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Open Air Theatre Regent's 2007 Season
The Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park 75th season.
Produced by the New Shakespeare Company, the season runs in repertoire from 28 May 2007 to 15 Sep 2007.
Public Booking is now open!
Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, from 28 May 2007 to 16 Aug 2007. It is directed by Edward Kemp. Driven by ambition, Macbeth’s struggle for the crown takes him from war hero to base murderer. As darkness descends in the Park his fated journey unravels with bloody consequences.
A Midsummer Night's Dream, by William Shakespeare, from 30 May 2007 to 18 Aug 2007. It is directed by Christopher Luscombe. 'This magical and romantic tale of warring fairies and mismatched lovers has become synonymous with the Open Air Theatre. There really is no better setting.'
Lady Be Good, Music by George Gershwin, Lyrics by Ira Gershwin, Book by Guy Bolton & Fred Thompson, from 17 July 2007 to 25 Aug 2007. It is directed by Ian Talbot. Dick and Susie Trevor are penniless sibblings evicted from their Rhode Island mansion. Dick is determined to marry the wealthy Josephine Vanderwater in order to return to solvency but Susie is equally determined to save Dick from a loveless marriage by posing as a Spanish widow in order to claim a substantial inheritance.
The Boyfriend, musical by Sandy Wilson, returns after last years successful run, from 28 Aug 2007 to 15 Sep 2007. It is directed by Ian Talbot. Musical romance is set in the 1920s at Madame Dubonnet’s fashionable finishing school on the sun-kissed French Riviera, where young ladies are schooled in the finer arts of 'marrying well'. Polly Browne, a millionaire’s daughter, tries to escape the stern influence of her father and find true love encouraged by Madame Dubonnet; but when Polly falls for Tony the delivery boy - and so pretends to be a mere working girl herself - matters become rather complicated! This musical includes numbers such as 'Won’t you Charlston with me?' and 'I could be happy with you'.
Fantastic Mr Fox, by Roald Dahl, adapted for the stage by David Wood, from 31 July 2007 to 25 Aug 2007. When Mr Fox steals one chicken too many from a local farm, the farmers decide the only cure is to rid themselves of Mr Fox by any means possible. Outwitted at every turn, the farmers' ploys backfire and all the animals celebrate a feast at their expense