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Enrichment Programming at ASC
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Spring 2023 Tickets Now On Sale
Friday Night Lights On
A series of Friday night lectures, workshops, and panels featuring a line up of scholars, industry experts, ASC familiar faces, and powerful partnerships.
Fall 2022More Info
Prep for the Play
Join our stellar Programming team for a crash course in ASC’s approach to Shakespeare’s text with interactive workshops, over two nights, that will help you approach the play like an actor, deepening your understanding of the play and enriching your experience when you visit us to see the show.
ASC has partnered with some local wineries and breweries for a special pre-show experience. Enjoy a tasting of some of the best libations in the area in our upper lobby on select Saturdays this fall. These tastings include a limited edition souvenir glass to take with you. There will be three tasting times each evening - but space is limited, so grab your tickets today. **All participants must be 21 years of age
October 8, 2022 – November 5, 2022More Info
Join us for a weekend at the Blackfriars Playhouse where you will rediscover the joy and accessibility of teaching Shakespeare. Our practical approach will send you back to the classroom equipped to make Shakespeare’s 16th-century lessons engaging for your 21st-century students.
As You Like It 2023
All The World’s A Stage….
The Forest of Arden is hopping! On the run from his murderous brother, Orlando hides out in the Forest, where Rosalind, banished from the Court, is also on the run, disguised as a shepherd. As if their love lives weren’t complicated enough, they have to contend with a real shepherd and shepherdess with their own romance issues, an exiled Duke and his posse, and the court fool. Awash in wit and exuberant in a bedrock belief that love conquers all, this beloved Shakespeare comedy races toward a happy ending and four – count them, four – weddings.
A Love Letter to the World
“What a happiness it would be to cry…” –Eurydice Ruhl’s wildly imaginative bittersweet comedy Eurydice reimagines the classic myth of Orpheus and Eurydice not through Orpheus’s infamous pilgrimage to retrieve his bride, but through the eyes of its heroine. Dying too young on her wedding day, Eurydice must journey to the underworld, where she reunites with her father and struggles to remember her lost life. With contemporary characters and plot twists to rival Shakespeare’s most twisted plotlines, the play is a fresh look at a timeless love story. “Devastatingly lovely…Ruhl’s magical play about the joys and trials of living and dying invites the happiest kind of commemoration. Like all fine poems, songs and paintings, it’s a love letter to the world that deserves to be remembered for a good long time.”