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Performed: 14-19 November 1995; William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" tells the story of two young lovers in the middle of an ongoing conflict between their two families, the Capulets and the Montagues. The play was directed by Wayne Claeren, produced/scenic/lighting design by Carlton Ward, costume design by Freddy Clements and Neilson R. Jones (assistant), sound design by Frank Soukey, technical direction/lighting design by David Keefer, fight director/choreography by Susan McCain, fight captain was Todd F. Edwards, stage management by Kimberly Kinsey and Jana Griffin (assistant), poster and program designed by Kirstin Mitchell. This item is contained within the Clements drama production materials.


This performance was held in the Stone Center Theatre.


  • Laura Cathrine Russell -- Chorus; Rosaline
  • John Holmes -- Escalus
  • Michel Holland -- Paris
  • Douglas A. Millington -- Montague
  • Jason St. John -- Capulet
  • Tyler Waldrop -- Romeo
  • Gregory Mikell -- Mercutio
  • Joe Baker -- Benvolio
  • Todd F. Edwards -- Tybalt
  • David Downs -- Friar Lawrence
  • Chris Colvard -- Friar John
  • Jose Alba -- Balthasar
  • Scott Wheeler -- Sampson
  • Neilson R. Jones -- Gregory
  • Justin Bingham -- Abram
  • Frank Soukey -- An Officer
  • Gil Williams -- Lucio
  • Patrick Rogers -- Valentio
  • Shawn Carder -- Alberto
  • Nicholas Romano -- Francesco
  • Eric Wayne Key -- Apothecary
  • Lynnelle Terry -- Lady Montague
  • Mishia Edwards -- Lady Capulet
  • Ashley C. Pendley -- Juliet
  • Lesley Gray -- Nurse to Juliet
  • Renee Howard -- Livia
  • Tracy Higgins -- Helena
  • Dona Carter -- Katharine


The original items are located in the Library’s Alabama Gallery Special Collections.


Jacksonville State University -- History, College and school drama, Theater programs


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Romeo and Juliet (1995) | Program