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As You Like It Mar 4, 1987

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Array Frederic Wood Theatre
Winter's Costume Design
Brian H. Jackson A Note On The Winter's Tale
Rick Williams
The Play
The title of this play puts the audience in mind of the seasons, and
the changes they reflect, thereby making humans aware of time. And
time and its processes are a central concern of The Winter's Tale.
The play begins in winter, where we immediately witness the
accelerating plunge into violent extremes which is characteristic of
tragedy, and also the increasing isolation of the main character.
Leontes loses all sources of human contact - he becomes estranged
from his wife, his life-long friend, his son, daughter, councilors,
court, and even the higher powers, as represented by the oracle.
Leontes's actions are unnatural and they call forth a response from
the natural world: from the wild animals, the storm at sea, and a
kind of permanent winter in his kingdom. And with all this comes
the final realization that his own flawed behavior is the origin of all
the suffering.
In the source from which Shakespeare transformed the tale, the
story ends here with the king's suicide. But this is only the
beginning of The Winter's Tale. At the end of the second act, the
audience suddenly sees the action shift outside of the court and the
tragedy and into the world of shepherds and country folk who are
intimately connected, through their livelihoods, with the cycles of
nature. A sixteen year gap in time provides a connection between the
seasonal cycles and the cycle of human generations, as well as an
opportunity to go through and beyond the tragic fall, and explore
what happens on the other side.
The Plot
Leontes, King of Sicilia, suspects his wife Hermione of adultery
with his life-long friend Polixenes, King of Bohemia. His rage
forces Polixenes to flee, Hermione to die of shame, and then he has
her new-born daughter taken to a desolate coast, and left there by
Antigonus, one of his lords.
The oracle of Apollo declares that Hermione is innocent, that
Leontes is a jealous tyrant, and that he will die without an heir
should he fail to recover "that which is lost". The oracle is
confirmed by the death of Mamillius, Leontes's son. Reproached by
Paulina and repenting of his obsessive jealousy, Leontes goes into
The infant daughter, Perdita, is found by the country people of
Bohemia, who cherish her. As Leontes pines, Perdita grows into a
beautiful and graceful woman. Florizel, son of Polixenes, falls in
love with her despite her poverty and seeks to marry her without his
father's knowing. When discovered by Polixenes, Florizel and
Perdita flee. They reach Leontes's court, where it is discovered that
the girl is the lost princess. Perdita is married to Florizel, Leontes is
reconciled to Polixenes and Hermione is restored to life.
Frederic Wood
The Winter's Tale
March 4-14, 1987
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The Winter's Tale
By William Shakespeare
Directed By Ray Michal
Set And Lighting Design By
Robert Gardiner
Sound Design By
Stephen Fearing
Costume Design By
Brian H. Jackson
Choreography By
Grace Mac Donald
Original Music Composed By
Earle Peach and Stephen Fearing
In Order Of Appearance
Archidamus, a lord of Bohemia Jason Smith
Camillo, a lord of Sicilia Dennis Kuss
Polixenes, King of Bohemia Timothy Hyland
Leontes, King of Sicilia Lawrence Kagan-Ball
Hermione, Queen to Leontes Susan Elworthy
Mamillius, young Prince of Sicilia Ezra Cannon
Emilia   ...      .        . .     m   „      .  Janine Payne
Bianca Ladies:in:waT.K t0.Hennwne Cara Tekatch
Antigonus, a lord of Sicilia Neil Gallagher
Four lords of Sicilia Jamie Binkley, Alan Saugstad,
 Peter Shaver, Bryson Young
Paulina, wife to Antigonus Cynthia Ford
Nurse Barb Cormack
Cleomenes  Lords ofSicilia Roland Brand
Dion    J John Murphy
Mariner Jason Smith
Old Shepherd, reputed father of Perdita Michael Fera
Young Shepherd, his son Tom Jones
Time Alan Saugstad
Autolycus Mark Weatherley
Florizel, son to Polixenes Neil Ingram
Perdita, daughter to Leontes Katey Wright
Dorcas    ^^ sheperdesses Cara Tekatch
Mopsa    Janine Payne
Shepherds Shepherdesses
Jamie Binkley        John Murphy Barb Cormac
Roland Brand        Peter Shaver Gillian Dew
Alan Brodie Bryson Young Allison Saunders
Scene: Partly in Sicilia and partly in Bohemia
There will be one 15 minute intermission PRODUCTION
Technical Director Ian Pratt
Properties Mistress    Sherry Darcus Milne
Costume Supervisor Rosemarie Heselton
Set Construction . . .Robert Eberle, Don Griffiths, John Henrickson
Cutters Charlotte Burke, Jean Driscoll-Bell
First Hand Leslie White
Seamstresses . .. .Lori Kenney, Caferina Ofreneo, Kathleen Wright
Milliner and Costume Accessories Pearl Bellesen
Properties Assistant Kairiin Bright
Jewellery Brian H. Jackson, Blanka Jurenka
Beards and Wigs Ken Allan
Stage Manager Cynthia Burtinshaw
Lighting Execution Bonnie Beecher
Assistant Stage Managers Alan Brodie, Heather Kent
Set Design Assistant J. Cricket Price
Lighting Design Assistant Elana Honcharuk
Sound Operator Randall C. Plitt
House Manager Rhiannon A. Charles
Box Office Michael Fera, Carol Fisher, Linda Humphries
Business Manager Marjorie Fordham
Production Norman Young
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Studio Musicians:
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Earle Peach, Karen Oliver
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