Shakespeare in the Park
Saturday, July 19, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Geneva Shakespeare in the Park features Midsummer Night’s Dream July 19; Free admissionCan falling in love make fools of us all? Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream will answer that question with fairies, magic and comic situations.
Join us for Shakespeare in the Park at 6 pm July 19 in Geneva's Island Park. Admission is free; a $5 donation is suggested. Performed by the Midsummer Theatre Troupe, the play focuses on the adventures of two sets of young lovers and an amateur theater troupe. Set in a mythical city and an enchanted forest, the play chronicles their interactions with fairies and the duke and duchess.
Other notable characters include Oberon, the handsome king of the fairies; Nick Bottom, a comic tradesman who is transformed into a donkey; Titania, Queen of the Fairies, and Puck, maker of mischief.
As usual, the Midsummer Theatre Troupe will perform the play with flair and comedy. The performance is condensed to 90-minutes, and features slapstick humor and physical gags appropriate for all ages.
Food will be available for purchase from Stockholm's and Graham's. Browse Shakespeare-themed items at the Circa table. Geneva Public Library District staff will roam the festival with a fun photo op. Make sure to bring your camera.
Seating begins at 5 pm and is Ravinia-style. Bring blankets, chairs and picnics. A pre-show performance by State Street Dance Studio dancers kicks off the entertainment at 6 pm.
Island Park is located at the corner of State Street and Route 25 in Geneva. Free parking is available at the government center on First Street. It’s just a short walk across the covered bridge over the Fox River to Island Park. For more information, call (630) 938-4530 or visit www.genevarts.org. Visit Shakespeare in the Park on Facebook.
When & Where
Fox Valley Holistic Health Celebration
The annual Fox Valley Holistic Health Celebration was concocted by several practitioners sitting around, sipping tea, and shooting the breeze. Isn't it time we stepped up and let the community know what amazing services are available? We invited our friends and favorite healers and put together a wonderful party - a celebration of alternative health and wellness. Come and meet some amazing and talented practitioners, learn about and sample some therapies that may be new to you, and, best of all, hang with people who have a healthier vision for the future.