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Shakespeare(ish)

dance & physical theatre · rogue artists ensemble · Ages 5+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America

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WINNER! Best Costumes Fringe 2015

It’s twisted love poetry on the edge of madness and merriment –a sword fight with masked kings, prophesying puppets, and singing clowns. In this hyper-fun, hyper-family-friendly performance, Rogue Artists Ensemble digs down to the heart of the Bard, sharing the joys, the sorrows and the non-stop action of the greatest playwright of all time. The Rogues bring their “whirligig of ferocious creativity” (LA Weekly) to remix Shakespeare’s iconic scenes and make the Bard roll over in, and out of, his grave.

As seen at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Cal Arts, Annenberg Community Beach House, The Chance Theater, UC Irvine New Swan Shakespeare Festival and in the parks of Culver City and West Hollywood.

Tickets are $15 OR get 2 for $25!

For the 2 for $25 deal, purchase at the door or use code 2TIX at check out!

The Players:
Julia Garcia Combs
Victoria Hogan
Jeremy Hohn,
Alexander Makardish
Miles Taber

Production Team:
Sara Haddadin: Stage Manager
Sean T. Cawelti: Director
Taylor Coffman: Assistant Director
Julia Garcia-Combs: Movement Coach
Lori Meeker: Costume Designer
Cristina Bercovitz: Puppet Designer
Sean T. Cawelti: Puppet Designer
Noelle Hoffman: Sound Designer
Sean T. Cawelti: Mask Designer
Jack Pullman: Mask Designer
Brittany Blouch: Prop Designer
Matthew G. Hill: Scenic Designer

production team

miles taber *
development team/ lead actor
matthew hill *
assistant director/ development team
lori meeker *
costume designer
noelle hoffman *
sound design/ development team
jack pullman *
mask design/ development team
alexis robles *
production stage manager
julia garcia combs *
actor, movement coach/ development team
chelsea sutton *
marketing manager
matthew moynihan *
managing director
sean cawelti *
director/ mask design/ development team
cristina bercovitz *
puppet designer/ development team
taylor coffman *
development team

* Fringe Veteran

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