Shakespeare wrote during the rise of the warrior-poet, a time when the stage was used to promote nationalism by romanticizing war. But the playwright was also keenly aware of the horrors of combat. From kings and princes to paupers and slaves, this 60-minute one-man show explores the Bard’s treatment of military conflict through the words of his soldiers.
Wednesday, November 20 -10am
Thursday, November 21 – 10am
Friday, November 22 – 10am, 8pm
Saturday, November 23 – 8pm
Sunday, November 24 – 2pm