Shakespeare in the Park 2014: AS YOU LIKE IT Cast

What an exciting line-up for this summer’s Shakespeare in the Park! We’re heading into our 27th year of Shakespeare with both new and familiar faces on our Shakespeare stage and we couldn’t be more excited. In addition, this production of As You Like It, set in the South during the Depression, will feature original music by folk singer/songwriter David Olney (who will also play the role of Amiens) and Stan Lawrence (who will also lead a jam band with players from the Musical Heritage Center of Middle Tennessee every night). This is a show not to be missed!

As You Like It will be performed in Centennial Park August 14 – September 14. For more information, please visit our website.

As You Like It
Directed by Denice Hicks
Original Music by David Olney and Stan Lawrence
Set Design by Morgan Matens
Costume Design by June Kinsbury
Light Design by Anne Willingham

Rosalind Emily Landham*
Orlando Houston Mahoney
Duke Frederick/ Duke Senior Nat McIntyre*
Amiens David Olney
Jacques Derek Whittaker
Celia Amanda Card*
Oliver Santiago Sosa
Corin Phil Perry
Touchstone Jaye Phelps
Adam /Martext /Hymen Brian Webb Russell*
Apprentice Company:
Audrey Kate Breidert
William Jimmy Buck
Phebe Samantha Calatozzo
Jack de Boys J.T. Friend
Phebe Lacey Hartselle
Audrey Allie Huff
Charles / First Lord Andrew Johnson
Third Lord Baylee Morton
Second Lord Ben Pate
LeBeau Brett Runge
Silvius Naivell Steib
Dennis Charlie Webb
Director’s Apprentice Olivia Mell
Stage Manager’s Apprentice Elena Spradlin

* Denotes Member of Actors’ Equity Association or SAG-AFTRA (Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists)

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