The Show Must Go Online today announce the full cast for their upcoming livestreamed reading of William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night’s Dream, taking place on 3 June at 7pm.

The full cast is: Katrina Allen (Puck), Scarlett Archer (Fairy & Peaseblossom), Reneltta Arluk (Hippolyta), Andrew Mockler (Oberon), Corinna Brown (Snug), Natalie Boakye (Titania), Harry Boyd (Flute), Leonard Cook (Theseus), Hannah Ellis (Helena), Quinn Hendel (Mustardseed), Annabelle Higgins (Moth), Amit Khanna (Egeus), Mj Lee (Hermia), Mark Mcminn (Snout), Robert Myles (Bottom), Amelia Parillon-Samuel (Philostrate), Gabrielle Sheppard (Quince), Cameron Varner (Lysander), Emilio Vieira (Demetrius), Andrew Yabroff (Starveling), Eva Yacobi (Cobweb), with Seb Yates Cridland and Kate Roche as swings.

The livestreamed reading of A Midsummer Night’s Dream can be watched live on Wednesday 3rd June at 7pm BST here. Previous readings from the series are also available here.

The cast have worked with The RSC, Shakespeare’s Globe, BBC, Netflix, Secret Cinema, Sky TV, The Royal Opera House, Buddy The Musical, The Play That Goes Wrong, Comedy About A Bank Robbery, Shit-faced Shakespeare, CBBC, Disney Paris, WildBrain.

Robert Myles said of the show, “This is Shakespeare’s most performed play of all time, and I’m hugely excited to be a part of it both as a director and actor! This would not have been possible without the amazing creative team on the show, including Associate Director Emily Ingram who is leading the mechanicals scenes and doing an amazing job. This is one of the most raucous and celebratory plays in the canon, filled with magic and mayhem. I’m so excited to tackle Bottom in our new medium.”

For updates on the shows, to take part, or to donate to an opt-in hardship fund for the actors who take part, visit here.

FULL SCHEDULE
All performances will be streamed live from 7pm BST on Wednesdays.

03 June 2020
A Midsummer Night's Dream (1595)
10 June 2020
King John (1596)
17 June 2020
The Merchant of Venice (1596–1597)
24 June 2020
Henry IV, Part 1 (1596–1597)
01 July 2020
The Merry Wives of Windsor (1597)
08 July 2020
Henry IV, Part 2 (1597–1598)
15 July 2020
Much Ado About Nothing (1598–1599)
22 July 2020
Henry V (1599)
29 July 2020
Julius Caesar (1599)
05 August 2020
As You Like It (1599–1600)
12 August 2020
Hamlet (1599–1601)
19 August 2020
Twelfth Night (1601)
26 August 2020
Troilus and Cressida (1600–1602)
02 September 2020
Measure for Measure (1603–1604)
09 September 2020
Othello (1603–1604)
16 September 2020
All's Well That Ends Well (1604–1605)
23 September 2020
King Lear (1605–1606)
30 September 2020
Timon of Athens (1605–1606)
07 October 2020
Macbeth (1606)
14 October 2020
Antony and Cleopatra (1606)
21 October 2020
Coriolanus (1608)
28 October 2020
The Winter's Tale (1609–1611)
04 November 2020
Cymbeline (1610)
11 November 2020
The Tempest (1610–1611)
18 November 2020
Henry VIII (1612–1613)

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