Posts Tagged ‘Baltimore Shakespeare Factory’
One of Shakespeare’s great tragedies, Romeo and Juliet, and one of his roaring comedies, The Merry Wives of Windsor, make up the BSF’s 2019 summer series. The directors are Anne Hammontree (R&J) and Tom Delise (Merry Wives).
Shakespeare’s late play, Cymbeline—set in ancient Britain—blends comedy, tragedy, romance, and adventure. Tom Delise is directing it for the Baltimore Shakespeare Factory.
For the first time in Baltimore since 1781, the Baltimore Shakespeare Factory will present Shakespeare’s rarely-performed thriller about a hapless king facing threats from outside and within. The BSF’s Founding Artistic Director is Tom Delise.
BSF is presenting Macbeth and King John for their 2018 summer season. Here is their founding artistic director, Tom Delise.
The Baltimore Shakespeare Factory is presenting Shakespeare’s tragedy Othello during the month of April. This is their annual original pronunciation production. Troy Jennings is playing the title role.
From now through November 19, Baltimore Shakespeare Factory is stepping away from the Bard for a bit to present The Sea Voyage, a comedy by John Fletcher and Philip Massinger. Recently, I spoke with director Ann Turiano about the show, which features warriors, pirates, castaways, and all manner of shenanigans. https://www.baltimoreshakespearefactory.org/
The Baltimore Shakespeare Factory’s summer productions are A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Love’s Labour’s Lost. BSF Founding Artistic Director, Tom Delise, came to talk about them.
The Baltimore Shakespeare Factory is presenting Antony and Cleopatra until the anniversary of the Bard’s birthday, April 23rd. BSF’s Education Director, Jonas Grey, came to talk about the production.
As we continue to honor Shakespeare on the 400th anniversary of his death, Booknotes caught up with the Baltimore Shakespeare Factory, whose mission it is to re-create, as closely as possible, the staging conditions of Shakespeare’s time. Here is the Founder and Artistic Director of BSF, Tom Delise.