South Coast Repertory Presents Shakespeare's Fantastical Comedy A Midsummer Night's Dream
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The last date listed for A Midsummer Night's Dream was Friday February 18, 2011 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Segerstrom Stage, South Coast Repertory:
- Full Price:
- $53.00 - $56.00
- Our Price:
- $26.50 - $28.00
A nursing home in northern Idaho is shutting down, making the futures of the longtime employees and three remaining patients uncertain. Even worse, Gerald, a 91-year-old patient suffering from Alzheimer's, has wandered off. The search for Gerald takes place in the midst of a record-breaking blizzard, but that's not the only crisis the staff is dealing with. This new work by award-winning playwright Samuel D. Hunter (The Whale, A Bright New Boise) is an emotional and funny look at life with plenty of unexpected twists. Learn More
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Arthur B.
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This was one of the BEST productions I have ever see. When the players came on stage in modern clothing, I knew we were in for something different. Sometimes I like modern avant garde productions and sometimes I don't. But for this production, that was not the point. The acting, choreography, and direction were equal to anything you will find on Broadway. Kudos to South Coast Rep and a standing O for the actors.
Quotes & Highlights
Read an in-depth article about the play from South Coast Repertory’s online newsletter, Dialogue_.
Download the MIdsummer Night’s Dream study guide from South Coast Repertory.
“You’ll wait a long while to see a better, more exciting, more entrancing, sexier production.” —_Long Beach Press-Telegram
“Provokes seismic laughs… a big, bright, daffy rainbow.” –_ Los Angeles Times_
“. . .seduces, rocks and amuses.” —The Orange County Register
Led by the wildly inventive director Mark Rucker, off go four young lovers into the woods on a midsummer evening—when strange and wonderful things are likely to happen. This shimmering Shakespearean fantasy features the antics of supernatural creatures—the fairies led by Oberon and Titania and, of course, the impish Puck, who creates chaos in the night. But what fun to join in the dream, knowing that by daylight all will be well in a mystical, moon-drenched masterpiece.