Fort Lovrijenac, Dubrovnik, Croatia | June 21ST to 28TH 2014 at 9:30PM
Midsummer Scene is a new festival starting on the first day of summer set to become an annual event bringing international artists to Croatia and offering more to Dubrovnik visitors.
Midsummer scene is a joint project of Honey-tongued Theatre Productions, London and Brilliant Events, Dubrovnik and supported by Dubrovnik Tourist Board and the City of Dubrovnik.
Read more on: www.midsummer-scene.com
Shakespeare in Dubrovnik
One of the world’s most beloved comedies, A Midsummer Night’s Dream by the legendary Elizabethan playwright William Shakespeare comes to Dubrovnik this summer, where it will be performed at Lovrijenac Fortress, the most famous open air venue in this part of Europe.
The city of Dubrovnik joins the celebrations marking William Shakespeare’s 450th birthday with the first play commissioned from an English company to be performed in Lovrijenac in more than twenty years.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a classic Shakespearean comedy focusing on themes of love, passion, magic, mistaken identity and even theatre itself. It is one of the most widely performed plays from the Bard’s back catalogue.
Set in the era of early silent film, this production aims to create the Faery world against the alluring backdrop of the silver screen evoking the golden age of Hollywood.
The English cast, directed by Gary Wright, includes two Croatian actors and is supported by international creative team.
Director: Gary Wright
Artistic Director/Producer (HTTP): Filip Krenus
Executive Producers (Brilliant Events): Darija Mikulandra Žanetić & Jelena Maržić
Assistant Director: James Billington
Costume Designer: Unai Telleria – Bolinaga
Choreographer: Alan Meggs
Assistant Choreographer: Victoria Barker
Fight Choreographer: Dan Styles
Composer: Dean Kopri
Sound Mixer: Rajko Lončarić
Video: Luka Štemberger
Photographer: John Drennan
Graphic & Web Design: Davor Pukljak
Puck: George Oliver
Theseus/Oberon: Dominik Golding
Hippolyta/Titania: Csilla Barath – Bastaić
Demetrius: Michael Swatton
Lysander: Patrick Neyman
Helena: Victoria Barker
Hermia: Lucy Hagan-Walker
Egeus/Peter Quince: Jim Mannering
Nick Bottom: Filip Krenus
Francis Flute: Owen Pullar
Robin Starveling: Zoot Lynam
Tom Snout: Adam Grayson
Snug: Paul McLaughlin
All other parts performed by the members of the cast.