Celts return to stage

Creativity and practicality were both considerations when Tom Cavanaugh picked A Midsummer Night's Dream for students to end the year.

“I was looking for something that we could let the kids put as much of their own creativity into. One of the awesome things about Shakespeare is that we have the freedom to make it whatever we want it to be,” Cavanaugh, director of the theatre program, said.

The play . . .

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