Friends, Romans (Lancastrians), and Countrymen, lend me your ears!
Our next mainstage production is a reimagining of The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, directed by Laura Korach Howell. This iconic play explores the age-old themes of power, patriotism, envy, and greed.
When the mighty Roman leader, Julia Caesar, is assassinated, high hopes for the Roman Empire collide with the questionable intentions of her killers. And as Marc Antony says, “Let slip the dogs of war,” chaos ensues.
See you next summer!
Thank you to our wonderful audiences for Much Ado About Nothing at LancasterHistory! We were so thrilled to offer outdoor summer Shakespeare once again. We’ll be back next year!
Another summer of Camp Will is underway!
Sadly, we’ve had to cancel the “Laughter!” and “Mask Workshop” Camp Will 2 Intensives in July. HOWEVER, we can’t wait to see what our young actors create during “Play-in-a-Week” with Kristin Wolanin, from August 1st-5th.
October 29-31 & Nov. 5-7: PREMIERE of Witch….Love, Loss and the Mystery – by Executive Artistic Director, Laura Korach Howell; co-directed with Sena Taskapilioglu. Performances were staged in the barn at Historic Rock Ford.
February 23, 2022: Third Annual ShakesPeers High School Festival at The Ware Center.
February 24, 2022: The Tragedy of Macbeth – a private showing of Joel Coen’s new film at Penn Cinema.
NEW DATES! June 14-19, 2022: Our summer production of Much Ado About Nothing will be performed on the campus of LancasterHistory.
June & August, 2022: Our ever-popular summer program, Camp Will, returns for grades 6-12 (see flier & registration links above).
NEW DATES! August 3-6, 2022: Our “winter” production, Juli(a) Caesar, has been moved due to health & safety concerns. The production will be performed at The Ware Center, downtown Lancaster.