As a theatre director, everything rests
on the decisions I make. A Midsummer Night’s Dream has been performed
countless times; you have to find your own interpretation. Taking words written four hundred years ago [‘Thou art wise as thou art beautiful’] and making them relevant
for audiences today. [‘I will not stir from this place’] Is it a traditional tale of magic and
fairies? [‘Out of this wood do not desire to go’] Does it have something to tell us about life today? [‘Reason and love keep little company together nowadays’] It’s your chance to be the director: choose your set design and music; pick
your actors; direct their performance. Create your own version of one of
Shakespeare’s most loved plays. Then sit back and watch your decisions come to life.