Shakespeare Valentines!

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Some Cupid kills with arrows, some with traps, still others with Shakespeare Valentine memes. Share one with someone you’d compare to a summer’s day, and invite them to join you for A Valentine’s Affair 2019. Photos by Benjamin Barlow

February tickets available now

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Tickets for all performances of Henry the Fourth Part Two, as well as A Valentine’s Affair 2019 are available now. Click here for Henry tickets. Click here for Valentine’s Affair February 14 tickets. Reservations for the Valentine’s performances on February 12 … Continued

MSC on Mad’s Theatre Podcast

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Talking A Valentine’s Affair 2019, Dido Queen of Carthage, and Henry the Fourth Part Two on Mad’s Theatre Podcast with host Benjamin Barlow. Featuring Emily Morrison Weeks and Jason Compton.

Bike the Art, September 22

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Our outdoor performance season isn’t over yet! The MSC Ensemble will perform as part of Bike the Art on September 22 around noon at the Abel Contemporary Gallery in Paoli. Scenes from Richard the Third, Much Ado About Nothing, Julius … Continued

Staged reading of Queen Elizabeth

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After four rehearsals and some emergency substitutions, Queen Elizabeth is ready to see her public, Thursday September 13 at 7 PM at Arts + Literature Laboratory, 2021 Winnebago St in Madison. We could say more to try to convince you, but the … Continued

Queen Elizabeth is underway!

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The story of Elizabeth, Essex, the Rice family, and the internal politics of the Lord Chamberlain’s Men are all on display this Thursday September 13 at 7 PM when Madison Shakespeare Company presents a staged reading of Nick Schweitzer’s Queen Elizabeth.

A Sloshed Antony and Cleopatra Primer

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Sloshed Shakespeare: Antony and Cleopatra runs for three more performances, August 3 and 17 at Brink Lounge, and August 8 at High Noon Saloon. Here’s a guide to the players: Mark Antony: One of the three Triumvirs of Rome. Turned Julius … Continued