The Tempest

February 2-March 12, 2017

Written by William Shakespeare

Directed by Mark Mccarver

The Tempest is set on a remote island, where Prospero, the exiled Duke of Milan, plots to restore his daughter Miranda to her rightful place, using illusion and skillful manipulation. Begrudged creatures and drunken clowns, charmed royals and magical sprites alike, all struggle between the temptation for revenge and greed, and the grace of forgiveness and humility. It is considered by many critics to be the last play that Shakespeare wrote alone.

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Press

Diane Windeler, from Incident Light, calls The Tempest a "strong and intriguing production." "Director Mark McCarver has devised an especially provocative version."

- Diane Windeler, from Incident Light Read More

"The house was packed on opening night and there were lots of laughs." "McCarver’s gender-blind casting puts females in male roles, and they’re terrific."

- Kurt Gardner, Blogcritics.org Read More

Photography by Siggi Ragnar

The Cast

Meredith Bell Alvarez

Alison Bridget Chambers

Rick Clyde

Linda Ford

Grace Lamberson

Mark McCarver

Magda Porter

Allan Ross

Kelly Hilliard Roush

Kacey Roye

John Stillwaggon

Hunter Wulff

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