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MADC present 'A Midsummer Nights' Dream'
By MaltaMedia News
Jul 12, 2007 - 9:04:27 AM

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This year the MADC is taking Shakespeare back to the Opera House in Valletta for the first time since World War II.  

'A Midsummer Nights' Dream', which is part of the Malta Arts Festival organised by the Malta Council for Culture and the Arts, will take place on the 25 th, 27th, 28th and 29th July.  

This production is being directed by Chris Gatt and co-directed by Denise Mulholland. The set is being designed by installation artist Pierre Portelli and costumes are being constructed by Lilliana Portelli and Pierre Stafrace. The production also boasts original music by musician and composer Alex Vella Gregory which will be performed live by the Zizza Ensemble. Choreography is by Emma Loftus.  

The cast includes Edward Mercieca, Pia Zammit, Manuel Cauchi, Isabella Attard, Jean Marc Agius Cafà, Faye Paris, Matthew Gatt, Nerissa Pace, Coryse Borg, Alan Montanaro, Paula Fleri-Soler, Wesley Ellul, David Ellul Mercer, Lino Mallia and Martin Azzopardi.  

Tickets for 'A Midsummer Nights' Dream' may be purchased from Agenda, Exotique, Newskiosk and Bookends. Apart from the usual seats, there will also be a 'standing up' section, with tickets at only Lm 2, which will allow people to actually be in the thick of the action. 

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  Jul 12, 2007 - 11:32:14 AM CET