Arts & Entertainment
November 5, 2004
In "A Midsummer Night's Dream," after being put under a spell to fall in love with the first person she sees, Titiania, played by Stephanie Barraco, awakens from a potion-induced slumber to find Nick Bottom, an overconfident craftsman with a donkey’s head. The play opens this week in Dailey Theatre.
William Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" gets a new score and an innovative staging in Dailey Theatre starting this week.
The Grapevine restaurant offers fine Mediterranean cuisine in an intimate atmosphere.
Steve Westbrook breaks ground with his "transmogrified poetry."
Jeffrey Kahan, associate professor of English, is spearheading a project to make the works of William Shakespeare, as well as those of more obscure Renaissance playwrights, available digitally.