‘Midsummer’ the way Shakespeare intended


Local theater production has four shows this week

Nate Kissingford plays Puck in No Holds Bard's production of "Midsummer Night's Dream," in which the theater company performs Shakespeare as it was originally intended. Four shows are scheduled on Saturday and Sunday at the Wright Opera House. Photo courtesy John Kissingford
Shakespeare the way the bard intended it - that's the way audiences will see "A Midsummer Night's Dream" performed this week at the Wright Opera House. It's not about elaborate sets, fancy spotlights or a stone-quiet audience - this production promises to be interactive, energetic and just as it was performed back in the day at the Globe Theatre. No Holds Bard, which is part of UpstART Theater…

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