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Romeo and Juliet at Midland Center for the Arts Feb. 4-6

The Midland Center for the Arts (MCFTA) is proud to present Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet as performed by Actors From the London Stage. This group is one of the oldest Shakespearian touring companies in the world, and will appear in Midland's very own Center for the Arts on February 4, 5, and 6, 2010. Each presentation begins at 8:00 pm. Tickets are $25.00 for adults and $16.00 for children.

These performances are proudly supported by the National Endowment for the Arts through their funding of Arts Midwest, a program that provides funding to arts groups to further the growth and support of worthy art causes.

The cast of Romeo and Juliet is small, hosting only five people, and is self-directed. They make the story come to life through their acting and their dialogue, preferring minimal use of set (including backdrops, props, etc.) and costumes. This gives this story an intimate feel and helps the audience connect with each character more thoroughly.

To order tickets online, go to the MATRIX:Midland page and scroll down until you see the story for Romeo and Juliet. At the bottom of the story are three links, one for each night of the show. Click on the night you wish to attend and follow the instructions. You can also call the MCFTA at 800-523-7649 or 989-631-8250 to reach the Ticket Office. Office hours are Monday - Friday 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm and Saturdays 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm.

Comments

  • aslindy 4 years ago

    This looks interesting - I'll have to check it out.

    A note for people who may wish to attend - it's cheaper to call MCFTA than to order the tickets online. The online tickets have a fee added by the ticket company.

  • Dagda 4 years ago

    I love your first Arts review! I'm not to big into Shakespeare but if I were you would have gotten me to go! Keep the the great work, and maybe sometime when I'm in Midland I'll check the artsy stuff out! :)

    Wish I had coffee,
    Dagda

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