“Is not general incivility the very essence of love?” – Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen
Her name is Katharina Minola,
Renown’d in Padua for her scolding tongue.
Language is the battleground in Shakespeare’s most contentious romantic comedy. Madison Shakespeare Company presents Taming of the Shrew, directed by Francisco C. Torres with performances June 22-July 1 at the Edgewood College Amphitheater.
Featuring the talents of Sarah Z. Johnson, Joshua Woolfolk, Issaka Brellenthin, Denzel J. Taylor, Carl Cawthorne, Bryan Royston, Rowan Meyer-Rainford, Martha White, Jason Compton, Niall S Harvey, Lennox Forrester, Chelsea Troost, Tanis Steed, Emily Morrison Weeks, and Jordan Humpal.
$15 suggested contribution. Reserve seats below. The Amphitheater is located outside the Stream building and Diane Ballweg Theatre on the Edgewood College campus. By car, park in the main lots off Edgewood College Drive and walk to the amphitheater. All performances will be outdoors and will continue during light or intermittent rain. If a rainout is declared during a performance, guests will be invited back for a future presentation.