Category Archives: Theatre

Only a few more days…


…until “The Coach of the Holy Sacrament” goes up! It’s been a little while since I’ve done some theatre and I’m thrilled to be working with The Storm Theatre once again.

It’s been an interesting road this time around, and my character, the “Perichole”, is quite a handful both on and off stage! Actors sometimes talk about playing characters they themselves don’t completely agree with, either on a personal level on how they relate, or just in that the character themselves is a bit of an asshole. With Perichole, it took me a little while to find her true self, which is buried amidst her own personal desires, the world she lives in, and how society perceives her (and what she must do to be seen in the eyes of society). 

I won’t spoil it all here, but suffice to say it’s going to be a performance of comedy and big moments, and maybe a bit of redemption too! Come out and see our two play classical comedy night, running from September 30th to October 22nd. More show information and tickets can be found on the company website: www.stormtheatre.com

Production Photos from Midsummer

What a blast A Midsummer Night’s Dream with Gorilla Rep was! It was a challenge and an honor to play the fairy queen, Titania. Here (finally!) are some of the production photos.

Click below to see them all! Enjoy and come back soon to see what’s next!

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

 

meaghan bloom fluitt in a midsummer night’s dream

  
Tonight begins Gorilla Rep’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream! The classic Shakespearian comedy perfect for enjoying on a warm summer’s eve. 

I am thrilled and honored to be playing Titania, the Fairy Queen, as well as Hippolyta, warrior queen! 

The production is at 8pm, Thursdays through Sundays in Washington Square Park, near the dog park. Running four weeks – July 30th to August 23rd.

Did I mention it’s FREE!?

A wonderful company full of amazingly talented actors and a fantastic director with a magical and intelligent vision bring the play to life. Minimalistic costumes and the natural landscape of the park as a set, this production is like none you have seen before. Come prepared to follow the actors as they move from place to place in scene to scene in a unique theatre experience that pays homage to the original text with an uncut production and gives the bard’s genius a modern semi-interactive artistic spin.

Come and enjoy the magic!