From: August 04 2015 @ 6:30 pm
To: August 04 2015 @ 8:30 pm
WHERE: Mary Rippon Outdoor Theatre"I had rather hear my dog bark at a crow than a man swear he loves me." — Act 1, Scene 1 Directed by Jim Helsinger Romantic, raucous and razor-sharp, the Hamlet of Shakespeare comedies strikes hilarious chords even as it reveals timeless truths about love, change and acceptance. The men have returned victorious from war, but the merry sparring — and sparks — between Benedick the stubborn bachelor and self-assured Beatrice have just begun. A war of weapons followed by a witty war of words, Much Ado balances ingeniously on the knife edge between comedy and tragedy. Directed by Jim Helsinger, producing artistic director, Orlando Shakespeare Festival
From: August 05 2015 @ 12:00 am
To: August 09 2015 @ 11:59 pm
WHERE: Steamboat Springs, COThe 12th Annual Steamboat Wine Festival will be held on August 5-9, 2015. The festival offers a variety of experiences on the mountain, in restaurants, classrooms, and around town, which can increase your knowledge, and enjoyment of food and wine as well as the experiences Steamboat Springs has to offer. Website: http://steamboatwinefestival.com/
From: August 05 2015 @ 2:30 pm
To: August 05 2015 @ 4:30 pm
WHERE: University Theatre (Indoors)"We few, we happy few, we band of brothers." — Act 4, Scene 3 Directed by Carolyn Howarth England’s crown rests on the head of the once wild and undisciplined acolyte of Falstaff, Prince Hal, now a wise and noble monarch leading his country into war with France. Rousing and cinematic in scope, Henry V raises compelling questions about leadership in a troubled world that powerfully echoes our own. With this production, CSF completes the four-play Henriad history cycle begun in 2013. Directed by Carolyn Howarth, director of CSF’s critically acclaimed 2014 production of Henry IV, Part 1.
From: August 05 2015 @ 7:30 pm
To: August 05 2015 @ 9:30 pm
WHERE: University Theatre (Indoors)“The audience rose in a thunderous ovation, proving the experiment with original practices (a) success.” - Joseph F. Stephenson, Abilene Christian University, on 2014’s Henry IV, Part 2 Directed by Vanessa Morosco Back by popular demand, CSF presents two exclusive, “original practices” performances of Henry VI, Part 1, the rarely produced saga of Henry V’s son. Last seen onstage at CSF in 1967, the play features one of Shakespeare’s most intriguing females, Joan of Arc.