The Jamestown Arts Center is thrilled to announce the continuation of our partnership with the Brown/Trinity Rep MFA Programs with this fourth annual presentation of two Shakespeare plays.
“Watch out he’s winding the watch of his wit, by and by it will strike.”
When a king and his party’s ship are destroyed in a tempest storm, they find themselves stranded on an island ruled by Prospero, a man they betrayed years ago. Prospero harnesses mystical powers and the supernatural to get revenge while his daughter falls in love with one of the shipwrecked men. One of Shakespeare’s last works, The Tempest is a love letter to comedy, magic, romance, and art.
$12 General Admission
Please note: No paper tickets issued. Please give your name at the door.
ONLINE TICKET SALES ARE NOW DISABLED. PLEASE PURCHASE TICKETS AT THE DOOR.
The Brown/Trinity Rep MFA Programs provide a three-year professional training program for eighteen students under the auspices of an Ivy League University and Rhode Island’s Tony Award-winning theater company. Brown University’s Department of Theatre, Speech and Dance is internationally recognized for the quality of its faculty and instruction. Trinity Rep, with its deep tradition of resident artists, provides powerful artistic assets and creates a firm foundation for a new generation of theater artists.
About the Director:
Kyle Vincent Terry was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in theatre performance from the University of Illinois and will complete his MFA studies as an actor in 2016 at the Brown University/Trinity Rep conservatory. His favorite directing/producing/writing credits include TheMASSIVE’s Faust and Macbeth. Favorite acting credits include Robin Hood at the Williamstown Theatre Festival and the internationally touring educational show, Sex Signals. He has worked as a professional actor, dancer, choreographer, designer, illustrator, and director, and served previously as an Artistic Director of Chicago Dance Crash and currently for TheMASSIVE. This summer, he will be in the featured ensemble at the Chautauqua Institute in Chautauqua, NY. He has been to Iraq twice, was an All-American Cheerleader, a break-dancer, has spent the night in 48 states and 12 countries and loves drawing superheroes. His aesthetic is intensely cross-disciplinary, drawing on all aspects of the arts to captivate an audience.