by Ken Ludwig

June 10-19, 2016

It’s 1934, and the famous Max Reinhardt is filming Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. When two of the bard’s most famous fairies, Oberon and Puck, appear by magic on the Warner Brothers Hollywood set, the result is a hilarious combination of potent flowers, blonde bombshells, movie moguls and arrogant “asses” embroiled in multiple love triangles. Winner of the Helen Hayes Award for Best New Play in 2004, Ken Ludwig’s take on Shakespeare’s well-known comedy is a fun-filled romp that sparkles with wit and charm.

Directed by Bob Baird


Pam McClure as Louella Parsons
Tim Wiest as Max Reinhardt
Jim Ellis as Dick Powell
Mike Fox as Jack Warner
Mike Southern as Daryl
Ashley Jones as Lydia Lansing
Tom Barbieri as Oberon
Abbe Fralix as Puck
Victoria Blake as Olivia Darnell
Lisa Binion as Hays
Dave Bissette as Joe E. Brown
Mike Selna as Jimmy Cagney

Katelyn Bissette
Khallori Cosmey
Monica McNamara


Bob Baird, Director
Melissa Damann, Assistant Director
Mary Galecki, Stage Manager
Emily Johns, Costume Designer
Todd Houseknecht, Technical Director/Sound Designer
David Petrone, Light Designer
Denise Schumaker, Props Manager
David Leone, Photographer