‘Tis but thy name that is my enemy...
Forbidden passions. Class rivalry. Religious tensions. This is the wrong neighbourhood to go looking for love.
But when love finds them, they’ll have to decide just how much they’re willing to risk for it…
Coupling the beauty of Shakespeare’s language with an imaginative, contemporary setting, this deeply human story is brought closer to home than ever before.
October 18 – 29, 2011
Tuesday – Saturday 7:30pm with Saturday Matinees 2pm
2-for-1 Preview Night October 18
Starring Brandon Bate, Rachel Bell, Julie Casselman, Megan Couch, Mark Fleming, Cody Friesen, Lyndon Johnson, Shayna Jones, Cara Lowdermilk, Becky MacDormand, Thomas Nelson, Sarah Ruth, Jordan Schuurman, David Shoffner, Jessica Van Elk, and Matthew Warnock.
Directed by Angela Konrad with stage management by Stephanie Priolo, Eleanor Felton, and Cara Lowdermilk. Set design by Omanie Elias, lighting by Nicole Bach, and costumes by Sabrina Evertt.
For tickets: http://twu.ca/academics/samc/theatre/productions/box-office.html
PS How's this for a serendipitous tie-in? On Nov 2 there'll be a screening at the VanCity Theatre of Baz Luhrmann's Romeo & Juliet - which has more than a little similarity to the concept for this TWU show - with the introductory talk given by TWU alumn and longtime Pacific Theatre gal Julie Sutherland! Watch the VanCity Theatre website for details, once the VIFF is done.