When you say the name William Shakespeare to some people, they get really scared and kind of want to run away. People are intimated because they don’t understand the language or they think it’s boring. But what if I told you to think about Shakespeare in the 50s? One that incorporates songs like “At Last” and “Life Could Be a Dream”? Well, if this appeals to you, I have a place for you to be November 12-14!
The theatre department here at West Virginia Wesleyan is performing A Midsummer Night’s Dream—and it’s going to be amazing. Directed by our guest director, James Ricks, and filled with a brilliant cast, the show is bound to be a hit.
Everyone will love this show, but they have to give it a chance first! Come out on November 12-14 at 8 p.m. and see the amazing show we’ve put together. Tickets cost $3 with a student ID, $5 for seniors and $7 for adults. Go out and support real live theatre and your friends! You won’t be disappointed.
Charles Harper – Theseus/OberonMaya Eberhart – Hippolyta/TitaniaElizabeth Clever – Philostrate/PuckLogan Darnell – Egeus/MothKatlin Kouns – HelenaSarah Smith – HermiaIsaac “Walker” Carroll – LysanderJacob Fleck – DemetriusChristopher Lujan – QuinceAaron Harris – Bottom (Pyramus)Collin Nelson – Flute (Thisby)Michael Inman – Snug (Lion)Edwin Hollen – Snout (Wall)Brianna Underwood – Starveling (Moon)Haruna Isayama – Cobweb/Fairy #1Abby Suder – PeaseblossomRachel Barnhart – Mustardseed