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Something Rotten (Winter 2022)

Something Rotten Text

February 18-19, 2022 at 7:30 p.m.
February 20, 2022 at 2 p.m.
Werner Centennial Theater
 
Stuck in the shadow of a Renaissance rock star known as “The Bard,” two brothers, Nick and Nigel Bottom, set out to write the world’s first musical. But amid the scandalous excitement of opening night, the Bottom brothers realize that reaching the top means being true to thine own self — and all that jazz — in this hilarious mashup of 16th-century Shakespeare and 21st-century Broadway.

Cast & Crew

CAST
Shakespeare - Beck Hanypsiak ‘23
Nick Bottom - Theo Massie-Vereker ‘23
Nigel Bottom - Jay Henry ‘23
Nostradamus - Taylor Schuster ‘24
Bea - Margot Douglass ‘22
Brother Jeremiah - Mason Zottola ‘ 23
Portia - Alexa Dailey ‘23

ENSEMBLE
Minstrel - Wills Erda ‘24
Lord Clapham - James Beit ‘22
Shylock - Elizabeth DiBlasi ‘23

TROUPE, BARD FOLK, CROWD, CHORUS & SUCH
James Beit ‘22, Carolyn Cheng ‘24, Elizabeth DiBlasi ‘23, Wills Erda ‘24, Oliver Fenner ‘22, Mira Hugabonne ‘25, Emma Mason ‘23, Saskia Mattiko ‘23, Catie McGuigan ‘23, Tomasina Pearman ‘23, Catherine Rodrigues ‘23, Elena Rosello ‘23, Simone Routledge ‘23, Molly Rubin ‘22, Grace Tyler ‘24

SOMETHING ROTTEN! CREW
Francesca Carnovale ‘23, Maris Cathcart ‘23, Ashlyn Clapprood ‘22, Jackson Davies ‘22, Cindion Huang ‘25, Tiffany Hui ‘23. Isaac Mullen ‘22, Sophie Grace Stevenson ‘25

Production Stage Manager
Ariel Seidu ‘22

Assistant Stage Manager
Olivia Olney ‘22

Dance Captain/Hair and Make Up Artist
Tatiana Restrepo ‘22

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