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MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM at the San Francisco Shakespeare Festival
Directed by Sidney Schwindt
Roles of Helena, Edges, Snout, Peaseblossom
For more information on public performances of the tour visit: https://www.sfshakes.org/education/in-your-classroom/a-midsummer-nights-dream-d867e2d5-03ee-41d3-aa2a-02ad8f743cde
THE 39 STEPS at the Livermore Shakespeare Festival (SPARC)
Directed by Cassidy Brown
Role of Clown (over 14 different characters!!)
Performing in rep June 24th-July 10th.
For more information and ticketing visit: https://sparctheater.org/shakespeareinthevineyard/
Hi everybody! My name is Charlie! Whats yours??!!*
Charlie Lavaroni (they/he/she) was born and raised in San Francisco, CA and continues to live and work bi-coastal- currently based in NYC.
He is a multidisciplinary artist with a B.A. in Theater & Dance and English from the University of California, Davis. They have worked extensively throughout the Bay Area as an: actor, administrator, social media coordinator, dramaturg, assistant director, assistant stage manager and teaching artist. Just to name a few.
For the past few years, Charlie has been a company member at Catalyst a Theatre Think Tank where he continues is passion for uplifting young voices and new pieces of theatre. Charlie wears many hats at the San Francisco Shakespeare Festival especially in the Education Workgroup. Very exciting: she recently became a Resident Artist at Hamlet Isn't Dead in NYC where he performs in a wide range of Shakespeare productions.
His artistry functions primarily through a queer lens, and one of his main drives is queering the classical canon (especially musical theater and Shakespeare). They are a true believer that theater can change lives for the better, bridge communities, and heal. Charlie plans on continuing his passion for teaching, acting, and literature through the lenses of teaching, acting, and public service.
Feel free to contact her for inquiries with the form located in the "contact" page.
*did you catch that reference?? It's Gypsy. The musical Gypsy.
I would like to acknowledge I work/live on the ancestral and unceded territory of the Ramaytush Ohlone and Lenape peoples.