Come fall in love with Cymbeline | 3 performances added

by Christi Rutledge

One of the last plays Shakespeare penned before his passing was Cymbeline, a stunning romance filled with dense, rich language and seemingly impossible twists of fate. It has a little bit of everything in it— love, war, dreams, betrayal and, most enchantingly, resolution and forgiveness. There is something magical about the final works of a playwright, and Shakespeare certainly gave us magic in Cymbeline, which feels beautifully personal.

In case you haven’t had a chance to see Cymbeline yet, here’s a sneak peek:

This production, helmed by our General Director and Artistic Director designate, Antoni Cimolino, has captivated audiences since it began previews. Critics, Shakespeare lovers and newbies have all raved about it. Most recently, New York Times theatre critic Charles Isherwood wrote this glowing review of our Shakespeare productions, including Cymbeline.

Come and escape into a Shakespearean dream with us! Cymbeline is a gorgeous play that should not be missed – especially when the cast features Cara Ricketts, Graham Abbey, Tom McCamus, Geraint Wyn Davies, Nigel Bennett, IanLake, Yanna McIntosh, Mike Shara, E.B. Smith, Brian Tree and John Vickery.

Because most performances are sold out or nearly sold out, we’ve added three more shows to Cymbeline’s run: October 3 at 2:00 p.m., October 5 at 2:00 p.m. and October 6 at 8:00 p.m. These seats won’t last, so book yours now to experience this spectacular production!

Photo credits: Foreground: Yanna McIntosh as the Queen, Geraint Wyn Davies (centre) as Cymbeline and Mike Shara as Cloten with Brad Hodder and Naomi Wright (background) in Cymbeline. Photo by David Hou.

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