written by Albert Camus, adapted by David Greig
directed by Amy Rummenie
All powerful. Flawlessly logical. Barking mad.
February 13 - 28, 2009
Red Eye Theater
A young and heartbroken Roman Emperor holds dominion over the known world. Using vicious logic and deliberate cruelty, he tests the limits of absolute power. Has he really found the impossible: the meaning of life? This play by renowned French philosopher and Nobel winner Albert Camus is given a lush new translation by British playwright David Greig.
|caligula||Dave Gangler||director||Amy Rummenie|
|helicon||Charles Hubbell||set||Steve Kath|
|caesonia||Ellen Karsten||costumes||Kathy Kohl|
|cherea||Sam Landman||lighting||Peter Mitchell|
|scipio||Sid Solomon||sound||Montana Johnson|
|metellus||Peter Ooley||props||Jenna Papke|
|octavius||Larry J. Evans||stage manager||Sarah Holmberg|
|cassius||Ed Williams, Jr.||dramaturg||Leslie Koppenhaver|
|mereia||Matthew Glover||assistant director||Katie Willer|
|lepidus||Shad Cooper||fight choreographer||Luis Rosa|
|mucius||Joe Wiener||sound board operator||Ben Egerman|
|mucius' wife||Jennifer Phillips||production images||Dan Norman|
Costume design sketches by Kathy Kohl
Production Images (by Dan Norman)
This activity is made possible, in part, by funds provided by the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council through an appropriation by the Minnesota Legislature.