Monday, April 23, 2012

Upcoming at Shakespeare in Winedale, summer, 2012:Coriolanus, A Midsummer Night's Dream and The Winter's Tale

Shakespeare at Winedale

announces its 42nd Summer Season:Shakespeare at Winedale

A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Winter’s Tale and Coriolanus

By William Shakespeare

July 19th-August 12th

Shakespeare at Winedale Theater Barn

Winedale Historical Complex, Round Top, TX (click for map)

TICKETS: $10 General Admission; $5 Student/UT ID Holders

Available at or (512) 471-4726

Click to download the summer schedule in .pdf format

Shakespeare at Winedale’s 2012 summer class takes the stage this summer with performances of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Winter’s Tale, and, for the first time at Winedale, Coriolanus. Performances will begin July 19th and run through August 12th; performances are Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 7:30pm with matinees on Saturdays and Sundays at 2pm. Tickets are $10 for general admission or $5 for students/UT ID holders and may be ordered online through the Shakespeare at Winedale website

Shakespeare at Winedale is a University of Texas program in which students study and perform Shakespeare at the Winedale Historical Complex near Round Top. Since its founding by English professor James Ayres in 1970, the program’s unique, hands-on approach has brought Shakespeare’s words to life for hundreds of students and thousands of audience members. University students from many disciplines and backgrounds work together for six weeks at Winedale, ending their summer with four weekends of performances in a converted nineteenth-century hay barn.

For the first time in the program’s history, this summer’s class will perform Shakespeare’s riveting political thriller
Coriolanus. “We are very excited to be doing the Winedale premiere of Coriolanus,” said program Director James Loehlin, “one of Shakespeare’s richest explorations of politics-- perfect for an election year! Coriolanus is set in the earliest days of the Roman republic, but still pertinent today.”

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