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A Midsummer Night’s Dream enchants

Love potions and fairies come to Ponderosa High School in the Drama Department’s performance of William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”

The play depicts love gone amuck when Puck, a servant to King Oberon, gives unwitting subjects a love potion while they sleep … with hilarious results. True love does win out and the audience will enjoy the journey to a very happy ending.

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” comes to Ponderosa’s on-campus stage, 3661 Ponderosa Road in Shingle Springs, at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 25 & 27 and Nov. 1-3Tickets are $10 general admission and $8 for students. Purchase them at the door.

Cast
Theseus (Noah Hallam); Hippolyta (Mikaela Bissell); Egeus (Jacob Hansen); Hermia (Brianna Yost); Lysander (Kyle Sanderson); Demetrius (Josh Johnson); Helena (Emily Sathis); Puck (Wesley Kayne); Oberon (Royce Cotcher); Titania (Becca Massek); Nick Bottom (Aaron Garber); Peter Quince (Jacob Hansen); Francis Flute (Mason Taylor); Robin Starveling (Colleen Lustan); Tom Snout (Katie Peters); Snug (Katie Rose); Philostrate (Kerrigan Sneve); Peaseblossom (Sarah Enos); Cobweb (Caylea Humphrey); Mote (Amanda Novotny) and Mustardseed (Samantha Smith).

Chorus of Magical People and Townspeople
Maddie Crook, Ben Thomas, Greg Kirby, Sarah Johnson, Amber Dejah Evans, Hannah Duane, Abriana Morris, Kylie Smith, Taylor Bartosh and Katie Phillips.

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