UPDATE: Due to the Dunmore Buck’s recent win on the football field, the performance schedule for As You Like It has been adjusted.
Shows will now only take place on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (November 14th, 15th and 16th) at 7PM.
There will be no matinee or evening performance on Saturday, November 17th.
Shakespeare’s comedy of love and laughter comes to the Dunmore High School auditorium stage later this month.
The Crimson Company will present As You Like It on November 14, 15, 16 and 17. Curtain rises at 7 p.m. sharp each evening. On Saturday, November 17th, the cast and crew will also take the stage for a 1 p.m. matinee.
Tickets cost $10.00 for adults, $8.00 for students and seniors, and $5.00 for children under the age of five.
Forced into exile in the Forest of Arden, Rosalind and Orlando become entangled in a beguiling game of love and mistaken identity that turns traditional rules of romance upside down. Disguises and secrets get in the way of true love and result in hilarious love triangles that only a ‘magical transformation’ can fix.
A firm favorite among Shakespeare’s comedies, As You Like It has some of the bard’s best loved characters, pastoral romance, love notes, music, satire, slapstick, passion and even the famous “All the World’s a Stage” soliloquy.
This will be the final fall Crimson Company production under the direction of Brian McGurl.
Brian, an 7th grade geography teacher, will retire as both an educator and Crimson Company director at the end of this school year.
He and his wife Dawn have spearheaded the high school drama club since 2005.
Brian and Dawn will take their final bow following the run of the Crimson Company’s spring production, “Beehive: The 60’s Musical.”
Members of the cast for As You Like It are as follows: Kaitlin Ahern, Ben Amaya, Matthew Behler, Patrick Burke, Lily Conboy, Ariana Costanzi, Colby DeSando, Madison Eagen, Raj Gandhi, Ian Gratkowski, Sam Hanna, Louis Hanni, Julia Ingargiola, Brigid King, Ally McNeff, Jake McNeff, Julia Pasko, Bell Pendon, Marquette Pendon and Isabella Stanco.
Stage managers for this production are Spencer Asman and Max Burke.