The World’s Stage Theatre Company Presents Peter Shaffer’s Amadeus at the Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum
Opening Thursday March 13
Milwaukee, WI – The Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum, in partnership with The World’s Stage Theatre Company are proud to present Peter Shaffer’s Amadeus opening Thursday March 13, beginning at 7:30 p.m. This Tony Award winning play will be performed eight nights only. General admission tickets are $25 / $22 Seniors / $18 Students and can be purchased in advance online at Brown Paper Tickets (http://amadeus.bpt.me) or at the door the night of the performance availability permitting. A special $15 opening night special is being offered.
About The Play
“This provocative work weaves a confrontation between mediocrity and genius into a tale of breathtaking dramatic power. In the court of the Austrian Emperor Josef, Antonio Salieri is the established composer. Enter the greatest musical genius of all time: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Salieri has given himself to God so that he might realize his sole ambition to be a great composer. Mozart is a foul-mouthed, graceless oaf who has that which is beyond Salieri’s envious grasp: Genius.”
*Tony Award Winner*
*Academy Award Winner Motion Picture Adaptation*
“Thrilling… a triumphant production.” – N.Y. Times
Antonio Salieri: Mack Heath
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Jared McDaris
Constanze: Gretchen Mahkorn
Katherina Cavalieri: Julianne Frey
EmperorJoseph II: Michael Keiley
Count Van Strack: Mark Puchinsky
Count Orsini-Rosenberg, Director of Imperial Opera: Nathan Wesselowski
Baron Van Swieten: Greg Ryan
Venticelli: Hayley Cotton, Tawnie Thompson and Danielle Levings
Director: Catie O’Donnell
Assistant Director/Dramatruge: Erykah Kirkstein-Zastrow
Costume/Make-up Coordinator: Emily Pomplun
Sound Design: Scott Glogovsky
Illumination provided by AntiShadows, LLC
Technical Assistant: Tracy Nowak
Thurs. March 13th – 7:30pm (Opening)
Fri. March 14th – 7:30pm
Sat. March 15th – 7:30pm
Sun. March 16th – 6:00pm
Mon. March 17th – 7:30pm
Fri. March 21st – 7:30pm
Sat. March 22nd – 7:30pm
Sun. March 23rd – 6:00pm (Closing)
About The World’s Stage Theatre Company
The mission of The World’s Stage Theatre Company is to inspire, entertain, and delightfully shock our audiences with a broad spectrum of theatrical works. The World’s Stage Theatre was founded in 2009 and is a fiscally sponsorednon-profit organization. We look to inspire the community around us, create whole theatrical experiences for our audience, build new artistic relationships in the community and beyond, encourage inter-arts collaboration, illuminate classics for contemporary audiences, and bring unique new works to the stage. The World’s Stage Theatre’s home base is in Milwaukee, WI. Since founding in 2009 – we have produced over 16 productions.
Past works include, “The McDonagh Festival – A celebration of Martin McDonagh”, “punkplay” by Gregory S. Moss, “The Unseen” by Craig Wright, “Project: Working Title – A look into the play-writing process”, and the Off-Broadway debut of, “Waiting… A Song Cycle” at the Cherry Lane Theatre, NYC.
2014 Season: Re-Write. Re-Invent. Re-Imagine.
About VillaTerrace Decorative Arts Museum
Overlooking Lake Michigan, this Italian Renaissance-style villa was designed by architect David Adler in 1923. Originally the residence of Lloyd Smith of the A.O. Smith Corporation and his family, the museum features fine and decorative arts dating from the 15th through the 18th centuries, wrought-iron masterpieces by Milwaukee’s most important craftsman Cyril Colnik, a formal Renaissance garden, changing exhibitions by local, regional, and international artists, and community events including theater, literature, poetry, arts education, and special events. More information at www.villaterracemuseum.org.
Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum
2220 N. Terrace Avenue / Milwaukee / 53202
Open Hours: Wednesday – Sunday, 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Admission: $7/Adults, $5/Students, Seniors, Veteran
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