Anchorage Community Theatre goes back to 1934 Hollywood

Photo credit: Andy Romang

It’s 1934 and the world’s most famous stage director, Max Reinhardt, is directing the film version of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream when two of the characters from the play (Oberon and Puck) suddenly materialize and want to be in the show. If that sounds like a classic set-up for a Ken Ludwig Farce, you’re correct. Anchorage Community Theatre is presenting Ludwig’s Shakespeare in Hollywood March 2-25 and Director Jocelyn Paine with actors Scott Rhode and ShaeLisa Anderson drop by Stage Talk this week to talk about it.




  • Jocelyn Paine, Director
  • ShaeLisa Anderson, “Lydia Lansing”
  • Scott Rhode, “Max Reinhardt”

ORIGINAL BROADCAST: Friday, March 2 at 2:45 p.m.

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