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When Mortals Dream at Night in the Summer

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It’s the summer solstice and the king and queen of the fairies are quarrelling in a forest. Queen Titania has stolen a favored serving boy of King Oberon. Or, maybe it is the impending nuptials of the mortal king Theseus and queen Hippolyta that have sparked the fairies’ jealousies. When you’ve been a couple for as long as Oberon and Titania, every little injury just piles on top of another.

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This entry was posted on July 25, 2017 by in Theater Collection and tagged , , .

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