A Midsummer Night's Gay Dream: A Timely New Adaptation
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The last date listed for A Midsummer Night's Gay Dream was Friday August 23, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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"Hell is other people," Jean-Paul Sartre observes in his most famous work, the landmark existential drama No Exit. Three damned souls are brought to the same room in hell by a mysterious valet. They expect medieval torture devices to punish them for eternity, but as time goes by, they eventually realize that the punishment is going to be far more prosaic, and far more cruel and unusual. Here their darkest secrets will be revealed and their souls laid bare. Learn More
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Well done and a lot of fun to watch. Lee Samuel Tanng was very good in the role of Puck. Other actors also did well. The play was a great adaption of the original and achieved what it set out to do. The time went by quickly. This was a very...continued
Puck/Philostrate: Sam Tanng
Changeling/Snug: A.J. Salas
Oberon/Theseus: Cort Huckabone
Titantia/Hippolyta: Laura Clagett
Cobweb/Flute: Alexander Shewchuk
Moth/Snout: ‘Phie Mura
Mustardseed/Starvling: Penny De Vera
Peaseblossom/Mechanical: Amara Phelps
Demetrius: J.T. Corzine
Helenus: Charlie Bostick
Quince: Amy P. Welch
Bottom: Joseph Martone
Egeus: Doug Seagraves
Hermia: Angela Griswold
Lysander: Elsbeth Carden
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