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Baldwin Players Announce Cast for ‘The Taming of the Shrew’

TIFTON—Cast members have been selected for William Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew”, the Baldwin Players’ upcoming fall production at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, according to an announcement by Dr. Brian Ray, director of the theatre troupe.

The production dates for “The Taming of the Shrew” are Oct. 31 – Nov. 2 at 7 p.m. in Howard Auditorium. Tickets are free to faculty, staff, and students with ABAC ID. The general public can purchase tickets at the door for $7.

Ray said members of the community as well as ABAC students will be a part of the production. Cast members include Peter Pinnow as Baptista Minola, Ashley Wade as Katherine Minola, Meagan Haghshenas as Bianca Minola, Hunter Gainous as Petruchio, Ben Brinkley as Gremio, Slayten Carter as Hortensio/Litio, and Alena Phillips as Lucentio/Cambio.

Other cast members include Ray as Vincentio, Kaylee Stokes as Tranio, Kaitlin Croft as a pedant, Raven Hughey as Grumio, Tre’mon Mills as Curtis, Shemika McClendan as a widow, and Melanie Morris, Michelle Morris, and Mariah Slaughter as townsfolk/serving men.

Pinnow is a member of the Tifton community; Wade is a psychology major from Sycamore; Haghshenas is an undeclared major from Palatka, Fla.; Gainous is a biology major from Brunswick; Brinkley is a member of the Tifton community; Carter is a political science major from Willacoochee; and Phillips is a music major from Richmond Hill.

Ray is an associate professor of English at ABAC; Stokes is an English major from Tifton; Croft is a pharmacy major from Tifton; Hughey is a biology major from Dalton; Mills is an undeclared major from Blakely; McClendon is a political science major from Blakely; Melanie Morris is a family and consumer sciences major from Ocilla; Michelle Morris is an early childhood education major from Ocilla; and Slaughter is a music major from Cairo.

For more information on “The Taming of the Shrew”, interested persons can contact Ray at (229) 391-4969 or via e-mail at
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