Dress rehearsal, Sunday 15 June 2008

Our John Adams Memorial Production

Midsummer Night's Dream - by William Shakespeare

Directed by Bob Allen

Original Music by Robert Pardoe - Costume Design and Creation by Pat Stimson

Thursday 19th, Friday 20th, Saturday 21st June 2008 - on the lawn at Iron Acton Parish Hall

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   Wed 7 May 7-30 at Hall - Chris Harris Workshop





Costume design and creation by Pat Stimson

Theseus, Duke of Athens

Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons, betrothed to Theseus

Lysander, in love with Hermia

Hermia, in love with Lysander

Demetrius, In love with Helena, but betrothed to Hermia

Helena, in love with Demetrius

Egeus, Hermia's father

Philostrate, The Duke's mistress of revels

Peter Quince, a carpenter

Nick Bottom, a weaver

Francis Flute, a bellows maker

Tom Snout, a tinker

Robin Starveling, a tailor

Snug, a joiner

Oberon, King of the fairies

Titania, Queen of the fairies

Puck, (Robin Goodfellow), Oberon's Lieutenant

Fairy, servant to Titania

Fairy Peaseblossom

Fairy Cobweb

Fairy Moth

Fairy Mustardseed

Starvling Dog



Stage Manager & Lighting Creation

Technical & FOH Manager

Rehearsal Director

Sound Recordings

Sound Operation

Lighting Operation

Rehearsal Continuity

Performance Continuity



Set Construction

Scenic Panel Design

Bar Manager

Rehearsal Photographs

Ticket Sales

Programme & Poster Design

Robert Pardoe

Di Pardoe

Richard Plater

Natasha Clark

Matthew Godsell

Sarah Atkins

Alan Cross

Pat Stimson

Godfrey Laundy

Nick Sharpe

Geoff Wilkinson

Simon Carney

Barrie Wright

Jim Sinkinson

Mike Schofield

Sarah McMahon

Nick Pearce

Pat Stimson

Karen Stojaloski

Christine Rogers

Gaynor Clark

Michelle Clare-Hudson

Sam Hall



Mark Whitehouse

Steve Birch

Pat Stimson

Peter Lawry

Michelle Lucas

Dee Whitehouse

Rachel Taylor

Angie Croome

Pat Stimson

  Rona Wright

Barrie Wright

Thomas McMahon

Margaret Bulmer

Ray Bulmer

Gaynor Clark

Bob Allen







"That was very good - except for the following 37 observations..."