A Midsummer Night's Dream, with Songs by Stew, Begins Free Outdoor Run in CT June 16

News   A Midsummer Night's Dream, with Songs by Stew, Begins Free Outdoor Run in CT June 16 The Shakespeare on the Sound production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, featuring music by Tony-winning Passing Strange creator Stew, begins performances in Connecticut June 16.

Joanna Settle (9 Parts of Desire, Public Theater's In Darfur), directs the free engagement that runs through June 28 in Rowayton and July 4-12 in Greenwich. Stew starred in and earned a Tony Award for the book to the Broadway musical Passing Strange, for which he also penned the music. The outdoor production features Jesse J. Perez (Puck/Philostrate), Doan Ly (Titania/Hippolyta), Mickey Solis (Oberon/Theseus), Dennis Parlato (Egeus), Gregory Wooddell (Demetrius), Marjan Neshat (Hermia), Albert Jones (Lysander), Gretchen Hall (Helena), Ty Jones (Bottom), Lindsay Smiling (Starveling/Oberon Goblin), Chivas Michael (Flute/Titania Fairy), Mike Caban (Snout/Titania Fairy), Benjamin Huber (Peter Quince/Titania Fairy), Daniel O'Neill (Snug/Oberon Goblin), Lili De’Rossi (Titania Fairy), Alexa Salamé (Titania Fairy), and Alessandro Chillé (Oberon Goblin).

Midsummer is designed by Andrew Lieberman, with choreography by David Neumann, sound design by Obadiah Eaves and lighting design by Adam Silverman.

Showtime is 7:30 PM. For further information, visit ShakespeareontheSound.

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