Department of Performing Arts

Text Only Version

The Fine Arts Department and The Drama Society
of Eastern Connecticut State University

Henry Darrow

March 13, 2001
The Shafer Auditorium


Unequal Raul Julia by Miluka Rivera
Hollywood Latinos' Offspring by Miluka Rivera
King Lear by William Shakespeare
Handsomest Drowned Man in the World by Garcia Marquez
Cervantes by Harry Cason

Although Miguel de Cervantes never attained financial affluence during his lifetime (1547-1616), he did gain a measure of fame due to "Don Quixote." Cervantes was known as a great personality and brave soldier long before he became known as an author. He was a soldier by profession and only turned to writing due to financial misfortunes. "Don Quixote" was the first best-selling modern novel and has been translated into 68 languages. Cervantes was a contemporary of Shakespeare and died on the same day, April 23, 1616.

Director of Theatre: ELLEN BRODIE
Technical Director: BOB RITZ
Lighting Designer: DEBRA SIEGEL
Technical Assistant: EDWARD LEE ELLIS
Sound Board Operator: OLE HERMANSON
Box Office Manager: JOSH GILBERT
House Manager: SARAH WILSON
Assistant House Manager: KAREN SPOERING
Arts Management Assistant: THAYER KITCHEN

SPECIAL THANKS TO: The Drama Society; The Fine Arts Department; The Office of Equity and Diversity; Office of Housing; Office of Student Activities; OLAS; and The University Hour Committee; for helping support this ECSU Guest Artist Residency.
IN ADDITION, A VERY SPECIAL THANKS TO: Susan McCray for her continued support of the Eastern Theatre program and for her help facilitating Mr. Darrow's first visit to Eastern!

See the press release

83 Windham Street, Willimantic, Connecticut 06226 USA
Phone: (860) 465-5325 | Fax: (860) 465-5764
Contact Us | Directions | University Disclaimer | Eastern Home