Freehold's Engaged Theatre program presents The Winter's Tale
Freehold's Engaged Theatre program presents
The Winters Tale
Directed by Robin Lynn Smith
At Raisbeck Performance Hall July 18 24
All performances at 8pm and July 22 at 4pm
All performances are Pay What You Can!
Cast: Sherif Amin, Christine Marie Brown, Avery Clark, Madi Cooper, Sunam Ellis, Riley Gene, Mykail Gholston, Sara Glauser, Sylvester Kamara, James Kelly, Mario Martinez, James Schilling, Kerry Skalsky, Vanessa Skantze, Alexandra Varriano
Musicians: Annie Ford, Valerie Holt
Composer: Gino Yevdjevich
Scenic Design: Reiko Huffman
Scenic Consultant: Catherine Cornell
Costume Design: Doris Black
Lighting Design: Dani Norberg
Movement Director: Vanessa Skantze
Fight Choreographer: Kerry Skalsky
Production Stage Manager: Maren Comendant
Technical Director: Dennis Culpepper
Assistant Director: Hannah Morin
Stage Manager: Evan Price
The Winters Tale is about destruction brought about by human frailty, transgression, and betrayal - and the possibility of genuine atonement, sacrifice and reconciliation; it is about the potential in each person for owning our accountability in wrongdoing; and then being given a second chance to make things right again.
We keep coming back to Shakespeare because his characters are complex, conflicted, contradictory human beings, in worlds that are every bit as challenging as our own.
Our audiences tell us that watching the tragic struggles of Shakespeare's characters makes them feel less alienated from society; less the sum of their mistakes and more respected as complex human beings.
In addition to our shows at Raisbeck this years tour will perform at Echo Glen Childrens Center, Washington Corrections Center for Women, Monroe Correctional Complex, and Harborview Medical Center, Volunteer Park, and Pratt Park.
Cornish College of the Arts Raisbeck Performance Hall (View)
2015 Boren Ave
Seattle, WA 98121
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|