The elevator doors open, only to reveal a pair of curtains. You open the curtains and push through. A kind old lady asks you for your ticket. Your eyes widen…you don’t have a…oh wait, what’s that in your pocket? It’s a ticket! You hand it to the lady. She hands you a playbill.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream, it reads.
A contemporary novel about a girl whose high school production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream leads her to new friends—and maybe even new love.
The day of the last party of the summer, Claudia overhears a conversation she wasn’t supposed to. Now on the wrong side of one of the meanest girls in school, Claudia doesn’t know what to expect when the two are paired up to write a paper—let alone when they’re both forced to try out for the school production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
But mandatory participation has its upsides—namely, an unexpected friendship, a boy band obsession, and a guy with the best dimpled smile Claudia’s ever seen. As Claudia’s world starts to expand, she finds that maybe there are some things worth sticking her neck out for.