by Václav Havel
translated by Paul Wilson
directed by Jiri Zizka
starring Oscar® nominee David Strathairn
May 19, 2010June 20, 2010

Meet the Artists

 • Production Manager


Krista Apple-Hodge • Monika
Janis Dardaris • Grandma
Mark Cairns • Albín
Mike Dees • Bob
Peter DeLaurier • Hanuš
Victoria Frings • Zuzanna
Leonard C. Haas • Dick
Trevor Long • Klein
Mary McCool • Bea
Kathryn Meisle • Irena
Jennifer R. Morris • Vlasta
Geddeth Smith • Oswald
Luigi Sottile • Victor
David Strathairn • Dr. Vilém Rieger
H. Michael Walls • Knobloch

Production Team

Jiri Zizka • Director
Václav Havel • Playwright
Paul Wilson • Translator
Klara Zieglerova • Set Designer
Vasilija Zivanic • Costume Designer
Jerold R. Forsyth • Lighting Designer
Nick Rye • Sound Designer
 • Dramaturg
Patreshettarlini Adams • Stage Manager
Janis Dardaris

Janis Dardaris (Grandma) was last seen at the Wilma in Becky Shaw and before that as Nat in Rabbit Hole at the Arden Theatre. Previously at the Wilma: Scorched (Barrymore Winner, Best Supporting Actress), RoadQuartet, Escape from HappinessOrpheus DescendingSpinThe Magic Fire. In 1998 she received the Charlotte Cushman Barrymore Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress as Josie in A Moon for the Misbegotten. Regional: McCarter Theatre, People’s Light, Pittsburgh Public, Philadelphia Theatre Company, Arden Theatre, PlayPenn Festival, Long Wharf, Cleveland Playhouse, Woolly Mammoth, Kennedy Center, Arizona Theatre Company, Walnut Street Theatre, Interact, Three Rivers Shakespeare, Actors Theatre of Louisville’s Humana Festival. New York: Playwright’s Horizons, New York Classical, Westbeth, Summer Play Festival on Theatre Row, and Breaking Legs with Philip Bosco as well as the national tour with Danny Aiello. Film & TV: featured roles in The Sixth SenseParty Monster, “Third Watch”, “Trial By Jury”, “Law & Order”, “The Sopranos”, Lifetime TV, Bliss1967Sounding directed by Joel Coen, and Cruzando.     Free the West Memphis 3.