by Ken Ludwig


Ivy Tech Waldron Auditorium


Set Designer
Costume Designer
Lighting Designer
Sound Designer
Props Designer
Master Carpenter
Production Manager
Stage Manager
Randy White
Kevin Nelson
Johnna Sewell
Michael Jackson
Mike Price
Sarah Sandberg
Steve Wilson
Marc Tschida
Phil Christiansen
Sherlock Holmes
John Watson
Actress 1
Actor 1
Actor 2
Timothy W. Hull
Andrew Mueller
Constance Macy
Doogin Brown
Mike Price
 Tim Hull
Timothy W. Hull (Sherlock Holmes), is a Chicago-based actor thrilled to be making his Cardinal Stage debut as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s iconic sleuth.  Most recently, he performed in Andrew Hinderaker’s Austin, TX for The Gift Theatre. He has performed on the stages of Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, The Goodman Theatre, Lookingglass Theater Company, Writer’s Theatre, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, Capital Repertory Theatre and the New York International Fringe Festival.  He has also appeared on NBC’s Chicago Fire and the film Virgin Alexander. He is a proud Equity member and has earned his MFA.


Andrew MullerAndrew Mueller (Dr. John Watson), makes his Cardinal Stage debut. Chicago credits include: Mark Cohen in RENT (Paramount); Huck Finn in Big River (Bohemian Theatre Ensemble – Jeff Award); Charley Kringas, extension, Merrily We Roll Along (Music Theatre Company); As You Like It (Chicago Shakespeare); Wonderland: Alice’s Rock & Roll Adventure (Chicago Children’s Theatre); Man of La ManchaFor the Boys (Marriott). Off-Broadway: Prentiss in Peter and the Starcatcher. Regional: My Paris (Long Wharf, New Haven, CT), Some Lovers (Old Globe, San Diego, CA), The Blue-Sky Boys (Capital Rep, Albany, NY). Proud member, Actors’ Equity.


Macy,-ConstanceConstance Macy (Actress One), is always happy to be back in Bloomington where she studied Theatre & Drama in the prior century. Her work at Cardinal Stage includes Nurse Ratched in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Barbara Weston in August: Osage County, Jean-Louise (narrator) in To Kill a Mockingbird, Mrs. Van Dann in The Diary of Anne Frank and Gingy in Love, Loss & What I Wore.  Constance has been a regular performer at the Indiana Repertory Theatre for more than 25 years and can be seen there in A Christmas Carol (this is her ninth turn in that production) and Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner later this season.  Constance was a founding member of ShadowApe Theatre Company in Indianapolis and performed with them for a dozen years. Other companies include Heartland Actors Repertory Theatre, Geva Theatre (Rochester, NY), Playmakers Rep (Chapel Hill, NC), Pioneer Theatre Company (Salt Lake City, UT), Syracuse Stage, Kansas City Rep and the Phoenix Theatre. She has appeared onstage with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and is a frequent reader at the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library. A teacher at the IRT Summer Conservatory for Youth, she has also taught acting at Butler University, and her own teachers have included David Hyde Pierce and Olympia Dukakis. Ms. Macy is a two-time Arts Council of Indianapolis Creative Renewal Fellow and a Lunt-Fontanne National Fellow.


Doogin BrownDoogin Brown (Actor One), is grateful to be working at Cardinal Stage for the first time. A Kansas City native, he currently lives in Chicago with his fantastic girlfriend Jinni. Chicago credits include Steep Theatre, Bluebird Arts and Commission theatre company. Kansas City Credits: Kansas City Rep, Unicorn Theatre, Heart of America Shakespeare Festival, Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre and The Coterie Theatre. Doogin is a graduate of the school at Steppenwolf.



Price, Mike
Mike Price (Actor Two), has acted in Cardinal Stage productions including One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Of Mice and Men, Hairspray, 1776, Brighton Beach Memoirs, Hairspray, The 39 Steps, Les Miserables, Charlotte’s Web, The Lonesome West, My Fair Lady, August: Osage County, Underneath the Lintel, and A Year with Frog and Toad. Mike has an MA in instructional systems technology and has worked as an instructional video producer/director and instructional consultant. He is the associate artistic director at Cardinal Stage Company and assists with fight choreography and movement, as well as media, web, and production technical issues.