Shakespeare coming to arts centre in March

Grinder Produc­tions is presenting William Shake­speare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Centre for the Arts here March 12 to 14.

Two pairs of young, mis­guided lovers, a rousing gang of hopelessly comical players, and a forest filled with bicker­ing but ultimately helpful fair­ies, all come together in an enchanting evening’s entertain­ment.

While this particular play has earned many devoted fans in its 400 year history it is also a perfect introduction to Shake­s­peare’s work for those who have never seen his plays. 

The play is directed by Grinder’s execu­tive director Eric Goudie, and features many of the com­pany’s newest mem­bers, including some who are making their theatrical debuts. 

“I’ve wanted to do this show for a long, long time,” said Goudie. “You can’t get any better material to work with than this, and I’m confident The Dream won’t be the last Shakespearean project we un­der­take.”

Tickets are available  by calling 519-780-7593. The show runs March 12 through 14 at 8pm, with a 2pm matinee on March 14.  For more infor­mation visit www.grinder­