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Kayla Hill Camille Primeau Emily Davidson Peaseblossom Meredith Kelly Hayley Boggs Mustardseed Madeline Thibault Mahari Conston Moth Jackie Cano Andrew Lipian Tom Cilluffo Justin Burgess Wedding Party Theseus Samuel Kidd Kevin Starnes Hippolyta Kayleigh Jardine David Weigel Zachary Crowle Quince Benton DeGroot Jonathan Harris Flute Christopher Wolf Daniel Iammatteo Snug Matthew Fleisher Joseph Johnson Snout Dorian Dillard II Camron Gray Starveling Tanner Hoertz Darius Gillard Josh Lovell Hermia, in love with Lysander Kristen Dininno Micaela Aldridge Demetrius, in love with Hermia Michael Floriano Yazid Pierce-Gray Helena, in love with Demetrius Elise Vikari Margaret Tigue.
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Call for more information. First St. University Philharmonia Orchestra Violin I Paulina Tsao, Ayana Terauchi. Tom Lacy Clarinet Harry Hwang, Leo Kim Bassoon Liam Jackson Horn Carrie Rexroat, Kevin Flannagan Trumpet David Kamper Harp Kristin Quint, Melody Stein Percussion Synopsis On the day of the wedding reception of Theseus and Hippolyta at the Athenian Country Club in California, circa , the pool boy Robin begins to imagine that the yoga instructor and golf pro are magically transformed into Tytania, and Oberon — queen and king of the fairies, and that he, Robin, has become Puck, attendant to Oberon.
Four flower girls who are there for the wedding are transformed into fairy attendants to Tytania.
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As Oberon and Tytania quarrel, Puck is sent to find a magic flower that will induce Tytania to fall in love with the first creature she sees upon waking. Lysander and Hermia decide to elope, as she wishes to get out of an arranged engagement to Demetrius, which is complicated by the fact that Demetrius, also in love with Hermia, is being pursued by Helena, who is hopelessly in love with him. As Demetrius scornfully rejects Helena, Oberon orders Puck to seek out Demetrius and make him fall in love with Helena with the help of the magic flower. The six caterers get together to rehearse a play they hope to present at the wedding reception.
Quince, the director of the play, hands out scripts, and all agree to meet later to rehearse again. The four lovers are hurled into violent discord. As the story proceeds, they bicker until Puck sends them to sleep and they wake up cured. Bottom, too, is eventually restored and Oberon and Tytania also make their peace.
Pyramus and Thisbe is successfully performed before the assembled wedding guests. Oberon, Tytania, and the fairies bless the sleeping household—with Puck having the last word. Perhaps the greatest of his many legacies is the revival of English opera.
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Britten was born in Lowestoft and began writing music at an early age. A conscientious objector, in , Britten moved to the USA with the tenor Peter Pears, his lifelong partner and muse. They returned to England in , crossing a submarine-infested Atlantic while working together on the first draft of the opera Peter Grimes. For the rest of his life he remained at the forefront of British music, with other great works including War Requiem , Symphony for Cello and Orchestra and Phaedra His music always celebrates and encourages the ingenuity and creativity of his performers, a legacy continued today by the Aldeburgh Festival, which he founded in He showed an early aptitude for the piano, and began his musical studies at 5.
He enrolled at the Royal College of Music in He met Benjamin Britten in , and in , they presented their first joint concert. Over the next 25 years, they would present concerts throughout Europe and America.
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With Britten and Eric Crozier, Pears was one of the founders of the Aldeburgh Festival, in , in the fishing village along the Suffolk seacoast where Britten was born. Pears remained a director of the festival until his death. He was knighted by Queen Elizabeth in Pears died in April BM Vocal Perf.
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Gary Decker Scenic Designer Asst. Professor, Dept. Recent University of Michigan designs include Ah, Wilderness! He has been a visiting faculty member at the Central-St. Decker has been on the faculty of the Department of Theatre and Drama since An operatic coach for young artist programs nationally, she recently was a judge for the prestigious Tucker Awards. Rob Murphy Lighting Designer is an Assoc. Professor of Design in the Dept. Theatre now the Kansas City Rep. Stage direction: over productions in the U. Michayla Jane Q.
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