“Unspoken: Shakespeare’s Personae in Peril” at Hollywood Fringe

Get your tickets today for Blaire Baron Larsen’s original script, which was plucked from 150 applicants for the 2017 Hollywood Fringe Festival Scholarship Award, “for its themes of social marginalization, literacy preservation, and the play’s homage to the life of a stage actor,” says the playwright. “Our multi-cultural cast ranges from actors, ages 12 to 60, and you don’t often see that range onstage.”

Featuring performances by Larsen (AKA Miss Blaire), LADC teaching artists Will Gressman and Kila Packett, and LADC student Players Nadia Trinidad and Michael Goodman, Unspoken was originally conceived for Shakespeare Youth Festival LA, Fall 2015. Also featured in this production are Keith Barber, Ida Darvish, Brian Graves, Juliette Jeffers, Rochelle Leffler, and Brandon Nagle.

The play, directed by award-winning theatre veteran Matthew Singletary, features various minor Shakespearean “characters” held inexplicably in an Actor’s Greenroom until the discovery that they could be permanently cut unless their relevance is justified at a Tribunal. “It’s a bittersweet comedy, whose noteworthy theme embraces all marginalized people and groups having to claim their right to exist in a rapidly intolerant society,” affirms Singletary.

Performances
Saturday, June 3 @ 4 pm
Friday, June 9 @ 9 pm
Sunday, June 11 @ 7 pm
Saturday, June 17 @ 5:30 pm

Tickets are $12 and available by visiting online at www.hollywoodfringe.org/projects/4559. All performances will be at the Underground Theatre 1314 Wilton Avenue, Hollywood, CA 90028.

Summer with LADC – Register!

We are happy to announce that registration is open for Summer with LADC 2017 – a fantastic way to introduce kids to Shakespeare! Each session meets from 9 to 3, Monday through Friday, and culminates with a recital, sharing the work with parents, friends and the community. We believe that every child who is drawn to this work should be able to participate, so we offer a variety of scholarships. Please do not hesitate to apply!

Summer with LADC

Please fill out the form below to register for Summer with LADC 2017.

We believe that every child who is drawn to this work should be able to participate, so we offer a variety of scholarships – click here for the application form and guidelines. Please do not hesitate to apply!

Shakespeare Youth Festival 2017 – A Season of Revenge

The Box Office is open for Shakespeare Youth Festival LA 2017: A Season of Revenge. Purchase your tickets today for Titus Andronicus, Merchant of Venice and Hamlet.

Titus Andronicus

Saturday, April 22 & 29 at 1 pm
Sunday, April 23 & 30 at 5 pm

Merchant of Venice

Saturday, April 22 & 29 at 5 pm
Sunday, April 23 & 30 at 1 pm

Hamlet

Yorick Cast:
Aidan Lapp – Hamlet
Julia Eschenasy – Gertrude
Caroline Ellis  – Polonius
Arianna Mah-Candelaria – Laertes

Hecuba Cast:
Liam Larsen – Hamlet
Milan Levy – Gertrude
Jesse Waldman  – Polonius
Hazel Sepenuk – Laertes

All Performances:
Chris Venegas – Claudius
Sonny Moskowitz – Horatio
Jalen Tennyson – Ophelia
Juliette Millar – Marcellus/First Player/Osric
Vivian Wolfson – Rosencrantz
Samara Rice – Guildenstern

Friday, May 5 at 7:30 pm – Yorick
Saturday, May 6 at 3 pm – Hecuba
Sunday, May 7 at 4 pm – Yorick

Friday, May 12 at 7:30 pm – Hecuba
Saturday, May 13 at 3 pm – Yorick
Sunday, May 14 at 4 pm – Hecuba

 

 

 

Shakespeare Intensive

Week One – June 19 to 23 
Week Two – July 10 to 14
Fais Do Do – 5253 W. Adams Blvd

Students will spend their days discovering Shakespeare through the best tools and techniques theater has to offer. The LADC technique begins with the improvisational work of Viola Spolin and Agosto Boal, and expands on that to include a variety of physical and vocal disciplines – with the ultimate purpose always to invoke the creative spirit that exists in every child.

During the Summer Intensive, our Players will work on a variety of scenes and sonnets, discover the world of Shakespeare’s Elizabethan England, learn about costume and set design, and enjoy visits from Los Angeles theater professionals.

For 3rd through 9th grade (Fall 2017)

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Summer 2016

This was our most extensive summer season, and we served almost double the number of kids as we had previously. Due to construction at the Lyric, all sessions were held at Fais Do Do, enabling us to achieve something we’d wanted for a long time – the union of our two troupes.

Our second Young Playwrights Festival was a huge success. A company of actors, including LA professionals and several of our teens, performed twelve world premieres.

Our first of three Shakespeare Intensives explored and expanded on the phrase, “Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown.”

The second Shakespeare Intensive focused on Conflict – discovering famous adversaries like Mistress Quickly and Falstaff, Mercutio and Tybalt, Ajax and Thersites, and more.

Our older students went “Beyond Shakespeare,” exploring playwrights like Moliere, Kyd, Suzan-Lori Parks, Federico García Lorca and Arthur Miller.

In Knighthood and Chivalry, our Knights learned Renaissance dances, stage combat, and created Orders committed to making positive change in the world.

We closed with the last Intensive – Shakespeare and the Greeks – where we explored mythology used in Shakespeare’s plays, and performed not only Shakespeare scenes, but an original piece based on the words of the Greek philosopher Epicurus.

 

SYFLA – Spring 2016

We opened with The Winter’s Tale, performed by our older students. The production traveled from a chilly Sicily, with characters dressed in white and gold, to a riotously colorful Bohemia.

At Fais Do Do, the season opened with Comedy of Errors. Two identical twins and their two servants (also identical twins) are separated in a ship-wreck. When, years later, they all show up in the same town, mistaken identities abound.

Back at the Lyric, we performed The Tempest (our third production!) In this production, our “Prospera” was female, adding interesting nuances to her relationship with Miranda, and with the Neapolitans who usurped her throne. We also gave Sycorax, Caliban’s mother, a voice, and she haunted the island with her laments and plotting.

We closed with Pericles at Fais Do Do. Performed primarily in the round, with all the costume changes taking place in full view of the audience, the Players cplayed multiple roles, and created storms at sea, a joust, and multiple shipwrecks

 

SYFLA – Fall 2015

Fall 2015 saw the premiere of our second original script – and the second entry in Blaire Baron Larsen’s Spoken trilogy. Unspoken: Shakespeare’s Personae in Peril placed several of Shakespeare’s smaller, often cut characters in a mythical Green Room, pestering their harried Stage Manager to learn whether they would be going on in any of the hundreds of Shakespeare productions happening across the world. Frequently interrupted by an angry Lady Macbeth, they discover that there are plans afoot to cut them permanently, as the works of Shakespeare are deemed too long and too complex for modern audiences. Unspoken speaks out against this attitude, and reiterates the importance and the magic of Shakespeare and live theater.

At Fais Do Do, our Shakespeare in the City Players presented Midsummer Night’s Dream. As the Runaways left the repressive Court, they found themselves in a 1960s “flower child” paradise, where tie-dye clad fairies made mischief, and the Rude Mechanicals rehearsed.

Ten-Minute Play Fest

June 26 – 30
Location – Sacred Fools Theater (1076 Lillian Way, Los Angeles, CA 90038)

THE PLAYS THE THING! WRITE/DIRECT YOUR TEN MINUTE PLAY
The program consists of rigorous, exciting storytelling and playwriting sessions throughout the day, creating short plays out of improvisations with prompts, autobiographical moments, and stories the group creates together. We will also discuss the art, craft and business of playwriting.

The playwrights will work with an ensemble of actors made up of professional actors, and LADC actors, who will perform the plays at the end of the week.

Grade 7 and up (Fall 2017)

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Beyond Shakespeare

July 17 to July 21
Location TBD (Hollywood)

Back by popular demand, our directors’ exceptional training is brought into this week – guests will come to teach various acting and movement techniques such as Spolin Games, Agosto Boal’s Theatre of the Oppressed for Social Justice, Kristin Linklater’s Free the Voice, Ann Bogarts VIEWPOINTS, Sanford Meisner, Actor’s Studio, and Laban Effort-Shape.

In addition to these incredible theater tools and de-stressors for everyday life, our students will be exploring Shakespeare’s comrades – classical and modern playwrights with a gift for storytelling, who use language in a distinctive way.

Grade 7 and up (Fall 2017)

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Shakespeare and Song

July 24 to 28
Location TBD (Hollywood)

The works of Shakespeare are filled with song. As always, students will spend their days discovering Shakespeare using a variety of physical and vocal disciplines – with the ultimate purpose always to invoke the creative spirit that exists in every child. But for this special week, we will pay special emphasis to the plays where his words are accompanied with music and dancing.

Participants need not be singers/dancers – each child will have the opportunity to explore within his/her comfort zone, and encouraged to reach outside of it when ready!

For 3rd through 9th grade (Fall 2017)

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SYFLA – Spring 2017

Titus Andronicus: The Musical

The Roman general, Titus Andronicus returns to a hero’s welcome after defeating the Goths in a ten-year campaign. Among his captives are the Queen of the Goths, Tamora, and her three sons, Alarbus, Demetrius and Chiron. Also accompanying her is her boyfriend, Aaron, a Moor. They are not happy. Titus has lost many sons in the war. He is not happy.

Suffice to say, this play is filled with classic Roman acts of revenge between Titus and his enemy, Tamora – each one tries to top the other, and it gets pretty gory! We are in an era where, for many of us, nothing feels darker than real life – so we are bathing this play about warped, twisted and corrupt leadership in a tub of satire and song.

Fais Do Do – 5253 W. Adams Blvd.
April 22 & 23
April 29 & 30
5 pm

Merchant of Venice

Merchant of Venice is one of Shakespeare’s most controversial plays – we are not shying away from controversy this season!! For us, theater is a space to grapple with the issues that we encounter in the “real world.” And the issues explored in Merchant of Venice feel exceptionally current. What happens when you stereotype people based on their cultural or religious identity? Is it ever OK? If you bully a bully, does that excuse your behavior? It’s easy to make assumptions about the events of this play, but when you dig deeper, the answers are never as simple as they might seem, at first glance.

Fais Do Do – 5253 W. Adams Blvd.
April 22 & 23
April 29 & 30
1 pm

The Hamlet Project

Famed theater director Charles Marowitz says, “Our job is to re-trace, re-discover, reconsider, and re-angle the classics – not simply regurgitate them.” This best describes our adventure with THE HAMLET PROJECT. Our Players have been living with this classic for eight months.

Location TBD
May 5 & 6
May 12 & 13
2 pm

Performances

Bring your students to attend one of our Shakespeare Youth Festival LA performances in April/May of 2017 – this year’s season includes:

Titus Andronicus
Merchant of Venice
Hamlet

We offer special group rates, or a coupon code that your students can use to attend the show independently. For 20 or more students, we offer pre-show study guides and post-show Q&As. For 40 or more students, please contact us to schedule a special dedicated performance for your students.

Coming soon!
Bring an LADC student production to your students.
These original scripts, with running times of less than 90 minutes, introduce students to a variety of Shakespeare’s works, and expand on the relevance of his plays in the modern world.

Unspoken: Shakespeare’s Personae in Peril
This play places several of Shakespeare’s smaller, often cut characters in a mythical Green Room, pestering their harried Stage Manager to learn whether they will be going on in any of the hundreds of Shakespeare productions happening across the world. Frequently interrupted by an angry Lady Macbeth, they discover that there are plans afoot to cut them permanently, as the works of Shakespeare are deemed too long and too complex for modern audiences. Unspoken speaks out against this attitude, and reiterates the importance and the magic of Shakespeare and live theater.

Includes segments from Macbeth, Taming of the Shrew, Merchant of Venice, Midsummer Night’s Dream, Romeo and Juliet and Hamlet.

Outspoken: Shakespeare in Shackles
Outspoken was inspired by our Artistic Director’s trip to London, and our Players’ fascination with the stories she brought back about The Clink, London’s notorious prison. It imagines what might happen if several of Shakespeare’s most idealistic and rebellious characters were thrown in The Clink, together, for the crime of speaking truth to power. As each character recounts the event that landed him or her in prison, they explore what it means to speak your mind, and how our perspective of our own lives does not always match up with what others see.

Includes segments from Henry IV, Part ii, King Lear, Henry VI, Parts i & ii, The Winter’s Tale, Romeo & Juliet and Hamlet

A Day with William Shakespeare

Provide your student population with a special event exploring the world of Shakespeare.

 

OPENING PERFORMANCE (5 minutes)
A choral piece performed by our Master Teacher/Performers.

INTERACTIVE (50 minutes)
Each station will be run by one of our Master Teachers, who will be assisted by one of our high school counselors, as well as a few of our student performers. The subject matter will be accessible to all ages. Each workshop will last for approx 8 – 10 minutes, then a gong will announce a “POP-UP PERFORMANCE.” The PUP will last approx 1 – 2 minutes, then the participants will switch groups, so that all have the opportunity to experience each station.

  1. TRIBAL CIRCLE *
    Participants will learn several of our favorite circle games (Bah, Wah, Zip Zap Zop, Pass the Clap, etc)
  2. IMAGINATION GAMES *
    Participants will play improv/theater games geared toward using your imagination (Imaginary Ball, Mirror, etc)
  3. PERFORMANCE GAMES
    Participants will play improv/theater games geared toward expressing yourself in front of an audience (What I do for a living, Gibberish, etc)
  4. TABLEAUX
    Everyone who participates in this workshop will be invited to join us on stage for this portion of our performance
  5. IAMBIC PENTAMETER IN 8 MINUTES!!
    Everyone who participates in this workshop will be invited to join us on stage for this portion of our performance
  6. THE WORLD OF SHAKESPEARE
    A crash course on what it was like to live in Elizabethan England

* Depending on the number of participants, we could combine 1 & 2 into one group, so that each section can be longer.

FINAL PERFORMANCE (20 minutes)
Opening with an Iambic Pentameter Intro – participants will be invited to join us on stage. We’ll also include several scenes/monologues, some of which will use children from the audience. They will also be invited to come on stage for our Tableaux section.

Q&A (15 minutes)

Companion Workshops

This three-session workshop is designed to accompany the curriculum and enhance the assigned reading of a Shakespeare play.

SESSION ONE 

The first session should be held at the beginning of the unit, before the students are assigned independent reading.

Goal
To prepare students for the unique challenges of reading Shakespeare, and to provide them with the necessary tools to approach the text effectively and with enthusiasm.

Activities
An interactive recounting of the basic synopsis of the play
Introduction to iambic pentameter, Shakespeare’s “Language of the Heart.”
Games and exercises that explore themes and elements that the students will be encountering in their reading

Homework
Students will be given a series of challenges that they will be asked to meet for the next session. These challenges are active, and require students to read critically and deeply (you can’t meet them by reading the Cliff’s Notes).

 

SESSION TWO
The second session should be held after the students have read at least half of the play.

Goal
To ensure that students are reading actively and to build their understanding of what they are reading.

Activities
Students will participate in a series of exercises designed to enhance their understanding of their reading

Homework
Students will be assigned short scenes to prepare for presentation at the final session

 

SESSION THREE
The third session should be held at the end of the unit.

Goal
To celebrate the successful completion of the play

Activities
Presentation of the scenes assigned at the previous session

Residencies

SHAKESPEARE IN THE CLASSROOM

One-Week Residency
5 sessions – 1 hour each

Two-Week Residency
10 sessions – 1 hour each

Extended Residency
6 to 10 sessions – 1 per week / 1 hour each

SHAKESPEARE AFTER SCHOOL

Mini Workshop
6 sessions – 90 minutes each

Maxi Workshop
12 sessions – 90 minutes each

The above schedules are suggestions – we are happy to tailor any of the above programs to a format that will fit the demands of your schedule, and the needs of your students.

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Our Workshops offer participants a comprehensive exploration of one of William Shakespeare’s plays, and are in alignment with VAPA Content Standards for California Public Schools.

Activities entail the following:

  • a detailed introduction to the language and structure of Shakespeare, within the context of the chosen play
  • a rigorous exploration of the themes of the chosen play, and how they relate to our lives today
  • a creative environment, where the participants are encourages to use their voices, their bodies and their imaginations to express their experience with the chosen play.
  • a presentation, where participants have the opportunity to share their work with their teachers, fellow students and families.

The following is an example of how a session might unfold:
Arrival – students are greeted by 2 (or more) teacher-directors from Los Angeles Drama Club
Circle Intros and Sharing – we check in, and set our intention for the session
Group Ice Breaker Exercises – we build trust and create a group dynamic
Physical Warm-up – we practice yoga and meditation to prepare our bodies and our
minds for the work
Vocal Warm-up – we learn to use our breath effectively, expand our vocal power, and
establish healthy use of our vocal instrument.
Exploration – we participate in one or more of the following group activities

Story – we participate in the re-counting of a Shakespeare Play.
Theme – we discuss and debate the topics in the story, and discover how those topics are relevant to our lives.
Language – we explore the rhythm and power of iambic pentameter, Shakespeare’s “Language of the Heart.”
Character – we use Improv, movement, walks, sound, and speech to create
 characters.
Elements of Theatre – we become familiar with the language of theatre and with the basics of stagecraft

Scene Work – we divide to work on our specific pieces with the guidance of our teacher-directors.
Sharing the Process – we are given the opportunity to show our work to our peers.
Closing Circle – at the first class, we establish a ritual to end class each time with a feeling of accomplishment and community

Shakespeare and the Greeks

July 31 to August 4
Fais Do Do – 5253 W. Adams Blvd

We not only explore Shakespeare’s plays set in Greece, but his references to mythology and Greek Gods, and the perspectives of Greek Philosophers like Plato, Epicurus, and Ovid. And we introduce the basis for all modern books, plays and screenplays – Aristotle’s Poetics. With this rich banquet of ideas, we create original skits and weave them with Shakespeare’s Greek plays.

For 3rd through 9th grade (Fall 2017)

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Hamlet

Famed theater director Charles Marowitz says, “Our job is to re-trace, re-discover, reconsider, and re-angle the classics – not simply regurgitate them.”

For the last several months, a group of Players has been doing just that with Shakespeare’s most famous play, and the result is “The Hamlet Project.” In this presentation, you’ll join the original Rebel without a Cause, as he tries to make sense of a new step-father, a mother he barely recognizes, and a kingdom that has been turned upside down.

Yorick Cast:
Aidan Lapp – Hamlet
Julia Eschenasy – Gertrude
Caroline Ellis  – Polonius
Arianna Mah-Candelaria – Laertes

Hecuba Cast:
Liam Larsen – Hamlet
Milan Levy – Gertrude
Jesse Waldman  – Polonius
Hazel Sepenuk – Laertes

All Performances:
Chris Venegas – Claudius
Jalen Tennyson – Ophelia
Sonny Moskowitz – Horatio
Juliette Millar – Marcellus/First Player/Osric/Gravedigger
Vivian Wolfson – Rosencrantz
Samara Rice – Guildenstern

Friday, May 5 at 7:30 pm – Yorick
Saturday, May 6 at 3 pm – Hecuba
Sunday, May 7 at 4 pm – Yorick

Friday, May 12 at 7:30 pm – Hecuba
Saturday, May 13 at 3 pm – Yorick
Sunday, May 14 at 4 pm – Hecuba

Underground Theater – 1314 N. Wilton Place

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Merchant of Venice

Merchant of Venice is one of Shakespeare’s most controversial plays – we are not shying away from controversy this season!! Theater gives us space to grapple with the issues that we are hearing and absorbing in the “real world.”

And the issues explored in Merchant of Venice feel exceptionally current. What happens when you stereotype people based on their cultural or religious identity? Is it ever OK? If you bully a bully, does that excuse your behavior? It’s easy to make assumptions about the events of this play, but when you dig deeper, the answers are never as simple as they might seem, at first glance.

Saturday, April 22 & 29 at 5 pm
Sunday, April 23 & 30 at 1 pm

Fais Do Do – 5253 W. Adams Blvd.

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Titus Andronicus: The Musical

The Roman general, Titus Andronicus, returns to a hero’s welcome after defeating the Goths in a ten-year campaign. Among his captives are the Queen of the Goths, Tamora, and her three sons, Alarbus, Demetrius and Chiron. Also accompanying her is her boyfriend, Aaron, a Moor. They are not happy.

Titus has lost many sons in the war. He is not happy.

Suffice to say, this play is filled with classic Roman acts of revenge between Titus and his enemy, Tamora – each one tries to top the other, and it gets pretty gory!

We have gone 11 years without going near this play for that very reason. Our solution is to make it a Musical, satirizing and holding up a mirror to that society and to the unspeakable behavior of the main characters.

We are in an era where, for many of us, nothing feels darker than real life – so we are going to bathe this play about warped, twisted and corrupt leadership in a tub of satire and song.

Saturday, April 22 & 29 at 1 pm
Sunday, April 23 & 30 at 5 pm

Fais Do Do – 5253 W. Adams Blvd.

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Save the Date – April 23

Shakespeare Youth Festival 2017 opens on April 22nd, and we are celebrating with an Opening Weekend party on Sunday, April 23rd! Featuring delicious food by the talented chefs from Fais Do Do’s Jazz Brunch, sneak peeks of all the Festival shows, and a special musical guest, you don’t want to miss this chance to support your favorite young Shakespeare Troupe!!

DATE: Sunday, April 23
TIME: 7 pm (following Titus Andronicus)
PLACE: Club Fais Do Do, 5257 W. Adams Blvd.

TICKETS: $50.00

SYFLA 2017 in rehearsal

Our Players are currently hard at work rehearsing Titus Andronicus: The Musical, Merchant of Venice, and Hamlet – all will be presented in April and May.

Titus Andronicus: The Musical
Fais Do Do – 5253 W. Adams Blvd.
April 22 & 29 at 1 pm
April 23 & 30 at 5 pm

Merchant of Venice
Fais Do Do – 5253 W. Adams Blvd.
April 22 & 29 at 5 pm
April 23 & 30 at 1 pm

Hamlet
Underground Theater – 1314 N. Wilton Pl.
May 5 & 12 at 7:30 pm
May 7 & 13 at 3 pm
May 8 & 14 at 4 pm

 

LADC AT LAPL

Los Angeles Drama Club was honored to be invited to perform at three branches of Los Angeles Public Library in January.

On January 21, seven of our Players traveled with Ms. Julia & Mr. Esdras to present An Afternoon with Shakespeare at the Woodland Hills Public Library.  In addition to performances of scenes from Merry Wives of Windsor, Macbeth, Troilus & Cressida/Trojan Women, and Henry V, our audience enjoyed learning stage combat moves, theater games, iambic pentameter and, everyone’s favorite, Shakespearean insults.

On January 28, we had the honor of performing Shakespeare’s Malicious Monarchs in the beautiful Mark Taper Auditorium at the downtown Central Library. Sixteen of our Players performed as some of Shakespeare’s most frightening and diabolical rulers, and those who supported them and opposed them.

After the Central Library performance, nine of our Players continued on to the Washington-Irving Library where we capped off their Shakespeare Festival. After enjoying some Shakespeare-themed snacks, we performed to an enthusiastic and packed house, who loved being asked to insult the Players, Shakespeare Style!

To learn how you can have Los Angeles Drama Club perform for your organization, visit our Willful Minors page.

Shakespeare Youth Festival LA 2016

10-LADC-LOGO-TransparentWe are excited to announce the lineup for our Spring 2016 season – April 15th through May 1st, 2016. Please join us for a Gala Celebration of our 10th Anniversary and the 400th Anniversary of William Shakespeare’s Death.

At the Lyric
A Winter’s Tale
This epic story of betrayal and redemption spans continents and genres, and contains one of the most famous stage directions in literature – “Exit, pursued by a bear.”

The Tempest

An island, a deposed member of the nobility, an exiled princess, a sprite, and a monster.  What happens  when a pack of “villains” lands on the island, and the opportunity for revenge arises?
At Fais Do Do
Comedy of Errors
Two identical twins and their two servants (also identical twins) are separated in a ship-wreck. When, years later, they all show up in the same town, mistaken identities abound.

SYFLA 2016 is proud
to be a part of:

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Thank you to our sponsors:

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Pericles 

When Pericles leaves his kingdom to travel the world, he encounters love, fatherhood, pirates, evil queens, a greek goddess, and not one, but two shipwrecks!

THE SCHEDULE 
Friday, April 15
7:00 – Gala Opening Reception (Lyric Theatre)

Saturday, April 16
1:00 – A Winter’s Tale (Lyric Theatre)
4:00 – Comedy of Errors (Fais Do Do)

Sunday, April 17
1:00 – Comedy of Errors (Fais Do Do)
4:00 – A Winter’s Tale (Lyric Theatre)

 

Saturday, April 23
1:00 – The Tempest (Lyric Theatre)
4:00 – A Winter’s Tale (Lyric Theatre)

Sunday, April 24
1:00 – The Tempest (Lyric Theatre)
4:00 – A Winter’s Tale (Lyric Theatre)

 

Saturday, April 30
1:00 – The Tempest (Lyric Theatre)
4:00 – Pericles (Fais Do Do)

Sunday, May 1
1:00 -The Tempest (Lyric Theatre)
4:00 – Pericles & Closing Party (Fais Do Do)

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