Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet – POSTPONED

Friday, April 3, 2020 - 7:30pm
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A message from exitStageLeft:
Hello beautiful community,
With hope and love, inevitably, we are postponing our production of R&J.
The cast is committed to presenting it so it WILL happen, but the health and safety of all is most important in these changing times.
We don’t know when the production will happen, as nothing is certain at this time, but are hoping for late spring early summer. Anyone with tickets to the April shows can transfer their tickets to the new dates once they are announced. If the dates don’t work for you your tickets can be used at any of our other productions later this season.
We will be holding auditions for the rest of the season by video, details to come shortly.
We have so much gratitude and love for our beautiful community and supporters.
Stay safe everyone! Love, love, love.
exitStageLeft presents Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet like you’ve never seen. Set in an all girls school, where women’s etiquette, religious rule and censorship are alive and well, four young women struggle to find their faith, sexuality and voice. After class one day Aurora (played by Kahlila Ball) presents a contraband copy of Romeo and Juliet to her three friends. The girls voraciously, and at times trepidatiously, devour the text. Through the voices of Shakespeare’s most iconic lovers the four young women begin to explore and discover who they are and the transformative power of their creative expression. Starring Kahlila Ball, Amelia McCluskey, Calla Adubofour-Poku and Jo Gaffney, GISPA’s national improv champions, adept at quick changes in character, thinking on their feet and excellent comic timing, this production is sure to delight, enthral and surprise. Directed by Christina Penhale and Jeffrey Renn.