Starring Role scenes


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1. All’s Well That Ends Well III.2: Helena rants (“”Til I have no wife I have nothing in France…”)

2. Antony and Cleopatra IV.15: Cleopatra rallies (“My noble girls! Ah, women, women!”)

3. As You Like It II.7: Jacques delivers the seven ages of man (“All the world’s a stage…’)

4. Hamlet I.2: Hamlet’s lament (“O, that this too too solid flesh would melt…”)

5. Hamlet II.2: Hamlet waffles (“Oh what a rogue and peasant slave am I!”)

6. Hamlet III.1: Hamlet ponders suicide (“To be or not to be…”)

7. Hamlet III.1: Ophelia laments (“O, what a noble mind is here o’erthrown!”)

8. Hamlet III.2: Hamlet instructs the players: (“Speak the speech, I pray you…”)

9. Hamlet III.3: Claudius’ lament (“Oh, my offense is rank…”)

10. Hamlet III.3: Hamlet plans to kill Claudius (“Now might I do it pat…”)

11. Hamlet IV.4: Hamlet steels himself (“My thoughts be bloody or be nothing worth…”)

12. Hamlet V.1: Hamlet in the graveyard (“Alas, poor Yorick!”)

13. Henry V III.1: Henry V rallies the troops to take Harfleur (“Once more unto the breach…”)

14. Henry V V.3: Henry V at Agincourt (We happy few, we band of brothers…”)

15. Julius Caesar III.2: Mark Antony’s funeral speech (“Friends, Romans, countrymen…”)

16. King Lear III.2: Lear vents (“Blow, winds, and crack your cheeks!”)

17. Macbeth I.5: Lady Macbeth steeling herself (“Unsex me here…”)

18. Macbeth I.7: Lady Macbeth urges Macbeth on (“Was the hope drunk, wherein you dressed yourself?”)

19. Macbeth I.7: Macbeth plots (“’Twere well if it were done quickly…”)

20. Macbeth II.1: Macbeth’s bloody vision (“Is this a dagger which I see before me?”)

21. Macbeth V.5: Macbeth learns of his wife’s death (“Out, out, brief candle…”)

22. The Merchant of Venice III.1: Shylock fumes (“If you prick us, do we not bleed?”)

23. The Merchant of Venice, IV.1: Portia asks Shylock for mercy (“The quality of mercy is not strained…”)

24. A Midsummer Night’s Dream III.2: Puck’s mistake (“My mistress with a monster is in love…”)

25. A Midsummer Night’s Dream V.2: Robin concludes (“If we shadows have offended…’)

26. Much Ado About Nothing II.3: Benedick decides to pursue Beatrice (“The world must be peopled!”)

27. Othello I.3: Othello addresses the doges (“’Twas strange, ‘twas passing strange, ‘twas pitiful, ‘twas wondrous pitiful…”)

28. Othello II.3: Iago plots (“And what’s he then that says I play the villain?”)

29. Othello V.2: Othello kills Desdemona, himself (“Put out the light, and then put out the light…”)

30. Richard III I.1: Richard’s introduction (“Now is the winter of our discontent…’)

31. Richard III I.2: Lady Anne attacks Richard (“Blush, thou lump of foul deformity…”)

32. Romeo and Juliet I.4: Mercutio waxes lyrical (“I see Queen Mab hath been with you…”)

33. Romeo and Juliet II.2: Juliet on the balcony (“Wherefore art thou Romeo…”)

34. Romeo and Juliet II.2: Romeo at the balcony (“But soft! What light through yonder  window breaks…’)

35. Romeo and Juliet III.2: Juliet’s impatience (“Come, night; come, Romeo…”)

36. The Taming of the Shrew V.2: Kate submits (Thy husband is thy lord, thy life, they keeper…”)

37. The Tempest I.2: Caliban vents (“This island’s mine, by Sycorax my mother…”)

38. The Tempest III.3: Ariel chastises (“You are three men of sin…”)

39. The Tempest, Epilogue: Prospero concludes (“Now my charms are all o’erthrown…”)

40. Twelfth Night I.1: Orsino on music (“If music be the food of love, play on…”)

1. All’s Well That Ends Well III.2: Helena rants (“”Til I have no wife I have nothing in France…”)
2. Antony and Cleopatra IV.15: Cleopatra rallies (“My noble girls! Ah, women, women!”)
3. As You Like It II.7: Jacques delivers the seven ages of man (“All the world’s a stage…’)
4. Hamlet I.2: Hamlet’s lament (“O, that this too too solid flesh would melt…”)
5. Hamlet II.2: Hamlet waffles (“Oh what a rogue and peasant slave am I!”)
6. Hamlet III.1: Hamlet ponders suicide (“To be or not to be…”)
7. Hamlet III.1: Ophelia laments (“O, what a noble mind is here o’erthrown!”)
8. Hamlet III.2: Hamlet instructs the players: (“Speak the speech, I pray you…”)
9. Hamlet III.3: Claudius’ lament (“Oh, my offense is rank…”)
10. Hamlet III.3: Hamlet plans to kill Claudius (“Now might I do it pat…”)
11. Hamlet IV.4: Hamlet steels himself (“My thoughts be bloody or be nothing worth…”)
12. Hamlet V.1: Hamlet in the graveyard (“Alas, poor Yorick!”)
13. Henry V III.1: Henry V rallies the troops to take Harfleur (“Once more unto the breach…”)
14. Henry V V.3: Henry V at Agincourt (We happy few, we band of brothers…”)
15. Julius Caesar III.2: Mark Antony’s funeral speech (“Friends, Romans, countrymen…”)
16. King Lear III.2: Lear vents (“Blow, winds, and crack your cheeks!”)
17. Macbeth I.5: Lady Macbeth steeling herself (“Unsex me here…”)
18. Macbeth I.7: Lady Macbeth urges Macbeth on (“Was the hope drunk, wherein you dressed yourself?”)
19. Macbeth I.7: Macbeth plots (“’Twere well if it were done quickly…”)
20. Macbeth II.1: Macbeth’s bloody vision (“Is this a dagger which I see before me?”)
21. Macbeth V.5: Macbeth learns of his wife’s death (“Out, out, brief candle…”)
22. The Merchant of Venice III.1: Shylock fumes (“If you prick us, do we not bleed?”)
23. The Merchant of Venice, IV.1: Portia asks Shylock for mercy (“The quality of mercy is not strained…”)
24. A Midsummer Night’s Dream III.2: Puck’s mistake (“My mistress with a monster is in love…”)
25. A Midsummer Night’s Dream V.2: Robin concludes (“If we shadows have offended…’)
26. Much Ado About Nothing II.3: Benedick decides to pursue Beatrice (“The world must be peopled!”)
27. Othello I.3: Othello addresses the doges (“’Twas strange, ‘twas passing strange, ‘twas pitiful, ‘twas wondrous pitiful…”)
28. Othello II.3: Iago plots (“And what’s he then that says I play the villain?”)
29. Othello V.2: Othello kills Desdemona, himself (“Put out the light, and then put out the light…”)
30. Richard III I.1: Richard’s introduction (“Now is the winter of our discontent…’)
31. Richard III I.2: Lady Anne attacks Richard (“Blush, thou lump of foul deformity…”)
32. Romeo and Juliet I.4: Mercutio waxes lyrical (“I see Queen Mab hath been with you…”)
33. Romeo and Juliet II.2: Juliet on the balcony (“Wherefore art thou Romeo…”)
34. Romeo and Juliet II.2: Romeo at the balcony (“But soft! What light through yonder  window breaks…’)
35. Romeo and Juliet III.2: Juliet’s impatience (“Come, night; come, Romeo…”)
36. The Taming of the Shrew V.2: Kate submits (Thy husband is thy lord, thy life, they keeper…”)
37. The Tempest I.2: Caliban vents (“This island’s mine, by Sycorax my mother…”)
38. The Tempest III.3: Ariel chastises (“You are three men of sin…”)
39. The Tempest, Epilogue: Prospero concludes (“Now my charms are all o’erthrown…”)
40. Twelfth Night I.1: Orsino on music (“If music be the food of love, play on…”)
  • FST 2015 Season


    Bard-a-thon XVI : February 14 - 21

    Spring Break Drama Camp : March 16 - 21

    A Midsummer Night's Dream, Alaska School Tour : February 23 - March 15

    Groundlings : June 8 - 28

    Fledglings : June 15 - 28

    Two Gentlemen of Verona : July 9 - 19

    Two Gentlemen of Verona - Tonglen Lake Lodge, AK : July 26 & 27