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The Tragedy of Arthur Cast
Geordie Broadwater

GEORDIE BROADWATER (Agent) - Geordie has worked on several previous Guerilla Shakespeare productions, including Taming of the Shrew and Julius Caesar. Geordie was a co-founder and Artistic Director of the Babel Theatre Project and has directed premier productions and workshops of works by Bekah Brunstetter, Chloe Moss, Sam Marks, Dan LeFranc, Andy Bragen, Greg Moss, Julia Brownell and many many others. He has an MFA from Brown / Trinity.

Sarah Hankins

SARAH HANKINS (Dana) - Sarah is thrilled to be joining GSP for Arthur! NYC Theater includes Toy Box Theatre (Woyzeck, Tis Pity She’s a Whore), Queen’s Company (Oliver in As You Like It, various workshops), Metropolitan Playhouse (The Octoroon, East Village Chronicles, Under the Gaslight), Boomerang Theater (Adriana in Comedy of Errors), Phare Play (Trinculo in Tempest, Dance at Bataan), and Genesis Rep (Juliet in Romeo & Juliet). Over 20 regional roles, including Desdemona, Portia, Ophelia, Miranda, Bianca and Queen Margaret at Orlando Shakespeare (6 seasons), Shakespeare & Company, Bristol Riverside, Georgia Shakespeare, Virginia Shakespeare, and Depot Theatre. Series regular as the sexy waitress Irene on the new webseries The Chanticleer. Much love and many thanks to my family! www.sarahhankins.com

Jordan Kaplan

JORDAN KAPLAN (Lawyer) - With GSP: King John, Taming of the Shrew, Measure for Measure and Two Noble Kinsmen. Jordan has performed with many New York City companies including Prospect Theater Company, Red Fern Theatre Company, Astoria Performing Arts Center, and the Hunger and Thirst Theatre Collective (where he is an Associate Artist). Regional: American Conservatory Theater, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Tennessee Shakespeare Company, Trinity Repertory Company, Stanford Summer Theater. Proud graduate of Stanford University and Brown/Trinity Rep. He would like to thank his friends and family for their unyielding support.

Madeleine Maby

MADELEINE MABY (Wife) - Madeleine is thrilled to be working with Guerrilla Shakespeare again. Favorite shows include; Weekend at an English Country Estate, The Girl in the Flammable Skirt and Alice in Wonderland with The Ateh Theater Group, 39 Steps and Witness For the Prosecution with The Barnstormers Theatre in New Hampshire, The Importance of Being Earnest with Counting Squares, Bloody Mary with Third Man Productions and Taming of the Shrew with the Guerrilla Shakespeare Project.

Eric Emil Oleson

ERIC EMIL OLESON (Father) - NYC: The Lathe of Heaven, Rudolph II and Scenes From a Misunderstanding (UTC#61). Regional: Coriolanus (Shakespeare Theatre, D.C.); Our Town (Arena Stage); Gross Indecency and Spider's Web (Cortland Rep); Bach at Leipzig (Cider Mill Playhouse); Julius Caesar, All’s Well That Ends Well and Moliere’s Shorts (Actors' Shakespeare Co.); Claire Z. (Sacred Fools); and Nobody Here But Us Chickens (Studio Theatre.) Television: Damages. Eric is also a director with a MFA from Boston University's College of Fine Arts.

Jacques Roy

JACQUES ROY (Arthur) - Jacques is a founding member and Producing Director of Guerrilla Shakespeare. With the GSP: Julius Caesar, Measure for Measure, Two Noble Kinsmen, King John and Taming of the Shrew. Other New York credits: From the Same Cloth (Fault Line Theatre); Weekend at an English Country Estate (ATEH Theater Group); A Great Place to be From (Babel Theatre Project); The Importance of Being Earnest (Counting Squares). Regional: Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Trinity Repertory Company, Heart of America Shakespeare Festival, American Players Theatre, and the Great River Shakespeare Festival. Film/TV: All My Children, The Louisiana Conversation and Stake Land. Training: BA from Macalester College and an MFA from Brown University / Trinity Rep.

Tom Schwans

TOM SCHWANS (Professor) - Tom is the Executive Director and a founding member of GSP. Tom grew up in the Black Hills of South Dakota and has acted and directed for theatres across the country. Tom received his Bachelor's degree from The Minnesota State University Moorhead and his MFA from Brown University/Trinity Rep. For six years, he served as The Associate Artistic Director and Director of Education for The Old Creamery Theatre Company. He also served as the Artistic Director to the Deertrees Theatre Festival in Maine. His teaching credits Qunnipiac University, Fairfield University, Southern Connecticut State University, Brown University, and several private clients in NYC. Favorite GSP roles include Brutus in Julius Caesar (Original GSP Production), The Bastard in King John, Lucio in Measure for Measure and Hortensio in Taming of the Shrew. Regional Acting & Directing Credits include: Trinity Repertory Theatre, Old Creamery Theatre, Black Hills Playhouse, Deertrees Theatre & Fairfield University.