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The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 23.172 Friday, 27 April 2012
From: Hardy Cook <editor@shaksper,net>
Date: April 25, 2012 4:42:44 PM EDT
Subject: CSC’s Most Romantic Summer
Chesapeake Shakespeare Company
It’s another fun-filled, romantic summer of classics! This year, we’re producing what may be Shakespeare's most famous play—Romeo and Juliet. The production will combine a Renaissance world with modern performance poetry to create a unique theatrical experience, directed by CSC’s Jenny Leopold. In addition, CSC offers a sparkling version of Jane Austen's witty and beloved romance, Pride and Prejudice directed by international theatre artist Isabelle Anderson. Tickets are on sale now, and remember, kids 18 and under are admitted free when accompanied by an adult.
THE SUMMER OPENS JUNE 8TH!
Come see your favorite or come see both (two show package is only $54). Bring your kids on family-friendly Sundays or bring a date for a romantic evening on Fun Formal Fridays or come on any day for a great evening of outdoor theater from Maryland’s leading classics theater.
Chesapeake Shakespeare Company-in-the-Ruins is not your typical theater experience. We promise NEVER to tell you not to unwrap your candies during the show! Instead, we think of your experience at the Ruins as a theater party. You can rent an intimate table for two or reserve a whole picnic table for a big group—as long as you make it fun.
People from all over the Baltimore-Washington region along with northern Virginians and southern Pennsylvanians are making Chesapeake Shakespeare in the Ruins a yearly tradition. We hope you will too!
Romeo and Juliet
Pride & Prejudice
June 8 - July 29, 2012
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m.
Sundays at 6 p.m.
Group Tickets: 410-313-8661
All ticket service fees are included in price
Extended version dates to come
Poetry Out Loud Weekend June 15-18
Jane Austen Weekend June 22-24
Performances held outdoors at the
Patapsco Female Institute Historic Park
overlooking Historic Ellicott City