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Saturday, June 25, 2011

Magical Hilarity!

Bob Hall and his cast have magic to do, just for you, and the effect is nothing short of dreamy.
Star City Blog, June 20, 2011

Funny, charming, well-balanced, talented cast and what a fantastic venue for Midsummer: COULD not be more perfect. Enjoy a beautiful summer night with Shakespeare in the Park!
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This is a show worth seeing, so get out under the stars and dream a little!
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The initial run of Flatwater Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream ends Sunday night, June 26, 7:30 p.m. at Lincoln Foundation Garden (N Street, between 14th and Centennial Mall). Call 402-473-2897 to see if any seats are left! Free Admission – suggested donation $10.

If you haven’t seen the show – or just want to see it again – you’re in luck! Starting this Thursday, June 30, and continuing July 1-3 and 7-10, the show embarks on a whirlwind tour of some of Lincoln’s finest parks and other outdoor venues. As with the LCF Garden performances, admission is Free – but freewill donations will be happily accepted.

Audiences are asked to bring blankets, chairs, and cushions to sit on. Free ice cream will be provided by Ivanna Cone. Here are the scheduled venues. Showtime is 7 p.m.

June 30: Prescott Elementary School, 1930 S. 20th Street

July 1: Cooper Park, S. 6th and D Streets

July 2: Bethany Park, N. 65th and Vine Streets

July 3: Henry Park, S. 44th Street and Prescott Avenue

July 7: First Plymouth Congregational Church, 2000 D Street

July 8: Trago Park, N. 22nd and U Streets

July 9: Antelope Park @ Ager Center, 1300 S. 27th Street, by Liberty Statue

July 10: Woods Park, S. 33rd and J Streets

Call 402-473-2897 for information.

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