A gallery of images from Folger Theatre's production of The Merry Wives of Windsor.
Written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Aaron Posner
Scenic Design by Tony Cisek
Costume Design by Devon Painter
Lighting Design by Max Doolittle
Origial Music & Sound Design by Matthew Nielson
Photos by Cameron Whitman Photography
On stage January 14 - March 1, 2020
Falstaff (Brian Mani) asks Pistol (Danielle Gallo) to deliver his two identical love letters to a couple of merry wives in the town of Windsor.
A suspicious Dr. Caius (Cody Nickell) demands answers from Mistress Quickly (Kate Eastwood Norris) after capturing Simple (Derrick Truby, left) red-handed in the closet.
Falstaff (Brian Mani, right) reports back to a disguised Mr. Ford (Eric Hissom) on the affairs of Mrs. Ford in Folger Theatre’s 1970s-infused The Merry Wives of Windsor.
Mrs. Page (Regina Aquino, left) and Mrs. Ford (Ami Brabson), Windsor’s merry wives, having fun retaliating against a conniving Falstaff (Brian Mani).
Slender (Brian Reisman, left) and Justice Shallow (Tommy A. Gomez) try to understand Windsor's local glergyman, the Welsh-accented Sir John Hughes (Todd Scofield).