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  • Outdoor Theater: A Midsummer Night's Dream presented at Raleigh Rose Garden

    A sold-out performance of William Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" was performed in the Raleigh Rose Garden on Thursday, June 4, 2015. Viewing from blankets and folding chairs, the 90-person crowd was treated to a stageless show, surrounded by roses in full bloom. Weaving in and out of planted rows, actors had to hide "off stage" in the florals. Co-produced by Seed Art Share and the Raleigh Little Theatre, the 90-minute play is the first to be performed in the garden since the same play was done in 1970.

A sold-out performance of William Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" was performed in the Raleigh Rose Garden on Thursday, June 4, 2015. Viewing from blankets and folding chairs, the 90-person crowd was treated to a stageless show, surrounded by roses in full bloom. Weaving in and out of planted rows, actors had to hide "off stage" in the florals. Co-produced by Seed Art Share and the Raleigh Little Theatre, the 90-minute play is the first to be performed in the garden since the same play was done in 1970. clowenstein@newsobserver.com
A sold-out performance of William Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" was performed in the Raleigh Rose Garden on Thursday, June 4, 2015. Viewing from blankets and folding chairs, the 90-person crowd was treated to a stageless show, surrounded by roses in full bloom. Weaving in and out of planted rows, actors had to hide "off stage" in the florals. Co-produced by Seed Art Share and the Raleigh Little Theatre, the 90-minute play is the first to be performed in the garden since the same play was done in 1970. clowenstein@newsobserver.com

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