SANTA CRUZ SHAKESPEARE 2015 41 The 39 Steps Richard III The Merchant of Venice King Lear Antony and Cleopatra. Other credits include the Guthrie Theatre the Denver Center Arizona Pioneer GeVa Northlight Fords theatre companies the Old Globe the Pasadena Geffen Laguna Cincinnati Cleveland Hampton Timberlake playhouses the Oregon Colorado Illinois Shakespeare festivals Berkeley Seattle South Coast Tennessee Missouri San Diego New Mexico Milwaukee St Louis repertory theatres Williamstown Sundance theatre festivals Childrens Theatre Company of Minneapolis A Contemporary Theatre Florida Stage Portland Pennsylvania Center stages. B. ModernCostume Designer Much Ado About Nothing Macbeth designed costumes and served as an Associate Artist for over 50 productions and 28 seasons at Shakespeare Santa Cruz. She is delighted to continue this creative relationship with Santa Cruz Shakespeare. Recent productions include As You Like It The Merry Wives of Windsor The Taming of the Shrew and Henry V. Regional design credits include Denver Center Theatre Company Oregon Shakespeare Festival Old Globe Theatre Asolo Rep American Players Theatre San Jose Rep TheatreWorks Geva Theatre Center Jewel Theatre Opera Theater of Saint Louis and Opera San Jose. David MordenVoice and Text Coach is an Assistant Professor of Voice and Movement in the University of Arizona School of Theatre Film and Television where he has directed Lend Me a Tenor and Inspecting Carol and coached Othello and A Midsummer Nights Dream for Arizona Repertory Theatre. He is also an Associate Artist with The Rogue Theatre in Tucson where he has been a director text coach Othello The Winters Tale The Tempest Richard III dialect coach and actor. Regionally he has performed with the Utah Colorado and Seattle Shakespeare Festivals as well as Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington DC. Ray OppenheimerLighting Designer Much Ado About Nothing graduated from UCSC in 2005 and is very excited to be back in the Sinsheimer-Stanley Festival Glen for SCS. Ray has designed with Shotgun Players Crowded Fire Mugwumpin Center Repertory Theatre Company and David Herrera Dance Company. Ray was nominated for the 2014 Theatre Bay Area Awards. Rodolfo OrtegaSound DesignerComposer Much Ado About Nothing The Liar Macbeth received his Bachelors Degree in Music from the University of Arizona and his Master of Music degree from Manhattan School of Music where he studied piano and composition. He has composed music and designed sound for the recent productions of Artist Repertory Theaters 4000 Miles The Liar and Intimate Apparel. He has composed several musicals for Northwest Childrens Theater including Snow White Pinocchio El Zorrito and Peter Pan and composed for many of the productions at Shakespeare Santa Cruz including Othello Julius Caesar The Man in the Iron Mask and Henry the Fourth Part One and Part Two. Additionally he has composed the music for The Three Musketeers and Romeo and Juliet Denver Center and Tenth Muse OSF. Mara ShermanDramaturg Macbeth is excited to join Santa Cruz Shakespeare after spending many summers with Shakespeare Santa Cruz. Favorite dramaturgy credits at SSC include The Man in the Iron Mask The Lion in Winter and Shakes-to-Gos Twelfth Night. Mara has a Masters degree in Shakespeare Performance from Mary Baldwin College and a B.A. in Literature 11 from UCSC.