June 24, 2019

Kat Anderegg is new to Classics on the Rocks as of this season - though honestly, what did we do without her? In addition to playing Mustardseed, she is our resident music guru, writing and playing lovely fairy songs (she's also currently a part of singer-songwriter du...

June 23, 2019

John St. Croix has been making Classics on the Rocks casts and crews break character and laugh their butts off since 2017. His Theseus is one of the most bizarrely hilarious character interpretations in our production, and we're so excited that he has returned for anot...

July 27, 2018

At Classics on the Rocks, we fancy ourselves somewhat known for our tongue-in-cheek, contemporary, relatable plot summaries in our playbills each summer. It's finally gotten to the point where they're just too giggle-worthy to keep to ourselves any longer. So if you've...

July 21, 2018

Sharon Stevens is Classics on the Rocks' Managing Director, and also finally back onstage this summer playing the role of Hermione. One of Shakespeare's more intense roles for women, Hermione must endure a false accusation, a harrowing trial, and sixteen years "dead" b...

July 19, 2018

The wonderful Lev Harvey joins us for another summer in a more serious, studied role. Camillo is the fiercely loyal right-hand man to first Leontes, then Polixenes. He serves as one of the bridges between the two countries and two acts of the play, and his noble sincer...

July 17, 2018

The lovely Alexandra (Ally) Doman shows off some of her wide range as an actress in this summer's production of The Winter's Tale, from a somber representative of the Oracle of Apollo to an unlucky-in-love country girl in the second act's pastoral comedy, to the gentle...

July 15, 2018

Lucas Serby gets to clown around in The Winter's Tale - literally. He kicks off the much-needed comic relief at the start of the second act as the adopted brother of a lost princess (spoilers!) who has...more than doting fond lady friend.

An unrelated fun fact about Luc...

July 10, 2018

Connor Scott takes on a pair of the more intense roles in The Winter's Tale. Without too many spoilers...Antigonus is the one who has to exit pursued by a bear (so you can imagine how that ends for him). And Time is a concept personified at the start of the second act....

Thomas Daniels is our Autolycus - a clever, tricky rogue who only ever does good by accident. In this role, Thomas talks more than any other actor directly to the audience, and provides the show's musical element while we're in Bohemia. 

With any luck, he'll have you la...

Yet another returning cast member (it's almost like people love working with Classics on the Rocks, or something) - Twelfth Night's Olivia is here reincarnated as Emilia/Dion/Dorcas and Gentleman #2! Anna Lewein is a smart, quick, and, when it's called for, utterl...

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