The Baltimore Shakespeare Factory continues its season of “Misguided Men” with the Bard’s comedies
Love’s Labour’s Lost &
The Taming Of The Shrew
WHEN: July 20-August 24
- The Meadow at Evergreen Museum & Library, Johns Hopkins University, 4545 N. Charles St. Baltimore; * Evergreen Museum & Library grounds open 2 hours prior for picnics
WHEN: Love’s Labour’s Lost 7/20-22, 7/27-29, 8/5; Taming of the Shrew 8/3, 8/10-12, 8/17-19, Thursday, Friday, & Saturday Performances at 7:30 PM, Sunday Matinees at 2:00 PM; *PreShow Activities begin 30 minutes prior to Curtain
- Marathon in The Meadow (See both fantastic productions in a single day!)
WHEN: Saturday, August 4: Taming of The Shrew at 2 PM / Love’s Labour’s Lost at 7:30 PM
- OR enjoy your Shakespeare in the Climate Controlled Great Hall Theatre, St. Mary’s Outreach Center – 3900 Roland Ave., Baltimore
WHEN: Love’s Labour’s Lost 7/13-15; Taming Of The Shrew 8/2, 8/24
Special events and Tour Stops:
- Thursday, 7/19 LLL 7:30 PM: Open Dress Rehearsal The Meadow
- Saturday 8/25 TS TBA Carroll County Touring date – Location TBD
- Sunday 8/26 TS 2 PM Wyman Park Tudor Arms Ave. & W. 37th St. Baltimore, MD
TICKETS: $20/Adult $15/Senior & Student Grade 6+ FREE/Student Grade 5 & Under; *$5 discount tickets for Students, Seniors, and artists; Free for guests of Evergreen Museum & Library’s “Summer Evening at Evergreen” open house from 5–7 PM. E-mail email@example.com or call 410.596.5036 to reserve discount tickets. ($5 off per ticket). You will receive confirmation of your reservation and instructions on ticket payment & pickup!
Package deals featuring discount tickets, prepared picnics, and beer and wine vouchers available. E-mail or call for more information. For visitor information about Evergreen Museum & Library, go to www.museums.jhu.edu.
Performances feature the “Adoptable Pets Onstage” program (in conjunction with the Baltimore Humane Society) and tastings of wines by Boordy and beer by Flying Dog.
Love’s Labour’s Lost is directed by Baltimore Shakespeare Factory’s Artistic Director, Tom Delise. Delise promises “crackling dialogue that goes off like firecrackers” and a “plethora of bawdy humor” in this play about four lords who swear off love only to meet their match in four feisty ladies. The language of this fast paced script is the real star, and it is brought to life by Ensemble Members: Jessica Behar, Kerry Brady, Barbara Madison Hauck, Rick Lyon-Vaiden, Jenn Mikulski, Joel Ottenheimer, Chris Ryder, Jim Stimson, Ann Turiano, and Katheryn Zoerb (Company Members) WITH Chris Cotterman, Dominic Gladden and Brian Hanson.
Taming Of The Shrew is directed by Baltimore Shakespeare Factory’s Managing Director, Kelly Dowling. “The unique feature of our production is the use of the Prologue,” says Dowling. “Most people are not even aware it exists, and it puts the events of the play in a completely different light. What if I were to tell you that there is NO real Petruchio and Kate in the world of our play?” The cast will be bringing plenty of male/female conflict, fast paced dialogue, and slapstick humor in this entertaining interpretation. Ensemble Members include: Jessica Behar, Rick Lyon-Vaiden, Frank Mancino, Joel Ottenheimer, Chris Ryder, and Ann Turiano (Company Members) WITH Diane Appel, Lisa Bryan, Daniel Douek, Hannah Fogler, Alanna Mensing and Claudio Silva
Baltimore Shakespeare Factory maintains 501(c)3 not-for-profit status as a member fund of The Community Foundation of Carroll County, an organization that provides administrative support to charities providing services to Carroll County residents.
Visit BSF online at http://theshakespearefactory.com for a complete list of venues and additional information.