Kiss Me, Kate; Arena Stage: The Pajama Game; Signature Theatre: Fully Committed; University of Maryland:
Robin Starveling Alexia Trainor.
Peter Quince Zoe Werth. Her love of acting began early.
She spent summers from age acting in and eventually directing productions in the attic of her barn. Credits include Riggs Theatre Lily is also a member of the Nickel Shakespeare Girls, an all female street-performance troupe.
She is beyond thrilled to be a part of this amazing project. Julie was also involved in several high school musicals and school theatre productions.
She plans on attending MCLA this fall with a major in communications. Policeman Marathon Dancing ; Riggs Theatre The caliber of the training left Miles truly altered and the approach to the text resonates with him deeply. Travis Hoose Mantis Travis is a 4th grader at Capeless elementary school.
He plays travel soccer with the pittsfield soccer club and plays drums for his band at school. In in spare time he loves to read and ride his bike. He is very excited to be part of this production.
He has been very busy behind the scenes, however, in a performing arts career spanning more than three decades. Seth is thrilled to be a part of the inaugural production of Shakespeare in the Park.
Dylan would like to thank Enrico for giving him such a wonderful opportunity, his family and friends for always being there, and to the cast and crew of this production, which he hopes you will all enjoy! A big fan of both the Bard and Broadway, she plays piano and flute and dances through life in both ballet and jazz.
When she grows up, she wants to be the first-ever mathematician actress who also writes poetry. She loves fantasy novels, Emily Dickinson, singing and soccer and enjoys imaging in being in the cast of Matilda.
Nora Mathews Cobweb Nora is thrilled to be appearing in the debut production of Shakespeare in the Park. Her interests include Doctor Who, British accents, and art. She was in Peter Pan last year and is so excited to be in Midsummer another time!
Zoe Nadig Peaseblossom Zoe will be attending Miss Halls School in the fall, where she hopes to study drama and creative writing. She lives in Lenox with her two dogs, two parents, and surprisingly un-annoying younger brother.
Julius Reese Lysander Julius is thrilled to be working with his fellow cast members with Pittsfield Shakespeare in the Park. Julius would like to thank Enrico for this amazing opportunity and his friends and family for the endless love and support!
The production traveled the world and received many awards. Thanks to Enrico, her kinsfolk, and all who have supported this endeavor. Austen Riggs Theatre University of Wisconsin-Eau Clare: Summertime, youth frolicking with Shakespeare and a resignation to be upstaged by the cutest dog in the world… what could be better?
Alexia Trainor Peter Quince Alexia Trainor has been a part of the local theatre scene in the Berkshires for the past 20 years. She has directed and acted in numerous productions.A Midsummer Night’s Dream / Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre, York, review: This pop-up is a welcome home for Shakespeare in the north.
This will play as part of an alternating repertoire with the greatest love story of all time, Romeo & Juliet. The magical comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream, adapted by Helen Jeffrey, was our first Shakespeare [ ].
From a general summary to chapter summaries to explanations of famous quotes, the SparkNotes A Midsummer Night’s Dream Study Guide has everything you need to ace quizzes, tests, and essays. A Midsummer Nights Dream Set in the Summer of Love, four young people run into an enchanted forest in the name of true love.
A group of amateur actors rehearse a ridiculously bad play.
Shakespeare & Company is a professional live theatre company in the heart of the Berkshires, presenting a vibrant summer performance season featuring the works of Shakespeare in repertory with classic and contemporary plays.
“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” is purportedly the most-produced of all the Bard’s plays, but neither that nugget nor its cinematically friendly fantasy elements has done it many favors on film.