Furlan Auditorium Production


This is one of Shakespeare's funniest and most accessible comedies. The play features his most popular comic hero, Sir John Falstaff, who mistakenly believes he can seduce the wives of two prominent country gentlemen, Master Page and Master Ford. When the wives discover that each has the affection of the old knight, they plot together to expose his wanton foolishness. Master Ford, an insanely jealous man who believes his wife to be unfaithful, decides to test her loyalty by hiring another man to seduce her. Unfortunately, he hires the very same man who has designs on his wife, Sir John Falstaff. Hilarity runs wild in this Elizabethan romp!

Sir John Falstaff – Michael Duncan*

Mistress Ford – Suzette Nelson

Mistress Page – Tracy Blaschka

Anne Page, her daughter – Kelley Ristow

Fenton, a gentleman – Nathan Berish

Shallow, a country justice – Doug Smedbron

Slender, cousin to Shallow – Jeffrey Berens

Ford, a gentleman in Windsor – Doug Jarecki

Page, a gentleman in Windsor – John Starmer

Hugh Evans, a Welsh parson – John Raynor

Doctor Caius, a Frenchman – Ken Williams

Nurse Quickly, maid to Caius – Jeanna Troglia

Host of Garter Inn – Michael Koscinski

Followers of Falstaff:

Bardolph – Stanley Steingold

Pistol – Paul Pfannenstiel

Nym – Curtis Stuempfl

Robin, page to Falstaff – Sean Duncan

Kate Simple, servant to Slender – Amy Hauck

Rugby, servant to Dr. Caius – Allen Oldham

Bess, servant to Ford – Tonya Walker

Jane, servant to Ford – Pamela Spaulding

Robert, servant to Ford – Tristin Ganter

John, servant to Ford – John Hrobar

Children of Windsor – Shilpa Talwalker, Erika Lowerr, & Danielle Retzer

*Member of Actor’s Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers


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Director – Michael Duncan

Set Designer – John Starmer

Costume Designer – Wendy Collins

Light Designer – Marty Wallner

Music Composer – William Penn

Speech & Language Coach – Tyne Turner

Choreographer – John Cramer

Stage Manager – Ellen Langler


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