– Kids’ Camp –
L-R: Demetrius, Egeus, Duke Theseus, Hippolyta, Lysander, Hermia. Egeus is displeased that his daughter, Hermia, favours Lysander over Demetrius. (Rehearsal)
L-R: Hermia and Lysander plan to flee Toronto.
L-R: Hermia and Helena, who wishes she could “sway the motion of Demetrius’ heart.”
Helena: “How happy some o’er other some can be! Through [Toronto] I am thought as fair as she.” (Rehearsal)
Peter Quince: “Here is the scroll of every man’s name…” (Rehearsal)
L-R: Puck and Titania’s Fairy. Puck: “I am that merry wanderer of the night.”
L-R: Oberons’ Fairy, Oberon, Oberon, Puck, Titania, Titania’s Fairy. Oberon and Titania quarrel. (Rehearsal)
L-R: Oberon, Oberon, Puck…and the purple love-in-idleness flower, whose juice “will make man or woman madly dote upon the next live creature that it sees.” (Rehearsal)
L-R: Oberon, Titania, Oberon. Oberon anoints Titania’s eyes: “Wake when some vile thing is near.”
L-R: Lysander and Puck. Puck mistakenly anoints Lysander’s eyes. Lysander falls for Helena…and abandons Hermia. (Rehearsal)
L-R: Bottom, Flute, Bottom, Snug. The amateur acting troupe rehearse in the woods. Puck is about to make some mischief. (Rehearsal)
L-R: Bottom and Flute. Flute: “O Bottom, thou art changed!”
Titania: “What angel wakes me from my flowery bed?”
L-R: Bottom and Titania. Bottom: “Reason and love keep little company together now-a-days.”
L-R: Demetrius and Hermia, who questions Demetrius about Lysander’s whereabouts. Hermia: “I pray thee, tell me that he is well.”
L-R: Puck, Demetrius, Oberon, Oberon. Oberon anoints Demetrius’ eyes. Demetrius falls for Helena too. (Rehearsal)
Helena, who believes that everyone in love with her is mocking her: “Can you not hate me, as I know you do?”
L-R: Helena, Demetrius, Hermia, Lysander. Helena: “I pray you, gentlemen, let her not hurt me.” (Rehearsal)
L-R: Helena and Demetrius, sleeping.
L-R: Puck, Bottom, Oberon, Oberon, Titania. Time to set things right.
L-R: Lysander, Egeus, Duke Theseus. Egeus summons the horns to wake the lovers.
L-R: Demetrius, Helena, Hermia, Lysander. Demetrius: “Are you sure that we are awake?” (Rehearsal)
Peter Quince in Pyramus and Thisbe, the play within the play: “In this same interlude it doth befall that I, one [Quince] by name, present a wall…”
L-R: Thisbe, Wall, Pyramus, Pyramus. Pyramus and Thisbe – lovers separated by a wall – plan to meet at “Ninny’s” tomb. (Rehearsal)
L-R: Moonshine and Lion in “Ninny’s” tomb.
L-R: Pyramus, Thisbe, Pyramus, Moonshine. Thisbe: “Come, trusty sword…adieu, adieu, adieu.” (Rehearsal)
Gabriella, Assistant Director
Isabelle, Summer Student