A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM!
Only FOUR weekends! Don’t miss it!
Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 6PM
July 13th through August 5th!
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at 6pm, July 13 through August 5, 2018. In the beautiful, tree-lined courtyard of Monte del Sol Charter School, 4157 Walking Rain Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87507.
“The course of true love never did run smooth!” says Lysander, and, boy, is he right! All of Athens is set to celebrate the marriage of their Duke to the mighty Queen of the Amazons. However, several pairs of lovers (including the King and Queen of the Fairies) are less content, and all end up meeting in the forest outside the city with explosive results! Throw in a band of inept actors struggling to present a show and a leading player who wants to perform every part, and you’re in for a chaotic, magic-filled lesson in what it means to be human!
Join us as we present one of Shakespeare most-beloved comedies! Bring your family, your friends, and your love of this timeless classic — and enjoy an afternoon of theatre under the turquoise skies!
Rain policy: we will perform through light to moderate rain! Bring your umbrellas if it looks like rain! We also reserve the right to hold up to 30 minutes to continue the show. If we call the show, you will receive a free pass good for remaining shows and next season’s show. If you choose to leave but we do not call the show, no free pass will be provided.
NO REFUNDS OF DONATIONS UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.
For more information, contact 505.490.6271 or email info@SFShakespeare.org
Introductory speaker to movie: Society Coordinator Jerry Ferraccio!
Sunday, July 15 at 11 AM.
175min. Directed by Scott Wentworth.
Shakespeare’s tragic tale of star-crossed lovers has never been more poignant or more profound than in this acclaimed staging from the Stratford Festival. Hailed by Broadway World as “captivating from start to finish,” director Scott Wentworth’s “funny, moving, thrilling” production (National Post) stars Antoine Yared and Sara Farb as the “youthful, impulsive, and vivacious” title characters (Toronto Star).