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- by William Shakespeare
- directed by Henry Godinez
William Shakespeare's masterful tragedy explores the timeless themes of love, war and toxic jealousy, set against the backdrop of the Vietnam War and racial and social issues of 1969. Manipulated by his villainous lieutenant Iago, Othello's descent into darkness and destruction is especially poignant and powerful.
- October 06, 2005 - October 15, 2005
- DEPAUL'S MERLE RESKIN THEATRE
- (312) 922 1999
- The cast features
Nathan Boren (Duke/Clown), Phillip James Brannon (Othello), Casey Campbell (Cassio), Yosh Hayashi (Montano/Senator), Stephen Loch (Brabantio), Stephan Madar (Iago), Nate Maher (Gratiano/Senator), David Rispoli (Lodovico/Senator), Teissia Treynet (Desdemona), Mira Vasiljevic (Emilia), Tiffany Villarin (Bianca), Rawson Vint (Roderigo).
The production team includes scenic design by John P. Sundling, costume design by Ryan J. Todd, lighting design by Jill Norris, sound design by Ray Nardelli, dramaturgy by Evan Fillon & R.J. Hodde, and stage management by Sara Poorman.