Jaume de Monçó – Zanni of greatness being Arlecchino , Brighella, Pedrolino, and occasionally Oratio
Edward Belvadier – Tofano, Dottore
Isabella Lavane Bouchier – Isabella
Saxi þunnkárr – Amoroso, Brighella, Capitano, and any other dashing handsome man
Una Gyldir – Vittoria
Genefe Wölfelin – Vittoria
Charles Fleming – Drunken Sailor
Catarina Caravello – Drunken Sailor and last minute rescue
Efenwealt Wystle – Pantalone’s Father
Ruaidhri an Cu – Capitano of both Spanish and Scottish Descent (Ymir production of “The Issues of One’s Loins”)
INVALUABLE Backstage and pre-show support:
Uberto di Spina – hauls many boxes and cinder blocks and stage stuff to help us set up and take down and clean up
Marie Aoibeall – produces much costuming and often makes sacred objects for fundraising
Alumnae and Alumni:
Giovan Donado – Capitano Spavento, musical intermezzi, and understudy for rescuing us when we need a last minute fill in
Margaret Wolseley – Amorosa understudy and much costuming support
Meggie (Chris’s daughter) has played walk on roles and helped out in various ways with set up, take down, and taking pictures.
Joan (another of Chris’s daughters) played Isabella for us once and was such an obsessive, silly, lovesick cutie we hope to have her back again!
There are a great number of other people working to support the art of commedia and i Firenzi, and a few of them are here:
Gavin has helped a lot with costuming and general support.
The Windmasters Hill Rapier Community has been particularly supportive, although the connection between fencing and commedia has yet to be understood.
The entire Barony of Windmasters Hill has been very supportive of i Firenzi by allowing us to take time and space at local events to perform pretty much any time we ask.
King Amos, King Ragnarr, and King Christoph were both gracious enough to perform bit parts for us at special events and really add a level of excitement that only comes with royalty.
We also have some beloved alumni that we miss: Andreas de Caunteton played Dottore for us once and of course Domenico helped establish our troupe with his Capitano.