Meet the Cast of The Old Globe’s 2013 Shakespeare Festival

June 2 – Sept. 29, 2013 (Opening Night: June 23)
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, directed by Ian Talbot, features Erin Elizabeth Adams (Cobweb), Miles Anderson (Bottom), Meaghan Boeing (Moth), Donald Carrier (Starveling), Winslow Corbett (Hermia), Nic Few (Demetrius), Adam Gerber (Lysander), Lucas Hall (Puck), Sherman Howard (Egeus), Charles Janasz (Peter Quince), John Lavelle (Snug), Krystel Lucas (Titania, Hippolyta), Stephanie Roetzel (Mustardseed), Triney Sandoval (Snout), Ryman Sneed (Helena), Whitney Wakimoto (Peaseblossom), Jay Whittaker (Oberon, Theseus) and Sean-Michael Wilkinson (Flute) with Matthew Bellows, Jeremy Fisher, Kushtrim Hoxha, Stephen Hu, Allison Layman, Danielle O’Farrell, Christopher Salazar and Robbie Simpson as Fairies.

June 9 – Sept. 28, 2013 (Opening Night: June 28)
THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, directed by Adrian Noble, features Miles Anderson (Shylock), Matthew Bellows (Salerio), Donald Carrier (Antonio), Winslow Corbett (Jessica), Nic Few (Prince of Morocco), Jeremy Fisher (Stephano), Adam Gerber (Lorenzo), Lucas Hall (Bassanio), Kushtrim Hoxha (Leonardo, Gaoler), Charles Janasz (Tubal, Duke of Venice), John Lavelle (Lancelot Gobbo), Krystel Lucas (Portia), Christopher Salazar (Prince of Arragon), Triney Sandoval (Gratiano), Robbie Simpson (Balthazar), Ryman Sneed (Nerissa) and Sean-Michael Wilkinson (Solanio) with Erin Elizabeth Adams, Meaghan Boeing, Stephen Hu, Allison Layman, Danielle O’Farrell, Stephanie Roetzel and Whitney Wakimoto in the ensemble.

June 16 – Sept. 26, 2013 (Opening Night: July 2)
ROSENCRANTZ AND GILDENSTERN ARE DEAD, directed by Adrian Noble, features Winslow Corbett (Ophelia), Nic Few (Horatio), Lucas Hall (Hamlet), Sherman Howard (Player), Stephen Hu (Alfred), Charles Janasz (Polonius), John Lavelle (Rosencrantz), Christopher Salazar (Ambassador), Triney Sandoval (Claudius), Robbie Simpson (Laertes), Ryman Sneed (Gertrude) and Jay Whittaker (Guildenstern) with Matthew Bellows, Kushtrim Hoxha, Jeremy Fisher and Adam Gerber (Tragedians) and Erin Elizabeth Adams, Meaghan Boeing, Allison Layman, Danielle O’Farrell, Stephanie Roetzel, Whitney Wakimoto and Sean-Michael Wilkinson in the ensemble.

Associated events taking place during the run of the 2013 Shakespeare Festival include Insight Seminars, Post-Show Forums, Shakespeare in the Garden, and Out at the Globe. For more information about all of the programs and season subscriptions, visit www.TheOldGlobe.org, or call (619) 23-GLOBE [234-5623].

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