Woods, Broadway Backwards 2023 – 2019. Off-Broadway: Richard III, Merry Wives (Shakespeare in the Park), Plays for the Plague Year, The Vagrant Trilogy, Ain’t No Mo’ (The Public), Light in the Piazza, Parade, Into the Woods (New York City Center), Black Odyssey, A Man of No Importance (Classic Stage Company), Bernarda’s Daughters (The New Group), This Land Was Made (The Vineyard Theatre), Amahl and the Night Visitors (Onsite Opera), I’m Revolting (The Atlantic),Twilight: Los Angeles 1992 (Signature Theatre), ONCE UPON A (korean) TIME, The Chinese Lady (Ma-Yi). Film: TROY. MFA: UNC School of the Arts.

Earon Nealey

Hair & Makeup Designer


Broadway: Macbeth, Chicken & Biscuits, Sweat. The Public: Baldwin & Buckley…, Fat Ham, Cullud Wattah, Mojada. Other design: Dames at Sea, Kinky Boots, The Last Supper, Twelfth Night, On Killing, Little Girl Blue, …Meet Vera Stark, Matilda, On Sugarland, Nina Simone: Four Women, Once on This Island, Little Women, Cadillac Crew, Twelfth Night.

Brandon JonesMooney

Assistant Director

Taylor Collier

Associate Choreographer

Jasmine Lewis

Assistant Costume Designer

Maaz Ahmed

Assistant Lighting Designer

Tye Hunt Fitzgerald

Associate Sound Designer

Rachel Kennery

Assistant Props Designer

Sara Decker

Costume Supervisor


Jessica Forella*

Production Stage Manager


Jessica Forella (Production Stage Manager): Favorite past credits include: Twelfth Night (Classical Theatre of Harlem), Fun Home (Victory Gardens Theater), The Polar Express (Rail Events Productions), The Hound of the Baskervilles (Theatre-Hikes), Numbers Nerds (CPA Theatricals), Million Dollar Quartet (Norwegian Cruise Lines, Oregon Cabaret Theatre), Burn the Floor (Norwegian Cruise Lines), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (RWCMD), A Small Oak Tree Runs Red (Congo Square Theatre), and Sondheim on Sondheim (Porchlight Music Theatre)

Mary Kate Baughman*

Stage Manager


Mary Kate Baughman (Stage Manager) Credits: shadow/land (The Public Theater), Asi Wind’s Inner Circle (KGM Theatrical), Midnight In The Garden of Good and Evil Reading, (Foresight Theatrical), Memnon Reading (The Classical Theatre of Harlem), Space Nunz of the Rescue Mainframe (Hook & Eye Theater), Why Did Desdemona Love the Moor? (Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival), The Neverland (Illinois Theatre), Monet’s Garden (Evan Bernardin Productions), Production Assistant (IMCD Lighting). Education: BFA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Eszter Zádor

Assistant Stage Manager


Born and raised in Hungary. National Tour: Oklahoma. Off-Broadway: All the Lonely Women (Rattlestick Theater). Off-off Broadway: A Barn Play. Budapest: Doll’s House Part II, Lions in Winter. Education: MFA, Columbia University. Love and thanks to my family!


Ty Jones

Producing Artistic Director

Michael Windham

General Manager

Kyle Gates

Director of Production

Brett Hofford

General Management Associate

Alberto Ruiz

Associate Production Manager

Rebecca Schafer

Assistant Production Manager

Maggie Benedict

COVID Safety Manager & Production Administrator

Larry Williams

Technical Director

Edward Massari


Jimmy Dewhurst

Co-Production Electrician

Shawn Salick

Co-Production Electrician

Noah Phillips

Audio Engineer

Matt Covey

Audio Technician

Andrew Hienz

Production Audio

Paul Orama

Wardrobe Supervisor

Maya Faye Gordon

Wardrobe Associate

Courtney Horry

Wardrobe Associate

Candida Nichols

Wardrobe Associate

April Tilles

Hair & Wardrobe Assistant

Joe Edmundson

Deck Carpenter

John King

Deck Carpenter

Cooper Mulderry

Deck Carpenter

Chance Wall

Props Run Crew

Jared Coffin

New England Scenic

Paul Smith

Head of Security


Ty Jones

Producing Artistic Director

Carl Cofield

Associate Artistic Director

Michael Windham

General Manager

Chesray Dolpha

Director of Education and Community Engagement

Penn Genthner

Director of Development

Alessandro Chillé

Director of Marketing

Kyle Gates

Director of Production

Alexis Marnel

Development Manager

Sydney Williams

Database Manager

Stacey Scott

Education Coordinator

Rosemary Hahn

Business Associate

Betty Shamieh

Mellon Foundation Playwright in Residence

Shawn René Graham

Director of Literary Programs

Board of Directors

Patrick A. Bradford


Dr. Terri Cooper

Vice Chair

Brad Bender


Andre Braugher


Ethan Hawke


Joseph Johnson


Ty Jones


Carol Kaplan


Jason Delane Lee


Kelli Payne


Sue Suh


Special Thanks

Carey King * Uptown Grand Central
Lailani Gibson * Uptown Grand Central
Jason Beltre * On Point Harm Reduction
Yumiko Ikuta * Divison of Mental Health and Hospitals
Tyrell Greene * El Barrio Operation Fightback
Michelle Bishop * Harlem Needle Arts
Mount Morris Park Community Improvement Association (MMPCIA)
Dr. Kamilah Ali * Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine
Maureen Fox * Childrens Health Fund
“Amy K. Herbert * Columbia University College of Dental Medicine”
Rosalia Lowe * Columbia University College of Dental Medicine
Bianah Roykh * Columbia University College of Dental Medicine
Marissa Mack * Community Board 11
Eleanor Goldhar
Harlem Haberdashery
Harlem Shake
Monkey Cup
Institute of American Musical Theatre
Peach Medical Sourcing
Gibson Entertainment Services

Vending Partners

Creole Soul
Greensicle Pop
Brazen Flavas
Harlem Hoopz
Museum Mile Art
MKT 116
Rica’s Tacos
Campbell & Carr
Angel Rays Designs
Top 3! Games
Uptown Veg
Arabella by Mansour
Aya Hand Fans
Harlem Needle Arts
Lady Lexis Kitchen
Green Handle 365

Community Activation Partners

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Support Provided by:


Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Baisley Powell Elebash Foundation
Coalition of Theatres of Color
Diana King Memorial Fund presented by the Charles & Lucille King Family Foundation
Ford Foundation
Howard Gilman Foundation
Jerome L. Greene Foundation
MacMillan Foundation


$50,000 – $99,999

Bank of America
Booth Ferris Foundation
Harlem Community Development Corporation
Josef & Anni Albers Foundation
Rubin Ladd Foundation
SHS Foundation
Shubert Foundation


$25,000 – $49,999

Arts Midwest: Shakespeare in American Communities
Cornelia T. Bailey Foundation
Mental Insight Foundation
Miranda Family Fund
New York Community Trust/Mosaic Network & Fund
NYC Women’s Fund
Scherman Foundation
Tiger Baron Foundation
Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone
Venturous Theatre Fund, a fund of the Tides Foundation


$10,000 – $24,999

Black Rock Gives
Casement Fiund
Fan Fox & Leslie R. Samuels Foundation
Harlem Grown
Jarvis & Constance Doctorow Foundation
Jenny Johnson Family Foundation
Loeb & Loeb
Shakespeare Theatre Association
United Parcel Service
West Harlem Development Corporation


$5,000 – $9,999

Aegon Transamerica
American Theatre Wing: Ross Wetzsteon Award
Axe-Houghton Foundation
Columbus Foundation
Con Edison
Fordi Family Foundation
Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation
Hitz Foundation / Play On Shakespeare
Hyde & Watson Foundation
Lucille Lortel Foundation
Michael Tuch Foundation
Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation
Nikko Asset Management


$1,000 – $4,999

Angelson Family Foundation
Laura B. Vogler Foundation
New York Community Trust
Rainbow Sandals Foundation
Richenthal Foundation
TCG / Fox Foundation Resident Actor Fellowship
Van Deusen Family Fund


Public Support

National Endowment for the Arts
New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature
New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council
New York City Coalition of Theatres of Color
New York City Cultural After School Adventures (CASA) Program
New York City Cultural Immigration Initiative
Manhattan Cultural Tourism Grant
Harlem Community Development Corporation
Mid-Atlantic Arts Regional Resilience Fund


Local Business Support

Sisters Caribbean Cuisine
Sugar Hill Creamery
The Cliffs At Harlem
Sido Grill
Dominican Beauty
Tito’s BBQ
Juke Box Juice and Salads
Harlem Animal Hospital
Central Park Organic Deli & Grocery
Boulevard Bistro
Red Rooster
Uptown Wine Pantry
Teamwork Juices
Perfect Brows
Akademia Driving School
Maison Harlem
The Craftsman
Pet Market
Amity Hall
Crepes on Columbus
Martin Brothers Wine
Precious Paws Animal Spa
Harlemite Restaurant
Harlem Corner Social
Harlem Tavern
La Salle Dumpling House
Charles Pan-fried Chicken
The Fox
Taino Fast Way Deli and Grocer


Individual Support

The Classical Theatre of Harlem is deeply grateful to the following individuals for their generous support over the past year, without which our FREE performances this month would not be possible. If your name is missing from this list, or you would like to make a gift to support great free outdoor theatre, please contact Penn Genthner, Director Development at

David Aaron

Beverly Abisogun

Anna Aboody

Leah Abraham

Robert Ackerman

Kaneland Acres

Frederica Adelmen

Muni Ahlawat

Romeo Ahohe

Elizabeth Ahten

Yolanda Alford

Rosemary Almonte

Meghan Altidor

Freya Alugas

Marilyn Ambrose

Amanda Ameer

Barbara Ammirati

Margaret Andersen

Stephanie Anderson

Julian Andrews

Cate Andrews

Rachel Antman

Eric Apple

Katherine Kelly Apple

Jordan Aragon

Roger Arar

Amaryah Armstrong

Heather Aspegren

Denise Atherley

Remy Auberjonois

Kelly AuCoin

Katherine Austin

Paulette Austin

Michelle Avallone

David Averbach

Jimmy Baez

Dr. Kathleen Bakarich

Elizabeth Bakarich

Ashtin Ballard

Craig Balsam

Jaccob Balter

Edoardo Balzani

Gerald Bamman

Lopa Banerjee

Marcellius Banks

Alessandro Barchiesi

Joel Barciauskas

Caroline Barnard

Olivia Barnwell

Aileen-Marie Barry

Jacob Bastian

Steven Beck

Sarah Beling

Michael Bell

Amanda Bell

Michael Beller

Judith Bellis

Carolyn Benbow

Brad Bender

Wayne Benjamin

Katie Benn

Yvonne Benn

Jeffrey Berger

Jennifer Berger

Monique Bernier

Tina Berry

Benjamin Betik

Maryellen Betterton

Thomas Betz

Victor Bevilacqua

Joshua Billings

Regina Black Middleton

Garvin Blake

Jessica Blake

Shaquina Blake

Eliana Blancas

William Bland

Erin Blaz

Carolyn Bloomberg-O’Brien

Christal Blue

Valerie Bobalek

Carroll Bogert

Keith Bolden

Jane Bolgatz

Susan Bolotin

Mogolodi Bond

Harold Booker

Jason Bornstein

Simon Boughton

Martin Bowman

Alice Boyne

Kevin Bracey

Katie Braden

Patrick Bradford

Valerie Bradley

Andre Braugher

Shane Breakie

Andrea Brecker

Amy Briskin

Amanda Briskin-Wallace

Juan Brizuela

Tuesday P. Brooks

Sonya Brooks-White

Alisa Brot

Carol Brown

Bryan Brown

Ashley Brown

Charles Browning

Alexandra Bryan

Gloria Buccieri

Alexis Budzyn

Marleen Buelinckx

Dahniel Buie

Gary Bullard

Patrick Burden

Kelly Burdick

Andréa and Peter Burns Flynn

Denise Burse Fernandez

Catherine Bush

Melba Butler

Erin Byrne

Gay Byron

Kassandra Campbell

Enea Canaj

Mark Canavera

Tom Cannon

Isis Cantrell

Lauren Carel

Daniel B. Carlton

Cynthia Carr-Johnson

Lynn Cartwright-Punnett

Stefano Cataldi

Mary-Lynn Cesar

Kristina Chacko

Susan Chalfin

Daniel Chameides

Jennifer Chapin

Rene Chapman

Ruth Chapman

Jesse Chevan

Yi-Ting Chiang

Sarah Chifici

Rebecca Choudhury

Margaret-Ellen Christensen

Kaelyn Cincotta

Anne Clark

Patty Clark

Marjorie Clarke

Marguerite Cleary

Nancy Clipper

Andrew Cohen

Cynthia Cohen

Jordana Cohen

Ashley Collins

Elizabeth Collins

Victor Colmenares

Lizette Colon

Lesley Cook

Madeline Cook

Dries Cools

Kenneth Cooper

Dr. Terri Cooper

Dennis Corbett

Gregory Corbino

T. Richard Corcoran

Mary Anne Cosentini

Phyllis Costanza

Susan Cowell

Leslie Cox III

Philip Crabbe

Annie Craig

Kimberley Crockett

Erik Crouch

Brian Crowley

Teonilda Cruz

Traci Cummings

Alison Cummins

Sarah Cunningham

Steven Czajkowski

Rosi DaCosta

Carmen Lamar Daehler

Jake Daehler

Stevie Ray Dallimore

Ziev Dalsheim-Kahane

Jillian Damiani

Langston Darby

Misha Davies

Lynne Davies

Ricky Davii

G. Jean Davis

Dr. L. Askia Davis

Telli Davoodi

Graeme Daykin

Frank De Canio

Peter Dean

Christine Denham

Edward Dew

Monica Diaz McMillan

Michael DiBenedetti

Elizabeth DiCandilo

Tal Dickstein

Tracey Diebold

Karen Diggs

Peter Dingilian

Genevieve Dinouart

Carol Diuguid

Brenda Dix

Deneen Donnley

Vincent Dotoli

Elasea Douglas

Danielle Dowler

Vanessa Drake-Johnson

Selini Drakos

Helen Drivas

Peter Drivas

Katherine Dunham

Lauren Dwyer

Cicely Dyson

Alice Eckstein

Kerry Edelstein

Joseph Egan

Aliza Ehrlich

Gary Eisenkraft

John Eisner

Tim Eliot

Raphael P. Elkind

Sylvia Ellerson

Sam Ellis

Sophie Ellman-Golan

Michelle Emeh

Eugene Eodriguez

April Epps Palmieri

Jeanne Epstein

Susan Epstein

Katie Ericson

Emily Erstling

Ryan Ervin

Susan Estes

Heather Etchevers

Karen Eubanks

Paul Eustis

Kahshanna Evans

Jude Evans

Teresa Eyring

Nancy Faessler

Ade Faison

Quentin Fanara

Stacy Fanord

Bruce Faulk

Reese Fayde

Emma Ferguson

Janelle Festo

Jennifer Field

Peter Filiaci

Harrison Fillmore

Austin Fimmano

Melissa Finney

Tracy Fisher

Laura L. Fisher

Felicia Fitzpatrick

John Foley

Kathryn Forristall

Valeria Foster

David Franzo

Laura Frautschi

Natalie Frazier

Michael Frederic

Amanda Frei

Michael Frenkel

Anna Friedman

Rachel Frisbee

Jane Fujita

Barbara Futter

Katherine Gaard

Perri Gaffney

Linda Galietti

Larry Gallant

Nicholas Gallina

Sara Gammage

John Garcia

Kent Gash

Kevin Gasio

Karen Gastiaburo

Gina Gee

Emmaia Gelman

Adeline Gerard

Mikaela Gerwing

Antoinette Geyelin

Natzinet Ghebrenegus

Michael Giannetto

Sam Gibbs

Kavita Gilchrist

Julia Gilliam

Eileen Gillooly

Katie Gingerich

Kaitlyn Girard

Christine Givens

Elizabeth Glass

Mitchell Glenn

Eric Glover

Howard Gold

Eleanor Goldhar

Maria Gomez

Lizbeth Gonzalez

Jennifer Goodale

Bette Goodman

Jordan Goodsell

Arnold Gore

Hayley Gorenberg

Shawn Graham

Deirdre Grant

Mary Gratch

Sheila Gray

Chandler Gray

Jenny Greeman

Wanda Green

Anijeh Green

Seth Green

Ted Greenberg

Carolyn Greene

J. Paul Gregory

Heidi Griffiths

Joyce Griggs

Michael Grisolia

Tamara Gropper

Peter Grosett

Nicole Guillemet

Sharon Gunderson

Damon Gupton

Stephanie Guzman

Eva Hack

Nicole Hadi

Jerome Haferd

George Hagstrom

Rosemary Hahn

Rebecca Hahn

Heather Haley

Kakwireiosta Hall

Kim Hall

Reginald Hall

Kerri-Ann Hall

Cheryl Hamilton

Alison Hamilton

Bonnie Hammerschlag

Dina Hampton

Amy Handelsman

Sophie Hanina

Elaine Harrison

Dana Harrits

Liz Hartmann-Dow

Celeste Harwell

Katherine Harwood

Daniel Haselkorn

Ethan Hawke

Charlene Hawkins

Corinne Hay

Keiko Hayakawa

Amanda Haynes 

Christiane Hayward

Gregory Healy

Marjorie Heins

Jean Hellering

Daphne Helm

Kathryn Henderson

Anne Hermann

David Herskovits

Matthias Hess

Meredith Heuer

Krysta Hibbard

Rodney Hicks

Peggy Hicks

Susan Hilferty

Cheree Himmel

Lynn Hippen

Fletcher Hodges

Elena Hoemann

Martin Hoffman

Nedra Hoffman

Karina Hogan

Terrance Holliday

Maureen Holman

Robert Holmes

Joe Holt

Peter Holtzman

Chloe Holzman

Russell Hornsby

Amy Horowitz

Robin Howard

Elizabeth S. Howe

London Howell

Robert Hoyt

Jacqueline Huey

Joshua Hug

Laurel Huggins

Sarah Hughes

Kevin Hungate

Martha Hunt

Patricia Hurlock

Ruth Hurwitz

Kaitlin Hutchinson

Alan Hyde

Michelle Hyde

Kim Ima

Ashley Imboden

Zachary Infante

Emily Intersimone

Claudia Irizarry

Lauren Irwin

Carrie Isaacman

Robert Izzo

Lynn Jackson

Thailand Jade

Sumayah Jamal

Debra James

Monique James

Daralyn Jay

Derek and Rachel Jean-Baptiste

Eolannie Jennings

Dwight Johnson

Joseph Johnson

Ruqaiyah Johnson

Susie Johnson

Juanita Johnson

Amy Jones

Matthew Jones

Cheryl Jordan

Michael Jordan

Patricia Jordan

William Jordan

Jacqueline Joseph

Zahra Kadkhodaie

Philip Kalikman

Kristin Kaminski

Adina Kanefield

Melissa Kantor

Richard Kaplan

Claire Karpen

Dennis Kear

Kristie Keener

Rachel Kellner

Michael Kellogg

Peter Kelston

Anne Kemper

Kevin Kennison

Elliott Kerman

Fiza Khan

Mehr Khan Williams

Robert Khederian

Chad Kidd

Donna Kiel

Angela Kim

Carey King

Rosamond S. King

Adrian Kitzinger

Eileen Kleiman

Elysabeth Kleinhans

Barbara Knecht

Karen Koenig

Barbara Komansky

Yukiko Konishi

Natasha Korda

Isaac Koyfman

Wendy Kraemer

Victor Kremer

Elizabeth Kromelow

Ariel Kronman

Brian Kurlander

Jason Kwong

Jason Lacutone

Alexandra Laferriere

Melissa Lakes

Todre Land

Cynthia Lang

Harry Larson

Patrick Lattin

Amichai Lau-Lavie

Mercedes Laurencin

Andrew Lawton

Beatrice Lebreton

Gena Lee

Roz Lee

Tiffany Lee

Elizabeth Legris

Oliver Lehne

Athena Lemakis

Guido Lemke

Megan Lennon

Gina Maria Leonetti

Emily Lessem

Wilson Leung

Joshua Levine

Howard Levine

Samantha Levine

Antiqua Lewis

Tingting Li

Guanyun Liang

Saralinda Lichtblau

Jana Lindblom

Nora Linde

Martha Linde

Frieda Lipp

Dannethia Little

David Litvack

Pres Lorenzo

Zenobia Love

Johanna Lovecchio

Hannah Lovejoy

Jennifer Low

KaDarra Lowe

Sarah Lowengard

Laura Lubin

Helene Lupatkin

Larissa Lury

Jacob Lurye

James Lyles

Gerard Lynch

Elizabeth Lyon

Samuel M. Rosaldo

Carey Ma

Giuseppe Macaluso

Laura Mack Zulack

Rachelle Maguire

John Maniscalco

Jennifer Manly

Tracy Mann

Dana Manno

Jesse Manocherian

Khaled Mansoor

Adjoa Mante

Gaetana Manuele

Lynn Manuell

Sonia Marcus

Janet Mardfin

Mimi Margalit

Susan Markham

Alexis Marnel

Adam Marr

Julia Martin

Suzanne Martz

Emily Masnica

Hannah Mason

Margaret Mastrianni

Sandra Masur

Elizabeth Mathews

Joanne Maurno

Emily Mayer

Marcia Mayne

Barbara McAdams

Kevin McArdle

Kerry McArthur

John Mccarthy

Corinne McClure

Debra McClutchy

Megan McCormack

Kara McDonald

Gloria E. McFarland

Julie McGee

Tyrell McIntyre

Laura McKenna

Ivonne McLean

Jess McLeod

Paige McNamara

Mary McRae

Jenny Mendez

Lisa Meriwether

Alvaro Mesa

Benjamin Metrick

Anastas Michos

Nara Milanich

Ilana Miller

Theodore Miller

Chloe Miller

Eleonore Millien

Tomoe Mineta

Ashley Minihan

Peter Minter

Alexander Minton

Lisa Misher

Carlton Mitchell

Galit Mizrahi

Sarah Moga

Eric Molinsky

Stephanie Montero

David Moore

Phoebe Moore

Andrew Moorhead

Anna Moreno

Karen Morice

Leah Moschella

Melissa Moschitto

Amy Mosedale

David Mou

Stephanie Mueller

Andrea Muller

Unika Munawwar

Cathleen Murphy

Raquel Murray

Urania Mylonas

Joanne Nabors

Robin Nagle

Chavi Nana

Eric Narburgh

Monisha Nariani

Menaka Nayar

Adrienne Neff

O.J. Nelson

Lorenzo Van Ness

Shaun Newport

Rob Newton

Kathy Nguyen

Kim E. Nichols

Karla Nielson

Erica Niemiec

Mark Niles

Mihoko Ninomiya

Christine Noble

Catina Nooks

Jasmine Norman

Beth Novick

Francisco and Elizabeth Núñez

Barbara Nusbaum

Margaret Nussbaum

Ritachi Nwabueze 

Peter O’Connor

James O’Neal

Kolia O’Connor

Danielle Oakry

Walter Oden

Luna Oiwa

Winnie OKelley

Kazuyoshi Okuda

Dan Oliverio

LeighAnne Olsen

Jason Olson

Victoria Ordin

Steven Ostrow

Elizabeth Owuor

Maitreya Padukone, DMD

Christine Padula

Mary Pagano

Eliza Paley

Harkeet Pannu

Anna Paretskaya

Paul Parsekian

Erica Patmon

Cynthia Patterson

Kathryn Paulsen

Laura Pawel

Chiquita Payne

Kelli Payne

Kat Peeler

Isamar Pena

Katia Pereira

Javier Perez

Vianca Perez

Jessica Perfetto

Nicole Peskin

Thomas Pfeil

Fred Pflantzer

Amy Phillips

Cyrille Phipps

Christola Phoenix

Christine Piazza

David Pierce

George Pilla

Luba Pincus

Jerome Plotkin

Amy and David Pollack

Judy Polyne

Willow Poschman

Camira Powell

David Pozen

Anthony Pratt

Angela Pruitt

Libya Pugh

Jonathan Putterman

Claudia Pyke

Wayne Pyle

Michelle Quinn

David Rademeyer

Kirk Rahusen

Jed Rakoff

Neko Ramos

Abby Rapoport

Bill Rauch

Cynthia Reed

Alexander Reed

Daniel Reid

Leslie Reidel

Susie Reiss

Hilary Reyl

Suzanne E. Ricco

Erin Rich

Genevieve Richards-Wright

Dionysius Ricoarango

Mary Lou Rios

Erika Ritter

Cynthia Rivelli

Monica Rivera Mindt

Julia Robbins

Sanford Robbins

Anna Roberts

Sally Roberts

Sydney Robertson

Stanley Robinson

Ishena Robinson

Jennifer Rockwood

Hudson Roditi

Joaquin Rodriguez

Valentina Rodriguez

Judy Rogers

Yael Rooks Rapport

Verdery Roosevelt

Juan Rosa

Anna Rose

Jared Ross

Jordan Ross

Gregory Rossi

Daniella Roth

David Rothman

Gitta Rott

William Rowe

Britta Rowings

Amanda Rozon

Julia Rubin

Judy Rubin

Daphne Rubin-Vega

MacKenZie Rumage

Randy Russell

Emily Rutland

Jesse Ruuttila

Andrew S.

Nesly Saintil

Christina Sajous

Ilene Sameth

Tristan Sample

Sonya-Marie Samuel

Jay O. Sanders

Joshua Sands

Nick Sanford

Penelope Santana

Cristine Sapers

Judith Sarkodee-Adoo

Kasim Saul

Josh Saviano

Miriam Schacter

Jessica Schafer

Calaine Schafer

Ellie Schaffer

Cindy Schatz

Catherine Scheinman

Bethany Schneider

Jerad Schomer

Lynn Schwager Miles

Leonard Schwalb

Andrea Schwartz

Ronald Scott

Lisa Scott

G. Mark Scullion

Timothy Sekk

Ishween Sethi

James C. Seymour

Akash Shah

Nicholas Shaker

India Shanelle

Helen Shaw

Timothy Shaw

Howard Shelburne

Robert Sherman

Lara Shields

Diane Shirley

Rebekah Shoaf

Barbara Shrager

Abhinav Shrestha

David Siegal

Chelsea Silvernell

Christina Simmons

Ronald Simons

Christina Simpson

Dominique Singer

Sowjana Sivaloganathan

Deidre Sklar

Lory Skwerer

Manon Slome

Tammy Smith

Lisa Smith

Elizabeth Snyder

Jonathan M. Soffer

Jennifer Song

Curtis H. Sorenson

Omar Soto

Thomas Southern

Melanie Sovern

Kayla Soyer-Stein

Ben Spier

Chinell Spivey

Kristin Sposito

Godwin St Louis

Madison St. Amour

Simone Stadler

Ellen Stafford-Sigg

Nicholas Standish

Janne Stark

Susan Stauber

Deborah Stead

Briel Steinberg

Leanne Stella

Viktoria Stern

Lee Stevens

Patricia Stewart

Count Stovall

Sue Suh

Jennifer Sullivan

Sean Sullivan

Madeleine Suzanne

Daniel Swee

Grant Swift

Heather Symone

Tamas Szell

Jasmine Szympruch

Jason Tagg

Lyndsey Tait

Nefertiti Takla

Reagan Tankersley

Bernard Tarver

Austin Tate

Hisham Tawfiq

Marilyn Taylor

Yannie Ten Broeke

Susanna Tenny

Leslie Terry

Magda Teter

Michael Thaddeus

Daniel Thelesklaf

Duuna Thomas

Marieke Thomas

Chauncy Thomas

Florian Thomas

Alexis Thompson

William Thomson

Katharine Tinucci

Naia Toa

Adam Todd

Coralie Toevs

Angela Tong

Neil Totton

Jenny Trang

Amy Traub

Anne Treeger

Alexandra Trow

Ariana Truman

Camille Tucker

Shona Tucker

Gayle Turner

Thurayya UmBayemake

Emilie Unterweger

Edmond Utley, Jr.

Adina Valerio

Lesley Van de Wiel

Richard Van Deusen

Lucie Van Emmenis

Edith Van Slyck

Kristen VanDerlyn 

Rima Vargas-Vetter

Louis Vavrina

Tanairi Vazquez

Erick Verran

Cecilia Villabona

Victoria Villanueva

Elli Vizcarra

Caryn Wachenfeld

Pheroze Wadia

Jolleen Wagner

Caroline Walther-Meade

Paul Wang

Abigail Warner

Sharon Washington

Mandisa Washington

Xavier Washington

Tonya Waterbury

Dina Watson

Brianne Watts

Duncan Webb

Blair Webber

Laceine Wedderburn

Erika Wegener

Jay Wegman

Elizabeth Wehner

Hadassah Weiner

Gabe Weiner

Jack Weir

Jess Weiss

Davina Weprin

Venita Weseloh

Gregory Weston

Pamela White

Paul White

Cameron Whitehouse

Robin Wiener

Chris Wight

Scott Wilcox

Craig Williams

Miles Willow

Michael Wilson

Sheri Wilson

Connie Wilson

Michael Windham

Jay Winters

Stephan Wolfert

Laurie Wolko

Mandy Wolkoff

Michael Woods

Odella Woodson

Nancy Workman

Antony Wright

Charles Charles

Genevieve Wright

Molly Wright

Cristy Yeung

Daniel Yoo

Christine Yoon

Tara Young

Barbara Younger

Shane-Ann Younts

Gabra Zackman

Talia Zaider

Huagang Zhang

Andrea Zigman

Kaila Zimnavoda

Eliana Zitrin

Wendy Zuckerman

Mary Zulack

John Zulack

MALVOLIO was developed with support from the Lark Play Development Center, the Playwrights’ Center, and New Dramatists.