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Cast & Creative Team

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Anthony Crivello, Al McGuire
Anthony received Broadway’s Tony Award, Chicago’s Jefferson Award, a Carbonelle Award and nominations for three Jefferson, two Canadian Dora Mavor Moore, LA’s Ovation, Drama Critics, Robbie, Garland, and Friends of New York Theater Awards. Broadway: Golden Boy, Kiss of the Spiderwoman (Toronto, London), Marie Christine, Evita, Les Miserables, The News, Measure For Measure, Heathers: The Musical. Toronto: Jane Eyre. LA: Steve Martin’s The Underpants, Expecting Isabel, Do I Hear a Waltz. Chicago: The House of Martin Guerre, A Flea in Her Ear, Louis and Keely Live At The Sahara. Las Vegas: Phantom-The Las Vegas Spectacular. Films: Trade (w/ Kevin Kline), Material Girls (w/Hilary & Hailey Duff and Angelica Houston), Texas Rangers (w/Ashton Kutcher & Usher), Independence Day, Henry Toy, The Mark, The Glass Jar, Jane Austen’s Mafia!, Slaves of New York, Spellbinder, Shakedown, Crocodile Dundee II. Television: "Feud," “Emma’s Chance,” “Behind The Candelabra,” “Seinfeld,” “CSI: NY,” “Frasier,” “In-Laws,” “Law and Order,” “Normal,” “Ohio,” “Dillinger and Capone,” The Lost Capone,” “Miami Vice,” “Star Trek-Voyager,” “Babylon 5,” “Alien Hunter,” “Les Miserables in Concert,” “One Life to Live.”  Mr. Crivello is alumnus of Marquette University. He is an Honored Member of Marquette University’s Century of Scholarship.  He was the recipient of Marquette University’s College of Speech & Communications distinguished 2003 Communicator of the Year Award.  He is an outstanding member of the Saint Thomas More High School Alumni Hall of Fame.  In 2016, Mr. Crivello was inducted into the Marquette University/The Diedrich College of Communications ‘Hall Of Fame’ and honored with a plaque on permanent display in Johnson Hall. 

Dick Enberg, Playwright
Enberg’s broadcasting career has spanned six decades and included numerous accolades as he established himself as one of sport’s top play-by-play announcers, with his signature “Oh, my!” call recognized around the world.  Enberg began his broadcasting career as an undergraduate at Central Michigan University and later broadcast both football and basketball games at Indiana University where he earned his master’s degree and doctorate. By the end of the 1960s, Enberg was calling California Angels games, a position he held from 1968-78. He also called games of the Los Angeles Rams and UCLA men’s basketball team and joined NBC Sports in 1975, remaining with the network for 25 years while working assignments that included the MLB Postseason and World Series as well as Wimbledon, college football and the National Football League.  Enberg called the memorable 1982 World Series featuring the Cardinals and the Brewers, and later returned to the Angels’ broadcast team in 1985. After moving to CBS Sports in 2000, Enberg covered events including football, tennis, basketball and golf before joining the Padres as their television play-by-play voice in 2010, a position he just retired from this past year.
The many accolades Enberg has received for his work include 14 Emmy awards, nine Sportscaster of the Year awards, the Ronald Reagan Media Award, and the Victor Award, recognizing the top sportscaster of the past 40 years.  He has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and has been inducted into the National Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame and the National Sportscaster and Sportswriters Hall of Fame, as well as honored in the National Baseball Hall of Fame (Frick Award), Pro Football Hall of Fame (Rozelle Award), the National Basketball Hall of Fame (Gowdy Award) and the Rose Bowl Hall of Fame.
Enberg holds the distinction of being the only person to win National Emmy awards as a sportscaster, a writer and a producer, and in 2000, he received the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Emmy award.  Enberg is the author of two best-selling books: Dick Enberg's Humorous Quotes for All Occasions and his autobiography, Oh My.  

Brent Hazelton, Director
A Whitewater, Wisconsin, native, Brent is in his eighteenth season at Milwaukee Repertory Theater, and sixth as Associate Artistic Director.  Administratively at Milwaukee Rep, Brent oversees the John D. (Jack) Lewis New Play Development Program, spearheads the season planning process, collaborates on internal strategic planning and initiative development, and works with the rest of the artistic staff to program and support Milwaukee Rep productions.  From 2003 to 2010, Brent also served as Milwaukee Rep’s Artistic Internship Program Director, and strengthened and expanded the program into one of the premier internships for emerging professional artists in American regional theater.  Artistically at Milwaukee Rep, Brent wrote and directed the 2010/11 Stackner Cabaret hit, Liberace! (published and licensed through Steele Spring Theatrical Licensing, and the 2014/15 remount of which closed as the best-selling production in the Stackner Cabaret’s history), conceived the premiere installment of Rep Lab, and directed Song Man Dance Man (Stackner Cabaret, 2011/12), How the World Began (Stiemke Studio, 2012/13), The Whipping Man (2013/14, which closed as the best-selling drama in Stiemke Studio history), The Beautiful Music All Around Us (Stackner Cabaret, 2014/15), and the final installment of the Hanreddy/Morgan version of A Christmas Carol (2015/16).  He served as Production Dramaturg on the world premieres of Five Presidents, American Song, and Sirens of Song, and oversees all of Milwaukee Rep’s new plays in development.  Brent is also a former member of the adjunct faculties of Carthage College and the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, and has taught developmental workshops at colleges, conservatories, and universities both locally and across the country.  This season at Milwaukee Rep, Brent will direct McGuire, and is developing a theater event focusing on the life and music of Wisconsin native Les Paul. 

Kristin Ellert, Set and Video Projection Designer
As Set Designer: Much Ado About Nothing, Antony & Cleopatra, Elizabeth Rex (Illinois Shakespeare Festival), The Other Place, Behind The Eye (Park Square Theatre), James and The Giant Peach, Big Nate! The Musical, Shrek! The Musical (First Stage), Hoover Comes Alive! (La Jolla Playhouse), Miss Electricity (La Jolla Playhouse POP Tour), The Cripple Of Inishmaan (University of Evansville), Vanya And Sonia And Masha And Spike, Les Miserables (Hope summer Repertory Theatre), In The Next Room (Gustavus Adolphus College), Giant, 9 To 5 (Illinois Wesleyan University), The 39 Steps (Bristol Valley Theatre).  As Video Designer: Dracula (Utah Shakespeare Festival), All The Way (South Coast Repertory Theatre), The Other Place, Behind The Eye (Park Square Theatre), Big Nate! The Musical (First Stage), The Taming Of The Shrew (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), Restoration (NYTW), Restoration (La Jolla Playhouse). 

Andrea Bouck, Costume Designer
Andrea Bouck has been the Craftmaster at Milwaukee Repertory Theatre for the past four seasons but this is her first opportunity to design costumes for a Rep production. Bouck also designed costumes around town for many theaters, among them are the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre and First Stage Children’s Theater. 

Noele Stollmack, Lighting Designer
Noele Stollmack’s lighting has appeared onstage at The Brooklyn Academy of Music, Sydney Opera House, Carnegie Hall, The Library of Congress Theatre, as well as the opera companies of Ontario, Houston, Portland, Vancouver, New Orleans, Nashville, and Milwaukee’s Florentine Opera. Regional design for the theatre includes Chamber Theatre, Renaissance Theaterworks, Skylight Music Theatre, American Players Theatre, Forward Theatre and Jeff Daniel's Purple Rose Theater. Lighting and Scenic Realization includes Meredith Monk’s international tours of mercy & impermanence. As Lighting Director for the Houston Grand Opera, Noele supervised lighting for over 50 operas and designed such productions as Andrei Serban’s Elektra, Dr. Jonathan Miller’s Der Rosenkavalier and the world premieres of Harvey Milk, Desert of Roses and Dracula Diary. Member: United Scenic Artists. 

Erin Paige, Sound Designer
Erin Paige is thrilled to be back in the Stackner Cabaret, having previously designed The Doyle & Debbie Show and I Left My Heart. Other Milwaukee credits include Mole Hill Stories, Goldilocks, and Spookley the Square Pumpkin at First Stage, King Lear at The Alchemist, and Phaedra's Love at The World's Stage. She has previously composed for Annex Theatre in Seattle and Looking Glass Theater NYC. She holds a B.F.A. in Sound Design from Southern Oregon University.  

JC Clementz, Casting Director
JC is the Casting Director at Steppenwolf Theatre Company. Prior to leaving for Chicago, he spent five years at The Rep, most recently as Artistic Associate Casting Director and Director of the Emerging Professional Residency.  In addition to casting over 25 productions at The Rep, JC directed last season’s The Devil’s Music: The Life and Blues of Bessie Smith, as well as The Doyle and Debbie Show, Forever Plaid, and five seasons of Rep Lab. JC traveled throughout Europe as the Assistant Stage Manager for New York Harlem Productions’ international tour of Porgy and Bess, and spent four summers working at Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts in the mountains of Colorado. He holds an MFA in Directing from Western Illinois University.  

Richelle Harrington Calin, Stage Manager
Richelle has been stage managing for 25 years and with Milwaukee Rep since 2004. Milwaukee Rep credits include: Bach at Leipzig, The Clean House, Intimate Apparel, Gem of the Ocean, A Christmas Carol, The Voysey Inheritance, Life Could Be a Dream, Glengarry Glen Ross, The Night is a Child, I Am My Own Wife, Greater Tuna, Pride and Prejudice, Shear Madness, The Lady with All the Answers, Yankee Tavern, Route 66, Cabaret, Bombshells, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Yellowman, Othello, The Mountaintop, How the World Began, Venus in Fur, End of the Rainbow, Ain’t Misbehavin’, after all the terrible things I do, The Beautiful Music All Around Us,  Five Presidents, Back Home Again, Of Mice and Men, Sirens of Song and The Royale. 

Marguerite Frey, Stage Management Fellow
Marguerite is thrilled to be back at the Milwaukee Rep this season. Favorite credits here include A Christmas Carol, The Royale, The Color Purple, Harvey, and Amish Project. Other professional credits include Shipwrecked!, Becoming Dr. Ruth, A Moon for the Misbegotten, Red, and Always...Patsy Cline at the Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia. She is a proud alumnus of University Wisconsin Whitewater where she graduated magna cum laude with a BFA in Stage Management and a minor in Arts Management. She would like to thank her family and friends for their endless love and support. 

Marina Bergenstock, Assistant Director
Marina recently graduated with her MFA in Directing from the University of Iowa. At UI she worked extensively with playwrights on new play development. Some of her favorite new plays include: Doxxed, Swordplay, Below the Pacific, and Sea of Trees. Other favorite credits include Food and Fadwa, Thoroughly Modern Millie, and A Perfect Wedding. She has trained with Anne Bogart and the SITI Company and in the Kennedy Center Directing Intensive, and has an impassioned interest in directing international work.  

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