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
soldier/poet Justin Alexander    
soldier/poet Russell O'Connell    

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.

Production History

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