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LIMITED TIME TO SAVE 50% ON TICKETS @ OLNEY THEATRE CENTER: BUY BY JANUARY 16
These 2 plays are terrific for your teenager to see. One they read in high school. Both are about young people facing great conflicts. Take them!
New York's critically acclaimed BEDLAM THEATRE brings to life two classic works in performances you don't want to miss!
Playing in rotating repertory from September 7 - October 27 in our Mulitz-Gudelsky Theatre Lab , seating is already limited for Saint Joan and Hamlet!
LIMITED TIME OFFER!
From now until Wednesday, January 16, enter the code BED50 when you purchase tickets online here or mention the code when you call the Box Office and receive 50% off tickets — and get the best seats before word spreads about these amazing shows!*
“RAW, VITAL, INTENSE THEATRE... not to be missed.” —The Providence Journal
Prince Hamlet is depressed. Having been summoned home to Denmark to attend his father’s funeral, he is shocked to find his mother already remarried — to his father’s brother, Claudius. Worse still, Claudius has had himself crowned King despite the fact that Hamlet is heir to the throne. No wonder Hamlet suspects foul play. BEDLAM brings their unique performance style to Shakespeare’s greatest play — arguably the greatest play in the English language.
“An UNFORGETTABLE show…THE MOST EXCITING George Bernard Shaw revival I’ve ever seen, BAR NONE.” —Terry Teachout, The Wall Street Journal
Considered by many to be Shaw’s greatest play, Saint Joan played a major role in Shaw being awarded the 1925 Nobel Prize. Joan of Arc was canonized by the Catholic Church in 1920—over four centuries after her death. Shaw’s great play opened just three years later!
In this stripped down, boldly theatrical, critically acclaimed new production by one of America’s most innovative theatre companies, we meet the Joan of Arc that Shaw believed in: not a saint, a witch, or a madwoman, but a French farm girl who is anything but simple—an illiterate intellectual, a true genius whose focus on the individual rocked the Church and State to their core.