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2012/13 SEASON GUIDE


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GEORGE HOUSTON

“24 years in a row best acting in town!”

Alicia and Joe Apple

“My husband brought me to The Comedy of Errors when we first started dating. The show was so funny. I was completely absorbed.”

MARY AND DAVID BLoodgooD

“For years we have joined with friends in purchasing season tickets. We discuss the plays on the way to and from the theater. We are never disappointed.”

Jodi Tassos

The show I’m most excited about: Othello

THE ORR FAMILY

“I would not miss the Repertory productions. I really enjoy seeing the same cast back to back,” says John.


Cover: Wynn Harmon and Anne Hering in Cymbeline (2012)

2012/13 SEASON SIGNATURE SERIES

THEATER FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES

THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (ABRIDGED)

CINDERELLA

June 21 – July 29, 2012

September 12 – October 7, 2012

A YEAR WITH FROG AND TOAD

October 18 – November 17, 2012

RACE

October 10 – November 11, 2012

MISS NELSON HAS A FIELD DAY April 4 – May 5, 2013

THE FARNDALE AVENUE HOUSING ESTATE TOWNSWOMEN’S GUILD DRAMATIC SOCIETY’S PRODUCTION OF “A CHRISTMAS CAROL”

SPECIAL EVENTS Season Opening Gala

Sunday, September 9, 2012

November 28 – December 30, 2012

OTHELLO

poker tournament

SENSE AND SENSIBILITY

PlayFest! The Harriett Lake Festival of New Plays

Friday, October 5, 2012

January 23 – March 16, 2013 February 6 – March 17, 2013

November 1 – 4, 2012

TITUS ANDRONICUS

March 27 – April 28, 2013

Mock Trial Event

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

STUDIO SERIES

Mendelssohn: “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” in collaboration with Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra

THE EXIT INTERVIEW

September 27 – October 21, 2012

Saturday, April 27, 2013

THE ODYSSEY

February 14 – March 17, 2013

SINGLE TICKETS

no servICE FEES!

SIGNATURE SERIES PREVIEWS

$18

FRI & SAT EVENINGS

$40, $35, $30

WED/THURS EVENINGS & SUN MATinees

$35, $30, $20

SENIOR MATINEES

$17

STUDIO SERIES PREVIEWS & SENIOR MATINEES

$17

THURSDAY - SUNDAY

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THEATER FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES ALL SEATS

$9 – Weekdays; $12 – Weekends

DISCOUNTS STUDENTS

$10 off advanced purchase

STUDENT RUSH

$12 – 30 minutes before show with valid student I.D. Subject to availability.

MILITARY

$10 off single tickets – All active military, National Guard or Reservists and their spouses with valid military I.D.

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Jim Helsinger in Wittenberg (2009)

DEAR FELLOW THEATER LOVER, Putting together a great theater season is like preparing an impressive menu for a dinner with good friends. You want a scrumptious appetizer, rounds of complementary courses that suit your guests’ particular palates, a decadent dessert, and some excellent wine along the way. This season, we have a 5-star menu for you! Whet your appetite with the laughter-filled The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged), fold in courses of tragedy and romance, add a dash of our awesome Theater for Young Audiences series, and top it off with the sweet addition of our new Studio Series. The menu is varied, the shows are powerful, and our production values top-notch! And yes – you can have plenty of wine along the way in our newly renovated “Harriett’s Bar” opening this fall! But the most important part of any meal is the friends you share it with – and we want to share our evenings with you. So, please join us for our Opening Night director chats before the show, the after-show Talk Backs, and the brand new Prologue Series for Othello and Titus Andronicus, a pre-show discussion of the plot and themes held 45 minutes before every performance. Theater is about shared experiences, being moved together to laugh, to cry, to spark dialogue, and to better understand ourselves, each other, and our world. This is your invitation to great food for thought and stimulating conversation. Won’t you please join us?

Jim Helsinger P.S. You don’t have to bring a side dish. 2 WELCOME LETTER | ORLANDOSHAKES.ORG | (407) 447-1700


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Melissa Mason and Brandon Roberts in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (2011)

JUNE 21 - JULY 29, 2012

PREVIEW DATES June 21 & 22 @ 10:30 a.m.

Goldman Theater | From the Story by The Brothers Grimm Adapted By Brandon Roberts | Directed by Patrick Flick World Premiere Production

OPENING DATE June 23 @ 2 p.m. & 4:30 p.m.

When the shoe fits, the unlikeliest of girls becomes a princess!

ASL INTERPRETED PERFORMANCE July 14 @ 2 p.m. & 4:30 p.m. (See page 23 for details.)

Cinderella has completed her chores, but her ball gown is ruined and her evil Stepmother and two obnoxious Stepsisters have already left for the ball. Will the beautiful and feisty teen save the day? The mice seem to think so! Told with help from the younger members of the audience, the whole family will be captivated by the lively and spirited staging of this classic fairy tale.

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THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (ABRIDGED)

Philip Nolen in The Big Bang (2009)

PREVIEW DATES September 12 & 13 at 7 p.m. OPENING DATE September 14 @ 8 p.m.

SEPTEMBER 12 - OCTOBER 7, 2012

$20 UNDER 30 September 21 @ 8 p.m.

Margeson Theater | By Adam Long, Daniel Singer, & Jess Winfield | DIRECTED BY JIM HELSINGER

TALK BACK September 27 @ 7 p.m.

The History Channel meets The Three Stooges

SENIOR MATINEES September 19 & 26 @ 2 p.m.

Three madcap men in tights weave their way through all 37 of Shakespeare’s comedies, histories, and tragedies in a wild ride that will leave you breathless with laughter. Through an irreverent, fast-paced romp, these pranksters introduce you to Shakespeare via a cooking show, a football game, and even a rap song! Prior knowledge of the Bard? Unnecessary!

PLAYSHOP September 28 @ 8 p.m. (See page 18 for details.) CAPTION DISPLAY September 23 @ 2 p.m. TEACHERS We offer student matinees. Call (407) 447-1700 to learn more.

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) is considered a family show and is suitable for most audiences.

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Liam Scahill in Three Screams (2007 PlayFest)

SEPTEMBER 27 - OCTOBER 21, 2012

PREVIEW DATES September 27 @ 7 p.m. & September 28 @ 8 p.m.

MANDELL STUDIO Theater | By WILLIAM MISSOURI DOWNS Directed by Patrick Flick NATIONAL NEW PLAY NETWORK ROLLING WORLD PREMIERE

OPENING DATE September 29 @ 8 p.m.

A comic look at existential uncertainty and metaphysical isolation

SENIOR MATINEE October 3 @ 2 p.m.

The Big Three—Religion, Sex, and Politics—are the targets of hilarity in one of the funniest and smartest contemporary comedies in years. Dick Fig is getting the hatchet from an unctuous HR pawn at a nameless university. His exit interview gets off to a rocky start when a masked gunman rampages through the campus. Downs’ witty play ricochets through Brechtian interludes, a pair of politically-radicalized cheerleaders, a pompous newsman, and two German doctors debating science and religion on C-SPAN before reaching its surprising conclusion.

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Content Advisory: The Exit Interview contains strong adult language and mature themes. Recommended for adult audiences and older teenagers.

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Dennis Neal, Elizabeth June, and Rus Blackwell in Missing Celia Rose (2009)

OCTOBER 10 - NOVEMBER 11, 2012

PREVIEW DATES October 10 & 11 @ 7 p.m.

GOLDMAN Theater | By DAVID MAMET DIRECTED BY THOMAS OUELLETTE

OPENING DATE October 12 @ 8 p.m.

A gripping, no-holds-barred courtroom drama

$20 UNDER 30 October 19 @ 8 p.m.

Fresh off-Broadway, this high-voltage drama tackles the most incendiary topic of our time. Three attorneys, two black and one white, are called on to represent a wealthy white man charged with assaulting a young black woman. With the palpable tension of a fierce cross-examination and no shortage of wry humor, Race fearlessly challenges our perceptions of race, guilt, justice, and truth.

SENIOR MATINEES October 17, 24, 31 & November 7 @ 2 p.m. PLAYSHOP October 19 @ 8 p.m. (See page 18 for details.) CAPTION DISPLAY November 11 @ 2 p.m.

Content Advisory: Race contains strong adult language and mature themes. Recommended for adult audiences and older teenagers.

“With recent events bringing racial issues to national attention, I’m looking forward to a play recently off Broadway discussing the issue.”

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Alea Figueroa-Yoho and Brandon Roberts in Peter Rabbit (2006)

PREVIEW DATES October 18 & 19 @ 10:15 a.m. & 12 p.m.

OCTOBER 18 - NOVEMBER 17, 2012 MARGESON Theater | Based on the Books by Arnold Lobel Music By Robert Reale | Book & Lyrics By Willie Reale Directed by Steve MacKinnon

OPENING DATE October 20 @ 2 p.m. AUTOGRAPH SESSION After each weekend performance!

A Broadway musical for the whole family!

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A Tony Award Nominee for Best Musical, this whimsical story celebrates an unlikely friendship between an eternally optimistic Frog and a rather grumpy Toad as they try to keep their sleds on the ground, kites in the air, and themselves from devouring cookies. Their friendship flourishes through triumphs and challenges, sending a heartwarming message to the whole family. A Year with Frog and Toad is considered a family show and is suitable for all audiences.

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THE FARNDALE AVENUE HOUSING ESTATE TOWNSWOMEN'S GUILD DRAMATIC SOCIETY'S PRODUCTION OF "A CHRISTMAS CAROL"

Anne Hering in The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge (2008)

PREVIEW DATES November 28 & 29 @ 7 p.m.

NOVEMBER 28 - DECEMBER 30, 2012

OPENING DATE November 30 @ 8 p.m.

Margeson Theater | David Mcgillivray & Walter Zerlin JR. DIRECTED BY Matt Pfeiffer

$20 UNDER 30 December 7 @ 8 p.m. TALK BACK December 13 @ 7 p.m.

A hilarious spoof of the beloved Dickens classic

SENIOR MATINEES December 5, 12, & 19 @ 2 p.m.

When the ladies of the Farndale Dramatic Society get their hands on A Christmas Carol anything can happen, and it does! Missing actors, a special appearance by Santa Claus, a few show- stopping tunes, and audience participation guarantee a night the entire family will never forget. This raucously funny play-within-a-play is perfect for all ages. Farndale Avenue... is considered a family show and is suitable for all audiences.

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Johnny Lee Davenport in Julius Caesar (2006)

JANUARY 23 - MARCH 16, 2013

PREVIEW DATES January 23 & 24 @ 7 p.m.

MARGESON Theater | By WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE Directed by BRIAN VAUGHN

OPENING DATE January 25 @ 8 p.m.

Shakespeare’s emotionally gripping thriller of jealousy, passion, and revenge

$20 UNDER 30 February 1 @ 8 p.m. TALK BACK February 21 @ 7 p.m. SENIOR MATINEES January 30 & March 13 @ 2 p.m. PLAYSHOP March 1 @ 8 p.m. (Page 18)

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Othello, a celebrated general, yet an outsider, defies social convention and marries Desdemona, a Venetian aristocrat. Enter Othello’s most trusted lieutenant, the “honest” Iago, who nurses a vengeful hate for his commander. As Iago draws Othello and the audience into a spider web of half-truths, scandal is fueled – families and friendships destroyed – until a “trifle light as air” tragically unravels them all. Content Advisory: Suitable for teens and adults, Othello contains onstage violence and sexual innuendo. Concerned parents and theater-goers may want to contact the Box Office for more information.

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Orlando Shakes offers student matinees! Call the Box Office to learn more at (407) 447-1700.

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Kristin Shirilla, Anne Hering, Wynn Harmon, and Kelli Rose Sleigh in Pride and Prejudice (2011)

FEBRUARY 6 - MARCH 17, 2013

PREVIEW DATES February 6 & 7 @ 7 p.m.

margeson theater | From the Novel by Jane AusteN Adapted by Jon Jory | Directed by Mark Routhier

OPENING DATE February 8 @ 8 p.m.

Jane Austen’s classic tale of flirtation and folly

$20 UNDER 30 February 22 @ 8 p.m.

When a lack of luck makes for difficult marriage prospects, the Dashwood sisters set sail on the volatile seas of courtship. The sisters soon discover that neither reserved Elinor’s common sense nor Marianne’s impulsive passion offers the key to happiness. Scandalous secrets, burning betrayals, and unexpected twists line the path to true love in this fresh adaptation of Sense and Sensibility.

TALK BACK February 28 @ 7 p.m. SENIOR MATINEES February 20 & March 6 @ 2 p.m. PLAYSHOP March 8 @ 8 p.m. (Page 18) CAPTION DISPLAY March 17 @ 2 p.m.

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Charlie Bethel in Beowulf (2011)

FEBRUARY 14 - MARCH 17, 2013

PREVIEW DATES February 14 @ 7 p.m. & February 15 @ 8 p.m.

MANDELL STUDIO Theater | From the Epic Poem by Homer Adapted by Charlie BetheL | Directed by Jim HelsingeR World Premiere Production

OPENING DATE February 16 @ 8 p.m.

Shipwrecks, sirens, and sex goddesses meet cannibalism, death, and revenge

SENIOR MATINEE February 27 @ 2 p.m. PLAYSHOP March 1 or 8 @ 8 p.m. (See page 18 for details.)

Acclaimed solo artist Charlie Bethel (Beowulf) re-imagines Homer’s famous myth in a faithful yet utterly accessible format for those who slept through Greek Lit. Voyage across land and sea, through the underworld, to the top of Mt. Olympus with the brave and courageous hero, Odysseus, as he valiantly seeks his homeland and the arms of his wife and child. You’re sure to recognize yourself in this sometimes comic, often harrowing, but always thrilling, epic adventure.

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“Charlie Bethel seems to capture perfectly the spirit of the classic while integrating modern language. It’s phenomenal.”

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TITUS ANDRONICUS

Jonathan Epstein and Chris Niess in King Lear (2007)

MARCH 27 - APRIL 28, 2013

PREVIEW DATES March 27 & 28 @ 7 p.m. OPENING DATE March 29 @ 8 p.m. $20 UNDER 30 April 5 @ 8 p.m. TALK BACK April 11 @ 7 p.m. SENIOR MATINEES April 3, 10, 17, & 24 @ 2 p.m. PLAYSHOP April 12 @ 8 p.m. (See page 18 for details.) CAPTION DISPLAY April 28 @ 2 p.m. TEACHERS We offer student matinees. Call (407) 447-1700 to learn more.

GOLDMAN theater | by william shakespeare Directed by JIM HELSINGER Shakespeare’s bloodiest blockbuster of vengeance and madness Shocking, savage, and outrageously entertaining – Titus Andronicus is a cataclysmic cycle of revenge between the families of Titus, the great Roman general, and Tamora, the sadistic Queen of the Goths. Each of their barbarous and diabolical acts begets more brutal acts of retaliation. Theatrically vivid and surprisingly moving, Titus Andronicus is what a summer blockbuster would be if it were written by the world’s great genius of language and theater. Content Advisory: Teenagers as well as some adults may find the graphic scenes of violence and the play’s explicit sexual content disturbing. Concerned parents and theatergoers should contact the Box Office for more information.

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Ariel Heller, Chris McIntyre, Blake Logan, and Sam Hazell in Miss Nelson Has a Field Day (2006)

PREVIEW DATES April 4 & 5 @ 10:15 a.m. & 12 p.m.

APRIL 4 - MAY 5, 2013

MARGESON Theater | ADAPTED FROM THE BOOK BY HARRY ALLARD & JAMES MARSHALL | BOOKS, MUSIC, & LYRICS BY JOAN CUSHING| Based on the Books by Arnold Lobel | Directed by Steve MacKinnon

OPENING DATE April 6 @ 2 p.m. AUTOGRAPH SESSION After each weekend performance!

A Broadway musical for the whole family!

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Miss Nelson’s students, the Smedley Elementary School Tornadoes, haven’t won a single game and are the worst football team in the state. She enlists Coach Viola Swamp to whip the team into shape and save the day! Join the students on a hilarious musical romp that takes you from the classroom to the gridiron.

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THE HARRIETT LAKE FESTIVAL OF NEW PLAYS

Cast of Samsara (PlayFest 2011)

SCHEDULE Visit orlandoshakes.org/playfest for a full schedule of events and more information about the plays and playwrights.

NOVEMBER 1 - 4, 2012

An engaging, fast-paced weekend packed with world premiere plays, distinctive panels, lively parties, and dynamic networking events. PlayFest is the perfect opportunity to converse with artists, establish lasting connections, and absorb groundbreaking new works. This four-day event is ideal for anyone who loves great theater!

FESTIVAL PASS - $28 A no-frills approach to PlayFest, the Festival Pass enables you to see all seven readings. A fantastic bargain! TICKETS Individual tickets start at $5. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1 Opening Night Events TBA

PLAYFEST PATRON

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2 Reading 1 @ 7:30 p.m.

Be on the cutting edge of new play development and rub elbows with tomorrow’s literary stars. PlayFest Patrons receive an all-access pass to PlayFest readings, reserved seating, a private event with the playwrights, and recognition for their special contribution in programs, curtain speeches, Orlando Shakespeare Theater’s website, and more! For more information, contact the Director of Development at (407) 4471700 ext. 206 or email development@orlandoshakes. org.

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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4 Reading 5 @ 12 p.m. Reading 6 @ 3 p.m. Reading 7 @ 7 p.m.

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SPECIAL EVENTS OPENING NIGHT PARTIES

Celebrate Opening Night of each Signature Series production! Immediately following the premiere, join us for a party in the lobby at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center. The party is free to all ticket holders and includes hors d’oeuvres provided by some of Orlando’s finest local eateries, happy hour prices at Harriett’s Bar, and a chance to socialize with members of the cast and creative team!

SEASON OPENING GALA

Sunday, September 9, 2012 | sponsored by Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor, and Reed, P.A. Save the date for the Season Opening Gala held at the John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center. Delight your tastebuds with decadent food tastings while bidding on over 80 silent auction items. Win a 9-day trip to Thailand at Six Senses Resorts and Spas, with business class airfare on Delta, in a rowdy live auction led by Jim Helsinger and Alan Ginsburg. And don’t miss the exclusive sneak preview of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged). All proceeds support the Theater’s mission to produce bold, professional theater, develop new plays, and provide innovative educational experiences for all ages. Purchase tickets ($150250) by calling (407) 447-1700.

SHAKESPEARE POKER TOURNAMENT

Friday, October 5, 2012 Join us for an evening of fun, food, and great prizes! The game is No-Limit Texas Hold-’em and includes professional dealers, racetrack-style poker tables, and fabulous prizes. Suggested donation: $40.

MOCK TRIAL EVENT

Tuesday, February 26, 2013 The Bard’s Board Barristers host the 5th Annual Mock Trial. Using classic plays to explore contemporary legal thought, past mock trials focused on issues arising from Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Join us for hors d’oeuvres before the event and stay to mingle with leading members of Central Florida’s legal, business, and artistic communities. $25 Regular; $15 Student.

MENDELSSOHN: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM

Saturday, April 27, 2013 at 8 P.M. | Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre Sponsored by the Bryce L. West Foundation This highly anticipated artistic collaboration brings together stage and musical stars of Orlando, including Jim Helsinger (Director, Orlando Shakes) and Christopher Wilkins (Conductor, Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra), in the most celebrated of all musical scores written for a classic play. “The Wedding March” signals a happy ending, even though “the course of true love never did run smooth.” Tickets can be purchased through the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra Box Office at (407) 770-0071. ORLANDOSHAKES.ORG | (407) 447-1700 | SPECIAL EVENTS 15


SEASON PASSES

PRICES AND INFORMATION Busy schedule? A Flex Pass offers the ultimate in variety and flexibility!

ORLANDO SHAKES FLEX PASS

Each Flex Pass Holder will receive a block of tickets to use over the course of the 12/13 Season for any date or time. You’re guaranteed the best available seating for any performance. Just call the Box Office 24 hours in advance of the performance you wish to see to reserve your seats. Additional conveniences include: • $5 off additional tickets to the 12/13 Season, so you can introduce a friend to Orlando Shakes • Free unlimited exchanges and no order fees • Advance purchasing for special events and programming

FLEX 6

Pass Holder Price: $195 (Regular Price: $240)

FLEX 4

Pass Holder Price: $134 (Regular Price: $160)

THEATER FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES FLEX PASS

Design your own season! Our TYA Family Flex includes 12 or 3 discounted admissions that you may use in any combination throughout the season. You’re guaranteed the best available seating for any performance date in our Theater for Young Audience Series.

TYA FAMILY FLEX 12

Pass Holder Price: $99 (Regular Price: $144)

TYA FLEX 3

Pass Holder Price: $27 (Regular Price: $36)

STARVING ARTIST PASS

Back by popular demand! Members of Actors’ Equity Association and employees of other Central Florida arts organizations are eligible to purchase one ticket to each of our six Signature Series productions. All we need? Proof of AEA membership or employment with a non-profit arts organization affiliated with United Arts of Central Florida. Valid for any performance during the first three weeks of each production based on available seating at the time of redemption. Limit of two per person. Call the Box Office at (407) 447-1700.

starving artist pass Pass Holder Price: $33

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Shannon Michael Wamser and Philip Nolen in The Importance of Being Earnest (2011)

EMMY COLLINS

“Over the years the shows have been good enough that I buy my season tickets without regard to what is planned.”

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Call the Box Office at (407) 447-1700, purchase online at orlandoshakes.org, or visit us at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 E. Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803. ORLANDOSHAKES.ORG | (407) 447-1700 | SEASON PASS BENEFITS 17


Michael Shenefelt and Megan Pickrell in Miss Nelson is Missing (2011)

RATES FOR THE YOUNG... AND THE YOUNG AT HEART $20 UNDER 30 NIGHT

There are plenty of reasons it’s great to be in your 20s, but tight finances aren’t one of them! On select Friday nights, we kick off the evening at 6:30 p.m. with a pre-show happy hour featuring $2 beer and $3 wine. Tickets for the evening’s performance are just $20 for patrons under 30 years old. Finally, an economical evening that celebrates your wrinkle-free face, fast metabolism, and youthful energy. We’ll pretend we aren’t jealous! Call the Box Office at (407) 447-1700 or purchase online with code word: 20UNDER30.

PLAYSHOP

Hey parents! Tired of missing all the BEST shows? Bring your school-age children to Orlando Shakes to participate in a fun and creative camp for the duration of the show. Led by Orlando Shakes Actor/Educators, theatergoers’ children ages 5 to 12 will enjoy supervised arts and crafts, play educational games, and maybe even learn a song or dance. The service is available to all ticket buyers for select Friday performances of Signature Series and Studio Series productions for just $15 per child. Advance registration is required.

SENIOR MATINEES

Our convenient Wednesday afternoon performances provide seniors with an affordable way to participate in live theater. We offer hearing enhancement devices and wheelchair and walker accessible seating. Our performances make a great outing for Retirement Communities, Senior Centers, book clubs, church groups, and more. For more information or to book your tickets, please contact Group Sales at (407) 447-1700 ext. 265 or groupsales@orlandoshakes.org.

STUDENT RUSH

30 minutes before the show, students may purchase $12 tickets for Signature and Studio Series performances. Available to those with a valid student I.D. in person at the Box Office. Subject to availability. 18 SPECIAL OFFERS | ORLANDOSHAKES.ORG | (407) 447-1700


ENRICHMENT Information and dates can be found on each show page at orlandoshakes.org. CURRICULUM GUIDES

Our curriculum guides provide comprehensive background information on the play, playwright, and the production as well as insight into its major themes. Use the study guide to enhance your visit to the theater and make the most of the theatrical experience.

EDUCATION

Orlando Shakespeare Theater offers student matinees, school workshops and residencies, professional development for teachers, community classes for all ages, and training programs for future theater professionals. For more information, contact our Education Department at (407) 447-1700 ext. 254 or education@ orlandoshakes.org

OPENING NIGHT PRE-SHOW CHATS

Before each Opening Night performance join us in the Patron’s Room for a fun and informational Pre-Show Chat with the director and members of the design team.

PAGE TO STAGE STORY TIME

Barnes and Noble | Colonial Plaza Market Center In addition to Theater for Young Audience performances, Orlando Shakes offers families the opportunity to delve deeper into the plays through interactive story times. Led by Orlando Shakes actors, these engaging 20-minute readings are an excellent precursor to the performance. Dates and times subject to change; visit orlandoshakes.org for more information. Cinderella – June 30, 2012 at 10 a.m. A Year with Frog and Toad – October 20, 2012 at 10 a.m. Miss Nelson Has a Field Day – March 2, 2013 at 10 a.m.

PROLOGUE SERIES

This new pre-show series immerses our audience in the world of Shakespeare. Starting 45 minutes before each performance of Othello and Titus Andronicus, audiences will gain greater understanding of the plot, themes, and major characters in each of Shakespeare’s plays.

TALK BACK

Stay after select performances for an informal Post-Show Talk with the cast and members of the design team. ORLANDOSHAKES.ORG | (407) 447-1700 | ENRICHMENT 19


LEIGHTON YATES

“Because Orlando is a great city for the performing arts, Phyllis and I are glad to provide support as faithful donors and members of the audience.”

JOIN OUR TEAM VOLUNTEERS

If you love theater, spending time with friends, and seeing free shows, become a volunteer! Volunteers are needed year-round for a variety of positions in administrative and production departments, weekdays and weekends. Call our Volunteer Coordinator at (407) 447-1700 ext. 264 or email volunteer@ orlandoshakes.org for more information.

GUILD

The Guild is a volunteer organization comprised of people who contribute to the Theater’s success by managing the Gift Shop and Harriett’s Bar. Guild membership offers a variety of benefits. For more information, call (407) 447-1700 ext. 226 or email guild@orlandoshakes.org.

FRIENDS

This exciting group of volunteers supports Orlando Shakes by assisting with event planning and fundraising efforts. In addition, Friends participate in social meetings, nights out at the Theater, and additional outreach opportunities to encourage participation in Orlando Shakespeare Theater programming. For more information, please contact the Director of Development at (407) 447-1700 ext. 206 or development@orlandoshakes.org. 20 join our team| ORLANDOSHAKES.ORG | (407) 447-1700


CONTRIBUTE TO ORLANDO SHAKES As a non-profit theater, Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF relies largely on donations from patrons like you. When the curtain rises on an Orlando Shakes production, you’ll see your contribution at work – in salaries for the actors, in lumber and fabric for the sets and costumes, in lighting instruments, and props. And behind the scenes, your contribution is doing even more, allowing us to develop new plays, to carry out vital educational and outreach programs for children in the community, and to inspire students to become the next generation of actors and audience members through our community classes. We’re endlessly grateful for the support of our generous donors of all levels. Through our valued business partnerships, corporate sponsors are able to associate their logo and brand with inspiring works on stage. From creating brand awareness and entertaining clients to increasing customer loyalty, Orlando Shakespeare Theater is the ideal marketing platform for reaching the progressive, highly desirable consumers in the Central Florida region. Our loyal audiences continue to grow, as does our national reputation for presenting quality productions. Won’t you consider becoming a donor or sponsor at Orlando Shakes? To do so or learn more, simply visit orlandoshakes.org/contribute or contact the Director of Development at (407) 447-1700 ext. 206 or development@orlandoshakes.org. Spencer Plachy, Brad DePlanche, and Brandon Roberts in The 39 Steps (2010)

John and Cathy Alphin

“Anyone who hasn’t seen a show here is missing out big time.”

Craig and Mickey Luongo

“We love having a professional theater in the community, but the creativity is what keeps us returning.”

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BEYOND THE PLAYS CONCESSIONS

We are happy to offer a selection of beverages and snacks prior to each show. Arrive early and start the night with us! You’re free to enjoy your drinks in the theater during the performance. Sales begin one hour prior to show time.

FACILITY RENTALS

The John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center is perfect for your meetings, receptions, corporate parties, birthday parties, weddings, theatrical performances, and so much more! For more information, contact our General Manager at (407) 4471700 ext. 200 or rentals@orlandoshakes.org.

GROUP DISCOUNTS

Two is company. Three’s a crowd. Ten is a group! Groups of 10 or more enjoy deep discounts off the regular ticket price and may enhance their theater-going experience with backstage tours, pre-show receptions, or post-show discussions. It’s easy! Call our Group Sales Manager at (407) 447-1700 ext. 265 or email groupsales@orlandoshakes.org. Group tickets currently cannot be purchased online.

GIFT ADMISSIONS

The magic of live theater makes a wonderful gift for friends, clients, or loved ones. Gift admissions to Orlando Shakespeare Theater may be redeemed for tickets to any show in our Signature or Theater for Young Audiences Series.

GIFT SHOP

Our gift shop has an array of exclusive show merchandise, including posters, travel mugs, CDs, shirts, jewelry, and more. The gift shop is open one hour prior to performance and during intermission. Please stop by and take home a souvenir to remember your visit! Proceeds support Orlando Shakes programming.

WIFI

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ACCESSIBILITY SPECIAL NEEDS ACCESS

We are dedicated to making our performances and facilities accessible to all audiences. A limited number of wheelchair accessible seats are available for each performance. ADA seating is available online. For additional information or if you have questions regarding an accommodation, please call the Box Office at (407) 447-1700. TDD users may contact the Theater via the Florida Relay Center 711.

ASL INTERPRETED PERFORMANCE

Provided by Florida Hands & Voices ASL interpretation is offered during select Theater for Young Audience Performances for our patrons who are hard of hearing or deaf. There is no additional charge for this service.

HEARING ENHANCEMENT DEVICES

Hearing enhancement devices are available free of charge on a first come, first-served basis for all Signature Series and Theater for Young Audiences performances.

LARGE PRINT AND BRAILLE PROGRAMS

A limited number of large print and Braille programs are available free of charge at each Orlando Shakes performance.

OPEN CAPTIONED PERFORMANCES

Select Sunday matinee performances of all Signature Series plays will include open captioning for the hearingimpaired. Spoken dialogue scrolls across a digital screen as the action occurs live on stage, allowing patrons to follow the actors during the performance. The caption unit is visible to the entire audience but located in an unobtrusive location near the stage. There is no additional charge for this service. At the time of your ticket purchase, please inform the Box Office about any special needs so that we may ensure optimal seating locations.

John Herrera in Red (2012)

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IMPORTANT NOTES TO OUR PATRONS FEES AND EXCHANGES, CANCELLATIONS

Exchanges must be completed prior to the day of your originally scheduled performance by phone or in person. Single tickets can be exchanged for the same title only and may be subject to applicable fees. At this time, exchanges cannot be completed online. No refunds will be given.

LATE SEATING

Late seating will be at the House Manager’s discretion. As there are often many activities in Loch Haven Cultural Park, please allow plenty of time to park, pick up your tickets and find your seats. All shows begin promptly at the scheduled time.

FAMILIES WITH YOUNG CHILDREN

Children under the age of five will not be admitted to our Signature Series or Studio Series performances. PlayShop, a fun and artistic camp for children ages 5 to 12, is available on select Friday evenings for the duration of the performance (see page 18 for details). We encourage our younger patrons to attend our Theater for Young Audiences Series (TYA). If you have questions about suitability for older children, please call the Box Office or visit orlandoshakes.org.

DIRECTIONS

Coming from Daytona or Tampa on I-4: Take the Princeton Street Exit (Exit 85). Head East on Princeton Street. At the corner of Princeton and Mills (US Highway 17 / 92) turn Left. Go one block to East Rollins Street and turn Left. The entrance to the free parking area is at the first driveway on the Left.

PARKING

Limited free parking is available in Loch Haven Cultural Park; however, a simultaneous event in Loch Haven Park may create a parking challenge. If our lot is full, alternate parking may be available at the Orlando Repertory Theatre, the Orlando Science Center garage (daytime pay lot), the Florida Hospital Garage on Alden (pay lot), or along Mills Avenue. Please allow yourself a few minutes extra arrival time.

STAY CONNECTED

Find us on Facebook at facebook.com/orlandoshakes or follow us on Twitter @OrlandoShakes for news, exciting promotions, and special discounts. Receive regular email blasts containing information about productions, information about classes for adults, teens, and youth and special offers. Sign up at orlandoshakes.org. 24 INFORMATION | ORLANDOSHAKES.ORG | (407) 447-1700


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BOX OFFICE HOURS & CONTACT INFORMATION

John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803 email boxoffice@orlandoshakes.org online orlandoshakes.org

Noon – 5 p.m., Tuesdays – Saturdays Noon – Showtime on performance days Holiday hours may vary. Please call or visit the website to confirm.


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