Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing’s Cast

Bard in the Burbs is proud to announce the cast for its upcoming production of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, directed by Suzanne Ogren & Sean Ogren. Thank you to all who came out to audition. Don’t miss your chance to see this talented company of players perform at Stacey De & Company 1946 University Ln Lisle, IL 60532 Performances for Much Ado About Nothing will take place from Friday, May 4th thru Sunday, May [ . . . Read More . . . ]

Auditions: Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing

Auditions for Bard in the Burbs‘ upcoming production of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, directed by Suzanne Ogren & Sean Ogren, are set for Sunday, February 11th @ 6:00pm, with callbacks Tuesday, February 13th @ 7:00pm at: Stacey De & Company 1946 University Ln Lisle, IL 60532 Please note that this show is non-equity and there is no pay. Performances for Much Ado About Nothing will take place from Friday May 4th thru Sunday May 13th Fridays [ . . . Read More . . . ]

Hamlet Opens this Friday!!!

After several weeks of rehearsals the players of Hamlet look forward to inviting audience members into their world where ghosts walk the night, loved ones cannot be trusted, and sanity wavers. At Bard in the Burbs, we believe that odd is beautiful. So check out the beauty in our odd schedule: We do not have Sunday matinees. We have Sunday evening shows. Performing in a matinee somewhere else? No worries! Come and see the cast [ . . . Read More . . . ]

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Auditions: Shakespeare’s Hamlet

Auditions for Bard in the Burbs‘ upcoming production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, directed by Sean Ogren & Suzanne Ogren, are set for Tuesday, July 11th and Wednesday, July 12th from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. at: Stacey De & Company 1946 University Ln Lisle, IL 60532 Auditions will consist of scenes from the play. To sign up for an audition slot and receive audition sides, please send a request entitled “Hamlet Audition” to Sean Ogren at seanogren@gmail.com. Walk-ins [ . . . Read More . . . ]

Schedule / Tickets Information: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream Here at Bard in the Burbs, we believe that odd is beautiful. For that reason, our show schedule is always a bit odd. Please note the beauty of the following: We do not have Sunday matinees. We have Sunday evening shows. Having lunch with Mom? Performing in a matinee somewhere else? No worries! The show is only 90 minutes so you can still come see us and get to bed [ . . . Read More . . . ]

Updated!!!: Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream Cast

After an extended audition time, Bard in the Burbs is happy to announce that the following parts are now cast for its May production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. In the part of Flute (Thisbe), we are very pleased to welcome the very funny Paula Rada. And in the part of Oberon/Theseus, we are very excited to see the roles as interpreted by Mr. Aaron Hoge. Thank you again to everyone for coming out [ . . . Read More . . . ]

Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream Cast

Bard in the Burbs is proud to present the cast for its upcoming production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Among the many talented players, we are also very happy to welcome the following new players to our fold – Amanda Garofalo, Mary Kuhn and Chris Picchione. THE CAST CHARACTER PLAYER THE FAERIES PUCK Lisa Dawn OBERON AUDITION w/ THESEUS TITANIA Sande Harris Ogren PEASBLOSSOM Michelle Ho MUSTARDSEED Amanda Garofalo COBWEB Beth Sitrick MOTH Pam Turlow [ . . . Read More . . . ]

Auditions: Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Upcoming Auditions: Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream Bard in the Burbs, an up & coming Shakespearean-focused theater company in the Western Suburbs, is holding auditions for Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, directed by Sean Ogren. There are 3 roles available, described below. Please note: these are non-equity auditions with no pay. Auditions will be held Sunday, March 5th from 4-9pm at Stacey De & Co, located at 1946 University Lane, Lisle, IL 60532. All those interested [ . . . Read More . . . ]