A Midsummer Night’s Dream
by William Shakespeare
Hermia and Lysander are in love. But in Athens, that love is forbidden. Their romantic dreams are quickly becoming a nightmare. With the threat of exile or execution hanging over their heads, they escape to the one place that might be safe – the forest.
Direction – Kip Williams.
Assistant Director – Alastair Clark.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream was performed September and October 2016 at the Sydney Opera House. Presented by Sydney Theatre Company.
“Wondrous, but terrifying.” – Daily Review Australia
“At once anarchic and tightly controlled: mesmerising, funny, gory, sexy, confronting… The result is a brooding and pungent Midsummer Night, more nightmare than dream.” – Time Out Sydney
“Frankly eye-opening… some of the most astonishing and iconoclastic theatre, full of spirit; adventurous, brave and ostentatious.” – Suzy Wrong