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A Midsummer Night's Dream

the Mechanicals


"Fight Director Richard Lane and choreographer Cynthia Pepper give all four young lovers both lyrical moves and spectacular falls. Currier's Puck and Guerrero's Oberon hang from scaffolding, gleefully watching until the lovers, exhausted, finally fall asleep...Peter Quince (Thomas Lynch) and his crew of amateur actors rehearse and perform with brio (especially Bill Olson, who, in drag as Thisbe, also juggles fire)...its talented ensemble...gives audiences a poignant last taste of summer and a little bit of magic to start the fall."
- Lee Brady, Pacific Sun

Oberon and Puck

 


 

 

"Lesley Currier, with a great deal of pluck and not a whole lot of experience, took the role of Puck, gamely donning the fabulous getup designed for Wasnak...But she pulled it off, and even seemed to be enjoying herself...The standouts are Hermia and Helena, played by Laurie Keith (Hermia) and Jennifer Erdmann (Helena). Each imbues her role with the right medley of silliness and sighs."
- Olga Azar, Marin Scope

 

 

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