The hind, that would be mated by the lion,
Must die for love.
(Helena, Act I scene 1)
October 2, 8, 9, 10, at 7:30 p.m.
October 3, 4, 11 at 2 p.m.
Helena loves Bertram; Bertram just wants to be one of the guys. But Helena, a low-born woman who achieves greatness by the sheer strength of her will and intellect, has other ideas. Set against the rising counterculture of the 1960s, All’s Well That Ends Well tells a bittersweet romantic tale of love and lust and the mysteries of the human heart. Join us for this groovy production. Additionally, Thursday October 8th is “Come in Costume” night. Those who come to the production dressed in ‘60s attire will get a half off coupon for a future production, and there will be a costume contest for prizes at intermission.
The Mainstage festival production features visiting professional guest artists and Grand Valley students. Actor’s Equity Union actor Brian Webb Russell is a familiar friend to the festival. Appearing this year as Parolles, Russell has appeared previously as Oberon/Theseus in A Midsummer Night’s Dream in 2008 and as both Antipholus twins in Comedy of Errors in 2000. Most recently he performed as the tyrant Richard III in the 2012 production of Richard III. Also joining the production are guest professional stage manager Ricky Moreno.
Recommended for ages 8 and up. No children under school age admitted.
Additional All's Well That Ends Well Festival Events
Features Production Dramaturg and Grand Valley English Professor Dr. Jo Miller
October 2 and 10....................................... 6:45 p.m.
Opening Night Reception
There will be a free, public reception following the opening night performance of All's Well That Ends Well in the Pere Marquette room of Kirkof Center. The reception will include a cash bar and is free and open to the public with presentation of ticket from the opening night performance.
Secondary School Matinees
October 5, 6, and 8.................................................. 10 a.m.
October 8th is “Come in Costume” night.
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