Publicity art for
The Spoon River Anthology
Publicity art for
The Spoon River Anthology
An all-new production of Edgar Lee Masters' The Spoon River Anthology, conceived and directed by Jimmy Maize, will play at The Riverside Theatre, April 18-21, followed by an engagement at the Invisible Dog Art Center, April 24-28.

A cast of one-hundred will bring to life the collection of epitaphs that vividly depict life in the fictional Midwestern town of Spoon River, as told from the perspective of its deceased residents. The production will feature music by Eli Zoller, choreography by Jon Cooper & Marine Sialelli, and music direction by Ethan Wagner.

The cast will include Sophie Amoss, Will Arbery, Elissa Aron, Michael Barringer, Andrew Belcher, Sloan Bradford, Michael Brahce, Katie Broad, Clare Brower, Sheyenne Javonne Brown, Kevin Bunge, Marianna Caldwell, Christian Caldwell, Juan Cardenas, Michael Cicetti, Yvonne Cone, Hannah Corrigan, Zoe Costello, Rachel Craw, Will Dagger, Meghan Dalton, Shea Davies, Paul Eddy, Abby Eletz, Benjamin Fisher, Rohan Flinn, David Gautschy, Matthew Gehring, Jonathan Gordon, Megan Grace, Nate Grams, Anna Greenfield, Kate Gunther, Eddie Gutierrez, Logan James Hall, Joseph Dale Harris, Anna Hendrick, Su Hendrickson, Leah Henoch, Kate Hopkins, Jacqui Jarrold, Brandon Jones, Anna Konkle, Daniel Kurtz, Kristie Larson, Joanna Levinger, Andrew Lynch, Leemore Malka, Charlie Mann, Amanda Lea Mason, Molly McAdoo, Katie Melby, Helyn Messenger, Melissa Mickens, Ambien Mitchell, Christine Mottram, Sean Patrick Murray, Javan Nelson, Kyle Nesbit, Chelsea Niven, Greg Nussen, Sean O'Hagan, Anastasia Olowin, Juliette Pannone, Jose Paz, Adam Petchel, Duncan Pflaster, Alexandra Pucci, Edward Raube-Wilson, Keith Reed, Sam Reeder, Miguel Reis, Rachel Richman, Michael Rosengarten, Bertrand Roy, Patrick Scheid, Sandra Schneider, Dana Scurlock, Nadia Sepsenwol, Phillip Shinn, Franny Silverman, Jeri Silverman, Brendan Sokler, Elise Sokolow, Gianmarco Soresi, Ryan Stinnett, Erica Swindell, Andy Talen, Chanel Thomas, Sarah Todes, Kelsey Torstveit, Max Waszak, and Jeffrey A. Wisniewski.

The creative team will include Eli Zoller (music), Jon Cooper & Marine Sialelli (choreography), Ethan Wagner (music direction), Mikaela Liakata (scenic consultant), Abigail Hahn (costumes), and David Bengali (lights).

There will be a special Talkback panel with Moisés Kaufman of the Tectonic Theater Project and the artists following the performance on Friday, April 20 at The Riverside Theatre.

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