The Acting Company
from New York, New York
School-time tickets may only be booked by Partner organizations.
Few Seats Left
Week of November 7 – 13
Week of November 14 – 20
Live audio-description provided
Week of November 21 – 27
This performance has live sign-interpretation.
Relaxed performance adapted for sensory sensitivities
This performance is followed by a short Talk-Back.
Swanky society parties, moonlit nights, desolate churchyards and blood-strewn streets. Set in the contemporary chaos of a Southern city steeped in class and racial conflict, two star-crossed souls collide and fall fast in love, only to take their own lives in a tragic twist of fate. A fresh look at Shakespeare’s cataclysmic romance, The Acting Company’s (Julius Caesar, 2017) Romeo and Juliet is a lesson in hope and healing, as the grudge between the Montagues and Capulets, like so much human strife, is no match for the fire and boundless passion of youth.
Here’s much to do with hate, but more with love.
Romeo and Juliet
Known for launching the careers of Patti LuPone, Kelley Curran, Jeffrey Wright and many others, The Acting Company is the “major touring classical theater in the United States” (The New York Times), staging work from Shakespeare to Stoppard for 25,000 theatergoers annually. Their ensemble of classically trained young actors brings live performance to communities with limited access to theater, and their team of teaching artists engages middle and high school students in literacy-focused arts education.
Leah C. Gardiner
Dr. Robert Shimko
Edward E. Haynes, Jr.
Sound and Music
J. David Brimmer
Adesola A. Osakalumi
Voice and Speech
Curriculum and activities
Inspire creative thinking with ready-to-implement, grade-appropriate activities
Led by New Victory Teaching Artists
Explore art forms and themes in the show in a pre- or post-show workshop
Plan your visit
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