Shakespeare,  Theatre,  Wildflower

Season of Love Continues – Announcing the Cast of Romeo & Juliet

These past two weeks have been busy over here in Wildflower HQ. As we were finishing up the Sacramento Shakespeare Festival, we were starting on the next production for Wildflower, Romeo & Juliet. 

Over 20 women and young women have joined us on this next adventure and I’m excited to announce the cast list. 

  • Abraham – Reese Lee
  • Apothecary – Rosalind Smith
  • Balthasar – Shannon Poe
  • Benvolio – Johnna Wood *
  • Capulet – Kathleen Poe *
  • Chorus – Kim McCann-Lawson
  • Friar John – Erika McCall
  • Friar Laurence – Christine Nicholson
  • Gregory – Hailey Kopp
  • Juliet – Katherine Benitez
  • Lady Capulet – Theresa Vann-Stribling
  • Lady Montague – Dagney Hollman
  • Mercutio – Jolie Meade
  • Montague – Sarah Palmero
  • Nurse – Shelby Saumier *
  • Paris – Devin Justice
  • Peter – Lily Stribling
  • Prince Escalus – Kim McCann-Lawson
  • Romeo – Julianna Hess *
  • Sampson – Margaux Warren
  • Tybalt – Kayla Willett *
  • Page to Paris – Hailey Kopp
  • Watch – Azami Abe
  • Page to Mercutio – Azami Abe

* Founding company member

Romeo & Juliet is directed by Lori Ann DeLappe-Grondin and our fights will be choreographed by Jes Gonzales. 

Romeo & Juliet is the final production in our Creative Economy Grant Project, awarded to Lori Ann and the company to fund some additional performances this year. We expanded our offerings over the summer to include a Monday night performance and two lunch time performances of Much Ado About Nothing. We will continue that tradition with a Monday night offering of R & J Fremont Park on Sept. 17 at 5:30pm. Our regular performances will be Sept. 14 – 16 at 5:30pm in Fremont Park. All performances are free and donations are gladly accepted. Click here to donate. 

Wildflower Women’s Ensemble is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non‐profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of Wildflower Women’s Ensemble must be made payable to “Fractured Atlas” and are tax‐deductible to the extent permitted by law.

 

 

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