Friday and Saturday Nights’ Shakespeare Theatre Scenes: photos by Kimberlie Jean-Poix
Macbeth: the murder of Banquo and Banquo’s ghost returns
The Cast of Macbeth Veritas Photo
The cast of Macbeth huddles up.
Aiden Glennon as Banquo is murdered by the murderers sent by Macbeth. From left they are Joe Naughton, Adam Dalton and Sabrina Sprague.
Murderers Adam Dalton and Sabrina Sprague stand over the body of Banquo (Aidan Glennon)
Adam Dalton and Aidan Glennon display the murderous violence in Macbeth
Navaeh Clara as Lady Lennox and Chris Penney as Ross
Shandi Austin (right) as Macbeth enters with Eden-Rose Dalton who played Lady Macbeth
Shandi Austin is not happy with the murderers who let Fleance escape.
Shandi Austin as Macbeth is not happy to learn that Fleance has escaped. Joe Naughton plays one of the murderers and Adam Dalton plays another. Veritas photo
The ghost of Banquo comes to dinner.
Banquo confronts Macbeth at the banquet.
Lords and ladies are not aware of the extra guest at the banquet.
The ghost of Banquo (Aiden Glennon) confronts Macbeth (Shandi Austin).
“Do not shake thy gory locks at me,” says Macbeth. Shandi Austin is Macbeth and Aiden Glennon is Banquo
Eden Dalton as Lady Macbeth and Shandi Austin as Macbeth at dress rehearsal for the Shakespeare Festival. Veritas photo
Romeo and Juliet: Queen Mab Speech and Juliet’s soliloquy
Kellie Berry as Mercutio and Ryan Struzziery as Romeo
Mercutio’s Queen Mab speech
Jurnee Dunn, Tahmya Capra and Erin Field play Juliet, the Nurse and Lady Capulet
Jurnee Dunn as Juliet considers what she will encounter after she takes the sleeping potion provided by Friar Lawrence
Juliet will sleep for 42 hours and awake in the Capulet’s tomb.
Hamlet: To Be or Not to Be soliloquy and Get thee to a nunnery scene
Hamlet Cast: Mike Belmonte, Morgan Foster, director Kendra Donovan, Jocelyn Reera, Sophie McLellan and Ronan McNally.
Morgan Foster as Polonius, Mike Belmonte as Claudius and Jocelyn Reera as Queen Gertrude
Ronan McNally and Sophie McLellan rehearse a scene from Hamlet at Thursday night’s dress rehearsal for the Rockland High School Shakespeare Festival. VERITAS photo
Hamlet receives his letters from Ophelia
Hamlet tells Ophelia that he never loved her.
Ronan McNally and Sophie McLellan
Hamlet advises Ophelia to get to a nunnery!
Hamlet’s distraction is apparent
A Midsummer Night’s Dream: The Play within the play
Ms. Walsh and the cast of A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Matt O’Brien, Devin Donnelly, Harry O’Brien, Mike McPeck and Julia DiCienzo
Mike McPeck and Devin Donnelly
Ryan Leavitt and Harry O’Brien
Matt O’Brien plays Thisbe, Ryan Leavitt is the wall and Harry O’Brien plays Pyramus
Matt O’Brien and Julia DeCienzo
Harry O’Brien is afraid he has lost his love, Thisbe
I die, says Pyramus.
Thisbe discovers Pyramus and kills herself too.
Pyramus asks if the king would like to see another scene.
The cast of A Midsummer Night’s Dream take a bow.
Matt McGaffigan, Rebekah Panaro, Eli Jones, Ryan Struzziery, Macie Jones and Erin Field.