Variations on Hamlet: The Prince of Denmark
In HCC's Horowitz Center Smith Theatre
Friday, October 19 & Saturday, October 20 at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, October 21 at 2:00 p.m.
Directed by Howard Berkowitz
Jamie Barrios, Ryan Cole, Emily Groves, Jim Hart, Gareth Kelly, Sarah Luckadoo,
Kathy Marshall, Will Mekelburg
CREATIVES & PRODUCTION TEAM:
Director: Howard Berkowitz
Set, Props, Sound Coordination/Design: Emma K. McDonnell
Costume Stylist: Jessica Welch
Stage Combat & Vocal Coach: Sierra Young
Stage Management: Kelli Jones
Co-Production Manager: Seth Schwartz
AC's Producing Artistic Director: S.G. Kramer
A & H Humanities Chair, Tara Hart
AC's Marketing Assoc.: Daniel Johnston
MORE INFO ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION POSTED SOON!
|General Admission/ All Tickets: $10|
Parental Guidance Note: Recommended for ages 12 and up. No one under 10 years of age admitted.
Howard Berkowitz (director) taught English/Humanities for almost 40 years, the most recent 26 years at The Park School of Baltimore. In addition to directing theater for over a decade at Park, he has also been a theater director at Glenelg Country School, Laurel Mill Playhouse, Fells Point Corner Theater, and The Vagabond Players. His recent productions include The Normal Heart, The Complete History of America (abridged!), A Behanding in Spokane, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged!), “Art,” The Misanthrope, and An Evening of Chekhov One-Acts. He has been an actor in the Baltimore/Washington area, with some of his favorite roles being Matt Friedman (Talley’s Folly); Simon Stimson (Our Town); and Ricky Roma (Glengarry Glen Ross). He holds a B.A. from Dickinson College in English and Psychology, and an M.A. from Indiana University in Comparative Religions. He is delighted – again – to be a part of the lively and artistic world of HCC! He lives in Columbia with his cuddly cat, Karma, and his lovely wife, Jessica.
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