By Michael Pennington
An intensely useful account of ways A Midsummer Night's Dream really works on stage.
A scene-by-scene consultant to Shakespeare's top enjoyed comedy, from the well-know actor Michael Pennington, drawing on his personal event of directing A Midsummer Night's Dream on the well-known outdoors Theatre in Regent's Park, London, in 2003 - defined by means of London critics as 'a alluring Shakespearian event' (Guardian) and 'riotously humorous and really touching' (Telegraph).
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