Amarillo College Conservatory Theatre


Directed by Jayme McBride

Everyone knows that love is complicated, but this is just absurd. 

Egeus finds a perfect husband for his daughter, Hermia, but Hermia loves someone else. This is a classic story, right? 

Until Egeus insists that Hermia marry the man he found, or he will invoke an ancient Athenian Law that says fathers can put their daughters to death for disobeying them  - or WORSE - he could force her to become a nun! 

Hermia and her boyfriend, Lysander, are extremely mature and know just what to do...they run away to elope, into the closest forest to them!

Egeus goes to Demetrius, the man he wanted Hermia to marry, and implores him to find his daughter. Demetrius has no idea where to begin, until his ex-girlfriend Helena comes along with some helpful advice about her best friend Hermia's whereabouts. Demetrius goes into the woods to find Hermia, and Helena follows her ex-boyfriend because she's super mature too, and knows that following a man around wherever he goes always ends in marriage. 

But wouldn't you know it? The forest turns out to be enchanted, and filled with fairies that serve a fairy King and Queen, and a mischievous shape-shifting court jester...

What will become of Hermia, Lysander, Demetrius, and Helena? 

Find out in March...


Performance dates for A Midsummer Night's Dream will be:

Friday, March 2nd / 7:30 p.m.

Saturday, March 3rd / 7:30 p.m.

Sunday, March 4th / 2:30 p.m.

All performances are scheduled to take place at the historic Ordway Hall on the corner of 22nd Street and Washington Avenue. 

All tickets are $12. 

To make reservations, please e-mail  You can also reach us by calling (806) 371 - 5909 or by going to our Contact page.

Payment will be taken at the window when tickets are picked up in person. 

Shows that the Conservatory have produced in the past are archived here: