A Midsummer Night's Dream

A Midsummer Night's Dream

Theatre & Dance

A Midsummer Night's Dream

by William Shakespeare
Directed by David Sullivan
April 12-15, 2007

Production Credits

Directed by David Sullivan
Set Design by Bart Healy
Costume Design by Stephanie Nichols
Lighting Design by Bob Thorpe
Choreography by Bethany Formica

Philostrate - Andrea Simcox
Hippolyta - Kim Auger
Theseus - Sean Murphy
Egeus - Phillip Graneto
Hermia - Maria Wilson
Demetrius - Craig O�Brien
Lysander - Peter Zielinski
Helena - Angela Smith
Nick Bottom/Pyramus - Nick Rossi
Francis Flute/Thisbe - Chris Imbrosciano
Robin Starveling/Moonshine - Aaron Debski
Tom Snout/Wall - Jen Layton
Snug/Lion - Andrew Clotworthy
Peter Quince - Jeremy Wright
Puck - Kevin Melendez
Peaseblossom - Kelsey Malone
Cobweb - Rosaria Mineo
Moth - Maggie Corl
Mustardseed - Amy Sprouse
Titania - Merceedes Simmons
Oberon - Tim Rinehart

- Production Team -
Technical Director - Tom Fusco
Costume Shop Supervisor - Stephanie Nichols
Stage Manager - Joanna Leigh Congalton
Assistant Stage Managers - Elizabeth Porcelli, Sam Simmonds
Properties Master - Michelle Minnichbach
Assistant Costume Designer - Rachel Krupnick
Wig Stylist - Caitlin Brown
Light Board Operator - Kristen Blose
Sound Board Operator - Stephanie Melchiore
Assistant to Lighting Designer - Kristin Niemiec
Run Crew - Emma Barry, Kyle Brylczyk, Chris Diaz
Set Construction - Stage Craft II and IV
Electrics - Kyle Brylczyk, Sam Simmonds, Rachel Bauer, Andrea Drake, Nick Rossi, Craig O�Brien
Wardrobe Crew - Caitlin Brown, Sarah Rigle
Costume Production Team - Caitlin Brown, Lisa DiMaulo, Katie Jackson, Giovanna Jones, Rachel Krupnick, Kelsey Malone, Kevin Melendez,Katherine Tool, Stephanie Wojcik, Costuming II Class

- A Note from the Director -
Thornton Wilder once said that, of all the arts, the theater is the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be human. And with A Midsummer Night�s Dream, I invite you to share with us the sense of what it is to be in love. Above all, this is a play about love � the love of romance, the love of humanity, and the love of acting and the theater � told in a magical, bewildering, raucous, and dream-like way. Tonight we are pleased to share with you one of Shakespeare�s most popular comedies in which �the course of true love never did run smooth.� Thank you for supporting the arts at Rowan University.

--David Sullivan

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