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A Midsummer Nights Dream
May 11 @ 7:30 May 13 @ 7:30 May 16 @ 7:30 May 20 @ 2:00 May 21 @ 8:00
directed by Charlie Sexton
In the mysterious, moonlit world of the woodland fairies, passions run amok and mischievous reversals rule the night for four young lovers. This most fiery of Shakespeares romantic comedies was the first play produced by the Walden Theatre Conservatory, and the plays director, Artistic Director Charlie Sexton, appeared as Peter Quince in that first production.
May 12 @ 7:30 May 14 @ 2:00 May 18 @ 7:30 May 20 @ 7:30 May 21 @ 4:00
directed by Jennifer Pennington
After his brothers death, King Johns claim to the throne proves tenuous and his attempts to grasp it tighter lead to chaos at home and abroad. This infrequently produced play features everything one can ask of a Shakespeare historytheft, excommunication, adultery, civil war, shifting allegiances, and assassination.
May 13 @ 12:30 May 14 @ 7:30 May 17 @ 7:30 May 19 @ 7:30 May 21 @ 12:30
directed by Heather Burns
The king has reached a pivotal moment in his lifeand a turning point in the history of Englandas the devotion of both his trusted advisor and his loyal first wife wears thin. This rarely performed history (originally titled All Is True) from the final years of Shakespeares career plays out the struggle Henry VIII faced as he sought to secure a future for his lineage and for his proud kingdom.
Evening show tickets are $15 adult and $10 student/senior and matinee show tickets are $10 adult and $8 student/senior. House opens 30 minutes before curtain and seating is general admission. Parking is on-street (parallel, no meters) or in the lot behind the building. For info or reservations, call 502.589.0084 or email email@example.com. All CTC students are entitled to a comp ticket to a performance of each show.
May 11 Midsummer @ 7:30 May 12 King John @ 7:30 May 13 Henry VIII @ 12:30pm / Midsummer @ 7:30 May 14 King John @ 2pm / Henry VIII @ 7:30 May 15 (dark) May 16 Midsummer @ 7:30 May 17 Henry VIII @ 7:30 May 18 King John @ 7:30 May 19 Henry VIII @ 7:30 May 20 Midsummer @ 2pm / King John @ 7:30 May 21 Henry VIII @ 12:30 / King John @ 4:00 / Midsummer @ 8:00