A Midsummer Night's Dream

                                                 by William Shakespeare

Among Shakespeare's most memorable plays, this production set the scene in an abandoned theatre.  An intreped explorer begins to poke about in the rubble, and suddenly the magic enters the space, and the story unfolds before her very eyes.  As the faeries emerge, the magic overtakes the explorer and she becomes our Puck.  Always a challenge to separate the worlds of magic and normalcy, this production was great fun.

UMKC Theatre, Studio Theatre 116

April 2010

 

Directed by Theodore Swetz

Scenic Design by Pan Leung

Lighting Design by Richard L. Sprecker

Sound Design by Merlin Alexandre James Salisbury

Music composed by Timothy Munger

 

Photography by Stacey Schmitz and Richard L. Sprecker

© 2017 by Richard L. Sprecker

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