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C h e l s e a B u n n (H a m l e t ) is the Artistic Director of Something for Nothing Theater.

ater. She directed The Comedy of Errors and Two Gentlemen of Verona, which featured adoptable dogs from Austin Dog Rescue. she is
delighted to be working alongside so many fine actors and friends. She would like to say thank you to Robert Moncrieff, Daniel Rigney, and the cast and crew for their support and encouragement.

L e a n n a H o l m q u i s t (G e r t r u d e /F r a n c i s c o ) started acting when she was a child and has appeared in South Pacific, Hello Dolly, The Sound of Music, Damn Yankees, Play On! and other
projects. Recently she has turned her acting energies toward the works of Shakespeare and his contemporaries and has appeared in Richard II, The Merchant of Venice, Much Ado About
Nothing, Cymbeline, Romeo and Juliet, and Thomas Kyds The Spanish Tragedie.

M a t t F i t z g e r a l d (C l a u d i u s /G h o s t ) moved to Austin from Minneapolis, MN last August. He graduated from the University of Minnesota with a B.A. in Theater, where he appeared in The Odyssey, The
Winters Tale, and a number of collaborative performances. He toured the country with National Theater For Children in their educational play Mad About Money. This spring he played the Cat in Zach Theaters production
of The Cat In The Hat.

M i c h a e l F e r s t e n f e l d (P o l o n i u s /G e n t l e m a n /S e c o n d C l o wn ) is an e-learning developer with Point and Click Studios and artistic director of Austin, TX based company, dystheatre, or Do You See Theatre, because you
have to name your theatre company SOMETHING. And Something for Nothing is a great name, not to mention a great company of kind and talented spirits to be with in collaboration. Michaels recent roles include Ronald in THE
ALTRUISTS just last week at Hyde Park Theatre, Dick Daldry in Zach Theatres IN THE NEXT ROOM OR THE VIBRATOR PLAY, Michael, Legal Advisor in TRAGEDY, A TRAGEDY at HPT, and Not Ira Glass in NOT This American Life.

B r o o k s N a y l o r (L a e r t e s /F i r s t P l a y e r ) is incredibly excited to work with Something for Nothing Theater. He is a Shakespeare at Winedale Alum, Having Performed in Macbeth, Coriolanus and A Midsummer Nights Dream. He has been
performing for a number of years now as a part of the Broccoli Project in productions such as A Zoo Story and Doggs Hamlet Cahoots Macbeth.

H a n n a h A d r i a n (O p h e l i a /B e r n a r d o /F i r s t C l o wn ) is very excited to be working with Something for Nothing theater again, having performed as Speed in The Two Gentlemen of Verona last year. As a Shakespeare at Winedale
Alum, she has performed in several Shakespeare shows, including The Winters Tale, Comedy of Errors, and Henry VI Part one. Recently, she has appeared in Dead Mans Cellphone and Mr. Marmalade.

L i n d s a y M c K e n n a (G u i l d e n s t e r n ) is thrilled to finally be working with Something for Nothing theater. Recent acting credits include Angel in Last Act Theatres The Happy Couple and Emilia in City
Theatres Othello. Special thanks goes to Chelsea Bunn for letting her use slightly less inky robes than normal, and Stephanie Dunbar for sewing on magic snaps.

B r a d l e y Wr i g h t (M a r c e l l u s /R o s e n c r a n t z /O s r i c ) Since graduating from UT, Bradley has been heavily involved in the Austin theatre scene with a primary focus on Elizabethan performance. Bradley has worked with companies like
The Hidden Room, Last Act Theatre Co., and the Barons Men on projects that include Taming of the Shrew, Henry V, Dr. Faustus, and Merchant of Venice. Bradley is thrilled to be working with some of the best of both the Winedale and
Austin theatre communities!

G r i f f e n M c D o n a l d (H o r a t i o ) has been doing theatre for over Eleven years, having appeared in Into the Woods, Deathtrap, Bye Bye Birdie, Fuddy Meers, Oedipus for Kids, and Noises Off. among many others. Most
recently, he has directed a production of Mr. Marmalade and provided piano accompaniment for the musical Songs for a New World. This is Griffens first experience working with Shakespeare.

D a n i e l R i g n e y (D i r e c t o r ) has been part of Something for Nothing Theater Company since its inception. He has acted nationally with such companies as Shakespeare at Winedale and the American Shakespeare Center in Stanton, Virginia. He is pleased to
make his directorial debut with this production of Hamlet and looks for to directing more productions in the future.

P a t r i c i a B e n n e t t (F i g h t c h o r e o g r a p h e r ) is a fourth year student at the University of Texas at Austin studying Civil Engineering in Theatre. Previous work has included Paradox Players production of New Jerusalem as Clara and Something for
Nothings Two Gentlemen of Verona as Silvia. She has additionally worked as a production intern with the Rude Mechs. This is her first project as a fight choreographer.

D e b S t r e u s a n d (Dramaturge) has previously dramaturged The Comedy of Errors for Roving Shakespeare. As an actor, she has appeared in Austin as Alexas in Poor Shadows of Elysiums Antony and Cleopatra. She has enjoyed her work on this production and
is pleased to be a part of it.

Something for Nothing Theater is a sponsored
project of the Austin Creative Alliance, a non-
profit arts service organization. To learn more, or
to make a tax-deductible donation to our
project, visit

Special Thanks To
Parks and Recreation DepartmentRosedale Neighborhood Association
City Council Members Kathie Tovo and Mike Martinez
Zac Crofford Robert Moncrieff johnny Meyer Maggie Rigney
The Ramsey Park Rounders Allegra Fox and Tyler Mabry
Scare for A cure for our skulls
Aza illustration and design
If you would like to make a tax deductible donation today, please write your checks to Austin
Creative Alliance with Something for Nothing in the subject line