If you’re a fan of Shakespeare, then this is going to be a good weekend for you. On Saturday (August 22, 2015), BrooklynONE Productions will be putting up two showings (2:00pm and 6:30pm) of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. There will be a refreshment stand, but you’re on your own for a blanket.
More events for the rest of August are below:
The middle-grade (The Wild Ones) and YA (Proxy) author visits the Bay Ridge library.
Sinister 2 and American Ultra open today at the neighborhood movie theater.
The Bay Ridge Branch Friends Group offers bargains at a book sale. (Though the website listed the date as August 15, a trip to the library on that date revealed a handwritten sign that indicated the Book Sale was August 22.)
Anthony Marino and brooklynONE productions produce A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Overlook in Owl’s Head Park. Refreshments will be sold at both the 2pm matinee and 6:30pm performances. Bring your own blanket.
In case you missed Nathan Lane’s last Broadway appearance, the local library will screen a prerecorded performance of Douglas Carter Beane’s play.
The Canny Brother’s are part of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade-themed concert from the Marty Golden series.
We Are Your Friends and Regression open today at the neighborhood movie theater.
The Narrows Community Youth Theatre tackles this songfest based on the works of Theodor Geisel. Also shows on the 29th and 30th.