Great River Shakespeare Festival


Exciting performances are just the beginning

Great River Shakespeare Festival from June 25 to August 4, 2019, is the premier place to experience Shakespeare’s stories as our own. GRSF enhances the play-going experience through musical performances, receptions, classes, workshops and programs for learners of all ages and backgrounds.

Pre-Show Conversations will be taking place 30 minutes before every main stage performance, and 15 minutes before every black box performance in the Dorothy B. Magnus Black Box Theater.

See calendar, details and ticket information: Great River Shakespeare Festival

Macbeth

Macbeth is one of Shakespeare’s most popular (and spooky) productions. It is a dark, bloody story about
pride and power – with just a bit of magic thrown in.

 

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Cymbeline

One of Shakespeare’s less frequently performed productions, Cymbeline is a supernatural tale – but lighthearted! Funny, poignant, and filled with grace, Cymbeline is a beautiful story that will delight a wide variety of audience members.

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The Servant of Two Masters

Utilizing characters from traditional Italian commedia dell’arte (one of the earliest forms of professional comedic acting), The Servant of Two Masters is an over-the-top play of mistaken identities, confusion, and tons of laughter. Newly adapted by GRSF’s Beth Gardiner and Andrew Carlson and featuring music by Silas Sellnow, this is a new twist on a classic story.

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No Child...

Performed by a single actress on a simple stage, Nilijah Sun’s No Child… is a tour-de-force explration of the New York City public school system. An insightful, hilarious, and touching master class not to be missed by anyone who is concerned about the state of our education system and how we might fix it.

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White Rabbit Red Rabbit

What happens when an actor doesn’t get a script until the night of the show? Find out by attending White Rabbit, Red Rabbit, which has been called a “play” but is the lively global sensation that no one is allowed to talk about. Playwright Nassim Soleimanpour’s sly, humorous, and harrowing words have escaped censorship and are waiting for you in the theater!

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