As You Like It: Shakespeare's Pastoral Comedy at Wortham Theatre
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The last date listed for As You Like It was Sunday April 28, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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Four high-school girlfriends promise they'll be in each other's weddings come hell or high water, but they have no idea they'll still be trudging down the aisle 30 years later. Written by Jamie Wooten (The Golden Girls), Jessie Jones and Nicholas Hope, the rollicking comedy Always a Bridesmaid takes its title seriously. The story centers around a quartet of Southern gal pals: Libby Ruth, a hopeless romantic, Deedra, who's just found out her husband has a wandering eye, tree-hugging Charlie, who panics when it's time for her own marriage, and high-spirited and self-involved Monette, who's tested her friends' patience with all-too-frequent trips to the altar. Learn More
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Good university-level production--very spare props and costumes, high-quality acting, although the speeches were a bit fast at times.
I'm a little upset at Goldstar because I paid $13.50 per person, but the tickets were "comped" to Goldstar!
Directed by Sara Becker
About the Ticket Supplier: University of Houston School of Theatre & Dance
The UH School of Theatre & Dance produces professional plays, dance concerts, studio productions, a new play festival, and school shows through the Theatre for Young Audiences program. Their mission is to educate and prepare students for successful and meaningful careers in theatre, dance and related professions. The school performs in the Wortham Theatre and the Quintero Theatre. The Houston Shakespeare Festival is a professional project of the school, which is produced each summer at Miller Outdoor Theatre. The UH School of Theatre & Dance offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in theater and teacher certifications in dance. Its graduate program consists of arts in theatre and masters of fine arts in theatre with specializations in acting, directing and design. Faculty includes Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Edward Albee, Tony Award-winning playwright Mark Medoff, Tony Award-winning producer Stuart Ostrow, Tony nominated designer Kevin Rigdon and veteran dramaturg Mark Bly. Among the greats who have taught at the school in previous years are Lanford Wilson, Sir Peter Hall and Jose Quintero.