Wednesday, November 1, 2017

STILL 3 MORE WEEKENDS TO CATCH “THE SEA VOYAGE” @ BALTIMORE SHAKESPEARE FACTORY

What?! You missed the first weekend of The Sea Voyage? Well, Fate has smiled upon you, for our voyage continues for three more weekends!

DC Metro Theater Arts calls The Sea Voyage "pure comedic gold, brimming with love, passion, and intrigue" and a "raucous ride full of hilarity and hijinks." Won't you join us?

WHEN: October 27 - November 19, 2017; Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00pm
Sundays at 4:00pm. Pre-show entertainment begins 30 minutes before showtime

WHERE:
Great Hall Theater at St. Mary's Community Center, 3900 Roland Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21211
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Free Pre-Show Lecture

Saturday, November 4 at 7:00pm: Join us for a special pre-show lecture by director Ann Turiano, who will discuss stylistic differences between Fletcher and Shakespeare, various real-life sources that inspired The Sea Voyage, and acting styles she and the cast explored to bring the show to life.


Next Bard to the Bone Society Meeting

Join us on November 9 for a discussion with Ann Turiano, Marshall Garrett, and Tom Delise about our current production, The Sea Voyage by John Fletcher and Philip Massinger. Who were these playwrights and how does this play compare to Shakespeare's works? No familiarity with our current production or the play necessary!

Society meetings are free, open to ALL, and take place from 7:00pm-9:00pm at St. Mary's Community Center. Wine and cheese (and other snacks and beverages) provided.

RSVPs to marshall@baltimoreshakespearefactory.org are appreciated for planning purposes, but not required! Feel free to drop in and enjoy meeting with fellow friends of the theater!


All BSF productions are presented using the staging conditions of Shakespeare's day. We bring these classic works to life in a way that is fresh and accessible to modern audiences without compromising the original language. The result is a fun, engaging, and fast-paced show that celebrates the artistry of Shakespeare's language.Production photos by Will Kirk.