Apr 3 to May 4
Virginia Woolf, adapted by Sarah Ruhl

Orlando is a fun frolic that stays true to what one writer calls “the most joyful” of Virginia Woolf’s books.

Jan Farrington, TheaterJones

runs April 3 through May 4
Thursdays 7:30
Fridays & Saturdays 8:00
Sundays 3:00

A luminous and whimsical sweeping epic. In a journey that defies time and the laws of nature, a strapping young English nobleman falls asleep, and upon waking, finds that he is now a she. One of Virginia Woolf’s most acclaimed novels, the story of Orlando is a fantastical free-fall into the mysteries of love, knowledge, identity, and not only what it means to live in the present moment, but imagining who we may become in the next.

Katherine Bourne** - Sasha
Nick Moore** - Chorus
Anastasia Munoz* - Orlando
Stephen Rosenberger** - Chorus
Mark Shum* - Chorus 

Katherine Bourne

Work at Stage West includes:  Bianca in The Taming of the Shrew, Geraldine in What the Butler Saw.
Work outside Stage West includes:  Claire in Jailbait (Dallas Actor’s Lab), Stella in Abraham Zobell, Lulu in The Birthday Party (both Undermain), Irene in Dividing 

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Nick Moore

Work at Stage West includes:  Faulkland in The Rivals, Tim in Noises Off.
Work outside Stage West includes:  John Wilkes Booth in Assassins (Onstage in Bedford), Lightning Bug in archy and mehitabel (Hip Pocket Theater), Sir Andrew Aguecheek in Twelfth Night

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Anastasia Munoz

First appearance at Stage West.
Work outside Stage West includes:  Eurydice in Eurydice, Analiese in Snow Queen (both Undermain), Mayella Ewell in To Kill a Mockingbird (Dallas Theater Center and Casa Manana), Dr. Scientist/Bureaucrat

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Stephen Rosenberger

First appearance at Stage West. 
Work outside Stage West includes:  Ensemble in Thoroughly Modern Millie (Miller Outdoor Theatre), Malvolio in Twelfth Night, Ensemble in Godspell, Rob in Cell Mates (Theatre TCU). 

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Mark Shum

Work at Stage West includesBruce in Beyond TherapyChorus in OrlandoJeeves in Thank You, Jeeves, Tranio et al in The Taming of the ShrewBluntschli in Arms and the Man, Boko in Jeeves in the Morning, Clown in The 39 Steps, Reg in The Norman Conquests, Gussie Fink-Nottle in The Code of the Woosters, Garry/Roger in Noises Off , Hal in Loot.

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Directors - Garret Storms & Jim Covault
Production Stage Manager - Jim Covault
Technical Director - Jason Domm
Costume Design - Michael Robinson & Dallas Costume Shoppe
Lighting Design - Michael O'Brien
Set Design - Jim Covault
Props/Set Decor - Lynn Lovett