The Barber of Seville
Written by Pierre Beaumarchais, translated by John Wells
Directed by Mandy Fox
June 26-July 27 / Thursdays through Sundays / 8pm
Schiller Park, Amphitheatre Stage

A classic love triangle turned hilarious romp

Count Almaviva has come to a country town in chase of the beautiful Rosine, but finds her locked in the house of her guardian, Doctor Bartholo, who secretly intends on marrying her himself. While the count is developing his plan to woo Rosine, he happens upon his old servant Figaro. Together, the two seek to outwit the Doctor and secure the true love bond between Rosine and Count Almaviva.

Creative Team
Director: Mandy Fox
Assistant Director: Aaron Lopez
Costume Designer: Emily Jeu
Set Designer: Trent Bean
Lighting Designer: Jarod Wilson
Sound Designer: Bill Bragg
Sound Engineer: Catherine Rinella
Stage Manager: Brynna Newkirk
Assistant Stage Managers: Rachel Canowitz and Amber Nunez
Prop Person: Liz Langford
Light Board Operator: Rob Philpott
Sound Board Operator: Ellie Allen
Composer: Theo Jackson
Wardrobe Manager: Dayton Willison
House Managers: Ayla Stirnaman and Ansley Stewart

Count Almaviva: Daniel Shtivelberg
Rosine: Sehri Alese*
Doctor Bartholo: Philip Hickman
Figaro: Sue Wismar
Mistress Bazile: Jennifer Youngblood
The Youth and Others: Beth Josephsen
Wideawake and Others: TBD

*appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association


Daniel Shtivelberg as Count Almaviva, Sehri Alese as Rosine, Philip Hickman as Doctor Bartholo and Sue Wismar as Figaro. Photo by Nick Pershing.


Philip Hickman as Doctor Bartholo and Sehri Alese as Rosine. Photo by Nick Pershing.


Sue Wismar as Figaro, Daniel Shtivelberg as Count Almaviva, Sehri Alese as Rosine and Philip Hickman as Doctor Bartholo. Photo by Nick Pershing.

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