Mailing address: 883 NE 90th Ave Portland OR, 97220 971-238-FUSE (3873) a 501c3 public benefit organization performing experiential work

A Midsummer Night's Somnambulism

Photos from Somnambulism 2013 now posted to gallery

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Photograpy by Russell J Young

Find us on facebook to learn more about the ensemble and see photos of last year's production!

Get a camping party together, pack the car, and buy a ticket to reserve your spot in Fuse's second annual Somnambulism -

Two days of fully experiential theatre.

This show is BYOC:

About the show...

Theseus just can't wait to marry the Amazonian Queen and his captive bride, Hippolyta. But before the wedding, he's got some constituents to deal with...

Demetria and Helena were childhood sweethearts, but Demetria has decided to straighten out her act to go after Hermio with the support of the wealthy, conservative Egeus, who just can't stand the idea of having a queer for a son. Will the authorities be any help, now that DoMA has been overturned? The Fairy King and Queen have their own issues to work out, and Pucks have a way of only making matters worse...

Rediscover your favorite characters in a well-loved corner of the Mt Hood National Forest, Bagby Hot Springs, outside Estacada, OR, where we'll meet the players, learn about local wildlife, and follow lovers into the woods. Just be careful not to step on any endangered species. You never know how they'll react...

Shakespeare's verse comes alive out of doors! in the second annual production of A Midsummer Night's Somnambulism. The mile-and-a-half hike is made easy with periodic vistas along the way, finishing with an uphill climb that'll help you appreciate your luxurious soaks in the hot springs. You'll have a chance to mingle with kindred spirits, enjoying food, fire, music, and theatre, and the party doesn't end after bedtime! The show lasts until noon on Sunday the 25th.

Join the wedding registry (ok, just get your ticket) to receive your invitation from Philostrate, Master of Revels.


Is there potable water on site?

For your convenience, it is recommended that you pack enough vessels to hold water for all members of your camping party - about 1 gallon per day, per person.

There is a potable well a few miles down the road from Bagby, at Kingfischer campground, which you'll pass on your way in.

How far are we camping from our cars?

One car is permitted to park at each campsite, so depending on the size and arrival times of your camping party, you will either have your vehicle at your campsite or a short walk away, in the parking lot.

How do I get there?

Carpool! Driving directions to Bagby Hot Springs can be found here.

We encourage our guests to minimize our carbon footprint and maximize space on site by filling each vehicle. Find us on facebook to connect with fellow audience members.

Do I have to reserve a campsite?

No: Your ticket purchase includes the price of a campsite and your hot tub soaking fee. You will be directed to your site upon arrival.

Got more questions?

Contact Philostrate, Master of Revels, at

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