Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet

Performances: May 3rd – 5th / May 10th – 12th

This eight-month commitment was designed for our Players who are as passionate about the process as they are about the performance.

Discussion, writing, experimental games and adventurous acting … our Players have been “living” with this work for eight months, exploring:

  • The fearlessness of youth … is love blind?
  • Long standing familial/tribal conflict … why does it take a tragedy to break this hypnotic curse of hate? And will the peace last or is it only temporary?
  • No matter when or where … why do the Innocent seem to be the victims of others’ unsolved conflicts?
  • What are the pros and cons for forming clans, gangs, cliques, tribes? Why do these groups fight each other?
  • Why is the story timeless? Have we changed? Can we solve this problem?

Using music, stage combat, and heightened movement, they’ve created a dynamic piece that matches the smoldering tension building with the warring dynasties.

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