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Silicon Valley Shakespeare presents

A Midsummer Night's Dream

Sunday, July 14, 2019, 6PM

VENUE: Charmaine's Garden Terrace


A Midsummer Night's Dream
Photo: Evelyn Huynh


Presented by:

Silicon Valley Shakespeare

Supported, in part, by a Cultural Affairs grant from the City of San Jose.

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NOTE: This event has reached capacity and we cannot accommodate any additional cars or walk-ups.

Silicon Valley Shakespeare’s all-female cast presents this family friendly comedy full of whimsy and wonder for FREE at Montalvo Art Center!


Love is even more complicated when you add magic! While the king and queen of the fairies, Oberon and Titania are quarreling, Oberon’s right-hand sprite, Puck, is ready for mischief…and with humans such as the young Athenian lovers running about and the troupe of amateur actors trying to rehearse a play for the Duke’s nuptial day in the middle of the fairy’s forest, it couldn’t be easier.

Written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Cindy Weisberg


Oberon: Elizabeth Cox
Titania: Sara Trupski
Puck: Kristin Hall
Bottom: Doll Piccotto
Quince: Regina Kohl
Snug: Valerie Singer
Snout: Patty Reinhart
Starveling/Egeus: Merav Berger
Flute: Alexandra Teixeira
Helena: April Culver
Demetrius: Alea Selburn
Hermia: Erin Southard
Lysander: Ellen Dunphy
Theseus: Jennifer Levine
Hyppolita/Peaseblossom: Annalisa Tkacheff
Philostrate/Cobweb: Valerie Valenzuela
Mustardseed: Ellie Schwartz*
Violet: Rayne Ryan*

*2019 SVS Acting Intern


Since 1999, Silicon Valley Shakespeare has breathed new life into the classics through unique and relevant theatrical experiences that illuminate and inspire modern audiences. They provide high-quality and affordable theatrical experiences and educational programs, allowing them to reach a diverse audience and build a new generation of theatregoers.