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Stage Players
Posted 04/03/2017 03:46PM

This weekend, the Jesuit Masque performed "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead," with four shows over three days (March 30-April 1).

The Multi-Purpose Room at Jesuit High School was packed Friday and Saturday night to see the Masque's interpretation of Tom Stoppard's 1966 play, which expands upon the exploits of two minor characters from William Shakespeare's "Hamlet," courtiers Rosencrantz and Guilderstern. J.P. Menendez '19 and George Morgan '18 starred as the title characters, and the performance received much acclaim.

Producer/Director - Richard Miller
Stage Manager - Jack Garthwaite '17
Costume and Makeup Design - Olivia Traud (AHN)
Sound Design - Miles Almadrones '17
Lighting Design - Nate Snyder '17

Rosencrantz - J.P. Menendez '19
Guildenstern - George Morgan '18
The Player - Lucas Pasquier '17
Claudius - Harrison Redd '18
Gertrude - Lauren Lavery  (AHN)
Polonius - Landon Moody '19
Hamlet - Riley Buchanan '20
Ophelia - Isabella Onken (AHN)
Tragedians - Xander Arena '20, Julia Barreto (AHN), Patrick Hutson '20, Onken, Gio Taylor '20, Hannah Traud (AHN), Matt Zloto '17.

Photo slideshow from the March 31 performance:



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