By William Shakespeare
Directed by Mark H.
A country riven by polarization. Fears of an authoritarian power grab. A resistance pushing its ideals to an extreme action. Shakespeare’s masterful study of power and the effects of political turmoil turned to civil war seems ripped from today’s headlines. University Theatre presents a vibrant, exciting vision of a timeless story that feels all too modern.
The cast features Evan Blesener, Zoe Bockhorst, Clay Crepps, Mitchell Flannery, Allison Garfield, Jasmine Kiah, Annalyse Lapajenko, Luke McVeigh, Ethan Nimmer, Jakob Paquette, Rachel Parkinson, Abi Piepke, Jared Paullin, Fiona Quinn, Caitlin Rowe, Joe Schwartz, Emilie Springsteen, Cobi Tappa, Tia Vasen, John Wang, Valentino Wolf, Emma Wondra, and Sam Wood under the direction of Department of Theatre and Drama faculty member Mark H. Scenic design is by Keith Pitts, costume design by Shannon Heibler, lighting design by Tom Littrell, and sound design by Isabel Coff.
Produced by University Theatre (UW-Madison) at U.W. Mitchell Theatre, 821 University Ave, Madison
Performances: February 27 - March 8, 2020
Thursday-Saturday 7:30 Pm, Sunday 2:00 PM
Ticket Prices: $25 Adult, $20 Senior/UW Faculty and Staff, $15 UW Students, $10 Child K-12
Call 608-265-2787 for reservations or more information.