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Chicago Shakespeare
in the Parks

A Midsummer Night's Dream

July 18–August 17, 2014

FREE FOR ALL
Touring to neighborhood parks across the city
by William Shakespeare
directed and adapted by David H. Bell

Melissa Torchia

Costume Designer

MELISSA TORCHIA (Costume Designer) returns to Chicago Shakespeare Theater, where she previously served as the assistant costume designer for Romeo and Juliet. Other Chicago credits include: Samuel J & K (Steppenwolf Theatre Company); Peter Pan (Lookingglass Theatre Company); Jitney and Mountaintop (Court Theatre); Gypsy, Aida, Sugar (Drury Lane Theatre Oakbrook); Iron Stag King, The Crownless King, and The Magnificents (The House Theatre of Chicago); My Fair Lady, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Hair (Paramount Theatre); The Importance of Being Earnest (Jeff Award nomination, Remy Bumppo Theatre Company); Grease (American Theater Company); Abigail’s Party, Butcher of Baraboo (A Red Orchid Theatre); and Not Wanted on the Voyage (American Musical Theatre Project). Regional credits include: The Verona Project (California Shakespeare Theater), among others. Melissa received a BFA in theatre from the University of Arizona and an MFA in costume design from Northwestern University.

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