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Shakespeare Without Fear offers two more weekends of Taming of the Shrew

This isn't difficult or dull. It's good comedy AND romance, perfect for date-night.

This show is eligible for Flex Passes, which can be purchased below, if you don't have yours yet.

Taming of the Shrew is a play that often comes with a disclaimer, so here it is: yes, there is an anti-feminist slant that is a product of Shakespeare's time. But consider the irony of a play about a very domineering man, written in the reign of a never-dominated Queen. Elizabeth I is rumored to have loved the play, and so should you. Underlying this is a genuine love story is a battle of wits and wills for the ages. And there is a fine array of comic characters: three suitors for Kate's young sister, real worried fathers, "pretend" fathers, masters and servants trading places. Love AND laughter! Lots of shenanigans, some incredible costumes and scenery, and a group of hard-working actors make this a must-see.

The show runs March 10, 11, 17 and 18 at 7:30 p.m. and March 12 and 19 at 2 p.m.

We look forward to seeing you at our shows and events. If you'd learn more about what we do or to become one of our many volunteers, sign up here for our weekly newsletter. Be part of our volunteer family – act, paint scenery, usher, sweep, write and research grants, write articles, file paperwork, find new plays for us to perform -- our volunteers do it all. Embrace the arts in your community.

Flex Passes can be purchased by clicking here, or purchase single tickets here.

Our 2017 Season:
Taming of the Shrew – March
Inherit the Wind – May
Charlotte's Web -- July (youth theater, special pricing)
Man of la Mancha – August
Savannah SIPPING society -- September/October
You Can't Take It With You -- November/December

 

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