True love is hard work.
You finally get away from your uptight Athenian parents, only to stumble into a spooky/dreamy forest, where meddling fairies and nutty actors are running around loose. That’s the story line of Shakespeare’s beloved “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” of course, and Seattle Shakespeare Company takes it and runs (in a theatrical sense) across the roomy Intiman Playhouse stage. Through Nov. 13. Read a review here.
(Photo of Reginald Andre Jackson and Amy Thone by John Ulman)