(DOVER, NJ) -- Dover Little Theatre presents A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare on September 24-25 to kick off the theater's 89th season. This comedy, which is one of Shakespeare's most popular plays, revolves around the marriage of Theseus and Hippolyta. The production is available for viewing at home.
To view this production, please make a minimum donation of $15 by clicking here. The link to view the production will be emailed to you by the performance dates.
In an email to their subscribers, the company said, "We are immensely grateful for the generosity of all those who have donated to keep our little theatre lit through the worst of this pandemic until we could finally reopen our doors to all. While A Midsummer Night’s Dream will be hosted virtually, we intend for the rest of our season to be performed live while following the recommended safety measures suggested by the local, state and federal government."
Dover Little Theatre, located at 69 Elliott Street in Dover, New Jersey, is an intimate 100 seat theatre located just off Blackwell Street in Historic Dover, New Jersey. This hidden gem was established in 1933 through the efforts of a dedicated group of theatre enthusiasts in the Dover Women’s Club who sought to establish a “home” for theatrical arts and artists of all kinds. Succeeding with their vision, DLT has become a home for all interested in theatre- whether it is on stage, behind the scenes, or as an audience member.
DLT brings the community into community theatre by producing mainstage productions and children’s theatre, hosting comedy troupes, concerts, and all sorts of other special events produced and run only by volunteers.