Miriam Pultro’s “Midsummer” Love

To film or not to film, that is the question. Recent years have shown that the talented bard William Shakespeare is a well-liked commodity in film, and actress and writer Miriam Pultro finds the answers to the popular verse while filming her modernized adaptation of William Shakespeare’s adored play, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” in Midsummer.

The unique and bright spin on Shakespeare’s play adapted by Miriam Pultro is smart, humorous and clever. “We’ve changed the setting, not just the era,” Pultro says. “A lot of adaptations play with the era for the sake of freshness or art direction, but I don’t often see the time period reinterpreting the action. The story plays out as usual [and] changing the setting for Midsummer puts a really different spin on the entire story.”

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