August 15 - 24, 2004 – Moby Dick, Rehearsed by Orson Welles
A Shakespearean company who puts down their rehearsal sides of Lear and curiously take up those of a new play entitled Moby Dick. On the rehearsal stage of platforms, the teasers overhead suddenly become yardarms with sails and a tall ladder becomes a mast. The platforms become the decks of the ship on which the cast sails through the storms and tribulations of the Pequod hunting for Moby Dick.
YOUTH REPERTORY COMPANY
December 3 - 4, 2004 – Youth Rep Scene Study
April 4 - 8, 2005 – A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare
Presented by the Junior Repertory Company.
May 13 - 21, 2005 – The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare
A zany slapstick farce filled with mistaken identities, elaborate rhyming puns, and an unexpected twist of feminist strength, performed in traditional Italian Renaissance style. The Senior Repertory Company presents two Shakespeare classics in repertory.
May 14 - 22, 2005 – The Tempest by William Shakespeare
Magically weaving together drama, comedy, pageantry, and some of the Bard's most beloved poetry, The Tempest is a favorite among the classics. The Senior Repertory Company presents two Shakespeare classics in repertory.
GUEST ARTISTS & SPECIAL FEATURES
February 4 - 13, 2005 – Resurrection by Genevieve Aichele
"Resurrection" is a compelling theatrical experience that weaves together mythical and spiritual themes of death and rebirth, incorporating Shakespeare, music poetry and masterful storytelling. "Resurrection" draws the audience into Aichele's personal struggle with depression and grief, and the incredible quest she has made in search of enlightenment. It is at times shocking, belly-achingly funny, heart wrenching and inspiring; a story about human existence, transformation and redemption.