Difference between revisions of "The Second Shepherds' Play: A Medieval Mystery for the Yuletide Season (2007)"

(removed 'the' from Folger Consort, moved date to top of intro)
(Added image from What's On>Folger Consort>Past Seasons>The Second Shepherd's Play)
Line 1: Line 1:
 
[[Folger Consort]] and [[Folger Theatre]] performed ''The Second Shepherds' Play: A Medieval Mystery for the Yuletide Season'' from December 12 to December 30, 2007.
 
[[Folger Consort]] and [[Folger Theatre]] performed ''The Second Shepherds' Play: A Medieval Mystery for the Yuletide Season'' from December 12 to December 30, 2007.
 +
 +
[[File:Weaver Eisenstein Zajac Folger Consort 2007.jpeg|400px|left|thumb|Charles Weaver, Robert Eisenstein, and Tom Zajac (instrumentalists). ''The Second Shepherds' Play'', adapted and directed by Mary Hall Surface, Folger Consort, 2007. Carol Pratt.]]
 +
 +
 +
 +
 +
 +
 +
 +
 +
 +
 +
 +
 +
 +
 +
 +
 +
 +
 +
 +
 +
  
 
==Cast==
 
==Cast==
Line 48: Line 71:
 
==Other media==
 
==Other media==
 
In [http://www.folger.edu/template.cfm?cid=2615 this three-part series] ''From Ill-Spun Wool: The Second Shepherds' Play and Early English Theater'', producer Richard Paul talks with artists, scholars, and medievalists about this most mysterious of mystery plays.
 
In [http://www.folger.edu/template.cfm?cid=2615 this three-part series] ''From Ill-Spun Wool: The Second Shepherds' Play and Early English Theater'', producer Richard Paul talks with artists, scholars, and medievalists about this most mysterious of mystery plays.
 +
 +
== Image gallery ==
 +
 +
<gallery>
 +
:File:Brownstein Twyford Folger Consort 2007.jpeg|Andy Brownstein (Mak) and Holly Twyford (Gill), ''The Second Shepherds' Play'', adapted and directed by Mary Hall Surface, Folger Consort 2007. Carol Pratt.
 +
:File:Vetter Cain Folger Consort 2007.jpeg|Kate Vetter Cain (Angel), ''The Second Shepherds' Play'', Folger Consort 2007. Carol Pratt.
 +
:File:Second Shepherds' cast Folger Consort 2007.jpeg|The cast of ''The Second Shepherds' Play'', adapted and directed by Mary Hall Surface, Folger Consort, 2007. Carol Pratt.
 +
</gallery>

Revision as of 12:55, 30 June 2014

Folger Consort and Folger Theatre performed The Second Shepherds' Play: A Medieval Mystery for the Yuletide Season from December 12 to December 30, 2007.

Charles Weaver, Robert Eisenstein, and Tom Zajac (instrumentalists). The Second Shepherds' Play, adapted and directed by Mary Hall Surface, Folger Consort, 2007. Carol Pratt.












Cast

  • Andy Brownstein: Mak
  • Holly TwyfordL Gill
  • Bob McDonald: Coll
  • Aaron Cromie: Gib
  • Chris Wilson: Daw
  • Paige Hernandez: Mary / Sheep
  • Kate Vetter Cain: Angel
  • Magdalyn Donnelly: Ensemble
  • Jon Reynolds: Ensemble
  • Robert Eisenstein: Musician
  • Charles Weaver: Musician
  • Tom Zajac: Musician

Staff

  • Janet Alexander Griffin, Artistic Producer
  • Robert Eisenstein and Christopher Kendall, Artistic Directors
  • Mary Hall Surface, Director / Adaptor
  • Robert Eisenstein, Music Director
  • Tony Cisek, Scenic Design
  • Dan Covey, Lighting Design
  • Erin Nugent, Costume Design
  • Aaron Cromie, Puppet Design
  • Andew Conway, Properties Design
  • Roberta Gasbarre, Choreographer
  • Caitlin McAndrews, Production Stage Manager

Production team

  • Beth Emelson: Assistant Artistic Producer
  • Donnajean Ward: Folger Consort Manager
  • Giuseppe DeBartolo: General Manager
  • Eric Grims: Production Manager / Technical Director
  • Kate Lucibella: Assistant Technical Director
  • Miriam Yoder: Assistant Stage Manager
  • Jennifer Renee Cole: Production Assistant
  • Holly Twyford: Assistant Director
  • Karen Kettnich: Dramaturg
  • Klyph Stanford: Assistant Lighting Design
  • Kimberly Morell: Costume Assistant
  • Amber Meade: Master Electrician
  • Sarah Peterson: Light Board Operator
  • Miguel Hermann: Sound Board Operator
  • Susan Schulman: Wardrobe
  • Atreus Works: Set Construction / Installation

Other media

In this three-part series From Ill-Spun Wool: The Second Shepherds' Play and Early English Theater, producer Richard Paul talks with artists, scholars, and medievalists about this most mysterious of mystery plays.

Image gallery