Photo Flash: 2009 Shakespeare Festival Plays At The Old Globe Through 9/27
The 2009 Summer Shakespeare Festival includes TWELFTH NIGHT, a delightful tale of wild infatuation and mistaken identities, CORIOLANUS a powerful political drama tells the story of the great Roman general whose arrogance leads to his own downfall and Edmond Rostand's CYRANO DE BERGERAC, about a war hero, philosopher and dazzling swordsman, Cyrano. Cyrano has it all - except the woman of his dreams - the lovely Roxane. Playing in nightly repertory in the Lowell Davies Festival Theatre, June 13 - September 27.
Upcoming: A world premiere, Broadway-bound musical, The First Wives Club, is a funny, moving and empowering new musical based on the smash-hit movie comedy and Olivia Goldsmith's bestselling novel. Former college friends reunite at middle-age and soon discover they share the same unhappy story - their ungrateful husbands careened into midlife by dumping them for younger women. Inspired by their renewed friendship, the three women band together and take back their lives in style! Book by Rupert Holmes, Music & Lyrics by Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier and Eddie Holland and Directed by Francesca Zambello. Playing in the Old Globe Theatre, Friday, July 17 - Tuesday, August 25
A hilarious comedy that satirizes everything from Hitchcock's Rebecca to The Mummy's Curse,The Mystery of Irma Vep by Charles Ludlam and drrected by Henry Wishcamper. Playing in The Old Globe's Arena Stage at SDMA's James S. Copley Auditorium, Friday, July 31 - Sunday, September 6.
Photo Credit: Craig Schwartz
Brendan Griffin and Dana Green
Steven Marzolf, Patrick Page, Jordan McArthur, Tony Von Halle, Barbra Wengerd, and Brooke Novak
The Cast of Cyrano de Bergerac
Steven Marzolf, Eric Hoffmann, James Newcomb, Aubrey Saverino, and Bruce Turk