A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Illustration by Ramon Perez.

A (musical) MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

by William Shakespeare, adapted by Kevin Fox, Tom Lillington and D. Jeremy Smith

Bard’s Bus Tour | July 19 – August 18, 2019 | 7:30pm | On tour in Ontario | Pay What You Can or Free Admission

A Midsummer Night’s Dream. This summer, Driftwood Theatre celebrates 25 years of The Bard’s Bus Tour by revisiting Shakespeare’s most magical, musical story. Four lovers and one band of hapless mechanicals wander into the forest of Arden one fateful night, only to have their lives forever changed by the denizens of the faery realm. A magical adventure of musical proportions, Driftwood Theatre’s A (musical) Midsummer Night’s Dream is sure to delight the hearts of audiences of all ages.

FULL SEASON SCHEDULE:
MONTUEWEDTHUFRIDSATSUN
July 19
Burlington Performing Arts Centre
July 20
Parkwood Estate, Oshawa
July 21
Esplanade Park, Pickering
July 22July 23
Celebration Square, Whitby
July 24
Riverwood Park, Mississauga
July 25
Thorn Lodge Park, Mississauga
July 26
Withrow Park, Toronto
July 27
Withrow Park, Toronto
July 28
TBD
July 29July 30
Guild Park, Toronto
July 31
Dundas Driving Park
August 1
Civic Centre Park, Kitchener
August 2
Kawartha Settlers’ Village, Bobcaygeon
August 3
Memorial Park, Marmora
August 4
Peterborough Museum and Archives
August 5August 6
Battery Park, Kingston
August 7
Allen Macpherson House, Napanee
August 8
Trent Port Marina, Quinte West
August 9
Mill Pond Park, Bloomfield
August 10
Victoria Park, Cobourg
August 11
Scugog Shores Museum, Port Perry
August 12August 13
Leacock Museum, Orillia
August 14
Visual Arts Centre of Clarington, Bowmanville
August 15
Daniels Spectrum Courtyard, Toronto
August 16
Ingersoll Cheese & Agricultural Museum
August 17
Silver Lake Park, Port Dover
August 18
Mann Raceway Plaza, St. Catharines
Praise for Driftwood Theatre’s Bard’s Bus Tour

A theatre experience with wit, wonder and a touch of magic. Paul Love, OnStage

“I’m grateful for the scrappy Driftwood Theatre Group”  Lynn Slotkin, The Slotkin Letter

“A great way to spend an evening with your children, picnic baskets and your camping chairs.” Dorianne Emerton, Mooney on Theatre

“One of the summer’s most enriching theatre experiences.  Velika Maxam, Slowcity.ca

Driftwood Theatre is changing the conversation around [Shakespeare] Carly Maga, Toronto Star