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Napoli

 

Napoli

by Eduardo De Filippo

translated by Linda Alper & Beatrice Basso

directed by professor Marco Barricelli

 

Performance Dates

TBA

  

Venue

Sheila and Hughes Potiker Theatre

 

Ticketing

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The Cast

Gennaro - Noah Israel
Amalia - Lois Shih
Maria - Sabina Fritz
Amedeo - Patricio Becerril
Errico Settebellizze - Deylon De alva
Peppe 'the jack' - Danniel Ureña
Riccardo - Stephen Loftness
Federico - John Krikorian
Miezo Prevete - Angel Nieves
Ciappa - Fabricio Apuy
Adelaide - Isel Zarate
Assunta - Anya West
Peppenella - Alana Burgess
Teresa - Rachel Halili
Margherita - Melissa Dewey
Doctor - Urielle Yi

 

The Creative Team

Director - Marco Barricelli
Scenic Designer - Michael Wogulis
Costume Designer - Zoe Trautmann
Lighting Designer - Bryan Ealey
Sound Designer - Stewart Blackwood 
Production Stage Manager - Jared Halsell
Assistant Scenic Designer - Kalia Mitchell-silbaugh
Assistant Costume Designer - Caprice Kelly
Assistant Stage Manager - Karina Ortega

 

 


  

Director's Statement

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About the Director

 Marco Barricelli was artistic director for Shakespeare Santa Cruz from 2008 to 2014. A graduate of The Juilliard School, he has been an actor, director and educator since 1982. He spent eight seasons with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival as an actor performing the title roles in Cyrano de Bergerac, Hamlet, Richard III, and Henry V, among many others. From 1997 to 2005, he was an Associate Artist at the American Conservatory Theatre (A.C.T.) in San Francisco, acting on the Geary stage, as well as directing and teaching in the Master of Fine Arts program. His A.C.T. performance credits include roles in A Moon for the Misbegotten, The Real Thing (Bay Area Theatre Critics’ Circle Award), American Buffalo (Bay Area Theatre Critics’ Circle Award), Enrico IV (Dean Goodman Award), Glengarry Glen Ross (Dean Goodman Award), The Invention of Love (Bay Area Theatre Critics’ Circle Award; Dean Goodman Award), A Streetcar Named Desire, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Three Sisters, Night and Day, Buried Child, Hilda, For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again, Beard of Avon, Celebration & The Room, Long Day’s Journey Into Night, Mary Stuart, Insurrection: Holding History, Hecuba, and The Rose Tattoo (Drama-Logue Award), Vigil, among many others. He has also worked on Broadway, and with Long Wharf Theatre, Williamstown Theatre, the Guthrie Theater, the Old Globe Theatre, South Coast Repertory Theatre, Actors’ Theatre of Louisville, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Missouri Repertory Theatre, the Intiman Theatre, the Huntington Theatre Company, Virginia Stage Company, Center Stage Portland, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Arizona Theatre Company, Kenyon Festival Theatre, and the California, Utah, and Illinois Shakespeare Festivals, among others. Television appearances include “L.A. Law” and a recurring role on the NBC series “Book of Daniel.”

Directing credits include Hamlet at Utah Shakespeare Festival, Glengarry Glen Ross at Denver Center Theatre Company (Henry Award), Miracle Worker at Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Twelfth Night at Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Betrayal at USC, Twelfth Night at UMKC, and many productions at the A.C.T. MFA Conservatory and the OSF school visit program, among others. He has performed voice-over work on many national commercials and several computer games, including "11th Hour," "Clandestiny," and "Manhunt 2."

Teaching acting has also taken him abroad to work with Accademia Silvio D’Amico in Rome, as well as Prima del Teatro in Tuscany, where along with his teaching duties, he created an exchange program between the MFA Conservatory at ACT and Prima del Teatro. He has translated Pirandello’s The Mountain Giants and Right You Are If You Think You Are, as well as co-translating and acting in a one-man adaptation of the Pirandellian novel One, No One 

Mr. Barricelli is also a Fox Fellow, the recipient of a Cherashore Foundation grant and L.J. Skaggs grant, and has been awarded an honorary MFA from American Conservatory Theatre.

 

 

About the Playwright

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