Shakespeare for Everyone

 


1988
Prospect Park
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by Thomas Southerne, based on the novella by Aphra Behn
directed by Jonathan Bank

Oroonoko was first presented in 1695.  The last New York production was in 1832.  Ralph Richardson performed the title role in black face in England in in 1932.  This was the first time that all of the African characters were played by actors of African descent.

 

Lucy Welldon

Cassandra Johnson*

Charlotte Welldon

Cate Smit

Widow Lackitt

Colleen Smith Wallnau*

Stanmore

Timothy Joseph Ryan*

Lt. Governor

Mark Schulte

Blanford

Randy Aramondo*

Captain Driver

Chris Oden

Jack Stanmore

Nick Dantos

Oroonoko

M.W. Reid*

Daniel

Billy Miller*

Imoinda

Lisa M. Bostnar*

Hottman

Don E. Williams

Aboan

John D. Thompson*

Planters

David Costelloe Ben Olsen
Dale Berg Frank Smith

Slaves

Gregory Delmosthmoe Antonio David Lyons
Lincoln Douglas Tyrone Pickett
*Member of Actors' Equity Association (AEA)

CREW

Co-Producers

Deborah Wright Houston*
Liz Shipman

Assistant Director Heather Gillespie
Stage Manager Mazerati Nieves

Set Designer

Katerina Fiore

Lighting Designer Mark T. Simpson

Sound Designer

Raymond D. Schilke

Photographer

Barry Burns

Graphic Designers Aron Lenehan,
Kelrom Agency
Press Representative David Rothenberg Associates

Special Thanks

Lynn-Marie Macy Judith Jarosz,
Theatre Ten Ten
Paul DeVita, Westside
Repertory Theatre
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