As I've mentioned before, I'm not exactly thrilled that my local free Shakespeare in the Park is doing Midsummer, a play that I've seen almost as many times as I've seen Hamlet. Don't get me wrong, all Shakespeare is good Shakespeare, and "free Shakespeare in the park" might darned well be 5 of the most beautiful words in the English language. But come on, the man wrote a good 38 plays or more, why do we have to keep doing the same ones over and over again? How about a nice Anthony and Cleopatra? Never actually seen that one live, and it's one of the "big ones".
Anyway, the linked Playbill article shows all the casting information, in case anybody is up on their local theatre talent and recognizes any names.