Thursday, April 29, 2010

Spend a Glorious Day in Saratoga at the Ballet, July 8

Linda Gold and AAUW present a Midsummer Day's Trip

A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Thursday, July 8, 2010

Midsummer Night’s Dream is a delightful full-length ballet by George Ballanchine with music composed by Felix Mendelssohn. Based on William Shakespeare’s magical comedy about the romantic adventures and misadventures, quarreling and reuniting, between a set of human lovers and the Queen and King of the Fairies, this enchanting production brings to life Shakespeare's tale of merry romance, mischievous make-believe and mistaken identity. With luscious sets and costumes and a cast of over 100 dancers and students from the School of American Ballet, this classic story of a fairy kingdom and the humans that enter it, is simply not to be missed.

We always have a full bus for our Saratoga trip, so sign up early to insure a spot.

The bus departs from the front of the Monticello Government Center on North Street at 8am and from the back of the former Ames, Kingston Plaza at 9am. We return to Kingston at approximately 7pm and Monticello at approximately 8pm.

We have reserved excellent seats for the New York City Ballet at Saratoga for a matinee performance of the complete Midsummer Night’s Dream. The cost of $120 includes luxury coach, all gratuities, mimosas with breakfast en route, an hour to explore the charming town of Saratoga, elegant buffet lunch at the “Hall of Springs” restaurant, excellent seats for the performance, and a box dinner with a selection of fine wines on the return trip.

Make your check payable to AAUW (American Association of University Women) and mail it to: Linda Gold, 1 Jacobs Lane, New Paltz, NY 12561. For further information call Linda at 845-255-5256 or email Specify “art tours” in the space for “subject” so that your message is not deleted.
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