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Oct 30

The Tempest - ALL performances sold out

Final performance of The Tempest, Shakespeare’s final play. Magic and monsters and storms, oh my! Will Prospero get revenge? Will Miranda find true love? Will Caliban take over the enchanted isle? Shakespeare’s The Tempest will answer all. Opens Thursday, October 27, runs Friday, October 28, Saturday, October 29, 2011 all at 7:30 pm, and on Sunday, October 30 at 2:00 pm. To reserve seats for The Tempest, please call 507-222-4471. Leave your name, date and time, name of the play, and the number of seats that you would like to reserve. Productions are general admission and free of charge.

2:00 – 4:00 pm / Weitz Center Theater

A usurped duke uses his magical powers to help him and his daughter survive on an island populated by monsters and spirits. Shakespeare’s The Tempest. Usurpation. Set adrift. An uncharted island. Monsters and sprites. A powerful mage. His daughter. His enemies. Revenge. Freedom. Love. Shakespeare’s final play: The Tempest. Magic and monsters and storms, oh my! Will Prospero get revenge? Will Miranda find true love? Will Caliban take over the enchanted isle? Shakespeare’s The Tempest will answer all.

Opens Thursday, October 27, runs Friday, October 28, Saturday, October 29, 2011 all at 7:30 pm, and on Sunday, October 30 at 2:00 pm. Directed by guest Director Ed Berkeley, '66, Director of Undergraduate Opera Studies for The Juilliard School, Director of Aspen Opera Theater Center, Aspen Music Festival and School, and Artistic Director of New York’s Willow Cabin Theater Company. A class with Stephen Mohring, Art Dept, will design the production, and music is being written by David Kornfeld, '11. To reserve seats for The Tempest, please call 507-222-4471. Leave your name, date and time, name of the play, and the number of seats that you would like to reserve. Productions are general admission and free of charge.

Sponsored by Theater & Dance. Contact: Patt Germann, x4341