Krasl Art Center welcomes Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival

Krasl Art Center welcomes Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival this Friday

What play reopened Shakespeare’s theatre after a forced shutdown due to the plague? Arguably, it was All’s Well That Ends WellKrasl Art Center (KAC) welcomes the Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival (NDSF) Touring Company for a free outdoor performance of this classic comedy Friday, July 29 from 7:30 – 9:30 pm. Sprawl out on KAC’s Oval Lawn with a blanket or your favorite lawn chair and enjoy!

 

In the production, a brilliant young woman named Helena determines to chart her own life’s course, become a healer, and select the husband of her choosing. She follows her misguided man, Bertram, through what feels like a fairy tale with a modern twist, from France to Florence and back again.

 

With that much travel, it’s the perfect play to herald the return of NDSF’s Touring Company. All’s Well That Ends Well will bring an out-of-the-trunk, Shakespeare-in-the-Park energy to this comedy, with live music sung and performed by the cast.

 

CAST:

·     Jess Alexander: Lord 1 (Captain Dumaine)

·     Louis Arata: La Few

·     David Chudzynski: King

·     James Cullinane: Lord 2 (His brother)

·     Zach Harness: Bertram

·     Josie Mi: Widow

·     Tiana Mudzimurema: Diana

·     Gabe Ozaki: Parolles

·     Allison Pajor: Countess

·     Krosby Roza: Soldier 1 (Interpreter)

·     Rachel Thomas: Helen

 

Krasl Art Center will be selling water and be open for restroom use. Galleries and The Shop will be closed during this production. KAC public hours are Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday 11 am – 5 pm; Wednesday & Thursday 11 am – 8 pm.

 

About Krasl Art Center:

Krasl Art Center is a nonprofit art museum and learning center that enriches the lives of people living in or visiting Southwest Michigan by delivering enlightening art experiences through diverse education opportunities, meaningful events, and high quality exhibits and collections. KAC’s mission is to inspire meaningful change and strengthen community through the visual arts. To learn more, visit krasl.org.