Langley's Middle School fall play, "A Midsummer Night's Dream," runs Thursday, November 14 – Saturday, November 16 at 6:30 p.m. in the school's Sherman Arts Center.
Ticket & Seating Information
Purchasing Tickets Online: Tickets are $10 per person. Visit http://www.ticketpeak.com/langley to purchase your tickets now. Select the performance and choose your specific seats. After you fill out your personal and credit card information, you will be prompted to print your tickets. You will also be e-mailed a confirmation of your purchase with the link to print your tickets. You must print and bring your tickets with you to the performance in order to be admitted. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about purchasing tickets online.
Purchasing Tickets at the Door: Due to the popularity of Langley's performances, we highly recommend you purchase tickets online in advance. If available, remaining tickets will be sold for $10 each at the box office in the Sherman Arts Center Café for cash payments only beginning 30 minutes prior to show time.
If tickets are sold out online, we recommend coming to the box office in the Sherman Arts Center Café starting at 6:00 p.m. on the night of the show, as we will have a wait list. Please note:
-You must show up in person to put your name on the wait list (no phone calls or e-mails).
-You may miss the first part of the show.
-We will do our best to seat you with the rest of your party, but we cannot guarantee it.
-We will accept cash payments only at the box office.
-Due to fire code regulations, no one may sit on the floor.
Seating: All seating in Langley's Sherman Arts Center auditorium is reserved. You will select your specific row and seat number at the time of your ticket purchase. Doors to the auditorium will open 30 minutes prior to show time. If you purchased your tickets online in advance, you must print them out and bring them with you in order to be admitted to the show.
About the Show
More than 50 students in grades 6-8 will present Shakespeare's classic tale of mischievous fairies, magic, comedy, and romance set in the Athenian woods. Langley's show features Shakespeare's original text adapted into a 60-minute play in a modern setting, with our student actors using expressive voices and movements to make the play accessible to all ages.
As with all of Langley's Middle School productions, this show is student-run, with students working on props, makeup, hair, and costumes, assisting with sound and lighting, handling backstage operations, acting on stage, or playing in the pit orchestra. In addition, Middle Schoolers in the Behind the Scenes elective are helping design the play's unique set.