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Court composer Antonio Salieri cannot reconcile Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s boorish behaviour with the genius that God has inexplicably bestowed upon him. A devout Catholic all his life, Salieri renounces God and vows to do everything in his power to destroy Mozart as a way of getting back at his Creator. Peter Shaffer’s brilliant play explores the misery of mediocrity set against the lush and privileged world of the 18th century Viennese court.

Director: Diana Reis

Musical Director: Alex Fiddes

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Studio Theatre, Sheridan


Antonio Salieri: Constant Bernard
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Iain Stewart
Constanze Weber, Wife to Mozart: Aly Workman
Joseph II, Emperor of Austria: David Hohl
Count Von Strack, Groom of the Imperial Chamber: Sean Blakeley
Count Franz Orsini-Rosenberg, Director of the Imperial Opera: Matthew Villemaire
Baron Van Swieten, Prefect of the Imperial Opera: Al Bratz
‘Venticelle’, ‘Little Winds’, Purveyors of Information, Gossip and Rumour: Jocelyn Regina, Laurel Denning, Emma Smit, Lena Wiklund
Major Domo / Dark Messenger: Michael Sousa
Salieri’s Valet: Erik Kopacsi
Salieri’s Cook: Alycia Novak
Teresa Salieri, Wife of Salieri: Andreane Bouladier
Katherina Cavalieri, Salieri’s Pupil: Christine Vandenberk
Giuseppe Bonno: Sean Cage
Karl, a Gallant: Nick Nesbitt
Friedrich, a Gallant: Nathan Leung
The Citizens of Vienna and Servants: Trevor Curran, Michelle Bouey, Nadya Corscadden, Kyle Haycock, Nichola Lawrence, Melissa Peters, Tringa Rexhepi, Brittany Robinson


Amadeus, Theatre Sheridan, musical theatre

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Original Citation

Reis, D. (Director). (2011, April 14 – 23). Amadeus. [Theatre Performance]. Oakville: Theatre Sheridan.

Amadeus, April 14 – 23, 2011



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