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Cabaret 2002: Broadway Revisited

A Midsummer Night's Dream


Cabaret 2002: Broadway Revisited

The Gazebo Players' cabaret production of Broadway Revisited was first performed on June 9, 2002 at Zebra's Restaurant in Medfield.

HOSTS: Steve Cook and Suzanne Blake


Cabaret, Cabaret The Company

Brush Up Your Shakespeare, Kiss Me Kate Viv Tyndall, Tom Scotti, Steve Lillis, Bob Eiland

I Have Dreamed, The King And I Fiona Tyndall

Any Dream Will Do, Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Tom Scotti and the Gazebettes

Summertime, Porgy and Bess Bonnie Zapolin

Never Never Land, Peter Pan Jean Robison

I Dreamed a Dream, Les Miserables Fiona Tyndall

To Dream the Impossible Dream, Man of La Mancha Steve Lillis and The Company

Millworker, Working Susan Duprey

42nd Street, 42nd Street Jean Robison, Tom Lawrence

On the Street Where You Live, My Fair Lady Tom Lawrence

Someone to Watch Over Me, Crazy For You Mary Ann Hatem

Ooh My Feet, Most Happy Fellow Bonnie Zapolin

Friendship, Anything Goes Mary Ann Hatem, Steve Lillis, Jean Robison

There's No Business Like Show Business, Annie Get Your Gun The Company


Magic To Do, Pippin The Company

Bless the Lord, Godspell Jean Robison, Susan Duprey, Fiona Tyndall

Sun and Moon, Miss Saigon Mary Ann Hatem, Tom Lawrence

Let's Face the Music and Dance, Follow the Fleet Tom Scotti

All I Ask of You, The Phantom of the Opera Fiona Tyndall, Steve Lillis

By My Side, Godspell Susan Duprey, Jean Robison

Do You Love Me?, Fiddler on the Roof Bonnie Zapolin, Steve Lillis

My Foolish Heart, My Foolish Heart Tom Lawrence

If I Were a Rich Man, Fiddler on the Roof Steve Lillis

Anyone Can Whistle, Anyone Can Whistle Tom Scotti

If I Only Had a Brain, The Wizard of Oz Bob Eiland, Steve Lillis, Tom Scotti

Over the Rainbow, The Wizard of Oz Fiona Tyndall

Lullaby of Broadway, 42nd Street The Company


Fiona Tyndall, Producer

Jean Robison, Choreographer

Tom Lawrence, Music Director/Accompanist


A Midsummer Night's Dream

by William Shakespeare

Fred Naumann; Corinne Coveney; Juliana Small; Jean Robison, Titania; Caroline Sloane; Michaela Weglinski; Matthew Aucoin

The Gazebo Players' inaugural production was William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. Four performances were given free to the public at the Medfield Gazebo Park on July 20, 21, 27, and 28, 2002, at 5 PM. The weather cooperated, although it was threatening during a few performances. Audiences ranged in size from 120 to 180.

In addition to being the company's inaugural production, "Dream" was notable for its inclusion of school age children as Titania's attendants. The cast ranged in age from 8 to 73, and drew from towns across the region.

Free performances of "Dream" would not have been possible without grants from the Medfield Lions Club, the Medfield Women's Association, and the New 'n Town Club of Medfield.


Robin Gabrielli, Theseus
Barbara Schapiro, Egeus
Steve Mullahoo, Lysander
Tom Lawrence, Demetrius
Mary Ann Hatem, Peter Quince
Jerome Matus, Snug
Steve Cook, Nick Bottom
Christian Milde, Francis Flute
Steve Small, Tom Snout
Martha Hook Insogna, Robin Starveling
Ashley Harmon, Hippolyta
Sophia Milas, Hermia
Rachel Carney, Helena
Joffrey Spaulding, Oberon
Jean Robison, Titania
Cynthia Wegel, Robin Goodfellow (Puck)
Kaitlyn Soligan, Peaseblossom
Matthew Aucoin, Cobweb
Michaela Weglinski, Moth
Juliana Small, Mustardseed
Corinne Coveney, Dragonfly
Caroline Sloane, Dandelion
Fred Nauman, the Indian Boy


Bob Eiland, Producer
Shelley Cook, Assistant Producer
Marianne Phinney, Director
Christine Grudinskas, Assistant Director and Stage Manager
Jean Robison, Choreographer
Harriet Miller, Costume Designer
Chris Allen, Sound Engineer
Shannon Manley, Props
Cathy Corcoran, Props
Mary Ann Hatem, Makeup and Hair Designs
Mike O'Malley, Sound Technician
Dan Binder, Sound Technician
Peter Cook, Sound Technician
Tyle Coveney, Sound Technician
Maria McMillan, Costumes
Robin Coveney, Costumes
Suzanne Blake, Publicity Assistant
Kim Miller, Production Designs
Jaeson Cook, Program Assistant
Steve Cook, Program Assistant
Shelley Cook, Concessions



by A. R. Gurney

Kate (Barbara Schapiro, left) and Sylvia (Jean Robison) get in a dogfight in the Gazebo Player's production of Sylvia. (Photo: Christina Gelormini, Medfield Press)

The Gazebo Players' first indoor production was A. R. Gurney's Sylvia. Five performances were given at the First Parish Universalist Unitarian Church on North Street. The show ran on Saturday and Sunday, December 7 and 8, 2003, and again the following Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, December 13, 14, and 15, 2002. Audiences ranged in size from the low 20s to the high 30s.


Jean Robison, Sylvia
Michael Legge, Greg
Barbara Schapiro, Kate
Viv Tyndall, Tom/Phyllis/Leslie


Fiona Tyndall, Producer
Barbara Pettis, Director
Lyn Clifford, Stage Manager
Mary Ann Hatem, Stage Manager
Barbara Jacobs, Set Design and Set Decoration
Margaret Nowack, Set Decoration and Window Treatments
Steve Cook, Set Construction
Jim Weglinski, Set Construction
Chris Allen, Light and Sound Engineer
Peter Cook, Sound
Tyle Coveney, Sound
Steve Small, Lights
Cynthia Small, Publicity
Bob Eiland, Publicity Assistant, Production Assistant, Program
Marcia Hutchinson, Program Design
Sheila Gemma-Farragher, Concessions & Ushers
Shelley Cook, Box Office
Jeri Bergonzi, Piano Accompianment

The cast, Barbara Pettis, and Fiona Tyndall were responsible for all props, costumes, and makeup.