The Servant of Two Masters

Opening April 18 at Teatro LATEA! 

The Servant of Two Masters (1743) is a comedy written by the Italian playwright, Carlo Goldoni. 

Nicolas Minas' adaptation will be brought to life through the use of clowning, eccentric dance, and hip-hop to create a physical vocabulary that is unique to this particular story. The play requires a heightened sense of physicality and finds humor in both the verbal and physical acrobatics. This production harkens back to the roots of Commedia while invoking something fresh and modern.


Tickets on sale: NOW
April 18 - May 2

Teatro LATEA
(at the Clemente Center, 107 Suffolk Street, NYC, 10002; TeatroLATEA.org)

Cast

LeanneBorghesiLeanne Borghesi*
Smeraldina

JeffBurchfieldJeff Burchfield*
Dr. Lombardi

CarlyCiarrocchiCarly Ciarrocchi
Zanni 

BrianD.CoatsBrian D. Coats*
Pantalone

AdrianBlakeEnscoeAdrian Blake Enscoe
Silvio

Kareem

 

 

 

 

Kareem M. Lucas*
Truffaldino

LibbyMatthews

 

 

 

 

Libby Matthews
Beatrice

RonaldPeet

 

 

 

 

Ronald Alexander Peet*
Florindo

Jessie

 

 

 

 

Jessie Shelton*
Clarice

 Regina

Regina Strayhorn
Brighella

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Rocky Vega
Zanni

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Matthew “Mega Watts” West
Zanni

                                                                            *appearing courtesy of AEA (Actors' Equity Approved Showcase)

 

Original music by Bandits on the Run (Adrian Blake Enscoe, Sydney Thorin Shepherd, Regina Strayhorn, and part-time bandit Jessie Shelton) and the members of the company

Creative Team 

Nicolas Minas - Director
Ephrat "Bounce" Asherie - Movement Director
Dax Valdes - Associate Director and Associate Movement Director
Kristin Sutter - Production Stage Manager
Shayna Penn - Stage Manager

Janie Bullard - Sound Design
Shana McKay Burns - Prop Design
Nicole V. Moody - Costume Design
Keven Lock - Set Design
Christina Watanabe - Lighting Design

Kampfire PR - PR Consultant 
Stephen Elms - Marketing Consultant 
Karyn Casl, CSA - Casting Consultant

Teatro LATEA at the Clemente Center, 107 Suffolk Street, NYC; TeatroLATEA.org