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Twelfth Night or What You Will

Production Info

Performed March, 1968. Cast: Michael Hardstark (Orsino); Brent Davis (Sebastian); Gene Engene (Antonio); David Allen (Sea Captain); Bob Bell (Valentine); Harvey Guion (Sir Toby Belch); Larry Gerst (Sir Andrew Aguecheek); Ronald Feinberg (Malvolio); Philip Mancuso (Fabian); Mark Davis (Feste); Marsha Moode (Olivia); Carol Ann Ramay (Viola); Diana Frothingham (Maria); Denny Titus (A Priest); Soldiers: Kim Kovac, Dan Krehbiel Asst. Stage Manager: Nancy Simon; Carpenter: Jim Thayer; Wardrobe Mistress: Patte Moon; Wardrobe Assts.: Nancy Monaco, Sally Richardson, Kathy Shaw, Donna Guion; Lighting: Duncan MacKenzie; Assts. to the Designer: Gene Engene, Robert Estrin; Crew: David Allen, Bob Bell, Nancy Benson, Rosemarie Brucher, Debbie Engene, Kathy Fernandez, Debora Greger, Russell Guinn, WIlliam Jordan, Gretchen Kock, Kim Kovac, Dan Krehbiel, Diana Lilly, Penny Luchte, Ola Marshall, Max McCarty, John McKie, Linda Osborn, Barbara Osborn, Eric Peterson, Joy Schick, William Sprague, Robert Stewart, Nancy Stuart, Susan Swinney, Denny Titus, Toni Viani Secretary, Federal Projects Office: Delaine Preston; Secretary, Harper Joy Theatre: Elaine Hergert; Secretary, Experiences in Dramatic Arts: Judy Nedry Artistic Director: John Raymond Freimann; Asst. Project Director: Nancy Simon; Coordinator of Federal Projects: Erwin Beard; Secretary: Judy Nedry

Production Year


Production Decades



William Shakespeare


John Raymond Freimann

Set Design

John Raymond Freimann

Props Design

Sparkle Finley

Stage Manager

John Dale Long

Image Caption

Larry Gerst, Harvey Guion, Mark Davis

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