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The 2018 Spring Tour

Middletown, DE


Brooklyn, NY


Middleburg, VA


Hamilton, NY



Richard Aaron


Olivia McGiff


Abigail Wahl


Chloe Troast


Hannah Kallenbach


Jorge Morales


Lindsay Kipnis


Samantha Hosi


FELIX BIRDIE (Lysander, et al.) lives in Brooklyn with a girl and two cats. To find out more head to and see what everyone's talking about. @felixbirdie

ESTEFANIA GIRALDO (Hermia, et al.) : Although she has previously worked within the SITS family as Assistant Director for Henry V, Estefania is very excited to make her SITS acting debut. Theatre: Good People (Dottie) and A Winter's Tale (Perdita, Emilia, Time) at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting. Film: For Yajira (Yajira) NYU Student Works. Recently wrapped production on ‘Hamlet in the Golden Vale,’ produced by Roll The Bones Theatre Company with production support from "The Immersive Storytelling Studio" at The National Theatre (UK). Training: BFA New York University Tisch School of the Arts/ Stella Adler Studio of Acting/ Stonestreet Screen Acting Studios.

BETH ANN HOPKINS (Titania, et al.) is an actor, director and producer.  She is the co-founder and the Artistic Director of Smith Street Stage.  Beth Ann just returned from filming her first feature with Roll the Bones Theater Company at Grantstown Castle in Co. Tipperary, Ireland playing the role of Gertrude in their adaptation of Hamlet, titled ‘Hamlet in the Golden Vale.’ They also created an immersive theatre experience as well as a Virtual Realty short film in collaboration with the National Theater of London. Recent acting credits include: U.S. Premiere Unity 1918 (Project Theater), Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2 (Smith Street Stage), Paulinka in A Bright Room Called Day (Columbia Stages) directed by Scott Ebersold, and Anne Hamilton’s Event of a Thread (Park Avenue Armory).  This is Beth Ann's debut performance with Shakespeare in the Square.

MELISSA MAHONEY (Helena, et al.) is a performer and teaching artist from New York by way of Long Island.  She is thrilled to be performing with SITS once again after performing in their touring productions of Henry V and The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Melissa has also performed with the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, including a recent tour of The Comedy of Errors. In February, she will be performing her third production at the Atlantic Theater Company titled The Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing. Melissa is also a solo performer (Melissa Mahoney is a Robot) and a voice actor (It Makes a Sound podcast). BFA NYU/Atlantic Acting School. For more info, visit

CONSTANTINE MALAHIAS (Demetrius, et al.) is a clown regarded fondly by some as "a breath of fresh air". He enjoys coining dad jokes and boldly acting as if they were only his. He is consistently cast as multiple characters in the same story and chooses to believe this is because people just can’t get enough of him. Midsummer is Constantine’s eight production with SITS and fourteenth of Shakespeare's 36 plays. His most recent project is playing Rosencrantz and Guildenstern as twins in ‘Hamlet in the Golden Vale.’ He often hangs out with his dear friend Will. Will C Yah! You can find out more about his work at

REBECA MILLER (Puck, et al.) has worked regionally in theatre at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis and Florida Studio Theatre, and toured nationally with Theatreworks USA.  In New York she has been privileged to work with: Classic Stage Company, On The Rocks Theatre Company, New York Shakespeare Exchange, The Box Collective, Snorks and Pins, Everyday Inferno, and the NYC Fringe Festival. She has worked with playwrights developing new work at: The Ensemble Studio Theatre, Columbia University, New Georges, and Pulse Ensemble Theatre. TV/New Media credits include: The Perfect Murder (Investigation Discovery), Don't Shoot the Messenger (Youtube) and The Chanticleer (Youtube). Rebeca also works as a Costumed Interpreter at The Lower East Side Tenement Museum. NYU: BFA.