Twins, mistaken Identity, marriage, and confusion - it doesn't get more Shakesperean than that! Join Fenix Theatre for our return to Deering Oaks Park this summer with COMEDY OF ERRORS. Two sets of twins, separated at a young age, find themselves in the same place at the same time again and hilarity ensues.
Meet the Team
behind this summer's
The Comedy of Errors!
Photo by Kat Moraros Photography
Hannah Cordes (she/her) is a director and educator and the Education Director at Portland Stage. Hannah has had the privilege of working and collaborating with a variety of companies and organizations in Portland and beyond and she is thrilled to be returning to the park this summer. Fenix fans last saw her work in the park in the summer of 2018, when she directed Sarah Ruhl's Eurydice. Hannah facilitates workshops throughout New England, working with students, teachers, and artists to use theatre as a tool for building community, conversation, and self-discovery.
Robbie Harrison rejoins Fenix Theatre Company after performing six years ago in Hamlet and is excited to be back with this group of theatre makers. Robbie has performed with several Maine theatre companies, including Theater At Monmouth, The Theater Project, and Camden Shakespeare Festival. Robbie has no twin in real life but some say his doppelgänger is Frodo from the LOTR movies.
Meg Lydon is a stage manager who is thrilled to join Fenix Theatre Company for the first time in its triumphant return to Deering Oaks Park! Recent shows have been at Bowdoin College, Dramatic Repertory Company, and Good Theater. Previous work was in Philadelphia at The Walnut Street Theatre, Wilma Theater, and PlayPenn, among others. Thanks to the whole team - here's to a fantastic run!
Michela Micalizio lives here! She is doing this show right now! Pandemic shmandemic, Shakespeare keeps happening. Let's do it! Happy you're here!
Kat Moraros is thrilled to be back with Fenix (last seen as Rosalind, As You Like It)! She returns from 5 years in Chicago, where favorite roles include Trinculo (The Tempest), Sylvie (The Odd Couple), Inez (No Exit), and American Immersion Theatre and GreatWorks Theatre tours. Maine work includes Portland Stage Company, Mad Horse, Good Theater, and more. www.katmoraros.com @katmoraros
Elliot Nye is an actor and puppeteer from Portland Maine. They graduated from their study of theatre arts at Sarah Lawrence College in winter of 2020. Elliot is so extremely excited and grateful to be performing in Deering Oaks Park again this summer.
Hollie Pryor has been making theatre in the Portland area since 2014. Since getting her B.A. in Theatre from USM, Hollie is now the Program Manager at STAGES Youth Theater in Portland, ME, where she teaches, acts, and directs. You last saw her with Fenix as Snout/The Wall in A Midsummer Night’s Dream in 2019! Enjoy the show!