A First Look at the Public Theater’s Coriolanus at Shakespeare in the Park

Production Photos   A First Look at the Public Theater’s Coriolanus at Shakespeare in the Park
 
The production, starring Jonathan Cake, began performances at the Delacorte Theater July 16.
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Emeka Guindo, Jonathan Cake, and Nneka Okafor Joan Marcus

The Public Theatre’s production of Coriolanus at Shakespeare in the Park began performances July 16. The production, starring Jonathan Cake (Camping, Desperate Housewives) is scheduled to run through August 11 at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park.

Directed by Daniel Sullivan, Coriolanus tells the story of a general who is voted into power by a populace hungry for change, and the unraveling that follows. he war-torn tragedy also features Kate Burton as Volumnia, Teagle F. Bougere as Menenius Agrippa, Tom Nelis as Cominius, and Louis Cancelmi as Tullus Aufidius.

Flip through photos of the production below:

Rounding out the cast are Justin P. Armstrong (Ensemble), Katharine Chin (Ensemble), Gregory Connors (Ensemble), Darryl Gene Daughtry Jr.(Ensemble), Biko Eisen-Martin (Ensemble), Bree Elrod (Ensemble), Nayib Felix (Ensemble), Josiah Gaffney (Young Martius Standby), Chris Ghaffari (Titus Lartius), Enid Graham (Junius Brutus), Christopher Ryan Grant (Ensemble), Emeka Guindo(Young Martius), Jonathan Hadary (Sicinius Velutus), Suzannah Herschkowitz (Ensemble), Gemma Josephine (Ensemble), Thomas Kopache (First Senator), Tyler La Marr (Ensemble), L’Oreál Lampley (Ensemble), Jack LeGoff (Ensemble), Alejandra Mangini (Ensemble), Louis Reyes McWilliams (Ensemble), Max Gordon Moore (First Citizen), Nneka Okafor (Virgilia), Donovan Price (Ensemble), Sebastian Roy (Ensemble), Ali Skamangas (Ensemble), Jason Paul Tate (Ensemble), and Amelia Workman (Valeria).

Coriolanus features scenic design by Beowulf Boritt, costume design by Kaye Voyce, lighting design by Japhy Weideman, sound design by Jessica Paz, music composition by Dan Moses Schreier, and fight direction by Steve Rankin.

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