lo6. THE MICHIGAN DAILY
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM-Leo Ciceri (left) is Lysander in the early Shakespeare comedy. In Athe scene (right) the rustics
present their entertainment before assembled royalty. Kate Reid and Tony Van Bridge also star in the production, directed by Douglas
Campbefill and designed by Brian Jackson. Douglas Seale directed the Stratford production of "King John."
Ia rris, Plummer Cast in Stratford Shakespeare
At Stratford, Ontario, the 1960
Shakespearean Festival is in its
fourth week of summer repertory
theatre and looking forward to a
busy two months of theatre, con-
certi and film presentations.
Shakespeare is only the feature
attraction in a long list of events
that includes Tyrone Guthrie's
new production of "HMS Pina-
fore," two original Canadian plays,
a two-week film festival, and con-
appearances by Glenn Gould,
' Oscar Shumsky, and Leonard Rose.
As in past summers, Stratford
has mounted one each of Shakes-
peare's comedies, histories and
tragedies. This summer, the selec-
tions are all from an early period
of Shakespeare's writing career.
"King John" is the early history
play. In the title role is Douglas
Rain, while Christopher Plummer
appears as Philip the Bastard.
Julie Harris, Max Helpmann,
Helen Burns and Ann Casson also
Douglas Seale directed "King
John" and John Cook has written
This summer's comedy is "A
Midsummer Night's Dream"; it
stars Kate Reid as Helena, Leo
Ciceri as Lysander, and Tony Van
Bridge as Bottom. Douglas Camp-
bell has directed the production
while Harry Somers is the com-
poser and Brian Jackson the set
The much-loved tragedy of
"Romeo and Juliet" is the final
production of Shakespeare this
summer. Bruno Gerussl and Julie1
Harris are the lovers and Christo-
pher Plummer plays Mercutio.
Kate Reid, Douglas Rain, Ann
Casson and Jack Creley are among
the supporting players.
"Romeo and Juliet" was directed
by Michael Langham. Louis Apple-
baum composed the music. The'
designer is Tanya Moiseiwitsch,,
who also designed "King John."
Performances of Shakespeare
take place nightly, Monday
through Saturday, at 8:30 p.m.,
with matinees on Wednesdays and
Saturdays at 2:30 p.m. The three
plays are scheduled for successive
performances throughout the sea-
Gilbert and Sullivan's "HMS
Pinafore," in a modern production
by Tyrone Guthrie, Is the Strat-
ford musical comedy offering this
year. It will have its final per-
formance August 6.
Marion Studholme, Andrew Dow- During the two weeks, August 22
nie, and Eric House have lead to September 3, a film festival,
roles in the musical. Louis Apple- featuring new films from around
baum conducts the National Festi- the world, will climax the 1960
val Orchestra. Festival at Stratford.
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