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COMPLETE CAST AND CREATIVE TEAM ANNOUNCED
FOR THE OLD GLOBE’S 2013 SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL


Festival Director Adrian Noble leads his fourth and final Festival season
and directs The Merchant of Venice and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead

Famed London Director Ian Talbot helms A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Craig Noel Award Winners Miles Anderson and Jay Whittaker
return to the Festival Stage

SAN DIEGO (May 2, 2013)—The Old Globe today announced the complete cast and creative team for the 2013 Shakespeare Festival. Festival Artistic Director Adrian Noble returns to San Diego for his fourth and final year of Festival programming. The internationally acclaimed director will helm productions of William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice and Tom Stoppard’s classic farce, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. Laurence Olivier Award-nominated director Ian Talbot will make his Old Globe debut with the enduring Shakespeare favorite A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The 2013 Shakespeare Festival, performed in repertory in the outdoor Lowell Davies Festival Theatre, runs June 2 – Sept. 29. Subscription tickets from $66 to $270. Single tickets start at $29. Tickets can be purchased online at www.TheOldGlobe.org, by phone at (619) 23-GLOBE or by visiting the Box Office at 1363 Old Globe Way in Balboa Park.

“Seeing Shakespeare outdoors on a balmy summer night is one of the most magical experiences it’s possible to have in the theater, and the Globe’s annual Shakespeare Festival is as good as that experience gets,” said Old Globe Artistic Director Barry Edelstein. “One of the reasons it’s so special is the talent of our own Adrian Noble, and while he will be leaving the Globe once this summer’s Festival is open, all San Diegans will be able to cheer and salute him for giving us another fantastic season with two superb productions of his own, and a third from the gifted Ian Talbot. The Globe and I thank Adrian for four summers of beautiful work, and we look forward to welcoming him back soon.”

Adrian Noble has served as the Artistic Director of The Old Globe Shakespeare Festival since 2010. In addition to The Merchant of Venice and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, he has directed the Festival productions of King Lear, The Madness of George III, The Tempest, Amadeus, As You Like It and Inherit the Wind. As Festival Artistic Director, he has also overseen productions of The Taming of the Shrew, Much Ado About Nothing and Richard III. Noble’s most recent work includes The King’s Speech (on tour and the West End) and The Tempest (Theatre Royal, Bath). He was Artistic Director and Chief Executive of the Royal Shakespeare Company between 1991 and 2003.

Ian Talbot was Artistic and Managing Director of the Open Air Theatre in Regent’s Park, London from 1987 to 2007. In addition to his numerous Laurence Olivier Award-nominated productions, he has many acting credits in television and theater including the Royal Shakespeare Company and the West End. In 2007 Talbot was awarded the Order of the British Empire for his services to the Open Air Theatre.

Craig Noel Award winner Miles Anderson (The Madness of George III, Amadeus, The Tempest) returns to the Festival as Shylock in The Merchant of Venice and as Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Fellow Craig Noel Award winner Jay Whittaker (King Lear, Richard III, Amadeus) returns for his fourth consecutive Festival season as Oberon in Midsummer. Whittaker will also star as Guildenstern, joining Festival newcomer John Lavelle as Rosencrantz in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. Lavelle will also appear as Snug in Midsummer and Lancelot Gobbo in Merchant. Also making her Festival debut is Krystel Lucas who will appear as Titania in Midsummer as Portia in Merchant.

Lucas Hall, last seen on the Festival stage as Hamlet, will reprise the role in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, as well as play Puck in Midsummer and Bassanio in Merchant. Midsummer’s quartet of star-crossed lovers is comprised of Festival vets Winslow Corbett (The Tempest, Amadeus) as Hermia, Ryman Sneed (Much Ado About Nothing) as Helena and newcomers Nic Few as Demetrius and Adam Gerber as Lysander. In addition to these roles, The Merchant of Venice will feature Corbett as Jessica, Sneed as Nerissa, Few as Prince of Morocco, and Gerber as Lorenzo. In Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Corbett will appear as Ophelia, Sneed as Gertrude and Few as Horatio.

The repertory company also features Donald Carrier, Sherman Howard, Old Globe Associate Artist Charles Janasz and Triney Sandoval, as well as The Old Globe/University of San Diego Graduate Theatre Program candidates Erin Elizabeth Adams, Matthew Bellows, Meaghan Boeing, Jeremy Fisher, Adam Gerber, Kushtrim Hoxha, Stephen Hu, Allison Layman, Danielle O’Farrell, Stephanie Roetzel, Christopher Salazar, Robbie Simpson, Whitney Wakimoto and Sean-Michael Wilkinson.

The creative team includes Old Globe Associate Artist Ralph Funicello (Scenic Design), Deirdre Clancy (Costume Design), Alan Burrett (Lighting Design), Dan Moses Schreier (Sound Design, Original Music), Peter Golub (Original Music), Elan McMahan (Music Direction), George Yé (Fight Director), James Vásquez (Movement), Jan Gist (Voice and Dialect Coach), Samantha Barrie, CSA (Casting) and Bret Torbeck (Stage Manager).

View the 2013 Shakespeare Festival PDF for complete cast biographies, casting chart and performance schedules.

June 2 – Sept. 29, 2013 (Previews: June 2, 20, 21 and 22 / Opening Night: June 23)
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Ian Talbot

Fall under the spell of Shakespeare’s most joyful and popular comedy. Filled with magic, humor, music and spectacle, the merriment unfolds in an enchanted forest where fairies play tricks on unsuspecting lovers and bumbling actors are transformed beyond their wildest dreams. With a magic potion that grants love at first sight, anything can, and does, happen!

The cast of A Midsummer Night’s Dream features Erin Elizabeth Adams (Cobweb), Miles Anderson (Bottom), Meaghan Boeing (Moth), Donald Carrier (Starveling), Winslow Corbett (Hermia), Nic Few (Demetrius), Adam Gerber (Lysander), Lucas Hall (Puck), Sherman Howard (Egeus), Charles Janasz (Peter Quince), John Lavelle (Snug), Krystel Lucas (Titania, Hippolyta), Stephanie Roetzel (Mustardseed), Triney Sandoval (Snout), Ryman Sneed (Helena), Whitney Wakimoto (Peaseblossom), Jay Whittaker (Oberon, Theseus) and Sean-Michael Wilkinson (Flute) with Matthew Bellows, Jeremy Fisher, Kushtrim Hoxha, Stephen Hu, Allison Layman, Danielle O’Farrell, Christopher Salazar and Robbie Simpson (Fairies).

June 9 – Sept. 28, 2013 (Previews: June 9, 25, 26 and 27 / Opening Night: June 28)
THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Adrian Noble

Shakespeare’s unforgettable tale of mercy and justice, generosity and greed. After years of persecution for his Jewish faith, Shylock finally gets his chance for revenge. The merchant Antonio cannot pay his debt, and Shylock demands his due: a pound of flesh. To save Antonio’s life, the resourceful Portia must triumph in the courtroom—but at what cost? The Merchant of Venice weaves together humor and pathos in a spellbinding, suspenseful drama.

The cast of The Merchant of Venice features Miles Anderson (Shylock), Matthew Bellows (Salerio), Donald Carrier (Antonio), Winslow Corbett (Jessica), Nic Few (Prince of Morocco), Jeremy Fisher (Stephano), Adam Gerber (Lorenzo), Lucas Hall (Bassanio), Kushtrim Hoxha (Leonardo, Gaoler), Charles Janasz (Tubal, Duke of Venice), John Lavelle (Lancelot Gobbo), Krystel Lucas (Portia), Christopher Salazar (Prince of Arragon), Triney Sandoval (Gratiano), Robbie Simpson (Balthazar), Ryman Sneed (Nerissa) and Sean-Michael Wilkinson (Solanio) with Allison Layman, Danielle O’Farrell and Whitney Wakimoto (Portia's Servants) and Erin Elizabeth Adams, Meaghan Boeing, Stephen Hu and Stephanie Roetzel (Ensemble).

June 16 – Sept. 26, 2013 (Previews: June 16, 29 and 30 and July 1 / Opening Night: July 2)
ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD
By Tom Stoppard
Directed by Adrian Noble

Fast-paced and irresistibly funny, Tom Stoppard’s Tony Award-winning farce turns Shakespeare’s Hamlet inside out. Two clowns wake up one morning to discover that they are minor characters in the greatest tragedy ever written. As the story of Hamlet plays out all around them, they struggle to figure out what is happening, what it all means and whether they can escape their ultimate fate.

The cast of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead features Winslow Corbett (Ophelia), Nic Few (Horatio), Jeremy Fisher (Laertes), Lucas Hall (Hamlet), Sherman Howard (The Player), Stephen Hu (Alfred), Charles Janasz (Polonius), John Lavelle (Rosencrantz), Christopher Salazar (Ambassador), Triney Sandoval (Claudius), Robbie Simpson (Soldier, Fortinbras), Ryman Sneed (Gertrude) and Jay Whittaker (Guildenstern) with Matthew Bellows, Jeremy Fisher, Adam Gerber and Kushtrim Hoxha (Tragedians), Erin Elizabeth Adams, Meaghan Boeing, Whitney Wakimoto and Sean-Michael Wilkinson (Film Crew) and Allison Layman, Danielle O’Farrell and Stephanie Roetzel (Attendants).

Tom Stoppard (Playwright, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead) worked as a freelance journalist while writing radio plays, a novel (Lord Malquist and Mr. Moon) and the first of his plays to be staged in England, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, winner of the 1968 Tony Award for Best Play. His subsequent plays include The Real Inspector Hound, After Magritte, Jumpers, Travesties (Tony Award), Every Good Boy Deserves Favour (with André Previn), Night and Day, The Real Thing (Tony Award), Hapgood, Arcadia (Olivier Award, New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award and Tony Award nomination), Indian Ink, The Invention of Love and Rock ’n’ Roll. The 2006 American premiere of Stoppard’s trilogy, The Coast of Utopia, at Lincoln Center Theater won seven Tony Awards. Stoppard’s translations and adaptations include Lorca’s House of Bernarda Alba, Schnitzler’s Undiscovered Country and Dalliance, Nestroy’s On the Razzle, Václav Havel’s Largo Desolato, Rough Crossing (based on Ferenc Molnár’s Play in the Castle) and Gérald Sibleyras’ Heroes. He has written screenplays for Despair, The Romantic Englishwoman, The Human Factor, Brazil (co-author), Empire of the Sun, The Russia House, Billy Bathgate, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (which he also directed and which won the Prix d’Or for Best Film at the 1990 Venice Film Festival), Shakespeare in Love (Golden Globe Award and Academy Award, with co-author Marc Norman) and Enigma.

Adrian Noble (2013 Shakespeare Festival Artistic Director; Director, The Merchant of Venice and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead) has served as Artistic Director of The Old Globe Shakespeare Festival since 2010, where his productions have included As You Like It, Inherit the Wind, The Tempest, Amadeus, King Lear and The Madness of George III. Noble was educated at Chichester High School and the University of Bristol. His professional training began at the Drama Centre London, and he moved from there into community theater and young people’s theater at the Trinity Arts Centre, Birmingham. His most recent work in theater includes The King’s Speech (on tour and West End) and The Tempest (Theatre Royal, Bath). He was Artistic Director and Chief Executive of the Royal Shakespeare Company between 1991 and 2003. His productions there include A Doll’s House, A New Way to Pay Old Debts, The Comedy of Errors, Measure for Measure, King Lear, Antony and Cleopatra, Henry V, Desert Air, As You Like It, Kiss Me, Kate, The Art of Success, The Plantagenets, Henry IV, Parts I and II, The Thebans, The Winter’s Tale, Hamlet, Travesties, Macbeth, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (also on Broadway), Romeo and Juliet, The Cherry Orchard, Cymbeline, Twelfth Night, The Tempest, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, The Family Reunion and The Secret Garden. His other work in theater includes The Duchess of Malfi and Dr. Faustus (Royal Exchange Theatre), Hamlet (Stratford Festival), Kean (Noël Coward Theatre), The Art of Success (Manhattan Theatre Club), Three Sisters (Gate Theatre and Royal Court Theatre), Summer and Smoke, A Woman of No Importance and Brand (West End), The Home Place (Gate Theatre and West End) and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (London Palladium and Broadway). Noble’s opera credits include Don Giovanni (Kent Opera), The Faerie Queen and Il Ritorno d’Ulisse (Festival d’Aix-en-Provence), The Magic Flute (Glyndebourne), Mozart/Da Ponte Trilogy (Opéra de Lyon), Carmen (Opéra Comique), Macbeth (Metropolitan Opera), Alcina (Vienna Staatsoper), Serse (Theater an der Wien) and Simon Boccanegra (Rome Opera). He directed the 1996 version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and is the author of the book How to Do Shakespeare.

Ian Talbot (Director, A Midsummer Night’s Dream) was Artistic and Managing Director of the Open Air Theatre in Regent’s Park, London from 1987 to 2007. His directing credits at this theater were Babes in Arms, The Fantasticks, Lady, Be Good, The Card, Kiss Me, Kate, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Oh, What a Lovely War, High Society and H.M.S. Pinafore (all nominated for Olivier Awards), The Pirates of Penzance (Olivier nomination for Best Director), Much Ado About Nothing, Androcles and the Lion, Look Here Old Son, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Twelfth Night, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, A Connecticut Yankee, The Comedy of Errors, Paint Your Wagon, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, The Music Man, Where’s Charley?, Camelot and The Boy Friend. His other directing credits include The Secret Garden (Watermill Theatre, Newbury), Yeoman of the Guard (Savoy Theatre), Peter Pan (Royal Festival Hall), High Society (Shaftesbury Theatre), The Pirates of Penzance (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Anything Goes (National Tour), Kiss Me, Kate (Brisbane Festival), Doctor in the House (National Tour), Noises Off (Birmingham Repertory Theatre), Lend Me a Tenor the Musical (Gielgud Theatre), The Invisible Man and Charley’s Aunt (Menier Chocolate Factory), Third Finger Left Hand (Trafalgar Studios) and Love Letters (Dubai Festival). He has also directed many pantomimes with stars such as Henry Winkler, Pamela Anderson, David Hasselhoff and Priscilla Presley. Talbot also has many acting credits in television and the theater including the Royal Shakespeare Company and the West End. In 2007 he was awarded the Order of the British Empire for his services to the Open Air Theatre.

Associated events taking place during the run of the 2013 Shakespeare Festival include:

INSIGHTS SEMINARS:
A Midsummer Night’s Dream June 17 (Reception, 6:30 p.m. Seminar, 7:00 p.m.)
The Merchant of Venice July 1 (Seminar, 7:00 p.m.)
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead July 1 (Seminar, 7:00 p.m.)
Shakespeare Festival Insights Seminars are a series of informal presentations featuring a panel selected from the Festival’s artistic company. The seminars take place on Monday nights. Admission is FREE and reservations are not required.

POST-SHOW FORUMS:
A Midsummer Night’s Dream July 3 & 16 and Aug. 20

The Merchant of Venice July 9 and Sept. 4 & 10
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead Aug. 21 and Sept. 3 & 24
Discuss the play with members of the Shakespeare Festival repertory company at post-show discussions led by the Globe’s creative staff after the performance. FREE.

SHAKESPEARE IN THE GARDEN:
A Midsummer Night’s Dream July 11 & 16, Aug. 16 and Sept. 1

The Merchant of Venice July 25, Aug. 6 & 17 and Sept. 4
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead July 26, Aug. 4 & 21 and Sept. 3
Shakespeare in the Garden is a series of informal presentations of ideas and insights to enhance the theatergoing experience. The seminars feature members of the Shakespeare Festival creative team and take place in the Craig Noel Garden. Presentations begin at 7:00 p.m. (except for Sept. 3 and 4, which begin at 6:00 p.m.). Admission is FREE and reservations are not required.

OUT AT THE GLOBE:
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead  Sept. 26 at 6:30 p.m.
An evening for gay and lesbian theater lovers and the whole LGBT community, OUT at the Globe includes a hosted wine and martini bar, appetizers and door prizes. Everyone is welcome. $20 per person. RSVP at (619) 23-GLOBE. (Tickets to Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead are sold separately.)

In addition to the Shakespeare Festival, the Globe’s 2013 Summer Season features N. Richard Nash’s classic romantic comedy The Rainmaker, directed by Maria Mileaf, July 13 – Aug. 11 and Double Indemnity by James M. Cain, adapted for the stage by David Pichette and R. Hamilton Wright, directed by John Gould Rubin, July 27 – Aug. 25. The Rainmaker will run on the Donald and Darlene Shiley Stage in the Old Globe Theatre, and Double Indemnity will run in the Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre, both part of The Old Globe’s Conrad Prebys Theatre Center.

The 2013 Shakespeare Festival is supported, in part, by Festival Season Sponsor Qualcomm Foundation as well as Season Sponsors John A. Berol, Karen and Donald Cohn, Kathryn Hattox, Joan and Irwin Jacobs and Rhona and Rick Thompson and Production Sponsors Ann Davies, Barbara Kjos, Jeanette Stevens, Gillian and Tony Thornley and Union Bank. Additional support is provided by City National Bank.

SEASON SUBSCRIPTIONS offer substantial savings with special subscriber benefits. Subscriptions can be purchased online at www.TheOldGlobe.org, by phone at (619) 23-GLOBE [234-5623] or by visiting the Box Office at 1363 Old Globe Way in Balboa Park. Subscriptions to the Globe’s Summer Season range from $66 to $422. Five-play packages range from $112 to $422. Shakespeare Festival packages (3 plays) range from $66 to $270. Discounts are available for full-time students, patrons 29 years of age and younger, seniors and groups of 10 or more.

LOCATION: The Old Globe is located in San Diego’s Balboa Park at 1363 Old Globe Way. There are several free parking lots available throughout the park. Valet parking is also available ($10). For additional parking information visit www.BalboaPark.org.

CALENDAR: Other Desert Cities (4/27-6/2), Be a Good Little Widow (5/11-6/9), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (6/2-9/29), The Merchant of Venice (6/9-9/28), Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (6/16-9/26), The Rainmaker (7/13-8/11), Double Indemnity (7/27-8/25).

PHOTO EDITORS: Digital images of The Old Globe’s productions are available at www.TheOldGlobe.org/pressroom.

The Tony Award-winning Old Globe is one of the country’s leading professional regional theaters and has stood as San Diego’s flagship arts institution for over 75 years. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Barry Edelstein and Managing Director Michael G. Murphy, The Old Globe produces a year-round season of 15 productions of classic, contemporary and new works on its three Balboa Park stages: the Donald and Darlene Shiley Stage in the 600-seat Old Globe Theatre and the 250-seat Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre, both part of The Old Globe’s Conrad Prebys Theatre Center, and the 605-seat outdoor Lowell Davies Festival Theatre, home of its internationally renowned Shakespeare Festival. More than 250,000 people attend Globe productions annually and participate in the theater’s education and community programs. The Globe brings world-class theater to its community through innovative initiatives designed to overcome barriers to arts attendance. Numerous world premieres such as Into the Woods, The Full Monty, Nobody Loves You and the annual holiday musical, Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas!, have been developed at The Old Globe and have gone on to enjoy highly successful runs on Broadway and at regional theaters across the country.

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View the 2013 Shakespeare Festival PDF for artist biographies, acting company grid,
show descriptions and 3 Plays/3 Days schedules.


PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

PREVIEWS:
6/2 SUN 8pm
6/20 THU 8pm
6/21 FRI 8pm
6/22 SAT 8pm
OPENING NIGHT: 6/23 SUN 8pm
REGULAR PERFORMANCES:
7/3 WED 8pm (Post-Show Forum)
7/7 SUN 8pm
7/11 THU 8pm (Shakespeare in the Garden)
7/16 TUE 8pm (Shakespeare in the Garden, Post-Show Forum)
7/19 FRI 8pm
7/20 SAT 8pm
7/24 WED 8pm
7/28 SUN 8pm
7/30 TUE 8pm
8/1 THU 8pm
8/3 SAT 8pm
8/7 WED 8pm
8/10 SAT 8pm
8/16 FRI 8pm (Shakespeare in the Garden)
8/18 SUN 8pm
8/20 TUE 8pm (Post-Show Forum)
8/22 THU 8pm
8/24 SAT 8pm
8/28 WED 8pm
8/30 FRI 8pm
9/1 SUN 8pm (Shakespeare in the Garden)
9/5 THU 8pm
9/11 WED 7pm
9/14 SAT 8pm
9/17 TUE 7pm
9/20 FRI 8pm
9/25 WED 7pm
9/27 FRI 8pm
9/29 SUN 7pm


THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

PREVIEWS:
6/9 SUN 8:00
6/25 TUE 8:00
6/26 WED 8:00
6/27 THU 8:00
OPENING NIGHT: 6/28 FRI 8:00
REGULAR PERFORMANCES:
7/6 SAT 8pm
7/9 TUE 8pm (Post-Show Forum)
7/12 FRI 8pm
7/17 WED 8pm
7/21 SUN 8pm
7/25 THU 8pm (Shakespeare in the Garden)
8/2 FRI 8pm
8/6 TUE 8pm (Shakespeare in the Garden)
8/11 SUN 8pm
8/14 WED 8pm
8/17 SAT 8pm (Shakespeare in the Garden)
8/27 TUE 8pm
8/29 THU 8pm
9/4 WED 7pm (Shakespeare in the Garden, Post-Show Forum)
9/7 SAT 8pm
9/10 TUE 7pm (Post-Show Forum)
9/13 FRI 8pm
9/15 SUN 7pm
9/19 THU 8pm
9/22 SUN 7pm
9/28 SAT 8pm


ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD

PREVIEWS:
6/16 SUN 8:00
6/29 SAT 8:00
6/30 SUN 8:00
7/1 MON 8:00 (Insights Seminar)
OPENING NIGHT: 7/2 TUE 8:00
REGULAR PERFORMANCES:
7/5 FRI 8pm
7/10 WED 8pm
7/13 SAT 8pm
7/15 MON 8pm
7/18 THU 8pm
7/23 TUE 8pm
7/26 FRI 8pm (Shakespeare in the Garden)
7/27 SAT 8pm
7/31 WED 8pm
8/4 SUN 8pm (Shakespeare in the Garden)
8/8 THU 8pm
8/9 FRI 8pm
8/13 TUE 8pm
8/15 THU 8pm
8/21 WED 8pm (Shakespeare in the Garden, Post-Show Forum)
8/23 FRI 8pm
8/25 SUN 8pm
8/31 SAT 8pm
9/3 TUE 7pm (Shakespeare in the Garden, Post-Show Forum)
9/6 FRI 8pm
9/8 SUN 7pm
9/12 THU 8pm
9/18 WED 7pm
9/24 TUE 7pm (Post-Show Forum)
9/26 THU 8pm (OUT at the Globe)


View the 2013 Shakespeare Festival PDF for artist biographies, acting company grid,
show descriptions and 3 Plays/3 Days schedules.


PRESS CONTACTS:
Jeffrey Weiser (619) 238-0043 x2352 jweiser@TheOldGlobe.org
Mike Hausberg (619) 238-0043 x2355 mhausberg@TheOldGlobe.org