The American Shakespeare Center’s 2012/13 Tempt Me Further Tour has returned to Staunton to perform the three titles in the Blackfriars Playhouse 2013 Spring Season. Beginning April 10, the troupe performs William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, John Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi, and Shakespeare’s Love’s Labour’s Lost in rotating repertory.
On April 7th at 7:30 p.m., music lovers and fans of the American Shakespeare Center will convene at the Blackfriars Playhouse for a night of rock and roll, folk, blues, and pop. The current Blackfriars Playhouse troupe (with a special appearance by everyone’s favorite touring troupe) will perform audience favorites from the 2013 Actors’ Renaissance Season as well as memorable tunes from seasons past.
The American Shakespeare Center proudly announces its inclusion as the only non-British theatre company included in the British Broadcasting Corporation’s six-part series, “Shakespeare Uncovered.”
WVPT Public Television and the American Shakespeare Center announced on Wednesday a wide-ranging partnership, celebrating 25 years of Shakespeare in Staunton through a community event and national broadcasts.
The American Shakespeare Center kicks off the new year and the start of the seventh annual Actors’ Renaissance Season with a special event announcing the titles for its 2013/14 25th Anniversary Artistic Year. On Saturday, January 5, immediately prior to the evening Pay-What-You-Will performance of Julius Caesar, Artistic Director Jim Warren will take the stage with the ASC Actors’ Renaissance Season Troupe and reveal the shows that will come alive at the Blackfriars Playhouse and On Tour from June 2013 through June 2014.
This spring season, the American Shakespeare Center presents a play that has surprised and delighted audiences for 400 years
This spring season, the American Shakespeare Center presents a show that rivals anything audiences can see at the multiplex