Wyrd Sisters
Written by Sir Terry Pratchett, and adapted for the stage by Stephen Briggs
Directed by Josh Sazon
October 12-15 at The James Theatre

Synopsis: Terry Pratchett takes Shakespeare’s Macbeth and then turns it up ’till the knob comes off. It’s all there – a wicked duke and duchess, the ghost of the murdered king, dim soldiers, strolling players, a land in peril. And who stands between the Kingdom and destruction? Three witches.

Join us for some witchy, magical fun just in time for Halloween Season!

Show Dates/Times:
Thursday, October 12: 7:30 pm
Friday, October 13: 7:30 pm
Saturday, October 14: 7:30 pm
Sunday, October 15: 2 pm

Ticket info:
213 N. Gilbert Street, Iowa City

Esme “Granny” Weatherwax – Madonna Smith
Gytha “Nanny” Ogg – Nicole Flynn
Magrat Garlick – Kristin Gillespie
Duke Felmet– Derek Johnson
Duchess Felmet – Cheryl Walsh
Fool – Jack Gilbert
Mr. Vitoller, King Verence – Ken Gayley
Mrs. Vitoller, Ensemble – Kristin Schneider
Demon, Ensemble – Roger Phelps
Chamberlain, Wimsloe – Matt Brewbaker
Hwel, Ensemble – Chuck Dufano
Tomjon, Ensemble- Theresa Cigrand
Bedlin, Ensemble – Josh C. Crawford
Gumridge, Ensemble – Nick Rudzianski
Ensemble – Dennis Lambing
Ensemble- Brad Quinn
Ensemble- Marianne Satinski
Ensemble- Brian Tanner
and introducing Aurora McNabb as Young Tomjon

Director: Josh Sazon
Stage Manager: Kelly Garrett
Assistant Stage Managers: Kristina Rutkowski, Brad Quinn
Production Assistants: Neala Gillespie, Ken Gayley
Production Coordinators: Chuck Dufano, Madonna Smith
Set Design: Josh Sazon
Lighting Design: Rishi Wagle
Sound Design: Franklyn Thomas
Costume Design: Rachel Singley
Costume Assistant: Emily Higdon
Props: Stephen Polchert, Jane Bradbury, Roger Phelps
Wash Copper Construction, Demon Make-up: Roger Phelps
Discworld Atlas: Jane Bradbury
Set Construction: Michael McDermott
Set Painting: Theresa Cigrand
Fight Choreography: Tristan Roeder
Run Crew: Neala Gillespie, Aiden Gillespie, Atlas Scherrer, Eden Scherrer

Please note, this show runs one weekend only! We won’t have our usual Pay What You Can Night, or ushering opportunities for this venue. However, don’t let lack of funds stop you-reach out to us at president@dreamwell.com, and we will do our best to make something work.

Thank you to our show sponsor: Iowa City UNESCO City of Literature and the Iowa City Book Festival!