Production Title

As You Like It


William Shakespeare


Rosalind: Rowan Crow

Celia: Jessica Holzknecht

Phoebe: Leslie Kane

Audrey: Carissa Gilliland

Le Beau, Hippie, Hymen: Mara Cantrell-Paulson

Dennis, “Madam Olivia Martext”: Rukmini Girish

Orlando: Keenan Odenkirk

Duke Frederick and Duke Senior: John D’Aversa

Sylvius: Liam Baldwin

Touchstone: Luke Currie

Jaques: Debo Balogun

Corin: Jacob Kilburg

Amiens: Joe Oliger

Oliver: Josh Pride

Adam: Samuel Langellier

William: Padraic Price

Charles, Attendant: Gary Miller

Production Staff

Director: Dr. Jennifer Popple

Technical Director and Lighting Designer: Andy Gutshall

Scenic Designer: Susan Holgerrson

Costume Designer: Ellen Dixon

Sound Designer: Andrew Skalak

Original Musical Compositions: Zachary Hendershot

Stage Manager: Mari Noga

Dramaturg: Trevor Jablonski

Assistant Director: Aubrey Waddick

Props Master: Emma Brutman and Tori Charnetzki

Assistant Stage Manager: Lauren Davis

Light Board Operator: Jessica Phillips

Sound Board Operator: Sarah Baker

House Manager: Brittney Cox

Scenic Artist: Mari Noga

Shift/Props Crew: Michelle Kelly

Costume/Makeup Crew: Giselle Gatzambide and Karen Jorgenson

Set Construction: Camilla Best, Emma Brutman, Mara Cantrell-Paulson, Amanda Caputi, Leslie Carranza, Bella Cervantes, Sydney Crumbleholme, John D’Aversa, Christine Harb, Lauren Heiberger, Ryan Janusz, Sam Johnson, Samuel Langellier, Justin McNaught, Mari Noga, Rosemary Peterson, Padraic Price, Samantha Turner

Costume Construction: Rowan Crow, Emilie Droegmiller, Kathryn Gorzek, Grace Holmes, Allyson Jesse, Ellis Kalomiris, Sally Kenney, Amanda Kramer, Shannon Ryan, Margaret Stadtwald, Aubrey Waddick



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Comic twists and turns abound when a disguised Rosalind seeks refuge after being wrongfully banished by her uncle. Her unfortunate exile is transformed into a charming adventure when she encounters some of Shakespeare’s most beloved characters - colorful fools, witty rustics, and the handsome, lovesick Orlando. A clandestine, gender-bending courtship ensues, in Shakespeare’s timeless comedy about love, transformation and the roles we play.

Performance Dates

May 1-10, 2015


Potter Theatre


Acting | Other Theatre and Performance Studies | Performance Studies | Theatre and Performance Studies

As You Like It


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