A Midsummer Nights Dream Tickets
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Alberta Ballet: A Midsummer Night's Dream
Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
Mar 13 2019
Alberta Ballet: A Midsummer Night's Dream
Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
Mar 21 2019
New York City Ballet: A Midsummer Night's Dream
David H. Koch Theater
May 28 2019
Milwaukee Ballet: A Midsummer Night's Dream
Uihlein Hall at Marcus Center For The Performing Arts
May 30 2019
Details of A Midsummer Night's Dream and the Ticket Luck value
A Midsummer Nights Dream is one of Shakespeare’s most popular comic play. It was written in the 1590’s and has been performed all over the world. The play was reworked into an Opera play by Benjamin Britten. Britten’s adaption of the play is scheduled to be performed at a handful of venues including the Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Centre, Tulsa Performing Arts Centre and the Kennedy Centre in Washington DC. Drawn completely from Shakespeare’s own imagination, the play includes fairies and fictional worlds. The story goes on to interconnect the four worlds to produce a magical and romantic story that is highly enjoyable. So get your A Midsummer Nights Dream tickets booked right away for an entertaining evening.
James Conlon, one of the most versatile and well known conductor, conducts the Opera and leads the ensemble cast of musicians. Conlon considered to be the champion of Britten, led the “Britten 100/LA” celebrations. His repertoire which reflects three years of efforts on Benjamin Britten’s work, makes him the most suitable option to lead the ensemble. His immense experience of working in symphonic, choral and operatic fields is reflected in the varied music that follows the plot of A Midsummer Nights Dream. The countertenor Oberon is played by Lestyn Davies and the role of Tytania is acted by soprano, Kathleen Kim.
The play revolves around the marriage between Theseus and Hippolyta. Theseus is the Duke of Athens while Hippolyta is a Queen of the Amazon. Along with the aristocrats in Athens, the plot involves four young lovers, six amateur actors and fairies from King Oberon’s and Queen Titania’s fairy kingdom. The tale follows the mismatched lovers who are running away from their local town, into the Athenian Woods. Things start to take a twist when King Oberon decides to get back at his wife, by casting a spell on her with the help of his fairies. Queen Tytania under the magical spell, is doomed to fall in love with the first thing she sees. As the hilarious plot unfolds, the “rude actors” who are entrusted with the responsibility of coming up with a play on the wedding also enter the forest. Queen Tytania wakes up to see one of the actors, Bottom, who is wearing a donkey’s head. Pandemonium ensues as it gets revealed that the king has also interfered with the four lovers.
A Midsummer Nights Dream was written by Britten in eight months and he prepared it just in time to premiere at the Aldeburgh Festival in Suffolk, England. Performed on June 11, 1960 at the Jubilee Hall, the Opera received mixed reviews from critics. There are slight differences between the original Midsummer Nights Dream and the Opera that Britten wrote. Britten’s version begins in the magical wood, unlike the original, which begins at Theseus’s court. Britten’s approach is very straightforward, he begins with very different starts to the second and third act as well, demanding the attention of the audience from the very beginning.
The musical distinction of the play lies in the different scores that are played in the different settings. The fairy kingdom is followed by slow and gauzy chords, complement by the boy-sopranos fairy chorus, giving the scenes an ethereal and eerie feel. As the different worlds collide, the music fittingly changes. Set in three acts and lasting over just three and a half hours, the opera is a delight to watch. Don’t miss out on the combination of magic, romance and laughter; Get your A Midsummer Nights Dream tickets booked as soon as possible.
A Midsummer Nights Dream Tickets Prices
The average A Midsummer Nights Dream tickets price will cost you between $160 and $505, if you are looking for the cheapest seats then catch the event being held at the Uihlein Hall at Marcus Center For The Performing Arts, Milwaukee on 30/05/2019. The average ticket will cost you the highest on 28/05/2019 at the David H. Koch Theater, New York.
Minimum get in price is for A Midsummer Nights Dream tickets is $54 for the event being held at the David H. Koch Theater, New York on 28/05/2019 , there are some venues that have a much higher get in price, for instance the cheapest seats at the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Edmonton on 21/03/2019 will set you back $81.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price (Minimum Price)|
|Alberta Ballet: A Midsummer Night's Dream||Calgary||13-Mar-19||$319||$72|
|Alberta Ballet: A Midsummer Night's Dream||Edmonton||21-Mar-19||$244||$81|
|New York City Ballet: A Midsummer Night's Dream||New York||28-May-19||$505||$54|
|Milwaukee Ballet: A Midsummer Night's Dream||Milwaukee||30-May-19||$160||$60|
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