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A Midsummer Night's Dream (Frog & Peach)
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A Midsummer Night's Dream (Frog & Peach) NYC Reviews and Tickets

(31 Reviews)
Members say
Delightful, Entertaining, Funny, Great acting, Quirky

About the Show

Frog & Peach returns to the Sheen Center with Shakespeare’s beloved romp of romance, wizardry, and show biz.

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Member Reviews (31)

Quirky, Beautifully spoken, Strong intentions, Lovely space, Marvelous character actors

See it if you have not seen Midsummer in a while and want to enjoy the beautiful language. This company uses exquisite diction. a few wonderful actors

Don't see it if you want magic and fantasy. Some of the interpretations are just odd. I like that they are definite but disagree with some of the choices

Abridged shakespeare., Uneven acting., Unfocused direction.

See it if You like AMND and want a generally fast-paced version. This is modern dress, bare bones, stylized set. Cast was energetic. Puck was good.

Don't see it if Like the bard pure or expect the actors will help you understand what’s being said. I know this play & it never enchanted. 2nd act better Read more

Critic Reviews (1)

February 12th, 2018

"A very cute and entertaining production...Benson does an excellent job at bringing this play to life...It is the cast which is easily what makes this particular production worth going to see. Standing out among this talented ensemble is Marcus Watson, who proves to be particularly energetic and versatile in the role of Puck...This was a very playful, colorful, and delightful production of a classic play."
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