These are great! (I get interviewed at 2 minutes in and sword fight at 5 Minutes in)
CAPTAIN BLOOD, written by David Rice and originally produced by First Folio Theatre
Directed by Janice L. Blixt
Fight Choreography – Nick Sandys
Original Music & Sound Design – Christopher Kriz
Scenic Design – Angela Weber Miller
Lighting Design – Greg Freeman
Costume Design – Alexa Weinzerl
Projections Design – Erin Pleake
Properties Design – Scott Leaton
Starring Nick Sandys and Heather Chrisler, and featuring Aaron Christensen, Austin England, Christopher Jones, Sam Krey, Kevin McKillip, Jennifer Mohr, Almanya Narula, Jaq Seifert, and Chris Vizurraga
Dueling Critics made us a critics pic!
We have one more week! Here are some pictures!
Everyone thinks we're so charming!
"'Perhaps we should try an institution made up of women for a change,' That's delivered with panache by Heather Chrisler's Arabella." -Chicago Tribune
"Opposite Sandys, Heather Chrisler is also great as Arabella. Rice noted to the "Herald" that the adaptation brings much of his relationship with Vesely to the adaptation, and Sandys and Chrisler do the wit and chemistry of the piece justice." -Edge Media Network
"Arabella Bishop (a spirited, self-reliant Heather Chrisler)" -Daily Herald
Here are the current Jeff Recommended shows playing: jeffawards.orgwww.jeffawards.org/jeffplays/recommended.cfm
good friday made Newcity's Top Five Dramas of 2016!!! http://www.newcitystage.com/2016/12/15/newcitys-top-5-of-everything-2016-stage/
Next seafaring adaptation is on its way! Cast announcement for Captain Blood at First Folio is right here!
I'm playing Arabella...here's a picture of Olivia de Havilland playing Arabella in the movie in 1935.
love this cast so much!!! Sad to see this beautiful story go...
Here are some codes that you can use if you haven't made it yet!
Industry code "stowaway" will get you 50% off.
There are also limited $20 tickets available with the code "mutiny."
You can do this online or at the door: http://pegasustheatrechicago.org/
"In translating the story from page to stage for Pegasus Theatre, Duncan and Barr succeed in giving us a ripping yarn that makes us feel—and reflect."
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