Man of La Mancha
Man of La Mancha
at Caesar Rodney                     March 2009
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The Muleteers (around the table from left to right: Ryan Scanlon, Fazad Mohamed, Eric Howdershelt, Dylan Swinson, Lauren DeLong and RJ Hart) poke fun at Aldonza (Ariel McFall) after she receives a missive (a symbol of affection) from Don Quixote.
The Muleteers (around the table from left to right: Ryan Scanlon, Fazad Mohamed, Eric Howdershelt, Dylan Swinson, Lauren DeLong and RJ Hart) poke fun at Aldonza (Ariel McFall) after she receives a missive (a symbol of affection) from Don Quixote.
The Barber (Kyle Greentaner) clutches his shaving basin as Don Quixote (Dan Guidice), who thinks the basin is "The Golden Helmet of Mambrino," tries to convince Sancho (Ryan Norfleet) to take the basin from the Barber with the Padre (Andrew McGowan) and Dr. Carrasco (Ryan McRobie -- not shown) looking on.
The Barber (Kyle Greentaner) wonders if the "light is on" for Don Quixote (Dan Guidice) because he thinks the Barber's shaving basin is "The Golden Helmet of Mambrino."  The Padre (Andrew McGowan) looks on in disbelief.
The Barber (Kyle Greentaner) clutches his shaving basin as Don Quixote (Dan Guidice), who thinks the basin is "The Golden Helmet of Mambrino," tries to convince Sancho (Ryan Norfleet) to take the basin from the Barber with the Padre (Andrew McGowan) and Dr. Carrasco (Ryan McRobie -- not shown) looking on.
Don Quixote (Dan Guidice) is beaten down by The Knight of the Mirrors (Ryan McRobie) who is actually Dr. Carrasco in disguise.
The Barber (Kyle Greentaner) wonders if the "light is on" for Don Quixote (Dan Guidice) because he thinks the Barber's shaving basin is "The Golden Helmet of Mambrino."  The Padre (Andrew McGowan) looks on in disbelief.
Don Quixote (Dan Guidice) is beaten down by The Knight of the Mirrors (Ryan McRobie) who is actually Dr. Carrasco in disguise.
The Cast bids farewell to Don Quixote as he is carted off by the Inquisition by reprising his message in "The Impossible Dream."