Dance Prism has paired two tales of magic and mischief in a new production for spring, with original settings of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream and the Brothers Grimm’s The Frog Prince. A timeless comedy of fairies and mortals, magic and mistaken identity, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, like The Frog Prince, celebrates the triumph of love over all obstacles.
About the Ticket Supplier: Dance Prism
Dance Prism, founded in 1982 by Scott Ranagan and Mary Demaso, is a classically focused ensemble distinguished both for its treatment of such narrative ballets as The Nutcracker, Coppélia, Alice in Wonderland, and Cinderella, and for its original neoclassical works. To fulfill its essential purpose of bringing the spectrum of ballet into the communities of New England, Dance Prism defines itself primarily as a touring company serving the greater New England area. Dance Prism's Massachusetts touring schedule regularly includes appearances in such venues as Worcester's Mechanics Hall, the Collins Center in Andover, and the Jackson Arts Center at Bristol Community College in Fall River. Audiences of nearly 10,000 people per year see Dance Prism's acclaimed production of The Nutcracker.