Production Ensemble: IVONA

Alejandro Bellon '15, Madeline Charne '14, Amelia Dornbush '15, Michael Edmiston '12, Hannah Hammel (HC) '12, Hannah Kosman '14, Jeannette Leopold '13, Josh McLucas '15, Sebastián Bravo Montenegro '13, Sophia Naylor '12, Alexander 'Sasha' Rojavin '15, Patrick Ross '15, Anna Russell '14, Nina Šerbedzija '14, & Glenn Stott '12. Photo by David Swanson.

The Department of Theater’s Production Ensemble 2012 presents a romp with Witold Gombrowicz’ IVONA, PRINCESS OF BURGUNDIA on Friday, March 23rd, 2012 at 4:30PM and 9PM, Saturday, March 24th at 2PM and 8PM, and Sunday, March 25th at 2PM in the Lang Performing Arts Center’s Pearson-Hall Theatre.  Directed by Elizabeth Stevens with Set Design by Matt Saunders, Costume Design by Laila Swanson, Sound Design by Michael Kiley, and Lighting Design by James P. Murphy. 

The 2012 Production Ensemble feautures: Alejandro Bellon, Madeline Charne, Amelia Dornbush, Michael Edmiston, Hannah Hammel (HC), Alexandra Isdebski, Hannah Kosman, Jeannette Leopold, Josh McLucas, Sebastián Bravo Montenegro, Sophia Naylor, Sasha Rojarin, Patrick Ross, Anna Russell, Nina Šerbedzija, & Glenn Stott.

The play is a dark, grotesque and very funny fairy tale about a kingdom that is reduced to absurdity by a passive, unappealing heroine. The appalling Ivona manages to expose everyone’s most shameful secrets without doing a thing. Written in 1938 by renowned Polish playwright, author and philosopher Witold Gombrowicz, the play is a classic of the Polish repertoire.