Who's Who in The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged):

Director: Ron Popp
Stage Manager: Bradley Baker
Hike Leader: Wesley WhitakerSet design: Matthew Powell
Brian Gale
Tommy Lukrich
Matt Lunt

Bradley BakerBradley Baker (Stage Manager) is excited to be stage managing again after a long hiatus. He stage managed in New York to learn from directors and has been directing primarily in Chicago. Past directing favorites with Theatre-Hikes include Enchanted April, The Hound of the Baskervilles, and The Hobbit. He has had such a blast working on this show with a brilliant director at the helm and 3 amazingly talented actors. He is also thankful for the eternal love and support from MNP.

Brian GaleBrian Gale is pleased to be working with Theatre-Hikes.  He was last seen in Iron Mask at Theatre-Hikes as Tytus, Bartholomew and a guard. He cannot disclose any information about his past as he is in the witness protection program.  

TommyTommy Lukrich decided, after literally hiking across America from Seattle to New York City, it only made sense for Tommy’s first and second roles in Chicago to be with Theatre-Hikes. Tommy graduated from the University of Idaho with a BFA in theatre performance. He is thankful and honored to be in Iron Mask and The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) [revised]. He’s looking forward to more hiking and more theatre with a talented team of artists.

MattMatt Lunt is psyched to have you all here for "Complete Works". A proud graduate of Loyola's theatre program, Matthew has been working across town in film, stage, and voiceover. Highlights include "Bat Hamlet" at the Cornservatory, "Midwinter Night's Tale´┐Ż with Duplicity Ensemble, and Babu in the independent film "Broken City". He hopes you enjoy the show as much as he enjoyed creating it. Please check out his website at matthewlunt.com!

RonRon Popp (Director) is happy to be back directing for Theatre-Hikes. He has directed various shows throughout Chicago such as Alice in Wonderland (Theatre-Hikes), Epic Proportions (Project 891 Theatre Company) and the midwestern premiere of Dog Sees God (Rubicon Theatre). Ron is an actor as well and has worked with Circle Theatre, Bailiwick Theatre, Project 891 Theatre Company and just finished a season at Canterbury Summer Theatre. He hopes you enjoy this madcap journey through the Bard.

MatthewMatt Powell (Set/Props/Costumes) is pleased to be back for another year on the trails.