School of Theatre & Dance
British International Theatre Program

TheatreUSF Presents Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream"



by William Shakespeare
Directed by Richard Beecham
Associate Director Alice Malin


Feb 18 - 20 & 25 - 27 at 7:30 pm
Feb 21 & 28 at 3:00 pm
Theatre 2, Tampa Campus

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A Duke and a Queen to be married; lovers spelled and lost in the woods; the King and Queen of the Fairies move against each other in a festive rivalry with a comic troupe of mechanicals caught in their web. What could be better than Shakespeare’s most loved romp? Set on the beach – the scene is updated but Shakespeare’s beautiful language is intact. Come and have fun with us in A Midsummer Night’s Dream!




























USF School of Theatre and Dance’s British International Theatre (BRIT) Program has been alive and well for more than 20 years, bringing a wide range of outstanding guest artists from the United Kingdom to work side by side with our TheatreUSF students. Professional directors and choreographers, leading actors in theatre, television and film, voice and speech experts and top rate designers have all been guest teachers and artists in residence. TheatreUSF will be forever thankful and grateful to the founders Hinks and Elaine Shimberg, Sir Cameron Mackintosh, John and Lisel Gale, and Dan Doyle for their vision and financial resources that make this program possible.

The University of South Florida School of Theatre and Dance is committed to facilitating creative and academic artists and scholars though rigorous training in the studio, the classroom, and in performance. Throughout the curriculum students are encouraged to expand their view to include other cultures and ideas of performance. All classes in the School of Theatre and Dance are student-centered, with the faculty maintaining a close mentoring relationship. For more information about our programs or to contact the department please visit http://theatreanddance.arts.usf.edu.

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