Past Productions






Into The Woods
Feb 10th, 2006 - Mar 26th, 2006
music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
book by James Lapine
 
House Masters Colleen Kollar Smith
Narrator Doren Elias
Cinderella Jennifer Shelton
Jack Spencer Moses
The Baker Ryan Drummond
The Baker's Wife Becky Biegelsen
Stepmother Dagmar Krause Fields
Florinda Erin Byron
Lucinda Kelli Kelley
Jack's Mother Kerry Meads
Little Red Ridinghood Season Bowers
The Witch Deborah Gilmour Smyth
Cinderella's Father Ralph Johnson
Mysterious Man Doren Elias
Rapunzel Chrissy Reynolds-Vögele
Rapunzel's Prince David S. Humphrey
Granny Colleen Kollar Smith
The Steward Christopher M. Nelson
Giant's Voice Colleen Kollar Smith
Understudies K.B. Mercer
Colleen Kollar Smith
Edward Hofmeister
Musicians G. Scott Lacy
Beth Mosko
Diana Elledge
Oliver Shirley
Rik Ogden
Dave Rumley
Wolf/Cinderella's Prince Jason Heil
Ensemble & US Jack/Baker/Princes Jon Lorenz
 
 
Director Robert Smyth
Musical Direction G. Scott Lacy
Choreographer Pamela Turner
Scenic Design Mike Buckley
Lighting Design Nate Parde
Costume Design Jeanne Reith
Sound Design Greg Campbell
Properties Design Cecelia Church
Stage Manager Maria Mangiavellano
 
"Critic's Choice! A perfect confection...If you've never ventured Into the Woods before, don't miss this golden opportunity. If you have, discover more with this definitive production!"
- ( ShowMag.com )
 
"Critic's Pick! Winning cast, superb vocal power. Wonderful, memorable songs."
- ( San Diego Theatre Scene )
 
"Critic's Choice! Sondheim writes complex music. Lamb's production makes it look easy. A wondrous cast, an incomparable trip into the woods and out again."
- ( La Jolla Village News )
 
"Superb! The best staging of Into the Woods I've seen in many years. The show goes right in every way, from its excellent across-the-board cast, to Robert Smyth's funny and smartly detailed direction, to Pamela Turner's lively choreography, and its imaginative costumes and sets that pop right out of the imagination and onto the stage."
- ( North County Times )
 
"More satisfying than the Broadway revival!"
- ( San Diego Union-Tribune )
 
"An extremely cool thing! A rock solid sense of real life as a metaphor for something profoundly greater than ourselves."
- ( San Diego City Beat )