Merry Wives of Windsor, The by SHAKESPEARE, William



The Merry Wives of Windsor is a comedy by William Shakespeare, first published in 1602, though believed to have been written prior to 1597. It features the fat knight Sir John Falstaff, and is Shakespeares only play to deal exclusively with contemporary Elizabethan era English middle class life. (Summary by Wikipedia)Cast:Anne Page, Mistress Pages daughter: Elizabeth BarrBardolph, sharper attending on Falstaff: AlanDoctor Caius, a French physician: Marty KrisFalstaff: Mark F. SmithFenton, a gentleman: Peter BishopFirst Servant: Ted GarvinFord, a gentleman dwelling at Windsor: Timothy FergusonHost of the Garter Inn: TriciaGHostess Quickly, hostess of a tavern in Eastcheap: Amy GramourMistress Ford: Elizabeth KlettMistress Page: Arielle LipshawNym, sharper attending on Falstaff: SkythrockPage, a gentleman dwelling at Windsor: AlanPistol: Peter BishopRobert Shallow, country Justice: Algy PugRobin, page to Falstaff: Beth ThomasRugby, servant to Doctor Caius: Dale BurgessSecond Servant: SkythrockServant: TriciaGSimple, servant to Slender: Sarah HoltzSir Hugh Evans, a Welsh parson: Matthew ReeceSlender, cousin to Shallow: David LawrenceWilliam Page, a boy, son to Page: Elizabeth KlettNarrator: Denny SayersAudio edited by: Arielle Lipshaw