A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Front page of the  first edition Quarto of the play.
From the Quarto edition of 1600

Has there been a more joyous play written than A Midsummer Night’s Dream? It leaves the receptive audience unfailingly delighted. I recall seeing it one time at the Chatham Playhouse on Cape Cod — the summer night held just a bit of mist that wound itself through the trees along the path as we walked away, not unlike the mist in the fairyland…

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Storyteller and dreamer. I write about the English language, being human, the magic of life, and metaphysics. Ph.D. in English Literature. www.regina-clarke.com

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Regina Clarke

Regina Clarke

Storyteller and dreamer. I write about the English language, being human, the magic of life, and metaphysics. Ph.D. in English Literature. www.regina-clarke.com

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