(Lenox, MA) – Shakespeare & Company is pleased to announce a new Riotous Youth scholarship in memory of Chris Swaffar. Riotous Youth is an imaginative and playful summer theatre program for students age 7-18, introducing students to the language, story, characters, and ideas in Shakespeare’s plays. The Chris Swaffar Memorial Scholarship provides full tuition for one child. Students can be recommended for the Scholarship by…
This family show has fights and duels, mistaken identities, recurring jokes and improvised dialogue with a contemporary ring that everyone can enjoy, says reporter Macey Levin.
“Night. Cold. A bus stop in Kingston, NY. A woman waits. A boy walks up.” Will Hamish Linklater’s play be on tap for 2016? This reading could decide its fate.
Using some of the most beautiful and heart-breaking language in all of Shakespeare, Prince Hal takes on the crown, rallies his exhausted troops and sets forth to repair his post-civil war nation.
Reprised for December 5–December 28, 2014, here’s the Burns and Murray review of the same production in 2013.
Playing from December 5-28, It’s a Wonderful Life: The Radio Play is a reprise of last years winning play.
A fun entertainment for the whole family, Servant of Two Masters is a comical blend of classic Commedia dell’arte and contemporary performance style