and another composer will be presented by the William Woods University Theatre Department
as its next play. “Amadeus” will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 1, 2 and 3 and 2
p.m. Dec. 4 in Cutlip Auditorium of the McNutt Campus Center.
Cavallone of Chicago, Ill., as Antonio Salieri, the court composer for the
emperor of Austria in the late 18th century. Jealous of Mozart’s
genius and resentful of his own mediocrity, Salieri secretly rejects God and
vows to destroy his rival’s career.
St. Louis, Mo., as Constanze Weber; T.J. Green of Brandon, Miss., as Joseph II;
Michael J. Dodson of Mexico, Mo., as Count Johann Kilian von Strack; James
Fitzmaurice of Columbia, Mo., as Baron Gottfried van Swieten; Jen Steindorf of
San Diego, Calif., as Venticello 1; and Rachel Petricka of Las Vegas, Nev., as Venticello 2.
Valet/Citizen; Kayla Jo Pulliam of Bloomington, Ill., as Salieri’s
Cook/Citizen; Amanda Almich of Granby, Mo., as Teresa Salieri; Bailey Campanini
of Camdenton, Mo., as Katherina Cavalieri; and Stephen Chamineak of St. Louis,
Mo., as Guiseppe Bonno/Citizen.
A.J. Housewright of St. Louis, Mo.; Lincoln Purvis of Montgomery City, Mo.;
Maggie Hunter of Columbia, Mo.; Kassaundra Davidson of Roseau, Minn.; and Panda
Campbell of Fulton, Mo. Jim Bucher, a
community player from Hermann, Mo., is Count Franz Orsini-Rosenberg.
assistant professor of communications and theatre. The late Dan Springer designed
the set, and Dustin West will design the lights for this production. Jane
Friedman will provide costume design.
children 6-12, and $8 for WWU faculty, staff and students. For tickets, call the
box office at (573) 592-4267.