A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Director: Linda Treash
Voice & Text Director: Amy Leavitt
Performance Dates:
June 25 & 26, 6:30pm, June 27, 4:00pm
July 1 & 2, 6:30pm, July 3, 2pm & 6:30pm
Performance Location: Outdoors at Feast & Field in Barnard
Adults: $20
Students: $15

Our Cast

Nobles & Lovers

Hannah Levinger  Hippolyta
Mitch Boyle  Theseus
Mairin Keleher  Helena
Martin B. Copenhaver  Philostrate
Omega Haehnel  Lysander
Peter Malicky  Demetrius
Tapley Trudell  Hermia
Tyler P. Harwell  Egeus


Beatrice Raiken  Mustardseed
Carlene Kucharczyk  Second Fairy
Casey Legler  Oberon
Clover E. Harley  Mote
Dory Psomas Robin  Goodfellow/Puck
Jesse Paige  Fairy (Act II. Scene I)
Leah Paige  Peasebottom
Lois Bangiolo  Chorus Fairy
Micah Paige  Cobweb
Molly Elsasser  Titania
Willow Carr  First Fairy


Aura Paige  Snug the Joiner/Lion
Daniel Patterson  Peter Quince the Carpenter
Jill Clough  Snout the Tinker/Wall
Kate Willard  Starveling the Tailor/Moonshine
Kyle Huck  Francis Flute the Bellows Mender/Thisbe
Ryan Paige  Nick Bottom the Weaver/Pyramus

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Not about trees and fairies, A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a complex play about love, in all its different shades of meaning.  Love expresses itself in free and theatrical ways by the endless changing of forms, gears and levels. The three groups — the Lovers, the Mechanicals, and the Immortals each arrive at a point of crisis which precipitates into a state of chaos in the woods at night. Order is restored only after each character has undergone some transformation in which lessons have been learned. This is Shakespeare at his most lyrical, in his most perfectly structured play.


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