Annual Shakespeare in
June 26 - 29, 2014
Times: King Lear
Thursday, Friday & Saturday at 7:30pm
Sunday at 2pm
Our City, Our Neighborhoods
Saturday at 12pm
Venue: Library Park, Meadow & Grand
Streets, Waterbury, CT
Admission: $15 suggested
Artistic Director Emily Mattina's King Lear
the choices we make for our children and family as well as the overall
welfare of children: physically, emotionally, and educationally. We
explore the essence of blindness, both literally and figuratively, to
our own actions, consequences and blessings. Dr. David
, published author,
actor, director, and professor at The University of New Hampshire,
stars as King Lear
's real-life blindness gives a
literal portrayal of the "blindness" in his character.
This signature Shakesperience should not be missed!
Shakesperience strives to bring thought-provoking, relevant, theatre,
rich in music, poetry, art and ideas, to our Downtown. The 10th
annual (and possibly final) Shakespeare in Library Park serves as a
for significant issues facing our society and as a cultural and
generator for our region. Waterbury's annual Shakespeare Festival will
also include an encore performance of The Reluctant Dragon
and student performance of Waterbury Interactive: Our City, Our Neighborhoods.
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With Support from:
George A. & Grace L. Long Foundation