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Actors' Shakespeare Project

Romeo & Juliet

Calderwood Pavilion, 527 Tremont Street

May 10 – June 2 2024
Two Households. Star-Crossed Lovers. Violent Delights. All Done The Way That Only ASP Can.

Actors’ Shakespeare Project finishes off our 2023-24 Season with a classic that hasn’t graced our mainstage in over a decade: Romeo & Juliet.

Shakespeare’s most famous duo return in a flurry of forbidden love, exhilarating fight scenes, and (spoiler alert) tragic fate. Brought to life by Resident Artist Company Member Marianna Bassham’s expert direction, this dynamic and vivid take on Romeo & Juliet will thrill even those who fell asleep reading it in Sophomore English class.

ASP will be working with Boston-area youth and teachers during this production to explore the themes of youth violence and alienation in the play, and how they still ring true in 2024.

Director: Marianna Bassham

Playwright: William Shakespeare

Two Households. Star-Crossed Lovers. Violent Delights. All Done The Way That Only ASP Can.

Actors’ Shakespeare Project finishes off our 2023-24 Season with a classic that hasn’t graced our mainstage in over a decade: Romeo & Juliet.

Shakespeare’s most famous duo return in a flurry of forbidden love, exhilarating fight scenes, and (spoiler alert) tragic fate. Brought to life by Resident Artist Company Member Marianna Bassham’s expert direction, this dynamic and vivid take on Romeo & Juliet will thrill even those who fell asleep reading it in Sophomore English class.

ASP will be working with Boston-area youth and teachers during this production to explore the themes of youth violence and alienation in the play, and how they still ring true in 2024.

Director: Marianna Bassham

Playwright: William Shakespeare

Duration

2 hours 20 minutes with one intermission

SUITABLE AGES:

13+

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The Nancy and Edward Roberts Studio Theatre

Calderwood Pavilion/BCA, 527 Tremont St

The Calderwood Pavilion contains the Wimberly Theatre, the Roberts Studio Theatre, the Carol G. Deane Hall, and the Nicholas Martin Hall. You should navigate to the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA if you are seeing a show in any of those aforementioned spaces.

Directions and parking for the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA

Google Maps directions to 527 Tremont St, Boston MA 02116

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