MN Ballet – A Midsummer Night’s Dream | NEW DATES A message from the Minnesota Ballet: Dear Patrons and Friends, To help protect the health and safety of Minnesota Ballet’s patrons, employees, volunteers, and students, we have made the difficult decision to postpone all programming through the 30th of March. This follows with the recommendation by Minnesota Governor Tim Walz to limit gatherings of groups of more than 250 people. This affects both our Black & White Ball, and our performances of A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the DECC Symphony Hall, which will both be re-scheduled at a later date. For those patrons who have already purchased tickets to either event: Hang on to your tickets. You’ll be able to use them at their rescheduled dates. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we navigate these unprecedented circumstances. Keeping you, our audience, our employees, students, and volunteers safe is of utmost importance to Minnesota Ballet. We continue to evaluate the situation daily and are in regular contact with health professionals, city and state officials, and other performing arts companies. We will keep you updated as circumstances evolve. Now more than ever in these uncertain times, when our traditional revenue streams like ticket sales and fundraiser events cannot be accessed, we need the public’s help. Please consider donating any amount to Minnesota Ballet so we can continue to bring you the world-class productions and educational programming we have proudly brought to you since 1965. Information about how to donate can be found on our website: www.minnesotaballet.org/support/individual. Thank you for trusting Minnesota Ballet. Sincerely, Kelli Latuska, Executive Director and Karl von Rabenau, Artistic Director Fall under the spell of a moonlit evening in Elizabethan England, filled with star-crossed lovers and delightful comic characters. From the classic mischief-maker Puck to the beautiful fairy Tatania under a love spell gone wrong, it’s Shakespeare’s finest comedy told in dance and mime. Times: Friday & Saturday – 7PM Sunday – 3PM Ticket Prices: Adults – $23-$48 Students (13+ with valid ID) – $18-$38 Children (12 and under) – $16-$33 Purchase tickets at the DECC Ticket Office, by phone at 800-745-3000 or at ticketmaster.com.