Shakespeare's Measure for Measure
May 19-27 (full schedule below)
One of Shakespeare's most challenging plays, Measure for Measure follows Isabel, a novice whose life is thrown into chaos when a newly-appointed judge condemns her brother to death on a seldom-enforced charge. As she seeks to save her brother, it becomes clear that not only is mercy more complicated than it seems, but no one around her is who he seems -- and corruption and violence run deeper than anyone dreamed.
Performances are followed by an open discussion with the cast, and proceeds help address domestic violence in our communities. "Pay-What-You-Can" Admission.
(Suggested Donation: $12-18 general; $5-7 seniors & students)
Friday, May 19th, 7pm
Pilgrim Church, 300 Cabot St. Beverly MA (proceeds benefit HAWC)
Saturday, May 20th, 7 pm
College Church, 58 Pomeroy Terrace, Northampton MA (proceeds benefit Safe Passage)
Sunday, May 21st, 4 pm
St. Stephen Orthodox Church (at Trinity Lutheran Church) 400 Wilbraham Rd. Springfield MA
(proceeds benefit Springfield YWCA)
Thursday, May 25th, 7:30 pm
Old West Church, 131 Cambridge St. Boston MA (proceeds benefit Safe Havens)
Saturday, May 27th, 2 pm
Derby Sq. Salem (by the steps of Old Town Hall, 32 Derby Sq.) (proceeds benefit HAWC)
Pilgrim Church Flyer
College Church Flyer
St. Stephen Flyer
Old West Church Flyer
Derby Sq. Salem Flyer
Auditions for Running!
a new musical based on The Prodigal Son
Monday, June 12th, 7-9 pm
This is the second date of our rolling auditions. We need 5 principals and a whole lot of ensemble members for this staged reading! If you like to sing, we need you!
Show will rehearse over the summer and be performed Aug 18-26.
Please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an audition slot or to ask questions! Callbacks Tuesday, June 13th.
Click here for character descriptions and audition guidelines.
We are also looking for a stage manager for this show; small stipends available. E-mail us to inquire.
For details on the rest of our 2016-17 season, see our Shows page.
We're in a Book!
Berkeley Street Theatre, a new book on street theatre during the Jesus movement, devotes an entire chapter to Still Small in its discussion of modern grassroots theatre. Copies are available on Amazon Kindle and the Wipf and Stock website.
Ever wonder why we do this crazy thing in the first place? Come join our conversation about theatre, God, and why we so frequently end up wearing moustaches!
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