Troupe takes on rarely-produced tragedy
Shakespeare veteran Jim Helsinger directs the epic love story in July and August
The Shakespeare festival was nominated for outstanding actor in “Henry V,” supporting actor in “Much Ado About Nothing,” and costume design in “Wittenberg” and “Much Ado About Nothing.”
(Right: Benjamin Bonenfant in "Henry V." Photo by Jennifer M Koskinen.)
(Right: Emelie O'Hara and Lindsey Kyler as Dromia of Ephesus and Syracuse. Photo by Jennifer M Koskinen.)
By Deb Flomberg
Cross-disciplinary immersion program brings together faculty, staff and CSF veterans
Director Geoffrey Kent’s inventiveness and the answering playfulness of his cast combine to create a joyous, light-as-air celebration.
(Photo: Lindsey Kyler, left, and Carolyn Holding, right, as Dromia and Antiphola of Syracuse)
By Scott Rochat For the Camera
The Colorado Shakespeare Festival is poised to claim some very elite bragging rights.
Every day, 160,000 students miss school because of bullying. A group of Colorado Shakespeare Festival actors is working to change that.