* World Premiere

The Red and the Black (1993)
Stendahl's brilliant satirical portrait of post-Revolutionary French society, now in a new adaptation for the state. From the garden of a small provincial town to the dazzling salons of Paris, THE RED AND THE BLACK is the sweeping tale of Julian Sorel, a handsome young tutor determined to climb the social ladder despite his lowly birth. Burning with ambition, Julian sacrifices love and ideals for money and power - but is hopelessly captive of his own romantic soul.
About the Play
Written By: Jon Klein
Stendahl - author of originating novel
On the Screen: IMDB Details
About the Production
World Premiere
Run Dates: 4/24/1993 - 5/25/1993
Program: Program (.pdf)
Venue: Queen Anne
Directed By: Jeff Steitzer
Cast: Chelsea Altman - Mademoiselle Mathilde de la Mole
Frank Corrado - Valenod
Kate Fuglei - Madame Louise de Renal
Craig Huisenga - Monsieur de Renal; Marquis de la Mole
Bill Johns - Manservant; Porter; Company
Anthony Lee - Baron; Father Chelan; Marquis de Croisenois
Geraldine Librandi - Lady; Madame Derville; Madame de la Mole
Glenn Mazen - Old Sorel; Farther Pirard
Karen Meyer - Elisa; Madam de Fervaques
Darryl Scott - Fouqué
Mathew Vipond - Julien Sorel
Stephen Yoakam - Count Alamira
Behind the Scenes: Steven E. Alter - Production Dramaturg
Rebecca Barnett - Stage Manager
Brenda Berry - Lighting Designer
Catherine Hunt - Costume Designer
Malcolm Lowe - Sound Designer
Neil Patel - Scenic Designer
Phil Schermer - Producing Director
Jeff Steitzer - Artistic Director
Adam Stern - Composer
Thom Sweeney - Assistant Director
Susan Trapnell Moritz - Managing Director