By William Shakespeare



Produced by Moose Hall Theatre Company  In Partnership with City of New York/Parks & Recreation since 2000.   




Northernmost Manhattan


Poster by Lee Kaplan

A pastoral romantic tale in a pastoral romantic vale of political exiles and lover's games. Watch Rosalind make the Calls and see Orlando run! Assistant to the Director, Emma Duncan. Costumes by Catherine Bruce. Fight Choreography Ray A. Rodriguez. Music by Luke St. Francis.  Associate Producer Aaron Simms. Produced & Directed by Ted Minos. 


12 FREE performances - Wednesdays through Saturdays


June 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23 / 7:30 PM


INWOOD  HILL  PARK  PENINSULA Info: 212.567.5255 ext.1

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Due to the nature of outdoor theatre, in the event of rain, or other conditions, performances may be delayed or canceled, but we will perform if and when it seems possible. Cancelation notice is not available until after 7:30 P.M. on the scheduled night of the performance. (212) 567-5255






Jonathan is thrilled to be joining the Inwood Shakespeare Festival for its 2012 season! Jonathan’s acting career started when mom used to make him eat radicchio and he would pretend to throw it up at the dinner table, much to the amusement of anyone within earshot. New to the NYC scene, he still feels that radicchio tastes like feet.


JAQUES DE BOYS / LORD 1 (Duke Senior's Men) / LORD 1 (Court of Duke Frederick):

Gabriel Brown is very happy to be making his Inwood Shakespeare debut. He is a recent graduate of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, where he played parts such as Oberon in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Lyons in Fences. He would like to thank his friends, family, and teachers for their undying support.



Keldrick has an Audelco Award in acting. Some of his credits include Julius Ceasar in NYC Shakespeare in the Park, Aaron The Moor in Titus Andronicus at the American Theater of Actor's. The Task and Playing with Heiner Muller at the Castillo Theater. He has also performed with the Negro Ensemble, Metropolitan Playhouse and The Player's Club.



Alexandra is tickled to be in As You Like It.  NY: Spark (Lead, Access Theater), Table for Three (Manhattan Repertory), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Hermia, American Theatre for Actors), Hatch (Red Circle/Kraine Theater), Madame de Sade (Schapiro Theater), Hostage (Manhattan Repertory), Twelfth Night Workshop (Viola, Columbia University), The Exhibitionist (Ensemble Studio Theatre). Sarah Lawrence College, recent graduate.  Next see Alexandra in Shakespeare in the Park(ing) Lot’s Coriolanus.   



Michael Is thrilled to be making his first appearance with MHTC/ISF. NYC: The Merchant of Venice (Richard Weisberg, prod.). Regional: Camelot, The Music Man. Film: Dirty Laundry (Magnificent Waste prods.). B.A. in Theatre from East Stroudsburg University. Thanks to Ted and all of MHTC/ISF, much love to Megan and my family.



Mike is most pleased to be part of this production.  Previous roles of note include King Lear, Caliban, and Matthew Harrison Brady, among many others.  He has also written and directed for the stage and performed as a musician, singer, and announcer.


SYLVIUS / CHARLES / WILLIAM / LORD 2 (Court of Duke Frederick):

Selected Shakespeare Credits: Hamlet (Hamlet), Twelfth Night (Orsino) – National Shakespeare Company; Cymbeline (Cloten) – Texas Shakespeare Festival; Macbeth (Macduff), Taming of the Shrew (Lucentio) – Westco Productions; As You Like It (Orlando) – Snorks and Piñs; Romeo & Juliet (Romeo), Pericles (Pericles), Two Gentlemen of Verona (Proteus) – The Company of Players; Julius Caesar (Mark Antony) – Curious Frog Theater Company.  Advanced Actor/Combatant (SAFD).  *Proud member of Actors' Equity Association




Bill joined Equity in 1959.  His first AEA role was Peter in PLAIN AND FANCY with the Mt. Gretna Playhouse (PA). He then proceeded to Broadway Tours: THE SOUND OF MUSIC (2nd National Company); 110 IN THE SHADE (1st National Company); and MOVE OVER MRS. MARKHAM (opposite Julia Meade).  Broadway credits include: THE SOUND OF MUSIC (New York City Center) and at LIncoln Center: CANDIDE (starring Madeline Kahn and Alan Arkin) and ABE LINCOLN IN ILLINOIS (starring Sam Waterston).  He recently appeared off-Broadway in the New York premiere of ELIZABETH REX.




Alexander is an actor from upstate New York. He completed his undergraduate degree at Colgate University, and studied Elizabethan theater at The Globe, London. Alexander is currently a resident of New York City, where he is actively involved in the independent film and theater community. He is deeply grateful to his mother and father for their indefatigable dedication and support.


PHOEBE / COURT ATTENDANT 2:                    

Natalie recently earned her Bachelor's degree from Cornell College and is now working as an actor in New York City. This is her first show with Inwood Shakespeare Festival. New York credits include Landfall (Theater In Asylum), East of the Sun, West of the Moon (Looking Glass Theatre), Frankenstein (Theater In Asylum) and Voices in Conflict (The Public). Other professional credits include Atlas of Mud (Mud, Working Group Theatre), The Diary of Anne Frank (Anne, Riverside Theatre), and The Long Christmas Ride Home (Claire, Riverside Theatre).



Theatrical productions include: A Chorus Line, Crossing Verrazano, Much Ado About Nothing, and Josephina and Minerva.  Film productions include: Statue of David, The Sublet and Cain's Mark.  Television productions include: Celebrity Ghost Stories 2, Monsters Inside Me and High School Stories.  Study with Stewart Solomon and Donna Marrazzo.





Aaron is thrilled to be doing As You Like It. This performance brings him one step closer to his goal of performing the entire Shakespearean canon. Other favorite Shakespearean roles include Dromio of Ephesus in Comedy of Errors, Aaron the Moor in Titus Andronicus, Lucio in Measure for Measure, and Juliet in an all male production of Romeo and Juliet.





Katie's favorite stage credits include: Fefu and Her Friends, Gin and Jazz:  Insired by tales of F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Doctor and The Devils (fringe NY 2009) Phaedre,, Trojan Women 2.0, Not Another showcase.  Her TV/Film credits include 79’ Parts, The Blunt Diaries, The Post Show, Guiding Light, As The World Turns, and Tom’s Phone.   Katie has a BA in Theatre Arts from Drew University and has studied conservatory at Michael Howard Studios and The British American Drama Academy.  While she’s not on stage or behind the lens, Katie teaches voice and acting classes to students of all ages at her studio on the upper west side and especially enjoys working with children.  She wishes to thank her family, PR and JS for their love and support.







Lilly is thrilled to be working at Inwood Shakespeare Festival this year! Lilly is a recent graduate of NYU Tisch where she received a BFA in Drama in 2011. Roles include Elma (Bus Stop), Frances (Five Women Wearing the Same Dress), and several other films and commercials. Many thanks to her supportive family and loving fiancée Nick.






Ted [for Ted Williams, may he rest in peace], is a native of Boston raised in Everett, Massachusetts and 27-year resident of Inwood. He is founder and producing artistic director of Moose Hall Theatre Company and Inwood Shakespeare Festival. Ted has appeared for ISF as Othello in Othello, Andrew Aguecheek in Twelfth Night, Macbeth in Macbeth, Richard III in Richard III as  Felton & Bicarat in The Three Musketeers and Pierre Gringoire in The Hunchback of Notre-Dame. Other stage work includes the title role in Hamlet at Expanded Arts; Oscar & Willie in Mary Gallagher's ¿De Donde?  with John Ortiz at New York Shakespeare Festival's Public Theatre (Joseph Papp Producer) and Cincinnati Playhouse in The Park; Chinatown in Bruce King's Dustoff  with  Dan Lauria & Walt Willy at Westside Mainstage; Antonio in Eduardo Machado's Eye of the Hurricane at New Dramatist's; Mowbray & Carlisle in Richard II at Ensemble Studio Theatre, Lawrence in Home Free, at Roundabout Theatre Stage II and many others. He has performed television roles on Miami Vice, All My Children, Another World, Late Night with Conan O'Brien,  and Saturday Night Live. Has directed over one third of the Shakespeare Cannon. Producer of 26 professional mainstage productions including ISF Free Opera in the Park and 9 years of Free Children's Concerts. Ted was a 2010 UPTOWN ARTS STROLL HONOREE for his contributions to the arts and efforts to bring excellent programming in uptown Manhattan. For Cathy "closer wear my heart".  Member of AEA, SAG/AFTRA. Please visit



As You Like It, Othello, War of the Worlds, The Merchant of Venice, Dracula, The Comedy of Errors, Tombstone: Saga of the Americans - The West (Director)  for Inwood Shakespeare Festival.  Deleted Scenes and Alternate Endings for LABryth Theater’s Master Class, Encore ’97 for Ohio Showboat Drama.  Cirque Dreams, Jersey Boys, Cirque du Soleil’s Wintuk as New York I.A.T.S.E. Local 764.  Inwood Shakespeare Festival stage credits include:  Mark Antony in Julius Caesar, Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing, Exeter in Henry V, Spartacus in Spartacus, Phoebus in The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and Porthos in The Three Musketeers.  Regional credits include: American Stage Theater, Cincinnati Playhouse, Stage First, Human Race Theater, Theater West Virginia, Wisconsin Shakespeare Festival, J City Theatre, and Milwaukee Repertory Theater.   TV: One Life To Live, All My Children, As the World Turns.  For more information visit 


*Member of Actors Equity Association
Actors' Equity Association (AEA) was founded in 1913, represents more than 45,000 actors and stage managers in the United States. Equity seeks to advance, promote and foster the art of live theatre as an essential component of our society. Equity negotiates wages and working conditions, providing a wide range of benefits, including health and pension plans. AEA is a member of the AFL-CIO, and is affiliated with FIA, an international organization of performing arts unions. The Equity emblem is our mark of excellence.
These performances are supported in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs; the City of New York/Parks & Recreation, the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation; Medical Center Neighborhood Fund (Columbia University); the office of Council Member Robert Jackson; the office of Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez; the Puffin Foundation and Materials for the Arts, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs / NYC Department of Sanitation / NYC Department of Education.


City of New York/Parks & Recreation

Michael R. Bloomberg, Mayor

Adrian Benepe, Commissioner