Sex, religion and power collide in an all-female production of Shakespeare’s most provocative and darkest comedies exploring political corruption and hypocrisy. The Duke of Vienna puts himself and others to the test when he mysteriously leaves the city under the charge of the strict and severe Angelo. When Angelo meets a young novice, Isabella, the sister of a man he has condemned, desire overtakes his principles. A foul proposition to save a life is made and virtue is held ransom in Vienna.
The production features Gallatin undergraduate and graduate students along with recent alums: Kathryn Lockwood, Monica Cortez, CJ Leede, Madeline Sayet, Beth Pollack, Sydney Angel (BA ’11), Sarah Dunn, Christina Liang (BA ’11) and Rebecca Gray. Scenic & Lighting Design by Raphael Mishler (BA’11)
Doors will open 30 minutes prior to the start of each performance. Late arrivals will be seated based on the discretion of the Producer & House Management, as well as the availability of open seats. Please make every attempt to arrive early.
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Note:Seating is limited. Reserving through EventBrite is the only way to guarantee your seat. A limited number of walk-up patrons will be accommodated. Please reserve your seat as soon as possible and print your confirmation page, which will act as your ticket for entry.