Monthly Archives: August 2015

Love’s Labour’s Lost A Rollicking Hit!

Thank you to everyone that came out for the eighth annual Shakespeare in the Park at Depot Square Park in Peterborough, New Hampshipre!  

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Every aspect of the program has been an absolute pleasure from the rehearsal process beginning on July 7 and ending with our final performance on August 9.  

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The entire run of four shows was greeted with beautiful, sunny, exceptional weather, and all performances were able to be delivered to smiling audiences in a beautiful summer Peterborough evening!

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Thanks to the production staff Rob Koch, Mia Moravis, Wendy Almeida, Chris McCartie, Emma Keating, and Garrett Zecker. 

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Special thanks for the production go to April Gregg, Heidi Hadley, Molly McDowell, Kath Allen, Judy Koch, Gayle Gearhart, Hope Taylor, Keith Colarusso, and the board of directors, which includes Scott Gardner in addition to Rob Koch, and Garrett Zecker thanked earlier.

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Thanks also to the community supporters that include the Monadnock Center for History and Culture, The Town of Peterborough, and the Peterborough Town Library.

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Also, were you aware that Actors' Circle Theatre is the newest member of Shakespeare Passport? All presenting members of Shakespeare Passport get a discount to all future ACT productions. We have been recognized because of our widespread influence on Shakespeare and live theatre in New Hampshire (and worldwide!). We are even alphabetically first in the app!

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Stay tuned for more great news from Actors Circle Theatre and our upcoming 2015-16 performance schedule!

 

Three more chances to catch Love’s Labour’s Lost!

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Photo Credit: Bryan Hebert

Yesterday was absolutely beautiful in the park. Families, singles, picnics, and laughter brought the community together to watch the men of Navarre try to win over the visiting women of France.

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Photo Credit: Garrett Zecker

The forecast for today's performance at 5PM is absolutely beautiful, and we look forward to seeing you at Depot Square Park for another night of Shakespeare!

You have three more opportunities to see our talented cast perform Love's Labour's Lost! Tonight at 5, and August 8 & 9 at 5:00.  Come on down!  We look forward to seeing you!

Also, we encourage you to take photos during the performance and post them to social media!  Be sure to tag our FACEBOOK or TWITTER handles!

 

Shakespeare in the Park 2015!

Our 2015 run of Peterborough's Eighth Annual Shakespeare in the Park begins tonight at 5!

Come to Depot Square Park with a blanket, a picnic, and some friends for our Eighth Annual Shakespeare in the Park. It is shaping up to be a beautiful evening for some fun beside the Contoocook River and Nubanusit Brook with clear skies and a cool breeze! 

Need directions? Here is our location on Google Maps.

You have four opportunities to see Love's Labour's Lost!  Performances are TONIGHT (8/1), TOMORROW (8/2), 8/8, and 8/9 at 5:00PM sharp! Come early to guarantee a good spot!

Can't make it, but would like to check out our program? Here is a PDF of tonight's performance: Love's Labour's Lost Shakespeare in the Park 2015 Program

 


 

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Love's Labour's Lost

Produced by Rob Koch and Mia Moravis for Actors' Circle Theatre

Directed by Wendy Almeida

Sets by Chris McCartie

Visual Media, Web, and Promotion Materials by Perpetual Imagination

Our Cast…

Princess of France – Clare Margand

Rosaline – Heather McCormack

Katherine – Eve Pierce

Maria – Ruth Linehan

Jaquenetta, the Wench – Heather Morrison

Ferdinand, King of Navarre – Garrett Zecker

Biron – Kevin Colarusso

Longaville – Eric Jedd

Dumaine – Jason Barshevsky

Don Adriano de Armado – Bert Torsey

Costard, the Swain – Tyler Strickland

Boyet – Gregory Pratt

Dull, the Constable – Emma Keating

Sir Nathaniel, the Curate – Rob Koch

Holofernes, the Pedant – Ben Wise

Forester & Mercade, the Messenger – Henry "Hank" Parkhurst

Moth – Breanne Swanson