Playwright Jory Levine's mordant affection for the Bard and all things theater -- as well as his searing indictment of current affairs -- is evident in A Bard's Day's Night ('s Dream). The play lampoons and honors the Shakespearean canon all at once, deftly doing so in the bard's very own milieu of iambic pentameter. The plot is a mèlange of Hamlet and Midsummer... but quickly digresses and addresses the entire folio. Characters' names and motives are amalgamated as everyone tries to fulfill their agenda despite not being in "their" play anymore. Hilarity and relevancy ensues. Performances run Thursday - Saturday at 8:00 pm; Sat & Sun at 2:00pm until September 17th and then go Wed. - Sat. at 8:00pm; Sat & Sun at 2:00pm.