Man of La Mancha

September 6 - October 8, 2017 | Margeson Theater

Featuring Davis Gaines

With incredible songs that you know and love, you won’t want to miss Orlando Shakes’ next big musical.

Book by Dale Wasserman | Music by Mitch Leigh | Lyrics by Joe Darion

Inspired by one of the greatest novels in Western literature, Man of La Mancha tells the tale of the “mad knight” Don Quixote as he pursues his quest for the impossible dream. Trapped inside the walls of a dungeon during the Spanish Inquisition, Don Quixote transforms his surroundings into a magical landscape of epic battles, majestic lords and ladies, and beautiful dreams.

The internationally acclaimed, Tony Award-winning musical is a glorious affirmation of the unyielding resilience of the human spirit. Featuring the classic song “The Impossible Dream,” this timeless tale of love and adventure has inspired audiences for decades.

NEW! Grab great seats for our innovative Man of La Mancha staging.

Pre-sale ticket demand for Man of La Mancha has been incredible. To better accommodate growing audiences, Man of La Mancha will now appear in-the-round within the already intimate Margeson Theater. Click here to view the seating map for all Man of La Mancha performances.

Creative Team
Director: Nick DeGruccio
Musical Director: Michael Raabe
Choreographer: Kim Ball
Scenic Design: Jim Hunter
Lighting Design: Bert Scott
Costume Designer: Denise R. Warner
Sound Designer: Craig Beyrooti
Audio Engineer: Britt Sandusky

* Member of Actors’ Equity Association (AEA)
** Member of United Scenic Artists (USA)
*** Member Society of Directors and Choreographers (SDC)

 

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Meet the Cast

Davis Gaines*

Don Quixote/Cervantes

Laura Hodos*

Aldonza/Dulcinea

Matt Zambrano*

Sancho Panza

E. Mani Cadet*

Innkeeper/Governor

Patrick Oliver Jones*

Dr Corrasco/Duke/Knight of Mirrors

Victor Souffrant

Padre/Captain of the Guard

Alexander Mrazek*

Pedro

Andrew Meidenbauer*

Barber

Alina Alcantara

Housekeeper/Maria

Melanie Farber

Femina

Fredy Ruiz

Jose/Muleteer

Shonn McCloud*

Anselmo/Muleteer

Deirdre Manning

Antonia

Ensemble

Additional casting to be announced at a later date.

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Critic and Audience Reviews

Gaines not only has one of the best tenor voices in the business, but has such clear and eloquent diction, which serves him well, especially as he transitions from Cervantes to the madness of Alonso Quijana and Quixote.

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