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“I wasted time, and now time doth waste me.”

By William Shakespeare
Directed by Gina Lamparella


More philosopher than king, King Richard is an intelligent but ineffectual monarch. Convinced of his divine right to rule, he leads recklessly which gives the cunning Henry Bolingbroke an opening to challenge his claim to the throne. Filled with magnificent verse and Shakespeare’s singular wisdom and insight, King Richard II is a deeply moving and illuminating portrait of how the forces of history collide to set in motion a dynastic civil war that lasts 100 years. See this first chapter in Shakespeare’s epic cycle of the wars that shaped a nation’s political landscape. In coming seasons, look forward to the next two chapters: Henry IV, Parts I and II. Ages 10+




  • Prologues: Join us for insights into the play in an informal setting. Free. Held in the theatre 45 minutes prior to curtain.
  • Opening Night, Saturday, July 21: Join the PSF actors and staff for a friendly post-show champagne toast.
  • Meet the actors for an informal talk-back after the show: Thursday, July 26.
  • Savoring Shakespeare - specialty dining themed to the play with behind-the-scenes insights: Sunday, July 22, 5:00pm (in combination with Shakespeare In Love).
  • King Richard II and Shakespeare In Love will play in repertory with the same cast. Please order early for the best seating options.


The Philadelphia Inquirer


“Christian Coulson, creates a memorable, ill-fated king...he wins your sympathy with his bravery and freedom from bombast in accepting fate. The weaker his grip on power, the more soaring his poetry.”

“Justin Adams plays Bolingbroke perfectly.”

PSF Patrons


“Very powerful.”


The Reading Eagle

“Pennsylvania Shakespeare Fest raises bar with King Richard II.”


“A grand and memorable performance by Christian Coulson.”

“Stunning...breathtaking insight and bold imagination.”

“A magnificent Justin Adams.”

“A dazzling piece of writing.”

“Bolingbroke is ruthless but also understands the value of ethics, eliminating only those whose actions warrant it. And Adams toes that fine line with such alacrity, fearlessness and empathy that it amazes.”

“Astonishing performances, without a doubt among the best I've seen in 27 years of covering the festival.”

“This is what a company of actors should be, some playing multiple roles and others digging deeply into their souls to mine the truth of the subject.”

“Astounding lighting concepts.”

“Marvelously clever scenic design.”

“Sumptuous and astute costumes.”

“The definitive production of King Richard II. It is quite simply a masterpiece.”

Lehigh Valley Press

“Coulson brings Richard’s vulnerability at the core.”

“Adams plays the role (Bolingbroke) with a forceful enthusiasm. His presence is electrifying.”

“Absolutely enthralling, and perhaps the finest Shakespeare play ever presented at the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival. Indeed, PSF crowns a new King.”

“King Richard II is in repertoire with Shakespeare in Love. Each is a must-see. Perhaps even more than once. A twice-see.

The Morning Call

“Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival’s King Richard II is a stunning piece of theater.”

“Director Gina Lamparella’s brilliant vision is mesmerizing from the moment the play opens.”


“Coulson, is amazing as Richard.”

“The wonderful Justin Adams is powerful as a sober and grimly determined Henry Bolingbroke. Adams’ Henry is a forward-moving force—unrelenting, but not without honor.”

“As the proud and indignant John of Gaunt, Christopher Coucill is compelling.”

“Mairin Lee is memorable as Richard’s rejected and isolated queen.”

“Outstanding performances.”

“Amazing and effective lighting design.”

“Cleverly designed.”

“Costumes are wonderful.”


Casting announced for Shakespeare in Love and King Richard II at Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival

Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival announces the principal actors cast in its productions of Shakespeare in Love and King Richard II, which will play in repertory July 11 through August 5 on the Main Stage at the Labuda Center for the Performing Arts on the campus of DeSales University.

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Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival Announces Christian Coulson as King Richard II

Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival announces that Christian Coulson, a featured actor in the Harry Potter film series, will play the title role in William Shakespeare’s epic King Richard II

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Dueling Knights for the Heart of Fair England... and the Audience

In “The Knight’s Tale,” one of Chaucer’s stories in The Canterbury Tales, two knights fight to restore the social disorder they see around them. The story swells into an epic battle over the beautiful Lady Emelye. Palamon prays to the goddess Venus that he will triumph only by winning Emelye’s love. Arcite prays to the god of war, Mars, for victory. Meanwhile, Lady Emelye prays to the goddess Diana, wishing the winning knight will be the one who loves her the most.

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New York: Don Juan (title role), The Pearl Theatre; The Little Shubert, The Acting Company, Drama League’s DirectorFest, HERE Studios, 13th Street Rep, Storm Theatre. Regional: Nicholas Nickleby, (title role), PlayMakers Rep; Amadeus (title role), Northern Stage; Hamlet (title role), PSF; Westport Country Playhouse, Cincinnati Playhouse, Alliance Theatre, Denver Center, Folger Theatre, Portland Stage, Clarence Brown Theatre, Florida Studio Theatre, Alabama and Texas Shakespeare Festivals; Film/TV: Elementary, The Affair, Unforgettable, Blue Bloods, The Cask, Independence: Beyond What She Expects, Radio Cape Cod. Training: The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.



Duchess of York

Broadway/Off-Broadway: The Little Foxes (MTC), A Streetcar Named Desire (Studio 54), Macbeth (Music Box), The Vagina Monologues (National Tour/League of Broadway Theatre/Best Actress nomination), Our Lady of Kibeho (Signature Theatre);  Other: Old Globe, Arena Stage, Guthrie Theater, Yale Rep, ART, Shakespeare & Co., Folger Theatre, Abbey Theatre in Ireland; Film/TV: Half Nelson, Delivery Man, A Perfect Murder, United 93, Law & Order, Person of Interest, Nurse Jackie, Madame Secretary, and The Affair. Ms. Benford is thrilled to be making her PSF debut. Love to my family & Bill. @LavaEnt 



John of Gaunt/Gardner

PSF: Man of La Mancha, King Lear, 1776, Hamlet, Sweeney Todd; Broadway: The Graduate, Kiss Me Kate, Annie Get Your Gun; Philadelphia: Body Awareness (The Wilma), Crazy for You (The Forrest), Annie Get Your Gun (The Prince), Silverhill (InterAct); Regional: McCarter, Arena Stage, Hartford Stage, Shakespeare & Company, The Huntington, Boston Shakespeare Company, Dallas Theatre Center, and many others; TV: Deadline, Law & Order, One Life to Live, O Pioneers!, Margaret Mead: An Observer Observed. Thanks to Liz, Patrick and Gina.



King Richard

Theater: Constellations (The Old Globe), The Changeling (Red Bull Theatre), Everything You Touch (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater), Hedda Gabler (Palimpsest, London), A Picture of Autumn (Mint Theater), Travesties (McCarter), Dutch Masters (Berkshire Theatre Festival), Rumble Ghost (PS122), Ghosts (London’s Gate Theatre), Festen (UK national tour), Journey’s End (West End), Romeo and Juliet (Liverpool Playhouse). Film: Bite Me, Peter & John, Love is Strange, Those Who Wander, The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby, Gayby, Leaving Circadia, I am Nasrine, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, The Hours, Four Feathers. TV: Nashville, Mozart in the Jungle, Eye Candy, Nurse Jackie, The Good Wife, Gossip Girl, Miss Marple, Charles II, Little Britain, Hornblower, Forsyte Saga, Love in a Cold Climate.




has performed at PSF in Troilus and Cressida, Pride and Prejudice, and Hamlet. Broadway: The Heiress; Off-Broadway: The Actors Company Theatre, Ars Nova, Wheelhouse Theatre, NY Classical; Regional: American Conservatory Theater, McCarter, Two River, Wilma, Premiere Stages, and California Shakespeare Theater, among others; TV: Madam SecretaryThe Good Wife, Elementary; Film: Marcy, Ascension, Zero Issue, and Mortem Di Virgo. MFA from A.C.T. This fall she is co-producing Romeo and Juliet in her hometown of Oakland, CA.




a DeSales graduate, CPM’s work with PSF since 1992 includes Loves Labours Lost, Julius Caesar, Pericles, Charleys Aunt, Hamlet, The Mystery of Irma Vep, The Glass Menagerie, Twelfth Night, Dracula..., and 20 other productions; Other credits include West Side Story (1st National Tour); The Runner Stumbles (Off-Broadway); Cabaret, Metamorphoses, Macbeth, A Little Night Music, Candide, and Assassins (Arden Theatre). He is a member of Retro Productions (NYC) and a People’s Light veteran of over 30 productions since 1989.TV: Law & Order.




Off-Broadway: Exit Strategy (Primary Stages); Regional: Welcome to Fear City (KC Rep), Troilus and Cressida, The Taming of the Shrew (PSF), A Midsummer Night’s Dream,Metamorphoses,Peter PanCharlotte’s Web (Arden Theatre), The City of Conversation (Delaware Theater), Dutch Masters (Azuka Theatre),Comedy of Errors, Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare LIVE! - The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey), Fair Maid of the West (Philadelphia Artists’ Collective); Education: BFA University of the Arts.



Mowbray, Salisbury

was last seen at PSF in Troilus And Cressida (Hector) and The Two Gentlemen Of Verona (Valentine). A PA native and current Chicago resident, some credits include: The Book of Will (Northlight Theatre); Shakespeare in Love, Othello, The Tempest (Chicago Shakespeare); Buena Vista (Steppenwolf); The Cherry Orchard, Nathan The Wise (People’s Light); Three Sisters, Cyrano (Arden); Angels In America Parts I & II, In The Next Room Or The Vibrator Play (Wilma); An Ideal Husband (Walnut Street Theatre); Seminar (Philadelphia Theatre Co.); The Lonesome West, Hothouse (Lantern); and The Mystery of Irma Vep (Act II Playhouse). Other regional: The Way of the World (Folger Theatre); Zombie: The American (Woolly Mammoth); Sex With Strangers (Signature Theatre, DC); Three Musketeers, Much Ado About Nothing (Utah Shakespeare Fest.);and A Christmas Carol (Milwaukee Rep).




is a Professor with the theatre faculty at DeSales University, where he directed the recent production of his own “transladaptation” of Sophokles’ Elektra. A regular with PSF, Turney came to do Argan in The Imaginary Invalid and stayed on to play myriad old men, most recently Exeter in Henry V. Turney has appeared with the Great Lakes Theatre Festival, Actors’ Summit, Cleveland Play House, Actors Theatre of Louisville and many others. He won an Emmy for his work on NBC’s Hickory Hideout and piloted EC-135’s in the USAF. His wife is the Rev. Harper Turney; they have three beautiful grandchildren, pictures available.



Duchess of Gloucester/Carlisle

is thrilled to be back for her 4th season at PSF. She has been seen here most notably in Romeo and Juliet, HamletPride and Prejudice,Much Ado About Nothing, and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Recent credits include the musicals: The Producers and the world premiere of Lights OutNat King Cole. Jo was on Broadway in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and can be seen most recently on TV in The Affair, Seven SecondsHouse of Cards and the pigeon lady in The Amazing Kimmy Schmidt.


Ross, Abbot, Exton

Favorite roles: John Adams, 1776, Dr. Carrasco, Man of La Mancha; Henry Higgins, My Fair Lady; Zach, A Chorus Line. Theaters: Orlando, Hampton, Georgia, and Milwaukee Shakespeare Companies, Arkansas Rep, Ensemble Studio Theater, Irish Rep, Asolo Rep, Pioneer, American Stage, The Muny and Disney World. Shakespeare: Macbeth, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Henry V, Henry VIII, Romeo & Juliet, Richard III, King John, Hamlet, King Lear, Pericles, Othello, Winter’s Tale, Tempest, Much Ado About Nothing and Titus Andronicus. Film/TV: PS, I Love You; Law & Order CI; Delocated; Onion Sports Network; Art=(Love)²; and a pilot, Powerless, for FX. MFA from the Academy for Classical Acting.




is a rising second-year MFA candidate at Yale School of Drama, where his credits include The Last Days of Judas Iscariot. Other credits: Mud (Yale Cabaret), Angel Food Cake (Strange Sun Theatre), One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Gallery Players), and Macbeth (PSF). Brandon’s voice can be heard as part of The Green Book Project and Middle Passage Exhibit at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC. He holds a BA in Education and Japanese from Coe College.



u/s Queen

is excited to make her debut at PSF. She is extremely thankful for the opportunity and for her family’s loving support.



Captain, Attendant, u/s Queen

is a member of the DeSales University Class of 2018 and is excited to be making her PSF debut! Memorable Act 1 roles include Sally Smith in Me and My Girl, and Princess Winnifred in Once Upon A Mattress. She thanks Stephen Casey for being such an amazing mentor and friend, her parents and brothers for all their amazing love and support, and Johnny for putting up with her. Enjoy the show! 



Bushy, Groom

is elated to return to PSF after 4 seasons in the Young Company. PSF: MacBeth, Henry V, The Taming of the Shrew, As You Like It, The Three Musketeers, Les Misérables and West Side Story, and several PSF children’s shows; Other: Over the Tavern at the Montgomery Theater. He thanks his family, both in blood and bond who never cease loving fiercely. DeSales University class of 2017, P.D., J.B., T.Q., W.T., S.H., the Apothecary, YOU and his little brother, Kellan, who he finally gets to share the stage with.



Marshall, Scroop

after graduating from DeSales University this year is very grateful to be back at PSF for his 4th summer. He has been a part of PSF’s Troilus and Cressida, Evita, Julius Caesar, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Pericles, and Les Misérables.



Harry Percy

is a Graduate of the Musical Theater Program at DeSales University. PSF credits include: Evita, The Three Musketeers, and As You Like It; Act 1 credits: Into the Woods, Godspell, Young Frankenstein, Peter and the Starcatcher, and The Crucible. Andrew would like to thank his family and friends for their constant support.



Queen’s Attendant

a recent grad of DeSales University, is excited to be returning to PSF. PSF credits include Les Misérables; while her recent Act 1 productions include Into the Woods as the Baker’s Wife and Murder on the Nile as Jaqueline de Severac. Special thanks to her Labuda family for continuous guidance, support, and love over the years.




is a sophomore theatre major at DeSales University, is excited to be joining PSF for his 2nd year! Previous PSF credits include Evita as well as ACT 1 productions as the Narrator (Into the Woods), Dick Dudgeon (The Devil’s Disciple), Simon Mostyn (Murder on the Nile), and Clay-boy Spencer (The Homecoming).




2nd summer at PSF! PSF: Troilus & Cressida;National Tour: Once, Ivy + Bean; Off-Broadway: Folk Wandering, Clown Bar (NY Times Critics’ Pick, NYIT Award nominee), Byuioo; Regional: Hudson Valley Shakespeare, and Nebraska Shakespeare; Film: Lifetime’s Little Women. Pipeline Theatre Company ensemble member. Creighton University. Thanks to Mom and Dad for everything important.




a musical theater major going into his sophomore year at DeSales University, is excited to make his debut on the PSF stage. Previous ACT 1 roles include the Steward in Murder on the Nile, a townsperson in The Devils Disciple, and a soloist in an ACT 2 production of The Beautiful We.

Artistic Team

Partrick Mulcahy


Producing Artistic Director

Since assuming leadership in 2003, Mulcahy has led PSF’s surge in artistic excellence, financial stability, and national recognition. Accomplishments include first-ever grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, attracting a multitude of award-winning artists including winners and nominees of the Tony, Obie, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, Barrymore, and Emmy awards, a 75% increase in annual attendance, a successful campaign to double the Festival’s endowment, and the expansion of the number of Actors’ Equity contracts per season. He led the strategic planning process that led to PSF’s Vision 2030, a commitment to world-class professional theatre, and coverage in The New York Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and The Washington Post. As a professional director, actor, and fight director, credits include Broadway, Off-Broadway, regional theatre, television and radio. Mr. Mulcahy has acted with many industry luminaries including Don Cheadle, Angela Bassett, Cynthia Nixon, and Tony Shaloub at the New York Shakespeare Festival, The Roundabout Theatre, Hartford Stage, Great Lakes Theatre Festival, and the Walnut Street Theatre.  He served as fight director for A Few Good Men on Broadway, and multiple Off-Broadway productions starring Marcia Gay Harden, John Mahoney, Patrick Dempsey, and John Savage.  He directed Oscar nominee Vera Farmiga in The Real Thing, and, for PSF, directed The Winter’s Tale, Henry IV, Part 1, The Tempest, Antony and Cleopatra, Hamlet, Macbeth and Julius Caesar. Also Head of Acting at DeSales, Patrick holds degrees in acting and directing from Syracuse University.

Dennis Razze


Associate Artistic Director

Last summer Mr. Razze directed PSF’s sold-out production of Evita starring Broadway luminaries Dee Roscioli, Paulo Szot, and Dan Domenech, along with West Side Story in 2016 and the Festival’s memorable Les Misérables in 2015. In 2017 he received the prestigious Allentown Arts Ovation Award for Performing Arts. Mr. Razze would like to thank Patrick Mulcahy for his support and allowing him to direct this amazing musical, Ragtime!



Managing Director

has worked at PSF for 20 seasons. Over the years he was the assistant house manager, box office manager, company manager, assistant producer, and director of development. Since 2004, in his role as general manager and later managing director, he has served as the administrative leader of the Festival working very closely with the box office, business, development, marketing and production departments. During this time, PSF subscriptions have more than doubled, income from the annual Luminosity Gala fundraiser has more than quadrupled, and the summer seasonal staff has grown to over 200. Casey has also been treasurer for the Shakespeare Theatre Association, director of audience services for The People’s Light & Theatre Company, a board member for Civic Theatre of Allentown, a peer panelist for the New Jersey Council on the Arts and a judge for the Greater Philadelphia Barrymore Awards for excellence in theatre. Casey is a member of the PSF Board of Directors and also serves on the board of Arts Academy Elementary Charter School.  Casey dedicates this season to Mark LaMura (1948-2017) who played multiple lead roles at PSF in its earlier seasons. “Ill met by moonlight, proud Titania.” Mark was a great actor and a loyal friend to both the Festival and all the people he worked with. “Good night, sweet prince, and flights of angels sing thee to thy rest.”   




is excited to return to PSF. PSF credits: Beauty and the Beast; the Linny Fowler WillPower Tours of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth, Much Ado About Nothing, and Hamlet; and associate director of The Taming of the Shrew. Gina’s acting work includes the Broadway productions of The Phantom of the Opera, A Little Night Music, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Fiddler on the Roof, Gypsy, Imaginary Friends, Jane Eyre, and Les Misérables; For PSF: Thaisa in Pericles and Miranda in The Tempest.



Scenic Designer

Recent projects include: Penn and Teller on Broadway; Queens for a Year, for Hartford Stage; Jelly’s Last Jam for Signature Theatre; The Tempest for American Repertory Theater, Chicago Shakespeare, and South Coast Repertory theatres; Vanya, Sonia, Masha and Spike for Arena Stage; American Song, for Milwaukee Rep; The Games Afoot for the Cleveland Playhouse; Company, Hairspray, Chess, and Sunset Boulevard for The Signature Theatre; Sabrina Fair for Ford’s Theatre and Merry Wives of Windsor for The Shakespeare Theatre. Nominated for Washington, D.C’s Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Set Design thirteen times, he received the award in 2000, 2009, 2015 and most recently in 2017 for Stunning, for Woolly Mammoth Theatre. His design for The Tempest was nominated for the Boston and L.A. Theatre Critics Award. 



Costume Designer

was featured in the US National Exhibit at the 2004 & 2007 Prague Quadrennial; Curtain Call: Celebrating a Century of Women Designing for Live Performance (Lincoln Center). She is the recipient of a NEA-TCG Design Award, IT Award, TDF/Irene Sharaff Young Master Award, Barrymore Award and Bessie Award for Outstanding Visual Design. Olivera has 150+ theater, opera, dance and film productions to her credit. She extensively designs at the esteemed Juilliard School, Trinity Rep, and Arden. At PSF she designed The Little Mermaid and The Taming of the Shrew. USA local 829



Lighting Designer

in recent seasons, has designed the lighting for some of the more memorable PSF productions such as: Evita, West Side Story, Les Misérables, Fiddler, Oklahoma!, Sweeney Todd, South Pacific, Dracula: The Journal of Jonathan Harker, King Lear, Amadeus, and My Fair Lady, among others. His theatrical lighting has been seen Off-Broadway and in regional theatres across the country. Eric’s Orlando based company, Luminous Design Studios, provides lighting designs for television, themed entertainment, and architectural projects worldwide. Special thanks to Susan, Alexandra, and Connor for your support.



Sound Designer

is delighted to join the PSF family. He has designed over 50 productions, including original Off-Broadway productions of Daniel’s Husband, Small World, The Little Prince, and Drop Dead Perfect. Regional favorites include Boeing-Boeing, Buyer & Cellar, Talley’s Folly, Outside Mullingar, God of Carnage, The Three Musketeers, The 39 Steps, and five seasons at Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival designing Othello, King Lear, Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, and many others. Member: USA 829 and Theatrical Sound Designers and Composers Association.



Fight Director

Other PSF credits: Caesar, Henry V, Fiddler, As You Like It, Othello, and Shrew; Regional credits include: McCarter, Wilma, The Actors Theatre, Arden Theatre, Philadelphia Theatre Company, PSF, Three Rivers Shakespeare Festival, The Lantern, Theatre Exile, Inis Nua, Philadelphia Artists Collective, Quintessence Theatre Group, Philadelphia Opera Company, and Royal Caribbean Cruise Line. Alex is a Certified Teacher and Theatrical Firearms Safety Instructor with the Society of American Fight Directors.



Production Stage Manager

is thrilled to return for her 13th and 14th productions in the Valley. New York: Hamilton, The Nutcracker (New York City Ballet, Lincoln Center), Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, A Gentleman and His Ladies (Roundabout, with Alan Cumming), Cherry Lane, Westside Theatre, 59E59, the York, 24 Hour Play Company. Regional: Resident Stage Manager at Delaware Theatre Company. McCarter, Two River, Theater Horizon, Trinity Rep, Bristol Riverside, Premiere Stages, Philadelphia Theatre Company. As always, for CW and AS. This summer is for Rachel Rockwell.



Assistant Stage Manager

is thrilled to be “home” for her 7th season here. Some favorite PSF credits include: Fiddler on the Roof, West Side Story, Hound of the Baskervilles, The Little Mermaid, and Troilus and Cressida. NYC: Gelsey Kirkland Ballet, Thank You Notes, An Unexpected Thing Happens, and The Bishops; Tour: Hamlet;Regional: White (World Premiere, Theatre Horizon), and multiple works with Delaware Theatre Company including: Something Wicked (Neil Bartram and Brian Hill). Love to God, family, Andrew, Ali, and Maggie!

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New York Casting

Broadway, Off-Broadway & Tours: Side Show, After Midnight, A Night With Janis Joplin, Follies, Lombardi, Ragtime, Damn Yankees, Dirty Dancing, The Glorious Ones, Cripple of Inishmaan, Tryst, Urinetown. Other theatre includes: the premieres of Cotton Club Parade, Harps and Angels, Gruesome Playground Injuries, and Golden Age as well as productions of Master Class, Broadway Three Generations, Don’t Dress For Dinner, and Long Day’s Journey Into Night. Theatres: The Shakespeare Theatre of Washington DC, Wilma, Alley, McCarter Theatre Center (Artistic Staff Member), Drury Lane, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Signature Theatre, Kennedy Center, ACT, and Westport Country Playhouse among others.

*Member of Actors' Equity Association, the Union of Professional Stage Actors and Stage Managers in the United States