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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by William Yee

Lysander (Stephen G. Goodman ’12) holds back Hermia (Rachel W. Williams ’12) from attacking Helena amidst the chaos and quarrels caused by the fairies’ tricks.

Puck (Sara E. Ferry ’11) performs magic on Nick Bottom (Edward Carpenter ’10) in the Shakespearean play A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Performances will take place on Oct. 24, 25, 30, and Nov. 1 at 8 p.m. in La Sala de Puerto Rico. For more photographs, see page 7.

Titania (Grace M. Kane ’11) and her fairies (Jesse I. Wooton ’12 and Naomi A. Hinchen ’11) cuddle and scratch the donkey-headed Nick Bottom (Edward Carpenter ’10).

Puck (Sara E. Ferry ’11) and Oberon (Kellas R. Cameron ’10), fairies of the woods, have a violently playful fight as he commands her to find him a magic love flower.

The lovesick Helena (Bianca W. Farrell ’11) clings to her beloved Demetrius (Steven J. Pennybaker ’12), while the invisible Oberon (Kellas R. Cameron ’10) plays tricks.

Things get a little more out of hand resulting in the townspeople of Padua panicking during “Kiss Me, Kate!”

Lilli Vanessi (Kerry Brooke Steere) and Fred Graham (Justin D. Breucop ’12) reminisce about old love during “Wunderbar.”

Lois Lane (Kimberly A. Brink ’10), Lilli Vanessi (Kerry Brooke Steere), Bill Calhoun (Daniel A. Perez ’10), and Fred Graham (Justin D. Breucop ’12) open “The Taming of the Shrew: The Musical” with the song “We Open in Venice.”

Lois Lane (Kimberly A. Brink ’10) complains about her beau Bill Calhoun’s (Daniel A. Perez ’10) gambling habit in “Why Can’t You Behave?”

Things get a bit out of hand onstage during “The Taming of the Shrew: The Musical,” resulting in Fred Graham (Justin D. Breucop ’12) disciplining Lilli Vanessi (Kerry Brooke Steere).

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