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A Midsummer Night's Dream
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Production: Moscow Alternative School Center & Moscow Community Theatre, Moscow, Idaho
Production Dates:
October 20-29, 1995

Production Background

The action takes place in the fictional town of Athens and the surrounding pine forest during the early settlement days of Idaho. Like all good settlements, Athens has its share of saloons. The play opens in the Palace Saloon which is owned by Duke Theseus. To serve the local working men (trappers, traders, fishermen, etc.), Theseus employs a variety of 'working women'. These women are looked after by the beautiful and voluptuous Philostrate, Mistress of the Revels. In the surrounding pine forest live the mythical creatures of the Nez Perce Coyote tales. The mischievous Puck (Coyote) enjoys playing tricks on the other animals of the forest and on the inhabitants of Athens.

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