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1. TSC Takes ‘The Tempest’ Outdoors -

William Shakespeare bids a fond farewell to the stage in Tennessee Shakespeare Co.’s next production, “The Tempest.”

2. TSC Brings ‘Something Wicked’ to Park -

The Tennessee Shakespeare Co.’s season opens with an exploration of the human psyche amid war and supernatural intervention.

3. TSC Brews Up Magical New Season -

By the pricking of Dan McCleary’s thumbs, something wicked this way comes. The artistic director of Tennessee Shakespeare Co. announced that the upcoming 2011-2012 season will feature two Shakespearian blockbusters themed on the magic.

4. TSC Launches Season with ‘Othello’ -

Most theater companies open their seasons with large-production musicals or plays with a lot of laughs, but this season Tennessee Shakespeare Co. chose to start off with a thinker.

5. Tennessee Shakespeare Co. Returns With Performance of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ -

A young professional theater company that burst onto the Memphis arts scene last year returns to open its second season with dreams and blessings.

“‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ is a play about blessing,” said Dan McCleary, founder and artistic director of the Tennessee Shakespeare Co., referring to the company’s latest show that will kick off Wednesday. “Shakespeare wrote it as a blessing for a marriage in Queen Elizabeth’s court. So we’re finding all the blessings inside the text. There is a lot of incantation and magic in it.”