Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Featured in scenes as some of Shakespeare's famous and infamous couples are: Henry Cooper, Jeffrey Ellis, Madeliene Harlan, Ashlee Holm, Ray Jenness, Alison Landoni, David McCaleb, Nick Neyeloff, Dominic Parry, Tom Rash, Annegret Reimer, Donald Roby, Jessie Sorrells, Carl Thomsen, and Daria Whittaker.
There will be a reception with refreshments and door prizes after each performance.
Saturday, January 25, 2014
Romance, Courtship, Sex, Marriage, and Other Catastrophes
February 14 & 15 @ 8 PM February 16 @ 3 PM
Reception to follow with refreshments & prizes
Tickets: $15, general; $10 student; $5, youth under 19 available at the door or reserve at email@example.com or 978-309-9669
Spiran Hall, Broadway and School St., Rockport
Scenes of love: generous, jealous, giving, possessive, innocent, calculating, nurturing, destructive, blind, hopeful, doomed, etc., with some of Shakespeare's famous and infamous couples playing out the many variations of this simple four letter word. Come join us for Cape Ann Shakespeare Troupe's celebration of Valentine's Day.
Thursday, January 9, 2014
First read-through of "Shakespeare On Love", CAST's Valentine's production to be performed February 14, 15, 16 at Spiran Hall, Rockport.
L>R: Alison Landoni, David McCaleb, Henry Cooper
Sunday, January 5, 2014
CAST's sixth season will continue with "Shakespeare On Love", a program of scenes featuring some of the plays' most famous and infamous couples, to celebrate Valentine's Day. Performances are February 14, 15, & 16 at Spiran Hall, Broadway and School Street, Rockport.
Scenes have been selected from "The Tempest", "Much Ado About Nothing", "The Winter's Tale", "Troilus and Cressida", "Twelfth Night", and "Macbeth". Also included is "Muse of Fire" by Joseph Stiliano, a short comedy based on Shakespeare's purported relationship with the supposed dark lady of the sonnets. The title is taken from the prologue to "Henry V", the content of the piece from conjecture, supposition and a few facts. The play was read last summer as part of a ten-minute play festival, organized and guided by M. Lynda Robinson for the Gloucester Writers' Center.
In April, CAST will be celebrating the 450th with its annual tribute and birthday party with traditional English cake and pastries. More to come about that.
We will soon be casting our May production, "The Merry Wives of Windsor" featuring Ray Jenness reprising the role of Falstaff, the rollicking, boisterous knight errant brought back by Shakespeare, supposedly at the request of Queen Elizabeth I. Anyone wishing to be considered for a role, should contact director Joseph Stiliano at firstname.lastname@example.org .