The Tempest, William Shakespeare
April 17, 2014 - 7:30pm - April 18, 2014 - 7:30pm
Reserved seats: $14 public; $10 faculty, staff, seniors and military; $8 students
Shakespeare's late masterpiece combines intrigue, danger and romance in a world brimming with magic and enchantment. Variously termed a romance play and tragicomedy, The Tempest reflects the maturity of a seasoned playwright at the peak of his skills. Often taken by endeared audiences as the culminating work of the best-known playwright of the English language, The Tempest promotes a vision of forgiveness and family reconciliation through poetic sentiment.