Brown / Trinity Rep Presents

Brown/ Trinity Rep M.F.A. Program in Acting & Directing Presents:

William Shakespeare’s
The Winter’s Tale & The Taming of the Shrew

DATES: Sat., Nov 19th & Sun., Nov. 20th
TICKETS: $15 General Admission  |  $12 Students & Seniors

Learn more about the Brown/ Trinity Rep. M.F.A. Program here…

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19th, 7:00pm

The Winter’s Tale
Directed by Maricio Salgado
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The Winter’s Tale, Photo by Mark Turek


The Winters Tale on Saturday



Mauricio Salgado

With over nine years of experience planning and building arts education programs for diverse communities, Mauricio Salgado recently served the Director of Domestic Programs for Artists Striving to End Poverty (ASTEP), a nonprofit that provides arts education and empowerment programs for underserved youth. As a founding member of ASTEP, Mauricio recruited and trained volunteers to serve in ASTEP’s domestic programs and managed and evaluated partnerships while researching and developing new programs. Originally from Miami, Florida, Mauricio graduated with a BFA from The Juilliard School. Recent appearances include Michael Kahn’s production of Love’s Labours Lost with the Shakespeare Theatre Company, The Cenci at Ohio Theatre, the title role in the Kaai Theatre [Brussels] production of Philoctetes, and the premiere of Marco Ramirez’ Mermaids, Monsters and the World Painted Purple at the Kennedy Center. Mauricio has been invited by organizations around the world (the Dominican Republic, South Africa, Peru and India) to teach the ASTEP methodology. In March of 2009, he was presented with the prestigious Martin E Segal Award in recognition of his work with ASTEP.



SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20th, 5:00pm

The Taming of the Shrew
Directed by Kate Bergstrom

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The Taming of the Shrew, Photo by Mark Turek


The Taming of the Shrew on Sunday



Kate Bergstrom was recently head of Drama at Laguna Blanca School after teaching and running the feminist performance installation collective GSF in Los Angeles. A Santa Barbara native and graduate of UCLA’s School of Theatre, Film & Television. She also currently acts as Artistic Director of Stripped Scripts and Santa Barbara’s newest summer performance festival re-imagining gendered historical narratives: On the Verge. As an actor she has performed in everything from Medea with Annette Bening to installations such as Suzan-Lori Park’s 365 Plays/365 Days at Highways Performance Space.  Her teaching, performance art and directorial work has been seen at REDCAT, UCLA, The Series, Anatomy Riot, Plaza Playhouse, Sancho Gallery, cARTel’s “FORT,” BluePalm (through LAUSD) and more. www.katebergstrom.com

 

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