Judgment at Nuremberg

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Judgment at Nuremberg

By Abby Mann

Directed by

Karla Hartley and Matthew Ray

September 28-October 14th, 2018

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Ernst Janning, one of the most influential German legal minds of the pre war era, and other influential Nazis face a military tribunal in the second wave of post war trials at Nuremberg. Issues at the forefront of this trial reverberate through history and challenge humanity to this day.

 

MEET THE ARTISTS

Jim Wicker (Judge Haywood) is pleased to return to Stageworks, where he has performed in Inherit the Wind, Superior Donuts, Circle Mirror Transformations, To Kill a Mockingbird, and many other plays. Other recent credits include The Last Cigar, Noises Off, Flying, and Yellowman. Jim is the literary manager for The Radio Theatre Project, RTP Live! A retired drama teacher, Jim now divides his time between his homes in Tampa and the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. Jim’s life is good.

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth G. Fendrick (Frau Bertholt) has lived and worked in the bay area since 1987 and is very happy to be back on stage with Stageworks. Besides Kate in Sylvia (2012 and 2015) some of her favorite local roles include; Masha (Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike), Plimpton (Mindgame), Mrs. Gottlieb (Deadman’s Cell Phone), Inez (No Exit), the title role in Lysistrata, and ‘Bed Among the Lentils’ (Talking Heads

She has written and performed several one-woman shows, works regularly in television and film and is a member of Screen Actor’s Guild. She holds a master’s degree in Performance Studies and has served on the boards of both Jobsite Theater and Gasparilla International Film Festival as well a Theater Tampa Bay judge.

 

 

 

Hugh Timoney (Ernst Janning) is excited and grateful for the opportunity to work with Stageworks and with Karla Hartley again. They last worked together on Jobsite Theater’s production of The Underpants. Other Tampa area credits include Jobsite’s revival of Cloud 9 and Tampa Rep’s production of The Iceman Cometh. New York region credits include: The Country Wife, An Ideal Husband, Tartuffe, The Winter’s Tale, The Way of The World, Blithe Spirit, Galileo, A Doll’s House (Franklin Stage Co.); Six Degrees of Separation, Art, Talley’s Folly, Our Town (Leatherstocking Theatre Co.); Man of LaMancha, The Real Thing (Or- pheus Theatre). Recent film credits include The Principal’s Office which was screened at the 2018 NY Short Film Festival. Hugh holds a BS in Theater from SUNY Brockport. He has studied acting in NYC and has appeared Off Off Broadway: Provincetown Playhouse (Night Over the Tiber), Ward Nasse Gallery (Antigone).

 

 

Marie-Claude Tremblay (Maria Wallner) was most recently seen right here at Stageworks, performing as Jess in Innovocative Theatre’s production of UGLY LIES THE BONE. Since relocating to the Tampa Bay area two years ago, she has been seen at Ruth Eckerd Hall in MIKE HAMMER: ENCORE FOR MURDER, in Innovocative Theatre’s production of PROOF as Catherine and in DARK VANILLA JUNGLE at the Tampa International Fringe Festival. She was also spotted sporting a wiry orange wig in SOMEBODY/NOBODY at Powerstories Theatre. She attended George Brown Theatre School in Toronto. Her Canadian credits include LION IN THE STREETS, ANGELS IN AMERICA, OTHELLO and A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM. Special thanks to her beautiful family for the constant support, love and inspiration.

 

 

Greg Thompson (Judge Ives) has worked on Tampa Bay area stages in productions of Blithe Spirit, Broadway Bound and Last of the Red Hot Lovers (Stageworks); Children of a Lesser God (Theater Exceptional); Romeo and Juliet, Twelfth Night, and Hamlet (St. Petersburg Shakespeare Festival); The Underpants and Inventing Van Gogh (Jobsite); Betrayal and Cat on A Hot Tin Roof (Tampa Rep); Bethany (TR2); Bones (Silver Meteor Gallery); Southern Exposures (HCC, Ybor); Proof (Carrollwood Players); and Hamlet (New Stage). Greg also directed, and originated the role of Matthew, in East Lansing, winner of the 2014 Tampa Bay Theater Festival for Full Length Play. Other theatre credits include writing and directing An Evangelist Drowns, also adapting and directing productions of Richard III, Hamlet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Tempest and Much Ado About Nothing. If this acting thing doesn’t work out, Greg has a PhD in Interdisciplinary Humanities and Master’s degrees in Religious Studies and in Theater Studies to fall back on.