MSU Summer Theatre returns to Minot

Submitted Photo Jason Paul Gaarder portrays Puck.

Bright lights, extraordinary sets and dynamic performances will make their grand return Monday, June 12, as Minot State University Summer Theatre presents the Shakespearean masterpiece “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”

For the 52nd season, Magic City audiences can experience the delight and wonderment which graces the stage of the MSU Amphitheater each summer season.

Monday, June 12- Thursday, June 16, theatregoers are invited to witness the comedic celebration of marriage, family and mystical creatures.

Aili Davidson Smith, the director of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” describes the upcoming performance as fun for the whole family and a perfect introduction to William Shakespeare.

In addition to honoring the biggest name in theatre, the cast of nearly 30 performers will add a unique twist that features lightsabers.

Throughout opening week, any scout that appears in uniform can see the theatrical performance free of charge.

Box office open at 7:30 p.m., showtime is 8:30 p.m. and ticket prices $15 for adults, $10 for seniors and youth under 18 years of age is $5.

MSU staff and students who present their MSU ID, can attend for $10.

To book reservations, call 858-3228.