Shrek the Musical

Music by Jeanine Tesori
Book and Lyrics by David Lindsay-Abaire
Based on the DreamWorks Animation Motion Picture and the book by William Steig
Directed by Peter Rothstein
UnitedHealth Group Stage
April 22 – June 15
Recommended for all ages

In a faraway kingdom turned upside down, things get ugly when an unseemly ogre shows up to rescue a feisty princess. Throw in a donkey who won't shut up, a bad guy with a short temper, a cookie with an attitude and over a dozen other fairy tale misfits, and you've got the kind of mess that calls for a real hero. Luckily, there's one on hand...and his name is Shrek. From the imaginations of Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Lindsay-Abaire and Tony Award nominee Jeanine Tesori, Shrek the Musical is part romance, part twisted fairy tale and irreverent fun for everyone!

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The run time is 2 hours

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REED SIGMUND (Shrek) is proud and honored that he possesses all the qualities deemed necessary to portray a hideous and flatulent ogre. He is also elated that he has been given the opportunity to make this smelly journey alongside his beautiful wife of 10 years, Autumn Ness. Currently celebrating his 14th season at CTC, Reed has appeared in numerous CTC productions, including: Snow Queen, The Wizard of Oz, Once Upon a Forest, HONK! The Ugly Duckling, The Magic Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle, The Monkey King, Sleeping Beauty, Disney’s Aladdin Jr., The BFG, Seussical, A Year with Frog and Toad, If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, Madeline and the Gypsies, Romeo & Juliet, Bert and Ernie, Goodnight!, The Iron Ring, Robin Hood, Babe, the Sheep Pig, Annie, Mercy Watson to the Rescue!, Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Alice in Wonderland, Charlotte's Web, and Cinderella. When not performing at CTC, Reed and his darling wife Autumn can be found frolicking through the swamp with their three adorable ogres: Sawyer, Sullivan, and Kermit.


AUTUMN NESS (Princess Fiona) is so proud and lucky to be celebrating her 14th season as a member of the CTC Acting Company! And to be celebrating 10 years of marriage to her beloved Ogre, Reed. Some of Autumn's favorite CTC roles include: The Stepmother in Cinderella, The Queen of Hearts in Alice in Wonderland, The Biggest Little House in the Forest, Mrs. Cobb in Lizzie Bright and the Buckminster Boy, A Wrinkle in Time, Lily St. Regis in Annie, Mother in A Christmas Story, The Nurse in Romeo & Juliet, The Witch in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Mrs. Piggle Wiggle in The Magic Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle, A Year with Frog and Toad, Prom, Snow White in Once Upon a Forest, The Snow Queen, and Tinkles in Mississippi Panorama. When not onstage, Autumn can be found Pinteresting, binge watching some Netflix with her pug, and saving the galaxy with her two superheroes, Sawyer and Sullivan. Autumn is a proud member of the Actors’ Equity Association.


ANSA AKYEA (Donkey) is honored to be a part of this talented cast and crew of Shrek the Musical. A proud graduate of the University of Iowa’s distinguished M.F.A. Acting program (class of 2000), Ansa was last seen in History Theatre’s The Incredible Season of Ronnie Rabinovitz, and has starred in numerous movies such as Into Temptation, Memorial Day and the upcoming drama Rosie. Ansa has worked throughout the Twin Cities at some of the best local theaters, such as the Guthrie Theater, Penumbra Theatre, Mixed Blood Theatre, and many others. He has appeared at CTC in hits such as The Watsons Go To Birmingham–1963, Huck Finn, The Iron Ring, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, and as Jackie Robinson in Jackie and Me. Ansa is the recipient of the 2011 Playwright Center’s McKnight Award for Acting, Citypages 2007 Best Actor, and the 2013 Minnesota Playwright Center’s Many Voice Fellowship. Follow Ansa on Twitter @ansaakyea. Merci a Dieu, ma famille Akyea (Modei & Akua) ici et ailleur qui m’inspire, a Senam & Cashton pour leur support et amour, et a Mademoiselle Hodges pour tout! Let’s Go!


ADAM QUALLS (Lord Farquaad) is positively elated to be back at CTC with such a fun group of people. And he's maybe a little more excited than he should be to be playing the bad guy. Adam served as a CTC Performing Apprentice for the 2012-13 season, and he can't imagine a greater place to work. Favorite roles at CTC include Tweedledee in Alice in Wonderland, Pee Wee Reese in Jackie and Me, and Lars the Pirate in Buccaneers. Locally, he has also appeared in Cabaret (Theater Latté Da), Oliver Twist (Park Square Theatre), 44 Plays for 44 Presidents, The Taming of the Shrew (Theatre Pro Rata), and You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown; Into the Woods; Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris (Bloomington Civic Theatre), among others. Much love to all his family across the country, including his “found family” here up north.


LAUREN DAVIS (Witch, Dragon, Blind Mouse) hails from Maryland and is so excited to be a part of the Shrek the Musical cast. She holds an M.F.A. from the Catholic University of America and a Performing Arts degree from Frostburg State University. Professional theatre credits include: The Scarecrow and His Servant, Cinderella, Charlotte’s Web (CTC); Taming of the Shrew and Antony and Cleopatra (Chesapeake Shakespeare Company); Greensboro Four, Sing Out! and American Song Book (The Smithsonian); Son of the Living God (Lyric Opera House). Theatre credits at Catholic University include: Tartuffe, Cymbeline and The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui. Television credits include America's Most Wanted (Lifetime). She would like to thank God, her parents and her family for their love and support.


BELLA BLACKSHAW (Peter Pan, Dulocian) is thrilled to be back on stage at CTC, working again with Peter Rothstein, Michael Matthew Ferrell and the amazing crew and cast in Shrek the Musical. Bella was most recently seen in Junie B Jones: Jingle Bells, Batman Smells and And Then They Came for Me at Youth Performance Company. Other CTC credits include The Wizard of Oz and Annie. Bella has performed at many theatres in and outside of Minnesota. Some favorite roles include Miracle on 34th Street National Tour; And a Child Shall Lead; Gwen and Mary at GlenRoss Academy and Annie. Bella has appeared in numerous films and commercials. She is also a member of the Young Artists Council at Youth Performance Company. Bella thanks her family and friends for their constant love and support. Enjoy Shrek!


BRANDON BROOKS (Pinocchio, Dulocian) welcomes you to the big, bright, beautiful world of Shrek! Previously at CTC, he has appeared in The Scarecrow and His Servant, Cinderella, Alice in WonderlandJackie and Me, Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Buccaneers, A Wrinkle in Time, Annie, and Dr. Seuss’ The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins. When not frolicking with the Fairy Tale Creatures, Brandon avidly follows the Minnesota Twins (and all he asks for this year are 70 wins — he’s a believer!) He is gratefulfor the opportunity to work again with director Peter Rothstein, as well as a fantastic ensemble. Now sit back, enjoythe show, and let your freak flag fly!


PAUL R. COATE (Assistant Director, Understudy Lord Farquaad, Ensemble) played Grandpa Who in Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas on the CTC stage. He has performed with several Twin Cities’ arts organizations, including Park Square Theatre, History Theatre, Theater Latté Da, Minnesota Orchestra, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, Nautilus Music Theatre, and Skylark Opera. Paul will next appear as Dr. Blind in a concert version of the opera Die Fledermaus with Minnesota Orchestra conducted by Andrew Litton. Paul also serves as the Executive Director of West Bank School of Music in Minneapolis. Love to Kat, Gena, and TJ.


NOAH COON (Happy Family, Humpty Dumpty, Duloc Tapper) is thrilled to be on stage with Children’s Theatre Company again. Some of Noah’s favorite stage roles include Caroline, or Change, The Winter's Tale, Macbeth and A Christmas Carol (Guthrie Theater); To Kill a Mockingbird, Oliver Twist, and Ragtime (Park Square Theatre); and touring nationally with A Christmas Carol and Miracle on 34th Street (Troupe America). Other roles have been with Old Log Theater, Theater Latté Da, Paul Bunyan Playhouse, and Live Action Set. Noah’s favorite film/TV roles include Memorial Day, Zeke Meeks, and Superhuman. I hope that everyone remembers that “what makes us special makes us strong!”


ETHAN DAVENPORT(Tweedledee, Guard) hadn’t seen Shrek the movie until last year becausehis mom thought it was too sassy for her firstborn child (age two at the time). He’s thrilled to be a part of this silly and touching fairy tale. Now he’s finishing his freshman year at Minneapolis South and catching up on all the movies he missed. Ethan’s an avid baseball player and sports talk radio listener who gets creeped out by those long-legged centipede things, but recently developed an affinity for spiders. He was last seen here as Wilbur in Charlotte’s Web. Other favorites include Pippi Longstocking and Jackie and Me at CTC, and A Christmas Carol at the Guthrie Theater. He’s also worked with History Theatre, CTC’s Theatre Arts Training’s Jr. Intensive Fidgety Fairy Tales, Centennial Showboat, Stages, and Morris Park Players, as well as work onscreen. Ethan thanks his family, friends and teachers for their support.


NOAH DEETS (Little Shrek, Baby Bear) is happy as an ogre in a swamp to be back at CTC for his third main stage production! He loved playing Brother Boo Who in Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas and being a munchkin in The Wizard of Oz here at CTC. Last fall, he took on a serious role as Gavroche in Les Misérables at Bloomington Civic Theatre. He also worked with Garrison Keillor in a reading for a new play called Radio Man at the History Theatre. Noah also loves football, juggling and reading. He is so thankful for all the friends he has made at CTC and knows this will once again be the time of his life! Enjoy the show!


ALEC FISHER (Understudy) is 13 and thrilled to be an understudy in his third CTC production. Alec has performed in many venues in the Twin Cities. Some of Alec's favorite roles include Randy Parker in A Christmas Story and a member of the Lollipop Guild in The Wizard of Oz (CTC), Izzy Baline in Steerage Song (Theater Latté Da); and both Beggar Boy and Youngest Scrooge in back-to-back years of A Christmas Carol (Guthrie Theater). When Alec is not onstage, he enjoys playing soccer, fencing, and watching football.


VIVIAN HAYS (Happy Family, Elf, Gingy, ) is thrilled to be invited back to the CTC stage! CTC credits include Alice in Wonderland, The Wizard of Oz and Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas. She enjoys singing, dancing in front of her mirror, making her friends laugh, doing gymnastics, playing her ukulele, and talking. Vivian has been studying dance for more than five years at the Lake Harriet Dance Center in Richfield and one year at Laura Balfour Dance Center. She has also been in Vampires! Horror! at The Old Arizona Theater and Monkey Mind Pirates at The Loring Theater. She is currently a fifth grader at Marcy Open School.


BRIANNA HICKEN (Sugar Plum Fairy, Duloc Tapper) is excited to be returning to CTC for her third main stage production. She performed in CTC's 2011 production of The Wizard of Oz and 2013 production of Cinderella. Brianna is from Rochester where she is a senior at Mayo High School and is part-time home schooled. Her other recent roles include Princess Aurora in Sleeping Beauty, Missy in The Marvelous Wonderettes, and Queen of Hearts in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. This summer she traveled to New York City, where she trained with The Open Jar Institute and STEPS on Broadway.


LEO JAMES (Tweedledum, Dulocian) is thrilled to be a part of this incredible production! He most recently appeared on the Children’s Theatre Company stage in Dr. Seuss’ The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins. Favorite credits include: Young Frankenstein, The Sound of Music, and Elton John and Tim Rice’s AIDA (Minnetonka Theatre), Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Ordway Center for the Performing Arts), and The King and I (Bloomington Civic Theatre). Leo is currently a 10th grader at Minnetonka High School. Endless thanks to Peter and Michael. All his talent and humility come from his friends, his parents and really awesome little sister. For AG, FF and BB.


MAGGIE KJEER (Little Pig, Dulocian) is delighted to be back at the Children’s Theatre after first appearing in The Wizard of Oz in 2011. She has been acting, singing, and dancing since the age of nine, and has just joined the ranks of Pipjazz Live as a Youth Artist in Residence under the direction of Pippi Ardennia. She has been playing the piano for eight years and the flute for three. She is grateful to everyone for their support and for this amazing opportunity.


CLAIR TOMARI-LEAK (Little Red, Little Fiona) is thrilled to be making her CTC debut in this big, bright, beautiful production! She is new to the stage having made her first performance as an orphan in Annie with Minnetonka Theatre and also appeared in the Minnesota Fringe Festival with Top Hat Theatre. Clair is also a competitive figure skater who skates 6 days a week when not acting. Special thanks to mom, dad, Asha, grandparents, and coach Lorie for making this happen.


LANDON MCDERMOTT (Ugly Duckling, Duloc Tapper) is a seventh grader at Oak Hill Montessori who is elated to be entertaining audiences at Children’s Theatre Company in Shrek the Musical with other talented and passionate performers. Landon’s theater credits include: Doubt (Minnesota Operaat Ordway Center for the Performing Arts); Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Children’s Theatre Company); On Golden Pond (The Phipps Center for the Arts); A Christmas Carol (Guthrie Theater); The Sound of Music (Eat Street Players); Pied Piper (Ashland Productions). Landon’s film credits include a nationally broadcast television commercial for a clothing store. When not rehearsing or performing, Landon enjoys taking lessons in dance, acting, and voice at Lundstrum Center and Minnesota Opera Center. Landon plays tennis, golf, and lacrosse and enjoys reading, especially history books.


JEFFREY C. NELSON (Happy Family, Nutcracker, Duloc Tapper, Knight, Steward, Co-Dance Captain) is so excited to part of Shrek the Musical, his first production at Children’s Theatre Company. He was most recently seen in Theater Latté Da’s production of Cabaret (Helga/ Sailor). Jeffrey has also been seen in various productions at Bloomington Civic Theatre; recently he got to play one of his dream roles in Singin’ in the Rain (Cosmo Brown), other BCT credits include: 42nd Street (Thug), Jesus Christ Superstar (Apostle), A Chorus Line, Sweeney Todd and Mame. Jeffrey has also performed with various companies in the Twin Cities including Minnetonka Theater and Minneapolis Musical Theater, as well as many small cabaret’s around the city. In his spare time Jeffrey loves to perform and hang out with the members of Alive & Kickin (a senior Rockin’ Ensemble), they inspire me all the time to live. Thank you to Bubba, Mom and Dad and everyone who has given him so much love and support.


RONI PAIGE PETERSEN (Little Pig, Dulocian) is thrilled to be joining the CTC family in this production of Shrek the Musical! A sophomore at SPCPA, she is no stranger to the stage. Regularly appearing with the Minnesota Opera/Project Opera, the Moscow Ballet, and numerous community companies. Roni has had the opportunity to perform at many of the Twin Cities’ most popular venues. Her future ambitions include graduating valedictorian, attending Julliard, performing on Broadway, enjoying a successful career in film and ultimately being elected president of the United States. Roni would like to thank her family for the endless hours spent driving, critiquing and costuming. Without their love and support, none of this would be possible. Also, a special thank you to our wonderful audiences. It’s your support of the arts that allows us to live out our dream. Enjoy the show!


KORY LAQUESS PULLAM (Captain of the Guard, Knight, Bishop, Understudy Donkey) is proud to be working with such a wonderful company. He earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Theatre at Stephen F. Austin State University. While attending SFASU, Kory had the pleasure of playing Puck in A Midsummer Night's Dream, Feste in Twelfth Night, and George Murchison in A Raisin in the Sun. Then, Kory moved to Chicago and played Private Tony Smalls in A Soldier's Play at Raven Theatre, Waldo in the Porchlight Music Theatre production of Pal Joey, and joined the ensemble of sailors in H.M.S. Pinafore with Light Opera Works this past summer. After having a blast in Charlotte’s Web, Cinderella and The Scarecrowand His Servant, Kory looks forward with anticipation to the work ahead with Children's Theatre Company and the rest of the Minneapolis arts community!


HANNAH SEEMAN (Understudy) is excited and honored to be cast in her first show at Children’s Theatre Company. Hannah has been active in theatre for the past three years, performing in Sound of Music and 101 Dalmatians with Minnetonka TheatreDracula at Minnetonka High School and It’s A Wonderful Life, Seussical the Musical and Annie with Chaska Valley Family Theatre. Hannah also dances at Chanhassen Dance Connection and loves to swim, ski and play tennis. Hannah is currently a 4th grader at Excelsior Elementary School. Thanks Mom, Dad and big sister, Clare.


ALYSSA SEIFERT(Understudy, Co-Dance Captain) is thrilled to be a part of Shrek the Musical, her first production at CTC. Favorite past roles include Ivy Smith in On the Town (Bloomington Civic Theatre), Maxene Andrews in Sisters of Swing (St.Croix Off Broadway Dinner Theatre), and Zelda Zanders in Bloomington Civic Theatre’s Ivey Award-winning productionof Singin’ in the Rain (Excellence in Choreography by Michael Matthew Ferrell). She has also appeared in productions with Collide Theatrical Dance Company and Minnetonka Theatre. She would like to thank Peter, Denise and Michael for the amazing opportunity. Her love and thanks go out to her Mom and Dad, who always dream big with her.


DAVON SUTTLES (Papa Bear, Duloc Tapper, Knight) played Armpit in Holes, Gregory Robinson in The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin, and D’ominique in Jon Ferguson’s So Long, Johnson Pillock, Seaweed in Hairspray, and Illusion Theater’s Love & Marriage. Outside of the theatre arts, Davon is also an accomplished tap dancer, performing with Keane Sense of Rhythm Youth Tap Ensemble all over the Twin Cities, and in Chicago Human Rhythm Project’s Jumba Master’s of Tap. A senior at the Saint Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists, he plans to continue his performing arts career outside of high school. At SPCPA he is heavily involved in their Musical Theatre program, featuring extensive training as well as in-school performances.


AUSTENE VAN (Mama Shrek, Mama Bear, Dulocian, Dragonette, Blind Mouse, Understudy Dragon) is thrilled to be a part of Shrek the Musical at Children’s Theatre Company. Penumbra Company member credits include Spunk, Amen Corner, Blue, Ain’t Misbehavin’, Dinah Was, Blues for an Alabama Sky and Seven Guitars. Austene has recently performed the title role in AIDA at the Pantages with Theater Latté Da, Blanche Dubois in A Street Car Named Desire with Ten Thousand Things, In the Next Room at the Jungle Theater; Gem of the Ocean, Crowns and A Christmas Carol at Guthrie Theater; Radio Golf at IRT/Cleveland Playhouse; To Kill a Mockingbird at Park Square Theatre; Once on this Island at CTC; Singing' in the Rain at Ordway Center for the Performing Arts. Recently directed Six Degrees of Separation at Theatre in the Round Players, Joan; Voices in the Fire at Rarig Center, Hot Chocolate, Gee’s Bend and Lady Day at Park Square Theatre; Lonely Soldier Monologues, A Civil War Christmas at History Theatre; Blues in the Night at Ordway Center for the Performing Arts; and Black Nativity at Penumbra Theatre. Artistic Director of New Dawn Theatre Productions.


RACHEL WEBER (Happy Family, Little Pig, Blind Mouse, Duloc Tapper, Dragonette, Fiona Double, Bluebird, Understudy Princess Fiona) is a Minnesota girl born and raised and is thrilled to be returning to CTC for such a smelly show! Recent credits include: Cinderella (CTC), Singin' in the Rain, On the Town (Bloomington Civic Theatre), Johnny Baseball (Park Square Theatre) and the national tour of Miracle on 34th Street (Troupe America). She has also worked with Theatre in the Round, the Guthrie Theater, and Jon Ferguson. When not performing on stage, Rachel stays busy doing film and commercial work, trying new recipes, and looking for her next adventure. Unending thanks to God and her family for their love and care.


MAX WOJTANOWICZ (Papa Shrek, Wolf, Guard, Thelonius, Knight, Understudy Shrek) is so glad to be a part of this show! A native of Rice, MN, and a graduate of St Olaf College, Max’s credits at CTC include Cinderella, Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas, The Wizard of Oz, Dr. Seuss’ The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins, Mr. McGee and the Biting Flea, Romeo & Juliet, and more. He has performed all over the Twin Cities, and wrote the book and lyrics for two musicals: Fruit Fly and Shelly Bachberg Presents: How Helen Keller and Anne Frank Freed the Slaves, both at the Minnesota Fringe. He is hard at work on new projects, and will produce the Minnesota premiere of A Very Merry Unauthorized Children's Scientology Pageant at this year's Fringe. Thanks for coming – and enjoy the show!

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