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Mental Health Matters: Two-Day Caregiver Empowerment Retreat Sponsored by Maryland Dept. of Education

April 25 and 27 - Shakespeare and Company Present Othello and A Midsummer Night's Dream

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Category: MC Events

Published: 2018-04-23 00:00:01.000

Shakespeare and Company Present Othello & Midsummer Night's Dream


Wednesday, April 25 | 11 AM*
Friday, April 27 | 10:30 AM* & 8 PM

In Othello, a man takes revenge on a friend by tearing apart the fabric of his life-love turns to jealousy; trust becomes doubt; friendships are shattered--an intricate construct of lies turns his life upside down, and ultimately makes him the instrument of the death of what he holds most precious.

A Midsummer Night's Dream

Thursday, April 26 | 11 AM
Saturday, April 28 | 11 AM & 8 PM

Four young lovers risk everything by chasing each other into the woods... The King and Queen of the faeries are fighting, and all of Nature is suffering for it... A war between the Amazons and the Athenians has turned into a wedding... A hapless amateur theater group is putting on a play...

Out of these unlikely ingredients, William Shakespeare created A Midsummer Night's Dream, quite possibly the most perfect comedy ever written. Mistaken identities abound, malicious (and not so malicious) tricks are played, love potions go bad, and a guy ends up with a donkey's head instead of his own...

Midsummer is a blind-eyed break-neck-speed no-holds-barred tumble through the heart; it's a play about how love wounds and forgiveness heals; about how no dream is too big.

All shows will be followed by Q&As with the cast.

*The morning performances on Wednesday, April 25th and Friday, April 27 will be
followed by Actor/Audience Workshops.

Our location is central, with free parking and nearby public transportation.

Wheelchair Accessible

Contact and Info:


Regular: $25.00
Senior: $20.00
Student: $20.00
MC ID: $15.00
Faculty: $15.00
Child: $10.00

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