UAH Theatre concluded their 10th season with a groovy twist on William Shakespeare’s beloved comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Kaylie Miller, Staff Writer • March 27, 2015
The UAH Theatre production of Midsummer was colorful, funny, and delightfully inappropriate. The story remains timeless in its chaos: pairs of lovers flee into the woods, only to find themselves mixed up under the influence of mischievous fairy magic. The fairy king seeks to teach his stubborn fairy queen a lesson. A group of bumbling mechanics try to pull together a play for the court, only for one player to be transformed into a donkey.Set in the 1960s, UAH’s production of the show was a flurry... Read more »