Shakespeare in the Woods 2017
This year's performances of Much Ado About Nothing are set for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday starting July 21 and closing August 6. Performances will begin at 6:30PM in Webster's Woods Art Park.
February 22: Port Angeles Fine Arts Center (1203 E Lauridsen Blvd, Port Angeles WA)
February 25: Campfire Clubhouse (619 East 4th Street, Port Angeles WA)
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2016 Production: The Tempest
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About The Tempest:
A great storm shipwrecks the King of Naples, the Duke of Milan, and all their cronies on a strange and menacing island. Safe, but each grieving the loss of those who were separated, the castaways are unaware that powerful magic is behind their troubles, and a powerful wizard is bent on revenge.
Prospero, sorcerer and rightful Duke of Milan, was banished by his brother and marooned on the island when his daughter was an infant. He is determined to right the wrongs he suffered, and restore the birthright of his daughter, now grown into a beautiful young lady.
Aided by the magical inhabitants of the island, Prospero leads his victims through miserable and enormously entertaining misadventures. But can he foil a plot against his own life, and learn the gift of empathy after so many years of bitterness and rage?
2015 Production: A Midsummer Night's Dream
About A Midsummer Night's Dream:
Written in the mid-1590s, A Midsummer Night’s Dream is one of Shakespeare’s most delightful creations. He draws from Greek mythology with many references to Greek gods and goddesses. A Midsummer Night's Dream explores the nature of romantic love. Its conclusion? The pursuit of love has the capacity to make us irrational and foolish. This play is the product of Shakespeare’s imagination and we get a front-row seat to experience all the different ways each character perceives reality and love.
Enjoying Your Experience
*No glass containers or outside alcohol will be permitted.