Immersive weekend comprehensive designed to provide a deep dive into the Colorado Shakespeare Festival’s summer season. Running Thursday evening through Sunday evening, July 28 through 31, 2022, participants can see four (4) CSF productions, attend an invited dress rehearsal of CSF’s Original Practices production and dramaturgical classes about the season’s plays, and tour Norlin Library’s Special Collections with a focus on classical and Elizabethan texts. Sections include one with tickets included (NCTH 7004-750) and one without tickets included (NCTH 7004-751). Register here!
NCTH 7004-750: Comprehensive WITH tickets included: $450
Cap: 20 students
Enrollment closes: July 1
This section includes tickets to the four mainstage productions, on consecutive days from Thursday July 28 through Sunday July 31.
NCTH 7004-751: Comprehensive WITHOUT tickets included: $300
Cap: 75 students
Enrollment closes: July 25
This section does NOT include tickets to the four mainstage productions. This section is for those participants who have already purchased tickets for the season or would prefer the flexibility of seeing the productions on different nights.
Thursday, July 28, 2022
6 p.m.: Prologue, "Two Gentlemen of Verona"
7 p.m.: "Two Gentlemen of Verona," Rippon Theatre
Friday, July 29, 2022
9 a.m.: Tour of Special Collections, Norlin Library
10:30 a.m.: Q&A with Director of Book of Will
1 p.m.: Approaching Shakespeare as an Early Modern Theatre Practice: Original Practices
7 p.m.: Prologue, "Book of Will"
8 p.m.: "Book of Will," Rippon Theatre
Saturday, July 30, 2022
12 p.m.: Coffee with the Dramaturgs: A Discussion of the CSF Season
3 p.m.: CSF Through the Years: A Retrospective with Anne Sandoe
6 p.m.: Prologue, "All's Well that Ends Well"
7 p.m.: "All's Well that Ends Well," University Theatre
Sunday, July 31, 2022
1 p.m.: Prologue, "Coriolanus"
2 p.m.: "Coriolanus," University Theatre
6 p.m.: Dress Rehearsal of "The Alchemist," Rippon Theatre
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