King Lear - June 02 - June 18, 2017

Rubber City Shakespeare Company

 Production Who's Who 

  • Elizabeth Allard

    Costume Designer

    Elizabeth has her bachelor's degree in theater from Marietta College, where she specialized in costume design. She has been lucky enough to design costumes for many shows, most notably A NEW BRAIN, THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, QUILLS, and THE SECRET GARDEN. She designed costumes for RCSC productions of A COMEDY OF ERRORS and AS YOU LIKE IT.

  • Scott Crim

    Scenic Designer

    Scott Crim is thrilled to be designing again for Rubber City. You may have recently seen his work in the crumbling ruins of Rome with JULIUS CAESAR. Some of his favorite designs with Rubber City have been the circus of COMEDY OF ERRORS, “Egyptian” landscape of AIDA, and the Impressionist landscape of THE TEMPEST. You can follow his design work on Instagram @Criminal2012

  • Jonathon Hunter

    Lighting Designer

    Jonathon Hunter has designed lights on multiple productions including PETER PAN, OKLAHOMA!, PIPPIN, ELEPHANT'S GRAVEYARD, YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU, CRAZY FOR YOU, THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL and many more. He has designed lights for multiple RCSC productions. He holds an MFA from The University of Virginia in Lighting Design. He is the Lighting and Projections Assistant at Cleveland Play House.

  • Hazen Tobar

    Sound Designer

    Hazen Tobar is excited to be designing sound for his fourth show with RCSC. His most recent designs are THE FLICK, JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT (Weathervane Playhouse), JULIUS CAESAR, CYMBELINE and THE TEMPEST (RCSC). Past designs include YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU, MONTY PYTHON'S SPAMALOT, and HAIR.

  • Alex Montavon

    Stage Manager

    Alex Montavon is thrilled to be back at RCSC! You never see her but she is not a stranger to Rubber City Shakes. She has been with the company from the very beginning where she managed A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. Select RCSC credits include THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, 'TIS PITY, AIDA, MACBETH and ROMEO AND JULIET. Other theatre credits include ALWAYS...PASTY CLINE, BAD JEWS (Actor’s Summit).

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