Commonwealth Theatre Center welcomes educators, community stakeholders, and other leading voices in our community to join us on November 21 for a reception and complimentary ticket to a performance of ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD by Tom Stoppard, directed by Jennifer Pennington.
During the reception, Jennifer and CTC Artistic Director Charlie Sexton will kick things off with a few words about the show followed by updates about continuing initiatives across CTC’s range of programs.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21
- RECEPTION: 6:00, includes light fare and drinks
- SHOW: 7:30, free tickets for invitees with RSVP (Guests are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance)
- Reception and show will take place at Commonwealth Theatre Center, 1123 Payne St. 40204.
About the Play
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead
by Tom Stoppard, director Jennifer Pennington
In this groundbreaking tragicomedy by Tom Stoppard, two fringe characters from Hamlet find themselves pulled inexorably, absurdly, through the many plots and twists of the original tragedy. Entangled but disposable, questioning their luck and killing time, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are left between scenes wondering if there might have been a moment, after all, when everything could have gone differently.
ABOUT COMMONWEALTH THEATRE CENTER:
CTC, home to the Walden Theatre Conservatory and Blue Apple Outreach, is the region’s most comprehensive theatre training and arts education organization — serving 55,000+ youth and adults each year. Our mission is developing youth and our community through excellence in comprehensive theatre education and performance.
Visit www.CommonwealthTheatre.org for more info.