Richard III (drunk)

May 25 - June 2 at 7:30

Pay-What-You-Can Thurs May 24 at 7:30

at the Tenth Street Theatre

 628 N 10th St, Milwaukee, WI 53233

Tickets available soon!

Schedule of Designated Drunks



Coming soon

Creative team

Director  - Katie Merriman 

Assistant Director - Michael Glavin


IAN TULLY - Richard 


Ian Tully is alacritous to return for his second show with Bard and Bourbon, having previously antagonized Henry V (drunk!) this winter as the French Prince and Pistol. A recent graduate of Knox College, where he performed the role of Richard III sober. Tully has also worked with Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre as the Bastard (King John) and Mercutio (Romeo and Juliet). He'd like to thank Koppa's Fulbeli Deli and the Underground Collabrative, as well as his friends and family for their dilligent and loving support in seasons of glory and of discontent. 

 SEAN DUNCAN - Buckingham/Murderer/Mistress Shore


Richard III marks Sean’s first show with Bard and Bourbon. Recent acting credits include; Harvey Korman THE CAROL BURNETT SHOW (Timber Mill Theatre, LLC), Alvin Tatlock THE INCREDIBLE ADVENTURE OF ALVIN TATLOCK (Oconomowoc Arts Center), Bob Cratchit A CHRISTMAS CAROL (Children’s Theater of Madison). Primarily a Milwaukee based actor, Sean has been performing professionally for five years now.

AMBER REGAN - Catesby/Duchess of York/Murderer/Rivers 


MAGGIE ARNDT - Elizabeth/Ely/Richmond


SAMANTHA MARTINSON - Stanley/York/Brackenbury 


BRYANT MASON - Clarence/Hastings/Norfolk/Sir Christopher 


MAURA ATWOOD - Prince/Dorset/Queen Margaret/Tyrell


Maura Atwood is thrilled to be working with Bard and Bourbon for the first time. She was most recently Susan in Company with The Box Theatre Company and various characters in The Hiding Place with Acacia Theatre. Much love to everyone. "And all my fortunes at Thy foot I'll lay, and follow Thee my Lord throughout the world.

 DYLAN SLADKY - Edward/Anne/Ratcliff/Grey

About Us

Bard & Bourbon is dedicated to performing beautiful, fully staged productions of classical works with a touch of irreverence.  Each production features small non-traditional casts playing multiple parts while getting one actor very drunk over the course of the show.

Bard & Bourbon strongly encourages responsible drinking! Our actors get drunk on a rotating schedule to ensure time to recover, have the rest of the cast watching out for them, and NEVER drive afterwards.  If you are planning on drinking with us, please take similar steps to ensure a safe and fun night of indulgence.