A Midsummer Night’s Dream will play March 9, 2017, through March 19, 2017, at the Kennedy Theatre as part of Theatre Raleigh’s Family Series. Kids will love this contemporary spin on a magical tale of fairies, love, and woodland mischief.
Theatre Raleigh promises to shake up Shakespeare with their unique production created especially for kids. Families will appreciate the Kennedy Theatre, where every seat has a front row feel and is no farther than 10 feet away from the action!
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Created by Lauren Kennedy Brady and Morgan Parpan
Director/Choreographer – Lauren Kennedy Brady
Lighting Design – Christina Munich
Costume Design – Elaine Brown
Costume Supervisor – Emily Johns
Scenic Designer/Technical Director – Tim Domack
Sound Designer – Bryan Hitzigrath
Stage Manager – Allison Dellinger
General Manager – Leona Taylor
Cast includes: Ben Redding, Liam Yates, Victoria Moore, William Kalland, Mary Kathryn Walston, Tim Caudle, Meagan Chieppor, Michael Perez, Will Thomason, Sean McCracken, Melvin Gray, Evan Tylka, Susanna Skaggs, Alexandra Finazzo, Riley Campbell, Kameron Draper and Chloe Calhoun.
2017 SUMMER SERIES
Smokey Joe’s Cafe – Kennedy Theatre (May 31st – June 11th)
Struck – Kennedy Theatre (June 21st – July 2nd)
Lombardi – Kennedy Theatre (July 19th – 30th)
The Secret Garden – Fletcher Opera Theater (August 15th – 20th)
Rock Of Ages – Koka Booth Amphitheatre (September 7th – 10th)
About Theatre Raleigh
The mission of Theatre Raleigh, Inc. is to produce work with an artistic scope that includes musical theatre, drama, comedy, concerts, theatre for young audiences, as well as the development of new theatrical projects. Theatre Raleigh, Inc. will nurture a tradition of intimate, professional live performances while enhancing, stimulating and providing opportunities to our community, thus contributing to its vitality.
Theatre Raleigh, Inc. produces a critically-acclaimed Summer Series featuring plays and musicals, Family Series boasting of one of a kind adaptations and original works to include song and dance and a Concert Series showcasing a wide variety of local artists.
This umbrella institution operates with the goal of providing audiences diverse programming in the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts. For more information please go to http://www.theatreraleigh.com.
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