The Reviews Are In!

The reviews are in for A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Come out and see this splendid and magical production that critics and audiences alike are praising.

Caroline Crocker (Titania) embraces Adam Altman (Bottom). [Photo credit: Alexandra Orgera]


Howard Shapiro from the Philadelphia Inquirer calls it a “spirited telling” by an “able cast,” where, with an assist from Mother Nature, “life not only imitates art, it complements it.”

Read the Inquirer review here.


Debra Miller from Stage Magazine says “director David Stradley’s bewitching vision…creates magic”

Read the Stage Magazine review here.


Charles “Ebbie” Alfree III from Delaware Arts Info blog writes, “The skillful performers, the beautiful setting, the eloquent text, the flowing choreography by the First State Ballet Theatre’s Alex Bucker, and the romantic score written by David Amado (Music Director of the Delaware Symphony Orchestra) make A Midsummer Night’s Dream a splendid production for all to experience.”

Read the Delaware Arts Info review here.