A Midsummer Night’s Dream –
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Love conquers all in this highly theatrical and imaginative telling of Shakespeare’s most popular romantic comedy.
February 21 – May 16, 2020
Tickets: Starting at $45 (Previews $30)
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Emily Van Fleet
Black Box Theatre Season Sponsor:
Diana and Mike Kinsey
Created with a company of eight transformative actors, this story comes to life with the help of a little music, a little mayhem… and a little magic.
Content: Young Adult to Adult
Performances: February 21 – May 16, 2020, Thurs – Sat at 7:30 pm, Wed at 1:00 pm, Sat – Sun at 2:00 pm.
Preview performances: February 19 & 20 at 7:30 pm.
Annie Barbour - Puck/Peter Quince/Philostrate/Ensemble
Geoffrey Kent - Bottom/Egeus/First Fairy/Ensemble
Kate Gleason - Titania/Hippolyta/Ensemble
Madeline Chilese - Hermia/Peablossom/Robin Starveling/Ensemble
Zachary Andrews - Oberon/Theseus/Ensemble
Anastasia Davidson - Helena/Moth/Tom Snout/Ensemble
Jessica Austgen - Lysander/Cobweb/Snug/Ensemble
Jake Mendes - Demetrius/Mustardseed/Francis Flute/Ensemble
These discussions offered after select performances cover interesting subjects about the production with members of the cast, director and/or designers. Talk Backs are held following every performance except opening night and closing matinee.
Happy Hour with the cast
Stay after the performance on Friday evening, April 17 and enjoy a social happy hour with the cast! Complimentary light snacks will be provided, and a cash bar will offer happy hour pricing.
Have a passion for theatre? Then join the Arvada Center Theatre Salon where you’ll spend 4 weeks exploring the script and its themes, the sets and costumes, the playwright and the history behind it all. You’ll also have the opportunity to see the production and meet the people who make it happen!
Theatre Salon dates:
- Classes: Thursday evenings 7-9 pm, February 20 - March 12, 2020
- Performance: February 27 at 7:30 pm
Learn More & Register
A Midsummer Night’s Dream is performed in repertory alongside Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express and Small Mouth Sounds. That gives audiences the chance to see the same actors playing different roles throughout the spring.
View Repertory Calendar