Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead is the fabulously inventive tale of Hamlet as told from the worm’s-eye view of the bewildered Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, two minor characters in Shakespeare’s play.

April 10 – May 15, 2010

This Production Has Ended


Guildenstern – Anthony Feist

Rosencrantz – Ethan Cockrill

The Player – Rolf Hein

Hamlet – Alex Sharp

Alfred – Jordon Rozhon

Tragedian/Horatio – Krissi Khokhobashvili

Tragedian/Soldier/Ambassador from England – Tracy Morris

Gertrude – Wendy Ashton

Claudius – Rob Ashton

Ophelia – Sarah Ruttan

Polonius – Ray Halsebo


Director – Scott O’Neal

Producer – Renee O’Neal

Producer – Vince Murdock

Stage Manager – Frederick B. Hard III

Script Supervisor – Chris Thebaut

House Manager – Lana Withee

Set Design – Scott O’Neal

Set Decorator – Scott O’Neal

Set Decorator – Rolf Hein

Set Construction – Scott O’Neal

Set Construction – Ron Mason

Set Construction – Tim McCraney

Set Painting – Scott O’Neal

Set Painting – Renee O’Neal

Set Painting – Rolf Hein

Set Painting – Rob Ashton

Costumer – Linda Hein

Costumer – Lana Withee

Puppet Construction – Scott O’Neal

Puppet Construction – Renee O’Neal

Light Design – Bob Duzdevich

Sound Design – Scott O’Neal

Poster Design – Kristina Tremain

Marquee – Alicia Miller

Photography – Vince Murdock

Photography – Renee O’Neal

Shadow Box – Renee O’Neal