Thoughts From Backstage on All’s Well

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The All’s Well That Ends Well team shares their thoughts backstage about All’s Well That Ends Well, characters and conflicts, and the process of preparing Shakespeare for an audience. Tickets are available now on Eventbrite.

All’s Well seats now on sale!

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Reserve your seats now for the return of full-length Shakespeare comedy when All’s Well That Ends Well opens July 23 for a two-weekend run. Advance tickets available now through Eventbrite. Our first year in the Madison Country Day School amphitheater … Continued

Final Desires performance Sunday night!

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It’ll be a fond, passionate farewell from Desires this Sunday May 30, 5 PM at Paoli Schoolhouse American Bistro. For your last chance to see these three classic comedies, book dinner reservations with the bistro at 608-848-6261, or bring your … Continued

Why Susan Glaspell?

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Susan Glaspell is the first American playwright Madison Shakespeare Company has presented in a full production. The reason, as Desires director Kendra C. Thompson explains, is pretty clear: she’s just that good. Hear Kendra talk about Tickless Time, the first … Continued

All’s Well Auditions: May 24-25

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Our wagon is prepared, and time revives us. All’s Well That Ends Well, postponed in 2020, is back for Summer 2021! Auditions are May 24-25 and registration is required. Please see the Auditions Page for full details. When you sally … Continued

Whate’er the course, the end is the renown

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Hellooooo, gorgeous. We’re still bubbling with Desires this May (only three public performances! Make your plans now!) but we were feeling extra-productive on Friday so we thought we’d tend to some seriously unfinished business. Shakespeare comedy is coming back to … Continued

April fires bring May Desires

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Madison Shakespeare Company returns to live performance in May 2021 with Desires, three stories of connection and confrontation by George Bernard Shaw, Susan Glaspell, and George Cram Cook. Public performances at Tyranena Brewing Company on May 22-23 at 2 PM … Continued