Rapp, Cuccioli, Ayers, Green and More Set for King Stag Performance March 24

News   Rapp, Cuccioli, Ayers, Green and More Set for King Stag Performance March 24
A one-night-only performance of Jeremy Dobrish's The King Stag will be presented March 24 at Theatre Row to benefit Resonance Ensemble's 2008 season.
Anthony Rapp
Anthony Rapp Photo by Aubrey Reuben

Also directed by Dobrish, the evening will feature the talents of Rent's Anthony Rapp as Deramo and Jekyll & Hyde's Robert Cuccioli as Tartaglia with Robert Ari as Pantalone, Becca Ayers as Angela, Michi Barrall as Clarissa, Sean Dugan as Leander, Adam Green as Joe Smith and Jennifer Mudge as Smeraldina. Adapted from the original Carlo Gozzi play, Dobrish's The King Stag, press notes state, "is a Shakespearean-like fairy-tale about a bachelor king who wants proof of a woman's love before he will consent to marry. With entrapped wizards, talking animals, and magic spells that cause the souls of the characters to switch bodies (think 'Freaky Friday'), this farcical look at faith and love is a comedic delight."

The evening will begin at 6 PM with a reception followed by the 7:30 PM performance.

Theatre Row is located in Manhattan at 410 West 42nd Street. Tickets, priced $80 ($70 of which is tax deductible), are available by visiting www.ResonanceEnsemble.org or by mailing a check to Resonance Ensemble, P.O. Box 771, Times Square Station, New York, NY 10108. For more information call (646) 263-6673.


Resonance Ensemble is dedicated to "developing new theatrical work inspired by the timelessness and universalism of the classics, and to producing resonating groups of theatrical presentations that echo across countless cultures and eras to confront themes and ideas significant to audiences of today."

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