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What Dreams May Co. is dedicated to making the classics accessible to all. Simple, minimalistic productions leave the focus on the language and characters, challenging the actors in the company to reach new levels and expand their knowledge of the classics. Passionate performances delve to the heart of the text, bringing the story to life in a way that connects with and immerses modern audiences. After all, "What dreams may come, when we have shuffled off this mortal coil, must give us pause." With our productions, we hope every person has a chance to experience that moment to pause, be touched by the beauty of the language, and carry that experience with them into the world.


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DOG SEES GOD: CONFESSIONS OF A TEENAGE BLOCKHEAD  | Open: 12/03/15 Close: 12/19/15
DOG SEES GOD: CONFESSIONS OF A TEENAGE BLOCKHEAD
BY BERT V. ROYAL
Directed By: Chris Rivera & Bloo Rodriguez
Stage Manager: Emily Thaler

"Dear Pen Pal, I know it's been a few years since I last wrote you. I hope you're still there. I'm not sure you ever were."

After every Thursday and Saturday performance of The Bacchae, Queens Shakespeare will be presenting a special benefit performance of Burt V. Royal’s Dog sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead. Half of all proceeds will benefit The Trevor Project, the leading national organization focused on suicide prevention efforts among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth.

Co-Directors Chris Rivera (Director of 2014’s critically acclaimed Romeo & Juliet and our smash hit production of Julius Caesar earlier this season) and Bloo Rodriguez (Assistance Director of Julius Caesar and Assistant Director of The Secret Theater’s sellout production of Macbeth) take us back to a time in which millennials where called something different, high school students. A place where labels turn whole people into nothing more than their respective cliques: jock, bully, stoner, geek, and queer. Using the fashion and musical stylings of the late ‘90s/early 2000s and asking the question “what if the eternal children from the comics we read grew up?” provide the perfect vehicle for a flashback to a time where things should have been simple, but never were. A time where you were “different” in a school filled with people who all pretend to be the same.

Dog Sees God has not been authorized or approved in any manner by the Charles M. Shultz estate or United Features Syndicate, which have no responsibility for it’s content.

For more information on the production contact Jonathan Emerson at jonathanemerson2000@yahoo.com or visit www.wdmcshakespeare.com/

Featuring: Jonathan Emerson, Colin Hinckley, Bryna Kearney, Lisa McGurn, Kate McMorran, Chrissy Sheehan, Matthew Pohlman, Marshall Taylor Thurman
Performances of Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead are
December 3RD, 5th, 10th, 12th, 17th, 19th at 10PM
John DeSotelle Studio
300 W 43rd St
New York, NY 10036
Tickets are $18.
To purchase tickets, please visit http://wdmcdogseesgod.brownpapertickets.com or call 1-800-838-3006

About the Company: What Dreams May Co

What Dreams May Co. is dedicated to making the classics accessible to all. Simple, minimalistic productions leave the focus on the language and characters, challenging the actors in the company to reach new levels and expand their knowledge of the classics. Passionate performances delve to the heart of the text, bringing the story to life in a way that connects with and immerses modern audiences. After all, "What dreams may come, when we have shuffled off this mortal coil, must give us pause." With our productions, we hope every person has a chance to experience that moment to pause, be touched by the beauty of the language, and carry that experience with them into the world.

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HENRY VI  | Open: 01/04/18 Close: 01/13/18
The smallest worm will turn being trodden on, And doves will peck in safeguard of their brood.

Following up our successful run of Robin Hood, What Dreams May Co in partnership with Queens Shakespeare are pleased to present Henry VI by William Shakespeare (All 3 parts combined into a 2 part repertory production). Join us as we continue our season of badass women, boys who play at kings, and politicians who would be kings…Oh and did we mention swords. Lots and lots of swords.    

Director Stephan Bloo Rodriguez (part I), and Christina Sheehan’s (Parts II and III) modern dystopia inspired design transports audiences to a land at war with itself. An England torn apart by personal squabbles and petty jealousy. A place where ineffectual leadership, incompetence, and a lack of compassion lead to a people divided by greed, lust, and hatred and give rise to the worst of humanity’s nature.  

We invite you to stare thru the looking glass with us at a world burning unawares, as we play witness to Henry’s fall, Richard’s rise, and what triumphs only when good people do nothing.

For more information on the production contact Jonathan Emerson at jonathanemerson2000@yahoo.com or visit www.wdmcshakespeare.com/

Featuring: Kristin Bellamarie, Jordan Cobb, Natalia Cuevas, Jonathan Emerson, Leana Gardella, Nick Grabowski, Samantha Leigh, Larissa Marten, Steven Michael Martin, Erik Olson, Chris Rivera, Christina Sheehan, Emily C.A. Snyder, Gabriel Stephens, Cameron A. Tubbs, Lauren Wilmore

 

Performances of Henry VI are
January 4th – January 13TH (Part I Thursdays at 7PM and Saturdays at 2PM/Part II Fridays and Saturdays at 7PM)

The Medicine Show Theatre
549 W 52nd St

New York, NY 10019

Tickets are $20.

To purchase tickets, please visit http://wdmchenryswar.bpt.me/ or call 1-800-838-3006

 


About the Company: What Dreams May Co

What Dreams May Co. is dedicated to making the classics accessible to all. Simple, minimalistic productions leave the focus on the language and characters, challenging the actors in the company to reach new levels and expand their knowledge of the classics. Passionate performances delve to the heart of the text, bringing the story to life in a way that connects with and immerses modern audiences. After all, "What dreams may come, when we have shuffled off this mortal coil, must give us pause." With our productions, we hope every person has a chance to experience that moment to pause, be touched by the beauty of the language, and carry that experience with them into the world.

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Hamlet  | Open: 05/24/13 Close: 06/01/13
What Dreams May Co. Theatre presents
Hamlet

By William Shakespeare

Directed By Nicole Schalmo

Stage Manager Laura Mckellar
 

When sorrows come, they come not single spies. But in battalions!”

 

From the producers of last season’s smash hit Othello, What Dreams May Co. Theatre Company explodes into the 2013 Season with a dark and gritty modern reimagining of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet.

The geometrically inspired set incorporates sharp angular set pieces and makes use of an enclosed stage space with nine rectangular exits and entrances; creating a visceral, cerebral, design that pulls the audience into the world of the play and into the inner mind of each character. Director and Producer Nicole Schalmo’s backdrop of a modern dystopian monarchy immerses the audience in the political intrigues of Claudius and Gertrude, haunts us with Ophelia’s heartbreak and Laertes’ rage, and brings us to the heart and soul of Hamlet’s quest for answers, justice, and vengeance.

A founder of the company, Ms. Schalmo has been seen onstage as often as she is behind the director’s table. Her directing credits include WDMC’sRomeo & Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (where she also performed as Titania/Hypolita), Adelphi’s The Day They Shot John Lennon andElectric Roses. She was recently seen onstage as Emiliain last season’s production ofOthello. Co-Founder Christina Sheehan brings years of classical stage and Shakespearean dramaturgical experience to her portrayal of Ophelia. Ms. Sheehan was recently seen in the Queens Players staged reading of Double Falsehood and broke hearts last season as Cassio in the What Dreams May Co. production of Othello. Other noteworthy performances include: Juliet in WDMC's Romeo and Juliet, Hermia in WDMC's Midsummer, Ariel in Garden Shakespeare's Tempest, and The Leader of the Furies in ATA's The Eumenides. Playing the title role is Jonathan Emerson. No stranger to the classics Mr. Emerson received critical acclaim for his performance as Feste in the Queens Players production of Twelfth Night (See Review), Puck in the Queens Shakespeare production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream (See Review), and as the Dauphin in George Bernard Shaw’s Saint Joan (See Review).           

This fast paced, high stakes production of what many consider to be Shakespeare’s finest work will keep audiences on the edge of their seats as we explore the dark side of power, the pain of betrayal, and the fire that burns within the depths of the human soul.

Featuring: Nathan Beagle, Alan Brinks, Neil Brown, Jonathan Emerson, Megan Heinrich, Steven Martin, Vince Reese, Michael Renna, Debra Lynn Rico, Monique Sanchez, Christina Sheehan, Jason Spina,

What Dreams May Co. is dedicated to making the classics accessible to all. Simple, minimalistic productions leave the focus on the language and characters, challenging the actors in the company to reach new levels and expand their knowledge of the classics. Passionate performances delve to the heart of the text, bringing the story to life in a way that connects with and immerses modern audiences. After all, "What dreams may come, when we have shuffled off this mortal coil, must give us pause." With our productions, we hope every person has a chance to experience that moment to pause, be touched by the beauty of the language, and carry that experience with them into the world.

For more information on the production contact Jonathan Emerson at jonathanemerson2000@yahoo.comor visit http://www.facebook.com/#!/whatdreamsmayco?fref=ts

“Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.”

Performances of Hamlet are
May 24th @ 8pm, May 25th @ 3PM and 8PM,

May 31st @ 8PM, and June 1st @ 3PM and 8PM

The 133RD St Arts Center
308 W 133RD St.
NY, NY 10027

Tickets are $18.

To purchase tickets, please visit (http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/370199).

1-800-838-3006


About the Company: What Dreams May Co

What Dreams May Co. is dedicated to making the classics accessible to all. Simple, minimalistic productions leave the focus on the language and characters, challenging the actors in the company to reach new levels and expand their knowledge of the classics. Passionate performances delve to the heart of the text, bringing the story to life in a way that connects with and immerses modern audiences. After all, "What dreams may come, when we have shuffled off this mortal coil, must give us pause." With our productions, we hope every person has a chance to experience that moment to pause, be touched by the beauty of the language, and carry that experience with them into the world.

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Julius Caesar  | Open: 07/17/15 Close: 08/02/15
“When beggars die, there are no comets seen;

the heavens themselves blaze forth the death of princes.”

After receiving praise from audiences and critics alike for their smash hit productions of Much Ado about Nothing and Romeo & Juliet in 2014, What Dreams May Co in partnership with Queens Shakespeare Inc. sets 2015 ablaze with controversial, brutal, modern re-imaginings of two of the classical theatre’s most horrifying yet soul searching works. Join us as we shine the looking glass on men worshiped as gods, vengeful gods walking amongst men, and the destructive might of men turned mob.  First up…Julius Caesar.

Director Chris Rivera (Director of 2014’s critically acclaimed Romeo & Juliet) brings audiences to an apocalyptic Rome. The last glimmer of civilization surrounded by a world in ruin. A city where citizens starve and senators serve as assassins. Where tyrants rule with an iron fist, and are repaid by the grace of a friendly knife. Watch as honorable men become the very thing they set out to stop, while a few carefully chosen words let slip the dogs of war.       

Shakespeare for a Cause: Every Saturday after the performance a special benefit variety show hosted by Louie Pearlman & Matthew Pohlman will be presented at 10:00PM. Admission is by donation with all proceeds to benefit The Trevor Project 

Featuring: John Bateman, Francesca Calo, Erin Capistrano, V. Orion Delwaterman, Jonathan Emerson, Laura Hill, Dorbens Ricardo Lemma, Alexander Katz, Serena Miller, Joe Nowacki, Clinton Powell, Lizzie Roberts, Christina Sheehan, Joey Suarez, Maire Vigliotta, Maggie Zamora,

For more information on the production contact Jonathan Emerson at jonathanemerson2000@yahoo.com or visit www.wdmcshakespeare.com/


About the Company: What Dreams May Co

 

What Dreams May Co. is dedicated to making the classics accessible to all. Simple, minimalistic productions leave the focus on the language and characters, challenging the actors in the company to reach new levels and expand their knowledge of the classics. Passionate performances delve to the heart of the text, bringing the story to life in a way that connects with and immerses modern audiences. After all, "What dreams may come, when we have shuffled off this mortal coil, must give us pause." With our productions, we hope every person has a chance to experience that moment to pause, be touched by the beauty of the language, and carry that experience with them into the world.

 

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KING LEAR  | Open: 12/08/16 Close: 12/17/16
“Thou shouldst not have been old till though hadst been wise.”

After another amazing season, with amazing work onstage, with amazing audiences, who were in turn….amazed in 2015, What Dreams May Co in partnership with Queens Shakespeare Inc. again turns the microscope onto two of literature’s most famous characters, who on the surface appear to be complete opposites. One a certain boy who will never grow up, the other one of Shakespeare’s kings who has grown quite old. Yet they both seem to suffer a clear case of “Peter Pan Syndrome”; flying about from place to place, and oblivious to the destruction they leave in their wake. Following up our successful run of The Terrible Tragedy of Peter Pan, What Dreams May Co is pleased to present William Shakespeare’s King Lear.

Director Emily C.A. Snyder brings audiences to the last days of Imperial Russia, a world of encroaching cold and darkness, of blowing winds, and crashing thunder. A place where class distinctions are brutally enforced, in the ever shifting battle to keep from being…left out in the cold. Exploring this timeless work through this high stakes lens, with a female Lear played by Kitty Mortland, audiences will be left to discover their own reason in madness, find the wisdom in folly, and perhaps…see a bit of their own nature in the shadow of Lear’s looking glass.

For more information on the production contact Jonathan Emerson at jonathanemerson2000@yahoo.com or visit www.wdmcshakespeare.com/

Featuring: Jennifer Carter, Jonathan Emerson, William Gwyn, Samantha Leigh, Kitty Mortland, Erik LaPointe, Everett O’Neil, Chris Rivera, Alexi Sargeant, Becca Schneider, Chrissy Sheehan


About the Company: What Dreams May Co

What Dreams May Co. is dedicated to making the classics accessible to all. Simple, minimalistic productions leave the focus on the language and characters, challenging the actors in the company to reach new levels and expand their knowledge of the classics. Passionate performances delve to the heart of the text, bringing the story to life in a way that connects with and immerses modern audiences. After all, "What dreams may come, when we have shuffled off this mortal coil, must give us pause." With our productions, we hope every person has a chance to experience that moment to pause, be touched by the beauty of the language, and carry that experience with them into the world.

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Macbeth  | Open: 12/06/13 Close: 12/21/13
Macbeth

By William Shakespeare

Directed By Christina Sheehan

Stage Manager Maksim Kosomov
 

“By the pricking of my thumb…Something wicked this way comes!”

 

From the producers of this summer’s acclaimed production of Hamlet, What Dreams May Co. Theatre Company returns to the 133RDStreet Arts Center this fall with a soul haunting retelling of Macbeth. Join us as we explore the passion, plots, and prophecies which plague Shakespeare’s most infamous power couple.

Director Christina Sheehan invites you to a modern dystopia gripped by war, in which the veil between the living and the dead is always calling, where the road to hell is paved with the best of intentions, and where those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it. Witness the noble corrupted into the bestial, true love converted to guilt-ridden madness, and heroes rise from the ashes of despair as we cut right to the raw heart of Shakespeare’s classic tale.   

Featuring: Alan Brinks, Jonathan Emerson, Josh Laird, John Maddaloni, Vince Reese, James Rieser, Nicole Schalmo, Monique Sanchez, Zoe Sjogerman, Sophia Watt, Marcus Watson,  and Lindsey Zelli

For more information on the production contact Jonathan Emerson at jonathanemerson2000@yahoo.comor visit www.wdmcshakespeare.com

Performances of Macbeth are
Dec 6th – December 21ST @ 8PM

Matinee Performances Dec 7th, 8th, 14th, 15th, 21st @ 3PM

The 133RD St Arts Center
308 W 133RD St.
NY, NY 10027

Tickets are $18.

To purchase tickets, please visit http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/495842or call 1-800-838-3006


About the Company: What Dreams May Co

What Dreams May Co. is dedicated to making the classics accessible to all. Simple, minimalistic productions leave the focus on the language and characters, challenging the actors in the company to reach new levels and expand their knowledge of the classics. Passionate performances delve to the heart of the text, bringing the story to life in a way that connects with and immerses modern audiences. After all, "What dreams may come, when we have shuffled off this mortal coil, must give us pause." With our productions, we hope every person has a chance to experience that moment to pause, be touched by the beauty of the language, and carry that experience with them into the world.

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Much Ado About Nothing  | Open: 06/05/14 Close: 06/21/14
“Some Cupid kills with arrows, some with traps.”

After receiving praise from audiences and critics alike for their smash hit productions of Hamlet and Macbeth in 2013, What Dreams May Co Shakespeare explores the dangers and the delights of love. It's risks, it's rewards, it's passion and it's price. Join us for our 2014 season as we bring to life 2 couples whose tales embody all these qualities...with uproarious laughter, with unrestrained joy, and with unfathomable sorrow. First up…Much Ado About Nothing.

Director Nicole Schalmo brings Beatrice and Benedick’s merry war of words to small town USA, where this tale of slander and scandal might very well have been pulled from the headlines in present day Middle America. Costume and set designs reflect the Midwestern feel and help to shine a present-day light on the gender and socioeconomic themes that help drive each character. Prepare for a hilarious and heartwarming journey as What Dreams May Co once again holds the mirror up to nature.

Featuring: Meghan Blakeman, Lauren Marie Callen, Andrew Dahreddine, Gregg Ellson, Jonathan Emerson, Kate Fallon, Kenny Fedorko, Sam Gibbs, Aimee Marcelle, Kelly McCready, Isaac Allen Miller, Chrissy Sheehan, Rafael Svarin, and Gonzalo Trigueros

For more information on the production contact Jonathan Emerson at jonathanemerson2000@yahoo.com or visit www.wdmcshakespeare.com/


About the Company: What Dreams May Co

What Dreams May Co. is dedicated to making the classics accessible to all. Simple, minimalistic productions leave the focus on the language and characters, challenging the actors in the company to reach new levels and expand their knowledge of the classics. Passionate performances delve to the heart of the text, bringing the story to life in a way that connects with and immerses modern audiences. After all, "What dreams may come, when we have shuffled off this mortal coil, must give us pause." With our productions, we hope every person has a chance to experience that moment to pause, be touched by the beauty of the language, and carry that experience with them into the world.

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ROMEO & JULIET  | Open: 12/04/14 Close: 12/20/14
“These violent delights have violent ends, And in their Triumph die, like fire and powder, Which as they kiss consume.”

After receiving praise from audiences and critics alike for their smash hit season opener Much Ado About Nothing, What Dreams May Co Shakespeare continues their exploration into the dangers and the delights of love. It's risks, it's rewards, it's passion and it's price. Join us for the finale of our 2014 season as we bring to life this timeless couple whose tale embodies all these qualities with uproarious laughter, with unrestrained joy, and with unfathomable sorrow.

Director Chris Rivera brings literatures most famous and most tragic pair of star-crossed lovers into a gritty modern fantasy. Audiences will find themselves pulled into a world where religion turns the pages, family politics pulls the strings, and lives lived by the sword…are ended by it.

The set design will feature paintings by acclaimed multimedia artist Matthew Emerson which will enhance the feeling of being pulled into the storybook. All artwork featured will be auctioned throughout the course of the production and 75% of all proceeds will benefit Trinity Place Shelter for homeless LGBT youth. 


About the Company: What Dreams May Co

What Dreams May Co. is dedicated to making the classics accessible to all. Simple, minimalistic productions leave the focus on the language and characters, challenging the actors in the company to reach new levels and expand their knowledge of the classics. Passionate performances delve to the heart of the text, bringing the story to life in a way that connects with and immerses modern audiences. After all, "What dreams may come, when we have shuffled off this mortal coil, must give us pause." With our productions, we hope every person has a chance to experience that moment to pause, be touched by the beauty of the language, and carry that experience with them into the world.

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THE BACCHAE/SISTERS OF SEMELE  | Open: 12/03/15 Close: 12/19/15
THE BACCHAE/SISTERS OF SEMELE
BY EURIPIDES/CHRIS RIVERA
Directed By: Christina Sheehan
Stage Manager: Bloo Rodriquez

“The Son of Zeus is back in Thebes.”

After receiving praise from audiences and critics alike for their smash hit productions of Much Ado about Nothing and Romeo & Juliet in 2014, Queens Shakespeare in partnership with What Dreams May Co brings audiences part 2 of its 2015 Season with a controversial, brutal, modern re-imagining of the classical theatre’s most horrifying yet soul searching work. Join us as we shine the looking glass on men worshiped as gods, vengeful gods walking amongst men, and the destructive might of men turned mob. Next up…Euripides’ The Bacchae.

Director Christina Sheehan (Director of 2013’s critically acclaimed Macbeth) brings audiences back to a ravaged world always on the brink of chaos. Featuring a modern one-act prequel to The Bacchae, The Sisters of Semele by Chris Rivera and set in the same post-apocalyptic universe explored in Julius Caesar, we now Journey to the land of Thebes. A young king is newly come into his rule and a young demigod has newly come into his power. The conflict between these two cousins pitting man VS Maenad, and force VS faith, is at its core two boys throwing a tantrum in trying to prove themselves to the world and to their families. When such squabbles occur between gods and kings the stakes become dangerous, the consequences become deadly.

Classics for a Cause: Every Thursday & Saturday at 10:00PM after the performance of The Bacchae will be a special benefit production of Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead by Bert V. Royal. 50% of all proceeds will benefit The Trevor Project, the leading national organization focused on suicide prevention efforts among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning and other queer youth.

Featuring: Francesca Calo, Cameron Clarke, Madeleine Dauer, Maria Diez, Psacoya Guinn, Jonathan Emerson, Kate Herman, Colin Hinckley, Bryna Kearney, Rhiannan Lattimer, Lisa McGurn, Kate McMorran, Clinton Powell, Pedro Rios, Chris Rivera, Maddie Sykes, Marshall Taylor Thurman

For more information on the production contact Jonathan Emerson at jonathanemerson2000@yahoo.com or visit www.wdmcshakespeare.com/

Performances of Sisters of Semele/The Bacchae are
December 3RD – December 19th (Thurs, Fri, and Sat at 7PM/Matinees Sat at 2PM)
John DeSotelle Studio
300 W 43rd St
New York, NY 10036
Tickets are $18.
To purchase tickets, please visit http://wdmcbacchae.brownpapertickets.com or call 1-800-838-3006

About the Company: What Dreams May Co

What Dreams May Co. is dedicated to making the classics accessible to all. Simple, minimalistic productions leave the focus on the language and characters, challenging the actors in the company to reach new levels and expand their knowledge of the classics. Passionate performances delve to the heart of the text, bringing the story to life in a way that connects with and immerses modern audiences. After all, "What dreams may come, when we have shuffled off this mortal coil, must give us pause." With our productions, we hope every person has a chance to experience that moment to pause, be touched by the beauty of the language, and carry that experience with them into the world.

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THE TERRIBLE TRADGEDY OF PETER PAN  | Open: 06/30/16 Close: 07/09/16
“Tomorrow is something I’ve been too afraid to face. Because what is left tomorrow is one day less than today.”

After another amazing season, with amazing work onstage, with amazing audiences, who were in turn….amazed in 2015, What Dreams May Co in partnership with Queens Shakespeare Inc. again shines the looking glass onto 2 of literature’s most famous characters, who on the surface appear to be complete opposites. One, a certain boy who will never grow up. The other; one of Shakespeare’s kings who has grown quite old. Yet they both seem to suffer a clear case of “Peter Pan Syndrome”; flying about from place to place, searching for a mother, and oblivious to the destruction they leave in their wake.  Join us for a season of flying, fighting, and crowing in the Spring and then in Winter make way for a very crazy, cranky King….or Queen (wink wink…nod nod) First up: The Terrible Tragedy of Peter Pan.

A reimagining of the classic children’s story adapted from the original J.M. Barrie play, The Terrible Tragedy of Peter Pan casts adults in the roles traditionally played by children. And explores through this new lens, what it really means to never grow up. Director Christina Sheehan’s sparse yet gritty design, institutionalizes each character in a way that lets us look into their psychology as we watch each “play” through their individual psychoses. A world made of “faith, trust, and fairy dust” that makes us ask ourselves are we in Neverland, or is Neverland inside all of us?

Please note:  The Terrible Tragedy of Peter Pan is recommended for ages 13 and up. For more information on the production contact Jonathan Emerson at jonathanemerson2000@yahoo.com or visit www.wdmcshakespeare.com/

Featuring: Alexandra Acosta, Drew Barksdale, Jennifer Carter, Jonathan Emerson, Bryna Kearney, Ariel Kim, Phillippe Levesque, Bill Meoni-Ridenour, Larry Phillips, Matthew Pohlman, Callan Suozzi-Rearic, Kezia Tyson, Jaine Ye

 

Performances of The Terrible Tragedy of Peter Pan are
June 30TH – July 9th (Thurs, Fri, and Sat at 7PM/Matinees Sat at 2PM)

John DeSotelle Studio
300 W 43rd St

New York, NY 10036

Tickets are $20.

To purchase tickets, please visit http://wdmcpan.brownpapertickets.com or call 1-800-838-3006


About the Company: What Dreams May Co

What Dreams May Co. is dedicated to making the classics accessible to all. Simple, minimalistic productions leave the focus on the language and characters, challenging the actors in the company to reach new levels and expand their knowledge of the classics. Passionate performances delve to the heart of the text, bringing the story to life in a way that connects with and immerses modern audiences. After all, "What dreams may come, when we have shuffled off this mortal coil, must give us pause." With our productions, we hope every person has a chance to experience that moment to pause, be touched by the beauty of the language, and carry that experience with them into the world.

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