Shakespeare’s most famous fairies, movie moguls and blonde bombshells collide in an explosive comedy.
It’s 1934, the height of Hollywood’s Golden Age, and Shakespeare’s most famous fairies, Oberon and Puck, have magically materialized on the Warner Brothers lot in Hollywood. As they wander around the set of Max Reinhardt’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, they are instantly smitten by the glitz and glamour of the silver screen and immediately cast to play themselves. With a little help from blonde bombshells, movie moguls, and arrogant “asses” the two are tossed into loopy love triangles, with hilarious and raucous results.
Two performances of Shakespeare in Hollywood will be ASL (American Sign Language) interpreted for the deaf and hard of hearing:
- Sunday 3/27
- Friday 4/1
Presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc. www.concordtheatricals.com
|Joe E Brown|
|Tarzan (Johnny Weissmuller)|
|directed by||Sean Hargadon|
|production manager||Jim and Kate Quan|