Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey has announced casting for its production of Timon of Athens, to play the F.M. Kirby Shakespeare Theatre July 6-24.

This 90-minute version of Shakespeare's play is adapted and directed by Brian B. Crowe, and mixes a sublime blend of Grand Guignol, Vaudeville, and Brechtian theatricality to tell the story of Timon, and his psychological transition from childlike innocence to bitter despair.

Greg Jackson will star in the title role, with the cast also including Bruce Cromer as Apemantus, Brent Harris as Alcibiades, John Seidman asFlavius, Ames Anderson as Lucullus, Scott Whitehurst as Lucius, Benard Cummings as Titus, and Geoffrey Owens as a Poet. Rounding out the cast are Jasmine Batchelor, Eric Hoffman, Dan Lawrence, Allison Layman, Quentin McQuiston, and Jessica Morris.

The production team will include set designers Brian B. Crowe and Brian Ruggaber; costume designer Pamela A. Prior; lighting designer Andrew Hungerford; sound designer Karin Graybash; and composer Peter Fleming.

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