Kate Belden as Puck (Photo by Tim Young)

 

What a delight that PAE is bringing to you this weekend–another great performance of Portland Actors Ensemble’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream!  You can see the show on Saturday, August 23rd and Sunday, August 24th, with both shows starting at 3 pm.  The Sunday, August 24th show will be American Sign Language interpreted.

 

The shows are held at Washington Park, SW Washington Way & SW Wright Ave. , Portland.  Note:  Our performance will be in the lower park, just North of the Holocaust Memorial. We are NOT at the amphitheater.  Also, parking is now metered in Washington Park.  The performance will run from 3 PM until approximately 5:20 PM.  Plan accordingly. For more information: http://www.portlandoregon.gov/parks/60433  

 

There’s lots of nice shade at this park, so bring a blanket or lawn chair and a picnic, and come join us!  This is a very family friendly, action-packed and funny show, and features several local students as fairies, so be sure to bring the kids.  Don’t miss out, because the show closes with our final performance on Monday, Sept. 1st, Labor Day!

 

For more show information, including cast and crew lists, and to see maps and directions, you can visit Portland Actors Ensemble’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream show schedule.  There’s also a great study guide for the show, prepared by our director, Douglas Lay.

 

Portland Actors Ensemble's A Midsummer Night's Dream at Washington Park

 

From left to right:  Helena (Tara Hershberger) and Lysander (David Bellis-Squires).  Photo by Tim Young.

 

 

Have any questions about A Midsummer Night’s Dream?  We’d love to hear about it down in the comments, so feel free to stop by and say hi!

 

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Till next time,

Take pains; be perfect; adieu!

DCFC0486.JPGAthena McElrath is an actor and singer who is also an Administrative Board member with Portland Actor’s Ensemble.  She helps PAE with social media and educational outreach.  She often works onstage with her husband, K.J. McElrath, in their cabaret act, called McElrath Cabaret, which features songs from classic Broadway, Hollywood and Tin Pan Alley.  For more:  http://mcelrathcabaret.com/

 

 

 

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