Cast of Henry the Fourth announced

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Director Francisco C. Torres announces the cast of Madison Shakespeare Company’s Henry the Fourth, the center of the Shakespeare’s Rarer Monsters season at the Bartell Theatre, presented February 9-17, 2018, in the Evjue Stage. Tickets available now. Prince Hal – Brian McGowan … Continued

Shakespeare in the Arboretum!

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Madison Shakespeare Company will present a pop-up performance at 4 PM Sunday September 24, as part of the September 2017 installment of Bike the Art. For full tour details, see the event listing on wortfm.org or Facebook. The event is … Continued

Cast of Edward the Fourth announced

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Director Francisco C. Torres announces the cast of Edward the Fourth, a Madison Shakespeare Company staged reading, performing August 17, 7 PM at Arts + Literature Laboratory: Mary Elizabeth Wallin – Jane Shore Ben Seidensticker – Edward Lennox Forrester – … Continued

MSC does Faustus, July 20

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Our “Shakespeer” series begins Thursday July 20 at Arts + Literature Laboratory with a one-night-only staged reading of Doctor Faustus by Christopher Marlowe. Marlowe’s career was cut tragically short, but his Faustus is considered one of the highlights of the Elizabethan … Continued

Third Show Added Of Sloshed Shakespeare!

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To meet unprecedented demand, a third performance of Sloshed Shakespeare: Macbeth has been added on Monday July 31 at 7:30 PM at Madison’s High Noon Saloon. This really and truly may be the last opportunity to see this tale of … Continued

Madstage Podcast on Sloshed Shakespeare

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Hosts Suzan Kurry and Buzz Kemper talk Sloshed Shakespeare with MSC’s Jason Compton on the latest episode of the Madstage Podcast. Premieres July 1 at Capital Brewery. Click here for reservations and times. the MadStage Podcast Released on Jun 28, … Continued

Sloshed Shakespeare: Macbeth Opens July 1

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With just a handful of performers and castoff costumes and props, somehow, Madison Shakespeare Company must carry on, barnstorming a “drunk Shakespeare” version of Macbeth from venue to venue. It’s one Shakespearean classic, six actors, and way too much alcohol. … Continued

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