One Man, Two Guvnors
AMY HERZBERG Director
MARK SUMMERLIN Music Director
D.C. WRIGHT Fight Director
NATHAN W. SCHEUER Scenic and Lighting Designer
RUBY BILLIG KEMPH Costume Designer
WILL EUBANKS Sound Designer
ASHLEIGH BURNS Properties Designer
GAIL LEFTWICH Choreographer
DAVID A LORANCA* Stage Manager
CRAIG MACDONALD* Harry Dangle
KATIE CUNNINGHAM* Dolly
DAVID ALAN ANDERSON* Lloyd Boateng
STEVEN DENNIS* Charlie “The Duck”
ELIZABETH BOYKE Pauline Clench
JUSTIN WALKER Alan Dangle
CHRIS CRAWFORD* Francis Henschall
LIZZIE O’HARA Rachel Crabbe
JOSHUA MARX* Stanley Stubbers
JAMES TAYLOR ODOM Gareth/Ensemble
SETH ANDREW BRIDGES* Alfie
* Actors Equity Association member
AUG 28-SEPT 21, 2014
in the Studio Theatre at Walton Arts Center's Nadine Baum Studios
A glorious celebration of the power of live theatre to make you laugh out loud. Adapted from The Servant of Two Masters, this multi-award-winning new comedy follows the increasingly perilous attempts of Francis Henschall to keep his two “guvnors” straight. The play’s unique blend of satire, live music, commedia and wit have made it an international sensation. With Chris Crawford as Francis Henschall. Directed by Amy Herzberg.
Meet the Artists
CHRIS CRAWFORD (Francis) returns to T2, where he previously appeared in Noises Off and Boeing-Boeing. He is producing artistic director and co-founder of Playhouse Tulsa. Awards include the national Irene Ryan Award and Mark Twain Comedy Acting Award (Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival—2007), as well as an acting fellowship with Shakespeare Theatre Company (Washington, DC). Regional credits include: The Foreigner (American Stage); Moonlight and Magnolias, Shining City, I Love You Because (Playhouse Tulsa); Bat Boy: the Musical, My Way: A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra, The Who’s Tommy, and A Christmas Carol (American Theatre Company). Directing credits include: The Great American Trailer Park Musical, Macbeth (Playhouse Tulsa); Hamlet, The Viewpoints Project, Lucky Stiff: the Musical, and The Oedipus Cycle (ORU Theatre). Regional credits include Tamburlaine, Edward II (Shakespeare Theatre Company); Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Romeo and Juliet, The Producers; Othello; The Taming of the Shrew; and The Sound of Music (Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre). He holds an MFA from the University of Arkansas.
AMY HERZBERG (Director) is associate artistic director and a co-founder of T2, and directs the MFA/BA acting programs at the University of Arkansas. For TheatreSquared, she has directed Good People, Bad Dates, The Last Five Years, Moonlight and Magnolias and Next to Normal. She appeared in T2’s Hamlet and the world premieres of The Spiritualist and My Father’s War—a play about her father’s experiences in WWII—and in numerous roles for the Arkansas New Play Festival. Acting credits include work at La Jolla Playhouse, George Street Playhouse, Valle Christi International Theatre Festival (Italy), and San Diego Repertory Theatre, where she was in the resident company for four years. Recent performances in new plays include the Blank Theatre (Los Angeles), New Harmony Project (Indiana), New York Theatre Workshop, Theatre J (Washington DC), Cambridge University, and English Theatre Berlin (Germany). She has directed over 30 productions for the U of A, including most recently 33 Variations. She has received numerous honors for her work, including the Kennedy Center’s ACTF National Acting Teacher Fellowship (2003), U of A’s Charles and Nadine Baum Teaching Award (2005), Fulbright College Master Teacher Award (2013), and, along with her husband, the Governor’s Arts Award (2013). She holds an MFA in Acting from Cal Arts, with additional training from American Conservatory Theatre and the Actors Center in New York.
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