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The bard is back: Shakespeare in the Park returns Friday to Fall City

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Fall City Arts presents another summer of Shakespeare in the Park, starting this Friday, July 12. "A Midsummer Nights Dream" starts at 7 p.m. at Fall City Park, Neal Road, Fall City.

There's something for everyone cavorting in the enchanted forest of Athens - fairies, elves, sprites, star crossed lovers, madcap schemes, and magic love potions.... oh, and a guy who gets turned into a donkey.

Grab your family, your friends and a picnic and come enjoy an evening of Shakespeare, presented by the Seattle-based outdoor theater company, Greenstage. Click here for a list of all of Greenstage's regional productions.

Greenstage has been presenting outdoor theater around the greater Puget Sound region for over twenty years.

Fall City Arts is grateful for this ongoing partnership, which relies on funding from Friends of the Fall City Library, in bringing this popular event to the community for several summers in a row. Fall City Arts is an open organization and invites new members. Fall City Arts meets monthly on the second Wednesday of the month at Sno Valley Alliance Church on Fish Hatchery Road. To learn more, call Jill at 425-999-9702 or Sharlet at 206-595-9875.

Visit the group at or find them on Facebook.


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