Shakespeare Festival St Louis - Good in Everything
Additional support from our partners:
National Endowment for the Arts
City of Clayton Clayton Century Foundation
Macys, The Center of Clayton, Regions, Fontbonne University, Michael and Noemi Neidorff, Clayton Chamber of Commerce, and Clayton Schools

Shakespeare in the Streets: Good In Everything

An adaptation of Shakespeare’s As You Like It

September 18 – 20, 2014

Downtown Clayton

Central Avenue between Forsyth Blvd. and Maryland Avenue




Cast of Characters

CHARLES Adam Treutalaar
ROSALIND Caroline Amos
KELLY DUKE Kelley Weber
AMANI Parvuna Noory
DENISE Hannah Ryan
HANNAH Mikayla Johnson
ORLANDO Maalik Shakoor
CELIA Zoey Menard
BO Donovan Forrest
MR. FREDERICK Michael James Reed*
OLIVER Darian Garey
SILVIUS Khnemu Menu-Ra*
JAKE Gary Feder
PHOEBE Wendy Greenwood
HYMEN Michael James Reed*
JACK Tre Humphries


Caroline AmosCaroline Amos (Rosalind) is a student of the Webster Conservatory for Theatre Arts. Her past credits there include The House of the Spirits (Ferula/Count of Satigny), The Country Wife (Margery Pinchwife), and The Pig Iron People (Rosie). Caroline spent this past summer working and understudying in shows at the Great River Shakespeare Festival including The Merry Wives of Windsor and Troilus & Cressida. She will next be seen playing Hermia in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the…

Gary FederGary Feder (Jake), a practicing attorney with HuschBlackwell, is a former member of the Clayton Board of Education and Past President of the Clayton Chamber of Commerce and Clayton Century Foundation. He started acting in high school, continued with the Performing Arts Department at Washington University, helped start and perform for the Clayton Community Theatre and has been a cast member in a number of Stray Dog Theatre productions. His favorite roles include…

DonovanDonovan Forrest (Bo) is delighted to be joining Shakespeare in the Streets for the first time. He has been a member of Shakespeare Squadron for four years, and has loved every second. His favorite credits include A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Lysander), Henry V (Montjoy), Henry IV at Shakespeare Festival St. Louis’ 2014 Green Show; Twelfth Night (Falstaff), SFSTL 2013 Green Show; (Sir Toby Belch), and King Lear (Edmund).

DarianDarien Garey (Oliver) is a Masters Student at UMSL. He was born in St. Louis and was raised in the Tower Grove area. During his 6th grade year he became a member of the VTS program and joined the Kirkwood School District, where went on to graduate from Kirkwood High School. He then attended Westminster College where he was captain of the BlueJay’s football team, Homecoming King and Vice President of his fraternity, Beta Theta Pi. This summer he starred in his first independent feature…

Wendy GreenwoodWendy Greenwood (Phoebe) happily returns to Shakespeare in the Streets, having played Perdita in Old Hearts Fresh last year in the Grove. Wendy is an SIUE alumna, teaches Theatre for the Parkway School District, and has worked locally with Slightly Askew Theatre Ensemble, Mustard Seed Theatre, St. Louis Actors’ Studio, The New Jewish Theatre, Max & Louie Productions, HotCity Theatre, Muddy Waters Theatre Company, Upstream Theatre Company, That Uppity Theatre Co – Brief’s Festival,…

Danny GuttasDanny Guttas (Touchstone) is a junior at Saint Louis University majoring in Theatre and English, and is a member of the Honors Program. He appeared at SLU as Hysterium in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, and as Creon in Medea. He has also frequently appeared at the Muni Opera in in his hometown of Springfield, Illinois, most recently as a Featured Dancer in All Shook Up. He acted for the theatrical division of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum over the summer,…

Tre HumphriesTre Humphries (Jack) is a fourth grader and is originally from Pittsburgh, PA. He attends City Garden Montessori School. Tre is a neophyte to the stage with this being his fourth time in front a formal audience as a performer, he performed in Old Hearts Fresh in The Grove last year. He was the character Trinculo in The Tempest and recently filled the role of the great orator, Martin Luther King Jr., in the fifty year anniversary observation of the March on Washington at City Garden Montessori School. Tre is gifted in his ability to convey…

MikaylaMilkayla Johnson (Hannah) is a senior at Clayton High School, and she is so excited to be a part of Good in Everything. In addition to acting, she plays volleyball, softball, and basketball, and she loves to sing. She is also an artist. Mikayla would like to than the SITS team for this great opportunity.

Zoey MenardZoey Menard (Celia) is an eighth grader at Ridgewood Middle School who enjoys writing, painting, singing and hat collecting. She has been a part of Junior Wills and Shakespeare Festival St. Louis summer camp program. She performed as part of the Festival’s Green Show: Henry IV (Hotspur) and Two Gentlemen of Verona (Proteus). She would like to thank mom, dad, and Sydney for putting up with her craziness, and Michael Perkins for being the best teacher ever. Thanks to Shakespeare Festival St. Louis for this amazing opportunity.

Khnemu Menu-RaKhnemu Menu-Ra* (Silvius) is a veteran of five education tours, three Green Shows, and two main stage performances (all with Shakespeare Festival St. Louis). Khnemu is traveling from Augusta, MI, where he played the role of Hud in Hair for the third time at the Barn Theatre, Michigan’s oldest professional regional theatre. Currently based in Chicago, Khnemu is a proud member of Actors’ Equity and has been seen locally on the stages of The Muny, The Black Rep, New Line Theatre, and Dramatic License Productions.

Parvuna NooryParvuna Noory (Amani) is currently a senior at Lindbergh High School, where she is a web designer with ERA and involved in the Gay-Straight Alliance. Past theatre credits include A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Titania) at LHS and Henry V (Chorus) as part of Metro Youth Shakespeare. She also directed a production of Twelfth Night at LHS. She sends her love to her beautiful family.

Michael James ReedMichael James Reed* (Mr. Frederick/Hymen) is a Shakespeare Festival veteran, having appeared most recently in the Henrys. He has performed locally at the MUNY in Tarzan, with New Jewish Theatre in The Price, and in numerous shows at The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis (including next month’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream). New York theatre credits include La Bete (B’way), King Lear (Roundabout Theatre), and work at Classic Stage Co., New York Theatre Workshop,…

Hannah RyanHannah Ryan (Denise), a sophomore at Clayton High School, was seen last year in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Helena), Bat Boy (Meredith) and The Laramie Project (Romaine Patterson). Involved in Shakespeare Festival St. Louis camps since she was five, Hannah has done A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Bottom), The Tempest (Caliban /Ferdinand), The Comedy of Errors (Antipholus / Dromio ) and Macbeth (Malcolm). Professional credits include The Miracle Worker (Helen Keller) at…

MaalikMaalik Shakoor (Orlando), 19, has amassed six on screen/film appearances in one year. Most notably, he landed a lead role in a 2013 Missouri lottery commercial titled, Maggie in which he played the role of Mike. A recent graduate of Clayton High School, Shakoor is now attending Webster University as a Film major.

AdamAdam Treutalaar (Charles) is a junior at Clayton High School, where he plays soccer and performs in show choir and musical theatre productions. Acting credits include 13 the Musical (Archie), Pippin (Player), and Thoroughly Modern Millie (Ensemble) at Clayton High School. He has also participated in SHAKE38. He would like to thank his parents, friends, and the production crew of Good in Everything.

Kelley WeberKelley Weber (Duke) was most recently seen on stage in Forest Park in the cast of Henry IV and Henry V. Her favorite roles include: The Price (Ester) and Lost in Yonkers (Bella) at The New Jewish Theatre; Winter’s Tale (Paulina), Shadowlands (Joy), and Tartuffe (Elmire) at Mustard Seed Theatre. Favorite Shakespeare roles: As You Like It (Rosalind), Love’s Labour’s Lost (Princess), Measure for Measure (Isabella), Taming of the Shrew (Bianca), The Tempest (Trinculo) and Twelfth Night (Viola). Kelley…

*Denotes member, Actors’ Equity Association

Creative Team

Wild,-Alec-WEBAlec Wild (Director) has directed multiple productions of 21 of Shakespeare’s plays, and is working on getting the other 17 under his belt. He founded the award-winning Folio Theatre in Chicago, and co-founded/led the Great River Shakespeare Festival in Minnesota, where he directed The Winter’s Tale, Richard III, Twelfth Night, Taming of the Shrew, The Tempest, Othello, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Most recently, he directed the American premiere of Swallows and Amazons at COCA…

Nancy BellNancy Bell (Playwright in Residence) is a transplant to St. Louis from Los Angeles, where she had been living and working as an actress for 13 years. New York theatre credits include work onstage at Manhattan Theatre Club, New York Theatre Workshop, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Tribeca Lab and elsewhere. She has worked in regional theaters all over the country, including Berkeley Repertory, Geffen Playhouse, Pasadena Playhouse, Hartford Stage Company, The Old Globe, Dallas Theatre…

Sean SavoieSean M. Savoie (Production Designer) is currently the resident Lighting Designer / Production Manager / Design Coordinator at Washington University in St. Louis and has served as Production Manager for The Muny in Forest Park from 2008-2011. He received his BFA from the University of Southern Mississippi and his MFA from the University of Cincinnati – College Conservatory of Music (CCM) in Lighting Design and Technology.

Kyra BishopKyra Bishop (Property Master) recently received her BFA in Scenic Design from the Conservatory of Theatre Arts at Webster University. Properties credits include props designer for Union Avenue Opera’s 2014 season and props artisan at Shakespeare Santa Cruz for their 2012 and 2013 seasons. Design credits include A Streetcar Named Desire (Union Avenue Opera); The Spitfire Grill (Insight Theatre); The Nerd and The Great American Trailer Park Musical (Dramatic License Productions);…

Julie HoffmanJulie Hoffman (Orchestra Director) is in her thirtieth year of teaching and nineteenth year as Orchestra Director at Clayton High School. She received her BM Degree from The University of Tulsa in Viola Performance and her MM Education Degree from The University of Missouri-St. Louis. Julie has been honored with the Outstanding Music Educator Award from SLSMEA and MO-ASTA, and has been recognized for outstanding achievement in Who’s Who among America’s…

Mark Jankowski - DJ Raven FoxMark Jankowski / DJ Raven Fox (Video Production Mapping Design / DJ Performance) is a true Renaissance man, a visual artist and St. Louis Magazine’s Pick for the 2010 and 2013 A-List Best DJ. Originally from New York, he has resided in Saint Louis for almost a decade. Mark isn’t your standard DJ—an event “ringmaster” of sorts, he remains intricately involved in the production and theme from pre-production design to event. His timeless style transcends across all…

Lee Ann MatthewsLee Anne Mathews (Stage Manager) has traveled the world performing and directing before landing in St. Louis in 2006 to play the Soapstar in Menopause the Musical at Westport. She has worked for many local theatres and was nominated for a Kevin Kline Award for her performance in I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change. Recent favorites include Queenie in The Wild Party, Fraulein Kost in Cabaret, at freeFall Theatre in Florida, and the Locket Hag in Les Miserables at…

Kristin RionKristin Rion (Assistant Director) currently serves as the Streets Projects Coordinator at Shakespeare Festival St. Louis, where she also works as a Teaching Artist and the Audience Services Manager in the park. She graduated from Saint Louis University with a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre, directing emphasis. Kristin works locally stage managing, directing, and assisting in theatrical projects. Past credits include Old Hearts Fresh (Assistant Director), Five Women Wearing the Same Dress (Director),…

Blank-SquareJulia Graham (Assistant Stage Manager) is thrilled to be working on the 2014 season of Shakespeare in the Streets. She has been with Shakespeare Festival St. Louis since 2006 and has worked on shows such as Julius Caesar, Much Ado about Nothing, Twelfth Night, The Tragedy of Richard III and last year’s production of Shakespeare in the Streets, Old Hearts Fresh. Julia wants thank her friends and family for all their love and support, and Shakespeare Festival St. Louis for all that they do.

Michael B PerkinsMichael B. Perkins (Assistant Stage Manager) is back in the streets after designing video for last year’s Old Hearts Fresh. Michael has been teaching and performing with SFSTL’s Education Programs since 2007, including the Education Tour, summer camps, and Shakespeare Squadron. He’s also a local freelance director, designer, and actor. Recent credits: Siegfried (Union Ave. Opera), Mary Shelley Monster Show (SATE), The Violinist (Action for Autism), The Awakening

Jonathan HartleyJonathan Hartley (Technical Director) just graduated from Webster University with a degree in technical theatre/technical direction, bouncing from show to show. He started this summer working his first show with Shakespeare Festival as the Assistant Technical Director for Henry IV and Henry V. He then designed his first post-grad show, Black Comedy, at Southwestern Illinois College. He is also now the Technical Director at The St. Louis Black Repertory Company. Jonathan is…