Midsummer Night’s Eve

Saturday  February  14, 2015    7:30 pm at the Curtis M Phillips Center

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                On a dreamy midsummer night’s eve, the worlds of faeiries, humans, dukes and donkeys all collide under the magic spell of cupid’s arrow. We see how true love never runs smooth, as the mischievous puck proclaims, ‘Lord what fools these mortals be!” A bright and beautiful ballet in the classical style created by Kim Tuttle,  set to Shakespeare’s immortal ‘A Midsummer Night’s Eve ‘proves that falling in love is the ultimate gift.

Plan on a romantic evening for two. An enchanting performance about fantasy and magic  followed  by a “Be My Valentine”  dance.












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