BROOKLYN, NY — There’s only a judicious amount of character flying in Julie Taymor’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream,
the first production to be staged in the compact but versatile Polonsky Shakespeare Center, which opened here last fall, and, as Taymor wryly noted in an interview in The New York Times
, the odds of production snags arising from hastily updated scripts were even less remote. Even so, the production, with set design by Es Devlin, had its own unique challenges and complexities. WorldStage provided a video assist.