Digital Archive:Cast list, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2004)

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A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (1595)

 

Theseus – Jeffery Kissoon

Hippolyta – Noma Dumezweni

Hermia – Akiya Henry

Helena – Daisy Haggard

Lysander – James Loye

Demetrius – Joe Anderson

Egeus – David Killick

Oberon – Jeffery Kissoon

Titania – Noma Dumezweni

Philostrate – John Marquez

Puck – John Marquez

Moth – Anna Lowe

Peaseblossom – Tom Silburn

Cobweb – Matt Costain

Mustardseed – Fiona Dunn

Fairy Acrobats – Matt Costain   Vicki Manus

Peter Quince – Jonathan Cullen

Bottom – Graham Turner

Francis Flute – Daniel Abelson

Tom Snout – Kieran Hill

Snug – Ricky Fearon

Robin Starveling – Barry McCarthy

 

Director – Gale Edwards

Designer – Alison Chitty

Lighting Designer – Peter Mumford

Composer – Jason Carr

Sound Designer – Matt McKenzie

Movement Director – Michael Ashcroft

Voice Coaches – Kate Godfrey   Neil Swain

Assistant Director – Nik Ashton

Design Assistant – Mark Friend

Costume Supervisor – Carrie Bayliss

Magic Advisor – Tom Silburn

 

Company Manager – Amelia Ferrand-Rook

Stage Manager – Marion Marrs

Deputy Stage Manager – Klare Roger

Assistant Stage Managers – Nicola Ireland, Helena Lane-Smith

 

May: Sat 8P, Mon 10P, Tue 11P, Wed 12P, Mon 17P, Tue 18P(PT), Thu 20F, Fri 21(D), Mon 24, Tue 25(T), Wed 26m(D)&e, Thu 27m(PT)&e(S)

June 1: Tue 1, Wed 2, Sat 5m&e, Sat 19m&e, Mon 28, Tue 29, Wed 30m(D)&e

July: Mon 5, Tue 6m, Wed 14m, Thu 15m(D), Sat 31e

August: Wed 4e, Sun 8, Tue 10, Thu 12e, Fri 13(D), Thu 19e, Sun 22, Thu 26m&e, Sat 28m(D), Tue 31

September: Thu 16m(PT), Sat 18m(D), Wed 22m, Thu 23Lm(PT)

 

P = Preview

F = First Night

PN = Press Night

D = Audio Described Performance

S = Sign Interpreted Performance

PT = Pre Show Talk

T = Post Show Discussion

m = matinee

e = evening

L = Last Night

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Festival Theatre, Press and Publicity, Productions, Promenade