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Bob Taylor

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Welcome Dear Friends, Welcome to the 41st season of Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival, Nevada’s largest professional, non-profit-theater and provider of educational outreach programming! Forty-one years of Shakespeare at Lake Tahoe is a remarkable achievement made possible by the visionary founders and leaders of this company and supported by the extraordinary generosity of this community, our board of directors, staff, volunteers, and the many, many artists who have created hundreds of evenings of magic under the stars. Our work continues year-round through our educational outreach programming. Our in-school residency program InterACT brings Shakespeare alive in the classroom for approximately 3,000 students each year with interactive workshops. The D. G. Menchetti Young Shakespeare Program has entertained and educated over 50,000 young people for free, since it began in 2002. Welcome to our newest partner, David Walley’s Resort, for helping to underwrite the D.G. Menchetti Young Shakespeare Program. Lastly, our Midsummer Camp series offers fun acting opportunities for students 4-16 years of age with classes in Shakespeare and musical theater (visit for details). Above all, thank you for joining us this evening. We hope you will consider becoming a member of the Festival family by making a tax-deductible contribution to our annual fund. Memberships begin at $75 and support Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival’s productions at Sand Harbor and its educational outreach programming throughout northern Nevada. We are delighted to share our work with you in what is surely one of the –Charlie and Bob most beautiful settings in the world!

Board of Directors Patricia Engels, Chair Michael Chamberlain, Vice Chair Roberta Klein, Treasurer Terry Jones, Secretary Wayne Cameron Vicki McGowen

Judy Prutzman Osgood Mary Ann Peoples D.G. Menchetti, Director Emeritus Allen Misher, Director Emeritus Warren Trepp, Honorary Founder

Staff Listing Charles Fee, Producing Artistic Director Bob Taylor, Executive Director Billie Ameika, Director of Operations Joe Atack, Director of Education Sara M. Bruner, Artistic Associate Christopher D. Flinchum, Production Manager

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Annual Giving Gifts from individual, corporate and foundation donors help Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival bring the greatest plays to Lake Tahoe and support our educational outreach programs for the region’s students. The donors listed below made gifts to our Annual Donor Member Campaign between May 1, 2012 and April 30, 2013. Shakespeare Society $1,200 & above Regina & Fred Amoroso Ron & Susan Antinori Christopher Bently / The Bently Foundation Roger & Sarah Chrisman David & Judith E Collins Patricia Engels John & Debra Iannucci IBM, Honoring the Service of IBM Employee Micki Napp Terry Jones Roberta & Clayton Klein Cindy McCaffrey Geno Menchetti Lou & Mary Ann Peoples Wayne L. Prim Foundation Jack & Marianne Schroeder* Patron $600–$1,199 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Barnes Charles & Rita Baumer Dale Brown Wayne Cameron Charles & Lidia Fee Tom & Sherry Gallatin Julia Pastor Rowland Family Charitable Gift Fund John E Sells Mrs. Cheryl Van Brunt Laura & Doug Wheat Associate $150–$599 Anonymous (1) David Anderson & Nancy Kaible Ron & Maureen Ashley

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and still loves him, even though he loves Hermia. Hoping to regain his love, Helena tells Demetrius of the elopement that Hermia and Lysander have planned. At the appointed time, Demetrius stalks into the woods after Lysander and Hermia. Helena follows behind him. In these same woods are a band of fairies, including Oberon, the fairy king, and Titania, his queen and a group of Athenian craftsmen, rehearsing a play that they hope to perform for the duke and his bride. Oberon and Titania are at odds over the custody of a young changeling boy. Seeking revenge, Oberon sends his servant, Puck, to acquire a magical flower, the juice of which makes a person

Theseus is preparing for his marriage to Hippolyta and commissions Philostrate to find suitable amusements for the occasion. Egeus marches into Theseus’s court with his daughter, Hermia, and two young men, Demetrius and Lysander. Egeus wishes Hermia to marry Demetrius (who loves Hermia), but Hermia is in love with Lysander and refuses. Theseus gives Hermia until his wedding to make her decision. Hermia and Lysander plan to escape Athens the following night and marry. They make their intentions known to Hermia’s friend Helena, who was once engaged to Demetrius 10


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fall in love with the first thing they see upon waking. Puck obtains the flower, and Oberon tells him of his plan to use it on the sleeping Titania. Having seen Demetrius act cruelly toward Helena, he orders Puck to spread some of the juice on the eyelids of the young Athenian man. Puck encounters Lysander and Hermia and mistakenly applies the juice to Lysander’s eyes. Lysander happens to see Helena upon awaking and falls deeply in love with her, abandoning Hermia. Confusion abounds as the four lovers dote, fight, and fall asleep with a little help from Puck. When Titania wakes, she falls in love with Bottom whose head Puck has mockingly transformed

into that of a donkey and while she is under this spell, Oberon obtains the changeling boy. Theseus and Hippolyta discover the sleeping lovers in the forest and take them back to Athens to be married—Demetrius now loves Helena, and Lysander now loves Hermia. After the group wedding, the lovers watch Bottom and his fellow craftsmen perform their play, a fumbling, hilarious version of the story of Pyramus and Thisbe. All is well, and the lovers head off to bed. Only Puck remains, to ask the audience for its forgiveness and approval and to urge us to remember the play as though it had all been a dream.

Dramatis Personae Theseus, Duke of Athens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mic Matarrese*

Pease Blossom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joe Atack

Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons, betrothed to Theseus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carie Kawa*

Moth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ryan David O’Byrne*

Egeus, father to Hermia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stitch Marker

Cobweb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sonny Valicenti*

Hermia, daughter to Egeus, in love with Lysander . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lori McNally*


Lysander, in love with Hermia . . . . . . . . . . . . Brad Standley*

Mustard Seed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wesley Gaines McNair

“Athens” and a wood near it.

Demetrius, in love with Hermia . . . . . . . . . Christian Durso*

Production Staff

Helena, in love with Demetrius . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gracyn Mix*

Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Charles Fee

Philostrate, Master of Revels to Theseus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jeffrey C. Hawkins*

Choreographer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Helene Peterson

Quince, a carpenter / Prologue . . . . . . . . . . . Dustin Tucker*

Costume Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Star Moxley

Bottom, a weaver / Pyramus . . . . . . . . . . Shad Willingham*

Lighting Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rick Martin

Scenic Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gage Williams

Flute, a bellows-mender / Thisbe . . . . Ryan David O’Byrne*

Sound Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Peter John Still

Snout, a tinker / Wall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joe Atack

Fight Choreographer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ken Merckx

Snug, a joiner / Lion . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wesley Gaines McNair

Voice and Speech Coach . . . . . . . . . . David Anthony Smith

Starveling, a tailor / Moonshine . . . . . . . . . Sonny Valicenti*

Stage Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tim Kinzel*

Oberon, King of the Fairies . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mic Matarrese*

Assistant Stage Manager . . . . . . . . . . . Kristen Boehnlein*

Titania, Queen of the Fairies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carie Kawa* Puck . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jeffrey C. Hawkins*

Director’s Note While searching for an approach to A Midsummer Night’s Dream I was drawn, rather whimsically, to the music of the “British Invasion” and the idea of setting the play in the mid-1960s. I began to imagine a production of Shakespeare’s “Dream” set to early 60’s pop music, with the “Mechanicals” (Bottom, Flute, Quince & Co.) as a sort of “Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.” London in the 1960s was reported by music critic Ian MacDonald to be, “a city in glorious thrall to a thriving youth culture…the place to

which we must all look to learn how to act, think and dress.” But London’s first incarnation as the city that “swings” might well have been at the turn of the 16th century, the final decade of the Elizabethan period, just about the time that the city’s greatest pop star, William Shakespeare, penned A Midsummer Night’s Dream. While the young in 1590 were hardly “classless,” it was a period of great upward mobility, with a vibrant global economy spurred on by expansionism in the New World. London was the center of government, commerce and the arts. Shakespeare’s London was also

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the progenitor of all “youth cultures” to follow. While I have, occasionally, embraced contemporary settings for the Shakespeare plays in my work, I am aware that this approach can be dangerously reductive, leading the director into the role of literary lion tamer, torturing the text into submission in order to keep it in the cage of comparison. The goal, and only real justification, for this production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream is to create a look and rhythm that will engage the audience in the text and heighten our awareness of what is timeless in the play.

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The actions of the young lovers seem particularly suited to the rhythms and sentiment of the early 60’s love songs; the fairy world of Oberon and Titania, with their magical “flowerpower,” finds a clear equivalent in the spiritual movement inspired by celebrities pilgrimages to India. The lovers’ journey to the woods might be viewed, in this context, as a “consciousness-raising trip.” Whether or not we have achieved our goal will only be discovered in performance. Charles Fee Producing Artistic Director



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Acting Company Joe Atack Snout / Wall / Pease Blossom Joe is really excited to be returning to the acting company for his 4th season on the Mainstage and to be working on his 7th production of D.G. Menchetti Young Shakespeare Program. Shakespeare credits include Demetrius and Quince in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Sea Captain/ Priest in Twelfth Night, Panthino/ Outlaw in The Two Gentlemen of Verona, the title role in Macbeth, Lord Tyrell in Richard III, Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing and Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet. Joe is also Director of Education at LTSF planning and directing all of LTSF’s fantastic education programs including D.G. Menchetti Young Shakespeare, InterACT (in-school residency program) and Midsummer Camps.

Christian Durso* Demetrius Christian Durso has been coming to Lake Tahoe his entire life, so he is beyond thrilled to

make his LTSF debut. Selected credits include: Romeo in Romeo And Juliet at Idaho Shakespeare Festival and Great Lakes Theater; The Winter’s Tale, King Lear, The Tempest, Much Ado, Taming Of The Shrew, Amadeus, at The Old Globe; Macbeth, Midsummer at Shakespeare Santa Cruz. Television: Justin in One Life To Live (ABC); and Guiding Light (CBS). He is a member of the Los Angeles based IAMA Theatre Company. Also a playwright, his plays have been work-shopped and performed in LA and NYC at The Roundabout Underground and The Flea theatre. BFA, NYU. MFA, USD/Old Globe. For his loving family. Keep Tahoe Bard.

Jeffrey C. Hawkins* Philostrate / Puck LTSF: The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Twelfth Night, Complete Works Wm Shakespeare. Off-Broadway: Three Men on a Horse, Memorandum, Incident at Vichy. NYC: TACT, ARS NOVA, Drama League, Mint, Pecadillo, NY Theatre Ballet. Regional: Book Club Play (Cincinnati Playhouse) Doubt (Flatrock Playhouse) Fall of Heaven (Rep Theatre STL) Funny… Forum (Great Lakes Theater) Romeo and Juliet, (Idaho Shakespeare) The Roads that Lead

Here (Guthrie) BoeingBoeing, (Delaware Theatre Co.) The Comedy of Errors, (PCPA Theaterfest). Camera: Masters of Sex, Royal Pains, Blue Bloods, Smash, Gifted Man, Big C, Walking with the Enemy, Across the Universe, Max Payne 3, L.A. Noire, Red Dead Redemption, Warriors, GTA Series. Training: PCPA, MFAUniversity Delaware. Company: TACT, NYC. SAG/AEA/AFTRA

Carie Kawa*

company member for 30 seasons. He’s played Malvolio in three different ISF productions of Twelfth Night and directed the play for the apprentice company. Stitch has also worked with Boise Contemporary Theater, Idaho Theater for Youth, Company of Fools, Southeast Ensemble Theatre, Knock ‘em Dead, Idaho Dance Theatre, Drop Dance, Ballet Idaho, Opera Idaho and several guest artist roles for Boise State Theater Department, including Don Quixote in Man of La Mancha. Stitch has done a bunch of educational theater tours and a fair amount of radio, television and film. Stitch loves Lake Tahoe.

Titania / Hippolyta Previously with Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival, Olivia (Twelfth Night). Off-Broadway and national tour: Alice (Henry V), Sarah Evans (The Spy), Bertha (Jane Eyre). Regional: Portia (Julius Caesar), Hero (Much Ado About Nothing), Elmire (Tartuffe), Viola (Twelfth Night). Carie received her MFA from The Academy for Classical Acting at George Washington University, and her BA from Occidental College. 

Stitch Marker Egeus Since Idaho Shakespeare Festival’s debut in 1977, Stitch has been an acting

Mic Matarrese* Theseus / Oberon Mic lives in Newark, Delaware with his wife and daughter, where he is a member of the Resident Ensemble Players at the University of Delaware, about to start its sixth season. This is his first season with LTSF. Favorite roles played along the road across the country are Stanley Kowalski (A Streetcar Named Desire), The Commandant (Way to Heaven), Jacob Marley (A Christmas Carol), Richard Greatham (Hay Fever), Willie Stark (All the King’s Men), Vanya (Uncle Vanya), Raskolnikov (Crime and Punishment), and most recently Patrick

Wilcox in the worldpremiere of Theresa Rebeck’s new play Fever, the second such collaboration with the playwright.

Wesley Gaines McNair Snug / Lion / Mustard Seed This is Wesley’s first production with Lake Tahoe! He has spent the past three years pursuing a BFA in Theater Performance at UNR, with university roles including: Player King/Bernardo in Hamlet in Original Pronunciation, Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Home Spirit in the devised work I Am the Pilot In Command. He wishes to thank the faculty of the Theater and Dance department, specifically Rob Gander, Jonathon Taylor, and Susan Pfeffer, for their guidance, insight, and inspirational work.

Lori McNally* Hermia Off-Broadway: Angie/ Mail Order Bride /The Beckett Theatre, Iris/ La Tempestad / The Ohio. Other New York theater: Lynn/ 64: A Vaudeville of the Mind / HERE Arts,

Ensemble /FPSVD / NYC Fringe Festival ’11, Jennie / Lotus Feet / Theater for the New City. Regional Credits: Celia/ As You Like It / Southwest Shakespeare, Juliet/ Romeo and Juliet / Saratoga Shakespeare, Wendy/ J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan / Dorset Theatre Festival and others. Education: Postgraduate diploma in classical acting from LAMDA. B.A. from Cornell University. Aluma of Actors Theatre of Louisville acting apprentice company.

Gracyn Mix* Helena Gracyn is thrilled to be working at the beautiful Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival for the first time. Her previous credits include: Cape Fear Regional Theatre— Pride and Prejudice (Elizabeth Bennet); Illinois Shakespeare Festival—As You Like It (Rosalind), The Rivals (Lydia Languish); Dallas Shakespeare—Cyrano de Bergerac (Sister Claire); Great River Shakespeare Festival— Titus Andronicus (Lavinia); SMU— Othello (Desdemona), The Skriker (Lily), Big Love (Lydia). She has a BFA from Southern Methodist University and is a member of the Actors’ Equity Association. Love and thanks to her always supportive family and friends!

*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. Actors’ Equity Association (AEA), founded in 1913, represents more than 45,000 actors and stage managers in the United States. Equity seeks to advance, promote and foster the art of live theatre as an essential component of our society. Equity negotiates wages and working conditions, providing a wide range of benefits, including health and pension plans. AEA is a member of the AFL-CIO, and is affiliated with FIA, an international organization of performing arts unions. The Equity emblem is our mark of excellence. 14


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Ryan David O’Byrne*

Proud member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA. Brad is a singer/songwriter and has toured Europe and soon North Africa, with his band The Foxflies and his solo project Standley.

Flute / Thisbe / Moth Ryan is a graduate of the Juilliard School’s Drama division: Group 40. Great Lakes Theater: The Mousetrap. Idaho Shakespeare Festival: The Mousetrap and Romeo and Juliet. Peterborough Players: Measure for Measure. In New York: MoMA PS1 with Ann Liv Young, Joe’s Pub: Our Hit Parade, La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club: Squirts: New Voices in Queer Performance, Culture Project: The Seagull and premiered new work at Culture Project. Juilliard: Clybourne Park, The Seagull, Merchant of Venice and Macbeth. 

Brad Standley* Lysander Brad is excited to be returning to LTSF as Lysander in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. LTSF patrons might remember him as Lysander and Richmond in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Richard III in 2008. Favorite roles: Claude in HAIR (European Tour, dir. David Gilmore), Malcolm in The Full Monty (CLO South Bay) and Thomas Weaver in The Story of My Life (West Coast Premiere). Musical Theater BFA from CSU Fullerton.

in The Firebird (LA Philharmonic), Abacus (Sundance Film Festival, REDCAT LA, EMPAC), The Children (Theater at Boston Court in LA), Romeo and Juliet (The Acting Company), Henry V (The Acting Company). It is such a pleasure to be back at Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival.

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Peter Quince LTSF debut. Broadway: The Rainmaker (Roundabout). OffBroadway: Stone Cold Dead Serious (Edge); Life is a Dream (SoHo Rep.); La Dispute (Primary Stages). Regional credits: Fully Committed, Santaland Diaries, The 39 Steps (Portland Stage Company); ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore, The Rainmaker (Williamstown Theatre Festival); Mystery of Irma Vep, Valere in La Bête and Hotspur in Henry IV: Part 1 (Theater at Monmouth); Boeing-Boeing (Sierra Repertory Theatre); Interlochen Shakespeare Festival and The Last Night of Ballyhoo (Festival Stage of Winston-Salem). Dustin is an Affiliate Artist with Portland Stage Company and a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.

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Shad Willingham*


Bottom / Pyramus Shad Willingham is an actor, director and playwright. Upon receiving his MFA from University of Washington, Shad joined the Oregon Shakespeare Festival performing in almost 20 productions. In 2008 Shad accepted a teaching position at Tulane University. While there Shad appeared in numerous plays: The 39 Steps, The Seafarer, South Pacific and Julius Caesar, among them. Shad acts & directs regularly. Recently directing Twelfth Night for New Orleans Shakespeare Festival and appearing in Noises Off with Idaho Shakespeare Festival. Shad recently wrote, directed and starred in the world premiere of his play Ham for the Holidays. This February Shad directed Romeo and Juliet for California State University, Northridge where is currently a professor of acting.


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Designers & Directors Rick Martin Lighting Designer Theatre: US premiere of Kurt Weil’s Marie Galante (Opéra Français de NY), The Illiad and The Rage of Achilles with MusicTheatre Group (New York) and The Bitter Tears of Petra van Kant (Henry Miller Theatre, New York). Opera: Le Diable dans le Beffroi, La Chute de la Maison Usher (Opéra national de Paris – scenery and lighting), Dialogues des Carmélites (Opéra de Toulon), Pelléas et Méllisande and To Be Sung (Opéra Français de NY) and Roméo et Juliette (Spoleto Festival USA). Concerts: Harawi (Opéra Comique, Paris – scenery and lighting), Le martyre de Saint Sébastien (Cité de la Musique, Paris), Orchestre national de Lyon and the Orchestre de Champs Élysées (Lyon, Poitiers, Montevideo, São Paulo). Upcoming: Les Sept dernières Paroles du Christ en Croix (Lisbon) Member: United Scenic Artists, Local USA 829, IATSE.

Helene Peterson Choreographer Helene returns to LTSF for a third year. She was the choreographer for 2010’s The

Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) and 2011’s Twelfth Night. Nineteen seasons of choreography for the Idaho Shakespeare Festival include: A Christmas Carol, The Tempest, Cymbeline, Much Ado About Nothing, You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown, The Fantasticks, I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change, and Romeo and Juliet. Helene holds a MFA in dance from New York University, Tisch School of the Arts. She was awarded a Fellowship from the Idaho Commission on the Arts for Artistic Excellence in 2006.

Star Moxley Costume Designer A resident designer with Idaho Shakespeare Festival for 22 seasons her designs include Macbeth, Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, Twelfth Night, As You Like It, Henry V, The Three Musketeers, The Winter’s Tale, She Stoops to Conquer, Arms and the Man, Waiting for Godot, Quilters, and Much Ado About Nothing. She also designs for Idaho Theater for Youth, Boise Contemporary Theater and Great Lakes Theater. Star’s designs have been awarded and exhibited at International competitions as well as awarded for excellence in the arts. She is currently working as an installation artist and is a member of USA 829.

Peter John Still Sound Designer Peter is happy and honored to be back beside this spectacularly beautiful lake. Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival: The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Twelfth Night and The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged). Broadway: Golden Boy, Awake and Sing! OffBroadway: Henry IV part 1, Blood and Gifts, Don Juan, Cymbeline, Pericles and Twelfth Night. London West End: The Best of Friends, Breaking the Code, It’s Ralph. Drama Desk nomination 2002. New College, Oxford; Komyozan Dojo in Boise’s North End.

FOX, HBO, Showtime, ESPN, Disney, VH-1, and MTV. Williams received a CableACE Award for his Art Direction of the Showtime film Mastergate. At the University of Utah he serves as Chair of the Department of Theatre and Executive Director of Salt Lake Shakespeare, Babcock Theatre and Studio 115.



Donald R. “Chris” Christensen Technical Director Chris is pleased to return to LTSF for his 13th season. Chris worked with a previous production company for 6 years as a designer and then returned to LTSF as Technical Director. When not in Lake Tahoe Chris resides in Grass Valley and works as an Independent Theatrical Consultant.

Mark Cytron Technical Director

Gage Williams Scenic Designer This is Gage’s third season with Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival. Elsewhere he has designed sets for numerous regional theater and opera companies including Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Great Lakes Theater, Actors Theatre of Phoenix, Childsplay, Pioneer Theatre Company, and Utah Opera Company. Art Direction for television includes productions for ABC, CBS, NBC,

Mark is returning for his fourth season at Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival. Mark also holds the position of Technical Director at Great Lakes Theater in Cleveland, Ohio and Idaho Shakespeare Festival. He enjoys the opportunity to work here at Sand Harbor, in one of the most beautiful theaters in the world. He earned his BA in Theater from Beloit College.

Christopher D. Flinchum Production Manager Chris joined LTSF in 2010 and celebrates his fourth season with the company. Chris is also the Production

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Manager of LTSF’s partner companies, Idaho Shakespeare Festival and Great Lakes Theater. He has a long history with GLT, serving as Production Stage Manager on over twenty productions over seven seasons. Chris also served as Director of Production for Cleveland Opera for two seasons. He has toured nationally with The Acting Company’s musical productions of The Comedy of Errors and O, Pioneers, concluding with an off-Broadway run. Other New York credits include productions for Lincoln Center Institute, The American Symphony Orchestra, The Women’s Project and Mannes Opera. Chris holds a BFA from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts.

Tim Kinzel*

Esther M. Haberlen

Terry Martin

Costume Director

Graduate of Wittenberg University. Regional credits include; Scenic Design, Scenic Artist, Props Artist for such companies as Circle Repertory Theater (NYC), SOHO Repertory Theater (NYC), Lincoln Center Institute (NYC) (Associate Artistic Director), Cleveland Opera, Cleveland Public Theater, Cleveland Ballet, Cleveland Institute of Music, Lyric Opera Cleveland, Ensemble Theater, Dobama Theater, Porthouse Theater, Kent State Univ., Baldwin Wallace College, Tri-C West, Berea Summer Theater. Terry also holds the position of Properties Master for Great Lakes Theater and Idaho Shakespeare Festival.

Esther M. Haberlen is thrilled to return for her third season with LTSF. Esther holds a BFA in Theater Production & Design from State University of New York – Fredonia and is a native of Syracuse, NY. Since joining the staff of Great Lakes Theater in 2003 Esther has held the positions of Wardrobe Crew, Stitcher, Draper, Wardrobe Supervisor and Assistant Shop Manager, joining the staff of Idaho Shakespeare in 2006. Esther happily splits her year between Boise, ID and her home in Cleveland, OH with her amazingly talented and supportive husband, Richard.

Stage Manager Tim is back for a third season with Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival. Previous credits with LTSF include: The Two Gentlemen of Verona and Twelfth Night. Tim has multiple stage management credits from the following companies: Great Lakes Theater, Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Playwrights Horizon, Cherry Lane Theater NYC and Houston’s Stages Repertory Theatre. He also holds multiple production assistant and intern credits with Alley Theater, Houston Grand Opera and Stages Repertory Theater. An enormous gratitude goes out to Tim’s family, friends and coworkers for being rock stars in his life. Go Tribe! Properties Master



Kristen Boehnlein* Assistant Stage Manager Kristen is thrilled to be making her debut with the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival this summer! She holds a BA in Theater Studies from Kent State University and hails from Cleveland, Ohio. Other credits include Great Lakes Theater (Mousetrap, The Winter’s Tale, The Imaginary Invalid, A Christmas Carol, Blithe Spirit), and Idaho Shakespeare Festival (Mousetrap, The Winter’s Tale, Blithe Spirit.) Jessica Lucas Company Manager Robbin Goebel Associate Company Manager Bill Langenhop Master Carpenter Lindsay Loar Master Carpenter Richard Haberlen Carpenter

Will Ledbetter Carpenter Daniel Sincell Carpenter Spencer Beal Carpenter Casey Burke-Ruhl Theatre Carpenter/ Run Crew Angi Grow Charge Scenic Artist Paul Michael Miller Lighting Supervisor Gregory S. Falcione Master Electrician Kyle Moore Electrician Patrick Kiernan Sound Engineer Alexandra Bierschwal Sound Intern Leah Parker Loar Assistant Costume Director Keri Fitch First Hand Jamie Farkas Stitcher Theresa Whittle Stitcher/Dresser Anji Dunn Wardrobe Supervisor Christopher Ersing Dresser

Management Before coming to GLT, he worked as business manager for several for-profit and not-forprofit organizations.

1991, and Great Lakes Theater in Cleveland, OH since 2002.

Charles Fee Director/ Producing Artistic Director 2013 marks Charlie’s fourth season as Producing Artistic Director of Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival. This season he directs  A Midsummer Night’s Dream, by William Shakespeare. Charlie is Producing Artistic Director of three, independently operated, professional theater companies, including Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival, Idaho Shakespeare Festival in Boise, ID since

Prior to his work in Nevada, Idaho and Ohio, he served as artistic director of Sierra Repertory Theatre in Sonora, California. He has worked with such companies as The Old Globe, La Jolla Playhouse, the Milwaukee and Missouri Repertory Theaters, Actor’s Theatre of Phoenix, and the Los Angeles Shakespeare Festival. Charlie has garnered significant awards for artistic leadership in Boise and Cleveland.   Charlie shares his life with an incredibly supportive family, his wife Lidia and 18-yearold daughter, Alexa.

Bob Taylor Executive Director Bob Taylor became Executive Director of Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival in June 2010. In addition to his duties in Tahoe, he remains the Executive Director of Great Lakes Theater in Cleveland—a position he has held since 2003. He manages a number of areas including finance, development, human resources, planning, and general administration.

Bob is a fellow of the 2013 Chief Executive Program, a threeyear program for 100 leaders in the US and abroad that are working together to address the competitive challenges, financial health and continued relevance of the arts. Bob is an adjunct faculty member at Baldwin Wallace University, and regularly is asked to speak on career opportunities in theater management. He serves in an advisory capacity to the Beck Center for the Arts, a community arts organization in Lakewood, Ohio.

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Outreach M i ds u m m e r C a m p A Summer Theater Series for Students Ages 4-16 Our Midsummer Camp immerses students in fun, interactive and educational theater-based activities. The series of weeklong summer theater camps affords students a unique opportunity to work with and learn from Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival’s professional actors/ teaching artists in a safe and supportive environment. Featuring exciting activities for the young actor in your family, our Midsummer Camp introduces students to the extraordinary works of William Shakespeare, provides a place for participants to sing and dance their hearts out and enables each attendee to develop their talents. Four Different Offerings: Select Multiple Camps & Save! Camps begin July 22nd and run weekly though August 9th. Each weeklong camp culminates with a recital performance.

Young Shakespeare Performance Calendar Date Venue  


07/29   CVIC Hall, Minden, NV  

10:00 AM

07/30   Warren Edward Trepp Stage, Sand Harbor State Park, NV  

10:00 AM  

07/31  Warren Edward Trepp Stage, Sand Harbor State Park, NV  

10:00 AM  


10:00 AM

Warren Edward Trepp Stage, Sand Harbor State Park, NV

08/02   Valhalla Boathouse Theatre, Tahoe Tallac, CA   

11:00 AM  

08/02    Valhalla Boathouse Theatre, Tahoe Tallac, CA   

2:00 PM    

D.G. Menchetti

08/05   Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater, Bartley Ranch, Reno, NV  

7:30 PM  

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08/06   Warren Edward Trepp Stage, Sand Harbor State Park, NV  

10:00 AM  

08/07   Warren Edward Trepp Stage, Sand Harbor State Park, NV  

10:00 AM  

08/08   Warren Edward Trepp Stage, Sand Harbor State Park, NV  

10:00 AM  

Please visit for more information and to sign up!

Since 2002 Young Shakespeare has entertained over 50,000 children and their families around the region. Join us this summer as we present an hour-long adaptation of William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream specifically designed for children and adults alike!

Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival would like to thank the great venues that allow us to present Young Shakespeare.

From July 29 – August 8th the D.G. Menchetti Young Shakespeare Program presents an interactive, exciting interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, created with the young audience member in mind. This production is set in the late 1880’s with fairies, a circus and young love entangled by mischievous magic. With great costumes, music, audience interaction, and of course some of Shakespeare’s most hilarious characters, it promises to be fun for the whole family! This production is directed by Festival Director of Education, Joe Atack, and features a fabulous cast of professional actors and young aspiring actors training and learning from their castmates. All performances are FREE, but reservations are required due to capacity limits at each venue. Visit to reserve your tickets.

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On Monday nights, Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival is pleased to bring you fantastic entertainment featuring the best of the region and beyond! For full details and tickets, please visit or call 800-74-SHOWS. All performances are at 7:30 p.m.

(Tickets: $30 to $85) The Phil

Lakisha Jones. Reno Chamber Orchestra Classical Music Under the Stars: Nevada Chamber Single Tickets:$30 $39-$89 (Tickets: to $85) Music Festival at Tables: $190-$380 the Lake July 22 Enjoy Broadway on Single Tickets: $25-$80 the Beach: Broadway Tables: $160-$320 Bash, with the Reno Join Artistic Director/ Philharmonic Orchestra violist Theodore Kuchar, led by Laura Jackson, Grammy-nominated plus Capathia Jenkins violinist, James Buswell, and Darius de Haas. It’s and Reno Chamber the best of everything– Orchestra principal from Broadway classics to high-energy hits from musicians Ruth Lenz Giselle rock musicals. A one-of- (violin), Rong-Huey Liu (oboe) and Peter a-kind experience in a (Tickets: to $70) Lenz (cello) for an magical venue$22 that you unforgettable evening won’t want to miss. of chamber music under the stars. These stunning ballet, Giselle artists represent the internationally renowned Nevada Chamber Music professional dancers.Festival (presented annually by RCO). Reno Philharmonic Orchestra Broadway on the Beach July 15



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and the hero, Franz, through the romantic device of a beautiful doll created by the obsessive Dr. Coppelius. Coppelia features top professional ballet artists and a company of twenty dancers.

Reno Jazz Orchestra The Jazz Soul of Porgy and Bess August 5 Single Tickets: $22-$70 Tables: $140-$280 Originally conceived by George Gershwin as an “American folk opera,” Porgy and Bess premiered in 1935. This summer, the seventeen piece RJO proudly introduces Tahoe audiences to the American classic which features jazz and gospel interpretations of immortal songs such as Summertime and It Ain’t Necessarily So. Joining the RJO is Pat Esters Gospel Choir.

Single Tickets: $25-$60 Tables: $120-$240

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Enjoy the energy and talent of one of the best bands in the land. Performing an infectious assortment of rock/pop’s greatest hits in full costume, this extraordinary ensemble will set Sand Harbor a-rockin’, featuring music from the 1960s to the present.

Sierra Nevada Ballet Coppelia July 29 Single Tickets: $22-$70 Tables: $140-$280 A comic love story, Coppelia has roots in reality as well as fantasy. The ballet tests the relationship of the heroine, Swanilda,

Enjoy a riveting pair of living history performances. Meet the landmark United States First Lady, Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, and discover her opinions about the individual’s role in a world torn by war, hardship, and uncertainty. Then, get acquainted with Ernie Pyle, the Pulitzer Prizewinning reporter that chronicled the Great Depression and World War II – personifying the essential spirit and drama of the “Greatest Generation.”

“Living History” Lake Tahoe Chautauqua Eleanor Roosevelt and Ernie Pyle August 12 Single Tickets: $22-$62 Tables: $124-$248

TOCCATA–Tahoe Symphony Orchestra & Chorus and Tahoe Players Les Misérables in Concert August 19 Single Tickets: $25-$80 Tables: $160-$320

Les Misérables has thrilled audiences worldwide for over two decades. This summer, two regional companies will present the musical theater classic in an extraordinary concert format, conducted by Maestro James Rawie and directed by Lily Baran, for the first time ever in the RenoTahoe area.

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