Tickets now on sale for Volpone, or The Fox on October 29 at 8pm
Our 2017/18 Season
Gorboduc, by Thomas Norton and Thomas Sackville, July 30, 2017
Directed by Daniel Briere
A staged reading of the first English play to be written in blank verse. We're going back to the start of it all and exploring this lesser-known text that was one of the influences for Shakespeare’s King Lear.
Volpone, by Ben Jonson, October 29, 2017
Directed by James Wallis
A staged reading of the hilarious and wicked satire of greed, lust, and money-grubbing hypocrites by one of the period's greatest writers and one of Shakespeare’s most important contemporaries.
Richard III, February 2018
Directed by Julia Nish-Lapidus
Shakespeare's epic drama about a powerful hunchback who manipulates his way to the crown.
Measure for Measure, May 2018
Directed by Catherine Rainville
A story that is all too relevant today, about sexual politics, consent, power, religion, faith, and corruption.
We'll also host a couple kick-ass karaoke parties (Karaoke BASH'd), Keggers (BASH'd Beer Bash!) and will be running a class for actors that will help you bring classic text off the page and create a clear, engaging, performance.