A Midsummer Night's Dream (4-actor version)
by Penfold Theatre Company

Sep. 29 - Oct. 16, 2022

In this most beloved of Shakespeare's comedies, Lysandra loves Hermia, Hermia loves Lysandra, Demetrius loves Hermia, Helenus loves Demetrius, and no one loves Helenus (poor Helenus). When the members of this tangled love quadrangle lose themselves in a magical forest one midsummer evening, a band of mischievous fairies playing loose with a certain love potion catapult the romance, confusion and fun to an enchanted new level!

Back for the 10th year of Penfold in the Park! As Lysandra and Hermia flee Athens’ oppressive laws into a forest full of meddlesome fairies, will love come out on top? This new spin on the classic story places all 21 characters in the hands of 4 virtuosic performers for a free night of fun for the whole family!

Written by William Shakespeare and adapted and directed by Rosalind Faires. The production team also includes costume design by Jenny Hanna Chambers, sound design by Lowell Bartholomee,set, lighting and properties design by Natalie George, technical direction by Jacob Foster, intimacy consultant Cate Tucker, with Oscar Franco as stage manager and Carl Gonzales as production manager.


(via  Penfold Theatre)


Yunina Barbour-Payne is Titania, Lysandra, and more! You may remember her as Edna in the world premiere of A War of the Worlds.
Taylor Flanagan is Puck, Hermia, etc! This is will be her 3rd Penfold in the Park in a row. Wow!
Kevin Percival is Bottom, Helenus, and others! He joined us over the pandemic in our theatre-by-phone production of The Control Group.
Dane Parker is Oberon, Demetrius, and more! As Ollie, he did all the foley in the world premiere of A War of the Worlds and this is Dane's 2nd production of Midsummer this year!






A Midsummer Night's Dream (4-actor version)
by William Shakespeare, adapted by Rosalind Faires
Penfold Theatre Company

September 29 - October 16, 2022
Round Rock Amphitheatre
301 Bagdad Street
Round Rock, TX, 78664

September 29 – October 16, 2022 | Thursdays through Sundasy at 7:30 pm; No Performance Oct 9

Round Rock Amphitheater | 301 W Bagdad Ave. #250 | Round Rock, TX | 78664


Parking: Free parking in surface parking lot and garage

*Part of the Penfold in the Park Series

Special Events for A Midsummer Night’s Dream:

·        Sunday, October 2: Midsummer Pride Night

Join your friends from Round Rock Pride to enjoy the show surrounded by community and love. Half the proceeds from the performance will go directly to the vital work of OutYouth.

About OutYouth: For 32 years, Out Youth has supported Central Texas LGBTQIA+ youth and young adults by providing safe places where they are loved, acknowledged, and accepted for exactly who they are. Their life-saving and life-changing programs and services ensure these promising young people develop into happy, healthy, successful adults. Out Youth hosts a variety of programs to keep their youth mentally and physically safe such as drop-in times at their youth community center, by offering free individual counseling and group therapy sessions, and through their in-school-support services. To find out more information about ways to get involved and about their services, please visit outyouth.org today.

·        Saturday, October 15: ASL Interpreted Performance

Come experience this spectacular show and enjoy top-notch interpretation by Ploeger ASL Interpreting.

Information on A Midsummers Night’s Dream is available at penfoldtheatre.org/event/a-midsummer-nights-dream/2022-10-16/.

Information about productions and season memberships is available at: penfoldtheatre.org/on-stage/2022-23-season/

Membership and Ticketing Information:

Memberships are available now for the 2022-23 season for three shows (A Christmas Carol Classic Radiocast, Vincent, and Box). Memberships are the best way to receive priority seating, flexibility in scheduling, discounts on additional seating, no fees and more all while supporting the arts and many programs. Memberships start at $79 and are available HERE. Single tickets on sale will be announced at a later date.


Photo: Natalie Blackman, Amelia Turner (via Penfold Theatre)