ANTONIO WEISSINGER is a 13-years-old and is thrilled to be reprising his most favorite opportunity in Mendelssohn's Midsummer Night's Dream with the BSO at Tanglewood. He started entertaining when he was eight-years-old as Tiny Tim in Humbug (a parody of A Christmas Carol). His favorite roles include Ocean State Theater's Billy Elliot (Michael), Hopkinton Middle School's Hamlet (Hamlet), Wheelock Family Theater's Charlotte's Web (Avery/Youth ensemble), Hanover Theatre's A Christmas Carol (Young Scrooge), Dean College's Bye Bye Birdie (Randolph), North Shore Music Theatre's A Christmas Carol (Peter Cratchit), Wheelock's Trumpet of the Swan (Cygnet), NSMT's Les Misérables (Gavroche u/s), Enter Stage Left's Cinderella (Prince), The Jones Unit student film (Ethan), and The Nutcracker (Party Boy). Tony done commercials for Legos and VISA. He also enjoys singing and has been a finalist in NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing) in both Boston and Rhode Island (1st in Classical, 2nd in Musical Theatre), selected for Districts, he has been a featured singer in the Light Up the Night 300th anniversary of Hopkinton, featured soloist at Boston Association of Cabaret Artist's (BACA) 20th anniversary and BACA Youth Development Performance Showcase and has offered his talents to perform at local assistant living facilities and nursing homes. He is so thankful to Bill Barclay, Anthony Fogg, the BSO, and the entire talented cast and crew associated with this magical production. He is also thankful for all his opportunity, and to his family, educators, and friends for their support and encouragement.