Anna Karenina

Adapted by Helen Edmundson, based on the novel by Leo Tolstoy
Milwaukee Repertory Theater – Quadracci Powerhouse Theater
2001

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If I were to laud their efforts, as they deserve, I would end up with a manuscript rivaling that of the original ‘Anna Karenina.’ Truly, this show is an ensemble production. … a dazzling production.

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In a world of power and privilege, one woman dares to obey her heart by leaving her husband and travelling with her lover across Europe in a scandalous affair. This cleverly abridged version contains all of the passion and power of the novel.

Both unique and universal, Anna Karenina is saturated with deep colors and delicate patterns, with riveting motion and rich music, with memorable characters and powerful storytelling. Yet, the humanity in Tolstoy’s epic remains touching and universal.

(Milwaukee Rep notes)

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Flora Coker
Countess Vronsky
Mark Corkins
Figure/Vassily
Jonathan Gillard Daly
Nikolai/Petritsky
Ted Deasy
Vronsky
Lee E. Ernst
Levin
Laura Gordon
Dolly
Torrey Hanson
Stiva
Ravenna Helson
Musician
Elizabeth Ledo
Kitty
James Pickering
Karenin
Rose Pickering
Betsy
Deborah Staples
Anna Karenina
Ian Alderman
Leslie Anderson
La Shawn Banks
Heather René Corallo
Darin Dahms
Benjamin Fitch
Lisa C. Jones
Sarah Malkin
Chris Mangels
Chris Mayse
Christopher Prentice
Robert P. Reeves
Leon Satchell-Paige
Charles R. Schoenherr
Ensemble
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Joseph Hanreddy
Director
Michael Frenkel
Scenic Design
Helen Huang
Costume Design
Thomas C. Hase
Lighting Design
Lindsay Jones
Sound Design
Eric Segnitz
Original Music
Ed Burgess
Choreography
Judy Berdan
Stage Manager
Jenny Paul
Assistant Stage Manager
Paul Kosidowski
Dramaturg
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