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REVIEWS:

 

NNNN "It’s a vibrant and intimate rendering, ... full of magic and comedy enough to warm even the most iced-over hearts ... a charming and spellbinding experience." nowtoronto.com

 

"This is a production oozing sex. A worthy, inventive production." slotkinletter.com

"...the second act is sidesplittingly funny, double in your chair laughing funny." mooneyontheatre.com

 

What they achieve is a rollicking, laugh-out-loud funny version of the play that exploits the sly humour in Shakespeare’s spoof of the acting world and the mix of magic, make-believe and nonsense that is A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” susanwalkerartsblog.com

 

"An immensely entertaining production that allows Shakespeare's delightful comedy to embrace the blend of play and deception so crucial to a narrative dependent upon love's complicated equations and the warring powers that unfold." batemanreviews.blogspot.ca

"Enchanting from start to finish...beautiful theatre magic moments."  shakespearestudying.wordpress.com 

 

"A delightfully entertaining escape from the brutal winter weather into a different kind of natural disorder, and while fairly brief (running time is 2 hours), is rarely tedious."  myentertainmentworld.ca

"Beautiful things come in small boxes ... that’s the best way to describe A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Everything comes together for a delightful couple of hours of vintage Shakespeare." jameskarasreveiws.blogspot.ca

 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM 

 

          ABOUT                               THE CHEKHOV COLLECTIVE                   DATES AND TICKETS

Considered Shakespeare's most magical and inventive play, this intimate production explores love in all its complications and contradictions.

On a midsummer’s night, young lovers and workmen plunge into a forest where spirits abound.

Vows melt, bodies transform, seasons alter, the moon stills ... 
 

It's a world turned upside down where nothing is what it seems.

CAST: Paul Amos, Zach Counsil,  Christina Fox, Natasha Greenblatt,  Michael Man, Jesse Nerenberg, Rena Polley, Elizabeth Saunders

 

DIRECTOR: Richard Sheridan Willis

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: Rachel Jones
LIGHTING DESIGN: Noah Feaver
SOUND DESIGN: Rob Bertola

SET/COSTUME: Shannon Lea Doyle
MOVEMENT: Melinda Little
STAGE MANAGER: Elyse Quesnel

PRODUCER: Rena Polley, Heidi Reimer

Media Contact: Carrie Sager, Flip Publicity

 

*This is a Canadian Actor's Equity Association

under the Artists' Collective Policy

February 22 - March 11, 2018 

 

THE CITADEL

304 Parliament St. Toronto

Preview Feb 21

 

Wed - Sun @ 8pm

Sat + Sun  @ 2pm

 

* please note there is no performance

on Sun March 4 @ 8pm

 

Tickets $25 - $40

through Brown Paper Tickets

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