A Midsummer Night’s Dream

By William Shakespeare

Directed by Thomas Martin
Lynn Woods – Pennybrook Road Entrance (106 Pennybrook Road for GPS)

July 29 - 7PM
July 30 - 4PM
August 6 - 4PM
August 7 - 4PM
August 13 - 4PM
August 14 - 4PM

FREE ADMISSION - Reservations encouraged as we only allow 50 people per performance. 


Rory Boyd as Oberon/Bottom
Cassie Foote as Titania/Flute
Cassandra Meyer as Puck
Lisa Burdick as Egeus/Quince
Sarah Mass as Hermia/Starvling
Tim Strauhal as Lysander/Snout
Laura Baronet as Helena/Snug
Nicolas Chuba as Demetrius
Michael Barry as Theseus
Siobahn Carroll as Hippolyta
Sarah Milnamow as Fairy

 One of Shakespeare’s most beloved comedies, A Midsummer Night’s Dream revolves around four love-struck youths who must find their way through the forest and to each other, while overcoming the obstacles of the fairies and the will of the Duke.  Love potions are used, tricks are played, and one man (an actor, no less) has his head transformed into that of a donkey!

Please join us for our fifth annual Summer Shakespeare!  We will be returning to Lynn Woods for this delightful romp through an Athenian forest.  The beauty that Lynn has to offer will be on full display as the backdrop to this Shakespearian classic!

Silence! The Musical
By Jon and Al Kaplan and Hunter Bell

Directed by James Tallach
Music Direction by Tim Lawton
Choreography by Nicole Spirito
Assistant Direction by Cassandra Murkison

LynnArts Black Box, 25 Exchange Street

October 7-30, 2016



Lisa McDonough as Clarice
Chas Kircher as Hannibal
Jeremiah O'Sullivan as Buffalo Bill
Samantha Gambaccini as Catherine/Senator/Lamb
Michael Barry as Crawford/Papa/Lamb
Ariel Sargent as Ardelia/Lamb
Alexander Colacchio as Pembry/Lamb
Ricky DeSisto as Dr. Chilton/Lamb

Winner: 2012 Best Musical Off Broadway Alliance

Silence! The Musical is a hilarious parody based on the Academy Award winning film. Voted Best Musical of 2012 by the Off Broadway Alliance and one of TIME Magazine’s Top 10 shows of 2012, Silence! is sure to have you screaming with laughter. More than naughty at times, the show features a chorus of floppy eared lambs narrating the action as Buffalo Bill dances a hoedown, and Dr. Lecter laments behind bars about the life he’d like to lead.  The New York Times remarked on this show as a “hilarious takedown! Makes those naughty ditties in The Book of Mormon seem like trunk songs dropped from The Sound of Music.”

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Lynn Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

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