Comedy, romance, and a touch of magic.
He has directed performances for the Israeli Opera before and never fails to wow audiences. This time around, Ido Ricklin is back to direct Benjamin Britten’s take on a Shakespearean classic. A Midsummer Night’s Dream invites audiences into an enchanted forest and the lives of four lovers, royalty, some fairies, and quite literally, an ass. Laugh, cry, and cry from laughter in the original rom-com as it ventures on a slightly different path and finds itself in a Hollywood studio in the 1930s.