THE DUCHESS OF MALFI
By John Webster
Directed by Jesse Berger
A great romance turns to horror as the Duchess of Malfi seeks true love in a world of forbidden passions. A play for our time as much as its own, John Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi examines sexual repression, honor, class, and the true value of the human spirit, in this explosive drama of Italian intrigue. Red Bull Theater’s production was the first New York revival of this Jacobean masterpiece in over 50 years.
THE DUCHESS OF MALFI played Theater at St Clement's for an extended Off Broadway Run from February 21 - March 28, 2010.
Antonio | Matthew Greer
Delio | Haynes Thigpen
Bosola | Matthew Rauch
Cardinal of Aragon | Patrick Page
Ferdinand, Duke of Calabria | Gareth Saxe
Roderigo | Clark Carmichael
Grisolan | Jason C. Brown
Castruccio | Eric Hoffman
Malateste | Keith Hamilton Cobb
Duchess of Malfi | Christina Rouner
Cariola | Carol Halstead
Julia | Heidi Armbruster
Director | Jesse Berger
Set Design | Beowulf Boritt
Costume Design | Jared B. Leese
Lighting Design | Jason Lyons
Original Music | Scott Killian
Sound Design | Nathan Leigh
Fight Director | J. David Brimmer
Choreography | Tracy Bersley
Voice and Speech | Shane Ann Younts
Hair and Makeup | Erin Kennedy Lunsford
Properties | Sean McArdle
Puppets | Jessica Scott
Masks | Emily DeCola
Casting | Stuart Howard
Production Stage Manager | Rebecca C. Monroe
"A lusty, blood-soaked spectacle, featuring fine acting and subtle pleasures."
—The New Yorker
"Intellectually, aesthetically and viscerally exciting - Bloody good theater!"
"A grand theatrical meal - Stunning!"