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She Stoops to Conquer
by Oliver Goldsmith
directed by R. Kevin Garcia Doyle

July 18 - July 27, 2014

I'll still preserve the character in which I STOOPED TO CONQUER ...

 

Kyle Scholl as Miss Hardcastle 

 

Synopsis
Deception, dirty tricks and desperation lead to true love in Oliver Goldsmith's classic comedy.

Miss Hardcastle is a charming young lady of noble birth living out in the country with her parents and her mischevious half-brother Tony Lumpkin. When her father arranges for a potential suitor, Mr. Marlow, to travel from London to court her, she discovers that he's so nervous around noble women that he can't even look her in the eye. What's more, her brother Tony has tricked young Mr. Marlow into believing that her father's house is a country inn instead of his house. Miss Hardcastle resolves to play on Mr. Marlow's mistake by pretending to be the barmaid of the "inn," tricking him into courting her with more confidence. Will she be able to seal the deal before her father angrily kicks Mr. Marlow out of the house?

Meanwhile, Miss Hardcastle's cousin, Miss Neville has romantic problems of her own. Mrs. Hardcastle, her guardian and aunt, wants her to marry Tony Lumpkin (who would rather die than marry Miss Neville). Miss Neville has her heart set on running off with the dashing Mr. Hastings. It will take all of Miss Neville's and Tony Lumpkin's wit to trick Mrs. Hardcastle and free themselves to marry whom they'd like!

Cast

 
Shade Au
Keila Ching
Mathias Maas
Haley Sakamoto
Sarah Stoker
Daniel Traver
Iris Wilhelm-Norseth
Garrick Paikai

Sharon R. Garcia Doyle
Serina Dunham
Kyle Scholl

Amanda Stone
Alvin Chan

Marcus Lee

Amy Diegel
Sarah Horner
Jeremy / Chorus
Maid / Bar Patron / Chorus
Mr. Marlow, the Elder / Chorus
Pimple / Chorus
Bet Bouncer / Chorus
Diggory / Chorus
Bar Patron / Chorus
Mr. Hardcastle

Mrs. Hardcastle
Tony Lumpkin

Miss Hardcastle
Miss Neville

Mr. Hastings
Mr. Marlow, the Younger

Flute
Clarinet

Crew

 
Scenic Design
Lighting Design
Costume Design
Musical Direction
Movement

Stage Manager
Asst Stage Manager
Light and Sound Op
Seamstress
Accent Support

Shawn Forsythe
Cora Yamagata
Cheyne Gallarde
Amy Diegel
Jonathan Clarke Sypert

Matt Chang
Sarah Spalding
Falcon Aguirre
Alexa Figuerres
Steven Quinn
and Sharon R. Garcia Doyle
 

Edward III
by William Shakespeare
and Thomas Kyd
directed by Jason Kanda

August 8 - August 17, 2014

Shall the large limit of fair Britain
By me be overthrown, and shall I not
Master this little mansion of my self?

Paul Yau as Edward III 

Synopsis
War with the Scots. Battle joined near Crécy. But first... shall we dance?

Edward III of England, having asserted his right to inherit the French throne, has no sooner begun marshaling forces for war with the imperious John of France, when news arrives of a Scottish invasion. Racing north to defend a castle under siege by the Scots, he finds himself doubly distracted by a covetous obsession over the wife of his friend, the Earl of Salisbury. When their encounter takes an unexpected turn, Edward emerges shakennewly aware of his morphing roles as husband, father, and monarch.

This production will feature stylized movement inspired by console-based avatars of the late 1990s and beyond.

Cast  
Paul Yau
Nicholas Myers
Ryan “Oki”naka
Kirk Lapilio
Jonathan “Fenix” Saavedra
Bill Carr
Stu Hirayama
Gerald Altwies
Juvy Lucina
Brooke Jones
Andrew Lum
Joe Abraham
Rhansen Mars
Heather Galbreath
Kelsey Baehrens
Brandon DiPaola
Brandon Hagio

Malia Yamamoto
Becky McGarvey

Edward III
Prince of Wales
Earl of Warwick
Earl of Derby
Earl of Salisbury
Lord Audley
Lord Percy
Lodowick
Sir William Montague
Countess of Salisbury
Robert, Earl of Artois
King of France
Charles
Philip
Queen Philippa
Villiers
Earl Douglas

Dancer
Dancer
 

Lear-Shrew-Much Ado
by William Shakespeare
directed by Tony Pisculli

August 21 - August 31, 2014

When I said that I would die
a bachelor, I did not think
I should live till I were married ...

They call me Katharina
that do talk of me ...

Marry, a wise man and a fool ...

Jordan Sasaki, Diana Wan, Ann Brandman and Stephanie Kong 

Synopsis
An experiment in orginal staging practices. A single company of sixteen women take on three of Shakespeare's best-loved plays armed only with side-scripts (their own lines and cues) and minimal rehearsal.

The three plays, King Lear, Taming of the Shrew, and Much Ado About Nothing will be performed in rep on successive nights.

Cast of Lear  
Amrita Mallik
Andy Valencia
Ann Brandman
Betty Burdick
Christina Uyeno
Diana Wan
Eleanor Svaton
Jordan Clara Ihilani Sasaki
Kaitlin Souza
Lala Buzzell
Maya Jennings
Rachel Uyeno
Stephanie Keiko Kong
Taurie Kinoshita
Tenemane Malufau Howell
Victoria Brown-Wilson
Gentleman
Regan
King Lear
Kent
Captain
Albany
Gloucester
Cornwall
Fool
King of France
Edgar
Oswald
Edmund
Goneril
Burgundy
Cordelia
Cast of Shrew  
Amrita Mallik
Andy Valencia
Ann Brandman
Betty Burdick
Christina Uyeno
Diana Wan
Eleanor Svaton
Jordan Clara Ihilani Sasaki
Kaitlin Souza
Lala Buzzell
Maya Jennings
Rachel Uyeho

Stephanie Keiko Kong
Taurie Kinoshita
Tenemane Malufau Howell
Victoria Brown-Wilson
Petruchio
Vincentio
Sly
Baptista
Tranio
Biondello
Hortensio
Bianca
Gremio
Peter
Nathaniel
Page
Katharina
Lord
Lucentio
Grumio
Cast of Much Ado  
Amrita Mallik
Andy Valencia
Ann Brandman
Betty Burdick
Christina Uyeno
Diana Wan
Eleanor Svaton
Jordan Clara Ihilani Sasaki
Kaitlin Souza
Lala Buzzell
Maya Jennings
Rachel Uyeno

Stephanie Keiko Kong
Taurie Kinoshita
Tenemane Malufau Howell
Victoria Brown-Wilson
Beatrice
Don Pedro
Antonio
Sexton
Hero
Benedick
Friar Francis
Claudio
Conrade
Leonato
Ursula
Margaret
Borachio
Don John
Watchman
Dogberry
   

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