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Cast Spotlight: Jennifer L.S. Weber

 

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Cast Spotlight: Jennifer L. S. Weber​, is outstanding in the role of Francis Flute. Jenn is simply fantastic and puts everything she’s got into it . She’s creative in the moment and many of her spontaneous improvisations (along with other cast members’ improvs) have been incorporated into the show. From Springville, Jen and her husband Charles are very active in community theatre there: Springville Center for the Arts.

When: July 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th at 7pm Where: The Foundry, 298 Northampton Street, Buffalo, NY

For tickets: Brown Paper Tickets

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Shakespeare in the Parking Lot: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Inclusive Theater of WNY (ITOWNY), in collaboration with The Foundry, is proud to announce our inaugural (and now annual!) Shakespearean event – Shakespeare in the Parking Lot!! July 25-28, 2019! All performances begin at 7pm

Join us this year as we present “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” alongside two adapted Shakespearean Shorts by D.G. for good measure! (It’s not really in the parking lot, but in a covered, semi-outdoor space at The Foundry on Northampton Street in Buffalo.)

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Starring:

Avery James Gill as Mustardseed
Chris Wylie as Peasebottom
Colleen Ann OByrne as Handmaiden
Cory McLean as Lysander
Dave Goddard as Slackbeth/Snug
Jennifer L. S. Weber as Francis Flute
Jess Levesque as Titania
Justin A. Chortie as Demetrius
Katy Steen as Fairy
Kevin Dennis as Oberon
Kim Queenie Robinson as Philostrate
Lawrence Rowswell as Nick Bottom
Mario Brown as Robin Starveling
Monica Morrisey as Hippolyta
Nigel Nige as Tom Snout
Patty Crowe as Narrator/Egeus
Penny Striker as Lady Slackbeth/Puck
Quentin Gray as Peter Quince
Russell Holt as Theseus
SueAnn Kowalske as Cobweb
Summer Harris as Helena
 
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Ticket Information: Brown Paper Tickets

All performance times are at 7pm.

Thursday, 7/25/2019 – Pay what you can!
Friday, 7/26/2019, Saturday 7/27/2019, Sunday, 7/28/2019 – All tickets $10