February 6 – March 4, 2007

by Charles Dickens
Adapted by Jane Jones & Kevin McKeon | Directed by Jane Jones

Now available for licensing! Please contact Josh Aaseng, Literary Manager, at Licensing@book-it.org for availability and pricing.

Dickens’ brilliant account of the French Revolution is a compelling story of love, revenge and redemption. It’s a sweeping story replete with the violent and oppressive presence of Madame de Guillotine, a character guaranteed to raise the hair on your neck.

Colin Byrne
Brian Culver
Stephanie Danna
Andrew DeRycke*
Daniel Flint
Ken Holmes
Aaron Jewell
Annette Lefebrve
Todd Jefferson Moore*
Wayne Petro
Amanda Raleigh
Natasha Sims
Gabriel Smith
Olivia Spokoiny
Brian Thompson*
James B. Winkler
Kate Wisniewski
Karina Wolfe
Sam Wykes

Artistic Team
Joshua Kohl, Composer
Curtis Taylor, Scenic Designer
Ron Erickson, Costume Designer
Tom Wisely, Lighting Designer
Jason Gorgen, Sound Designer
Mandy Greer, Knitting Artist
Eric Montoya, Scenic Artist
Chris Lefebvre, Special Construction
Carl Bronsdon, Assistant Costume Designer
Lenore Bensinger, Dramaturg
Teresa Thuman, Assistant Director / Dialect Coach
Larry Rodriguez, Technical Director/Production Manager
Jodi Sauerbier, Properties Designer
Lynne Ellis, Master Electrician
Ilvs Strauss, Sound Board Operator
Mandy Bowyer, Follow Spot Operator

Devorah Spadone, Stage Manager
Loren Kite, Assistant Stage Manager


“A Tale of Two Cities” | A Subtle Evolution among a Raucous Revolution
Seattle Times, 02/15/07