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Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s FREE Shakespeare in the Park Returns with TWELFTH NIGHT Night, an All-New Park Production

CSC_Twelfth Night logoThe tour of nearly 40 parks in the tri-state area starts in mid-July and runs all summer long!
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Cincinnati, May 17,  2022 – Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s FREE Shakespeare in the Park tour returns this summer, running from July 15 through September 4 with over 40 performances of FREE Shakespeare in parks across the tri-state area, including Cincinnati, Fairfield, Glendale, Lebanon, Madeira, Mason, Oxford, Portsmouth, Springfield, and West Chester in Ohio; Covington and Erlanger in Kentucky; and Lawrenceburg and Richmond in Indiana – and more!

This year will be mark the start of CSC selecting a brand new Shakespeare title and production each summer with even more production value behind it!  This summer the show will be Shakespeare’s beloved comedy “Twelfth Night”.  Audiences can expect an announcement each spring about the new title and production and look forward to seeing more of Shakespeare’s canon over the years in Cincinnati.

Shipwrecks, love triangles, and mistaken identities abound in this lively rom-com on an island where everyone is in love with someone – and the wrong person loves them back.  Bursting with vitality and romance, “Twelfth Night” features one of Shakespeare’s most dynamic heroines, Viola, matching wits with a host of captivating characters. As Shakespeare comedies go, “Twelfth Night” is one of the greats; a fun and funny celebration that embraces the silliness of love and is perfect for the whole family!

CSC’s Associate Artistic Director and mainstage fan favorite, Crystian Wiltshire, returns to a directorial role, describing the show as a play about self-discovery. “So many characters are fighting to overcome their obstacles through impersonations, hijinks, and ultimately, not being who they are,” Wiltshire describes. “It’s not until the end of this wild roller coaster ride of a play that everyone consents to be who they want to be and we can sing ourselves home.” Passionate about the evolution of this beloved CSC educational program, Wiltshire says that this new production re-imagines the FREE Shakespeare in the Park experience. “It’s fun, funny, and full of love and laughs. The costumes will feel fresh with a modern nautical look, perfect for a summer time romance on the coast of Illyria.”

What is FREE Shakespeare in the Park?

Launched in 2007, CSC’s FREE Shakespeare in the Park tour is one of the nation’s largest summer Shakespeare offerings, both in geographic area covered and audience members served. As the only professional outdoor theatre opportunity in the Cincinnati region each summer, CSC’s free Shakespeare in the Park tour attracts more than 10,000 patrons to 50 area parks anywhere within a two-hour radius of Cincinnati. CSC’s FREE Shakespeare in the Park Tour enhances the vibrancy of neighborhoods throughout the region by creating traveling arts programs that increase the affordability, availability, and accessibility of the arts outside the downtown core. The park tour is an annual tradition—the closest audiences can get to what it might have been like to watch Shakespeare’s plays as they were first performed at the open-air theaters in Southhampton—and the heart of CSC’s mission to bring Shakespeare to life FOR ALL.

Over the past two summers, the goal FREE Shakespeare in the Park was to restart live theater in a safe way, taking all necessary COVID precautions, in order to fill a deep social need in our community – the need to feel connected to art and each other. CSC used the pandemic as a catalyst to creatively adapt its FREE Shakespeare in the Park Tour, presenting Cincinnati’s only live theatre in the city in 2020 and 2021, visiting over 50 parks and neighborhoods across the tri-state. From public parks to parking lots, backyards to breweries, CSC’s FREE Shakespeare in the Park was a beacon of hope and possibility in a challenging time.  CSC is thrilled to continue the FREE Shakespeare in the Park tour in 2022 with a production that is bigger and better than ever!

How can I support FREE Shakespeare in the Park?

FREE Shakespeare in the Park is made possible through the generous support of companies, foundations, and donors throughout the tri-state and beyond. If you would like to make a gift in support of the program, please visit cincyshakes.com/event/park-fund/ or call 513.381.2273 x 3208.

All donors to our Shakespeare in the Park Fund between May 1 and August 31 will be entered in a drawing to win two free subscriptions to Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s 2022-2023 Mainstage Season. We also have a variety of fun Shakespeare in the Park themed thank you gifts in exchange for your donations!

  • A Gift of $12 (in honor of “Twelfth Night”) – Vinyl Sticker
  • A Gift of $38 (in honor of Shakespeare’s 38 play canon) – Bumper Magnet
  • A Gift of $100 – Water Bottle

Donors who join our Monthly Giving Circle between May 1 and August 31 and will be entered in a drawing to win an exclusive Behind the Scenes Package for a mainstage show of your choice during the 2022-2023 Season.

  • Monthly Gift of $10 or One-Time Gift of $120 – Insulated Tote Bag
  • Monthly Gift of $25 or One-Time Gift of $300 – Personal Portable Fan
  • Monthly Gift of $100 or One-Time Gift of $1,200 – Roll-up Picnic Blanket

Thank you gifts will be fulfilled beginning July 15, 2022.

The 2022 FREE Shakespeare in the Park Tour is generously sponsored by Western & Southern Financial Group and was financially assisted by the Ohio Valley Foundation, Fifth Third Bank, Agent.

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company also sends special thanks to our Operating and Season Support Partners: The Otto M. Budig Family Foundation; The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile Jr. Foundation; Debby and Jim Mason; The Ohio Arts Council, The Robert and Adele Schiff Family Foundation; The Shubert Foundation; Lightborne, and the tens of thousands of people who give generously to the ArtsWave Community Campaign.

Admission to Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s Shakespeare in the Park Tour is free and there is no ticket or RSVP required.  All performances are open to all and are general admission, open seating.  Arriving early is typically recommended for best seating and lawn chairs and blankets are recommended.  For questions regarding inclement weather or for details and rules regarding outside food and drink (including or excluding alcohol), please contact the individual parks and venues.

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About Cincinnati Shakespeare Company:

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is a professional theatre company dedicated to bringing Shakespeare and the classics to life for all.  In the summer of 2017, the theater relocated to the Otto M. Budig Theater, a brand new facility in OTR. CSC’s repertoire is composed of the works of William Shakespeare, literary adaptations, and contemporary classics.  CSC performs on a Small Professional Theatre contract with the Actors’ Equity Association. Cincinnati Shakespeare is a member of the Theater Communications Group and the Shakespeare Theatre Association.  Each year, Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s Education and Outreach Programs reach more than 50,000 young people and community members each season by taking Shakespeare into schools, parks, community centers and by hosting educational matinees of mainstage productions.  In 2015, CSC was proud to become one of the first five theaters in the United States to “Complete the Canon” by producing all 38 plays by William Shakespeare. CSC is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, and all donations are tax-deductible.  Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is proud to be Cincinnati’s stage for the classics!

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s 2021-2022 Grand Re-Opening Season is generously presented by The Otto M. Budig Family Foundation and the Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile Jr. Foundation; along with our Education Season Sponsor, Debby and Jim Mason Honoring James R. Bridgeland, Jr; and our Operating Support Partners, The Ohio Arts Council, The Robert and Adele Schiff Family Foundation, The National Endowment for the Arts with Arts Midwest, The Shubert Foundation, Lightborne, and the tens of thousands of people who give generously to the ArtsWave Community Campaign.

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PRIDE AND PREJUDICE Returns

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Sara Mackie as Mrs. Bennet and her daughters in Cincinnati Shakespeare’s 2020 production. Photo by Mikki Schaffner Photography

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is thrilled to announce the return of PRIDE AND PREJUDICE by Kate Hamill, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen- the most popular show in CSC history! 

After a heartbreaking early closure in 2020, CSC is thrilled to conclude this Grand Re-Opening Season with this production of PRIDE AND PREJUDICE 

Cincinnati, May 5, 2022 – Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is proud to bring back its most popular show in CSC history: Pride and Prejudice by Kate Hamill, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen. After closing the show early in the run in March 2020 to the COVID-19 pandemic, CSC and theatre-goers across the tri-state area have waited with bated breath for the play’s return. The time has finally arrived! Pride and Prejudice is directed by Sara Clark and features many CSC Resident Ensemble favorites like Courtney Lucien in the role of the iconic Lizzy Bennet and Jared Joplin as the dashing –and dubious- Mr. Darcy. With 5 of the 8 person cast playing multiple roles, CSC will showcase gender-fluid doubling that will give old words new life in this classic romance.

One of the single most cherished stories of all time returns to the CSC stage in a fresh and funky new adaptation which critics are calling “delightfully different,” “fizzy and festive,” and “unlike any adaptation of Jane Austen one has seen before.” Sweepingly romantic, with a good dose of the tongue-in-cheek, Pride and Prejudice follows the love stories of the Bennet sisters, as they find that the path to true love can lead to the most unexpected of places.

In 2020, this production was beloved by critics and audiences alike with the League of Cincinnati Theatres saying “There was no fear…in this lively adaptation [of Pride and Prejudice]”…Director Sara Clark “amps up the humor to 11″…”you won’t be bored”…this production “takes risks”… and “Jane [Austen] would approve”.  An ArtsWave reviewer said “the audience’s enthusiasm was palpable”…Pride and Prejudice is “electrifying”…”an absolute blast”…the “cast of this production deserves endless praise”…and [everyone] “will find something to love in this new take.” And Rick Pender’s Theater Stage & Scenes said “Pride and Prejudice is “great fun”…”comic perfection”…the actors “evoked gales of laughter”…and “If you’re seeking a ‘fizzy and festive’ night of theater, this is the show for you.”

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s is proud to feature the work of women in this production of Pride and Prejudice. This production of a female playwright’s adaptation of one of the most influential female author’s novels of all time includes: a female director, 50% of the cast is female identifying, and the cherry on top of this girl power powerhouse, 80% of the production designers are women as well. In a note by Director Sara Clark, she says “virtually all the stage adaptations [of Pride and Prejudice are] written by men.” She continues saying “Kate Hamill’s adaptation retells the story by this proto-feminist author… [and] highlights what is often missed by Hollywood treatments of Austen novels: how FUNNY Jane Austen was and how keen her satire of the society in which she lived…[and that] Hamill has taken the original novel and made the comedy, the social commentary, and the romance more in line with our modern sensibility.”

Kate Hamill’s Pride and Prejudice first appeared on stage in the summer of 2017 at Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival in New York. During the 2018-2019 theater season, her adaptation of Pride and Prejudice was one of the 10 most-produced plays nationally and was nominated for the Off-Broadway Alliance Award- Best Unique Theatrical Experience. Her play has been praised by critics nationally. The Wall Street Journal wrote that Pride and Prejudice is “the stuff hits are made of”…“completely and delightfully different”…and “adapted with fizzy, festive freedom.”

The creative team of the original production is thrilled to return to CSC, transforming the Otto M. Budig Theater stage into a stunning Regency-era masterpiece yet again. Designers include Shannon Moore (Scenic Design), Clara Jean Kelly (Costume Design), visiting Sound Designer Kevin Semancik, as well as visiting and debut Lighting Designer Nina Agelvis. Kara Eble Trusty (Properties Design) and Rachel Perin (Choreography) are delighted to return to their respective roles.

In 2020, Pride and Prejudice was first production in the Otto M. Budig Theater to be presented in the round and this 2022 production will return to the round! This is a form of theatrical staging in which the acting area, which may be raised or at floor level, is completely surrounded by the audience. There will be a circular stage center with audience members on all sides. And the stage will be on a turntable allowing the actors to act to all audience members while the stage rotates.  This also adds to the comedic lightheartedness and enhances the playfulness of the production for the audience who will experience the production all around them- include in special STAGE GALLERY seating, up on the stage!

Pride and Prejudice runs May 20—June 19. The show’s opening, Friday, May 20, boasts the Benefit Performance Gala, Revel and Regency, to celebrate CSC’s Grand Re-Opening Season. Tickets run at $250. Learn more about Revel and Regency by visiting https://cincyshakes.com/event/revel-2022/.

Performances on Pride and Prejudice are on Wednesday, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 7:30 PM, Sundays at 2:00 PM, and Saturday, June 18 at 2:00 PM (Also ASL Interpreted on June 18). Tickets are on sale now. Preview performances are on Wednesday, May 18 and Thursday, May 19, with tickets at $45 or $25 for YPs. There are discounts available for students, seniors, local residents, and community partners as access to all is important to CSC. Each performance night has a limited number of $14 “Access” tickets in the Upper Gallery and Stage Gallery.  These can be purchased in advance by going online or calling the Box Office.  And starting 1 hour before each performance, any unreserved tickets may be available as a discounted Rush Ticket to anyone, not just students. These tickets are only $12 and could be located anywhere in the house depending on that evening’s availability. These cannot be reserved more than 1 hour before a show and must be purchased in person in the Box Office. Visa, Discover, MasterCard, and American Express are accepted. Ticketing fees apply.  To purchase tickets or for more information, call the CSC Box Office at 513.381.BARD (2273) ext. 1, or go online at www.cincyshakes.com.

Audience members are no longer required to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test to attend performances at Cincinnati Shakespeare Company. The wearing of masks will be encouraged but optional. Please reach out to the Box Office by email or phone at (513) 381-2273 for assistance.

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is located at The Otto M. Budig Theater at 1195 Elm Street in OTR, adjacent to Washington Park.  Many parking spaces are available on the street and in nearby lots and garages- for more information, visit http://www.otrchamber.com/pages/WheretoPark.

CSC also offers Valet Parking for every performance! Make reservations for $20 in advance when purchasing tickets or visit www.cincyshakes.com/parking. Purchasing in advance guarantees a spot.  Valet is available right at the corner of 12th and Elm Street in front of the theater and begins approx. 1.5 hours before a performance. Cars can be picked up for up to one hour following a performance. (After one hour, you will need to arrange pick up with the valet service directly.) After purchasing, the valet will have your name on the list— it’s that easy!

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s 2021-2022 Grand Re-Opening Season is generously presented by The Otto M. Budig Family Foundation and the Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile Jr. Foundation; along with our Education Season Sponsor, Debby and Jim Mason Honoring James R. Bridgeland, Jr; and our Operating Support Partners, The Ohio Arts Council, The Robert and Adele Schiff Family Foundation, The National Endowment for the Arts with Arts Midwest, The Shubert Foundation, Lightborne, and the tens of thousands of people who give generously to the ArtsWave Community Campaign. CSC is also grateful for Show Ensemble Sponsor Frost Brown Todd, Show Design Sponsors Taft Law and Bartlett Wealth Management, and Opening Night Sponsors Glenn and Cass Plott and Graeter’s.

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About Cincinnati Shakespeare Company:
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is a professional theatre company dedicated to bringing Shakespeare and the classics to life for all.  In the summer of 2017, the theater relocated to the Otto M. Budig Theater, a brand new facility in OTR. CSC’s repertoire is composed of the works of William Shakespeare, literary adaptations, and contemporary classics.  CSC performs on a Small Professional Theatre contract with the Actors’ Equity Association. Cincinnati Shakespeare is a member of the Theater Communications Group and the Shakespeare Theatre Association.  Each year, Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s Education and Outreach Programs reach more than 50,000 young people and community members each season by taking Shakespeare into schools, parks, community centers and by hosting educational matinees of mainstage productions.  In 2015, CSC was proud to become one of the first five theaters in the United States to “Complete the Canon” by producing all 38 plays by William Shakespeare. CSC is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, and all donations are tax-deductible.  Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is proud to be Cincinnati’s stage for the classics!

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PRIDE AND PREJUDICE Runs May 20-June 19

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Caitlin McWethy as Elizabeth & Courtney Lucien as Jane in PRIDE AND PREJUDICE. Photo by Mikki Schaffner Photography.

PRIDE AND PREJUDICE
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company
May 20-June 19
[Over-the-Rhine]

One of the single most cherished stories of all time returns to the CSC stage in a fresh and funky new adaptation which critics are calling “delightfully different,” “fizzy and festive,” and “unlike any adaptation of Jane Austen one has seen before.” Sweepingly romantic, with a good dose of the tongue-in-cheek, Pride and Prejudice follows the love stories of the Bennet sisters, as they find that the path to true love can lead to the most unexpected of places.

  • In preview Wed-Thu, May 18-19 at 7:30pm
  • Fri, May 20  Revel & Regency Gala Fundraiser
  • Sat, May 21 at 7:30pm
  • Wed-Sat, May 25-28 at 7:30pm
  • Sun, May 29 at 2pm
  • Wed-Sat, June 1-4 at 7:30pm
  • Sun, June 5 at 2pm
  • Wed-Sat, June 8-11 at 7:30pm
  • Sun, June 12 at 2pm
  • Thu-Fri, June 16-17 at 7:30pm
  • Sat, June 18 at 2pm* & 7:30pm
  • Sun, June 19 at 2pm
    *ASL interpreted performance

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Cincinnati Shakespeare Company Presents the Shakespeare’s Slapstick Play THE COMEDY OF ERRORS with a Golden Age Las Vegas Twist

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Crystian Wiltshire as Antiphous of Syracuse, Justin McCombs as Dromio of Syracuse, Charles Gidney as Antip holus of Ephesus, and Cary Davenport as Dromio of Ephesus. Photo by Mikki Schaffner.

In CSC’s production of Shakespeare’s screwball comedy, the “City of Lost Wages” becomes the city of lost brothers and diamond rings 

Cincinnati, April 6, 2022 – Cincinnati Shakespeare Company continues its 2021-2022 Season at The Otto M. Budig Theater with Comedy of Errors. Jeremy Dubin directs this production, featuring a cast of 14 with CSC returning favorites Justin McCombs as Dromio of Syracuse, Cary Davenport as Dromio of Ephesus, Crystian Wiltshire as Antipholus of Syracuse, and the debut of Charles Gidney, who plays Wiltshire’s twin, Antipholus of Ephesus. The design of this show is generously sponsored by Messer Construction, Judge Mark and Sue Ann Painter, and Pete and Ginger Strange.

What do you get when you mix love triangles, a jealous wife, a vindictive mistress, a deranged doctor, and not one but TWO sets of identical twins separated at birth? Well, it can only be The Comedy of Errors. Shakespeare’s silliest, screwiest, and slapstickiest comedy returns to the CSC stage, this time with a Sin City twist. Inspired by golden era Las Vegas, this music-filled production will be packed with cool cats, rat packs, showgirls, wise guys, and more!  So place your bets, roll the dice, and check it out, but remember- what happeneth in the theater, stayeth in the theater.

One of CSC’s most acclaimed actors and directors, Jeremy Dubin, returns to the director’s chair, ready to channel the screwball energy of American slapstick comedies. As Dubin describes, think of Roadrunner and other iconic, silly classics. Jeremy has directed CSC’s smash hit holiday comedy “Every Christmas Story Ever Told” for over a decade and is sure to bring the laughs to this production!

American Sign Museum has partnered with CSC, contributing original Golden Era signs to the flashy, maximalist aesthetic designed by co-lighting designers Justen N. Locke and Robert Carlton Stimmel and scenic designer Samantha Reno. Located less than ten minutes from Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is a true national gem. The American Sign Museum promotes sign preservation and restoration by displaying nearly 100 years of signage. ASM preserves and protects American history and pays homage to the artistry and craftsmanship of days gone by. Audiences will see dozens of operating authentic, vintage neon sets installed on the set!

Comedy of Errors runs April 8 – April 30, 2022, with performances on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 7:30 PM and Sundays at 2:00 PM. Preview performances are on April 6 and 7, with YP Preview Night on April 6. Tickets are on sale now. There are discounts available for students, seniors, local residents, and community partners as access to all is important to CSC. Each performance night has a limited number of $14 “Access” tickets in the Upper Gallery.  These can be purchased in advance by going online or calling the Box Office.  And starting 1 hour before each performance, any unreserved tickets may be available as a discounted Rush Ticket to anyone, not just students. These tickets are only $12 and could be located anywhere in the house depending on that evening’s availability. These cannot be reserved more than 1 hour before a show and must be purchased in person in the Box Office. Visa, Discover, MasterCard, and American Express are accepted. Ticketing fees apply.  To purchase tickets or for more information, call the CSC Box Office at 513.381.BARD (2273) ext. 1, or go online at www.cincyshakes.com.

As of April 1st, audience members will no longer be required to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test to attend performances at Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, and the wearing of masks will be encouraged, but optional.

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is located at The Otto M. Budig Theater at 1195 Elm Street in OTR, adjacent to Washington Park.  Many parking spaces are available on the street and in nearby lots and garages- for more information, visit http://www.otrchamber.com/pages/WheretoPark.

CSC also offers Valet Parking for every performance! Make reservations in advance when purchasing tickets or visit www.cincyshakes.com/parking. Purchasing in advance guarantees a spot.  Valet is available right at the corner of 12th and Elm Street in front of the theater and begins approx. 1.5 hours before a performance. Cars can be picked up for up to one hour following a performance.

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About Cincinnati Shakespeare Company:
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is a professional theatre company dedicated to bringing Shakespeare and the classics to life for all.  In the summer of 2017, the theater relocated to the Otto M. Budig Theater, a brand new facility in OTR. CSC’s repertoire is composed of the works of William Shakespeare, literary adaptations, and contemporary classics.  CSC performs on a Small Professional Theatre contract with the Actors’ Equity Association. Cincinnati Shakespeare is a member of the Theater Communications Group and the Shakespeare Theatre Association.  Each year, Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s Education and Outreach Programs reach more than 50,000 young people and community members each season by taking Shakespeare into schools, parks, community centers and by hosting educational matinees of mainstage productions.  In 2015, CSC was proud to become one of the first five theaters in the United States to “Complete the Canon” by producing all 38 plays by William Shakespeare. CSC is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, and all donations are tax-deductible.  Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is proud to be Cincinnati’s stage for the classics!

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s 2021-2022 Grand Re-Opening Season is generously presented by The Otto M. Budig Family Foundation and the Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile Jr. Foundation; along with our Education Season Sponsor, Debby and Jim Mason Honoring James R. Bridgeland, Jr; and our Operating Support Partners, The Ohio Arts Council, The Robert and Adele Schiff Family Foundation, The National Endowment for the Arts with Arts Midwest, The Shubert Foundation, Lightborne, and the tens of thousands of people who give generously to the ArtsWave Community Campaign.

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THE COMEDY OF ERRORS Runs April 8-30

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Cincinnati Shakespeare Company
April 8-30
[Over-the-Rhine]

What do you get when you mix love triangles, a jealous wife, a vindictive mistress, a deranged doctor, and not one, but TWO sets of identical twins separated at birth? Well, it can only be The Comedy of Errors. Shakespeare’s silliest, screwiest, and slapstickiest comedy returns to the CSC stage, this time with a Sin City twist. Inspired by golden era Las Vegas, this music filled production will be packed with cool cats, rat packs, showgirls, wise guys, and more!  So place your bets, roll the dice, and check it out, but remember- what happeneth in the theater, stayeth in the theater.

  • In preview Wed-Thu, April 6-7 at 7:30pm
  • Fri-Sat, April 8-9 at 7:30pm
  • Thu-Sat, April 14-16 at 7:30pm
  • Sun, April 17 at 2pm
  • Thu-Sat, April 21-23 at 7:30pm
  • Sun, April 24 at 2pm
  • Thu-Fri, April 28-29 at 7:30pm
  • Sat, April 30 at 2pm* & 7:30pm
    *ASL interpreted

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