Margot Flanders

ASCTC Production Intern

Romeo & Juliet, Session 1 | The Taming of the Shrew, Session 2

Favorite Shakespeare Play:

Henry VI, Part 3

Shakespeare Character that best describes me:

Celia from As You Like It

Favorite Shakespeare quote:

“They have been at a great feast of languages and stolen the scraps” –Love’s Labour’s Lost

Favorite Play that isn’t by Shakespeare:

Arcadia by Tom Stoppard

Hogwarts House:


Favorite asc moment:

Once during a performance of Peter and the Starcatcher a member of the audience yelled “Not the cat!” candidly when the cat was tossed into the audience and I just love the moments when an audience is so into a show that they cannot contain their reactions.

favorite asctc moment:

When I was a camper in 2017, there was a day of blocking when they were not doing any scenes that I was in, so I spent the entire morning with our production intern, Alex. We just played around with body leads and commedia characters/masks/lazzis and I got to learn about a whole new style of theatre that I had never heard of and I fell in love with how theatre has evolved through time.


Margot Flanders was born and raised about fifteen minutes from Staunton in the small town of Fishersville, VA. She is currently studying English and Theatre (and possibly studying Classics and/or Geology) at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA. She has spent her first year of college as an Assistant Director, Assistant Production Manager, Dramaturg, and Assistant Stage Manager for Shakespeare in the Dark (W&M’s Shakespeare Club), The Sinfonicron Light Opera Company (W&M’s Gilbert and Sullivan based musical company) and the school’s theatre department. When she is not locked in a rehearsal room, she loves to hike and play with her dogs.