Sierra Stages production A Midsummer's Night Dream, Nevada Theatre

Sierra Stages presents A Midsummer’s Nights Dream, opening this Thursday, February 28th and running through March 23rd at the Nevada Theatre.  For an entertaining night out, come enjoy one Shakespeare’s most popular comedies, where the world of fairies, actors and nobility collide. Thursday night performances are at 7pm, Friday and Saturday evenings at 8pm and Sunday matinees at 2pm.  To purchase tickets online click here.  Thanks to the fabulous folks at Sierra Stages I’ve got 2 tickets to giveaway for this weekend’s opening show.  Please post a comment on this blog post about your favorite Shakespeare’s play and I’ll draw the winner on Thursday*.  If you’re thinking of visiting Nevada City to enjoy a night out at the theatre, we’ve got a special “Getaway Theatre” package available, please call us at the Outside Inn, 530 265 2233, for more details.

Nevada City Nevada Theatre, A Midsummer's Night Dream

Nevada City Community Theatre, Sierra Stages

Nevada Theatre, A Midsummer's Night Dream, Sierra Stages

© 2013 InnSide Nevada City, *Tickets must be used for a performance 2/28, 3/1, 3/2 or 3/3.

22 replies
  1. Jenny Wells
    Jenny Wells says:

    Love it! Have friends in this production and can’t wait to see it! I introduced them to Shakespeare and am thrilled they have “taken it on”. My favorite play at this point are “Much Ado About Nothing”. I would love to win! But will going this weekend none-the-less. Break a leg, Sierra Stages!

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  2. Ann Hobbs
    Ann Hobbs says:

    Thank you so much for offering!!!!! Sure miss Foothill’s Shakespeare’s productions. My favorites were out at the fairgrounds.

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  3. Scott Hopper
    Scott Hopper says:

    This giveaway sounds like a great promotion to attract an out-of-town customer who presumably would also stay at the Outside Inn. Thank you for spreading the word as to all that Nevada county has to offer.

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  4. Katrina Schneider
    Katrina Schneider says:

    Midsummer Night’s Dream is for sure one of the very top! Also loved Much Ado About Nothing.
    I used to drive regularly to Ashland by myself to see the plays in the summer in my 20s — i’d sleep in my car!! I hope my kids don’t do the things i did!! But wow, i saw a lot of plays 20 years ago!!

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  5. Kim Sagebiel
    Kim Sagebiel says:

    I love them all and can’t choose a favorite (that’s like having to choose between chocolate and wine)…but I always love a Midsummer adventure, a tempest, or a sullen Dane.

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