A Play Within A PLay


Wandering Aesthetics and Dunamis Theatre are proud to announce their upcoming youth summer show:

A Play Within A Play On A Midsummer’s Day

A Play Within A Play On A Midsummer’s Day is a modern adaptation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream with a twist. The play is directed by Kyle Jozsa and Nici Romo and showcases young local talent ranging in age from 7-18.

Dates and Times:
Thursday, August 2 at 7:00pm
Friday, August 3 at 7:00pm
Saturday, August 4 at 2:00pm

The Spicy Lamb Farm
6560 Akron Peninsula Rd.
Peninsula, Ohio 44264

Ticket Prices:
$8 for Students/Seniors
$15 for Adults
Tickets are available now at watheatre.com/midsummer or by calling (330)612-3090
*Buying tickets in advance is encouraged as audience space is limited.*

About the Cast:
Oberon the Fairy King is played by Steven Cooper of Stow, Ohio
Titania the Fairy Queen is played by Erika DeYoung of Peninsula, Ohio
Puck is played by Cambria Scarborough of Akron, Ohio
Nick Bottom is played by Colton Reynolds of Stow, Ohio
Peter Quince is played by Mango Hopp of Green, Ohio
Francis Flute is played by Helen Bryson of Akron, Ohio
Tom Snout is played by Sophia Poirier of Green, Ohio
Robin Starveling is played by Layla Wiseman of Akron, Ohio
Snug is played by Olive Wiseman of Akron, Ohio
Mustard Seed, First Fairy/Musician is played by Josie Reynolds of Stow, Ohio
Cobweb, Second Fairy is played by Aurora Reynolds of Stow, Ohio
Moth is played by Lara Dodez of Hartville, Ohio
Peasebottom is played by Sophie Durway of Akron, Ohio

About the Play:
Our play unfolds one long night in the middle of summer, in a forest where nothing but magic and mischief are a foot. There’s unrest in fairyland as Titania and Oberon’s fighting has escalated to the point of disaster for all other fairies. A band of actors are trying to put on a play but find trouble at every turn. And unbeknownst to everyone, merry Puck is weaving a web of naughtiness all for his own entertainment. Can the actors get their play together for the fairies? Will there be peace in fairyland or will Puck get his way all on this Midsummer’s Day?