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Shakespeare combined his love of theater with Greek mythology and the supernatural to create what is arguably his most playfully imaginative work. From love potions to bizarre transformations to the unforgettable play-within-a-play, A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a nonstop delight, and remains one of the milestones of the Bard’s canon.

An L.A. Theatre Works full-cast performance featuring:

  • Tara Barr as Hermia
  • Erin Bennett as Moth and Second Fairy
  • Jamie Bamber as Oberon
  • Janine Barris as Peaseblossom and First Fairy
  • Brendan Bradley as Lysander
  • Chris Butler as Theseus
  • Kyle Colerider-Krugh as Egeus and Robin Starveling
  • Sue Cremin as Hippolyta
  • Hector Elizondo as Peter Quince
  • Logan Fahey as Francis Flute
  • Glenne Headley as Titania
  • Simon Helberg as Demetrius
  • Stacy Keach as Nick Bottom
  • David Krumholtz as Puck
  • Danny Mann as Snug
  • Jon Matthews as Cobweb and Mustardseed
  • Kira Sternbach as Helena
  • André Sogliuzzo as Philostrate
  • Tom Snout

Directed by Martin Jarvis

Public Domain (P)2013 L.A. Theatre Works

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  • Peter Giordano
  • 05-08-18

A very Americanized production

I guess the setting is Athens, GA - Regional accents kick in rather jarringly right from the first lines and one almost distracting puzzle is trying to guess where each actor is pretending to be from (Is that Texan I hear? And there's Alabama) Still, it's a breezy production, albeit one with minimum poetry - It's also great fun to hear Stacy Keach, once renowned for his epic performance as Hamlet in Central Park, chew up the aural scenery as Bottom - Thank you Audible for including a cast list, something that's often missing in Audible pages