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Theatre Department Presents Shakespeare's "The Winter's Tale

October 29, 2009
October 29, 2009

The Theatre Department will present Shakespeare's rarely performed work The Winter's Tale in the Rinker Playhouse of the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts. Performances will be held 7:30 p.m.

Pierre Tannous and Lauren Governanti play King Leontes and daughter Perdita in Shakespeare's rarely performed romance The Winter's Tale.
Thursday - Saturday and 2 p.m. Saturday, November 12 - 14. Tickets are $15 general admission; $10 seniors 65+; $5 students with I.D. For tickets, contact the Kravis Center Box Office at 800-572-8471.

In this fanciful tale for the Winter season, Shakespeare draws us through unpathed waters and undreamed shores into marvelous adventures that include a shipwreck, a ravenous bear and a lost princess. He leaves us with the possibility of redemption, but only after faith has been fully tested. The result is a magical meditation on the nature of true love. This rarely performed play is directed by Robert Homer-Drummond, professor of theatre.

Robert Homer-Drummond received his bachelor of communications from Wheaton College and his masters of fine arts in acting from the University of Louisville. He has studied Lecoq movement technique, Linklater voice technique, and participated in workshop studies with Actors Theatre of Louisville.

Information on other upcoming theatre, music and dance performances can be found online or by calling TicketCentral at 561-803-2970.

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