Kerri Norris, Stephen Elcheshen, Frank Boyle are all Shadows & Dreams stalwarts, known best for their summer Shakespeare in the park in New West.
Two star crossed lovers take their lives.....
Shakespeare’s classic tragedy in the luxurious setting of Beverly Hills.
Shadows and Dreams Theatre Company Presents:
Romeo and Juliet
by William Shakespeare
Apr 22-25 at 8pm, Apr 25 at 2pm
at Pacific Theatre, 1440 W12, Vancouver
Juliet and Romeo are the children of feuding studio executives in L.A. Goth Juliet thinks that a relationship with the preppy Romeo would be the ultimate way to torment her straight-laced parents. Childish rebellion turns into real love and results in tragedy for everyone involved in the feud. A bold retelling with a little bit of Gossip Girl, a little bit of L.A. and a whole lot of Shakespeare.
Tickets - $15 (cash only)
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Director: Patricia Johnson-Brooke (New Westminster)
Assistant Director: Nicole DesLauriers (Vancouver)
Stage Manager: Glynis Knowlden (Coquitlam), Costumes: Kerri Norris (New Westminster)
Jacqueline Becher (North Vancouver), Nigel Brooke (New Westminster), Jayme Burke (Vancouver), Michael Charrois (North Vancouver), Tony DeMatteis (Vancouver), Karen Ferguson (Vancouver), Uriah Field (New Westminster), Andrew Goulding (Vancouver), James King (Vancouver), James Knowlden (Coquitlam), Kiri McGuire (Surrey), Allen Pike (Vancouver), Joel Pike (Vancouver), Wendy Podgursky (Vancouver), Ryan Swanson (Vancouver), Marni Westerman (New Westminster)
This is Shadows and Dreams' fifth production having produced Desdemona: A Play About A Handkerchief at Pacific Theatre, Hamlet at The Beaumont Studios and A Midsummer Night's Dream & As You Like It in New Westminster. They are a regulars in the Sunday Summer Revue at the Bandshell in Queen's Park (New Westminster) and are in pre-production for The Comedy of Errors which will be performed there at the end of July/beginning of August 2009.