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From the Variety review of Dream at the Globe 2016

“Television turned Technicolor. Dylan went electric. Now, the Kneehigh theater company’s Emma Rice (“Brief Encounter”) has taken over the leadership of Shakespeare’s Globe, and “cultural shift” doesn’t begin to cover it. Her opener is a raucous, slutty, modern-dress “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” that makes the case for more mischief in the woods. Sumptuously designed, lit up like a rave and shot through with Indian infusions, it’s a show that leaves you smiling throughout.”