|Shakespeare's classic romantic tragedy|
Performed outdoors in Twin Cities area parks
|Directed by Hannah Steblay-Olson|
Set up your blanket or lawn chair, bring a picnic and enjoy a little bit of Shakespeare. We'll choose a nice spot in the park to perform, with the best accommodations for the audience (preferably on a hill). Performances will go on unless outdoor conditions are dangerous.
|Program, June 2013|
Juliet: Audrey Anderson
Romeo: Ryan London Levin
Nurse: Karen Bix
Friar Laurence: H. Wesley McClain
Capulet: Daniel Reynolds
Lady Capulet: Martha Heyl
Mercutio: Timothy J. Daly
Benvolio: Michael Bloom
Prince, Ensemble: Ryan J. Coble
Tybalt, Ensemble: Dietrich Poppen
Balthasar, Ensemble: Spencer Harrison Levin
Abraham, Ensemble: Dylan Ward
Montague, Ensemble: Jonathan Brandt
Paris, Gregory, Ensemble: Jordon Johnson
Sampson, Ensemble: Samuel Poppen
Peter, Ensemble: Cat Potts
Lady Montague, Ensemble: Leah Liberman
Ensemble: Rubianna Sovell-Fernandez
Directed by: Hannah Steblay-Olson
Choreographer: Jane Shockley
Fight Choreographer: Connor Bohne
Production Manager: April Jopek
Assistant Director: Maeve Handley
Costumes by: Samantha Kuhn
|For information, e-mail email@example.com or call 612-382-8721 (April)|
Committed to "Embiggen the Bard," The Cromulent Shakespeare Company breathes new life into classical plays with a creative and ensemble-based approach. We encourage gender-neutral casting and are open to providing theatre opportunities to all types and skill levels.
Since its start in 1996, the company has performed all around the land of lakes in parks and small theaters.
Past Cromulent productions: Merry Wives of Windsor, Julius Caesar, Troilus & Cressida, Hamlet, Wyrd Sisters, Bottom's Dream, The Tempest, Richard III, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Three Sisters, Much Ado About Nothing, Titus Andronicus, King Lear, A Midsummer Night's Dream, A Comedy of Errors, As you Like It, Macbeth, Twelfth Night, Love's Labour's Lost and Romeo and Juliet. Adaptations, classics and new works include: Weyward Magic, Falstaff, Sense and Sensibility, Cyrano de Bergerac, Theatre 101, Monsters of Poetry, What I Wil, Robin Hood, Lysistrata Lesson, Fairy Tale Network. and the improvisational show, Stud Game.
|. . . the classic Discworld novel brought to the stage by The Cromulent Shakespeare Company, was part of the North American Discworld Convention (NADWCon), July 8-11, 2011, in Madison, WI. Guest of honor, Sir Terry Pratchett himself, author of the Discworld series, lauded the production.|
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