CANCELED-Shakespeare in Flux
This workshop production has been cancelled. Please visit the Arts Iowa calendar at arts.uiowa.edu for the most up-to-date information about all University of Iowa Department of Theatre Arts events.
It's 1610, and William Shakespeare is writing a fantastic new play; at least, that's what he's supposed to be doing. Instead, he's training a bard who can't write songs, attempting to track down his company of wayward players, and preventing his long-time rival, Ben Jonson, from destroying theatre as they know it. Coupled with a pair of spies, a runaway King and his illiterate boyfriend, and the ever-present obstacle of self-doubt, Shakespeare in Flux is the Renaissance like never seen before!
This performance contains some strong language.
|William Shakespeare||Laura Brightman|
|Ben Jonson/Barkeep||Cameron Speta|
|Anne Hathaway/Elven Ranger||Olivia WIlliams|
|Kit Marlowe/John Heminges||Sophia Kilburg|
|Richard Burbage/King James I||Alexis Vaselopulos|
|Robert Armin/Robert Carr||Taylor Geldermann|
|Henry Condell/Robert Cecil||Caroline Meek|
|Directors||Brigid Martin, Ashlynn Dale|
|Lighting Design||Ian Triplett|
|Stage Manager||Kaya Schafer|
|Assistant Stage Manager||Travis Coltrain|
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