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Upcoming: Austin Shakespeare's 2012-2013 Season Print E-mail


Austin Shakespeare TX





announces its 2012 - 2013 seasonBollywood Twelfth Night Austin Shakespeare

 

In three locations with four productions the professional Austin Shakespeare company will bring audiences comedy and romance with Noel Coward's Design for Living and Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice at the Rollins Theater, plus teens in Shakespeare’s beautiful story of parents and their youngsters Romeo and Juliet at the Curtain Theater.

 


Noel Coward’s

Design for Living

November 7 – 25, 2012

at the Long Center’s Rollins Theater. From one of the world’s most popular wits, a provocative story of three friends who engage in a complicated, comic, and loving, relationship.

Jane Austen’s

Pride and Prejudice

February 6 – 24, 2013

at the Long Center’s Rollins Theater. A new adaptation of one of literature’s most beloved romances involving the proud Mr. Darcy and the clever Elizabeth Bennett. Features extensive 19th century ballroom dance. The new version by Joseph Hanreddy and J.R. Sullivan has been enormously successful at regional theaters around the U.S. recently especially at Oregon Shakespeare.

Shakespeare’s

The Winter’s Tale

May 1-26, 2013

FREE Shakespeare in the Park at the Zilker Hillside Theatre. A dark romance fueled by the war between jealousy and joy, set in Latin America, staged with tango choreographed by Monica Caivano of Esquina Tango and culminating at Carnaval in Rio.

Young Shakespeare’s

Romeo and Juliet

June 20-30, 2013

at Richard Garriott’s replica of Shakespeare’s Curtain Theater off City Park Rd. (FM 2222 & Loop 360). Our fifth year with a new company of teen actors who competitively audition for this production directed and designed by professionals. Teen actors for this 6-week intensive program are selected through open auditions.


ABOUT AUSTIN SHAKESPEARE:
Founded in 1984 and the only professional classical theater company in Central Texas, Austin Shakespeare presents professional theatre of the highest quality with an emphasis on the plays of William Shakespeare, bringing to the public performances that are fresh, bold, imaginative, thought-provoking, and eminently accessible, connecting the truths of the past with the challenges and possibilities of today. Austin Shakespeare’s ongoing “Shakespeare Aloud” reading group and “Artist’s Way” sessions invite new participates weekly. Austin Shakespeare’s education program 20/20 sends professional actors into the schools to encourage love of language.  Austin Shakespeare is a proud member of the Austin Creative Alliance.

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duke of milan
written by alex, June 03, 2013
Not clear on Romeo and Juliet, are there going to be performances? If so, what might the schedule/ticket prices be? Thank you.

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