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Pictured in banner: Erika Chong Shuch in Cal Shakes' production of The Tempest (2012); photo by Kevin Berne.



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A Midsummer Night's Dream

SEPTEMBER 3–28

Like she did with last year’s inventive Romeo & Juliet, Shana Cooper will take apart another of Shakespeare’s iconic works, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, putting it back together again in a way that’s sure to open your eyes and jump-start your heart.

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CREATIVE TEAM

Set Designer - Nina Ball
Costume Designer - Katherine O’Neill
Lighting Designer - Burke Brown
Composer/Sound Designer - Paul James Prendergast
Voice and Text Coach - Lynne Soffer*
Movement Director - Erika Chong Shuch*
Resident Fight Director - Dave Maier
Stage Manager - Karen Szpaller*
Assistant Stage Manager – Christina Hogan
Assistant Directors - Adin Walker, Rebecca Deutsch
Movement Collaborators - Travis Santell Rowland, Parker Murphy
Assistant Lighting Designer - Krista Smith
Assistant Movement Director - Melanie Elms
Production Assistant - Christina Larson


CAST

Egeus, Starveling, Ensemble - James Carpenter*
Snout, Ensemble - Catherine Castellanos*
Titania, Hippolyta, Ensemble - Erika Chong Shuch*
Lysander, Ensemble - Dan Clegg*
Hermia, Ensemble - Tristan Cunningham*
Helena, Ensemble - Lauren English*
Bottom, Ensemble - Margo Hall*
Flute - Craig Marker*
Fairy, Ensemble - Parker Murphy
Demetrius, Ensemble - Nicholas Pelczar*
Fairy, Ensemble - Travis Santell Rowland
Puck, Snug, Philostrate, Ensemble - Danny Scheie*
Oberon, Theseus, Ensemble - Daisuke Tsuji*
Peter Quince, Ensemble - Liam Vincent*



EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS

Ellen & Joffa Dale
Maureen & Calvin Knight
Helen & John Meyer
Nicola Miner & Robert Mailer Anderson
Peter & Delanie Read
Michael & Virginia Ross
Jean Simpson
Sharon & Barclay Simpson
Jay Yamada


PRODUCERS

Monica Salusky & John Sutherland
Miriam & Stanley Schiffman


ASSOCIATE PRODUCERS

Michael & Phyllis Cedars
Joe Di Prisco & Patti James
Elise & Tully Friedman
Rena & Spencer Fulweiler
Michele & John Ruskin


*Denotes member of Actor's Equity Association.

PHOTOS

A Midusmmer Night's Dream

Erika Chong Shuch (Hippolyta, Titania), Daisuke Tsuji (Oberon, Theseus) and Danny Scheie (Puck, Snug) in a publicity photo for A Midsummer Night's Dream, directed by Shana Cooper; photo by Kevin Berne.

A Midusmmer Night's Dream

Erika Chong Shuch (Hippolyta, Titania), and Daisuke Tsuji (Oberon, Theseus) in a publicity photo for A Midsummer Night's Dream, directed by Shana Cooper; photo by Kevin Berne.

A Midusmmer Night's Dream


Erika Chong Shuch (Hippolyta, Titania), and Daisuke Tsuji (Oberon, Theseus) in a publicity photo for A Midsummer Night's Dream, directed by Shana Cooper; photo by Kevin Berne.

A Midusmmer Night's Dream

Erika Chong Shuch (Hippolyta, Titania), Daisuke Tsuji (Oberon, Theseus) and Danny Scheie (Puck, Snug) in a publicity photo for A Midsummer Night's Dream, directed by Shana Cooper; photo by Kevin Berne.

A Midusmmer Night's Dream

Erika Chong Shuch (Hippolyta, Titania), Daisuke Tsuji (Oberon, Theseus) and Danny Scheie (Puck, Snug) in a publicity photo for A Midsummer Night's Dream, directed by Shana Cooper; photo by Kevin Berne.


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INFORMATION FOR PARENTS

We believe in opening young minds to the power and magic of live theater. However, we understand that every production may not be appropriate for every child or family, as we frequently address mature issues, ideas, and themes. We encourage you to consider whether any particular Main Stage production is appropriate for your child, and to be in dialogue with us and your children about the content and/or artistic expression therein.

Children under four are not permitted in the Amphitheater as a courtesy to our patrons and artists.