"The theatre was created to tell people the truth about life and the social situation." - Stella Adler

The Cast of H5x7

H5x7 production photos by Justin Schneider.

 

Lizzi Albert

Lizzi Albert

Lizzi Albert plays the Chorus, Nym, the French Ambassador, and Montjoy.

Lizzi Albert is pleased to be returning to Barabbas after appearing in last year’s Never Never. Locally she has appeared in Absolutely! {Perhaps} with Constellation Theater Company;  Collected Stories with Peter’s Alley Theater Company; and Bang the Drum Slowly and Come Blow Your Horn with The American Century Theater. She has also worked extensively with Chesapeake Shakespeare Company in Baltimore, where she is a company member. Upcoming: Anne of the Thousand Days at CSC. Education: BFA NYU Tisch/Stella Adler Studio. www.lizzialbert.com

 

 

Kevin Dykstra

Kevin Dykstra plays Exeter, Bardolph, and Gower.

Kevin Dykstra was last seen as Tobin in The Metal Children (Silver Spring Stage). In 2015, he understudied three roles in the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Tartuffe. Other recent productions include The Language Archive, Good People, Frost/Nixon (directed by Kevin O’Connell), Glengarry Glen Ross, Stones in His Pockets, Pillow Talk, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Boys Next Door, South Pacific, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged), The Complete History of America (abridged), Hamlet, Twelve Angry Men, and The Fifteen-Minute Hamlet. He has worked with Theatre J, Scena Theatre, Cedar Lane Stage, Elden Street Players, and Montgomery Playhouse, among others.

 

 

Vince Eisenson

Vince Eisenson plays King Henry V and the Dauphin.

Vince Eisenson has acted regionally with Chesapeake Shakespeare Company, Folger Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Longacre Lea, Synetic, and WSC Avant Bard. He’s also had the privilege of bringing Shakespeare to the Fringe once before, in a capoeira-infused Macbeth. You can catch him later this year in Longacre Lea’s Fear and Faction of Fools’ Merchant of Venice.

 

 

Peter Holdway

Peter Holdway

Peter Holdway as Captain Fluellen. He also plays Canterbury, the Constable, Scroop, and Burgundy.

Peter Holdway has been living in the US for just over three years, moving from the UK. US theatre includes: Sidney Bruhl in Deathtrap (Next Stop Theater). UK theatre includes: Valentine in Goethe’s Faust, Death in The Painter of Dishonour (Calderon), Constable, Hymen in The Relapse (all Royal Shakespeare Company); The Globe Theatre (Read Not Dead series); The Witches (National tour and West End, London); Long John Silver in Treasure Island (Coventry Belgrade Theatre); The Wind in the Willows (Birmingham Rep); Prince Escalus/Chorus in Romeo and Juliet (Greenwich Theatre and tour); Gormenghast (David Glass Ensemble, UK tour and Lyric Theatre Hammersmith, London). International tours with Gecko Theatre (The Overcoat – Tbilisi, Georgia), The English Shakespeare Company (Faust – Beirut, Lebanon). www.peterholdway.com

 

 

Rachel Manteuffel

Rachel Manteuffel

Rachel Manteuffel plays Ely, Alice, Orleans, Hostess, Cambridge, and York.

Rachel Manteuffel is so excited to be working with Barabbas for the first time and Shakespeare for the 907th. She’s worked recently with The Washington Rogues, Prometheus Theatre, and Doorway Arts Ensemble. This summer she is doing White House area walking tours as Lady Bird Johnson’s press secretary with Pickle Pea productions. In her other life she’s a writer, mostly for The Washington Post. Thanks for coming.

 

 

Elana Michelle

Elana Michelle

Elana Michelle plays the King of France, Princess Katharine, the Boy, and Grey.

Elana Michelle is making her Barabbas Theatre debut in H5x7. A few of her other roles include: Juliet in Chesapeake Shakespeare Company’s 2016 Romeo and Juliet, Belle in CSC’s A Christmas Carol, Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream with Maryland Renaissance Festival, Candace in Project Run-a-way with Annapolis Historical Society, The Witch in Sondheim’s Into the Woods and Eurydice in Metamorphoses with UMBC, and Abby in The Spirit of the Staircase (a film set to debut in the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival). The former law student is a Cum Laude graduate of the University of Maryland-Baltimore County, with a BA in Political Science, a minor certification in History, and an honorary minor certification in Theatre. www.elanamichelle.com

 

 

Seth Rosenke

Seth Rosenke

Seth Rosenke plays Westmoreland and Pistol.

Seth Rosenke is thrilled to return to Barabbas. He holds an MFA in Acting from The Catholic University of America. Previous DC credits: Alan-A-Dale in The Merry Death of Robin Hood (LiveArtDC); Kyle in Never Never (Barabbas Theatre); Steve in She Kills Monsters (Rorschach). Upcoming: Antony and Cleopatra with Brave Spirits.