|Musical Direction||Paul Reekie|
|Stage Manager||Suzanne Clement Jones (AEA)|
|Scene Design||Natalie Tavaras|
|Costume Design||Jessica Cowden|
|Lighting Design||Tom Shorrock|
|Sound Design||Guy Haubrich|
Samantha Kaufman &
A reimagined production set as a Renaissance Festival show.
|Princess Winnifred||Emily Freeman|
|Prince Dauntless||Eytan Deray|
|Queen Aggravain||Maribeth Graham (AEA)|
|King Sextimus||Barry Tarallo (AEA)|
|Lady Larken||Tara Collandra|
|Sir Harry||Jordon Armstrong|
|Jester||Clifton J. Adams|
"Working with Bruce is the quintessential definition of collaboration. Not only does Bruce emit sparks of artistic ideas for you to play with but is also open to receiving the artistic sparks emitted by those around him. Bruce has this excitedly engaged and inspiring presence which creates not only a fun environment but an accepting one. His ability to take away an actor's self-conscious fear of being wrong creates a world of creativity of which has no limits. This world of encouragement without judgement allows actors to explore deeper into their craft. Bruce also has the unique ability to work flawlessly with actors of all skill levels. He gives inexperienced actors the guidance to learn and grow, while simultaneously giving experienced actors the direction to exceed and expand."
-- Samantha K.
"I had a great experience working with Bruce! I particularly admired the communication skills he demonstrated while working with students and veterans alike. After watching him direct an undergrad in a session, I shared with the student that Bruce had just given him some acting tools that would be of tremendous value to him far beyond this one role in one production."
-- Maribeth G.
"I had the pleasure of working with Bruce when I was hired to play King Sextimus (The Mute). The role requires the King to communicate through pantomime. Bruce's direction and keen eye for physical comedy helped me to mine some pretty hysterical moments."
-- Barry T.
Photo credit Jessica Cowden