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A Midsummer Night's Dream

Pier A Park, Hoboken, NJ 

June 7, 2004

A panoramic shot of the Pier A stage during the show's opening scene court scene


Hermia (Jennifer Short) and Lysander (John Trigonis) plot to run away.

A distraught Helena (Paula Galloway) laments her loss of Demetrius.


Mechanicals Flute (David Law), Snout (Lisa Perez) and Bottom (Carlos R, Fernandez) attempt to "act" out their tragedy of Pyramus and Thisbe. 

Bottom gives his take on Pyramus to his director, a fed up Peter Quince (L. Robert Johnson).


The fairies protect the Changeling boy (Carlos R. Fernandez)


 The dueling lovers Titania (Gyda Arber) and Oberon (Joshua Hill) square off.


Oberon plots with his servant Puck to get his revenge on Titania.


Having fallen in love with a transformed Bottom, Titania orders her fairies to attend on him.


A "reformed" Demetrius (Nathan DeCoux) expresses his love to a dumbfounded Helena (Paula Galloway).


 Lysander and Demetrius fight over Helena.

A dumbstruck Hermia listens to Helena as the infected men fight over her.

Flute and Bottom finally present their tragedy Thisbe and Pyramus


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Kenilworth Borough Hall   Meadowland Park   Stratford Main Library

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