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Production Page
Networking Party & Costume Fund Night Out
Opening GALA

meet the creative cast and crew

"Stockyards Theatre Project got things right in this show--from casting choices to wonderful articulation to fine fight scenes, cute humorous bits and raw passion....See this show and you'll become a believer."  (

Directors: Angela Bonacasa*, SAFD
                & Katie Carey Govier*

Fight Director: Angela Bonacasa*, SAFD

Stage Manager: Sarah Borer

Production Manager: Jenniffer J. Thusing*

Dramaturg: Margie Pignataro

Verse Coach: LaRonika Thomas*

Technical Director: Meagen Alm

Master Carpenter: Robert Groth

Scenic Concept: Michael Govier

Scenic Design: Drew Scott

Costume Design: Lori Jean Theisen

Lighting Design: Christine Ferriter

Sound Design: Michael Govier & Katie Carey Govier*

Original Music: Curtis Williams

Assistant Fight Director: Elizabeth Styles*

Fight Captain: Toby Minor

* indicates members of Stockyards' Muse Ensemble and Artistic Associates

Rehearsal Gallery Link
click on the picture for the REHEARSAL GALLERY

"Elizabeth Styles is a fluid and charismatic Hal....Stephanie Repin is a marvel of rock-hard commitment as Worcester..." (Chicago Reader)

Henry: Mary Ross

Hal: Elizabeth Styles*

John of Lancaster: Jessica Dunne

Westmerland: Jill Hames

Blunt: Sheila Regan

Falstaff: Eric Frederickson

Poins: Dana Januszyk*

Baroldphe: Meredith Lyons

Peto: Jocelyn Fultz*

Gadshill: Sheila Regan

Hostess: Francesca Peppiatt*

Hotspur: Stacie Barra

Worcester: Stephanie Repin

Northumberland: Toby Minor

Mortimer: Alison Dornheggen

Glendower: Elizabeth Urello

Dowglas: David Kelch

Vernon: Jocelyn Fultz*

Messenger: Dana Januszyk*

Sheriff: Toby Minor

Carrier: Jessica Dunne

Travelers: Jessica Dunne, Jill Hames, Toby Minor & Francesca Peppiatt*

Henry & Glendower: Jill Hames
Hal: Alison Dornheggen
Hotspur: Sheila Regan
Please note that the role of Glendower will be played by Jill Hames August 18-21.

Stockyards Theatre Project's Henry 4 (part one)

Don't miss this ferocious re-imagining of Shakespeare's classic play! 
Katie Carey Govier's new adaptation places women in the central roles. 

advancing women through theatre arts