“Enrico IV” at Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey

“Enrico IV”
by Luigi Pirandello

The hero of this 1922 masterpiece is a twentieth-century Italian aristocrat who, after a riding accident while impersonating the eleventh-century Henry IV from medieval Germany, awakes believing his fantasy is real. Italy's great dramatist presents a hilarious examination of the hall of mirrors that is human existence, a tightrope walk on the fine line between reality and delusion, love and hate.

Performed by Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey
At F.M. Kirby Theater
Performances ran
Tuesday, September 3, 2002 thru Sunday, September 29, 2002
Barone Tito Belcredi.... Michael Nichols Has Bio Has photo
Berthold.... Michael Stewart Allen Has Bio Has photo
Carlo Di Nollo.... Geoff Wilson Has Bio Has photo
Doctor Dionysius Genoni.... Herman Petras Has Bio Has photo
Enrico Iv.... Sherman Howard Has Bio Has photo
First Page.... Jason Bohon Has Bio Has photo
Frida.... Jenny Gravenstein Has Bio Has photo
Giovanni.... Robert Hock Has Bio Has photo
Harald.... Kevin P. Rolston Has Bio Has photo
Landolph.... Jeffery M. Bender Has Bio Has photo
Marchesa Matilda Spina.... Vivienne Benesch Has Bio Has photo
Ordulph.... Jay Leibowitz Has Bio Has photo
Second Page.... Mark Thornton Has Bio Has photo
Directed by Bonnie J. Monte Has Bio
Costume Design by Hugh Hanson Has Bio
Lighting Design by Shelly Sabel Has Bio
Sound Design by Richard M. Dionne Has Bio
Production Stage Managed by Patti McCabe Has Bio
Set Designed by Charles T. Wittreich Jr. Has Bio