William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream

This summer, Entity Theatre presents William Shakespeare’s best-loved comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Theatron, Westpark.

Join us for our 10-year anniversary of open-air Shakespeare with Entity Theatre!




Four young members of the nobility run away to the forest only to have Puck, Oberon’s fairy, make both of the men fall in love with the same woman.

Why? An honest mistake.

The result? Confusion, despair and a lot of chasing each other.

Incidentally, someone is transformed into a donkey, with whom the Fairy Queen, Titania, promptly falls in love. Also, a wall will make an appearance, as do lion and moonshine. And, of course, William Shakespeare.

Lord, what fools these mortals be!


Adaptation and direction by Conny Loder & John Yates, produced by Ken Lawler & Peter Heinz.




Performance dates:

June 28–30, 2024, 19:00

July 5–7, 2024, 19:00

July 12–14, 2024, 19:00


Performances will last approx. 90 minutes. Simply bring a blanket and a picnic and enjoy our abridged version of Midsummer Night’s Dream.


Please be advised that this is an outdoor production; we recommend that you wear suitable clothing and footwear.

In case of rain, please check our weather phone for an update 0176 52441735.


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CAST (in alphabetical order):

Anne Wollstein  – Wood Nymph 
Blair Gaulton – Wood Nymph
Cindy Bloes – Helena
Daniel von Eichhorn – Demetrius
David Hall – Philostrate
David Viita – Peter Quince / William Shakespeare
Elizabeth Goetze – Nick Bottom
Erik Richter- Oberon
Helen Schulz – Hippolyta
Helena Heidelmeyer- Wood Nymph 
Isabella Quintas – Snug
Jennifer Mikulla – Wood Nymph
Joseph Holland-Crabtree – Francis Flute
John Yates – Tom Snout
Megan Foley – Wood Nymph 
Megan Nerlich – Puck
Michael Pigott – Egeus
Samuel Cumani – Lysander
Sophie Cretaine – Hermia
Susan Kelly – Wood Nymph 
Tracey Adele Cooper – Titania
Vaishak Raju – Theseus
Victoria Kildyushevskaya – Wood Nymph



Stage Management: Christine Fuss, Sarah Ryan, Estefanía Vidal

Costumes: Janet Giannone, Joseph Holland-Crabtree, Maggie Owens

Set Design: Ken Lawler, Anton Loder, John Yates

Music: Helen Schulz, Tracey Adele Cooper

Front of House: Jeremy McCowatt

Dance: Sophie Cretaine

Photos: Tom Hafner

Marketing & Creative: Polyxeni Pelteki, Peter Heinz

Diction Coach: David Viita