Shakespeare in the Arb

“Shakespeare in the Arb” came into existence in the summer of 2001, when Residential College Drama faculty member Kate Mendeloff was asked to direct an outdoor production as part of a three year Ford Motor Company grant for Arts in the Arb. She chose Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” for its structure -- the characters are transformed by the power of the natural world. The production was such a popular success that Mendeloff remounted it the following summer, and “Shakespeare in the Arb” became an Ann Arbor institution!

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