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John Rugby

From the PlayThe Merry Wives of Windsor
Full NameJohn Rugby
Short NameRug.
DescriptionServant to Doctor Caius

Production Appearances

ActorCredited AsProduction
Emily Joshi-PowellJohn RugbyThe Merry Wives of Windsor (2014, American Shakespeare Center, USA)
Emily DeKorteJohn RugbyThe Merry Wives of Windsor (2013, Victoria Shakespeare Society, Canada)
Joel BouldenJohn RugbyMerry Wives of Windsor (2011, Annapolis Shakespeare Company, USA)
Steve RossJohn RugbyThe Merry Wives of Windsor (2011, Stratford Festival of Canada, Canada)
Joel BouldenJohn RugbyThe Merry Wives of Windsor (2011, Annapolis Shakespeare Company, USA)
Kevin StanfaJack RugbyThe Merry Wives of Windsor (2006, Shakespeare and Company, USA)
Cork RamerJohn RugbyThe Merry Wives of Windsor (2004, Nebraska Shakespeare Festival, USA)
Mr. Jonathan GeenenJohn RugbyThe Merry Wives of Windsor (2004, Bard on the Beach, Canada)
Noah BenezraJack RugbyThe Merry Wives of Windsor (2003, Marin Shakespeare Company, USA)
James SeolJohn RugbyThe Merry Wives of Windsor (2002, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, USA)
Will ChaseRugbyThe Merry Wives of Windsor (1999, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, USA)
Steve GriffithRugbyThe Merry Wives of Windsor (1994, Bard on the Beach, Canada)
Matt BodoRugbyThe Merry Wives of Windsor (1993, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, USA)
Christopher FlandersJohn RugbyThe Merry Wives of Windsor (1990, Nebraska Shakespeare Festival, USA)
William D. MichieJohn RugbyThe Merry Wives of Windsor (1985, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, USA)
John JoyceRugbyThe Merry Wives of Windsor (1982, David Jones, GB)
Mark MurpheyJohn RugbyThe Merry Wives of Windsor (1973, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, USA)
David HunterJohn RugbyThe Merry Wives of Windsor (1966, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, USA)
William GambleJohn RugbyThe Merry Wives of Windsor (1963, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, USA)
John SouthworthRugbyThe Merry Wives of Windsor (1955, Glen Byam Shaw, GB)
Charles ManderRugbyThe Merry Wives of Windsor (1952, Julian Amyes, GB)