Mar 26 2017
Professor Bradac will discuss “Actors, Audience and the First Folio!" In 1623, seven years after Shakespeare’s death, members of his acting company compiled and published 36 of his plays into what is known as the First Folio. It is the closest document we have to what Shakespeare actually wrote and examines how the plays may have been spoken by his company. An essential tool for actors examining a character, the First Folio is a treasure trove of information for player and reader alike! For more information about Professor Bradac, click on his name above. For free reservations, click below.
Mar 31 - Apr 09 2017
(Old Time Radio Style) An hour-long version of Shakespeare’s romantic comedy…”where two raging fires meet together, they do consume the thing that feeds their fury.” He’s looking for wealth, she’s looking for a fight. Who knew they’d find love in their worst nightmares?
Apr 15 2017
Author, Poet, and UCLA Professor Robert Watson The Romeo and Juliet Nobody Knows Everyone knows this story: the implacable feud between the Montague and Capulet families dooms their offspring – a pair of young lovers – to tragic ends. But a clue in the original texts that has remained erased for centuries offers a glimpse of a happier ending. Combining old-fashioned textual research with new-fangled computer data-mining not only shows that Shakespeare’s artistry was even more brilliantly intricate than has been understood, but also explains why, during the 400 years since Shakespeare’s death, that artistry has led nearly every editor and director of this play astray at a crucial moment. Robert Watson will reveal all!
Apr 30 2017
Kimberly Huth, PhD, Assistant Professor, English Department, California State University Dominguez Hills. Thinking and Feeling with Shakespeare. Shakespeare’s plays ask us to engage intellectually and emotionally with the characters on stage, experiences that involve our bodies as well as our minds. This discussion will explore how Shakespeare represents the processes of thinking and feeling, the often-overwhelming effects of passion, and the value of emotion for ourselves and our social lives.
May 26 - Jun 17 2017
Brutus, a man of conscience, influenced by the paranoia and ambitions of lesser men, is persuaded to murder his friend and popular leader, Julius Caesar. Caesar’s protégé, the charismatic athlete and budding politician, Marc Antony, strikes back. The People are easily led, first one way, then another. War follows. Caesar’s Ghost appears, bringing the action to a climax. A political thriller, performed in period costumes, with fully-staged battle scenes, lots of spectacle, and action!
FLEX PASS CARD
The ultimate in flexibility and convenience. This ‘open’ pass is redeemable for 10 tickets to the Richard Goad Theatre. Attend 10 individual performances throughout the season (Jan-Dec 2017), or bring a companion to five performances, or use your pass for one or two family nights out…it is good for any combination amounting to ten tickets. It's up to you! Just call the Theatre at least 48 hours in advance of the performance you would like to attend to reserve your seats. Price: $100
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