Actors From The London Stage 2016

William Shakespeare's Richard lll

October, 6, 7, 8 @ 7pm  Diana Chapman Walsh Auditorium

Free and open to the public. No reservations necessary.

Actors From The London Stage unleash their new adaptation of Richard III. Featuring Liz Crowther in the title role, with Hannah Barrie, Alice Haig, Evelyn Miller and Paul O’Mahony completing the ensemble,the actors bring the Bard’s tale of treachery and murder to vivid life.

781-283-2000 | wellesley.edu/theatre

Disability services: Jim Wice @ 781-283-2434

Actors From The London Stage is the national outreach program of Shakespeare at Notre Dame. This unique educational program was developed in 1975, by Homer Swander, at the University of California at Santa Barbara. The theatre company is now based in London and at Shakespeare at Notre Dame.

The artists, comprised of five British Shakespearean actors from such companies as the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Royal National Theatre of Great Britain, and Shakespeare’s Globe, among others, devote a large part of their time to lectures, workshops, seminars, and informal meetings with students.

Their stay provides student and faculty with a unique opportunity both to observe extraordinary performances and to discuss literature and the art of theatre in depth with some of the most talented artists from some of the most important theatre companies in the world.

The AFTLS cast of Richard III (pictured clockwise from top left): Paul O'Mahony, Hannah Barrie, Evelyn Miller, Alice Haig, and Liz Crowther (Photo by Robin Savage)

 

The AFTLS cast of Richard III (pictured clockwise from top left): Paul O'Mahony, Hannah Barrie, Evelyn Miller, Alice Haig, and Liz Crowther (Photo by Robin Savage)

Wellesley College Theatre

THE WAITING ROOM

by Lisa Loomer,  directed by Nora Hussey
November 17 - 20, 2016 - Ruth Nagel Jones Theatre

A dark comedy about the timeless quest for beauty—and its cost. Three women from different centuries meet in a modern doctor's waiting room. Forgiveness From Heaven is an eighteenth-century Chinese woman whose bound feet are causing her to lose her toes. Victoria is a nineteenth-century tightly corsetted English woman suffering from what is commonly known as "hysteria." Then there is Wanda, a modern gal from New Jersey who is having problems with her silicone breasts. Husbands, doctors, Freud, the drug industry and the FDA all come under examination. The play is a wild ride through medical and sexual politics, including the politics of the ever-present battle with breast cancer.

Evening performances @ 7pm on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
Matinees @ 2pm on Saturday and Sunday
$15 general admission and $10 seniors/students/staff & faculty
To make a reservation call 781-283-2000
Disability services: Jim Wice @ 781-283-2434