KPA presents Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream for Kids

By Kettleworks Performing Arts (other events)

Sat, Dec 19 2020 2:00 PM Mon, Dec 21 2020 11:30 PM

Kettleworks Performing Arts is excited to present A Midsummer Night's Dream For Kids!
This event will premiere at 2:00 PM on Saturday, December 19th. Ticket holders will continue to have access to the show link through the end of the day on Sunday, December 20th.
Please request your tickets here. Please consider adding on a donation to help our programs move forward and provide arts enrichment throughout this difficult time.
The link to view our virtual performance will be sent to you the morning of the performance. Please add [email protected] to your approved email list so you may receive our correspondence. Please direct any questions you have to this email. We look forward to sharing this hilarious show with you!

The story of a strange midsummer's night....
In and around the city of Athens live a colorful array of characters. Our play is the tale of how they meet and part on a unique midsummer night.

Hermia loves Lysander, Demetrius loves Hermia, Helena loves Demetrius, Lysander loves Hermia. Lysander and Hermia decide to elope, escaping Athens by way of the woods.AND SO - they all wind up running around the woods, losing and finding each other. 
Bottom, Quince, Flute, and the other Mechanicals have decided to put on a play to impress Theseus, Duke of Athens. In order to rehearse in secret they head to the woods. 
Little do all of these mortals know that they are headed into the heart of the fairy kingdom.

Titania, queen of the fairies, and Oberon, king of Fairies are having a feud. Oberon decides to play a cruel joke on Titania with the help of chief-mischief-maker Puck. He also employs Puck to help the heart-sick Helena win her beloved Demetrius. But Puck may have mixed up his humans! 

How will the foolish mortals fare in their fairy encounters? Will they have happy endings? Join us for our performance on December 19th to find out!

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