“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” – Another Magical Production from The Changing Scene

Pavlina Morris takes us on an adapted Shakespearian journey of whimsical romance and rivalry in The Changing Scene’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. In Shakespeare’s time we would have seen an all male cast, as women were not allowed on stage in 1595. As a result The Changing Scene’s decision to gender bend several roles is all the more enjoyable, and provides so much for the eclectic cast to work with. Everything about the intimate space of Dukesbay Theater complimented the elegant performance. This deep breath of fresh air is a much needed escape from Fall’s frigid arrival.


Mirth Curbed by the Heavy Crown

Henry IV Part 2, one of Shakespeare’s history plays features one of the bard’s most brilliant comic characters, Falstaff. Prepared for Falstaff’s relentless pursuit of revelry and propensity for deception by this play’s precursor, (Henry IV part 1), audiences won’t be disappointed.

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