Tag: Blackfriars Playhouse
Esteemed CBS newsman Bob Schieffer will perform at the American Shakespeare Center (ASC) Annual Gala.
The American Shakespeare Center continues its expedition through Shakespeare’s Wars of the Roses tetralogy.
The American Shakespeare Center Theatre Camp wraps up three weeks of camp with performances this weekend.
The American Shakespeare Center announces that Artistic Director Jim Warren is stepping down at the end of the year to pursue other opportunities.
Love’s Labour’s Lost joins Peter and the Starcatcher and Much Ado about Nothing in the Summer/Fall Season at the Blackfriars Playhouse.
The first session of the American Shakespeare Center Theatre Camp will complete their camp experience with theatrical performances.
The American Shakespeare Center has received two national grants that will support general operations and subsidize student matinee performances.
The American Shakespeare Center is prepping to launch the 2017/18 Artistic Year with an ambitious, adventure-filled Summer/Fall Season.
The American Shakespeare Center is launching an industry-changing international playwrighting competition.
The American Shakespeare Center 2016/17 Hungry Hearts Tour is gearing up to head back home to Staunton.
The Fair Maid of the Exchange is joining the rotating repertory at the Blackfriars Playhouse.
Ralph Alan Cohen has invited local Rabbi Joe Blair to participate in the Dr. Ralph lecture next week.
The untold, fictional story of Judith Shakespeare comes to life next weekend at the Blackfriars Playhouse.
The School for Scandal joins the already playing Merchant of Venice and Coriolanus in repertory at the American Shakespeare Center.
American Shakespeare Center Artistic Director Jim Warren announced the titles for the ASC 2017/18 Artistic Year.
The American Shakespeare Center Actors’ Renaissance Season creates powerful theatre by experimenting with how Shakespeare might have rehearsed.
The American Shakespeare Center Education Department is set to take audiences through the ages at the Holiday Season Staged Reading.
The American Shakespeare Center is gearing up for its annual Holiday Season with festive, funny, and heartwarming performances.
“Make magic, Tom,” was the instruction given to architect Thomas K. McLaughlin as work began on the Blackfriars Playhouse.
The American Shakespeare Center has been “doing it with the lights on” at the Blackfriars Playhouse in Staunton since 2001.
Fifteen years ago the American Shakespeare Center opened the Blackfriars Playhouse, the world’s only re-creation of Shakespeare’s indoor theatre.
The American Shakespeare Center prepares to open its 2016 Summer/Fall Season, with performances of Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Twelfth Night and more.
George Bernard Shaw’s Arms and the Man is debuting Wednesday night at the Blackfriars Playhouse in Staunton.
The Tempest is currently playing at the Blackfriars Playhouse in Staunton as part of the Actors’ Renaissance Season.
We know you value the arts, history and preservation, and the local economy. Demonstrate your interest to city leaders by attending the Public Forum on Arts, Culture, and Tourism with Staunton City Council Candidates on Tuesday, April 22.