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All-male "A Midsummer Night's Dream" extends to 8 Nov 03
Edward Hall's all-male Propeller Theatre company version of William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream has been extended by 2 weeks and is now booking to 8 Nov 03 at the Comedy theatre
This touring production by the Watermill Theatre, opened to good notices from the popular press last month: RACHEL HALLIBURTON for THE EVENING STANDARD says, "Infectious boys serve up a dream." Elisabeth Mahoney for THE GUARDIAN says, "Totally compelling." ADAM SCOTT for THE INDEPENDENT says, "It is spoken throughout with fabulous speed and clarity, and wonderfully performed." ROBERT SHORE for TIME OUT says, "Zestful imaginative production." JOHN THAXTER for THE STAGE says the production "Places the emphasis on the spoken word and a direct relationship with the audience."
Directed by Edward Hall, designed by Michael Pavelka, with lighting by Ben Ormerod, the show features Tony Bell (Bottom), Dugald Bruce-Lockhart (Lysander), Richard Clothier (Titania), Emilio Doorgasingh (Hippoyta), Matt Flynn (Theseus), Robert Hands (Helena), Vincent Leigh (Demetrius / Snout), Jonathan McGuinness (Hermia / Snug), Chris Myles (Quince / Egeus), Simon Scardifield (Puck / Starveling), Jules Werner (Flute), Guy Williams ( Oberon), Alasdair Craig (Fairy) , Alexander Giles (Fairy)
Feuding lovers and bickering fairies play out their love entanglements on one very magical night. This potent mixture of comedy and romantic adventure, combined with some of his most captivating characters has ensured that A Midsummer Night's Dream remains one of Shakespeare's most popular and beloved plays.