A Midsummer Night’s Dream

A Midsummer Night's DreamBy William Shakespeare
Directed by Donna Corbett

March 11, 12, 18, 19, 20, 25 and 26, 2016

Do you believe in magic? How else would a man be turned into an ass, and have a fairy queen fall in love with him? How else can you explain bewitching the wrong young lovers to fall in love? But all is well that ends well! Ah, but that is another story. This is Shakespeare’s wonderful romantic comedy about the magic of love conquering all!

Featuring: Brittany Daley as Puck, Iain Bason as Oberon, Jenny Fielding as Titania, Christina Myint, Valerie Forgione, Casey Stevenson and Rozzie Moe as Fairies, Andrew Harrington as Theseus, Kerry Anne Killkelly as Hippolyta,  Shayne Doherty as Lysander, Laura Liberge as Hermia. Brian Sensale as Demetrius, Katie Moore as Helena, Fred Robbins as Egeus/Snug, Shawn Maguire as Bottom/Pyramus, Jon Workman as Quince/Prologue, David Dooks as Flute/Thisbe, Matthew Garlan as Snout/Wall and Brian Hutchings as Starveling/Moonshine and David Fisher/Philostrate.  With April Bason, Gaelan Kilkelly Ezpeleta, Samantha Fisher, Henry and Paul Myatt and Celia Sensale as fairies and pixies.

Opening with the acoustical trio NorthBound~Chris Tremblay, Nathan Bonaiuto & Matt Garlin, as well as David Dooks and April Bason on recorders.

Friday and Saturday performances are at 8PM. Sunday matinee is at 2PM.

Tickets are $19 or $18 for Students and Seniors.

Call QP Box Office 781-942-2212  or go online to  www.qptheater.com  to purchase tickets

  

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