THE PRT SHAKESPEARE PROJECT

A CELEBRATION of Shakespeare

in Scenes +Speeches + Soliloquies +

Sonnets + Songs


Opens April 21! 3 Weeks Only!
Different Show Every Week!
64 Scenes; 32 Actions; 16 Directors; 1 Playwright

Concept & Adaptation by
BRAD GREENQUIST & SEBASTIAN SCHIER

The Tickets are $18 each and there’s discounts for buying more than one show.
$18 – one show
$30 – Two shows
$42 – Three shows etc.
Student Tickets – $12/show
Tickets must be purchased in one online transaction to receive the discount. Be sure you have all the dates in your cart before checking out.  Fridays & Saturdays at 8; Sundays at 3.  Or call our Reservation Line: 310-822-8392 Click Buttons below to buy online now!

The remarkable thing about Shakespeare is that he is really very good – in spite of all the people who say he is very good.
Robert Graves (1895-1985)

Shakespeare has inspired writers, poets, actors and directors like no other. His plays are full of high tragedy and low comedy, loud song and dance, forceful fights and naughty bits. No wonder they have survived the centuries!

Much like a meal of comfort food and rare desserts, this celebration of the Bard’s world offers famous scenes from familiar plays like Hamlet, Macbeth and Romeo and Juliet, and little-known scenes from hidden gems like King John and Titus Andronicus.

He was not of an age, but for all time!
Ben Jonson (1573-1637)

Program A:
All the World’s a Stage

Performance dates: April 21, 22, 23
Scenes, Speeches, Soliloquies, Songs, Dances and Stage Fights
from the following:

As You Like It,
Hamlet,
Two Gentlemen of Verona,
Henry VI pt. 3,
Macbeth,
Romeo and Juliet,
Julius Caesar,
The Merry Wives of Windsor,
The Tempest,
Richard III,
King Lear,
Taming of the Shrew,
Love’s Labor’s Lost
and a few Sonnets

Actors: Sarah Brooke, Derek Chariton, Joan Chodorow, Rebecca Crandall, Christopher Curry, Ron Geren, Tania Getty, Brad Greenquist, Ed Levey, Jeff Lorch, Andrew Parks, Dalia Vosylius, Elspeth Weingarten, Carole Weyers
Directors: Susan Angelo, Nancy Linehan Charles, Ron Geren, Brad Greenquist, Martha Hackett, Laura Henry, Tony Pasqualini, Victoria Pearlman, Jeffrey Vanderbyl
Choreographer: Marie Bergenholtz
Composers/Musicians: Jacob Berger, Kent Jenkins

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Program B: A Muse of Fire!
Performance dates: April 28, 29, 30
Scenes, Speeches, Soliloquies, Songs and Dances from
Pericles,
Measure for Measure,
Hamlet,
Henry IV pt. 1,
Othello,
Two Gentlemen of Verona,
Julius Caesar,
Romeo and Juliet,
Richard II,
Henry V,
King John,
Taming of the Shrew,
Midsummer Night’s Dream;
and a few Sonnets

Actors: Robert Anderson, Marwa Bernstein, Shaun Baker, Terry Davis, Anthony Foux, Ron Geren, Choppy Guillotte, Michael Hanson, Zach Kanner, Ed Levey, Dennis Madden, Andrew Parks, Sebastian Schier, Elspeth Weingarten, Lesley Williams
Directors: Susan Angelo, Rachel Avery, Ann Bronston, Nancy Linehan Charles, Guillermo Cienfuegos, Brad Greenquist, Laura Henry, Susan Monaster, Michael Rothhaar
Choreographer: Marie Bergenholtz
Composers/Musicians: Jacob Berger, Kent Jenkins

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Program C:
What Dreams May Come…

Performance dates: May 5, 6, 7
Scenes, Speeches, Soliloquies, Songs and Dances from
Hamlet,
Love’s Labor’s Lost,
Sir Thomas More,
Two Gentlemen of Verona,
Othello,
Midsummer Night’s Dream,
Much Ado About Nothing,
Titus Andronicus,
Pericles,
King Lear,
Romeo and Juliet,
The Tempest,
As You Like It;
and a few Sonnets

Actors: Rachel Avery, Marwa Bernstein, Philip Cass, Derek Chariton, Alexander Enberg, Marilyn Fox, Rick Garrison, Ron Geren, Tania Getty, Brad Greenquist, Michael Hanson, Zach Kanner, Ed Levey, Linda Lodge, Jeff Lorch, Rita Obermeyer, Roses Prichard, Penny Safranek, Sebastian Schier, Dalia Vosylius, Carole Weyers
Directors: Susan Angelo, Ann Bronston, Nancy Linehan Charles, Ron Geren, Brad Greenquist, Dana Jackson, Susan Monaster, Victoria Pearlman, Jeffrey Vanderbyl
Choreographer: Marie Bergenholtz
Composers/Musicians: Jacob Berger, Kent Jenkins

TICKETS ON SALE