Abraham Joyner-Meyers

Production Intern

Volpone, Session 1; Pericles, Session 2

Favorite Shakespeare Play:

Right now, The Winter’s Tale

Shakespeare Character that best describes me:

Jacques from As You Like It

Favorite Shakespeare quote:

“The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool.”

Favorite Play that isn’t by Shakespeare:

Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand

All-time favorite ASC Moment:

Getting to see Chris Johnston’s madcap, banjo-wielding Ariel after Alex Sovronsky’s workshop on Shakespeare’s development of the “actor-musician” during ASCTC 2016.


Abraham Joyner-Meyers is a fiddler, a juggler, and a huge Shakespeare nerd. He completed watching the Shakespearean canon in the fall after seeing ASC’s production of The Fall of King Henry (Henry VI, Part 3). His passion for the Bard also led him to attend ASCTC for two summers, where he acted in Two Gentleman of Verona and Much Ado About Nothing. When Abe is not furiously reading, seeing, or acting in Shakespeare plays, he’ll often be found teaching himself to play new instruments, dancing at contras and with Morris teams, or training with his school archery team. He just completed his freshman year in the dual degree program between Harvard University and Berklee College of Music.