A Midsummer Night's Dream
Sinatra Park, Hoboken, NJ
June 14, 2004
A panoramic shot of the opening mechanicals scene.
Lysander (John Trigonis, left) pleads his worthiness to Duke Theseus (Joshua Hill) in Hermia's (Jennifer Short, right) behalf as Hippolyta (Gyda Arber), Demetrius' fiancée listens.
Aegeus (L. Robert Johnson) puts forward his candidate for Hermia's hand, Demetrius (Ashby Hill).
An unsatisfied Bottom (Carlos R. Fernandez) is angered that he cannot play all the parts in the mechanical's play.
Bottom instructs Snug (Michelle Smith) how to introduce the role of Lion into their play, while they rehearse at Titania's bower.
A celebrity struck fairy (Michelle Smith) listens to Puck (Andrew Gruen) recount his grand life of crime.
Jealous Oberon (Joshua Hill) tries to first tries to verbally persuade Titania (Gyda Arber) to give up her Changeling servant and when that doesn't work he puts a love spell on her.
Oberon directs Puck (Andrew Gruen) to seek out the flower which contains the love potion.
Oberon makes the motor mouthed Puck come to the point.
Titania and her fairies attend on the transformed Bottom.
A pre spell bound Demetrius (Ashby Hill) cannot wait to get away from a relentless Helena (Paula Galloway).
After his hit with the love potion, Demetrius won't leave Helena's side.
Love struck fools Lysander (John Trigonis) and Demetrius (Ashby Hill) fight over Helena as a dumbfounded Hermia (Jennifer Short) looks on.
The prologue is addressed by Peter Quince (L. Robert Johnson).
Pyramus (Carlos. R. Fernandez) and Thisbe (David Law) meet at the Wall (Lisa Perez)
A very frightened Moonshine (Katherine Harte) tries to compose herself in her scene with Lion (Michelle Smith).
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