Featuring Christian Ginocchio (Jacques Roux), Sean Marlow (Jean-Paul Marat), Mechelle Moe (Charlotte Corday), Adam Moore (Duperret), Will Shutz (Marquis de Sade), Lisa May Simpson (Simonne Evrard), and Andrew Whately (Herald), David Skvarla (Kokol), Sean Judge (Polpoch), Jill Huguet (Cucurucu), Mierka Girten (Rossignol). Patients: Matt Andrew, Robert Buscemi, Samantha Gleisten, Jen Grace, Colin Milroy, Candace Staron, Matt Capazi (Drums), Arron Henkin (Guitar), Rebecca Blazer (Violin), Christopher Cintron & Steve Wilson (Make Nurses), Liz Kelly (Nun), Bill McGough (Coulmier), Sean Yardley (Mme. Coulmier), Shana Orlowski (Coulmiers Daughter).
Creative team includes: Mechelle Moe (Producer), Kristy Kambanis (Stage Manager), Jessica Petty (Assistant Stage Manager), Joy Wade (Set Design), Paul Foster (Light Design), Sarah Pace (Costume Design), Nate Flansburgh (Conductor), Mike Mazzara & Steve Wilson (Fight Choreography), Roz Franci (Assistant Director), Timothy Lacey (Assistant Producer), Oona Kersey (Dramaturg),
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* Winner of the After Dark Award for Best Ensemble and Best Over-All Technical Excellence
* Nominated 2000 Non-Equity Jeff Award for Best Costume Design (Sarah Pace)
This period drama depicts French writer and aristocrat Marquis de Sade directing a performance while institutionalized in an asylum. Relating the death of revolutionary Jean-Paul Marat at the hand of Charlotte Corday the play, also starring de Sade, sees the disturbed mental patients become increasingly unruly during the course of the story.