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Love's Labour's Lost
Henry V
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Shakespeare in the World
Shakespeare at 450
Past Performances
Directed by David O'Connor
Previews: AUGUST 1-2, 2012
AUGUST 3 - 19, 2012
Wednesday - Saturday at 7pm; Sunday at 3pm
This is one of Shakespeare’s last plays, and he gives us a whirlwind romantic fairytale. But it’s not just romance. It plunges us into a world of political machinations, misogyny, thwarted love, jealous wagers, and princes lost at birth. Add an evil queen, a slick politician, and a headless corpse, and we are on a rollercoaster journey. Shakespeare brought to this play all the wisdom and tricks he learned over the course of three breathless decades on the London stage. It is sweet, sad, hilarious, wise, always relevant and always contemporary.
 *** Sunday Matinees are now at 3pm***
Free (Maximum of 4 per person per day)
Available only at Box Office location for the day of the performance at the following times:
Wednesday-Saturday 4-7pm
Sunday 12-3pm
Tickets not available via phone or internet. Subject to availability.
Only Bard Card Members may make reservations for advance performances. Please call the Box Office at 215-496-8001.
**In the event of a sold out performance: Any tickets not presented to House Manager for entry 5 minutes prior to start time will be released and redistributed. Space is very limited and your cooperation is appreciated.**