OUR 2022 SEASON
Please note that due to ongoing Covid-19 safety concerns, our performance plans can change at short notice. For our current production performance dates and venues, as well as a ticket link, please see our "On Stage" page HERE.
To see our virtual content from 2020 and 2021, please visit our Youtube channel HERE .You will find monologue recordings from many of our actors, as well as the complete Romeo and Juliet from our 2019 season, production vlogs, our staged readings of A King and No King and Measure for Measure, and our recording of the original radio plays A Twelfth Night Murder and The Gospel of Friar Tuck. For information regarding our planned 2022 season productions, please see below!
Blue-Eyed Hag by Jim Lair Beard -- world premiere!
A prequel to Shakespeare’s The Tempest, which tells the story of what happened on Prospero’s island before Prospero’s arrival. The script features warring kingdoms, dark magic, mysterious transformations, and slapstick comedy, all woven together in a story that you will love whether you know The Tempest or not. Playing June 11-July 3 at multiple West Michigan venues.
A program of scenes from multiple plays that gives audiences a delightful introduction to Shakespeare's works. Playing May 15 and June 12 in two free, outdoor performances.
William Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost
This production of Shakespeare's unconventional, bittersweet comedy includes original music composed especially for the production. David Taylor Little, who is also the playwright of our Arlo Whittaker mystery radio plays, directs this musical adaptation inspired by songs of the 1920s. Playing July 30-August 20 at multiple West Michigan venues.
Shakespeare at the Rose
Two special event performances at the Rose theatre at the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp. See our Shakespeare at the Rose page for more information!
William Shakespeare's The Merry Wives of Windsor
Our outstanding acting ensemble takes on this comedic romp through Windsor Forest.