We are excited to announce our 2018 – 2019 Season. Box Office will open in November for our Fall plays and in February for our Spring plays. We look forward to seeing you at the theater!!
SYFLA Fall – Taming of the Shrew Churl
What happens when Petruchia, a single-minded young woman, determined to marry well, meets Jake, otherwise known as the Shrew … er, that is, the Churl? His younger brother Bianco has all the girls in a tizzy, but thanks to the messed up social order of the land, they can’t do anything about it until Jake is married off. We’re subverted the established opinions and “schools of thought” on the already controversial “Taming of the Shrew” by reversing the genders, turning conventional concepts on their 16th century heads.
Performances – December 8 & 9 – TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE HERE!!
SYFLA Winter/Spring – As You Like It
Evil Duke Frederick is not a nice guy. After a rigged wrestling match goes sour, Rosalind and friends escape the rigidity and nastiness of the cruel city, where they were the victims of arbitrary and unfair rules, for the Forest of Arden, where “Do Unto Others” is the law of the land, and where a cast of eccentric characters are all just trying to find someone to love. One of Shakespeare’s most popular comedies!
Performances – March 9 & 10, March 16 & 17
SYFLA Winter/Spring – Cymbeline
Whatever your favorite Shakespearean plot device may be, it probably shows up in Cymbeline! Mistaken identity? Check. Girls dressed as boys? Check. Long lost family members reuniting? Check. Young lovers torn apart by class issues? Check. Nefarious tricksters? Check. Battle scenes? Check. Gods descending from Olympus at the last minute to set things right? Yes, that, too! Join us for this Shakespeare Smoothie.
Performances – March 16 & 17, March 23 & 24
SYFLA Winter/Spring – Henry IV
Our combining of Part I and Part II, custom crafted for our teen ensemble, will not only explore King Henry IV, his renegade son and heir to the throne Hal, and Hal’s roguish friend Falstaff, but will also highlight the women in the story – Mistress Quickly, Doll Tearsheet, Lady Percy, and Lady Mortimer.
Performances – March 23 & 24, March 30 & 31 (Time TBD)