THE WITCH OF EDMONTON
By Thomas Dekker, John Ford, & William Rowley
Directed by Jesse Berger
A witch, a fool, a young man, his two wives, an angry mob, and one very devilish dog take the stage in the first major Off Broadway production of this fantastical tragicomedy. In a new adaptation of the original Jacobean play, this rarely-performed classic rips open the dark underbelly of a small town with humor and pathos. As the lives of its inhabitants intersect in spellbinding ways, the power of a community for both good and evil is revealed.
THE WITCH OF EDMONTON played Theater at St Clement's for an extended Off Broadway Run from January 25 - February 20, 2011.
Frank Thorney | Justin Blanchard
Winifred | Miriam Silverman
Sir Arthur Clarington | Christopher Innvar
Thorney | Christopher McCann
Carter | Sam Tsoutsouvas
Susan | Christina Pumariega
Katherine | Amanda Quaid
Warbeck/Countryman | Craig Baldwin
Somerton/Countryman | Carman Lacivita
Elizabeth Sawyer | Charlayne Woodard
Old Banks | André De Shields
Cuddy Banks | Adam Green
Dog | Derek Smith
Justice | Raphael Nash Thompson
Old Ratcliffe/Anne Ratcliffe | Everett Quinton
Director | Jesse Berger
Set Design | Anka Lupes
Costume Design | Cait O’Connor
Lighting Design | Peter West
Original Music | Daniel Levy
Sound Design | Elizabeth Rhodes
Fight Director | Rick Sordelet
Movement Director | Tracy Bersley
Projection Design | Dan Scully
Voice and Speech | Diego Daniel Pardo
Hair and Makeup | Erin Kennedy Lunsford
Aerial Effects | Paul Rubin
Properties | Deb Gauoette
Additional Special & Costume Effects | Jessica Scottt
Casting | Stuart Howard, Amy Schecter, Paul Hardt
Production Stage Manager | Damon Arrington
Poster Design | PLAZM
Production Photographer | Carol Rosegg
"Insightful ... a singular blend of psychological realism, naturalistic detail and lurid, black-magic-shadowed sensationalism. Perfectly entertaining."
- Ben Brantley, The New York Times
"Uniformly Excellent - Red Bull Theater's remarkable production is a rare treat."
"Doubly satisfying ... Striking... Vividly and robustly staged."
- New York Post
"There is much to savor in this latest offering from the Red Bull Theater."