Breaking the Shakespeare Code by John Minigan
Anna, a freshman, approaches Curt, an acting instructor at the women's college she attends, to ask him to coach her for an upcoming audition. Though initially dismissive, he agrees to work with her only when she survives his challenges to her work onJulius Caesar's Portia.
Six years later, personal scandal has nearly destroyed Curt, and Anna returns to challenge him to work with her on Lady Percy from Henry IV. As she forces him to confront his personal disgrace, they begin to face the unanswered questions about theirown relationship.
Ten years later, Curt and Anna comes to him in the midst of personal and professional crises of her own. Their work on Hostess Quickly from The Merry Wivesof Windsorand Imogen from Cymbelinefinally breaks the code that first allowed their
work together but which has kept them from true success, professionally and personally.
Good Company Theatre (View)
260 25th Street
Ogden, UT 84401
|Minimum Age: 16|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|