July 25 – August 26, 2018

Touring to neighborhood parks across the city
by William Shakespeare
adapted & directed by Barbara Gaines


Barbara Gaines

BARBARA GAINES (Adapter/Director) is the founder and Artistic Director of Chicago Shakespeare Theater, where she has directed more than thirty of Shakespeare’s plays. Honors include: the 2008 Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre; the prestigious Honorary OBE (Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) in recognition of her contributions strengthening British-American cultural relations; and Joseph Jefferson Awards for Best Production (Hamlet, Cymbeline, King Lear and The Comedy of Errors), and for Best Director (Cymbeline, King Lear and The Comedy of Errors). She received the Public Humanities Award from the Illinois Humanities Council, the Spirit of Loyola Award and an Honorary Doctorate of Letters from the University of Birmingham UK. She serves on the Shakespearean Council of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London and is a Life Trustee of Northwestern University. She directed Giuseppe Verdi’s Macbeth for the Lyric Opera.


Jasmine Bracey

JASMINE BRACEY (Titania/Hippolyta) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks: Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits. CHICAGO: Animal Farm (Steppenwolf Theatre Company). REGIONAL: An Octoroon (Berkeley Repertory Theatre); You Can't Take It with You (Alley Theatre); As You Like It (The Acting Company); Clybourne Park, To Kill A Mockingbird, Wit, The Little Foxes, O Beautiful, Our Town, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Resident Ensemble Players); Macando (Guthrie Theater); Antony and Cleopatra (Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival). EDUCATION: MFA, University of Delaware.

Adam Wesley Brown

ADAM WESLEY BROWN (Bottom, through August 19) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Short Shakespeare! A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth, The Book of Joseph, The Tempest, Julius Caesar, Henry VIII. CHICAGO: Long Way Go Down (Jackalope Theatre Company, Jeff Award nomination - Best Actor); Big Shoulders Festival (American Theatre Company). BROADWAY: Once. REGIONAL: Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (Helen Hayes Award nomination - Best Actor), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Folger Theatre); A Christmas Carol (Actors Theatre of Louisville). Adam released his debut album Adam Wesley Brown: Live at Bowery Poetry on iTunes.

Richard Costes

RICHARD COSTES (Snout) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Short Shakespeare! A Midsummer Night’s Dream. CHICAGO: Opportunities for Extinction (Broken Nose Theatre Company); Our Town (Redtwist Theatre); VANYA or That’s Life! (Rasaka Theatre Company); Battleaxe Betty (American Theatre Company); Lively Stones (20% Theatre Company Chicago); Wastwater (Steep Theatre Company); The Tempest (The Cuckoo’s Theater Project). REGIONAL: The Cherry Orchard, The Winter’s Tale, The Laramie Project, Our Lady of 121st Street, Betty’s Summer Vacation, Romeo and Juliet. EDUCATION: BA in theatre studies, Kent State University.

Danielle Davis

DANIELLE DAVIS (Starveling/Fairy) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Debut. CHICAGO: BLKS (Steppenwolf Theatre Company); Fun Home (Victory Gardens Theater); An Octoroon (Definition Theatre/Goodman Theatre); Ragtime (Griffin Theatre); Rent (Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre); Love, Loss, and What I Wore (First Folio Theatre); Women at War (Rivendell Theatre Ensemble); The Hundred Dresses (Chicago Children's Theatre); Velveteen Rabbit (Lifeline Theatre); Spark, Six Stories Tall (Adventure Stage Chicago). TELEVISION: Shameless (Showtime); Chicago PD (NBC); Empire (FOX); Sense8, Easy (Netflix). EDUCATION: BFA in acting, Chicago College of Performing Arts.

Lane Anthony Flores

LANE ANTHONY FLORES (Flute/Fairy) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Short Shakespeare! A Midsummer Night’s Dream. CHICAGO: Great Expectations (Silk Road Rising/Remy Bumppo Theatre Company); The Temperamentals, Abraham Lincoln Was a Faggot (About Face Theatre); The Grapes of Wrath (The Gift Theatre); Lord of the Flies (Steppenwolf Theatre Company); The Merchant of Venice (First Folio Theatre). REGIONAL: Montana Shakespeare in the Parks, Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park. FILM: En Algun Lugar. TELEVISION: The Exorcist (FOX). EDUCATION: BFA in acting, Oklahoma City University.

Sean Fortunato

SEAN FORTUNATO (Bottom, beginning August 21) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: over twenty productions, including The Book of Joseph, King Charles III. CHICAGO: Billy Elliot (Porchlight Music Theatre); Cabaret (Theatre at the Center); Death of a Streetcar Named Virginia Woolf, The Diary of Anne Frank, Hedda Gabler, The Real Thing, Travels with My Aunt (Writers Theatre); 2666, Measure for Measure (Goodman Theatre); M. Butterfly (Court Theatre); productions with Northlight Theatre, TimeLine Theatre Company, Drury Lane Theatre, Marriott Theatre, Remy Bumppo Theatre Company, About Face Theatre. OFF-BROADWAY: Rose Rage (The Duke on 42nd Street). REGIONAL: The Old Globe, Intiman Theatre, and twelve seasons with Peninsula Players Theatre including George in Sunday in the Park with George. FILM: The Merry Gentleman. TELEVISION: Chicago Med, Chicago P.D. (NBC).

Kevin Gudahl

KEVIN GUDAHL (Oberon/Theseus) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Mary Stuart, Tug of War: Foreign Fire and Civil Strife, Pericles, King Lear, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Henry VIII, The School for Lies, Elizabeth Rex, Brutus in Julius Caesar, Fredrik in A Little Night Music, Hal in Henry IV Parts 1 and 2, Kayama in Pacific Overtures; title roles in Macbeth, Antony and Cleopatra, and Troilus and Cressida. CHICAGO: Court Theatre, Goodman Theatre, Writers Theatre, Marriott Theatre, Northlight Theatre, Remy Bumppo Theatre Company, Drury Lane Theatre, Victory Gardens Theater. INTERNATIONAL: five seasons with Stratford Festival, Canadian Stage, Donmar Warehouse, Royal Shakespeare Company (CST tour). FILM: While You Were Sleeping, Home Alone III, The Poker House. TELEVISION: Chicago Fire, Crisis (NBC); Boss (Starz); Empire, The Chicago Code (FOX); Early Edition (CBS). Kevin is a multiple Jeff Award recipient and CST verse coach.

Jarrett King

JARRETT KING (Egeus/Quince) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Short Shakespeare! A Midsummer Night’s Dream. REGIONAL: Clybourne Park (Penfold Theatre Company); Topdog/Underdog (Viceroys/Salvage Vanguard Theater); Endgame (Palindrome Theatre); Heddatron (Salvage Vanguard Theater); Little Shop of Horrors (Summer Stock Austin); Cyrano de Bergerac, She Loves Me, Full Circle, Parade, Death and the King’s Horseman, Antigone, US premiere of Mouthful (Mary Moody Northen Theatre). FILM: Homestate, Lumberjack Man. TELEVISION: American Crime (ABC), The Lying Game (Freeform). EDUCATION: BA in performance, St. Edward’s University.

Tyrone Phillips

TYRONE PHILLIPS (Demetrius) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Red Velvet, King Charles III. CHICAGO: An Octoroon, A Doll’s House, Genesis, The Brothers’ Size (Definition Theatre Company); George Orwell’s 1984 (Steppenwolf Theatre Company); Father Comes Home from the Wars Parts 1, 2 and 3 (Goodman Theatre), Stick Fly (Windy City Playhouse); Saturday Night/Sunday Morning (Steppenwolf Theatre Company). REGIONAL: Assassins, A Christmas Carol, A Raisin in the Sun, understudy in The Mountaintop, understudy in Clybourne Park (Milwaukee Repertory Theatre). FILM: Gimmick, Boss, Divergent, Fare Thee Well. TELEVISION: Chicago Justice (NBC), DiGiorno's "Don't Settle" commercial. EDUCATION: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign; Shakespeare’s Globe; Emerging Professionals Resident, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre. Tyrone is the founding artistic director of Definition Theatre Company.

Cage Sebastian Pierre

CAGE SEBASTIAN PIERRE (Puck) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Macbeth, Q Brothers Christmas Carol, Short Shakespeare! Romeo and Juliet. CHICAGO: Moon for the Misbegotten (Writers Theatre). REGIONAL: American Players Theatre. EDUCATION: BFA, University of Minnesota.


Laura Rook

LAURA ROOK (Helena) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Love’s Labor’s Lost, Othello, Henry V, Short Shakespeare! Romeo and Juliet. CHICAGO: Skylight (Court Theatre); The Liar (Writers Theatre); BoHo Theatre; Muse of Fire Theatre Company; Silk Road Rising; XIII Pocket. REGIONAL: Shakespeare in Love, Rhinoceros (Asolo Repertory Theater); Cyrano De Bergerac, Three Sisters, King Lear, Mary’s Wedding, Othello, Pride and Prejudice, The Seagull, The Comedy of Errors, Troilus and Cressida (American Players Theatre); Romeo and Juliet, The Winter’s Tale (Illinois Shakespeare Festival); three seasons with Montana Shakespeare in the Parks. EDUCATION: BFA, Chicago College of Performing Arts.

Faith Servant

FAITH SERVANT (Hermia) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Short Shakespeare! A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Taming of the Shrew. REGIONAL: Love’s Labour’s Lost, Love’s Labour’s Won, Richard II, Elizabeth Rex, Antony and Cleopatra (Illinois Shakespeare Festival); Hamlet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare Festival St. Louis Education Tour); Hamlet (Montana Shakespeare in the Schools). EDUCATION: MFA in classical acting, Illinois State University; BA in drama and history, Kenyon College.

Christopher Sheard

CHRISTOPHER SHEARD (Lysander) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Short Shakespeare! A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet. CHICAGO: Definition Theatre Company, Remy Bumppo Theatre Company, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Writers Theatre, American Blues Theater, TimeLine Theatre Company, Windy City Playhouse. REGIONAL: American Players Theatre, Great River Shakespeare Festival. TELEVISION: Rogues Gallery. EDUCATION: MFA, University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign; BA, Florida State University.

Hannah Starr

HANNAH STARR (Snug/Fairy) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Short Shakespeare! A Midsummer Night’s Dream. CHICAGO: Fun Home (Victory Gardens Theater); Cabaret (No Stakes Theatre Project); The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (The pH Comedy Theater); All the World’s a Stage (Quest Theatre Ensemble). EDUCATION: BFA in acting, Columbia College; The iO Theater, The Annoyance Theatre, The pH Comedy Theater, Brave New Workshop Comedy Theatre, HUGE Improv Theater.

Daniel C. Brown

DANIEL C. BROWN (Understudy) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Short Shakespeare! A Midsummer Night’s Dream. REGIONAL: Hamlet (Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park); The Giver (Oklahoma Children’s Theatre); Much Ado About Nothing (Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre); The Flick (Oklahoma City University).


Andrea Cañizares-Fernandez

ANDREA CAÑIZARES-FERNANDEZ (Understudy) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Debut. EDUCATIONAL THEATER CREDITS: Twelfth Night, Fair Game: A Chicago Spectacle, Go Dog Go, Parade, The Reluctant Dragon, Agnes Nixon Festival: A Play About a Baby Carrot.  EDUCATION: BA in Theatre, minors in Psychology and Environmental Policy & Culture, Northwestern University. 

Drew Johnson

DREW JOHNSON (Understudy) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Love Labor’s Lost, Shakespeare's Greatest Hits. CHICAGO: Flamingo and Decatur (Block St Theatre Co); Turtle (Redtwist Theatre); The Gilded Age (City Lit Theater Company); Crimes of the Heart (Step Up Productions); 25 Saints (Pine Box Theatre Company); The Revenants (WildClaw Theatre); Spark (Adventure Stage Chicago); Richard III (Oak Park Festival Theatre); Henry V (Promethean Theatre Ensemble); Kitchen (Knife & Fork). REGIONAL: Theater at Monmouth; TheatreSquared. TELEVISION: Chicago Fire (NBC). EDUCATION: MFA in acting, University of Arkansas; BA in dramatic arts, University of South Alabama.

Jeri Marshall

JERI MARSHALL (Understudy) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Short Shakespeare! A Midsummer Night’s Dream. CHICAGO: You Can’t Take It with You (Oak Park Theatre Festival), The Good Person of Szechwan (Cor Theatre), understudy in A Wonder in My Soul (Victory Gardens Theater). REGIONAL: The Tin Woman (Theatre at the Center); To the Promised Land, A Christmas Carol (Children’s Theater of Madison). TELEVISION: Chicago Med (NBC). EDUCATION: MFA in acting, The Theatre School at DePaul University.

Carlos Olmedo

CARLOS OLMEDO (Understudy) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Debut. CHICAGO: United Flight 232 (Jeff Award – Best Ensemble), The Wizard of Oz, A Comedical Tragedy for Mr. Punch (The House Theatre of Chicago); Frindle, Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales (Griffin Theatre); Psychonaut Librarians (The New Colony). REGIONAL: Illinois Shakespeare Festival, Misssouri Shakespeare Festival. EDUCATION: BA in acting, Illinois State University.

Rejinal Simon

REJINAL SIMON (Understudy) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Short Shakespeare! A Midsummer Night’s Dream. CHICAGO: The Van Gogh Cafe (Filament Theatre); Moon Shot (Theater Unspeakable); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hamlet (Muse of Fire Theatre Company); I and You (Redtwist Theatre). REGIONAL: No Silly Season!, Kicked (Cleveland Play House); And in This Corner: Cassius Clay (StageOne Family Theatre). EDUCATION: BFA in acting, The Theatre School at DePaul University. Rejinal is a resident artist of Filament Theatre.


KEVIN DEPINET (Scenic Designer) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: The Taming of the Shrew, Love’s Labor’s Lost, Heir Apparent, Sense and Sensibility, Henry V, Gypsy, Cyrano de Bergerac, Sunday in the Park with George, Timon of Athens, Follies, As You Like It. CHICAGO: productions with Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Goodman Theatre, Court Theatre, Writers Theatre, Drury Lane Oakbrook, Chicago Children’s Theatre. BROADWAY: associate designer for Of Mice and Men, August: Osage County, The Motherf**ker with the Hat. REGIONAL: productions with American Players Theatre, McCarter Theatre, Denver Center Theatre, Mark Taper Forum, The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Arden Theatre, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Yale Repertory Theatre, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Glimmerglass Festival. INTERNATIONAL: National Theatre of Great Britain. FILM: scenery for Michael Mann’s Public Enemies. EDUCATION: Yale School of Drama. Kevin serves as an adjunct professor of design at DePaul University. 

MIEKA VAN DER PLOEG (Costume Designer) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Shakespeare in the Parks: Romeo and Juliet, Short Shakespeare! Romeo and Juliet, CPS Shakespeare: Macbeth, and was a former costume shop stitcher. CHICAGO: The Great and Terrible Wizard of Oz (The House Theatre of Chicago, Jeff Award); Golden Boy (Griffin Theatre, Jeff Award); Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play (co-designed with Mara Blumenfeld, Theater Wit, Jeff Award); productions with Lyric Opera Unlimited, Writers Theatre, Paramount Theatre, Lookingglass Theatre Company, About Face Theatre, Chicago Children's Theatre, Manual Cinema, Remy Bumppo Theatre Company, Steep Theatre Company, The House Theatre of Chicago, Griffin Theatre, Albany Park Theater Project.

MIKHAIL FIKSEL (Sound Designer) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Mary Stuart, Short Shakespeare! Romeo and Juliet, Short Shakespeare! A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks production of Romeo and Juliet, The Book of Joseph. CHICAGO: Goodman Theatre, Writers Theatre, TimeLine Theatre Company, Victory Gardens Theater, Albany Park Theater Project. OFF-BROADWAY: Playwrights Horizons, BAM, Manhattan Theatre Club, The Pearl Theatre Company, Second Stage Theater. REGIONAL: La Jolla Playhouse, Actors Conservatory Theater, The Old Globe, City Theatre, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Dallas Theater Center. Awards: multiple Jeff Awards, two Lucille Lortel Awards, Michael Maggio Emerging Designer Award.

RICHARD JARVIE (Wig & Make-Up Designer) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Macbeth, Mary Stuart, Red Velvet, The Taming of the Shrew, Madagascar, Shakespeare in the Parks: Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare in Love, Love’s Labor’s Lost, King Charles III, the Short Shakespeare! productions of Romeo and Juliet and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and the inaugural season of Chicago Shakespeare on Navy Pier. CHICAGO: Goodman Theatre, Court Theatre, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Drury Lane Theatre, twenty-eight years with the Lyric Opera of Chicago, eleven as wig master and make-up designer. REGIONAL: Alliance Theatre, McCarter Theatre, Guthrie Theater (wig master). INTERNATIONAL: Tom Patterson Theatre in Stratford, Ontario. OPERA: Atlanta Opera, San Francisco Opera, Hawaii Opera, Chicago Opera Theatre, Saint Louis Opera, the Spoleto Festivals of Charleston, South Carolina, Italy.

MATT DEITCHMAN (Music Director) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Peter Pan, A Musical Adventure, Tug of War, Road Show, Murder for Two, Madagsacar, Suessical, Shrek the Musical. CHICAGO: Jesus Christ Superstar (Lyric Opera Chicago), productions with Paramount Theatre, Marriott Theatre, Writers Theatre, Victory Gardens Theater, Drury Lane Theatre, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Chicago Children’s Theatre, Mercury Theater, The Hypocrites, Griffin Theatre Company. REGIONAL: American Music Theatre Project, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Asolo Repertory Theatre. EDUCATION: Northwestern University.

HARRISON McELDOWNEY (Movement) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Sense and Sensibility, The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Merchant of Venice, Antony and Cleopatra, All’s Well That Ends Well, The Tempest, Henry VIII, Sunday in the Park with George, Tug of War. Additional credits include television, Broadway, Off Broadway, West End, Carnegie Hall, Barcelona Olympics and ship launches including Godmothers Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth II. His work is featured in several Emmy-nominated and awarded dance specials; he’s a recipient of the Prince Prize, Ruth Page, After Dark, and Choo-San Goh Awards for choreography. He is a Creative Director at Wilson Dow Group.

DAVID WOOLLEY (Fight Choreographer) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, As You Like It, Peter Pan, Henry V, Antony and Cleopatra, Cymbeline, King John, Troilus and Cressida, Macbeth, Short Shakespeare! A Midsummer Night’s Dream. CHICAGO: Over 300 productions since 1985. OFF-BROADWAY: The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity (Second Stage Theater); Edmond (Provincetown Playhouse). REGIONAL: The Three Musketeers, Henry V (Utah Shakespeare Festival); Norma and Wanda, Escanaba in da Moonlight (The Purple Rose Theatre Company). AWARDS: two Jeff Awards for fight direction. Mr. Woolley is a co-creator and performs as Guido in Dirk & Guido: the Swordsmen!, now in its twenty-ninth season. He is a professor and stage combat coordinator at Columbia College Chicago.

LARRY YANDO (Verse Coach) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Shakespeare in Love, Tug of War: Foreign Fire and Civil Strife, The Tempest (2015, 2002), King Lear (2014, 2001), Julius Caesar, The Taming of the Shrew, Twelfth Night, Cymbeline, and more. CHICAGO: ten years as Scrooge in A Christmas Carol, The Little Foxes, Candide, The Jungle Book (Goodman Theatre); The Dance of Death, As You Like It, Nixon’s Nixon, Rocket to the Moon, Hamlet, Bach at Leipzig (Writers Theatre); Angels in America, Travesties, An Ideal Husband (Court Theatre); Fake, Mother Courage and Her Children (Steppenwolf Theatre Company). NATIONAL TOUR: three years as Scar in The Lion King. INTERNATIONAL: Battlefield by Peter Brook. AWARDS: 2014 Sarah Siddons Society, Chicago Magazine Best Chicago Actor, DePaul University’s Excellence in the Arts, one of nine national recipients of the prestigious 2010 Lunt-Fontanne Fellowship, four Jeff Awards. Mr. Yando has taught acting at DePaul University, Northwestern University, CST, and is a freelance acting coach.

LAURA DURHAM (Casting) is the Casting Associate at Chicago Shakespeare Theater. Casting credits: CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE THEATER: Short Shakespeare! A Midsummer Night's Dream. CHICAGO: Birds of a Feather, Machinal (Greenhouse Theater Center); Becky Shaw, This, Explorer’s Club (Windy City Playhouse); New Sincerity (Theater Wit); Dead Man Walking (Piven Theatre Workshop); The Walk Across Mother Earth, hamlet is dead. no gravity, Stadium Daredevil, and Lear (Red Tape Theatre). Other casting credits: Two Birds Casting and Goodman Theatre. EDUCATION: DePauw University. TRAINING: Apprentice/Intern Company of Actors Theatre of Louisville.

MAGDALENE SPANUELLO (Assistant Director) CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE: Macbeth, The Tempest. CHICAGO: The 39 Steps (BrightSide Theatre); A Midsummer Night's Dream (Shakespeare 400/Civic Orchestra of Chicago); The Valkyries (Gorilla Tango Theatre). REGIONAL: The Tempest (The Smith Center/South Coast Repertory); A Christmas Carol, Gutenberg! The Musical!, Forever Plaid (Milwaukee Repertory Theater); Completely Hollywood Abridged (Old Creamery Theatre). INTERNATIONAL: Next to Normal, Seussical! (Shanghai Conservatory of Music). EDUCATION: MFA in directing, Western Illinois University. Magdalene is an adjunct assistant professor of music theatre at Carthage College.




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