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Dreaming of a Free Shakespeare Play?

SCFD | 2013-05-22

This Friday, May 24, you can attend a wonderful ballet performance of Shakespeare’s romantic-comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Civic Green Park in Highlands Ranch, presented by the Highlands Ranch Cultural Affairs Association and the Metro District of Highlands Ranch. Theatre in the park- an excellent combination that provides the opportunity to enjoy not only the play, but the atmosphere and weather as well, barring the presence of any sort of tempest. Admission to the event is FREE, so lest you aspire to be one of Puck’s foolish mortals, I advise attending the event.

Civic Green Park in Highlands Ranch. Image courtesy of the Highlands Ranch Cultural Affairs Association.

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