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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Sep 13
Sep 29

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Sep 13
- Sep 29, 2024
Next Stage

Magical and Captivating. One of the Bard’s most popular comedies. The marriage of Theseus and Hippolyta is complicated by the conflict among four lovers and whom they love.  A group of amateur actors rehearsing a play for the wedding is added to the mix as both groups wind up outside of Athens in a forest full of fairies who manipulate the humans and have their own domestic intrigue. What absurdly comes to be as the plots progress ends with all being well and the suggestion that it all may have been nothing but a dream.

By William Shakespeare / Director John Maness

Tickets & Reservations

Single tickets go on sale and members may reserve seats as of July 9, 2024.

Cast

Puck
Benny McCluskey
Oberon
Jared Thomas Johnson
Titania
Natalie Jones
Lysander
Sean Moore
Demetrius
Logan McCarty
Hermia
Carly Crawford
Helena
Savannah Miller
Nick Bottom
Jimbo Lattimore
Egeus
John Reynolds
Theseus
JS Tate
Hippolyta
Emily Draffen
Peter Quince
Hugh Boller-Raup
Francis Flute
Amy Rush
Robin Starveling
Mark Weston
Tom Snout
Jeffrey Posson
Snug
Courtney Sage
Philostrate
Patricia Carreras
Fairies
Peaseblossom, Kaylee Webb, / Cobweb, Azaria Henderson, Mote / Margo Anderson, Mustardseed / Sami Bray, Ashley Trevathan, Zyunia Palmer, Julie Ervin, Evy Allen

Staff

Director
John Maness
Choreographer
Max Robinson
Executive Producer
Debbie Litch (TM Staff)
Production Manager / TD
Michael Compton (TM Staff)
Assistant Technical Director
Maggie Jackson (TM Staff)
Resident Scenic Designer
Jack Netzel-Yates (TM Staff)
Resident Costume Designer
Amie Eoff (TM Staff)
Costume Shop Manager
Ashley Selberg (TM Staff)
Resident Lighting Designer
Nicole Northington (TM Staff)
Resident Sound Designer
Jason Eschhofen (TM Staff)
Stage Manager
Marya Paolillo

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Sep 13
- Sep 29, 2024
Next Stage

Magical and Captivating. One of the Bard’s most popular comedies. The marriage of Theseus and Hippolyta is complicated by the conflict among four lovers and whom they love.  A group of amateur actors rehearsing a play for the wedding is added to the mix as both groups wind up outside of Athens in a forest full of fairies who manipulate the humans and have their own domestic intrigue. What absurdly comes to be as the plots progress ends with all being well and the suggestion that it all may have been nothing but a dream.

By William Shakespeare / Director John Maness

Tickets & Reservations

Single tickets go on sale and members may reserve seats as of July 9, 2024.

Performance Schedule

Sep
13
Friday Sep 13
7:30 pm
- 9:30 pm
Sep
13
Friday Sep 13
7:30 pm
- 9:30 pm
Sep
14
Saturday Sep 14
7:30 pm
- 9:30 pm
Sep
14
Saturday Sep 14
7:30 pm
- 9:30 pm
Sep
15
Sunday Sep 15
2:00 pm
- 4:00 pm
Sep
15
Sunday Sep 15
2:00 pm
- 4:00 pm
Sep
19
Thursday Sep 19
7:30 pm
- 9:30 pm
Sep
19
Thursday Sep 19
7:30 pm
- 9:30 pm
Sep
20
Friday Sep 20
7:30 pm
- 9:30 pm
Sep
20
Friday Sep 20
7:30 pm
- 9:30 pm
Sep
21
Saturday Sep 21
7:30 pm
- 9:30 pm
Sep
21
Saturday Sep 21
7:30 pm
- 9:30 pm

Cast

Puck
Benny McCluskey
Oberon
Jared Thomas Johnson
Titania
Natalie Jones
Lysander
Sean Moore
Demetrius
Logan McCarty
Hermia
Carly Crawford
Helena
Savannah Miller
Nick Bottom
Jimbo Lattimore
Egeus
John Reynolds
Theseus
JS Tate
Hippolyta
Emily Draffen
Peter Quince
Hugh Boller-Raup
Francis Flute
Amy Rush
Robin Starveling
Mark Weston
Tom Snout
Jeffrey Posson
Snug
Courtney Sage
Philostrate
Patricia Carreras
Fairies
Peaseblossom, Kaylee Webb, / Cobweb, Azaria Henderson, Mote / Margo Anderson, Mustardseed / Sami Bray, Ashley Trevathan, Zyunia Palmer, Julie Ervin, Evy Allen

Staff

Director
John Maness
Choreographer
Max Robinson
Executive Producer
Debbie Litch (TM Staff)
Production Manager / TD
Michael Compton (TM Staff)
Assistant Technical Director
Maggie Jackson (TM Staff)
Resident Scenic Designer
Jack Netzel-Yates (TM Staff)
Resident Costume Designer
Amie Eoff (TM Staff)
Costume Shop Manager
Ashley Selberg (TM Staff)
Resident Lighting Designer
Nicole Northington (TM Staff)
Resident Sound Designer
Jason Eschhofen (TM Staff)
Stage Manager
Marya Paolillo

Lohrey Theatre

Seats up to 411

Both the Lohrey Theatre and the Next Stage Theatre are wheelchair accessible with a handicapped accessible restroom on the same level as the main lobby to both venues. The Lohrey Theatre also provides hearing assisted equipment to any who may require or request it, at no charge.

Lohrey Theatre Seating Chart

(Next Stage is open seating)

Next Stage

Seats up to 110

The black box Next Stage seats up to 110 and is also wheelchair accessible with state of the art equipment for sound and lighting.