“All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players…”
I do now remember a saying, ‘The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool.’
-Touchstone, As You Like It
The Foolsmen are very pleased to announce that they will be putting on Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing (MAAN)! If you would like to audition, follow the… Read more “Auditions for MAAN!”
It’s over now. After setbacks, after failures and flukes and disappointments, we finally did it. We put on a play and now it’s over, and we go… Read more “As You Liked It”
It’s understandable. Waterlick Meeting House is a bit hard to find. Luckily for you, we’ve provided this gorgeous set of directions to get to the next performance… Read more “Lost?”
a tale told by an idiot…
…when I waked,
I cried to dream again.
Teresa Shunk (Rosalind), is 15 years old, and has played in six other plays prior to As You Like It, playing parts such as a screaming banshee, a timid lovestruck bird, and a tender mother. She’d like to thank everyone involved in bringing this together, and hopes you enjoy the show!
John Briggs is an avid musician, age 17, who loves Shakespeare. He has previously acted in a production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream when he was 5 as a fairy named Peasblossom, as well as in various short productions of the Foolsmen.
Agnese Janaro is an 18 year old with a love for singing, art, and Shakespeare. She does not have much acting experience, but she loves to read and watch the plays. She has also performed speeches from Julius Caesar and Henry V, as well as playing Ariel in a small Tempest production.
17 and a novice in the thespian craft, As You Like It is her first of hopefully many more Shakespearean productions. This is her second official play to act in and she sends her best regards to you for coming to the performance!
Stuart Nolan is a 17-year-old who loves acting . He’s been in a number of plays with Chelsea Academy and St. John’s Drama Club, and has performed in a few minor Shakespeare productions, notably as Caliban in an abridged version of the Tempest and as Prince Hal in an excerpt from Henry IV, part 1.
Shakespeare understood the value of language rather than over done drama which ignored the beauty and simplicity of words. From an early age I have been instilled with a love of Shakespeare and his works. My experience includes back to back competition in the regional English Speaking Union’s National Shakespeare contest as the representative of Chelsea Academy. In the last two years, I also have attended over ten performances at Blackfriars in Stauton.