Pseudolus: Ancient Comedy Inspires Fresh Laughs
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The last date listed for Pseudolus was Sunday March 16, 2014 / 1:30pm.
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I guess its proof of progress that it's hard to appreciate a comedy about slavery. Really need to be hit over the head with the subject, like the movie, 12 Years A Slave, or the play, Machinal. Might as well have a play about forest nymphs and fairies. At least they are things lots of people are still familiar with today.
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The gene frankel theater was a very small theater. Viewing the performance was difficult from many seats. The acting was spirited at times but lacked any sort of professionalism. The actors looked like they were having fun though.
Pseudolus – Miranda Webster
Calidorus, Simo – Alex Levitt
Ballio – Sarah Hegarty
Harpax, Simia, Boy, Ballio’s Slaves – Matthew K. Davis
Phoenicium, Charinus, Callipho, Cook, Ballio’s Women – Madison Byles
Director – Thomas R. Gordon
Stage Manager – Samantha Ryel
Costume Design – Al Malonga
Set Designer – Zach Serafin
Lighting Designer – Brian Henderson
Production Manager – Tasha Partee
Costume Director – Charlotte Gaspard