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Student Assistants: Cho Ky Pham '84, Jim Kurtz '85, Chris Ferris '86, Jerry Shelton
Callimac: Kyle Carr '85
Sir: Kenneth Ogorek '87
Liguri: Curt Hunter '87
Lord Nicia: Adam Crowe '85
Lucrezia: Jennifer Ostermeier
Sostrata: Linda Ostermeier
Brother Timothy: Michael Abbott '85
A Woman: Susan Swan
A Beggar: Douglas Bradburn '84
Sound: Brian Terpstra '85
Graphics: Laura Conners
Machiavelli’s The Mandrake, written sometime between 1512 and 1520, has been half-hidden for centuries in the shadow of The Prince.Only recently has the play received adequate academic recognition as the unrivaled masterpiece of Italian comic theater.T.B. Macaulay has said that The Mandrake “is superior to the best of Goldoni and inferior only to the best of Molière.”
This page is part of an ongoing project to document the history of the theatre productions performed at Wabash College. If you have information not included on this page, please contact the Theater Department or Professor Dwight Watson (email@example.com).